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|1.ray||2:03pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010|
|waatch it ive purchased two different base units,,,I,d recommend pluging in the base into a surge protector,,,we,ve killed 2 bases,,.|
|KingSkippus||3:17am on Saturday, August 28th, 2010|
|Ability to add additional phones to system without need for x-tra jacks. Pricey & Normal size keypad. Pricey. Like that orange lcd,small/compact,well made-feels solid,2-way walky function,PRICE Very.|
|linkworld||2:26am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|This is a great set of phones, with lots of features for such a reasonable price. CallerID, lots of ringtones.|
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE 1 WELCOME/FEATURES/TERMINOLOGY 6 CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS 8 DISPLAY AND ICONS 10 GETTING STARTED 11 Setting up the Phone 11 Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall 16 About the Menu Options 18 Setting Up the Menu 22 BASICS 30 Making and Receiving Calls 30 Placing a Call on Hold 31 Redialing a Call 32 Adjusting the Handset Ringer, Earpiece and Speaker Volume 33 Do Not Disturb (DND) 33 Mute Microphone 34 Tone Dialing Switch-over 34 Traveling Out-of-Range 34 Clarity Booster 35 Privacy Mode 35 Intercom/Call Transfer Feature 35 3-Way Conferencing 36 Flash and Call Waiting 36 New Message LED 36 PHONEBOOK 37 Phonebook 37 Storing Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed Dial 37 Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters 39 Viewing the Phonebook 41 Making Calls Using the Phonebook 42 Speed Dialing 42 Editing or Erasing a Stored Name, Phone Number, Distinctive Ring, and Speed Dial 43 Chain Dialing 44 www.uniden.com CALLER ID Caller ID and CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting) Viewing the Caller ID List Deleting a Caller ID Message Using the Caller ID Message List Call Waiting Deluxe Features THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE The Integrated Answering Device Turning the Answering System On/Off Setting Up your Answering System Using your Answering System Remote Operation EXPANDING YOUR PHONE Expanding Your Phone Connecting the Charger Register the Handset to the Base Using the DirectLink Mode Room Monitor 4-Way Conferencing Intercom/Call Transfer Feature Replacing the Base ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Changing the Digital Security Code Installing the Beltclip Headset Installation Note on Power Sources Maintenance General Information TROUBLESHOOTING Liquid Damage PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY I.C. NOTICE INDEX MEMORY LIST REMOTE OPERATION CARD 83 
Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden Multi-Handset Cordless System telephone. This unit is different from conventional cordless telephones. When the base unit is connected to AC power and a telephone line, it can support up to 4 handsets. Using extra handsets, you can establish a 4-way conference call (2 handsets - Base Speaker Phone - an outside line). Additionally, with 4-way conference using 2 handsets, another 2 handsets can establish an intercom call. You can now place a fully featured cordless handset anywhere in your home or office where AC power is available to connect the handset chargers. Note: Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit for explanation purposes. As an Energy Star Partner, Uniden has determined that this product or product models meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency. Energy Star is a U.S. registered mark. Note: Energy Star applies to DCT648 only. 2.4GHz Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Integrated Answering Device Trilingual Voice Prompts (English, French, Spanish) 4 Multi-Handset Expandability Hands Free Speaker Phone at Handset and Base Caller ID/Caller ID on Call Waiting Call Waiting Deluxe 100 Dynamic Memory Location (Phonebook & Caller ID) Trilingual Handset Display Menus (English, French, and Spanish) Intercom/Call Transfer between Handsets 20 Distinctive Ring Options (10 ringer tones and 10 melody ringers) Mute Feature DND Feature (Do Not Disturb) 88 Channel Auto Scan DirectLink Mode Room Monitoring Feature Battery Level Indicator Clock Display
This series features include AutoTalk and AutoStandby. AutoTalk allows you to answer a call by just removing the handset from the cradle so you don't have to waste time pushing buttons. AutoStandby allows you to hang up by simply returning the handset to the cradle. To protect you against mis-billed calls, which might result from your phone being activated by other equipment, this series has Random Code digital security, which automatically selects one of over approx. 130,000 digital security codes for the handset and base. Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology improves calling range and clarity, and eliminates cross talk. Because it rapidly changes transmission frequencies within the 2.4GHz bandwidth, this cordless phone helps reduce the possibility of eavesdropping. DirectLink mode is used when you have 2 or more handsets. You can use your handsets as transceivers. Be sure to visit our web site: www.uniden.com Uniden is a registered trademark of Uniden America Corporation. AutoTalk, AutoStandby, DirectLink, and Random Code are trademarks of Uniden America.
Standby Mode - The handset is not in use and talk/flash has not been pressed. Talk Mode The handset is not in the cradle and talk/flash or speaker has been pressed enabling a dial tone. Ta l k appears on the display.
Controls & Functions
Handset Remote Operation (P. 63) (Review ITAD messages from handset)
Select/ Play Key Skip Key Stop Key Key
1. Handset Antenna 2. Headset Jack Cover 3. Beltclip Hole 4. Hands-Free Speaker 5. Handset Battery Compartment 6. New Message LED 7. Handset Earpiece 8. LCD Display 9. Menu/del (delete) Key (P. 22 / P. 32, 43, 47) 10. (ring)/vol (volume) and / (P. 33 / P. 22) a. ringer and volume control b. scroll keys for display screen 11. */tone/ Key (P. 34 / P. 40) 12. redial/pause Key (P. 32/ P. 30) 13. speaker Key (P. 30) 14.Select/ (Handset Remote) Key (P. 22 / P. 63) 15.Call id (Caller ID) key (P. 46) 16.Talk/flash Key (P. 30 / P. 36) 17.End Key (P. 30) 18.#/ Key (P. 30 / P. 39) 19. (Phonebook) Key (P. 37) 20.Hold/transfer/int'com (Intercom) Key (P. 31 / P. 69 / P. 68) 21.Handset Microphone 22.Handset Charging Contacts
Even when the battery pack is not being used, it will gradually discharge over a long period of time. For optimum performance, be sure to return the handset to the base unit after a telephone call. Standby Mode The handset is not in use and talk/flash has not been pressed. Talk Mode The handset is not in the cradle and talk/ flash or speaker has been pressed enabling a dial tone. Ta l k appears on the display.
Cleaning the battery charging contacts
To maintain a good charge, it is important to clean the charging contacts on both the handset and the base unit once a month. Using water only, dampen a cloth to clean the charging contacts. Then make sure to go back over the charging contacts with a dry cloth before returning the handset to the base to charge. Caution: Do not use paint thinner, benzene, alcohol, or other chemical products. Doing so may discolor the surface of the telephone and damage the finish.
GETTING STARTED 
C. Connect the base unit
Use only the supplied [AD-830] AC adapter. Do not use any other AC adapter. Place the power cord so that it does not create a trip hazard or where it could become chafed and create a fire or electrical hazard.
1) Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 9V jack and to a standard 120V AC wall outlet.
2) Set the base on a desk or tabletop, and place the handset in the base unit. 3) Raise the antenna to a vertical position. 4) Make sure that the charge LED illuminates. If the LED does not illuminate, check to see that the AC adapter is plugged in and the handset makes good contact with the base charging contacts.
Connect the AC adapter to a continuous power supply. Place the base unit close to the AC outlet so that you can unplug the AC adapter easily.
After installing the battery pack in the handset, charge your handset at least 15-20 hours before plugging into the phone line. 5) Once the handset battery pack is fully charged, connect the telephone line cord to the TEL LINE jack and to a telephone outlet. If your telephone outlet isn't modular, contact your telephone company for assistance.
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D. Choose the dialing mode
Most phone systems use tone dialing, which sends DTMF tones through the phone lines. However some phone systems still use pulse dialing such as in rural areas. The default setting is tone dialing. Depending on your dialing system, set the dial mode. To set the dial mode, see Setting the Dial Mode on page 28. If you are not sure of your dialing system, set the unit to tone dialing. Make a trial call. If the call connects, leave the setting as is, otherwise set the unit to pulse dialing. If your phone system requires pulse dialing and you need to send DTMF tones in certain situations during a call, you may Switch Over to tone dialing (refer to Tone Dialing Switch-over on page 34).
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This main menu option allows you to set up TAD settings from your handset. You can also set these submenu options from the base (see page 53).
Submenu option Security Code Description Select a two-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) code. A PIN code is required to play your messages from a remote location, you will need to enter a two-digit PIN code (see page 25). Allows you to set the number of rings the caller hears before your answering system plays the outgoing message. You can set the ring time to answer after two, four, or six rings. Setting "TS" (Toll Saver), the answering system picks up after two rings if you have new messages, and after four rings if there are none (see page 26). Set the duration for recording the incoming messages. You have three record time options. The options "1 minute" or "4 minutes" set the duration for recording the incoming messages. "Announce only" answers the call with the preset greeting or your personal greeting but prevents the caller from leaving a message (see page 26). Lets you know when you have a new incoming message by sounding a short alert tone (see page 26). Select the Language of your answering system announcements from English, French, or Spanish (see page 26). Allows you to screen an incoming call before answer the call. Set the callscreening feature to On or Off (see page 27).
Message Alert Language Call Screen
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If you change one of the Global settings, you change the setting for all additional handsets. Only one handset can change Global settings at a time.
Submenu option Day & time CIDCW (Default is CW on/ CWDX off) Description Set the day and time of your display (see page 27). Set the Caller ID on Call Waiting (CIDCW) setting. CIDCW performs the same as regular Caller ID on a call waiting number (see page 27). Call Waiting Deluxe allows you to handle call waiting calls in seven different ways (see page 49). Store or edit the area code. If you enter a 3-digit area code number in the "Area Code" option, your local area code does not appear in the Caller ID message. For calls received from outside your local area code, you will see a full 10-digit number (see page 28). Note: If your calling area requires 10-digit dialing, do not program this option. Set the dial mode to tone or pulse (see page 28). Most phone systems use tone dialing, which sends DTMF tone through phone line, the default setting is tone dialing. Depends on your dialing system, set the dial mode. Allow you to transfer the phonebook data stored in one handset to another handset (see page 28).
Setting the Message Alert On or Off
1) Enter the Answ. Setup menu, and then the Message Alert submenu (see Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to select O n or O f f. 3) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting the Language of your Answering System
1) Enter the Answ. Setup menu, and then the Language submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to choose E ng l is h , (French), or (Spanish). 3) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
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Setting the Call Screen
1) Enter the Answ. Setup menu, and then the Call Screen submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to select O n or Of f. 3) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting Day and Time
1) Enter the Global Setup menu, and then the Day & Time submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to select the day of the week, and then press select/. 3) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to set hour, and then press select/. 4) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to set minute and then press select/. 5) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to choose A M or P M and then press select/ You will hear a confirmation tone.
When a Global setting is changed from one handset, this affects all registered handsets.
Setting CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting)
1) Enter the Global Setup menu, and then the CIDCW submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to select C W On /CW DX O n , C W O n /C WD X O f f , or C W O f f /CW D X O ff and then press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
You can set the clock either by the handset or base (see Setting the Time on page 54). For setting the day and time, the idle time-out is extended to 2 minutes.
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Setting the Area Code
When the area code has already been stored in memory, the stored area code will be displayed. To change it, use menu/del and number keys to enter the new area code. If you receive a call or setup the Global Setup menu, the transfer will be canceled. If an error occurs, the phonebook locations transferred before the error were stored in the receiving handset.
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1) Enter the Global Setup menu, and then the Area Code submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 22). 2) Press the number keypad (0-9) to enter a 3-digit area code. 3) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
DND allows you to mute the ringer of the handset and the base at once. Additionally, if you have more than one handset, ringer for all handsets will be muted. To do this, In the standby mode, press and hold do not disturb on the base. You will hear a confirmation tone and the DND LED right. To cancel ringer mute, press do not disturb again. You can also mute the ringer tone while the phone is ringing by pressing do not disturb on the base. To mute the ringer tone for each handset or the base temporarily, when the phone is ringing: - Press end on a handset, or - Press play/stop on the base. The ringer tone will return to the previous setting starting with the next incoming call.
With the handset
You can temporarily turn Off the microphone so that the person you are talking with cannot hear you. 1)Press menu/del during talk mode (while phone is in use). 2)Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to move the pointer to M ut e and then select/. M ute O n and appear in the display. To cancel muting, repeat above step again when Mute is set to on, Mu te Of f appears.
With the base
The tone feature only applies when the dial mode is set to pulse. This special number can be stored in a memory location. This is referred to as Chain Dialing (see page 44).
While using the base speakerphone, press mute on the base to turn Off the microphone. Press mute again or press (speaker) to cancel muting.
Tone Dialing Switch-over
Some telephone companies use equipment that requires pulse dialing (sometimes referred to as rotary dialing). If you need to enter tone dialing digits, you can switch-over to tone dialing during the call. This feature is useful when you need tone dialing to use automated systems, for example, entering your bank account number after you have called your bank. Initially make your call with the pulse dialing mode. Once your call connects, press */tone/. Enter the desired number. These digits will be sent as tone dialing. Once the call ends, the tone mode is canceled and pulse dialing mode resumes.
During a call, don't press end or the call will be disconnected.
Making Calls Using the Phonebook
From Standby Mode
1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the phonebook location to dial (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 41). 2) Press talk/flash or speaker. The displayed number is dialed. 3) To hang up press end.
From Talk Mode
1) 2) 3) 4) Press talk/flash or speaker. View the phonebook location to dial (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 41). Press select/. The number in the displayed phonebook location is dialed. To hang up press end.
If you store a phone number in a speed dial memory location (10 locations: SPD1 - SPD0), you can use the speed dialing feature. When the phone is in standby mode, press and hold a number key (0-9) associated with the speed dial until the phone number appears and then press talk/flash or speaker. The number stored in the speed dial (SPD1 - SPD0) is dialed.
Editing or Erasing a Stored Name, Phone Number, Distinctive Ring, and Speed Dial
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook. 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/, or the number keypad to view the phonebook locations (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 41). a. Editing the Stored Data 1) When the phonebook location to be edited appears, press select/. S to re / Ed i t N am e appears. 2) Follow the steps 3 to 7 under "Storing Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed Dial" on page 37-38 to complete the editing operation. 3) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone. b. Deleting the Stored Data 1) When the phonebook location to be deleted appears, press menu/del. D e le t e M em or y ? appears. 2) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to move the pointer to Y e s. 3) Press select/. You hear a confirmation tone. D e le t ed ! appears in the display.
The memory locations in the handset are not limited to phone numbers. You can also store a group of numbers (up to 20 digits), that you need to enter once your call connects. This is referred to as Chain Dialing. An example of this is a bank account number. Store the account or special number in one of the phonebook locations. (Refer to "Storing Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial" on page 37). When you call your bank, and you are prompted to enter the account number, scroll through your phonebook locations until you find your account or special number, and then press select/.
Ta l k.
The number of calls from the same Caller ID appears next to the received time. Once you view the new message, the number will be cleared and disappear.
Viewing the Caller ID List
The Caller ID list stores information for incoming calls - even unanswered calls. You can store 100 of the Caller ID messages and Phonebook locations (including SpeedDials) in total. You can view the Caller ID list during a call or when the phone is in standby mode. 1) Press call id. The summary screen appears. The screen shows the number of new messages and total messages. 2) To view the Caller ID messages in historical order (from new to old or from old to new), repeatedly press ring/vol/ to scroll through the messages from the latest to the earliest, or ring/vol/ to scroll back through the messages. To view the Caller ID messages with alphabetical search, press the number key pad (2-9 and 0) with the letter associated with the first letter of the desired message. Once you view the Caller ID list with alphabetical search, you cannot switch back to historical order (from new to old or from old to new) unless you exit and re-enter the operation.
3) To finish the viewing operation, press end (or call/id during a call).
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Deleting a Caller ID Message
Deleting Information from the Caller ID List
1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the Caller ID information to be deleted (see "Viewing the Caller ID List" on page 46). 2) Press menu/del. De l et e C al l er ID appears. 3) Press ring/vol/ or ring/vol/ to choose Y es. 4) Press select/. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Once the Caller ID data has been deleted, the information cannot be retrieved. Standby Mode The handset is not in use and talk/flash has not been pressed. Talk Mode The handset is not in the cradle and talk/ flash or speaker has been pressed enabling a dial tone. Ta l k appears on the display.
Deleting all Caller ID names/numbers
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press call id.
Turning the Answering System On/Off
1) To turn the answering system On, press ans on/off in standby mode. After the announcement "Answering System is on", the current greeting message will be played and you will hear a confirmation tone. The message counter displays the number of messages stored in memory. If the display flashes, then there are new messages waiting for you. 2) To turn the answering system Off, press ans on/off. After the announcement "Answering System is off", the message counter display will no longer be illuminated.
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Setting up your Answering System
When the answering system is full, FL appears on the base. You should delete some messages so that the system can record new messages. Position yourself as near to the base as possible and speak clearly when recording your outgoing message. If you make an outside call, or a call is received on the base during the operation, the operation is canceled.
Setting your outgoing message (Greeting)
When you receive a call, the answering system automatically plays either the pre-recorded message or your own personal message (greeting).
The following message is pre-recorded: "Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please leave a message after the tone."
Recording a personal outgoing message (Greeting)
You can record a greeting up to 30 seconds long (must be more than 2 seconds long). 1) When the phone is in the standby mode, press and hold greeting. 2) Start your recording after the announcement "Record greeting". The message counter displays "- -", then begins to count down. 3) When you have finished recording your greeting, press greeting, SET, or play/stop. You will hear a confirmation tone and your recorded greeting plays back for you.
Choosing between the two outgoing messages
When the phone is in standby mode, press greeting. Press greeting again when the outgoing message is played. Each time greeting is pressed, the outgoing message is switched between the pre-recorded and the personal outgoing message.
Deleting an outgoing message
To delete the personal outgoing message, press delete while the message is playing. The system announces "Greeting has been deleted".
Setting a PIN code
To play your messages from a remote location, you will need to enter a two-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) code ( - - ). To select a PIN code, perform the following steps: 1) Press clock/MENU twice. The current PIN code appears on the base and it is announced. 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT until the desired number appears. Press and hold skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT to quickly scroll through the numbers on the display. 3) Press SET to select the PIN code. A confirmation tone sounds, the system announces the new PIN code.
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Setting the ring time
The ring time setting allows you to set the number of rings the caller hears before your answering system plays the outgoing message. You can set the ring time to answer after two, four, or six rings. Setting "TS" (Toll Saver), the answering system picks up after two rings if you have new messages, and after four rings if there are none. This way, if you make a long distance call to check your messages, you can hang up after the second ring to avoid billing charges. 1) Press clock/MENU three times. The current ring time setting (2, 4, 6, (Toll saver)) appears on the base and it is announced. 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT until the desired ring time appears. 3) Press SET to select the new ring time. A confirmation tone sounds, the system announces the new ring time.
Selecting the message record time
You have three record time options. The options "1 minute" or "4 minutes" set the duration for recording the incoming messages. "Announce only" answers the call with the preset greeting or your personal greeting but prevents the caller from leaving a message. 1) Press clock/MENU four times. The current recording time (1 minute, 4 minutes, A (Announce only)) appears on the base and it is announced. 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT until the desired message record time appears. 3) Press SET to select the new recording time. A confirmation tone sounds, the system announces the new record time.
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Announce only feature
The Announce only feature plays a pre-recorded outgoing message or your own personal outgoing message, but it will not allow the caller to leave a message. To set "Announce only", follow the steps on page 55. To choose between the pre-recorded message or your own personal greeting, press greeting, when the outgoing message is played. Press greeting to select the greeting of your choice. If you want to use your own greeting, you may want to change your greeting to omit the prompt to leave a message. Refer to "Recording a Personal outgoing message (Greeting)" on page 52.
The following message is pre-recorded: "Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please call again."
Setting the message alert
Message Alert feature lets you know when you have a new incoming message by sounding a short alert tone. If you set the Message Alert On, and when a new message is received, the alert tone will sound every 15 seconds. Set the Message Alert to On or Off by using clock/MENU. 1) Press clock/MENU five times. The current setting (On or Off) appears on the base and it is announced. 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT to choose or O F.
3) Press SET. A confirmation tone sounds, the system announces the current setting you have selected. When the first new message is received, the alert tone will begin to sound.
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Turning the message alert tone Off by pressing any key
To quickly turn Message Alert tone to Off, press any key on the base unit and the tone will automatically deactivate.
Turning the message alert tone Off when you are away from your phone
When all new messages are played back using the remote playback feature (see pages 62) the Message Alert tone will automatically deactivate. The tone will not deactivate until all new messages are played back.
Selecting the language
You can select the Language of your answering system announcements to English, French, or Spanish. 1) Press clock/MENU six times. The current setting ("E" English, "F" French, or "S " Spanish) appears on the base, and it is announced ("English" English, "Franais" French, or "Espaol" Spanish). 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT to select the language. 3) Press SET. A confirmation tone sounds, the system announces the new setting in the selected language.
If you set the call screen to off, you can not screen a call. If you press talk/ flash, call screen will be canceled and the handset is put in talk mode. If you press
Setting the call screen
You can screen calls when the Call Screen function is set to On. 1) Press clock/MENU seven times. The current Call Screen setting (On or Off) appears on the base. 2) Press skip/SELECT or repeat/SELECT to choose or O F. 3) Press SET. A confirmation tone sounds, and the system announces the new setting.
while another handset is screening a call, you will hear a beep and you can not screen a call.
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Screening a call
From the base
To screen an incoming call, do the steps as follows: 1) After the answering system answers, the base speaker will let you hear the calls as the machine records the message. To adjust the volume, press ring/volume/ or ring/volume/. If you set the answering system to Off, you cannot screen a call. To mute the call screen, press play/stop when the system is answering. 2) To answer the call, press (speaker) or pick up the handset from the base (when AutoTalk is set to On). If the handset is away from the base, press talk/flash, speaker or any number key, or #/ (when */tone/,automatically. Any Key Answer is set to On). The answering system will disconnect
From the handset
1) Press select/ when the system is answering. To mute the call screen, press end when the system is answering. 2) To answer the call, press talk/flash, otherwise press end to cancel the call screen and the system return to standby mode.
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Using your Answering System
The message counter displays the number of messages stored in memory. If the display flashes, then there are new messages waiting for you. The answering system is designed to play your new messages first. After you play all your new messages, you can then play your old messages.
Playing your messages
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press play/stop. The system announces the number of new and old messages while the message counter displays only the number of new messages. The time and day that each message was received is announced after the message is played. The message counter will then display the number of current stored messages. 2) When all new messages have been played, you hear a confirmation tone and the system announces "End of messages." The system returns to standby. After you have reviewed your new messages, you can play your old messages by again pressing. Once you have listened to a new message, it then becomes an old message. The old messages will be played in the order in which they were received.
Repeating a message
1) Press play/stop to review your messages. The number of stored messages is announced. 2) To repeat the current message, press repeat/SELECT after a few seconds of beginning the message. To quickly scroll backwards through a message, press and hold repeat/SELECT. To repeat the previous message, press repeat/SELECT within a few seconds (about 4 seconds during remote operation) after a message begins playing. If you have several messages, press repeat/SELECT repeatedly until you return to the message you want to replay. If the current message is the first new message, the system plays back from the beginning of the current message (it does not go back into the old message group). 3) Press play/stop at any time to stop reviewing messages and return to standby. The message counter shows the number of messages stored in memory.
Radio interference may occasionally cause buzzing and humming in your cordless handset, or clicking noises in the base. This interference is caused by external sources such as TV, refrigerator, vacuum cleaner, fluorescent lighting, or electrical storm. Your unit is NOT DEFECTIVE. If these noises continue and are too distracting, please check around your home to see what appliances may be causing the problem. In addition, we recommend that the base not be plugged into a circuit that also powers a major appliance because of the potential for interference. Be certain that the antenna on the unit is fully extended when needed. In the unlikely event that you consistently hear other voices or distracting transmissions on your phone, you may be receiving radio signals from another cordless telephone or other source of interference. If you cannot eliminate this type of interference, you need to change to a different channel. Finally, it should be noted that some cordless telephones operate at frequencies that may cause interference to nearby TVs and VCRs. To minimize or prevent such interference, the base of the cordless telephone should not be placed near or on top of a TV or VCR. If interference is experienced, moving the cordless telephone farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or eliminate the interference.
Telephone Line Outlets
There are two types of phone outlets: Modular Jack Most phone equipment available now uses modular jacks. Phone cords are fitted with a molded plastic connector which plugs into this type of jack. If you do not have modular phone jacks, contact your local telephone company for information about their installation. Hardwired Jack Some equipment is wired directly to a phone jack, and these types of installations require a modular jack converter. This type of installation is not difficult; however, you should contact your Uniden telephone dealer or a telephone supply store for advice about the proper adapter or converter for your particular situation.
Connecting the Telephone Cords
Consider these safety guidelines before connecting the telephone cords: Caution! Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
More than One Cordless Telephone
If you want to use more than one cordless telephone in your home, they must operate on different channels. Press the channel key to select a channel that provides the clearest communication.
Applying Power to the Base
This phone requires an AC outlet, without a switch to interrupt power, and the included AC adapter. To relieve strain on the DC plug when the phone is placed on a desk or table, wrap the power cord around the strain relief notch on the bottom of the base. NOTE: Place the power cord so that it does not create a trip hazard, or where it could become chafed and create a fire or other electrical hazards.
Uniden is creating a World Without Wires. Which means that Uniden is building products that give its customers more freedom to enjoy life, solve problems and always stay connected with others. From cordless phones to two-way radios to radar detectors, the company makes electronic wonders an everyday occurrence. As one of the world's largest manufacturers of cordless phones and consumer communications devices, chances are there's a Uniden product that's already making things more convenient in and around your home. PRODUCT FEATURES: 2.4GHz Digital Expandable; 4 Handset Maximum Expandability; 2 Caller ID Handsets Included with Extra Charging Cradle; Caller ID/Call Waiting; Digital Answering System.
|Product Type||Cordless phone w/ call waiting caller ID & answering system|
|Additional Handsets Qty||1|
|Transmission Band||2.4 GHz|
|Max Handsets Supported||4|
|Multi-Handset Configuration||Phonebook transfer|
|Conference Call Capability||4-way|
|Function Buttons||Mute button, hold button|
|Additional Features||Outside line remote, Babyphone (room monitoring)|
|Phone Directory Capacity||100 names & numbers|
|Dialed Calls Memory||3|
|Answering System Type||Digital|
|Recording Capacity||12 min|
|Memo Record Function||Yes|
|Message Counter Display||Yes|
|Type||LCD display - monochrome|
|Display Languages||English, French, Spanish|
|Connections||1 x headset jack|
|Placing / Mounting||Wall-mountable, table-top|
|Included Accessories||Belt clip|
|Type||Phone charging stand + power adapter - external|
|Battery||1 x battery|
|Technology||Rechargeable - nickel metal hydride|
|Audible Battery Alert||Yes|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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