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Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
dzrtrat67 12:30am on Saturday, August 28th, 2010 
Not wonderful I am just about to junk this phone and am searching for another. Is really is quite ugly.. but then most phones are.
RoryODriscoll 6:59am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 
Not wonderful I am just about to junk this phone and am searching for another. Is really is quite ugly.. but then most phones are.
Yves M 8:10am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
Its a nice solid phone with clear buttons and handy functions.Good value. The only downsied is the liquid crystal display. The contrast is adjustable,...

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One Touch Memory Buttons
- Press to delete the - Press to call numbers displayed Caller display, stored on One Touch Memory. Phonebook, or Outgoing call record. RINGER light - Lights up when receiving a call.

DELETE Button

STORE Button
- Press to store phone numbers in memory.

PHONEBOOK Button

- Press to access the Phonebook records.

IN USE light

DIAL Button
- Lights up when the Handset or Speakerphone is in use. - Flashes when you have new Caller Display records.
- Press to dial out the displayed record.

NEW CALL light

M1 US E M3 M2 ST OR E DE LE RE CA LL TE

UP-DOWN (CDS) Button

- Press to access the Caller display records and scrolls through them. Press to scroll through the lists and options.
- Press to enter Options Menu to set the Date, Time, Screen Contrast and other phone settings.

MENU Button

(SPEAKERPHONE Button)
SPEAKER Volume switch RECALL/ESC Button
- Press to make, answer or end a call using the speakerphone.
- Used to adjust the volume level of the Speakerphone.
RD (REDIAL)/ P(PAUSE) Button
- During programming, press to return to standby mode. Press if you use BT's BT Calling Features.
Important: - When the instruction simply say 'press' a button, this means you should press it briefly then release it. - When the instruction say 'press and hold' a button, this means you should keep it pressed until the display changes or you hear a tone. 2
Microphone Mic-Speak - Press during a call to mute into this, from about the microphone or mouthpiece. 8-12 inches away, when you're using speakerphone, speak clearly,in a normal voice not too loud.

Speakerphone Mic -

MUTE Button

2. Installation

1. Locating the Base unit The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where: the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket. it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it might get wet. it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing machines, microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc. 2. Plug the coiled handset cord into the Handset. Plug the other end into the jack on the left side of the Base unit.
Note: The Base unit does not require a battery.
3. Place the Handset in the Base unit.
Make sure the plugs click into place.
4. Plug the telephone line cord into the PHONE LINE jack at the back of the Base unit. Plug the other end into a 5. Lift the Handset and modular wall jack. check for Dial tone in the earpiece.
Always use the telephone line cord supplied with your Caprice500. Other line cords may not work. telephone line cords may not work.
Installing Backup batteries
1. Remove the Battery cover and insert 3 X 1.5V AAA size alkaline batteries (not included) into the battery compartment paying attention to the polarity marking as shown inside the compartment.
WARNING: Please do NOT use Rechargeable batteries in this phone.
2. Replace the battery cover until it clicks into place.
Warning: Disconnect the telephone from the telephone line before changing the batteries.
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Note: The caller display, speakerphone and on-hook display and set-up functions will not work without the batteries installed.
3. Desk/Wall mount installation

Desk Mount

To place the Caprice 500 on a desk, connect the stand to the bottom of the phone in the slots near the rear of the base as shown below.
Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots on the bottom of the phone (near the rear of the base). Press down firmly until the flexible clips clicks into place. To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible clips, (2) pull back the stand, and then (3) slide up and forward (3) as shown below.

Wall Mount

To place the Caprice 500 on a wall, connect the stand to the bottom of the phone in the slots near the battery cover as shown below.

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Desk/Wall mount installation continue.
Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots on the bottom of the phone (near the battery cover). Press down firmly until the flexible clips clicks into place. To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible clips, (2) pull back the stand, and then (3) slide up and forward as shown below.
Mark two points on the wall that are 137mm apart to lay the fixing centers as shown below.
BE CAREFUL to check that there are no electrical wires hidden in the wall. Fix two screws (supplied with the unit) at the marked locations, leaving approximately 7mm between the wall and the the screw head. Hang the cradle unit on the screws using the wall mount slots. You may need to remove the telephone from the wall and tighten the screws so that the cradle is securely fixed and does not wobble. Place the Handset on the cradle with the parking hook on the cradle arranged to fit in the parking recess under the earpiece on the Handset. 6

4. Setting up your phone

Note: The alkaline batteries must be fitted in the base before setting up your phone. When the batteries become discharged, they should be replaced with new ones as soon as possible to prevent all memories being lost and settings returning to their factory default. The following section details how to set up your telephone. Press the MENU button to enter the Options menu and then use the UP or DOWN buttons to cycle through the following options:
SET LANGUAGE LCD CONTRAST
SET TIME/DATE EXIT OPTION

SET FLASH TIME

Note: The system will time out if you leave more than 15 seconds between key presses.

SET LANGUAGE

With the phone in standby mode: Press MENU button. The display shows OPTIONS MENU.
Press UP button to go to the language setting. The display will show SET LANGUAGE LANGUAGE.
Press MENU button to confirm. Press UP or DOWN button to select one of the 11 languages: ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN, ITALY, PORTUGUESE, TURKISH, DANISH, POLISH, SWEDISH, and DUTCH. Press MENU button to confirm. Continue with programming, or press RECALL button to return to standby mode. The date and time on your phone can be synchronized with the local date and time if you have subscribed to the Caller Display service from your telephone company.

RECALL/ESC

SET TIME/ DATE
However, you can set the date and time manually: Press MENU button. The display shows OPTIONS MENU.
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Setting up continue.

MENU MENU MENU
Press UP or DOWN button until the display shows SET TIME/DATE TIME/DATE. Press MENU button to confirm. The year icon will be blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to set the year. Press MENU button to confirm. The hour icon will be blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to set the hour. When setting the hour, the AM or PM icon will automatically turn ON to correspond the hour time. Press MENU button to confirm. The minute icon will be blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to set the minute. Press MENU button to confirm. The date icon will be blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to set the date.
Press MENU button to confirm. The month icon will be blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to set the month. Press MENU button to confirm the TIME and DATE setting. Continue with programming, or press RECALL button to return to standby mode.
This telephone gives you the possibility to use the special services of your telephone company. When pressing the RECALL button, the phone generates a line interruption and the length depends on your FLASH TIME setting.
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The default setting of the Caprice 500 is 100ms, which should be correct for most UK connections, but some PBX systems may require a different setting.

MENU MENU

Press UP or DOWN button until the display shows SET FLASH TIME TIME. Press MENU button to confirm. Press UP or DOWN button to select 100MS (default), 300MS, or 600MS. Press MENU button to confirm.
Continue with programming, or press RECALL button to return to standby mode. Press MENU button. The display shows OPTIONS MENU.

LCD CONTRAST

Press UP or DOWN button until the display shows LCD CONTRAST CONTRAST.
Press MENU button to confirm. Press UP or DOWN button to select your comfortable display viewing level (1~6). The default setting is 3.
Press MENU button to confirm the LCD CONTRAST setting. Press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out.

5. Telephone Operation

Ringer volume
The Ringer High-Low switch located at the back of the Base unit allows you to adjust the volume of the ringer. - High volume - Low volume Binatone Help Line - 9677 Calls are charged at Local Call rate. 9
T elephone operation continue.

To make a call

Lift the handset, or press SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit. Check for dial tone. Dial the telephone number. The call timer starts about 7 seconds after going on line.

Using the Pre-dial mode

Dial the telephone number. Lift the Handset or press SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit to dial out the number. Note: When using the Speakerphone, speak clearly into the Base unit microphone from a distance of 8-12 inches. When the phone rings: Lift the Handset, or press SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit. The call timer starts about 7 seconds after going on line.
During a call: Adjust the volume of the speakerphone to your comfortable volume level using the SPEAKERPHONE volume switch located on the right side of the Base unit.

To answer a call

To adjust the speakerphone volume

To end a call

Replace the Handset on the Base unit cradle, or press SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit. The IN USE light indicator will turn OFF. During a phone conversation through the Handset, press the SPEAKERPHONE button to speak hands-free. Replace the Handset on the Base unit cradle. While in speakerphone mode, lift the Handset to enable a private conversation.
To switch between the Handset and the Speakerphone
To mute the mouthpiece or microphone
During a call, the phone mutes the microphone or the mouthpiece so that the person on the other end cannot hear you. Press MUTE button once. While the microphone is muted, MUTE will be shown on the lower right corner of the display.
Press MUTE button again to get back to the call. For some switchboard systems, an access number must be dialed (usually an 8 or 9) to get another dial tone and an outside line. Pressing REDIAL/ PAUSE button immediately after the access number, a pause of about 3.6 secs. will be entered, and the desired number can be dialed immediately.
Inserting a Pause in the dialing sequence
Press REDIAL/PAUSE button to insert a pause when dialing or storing Long Distance Access Codes.
In standby mode, press STORE button. Enter the telephone number, up to 22 digits. The memory cannot exceed 22 digits during programming and if exceeded, the memory will not store the number. Press the desired memory location (M1, M2, or M3) button. Note: When the Memory buttons are full and you wish to store a new number in memory, follow steps 1 to 3. The new number will replace the old number stored in memory.
Storing a 1 Number in a 2 One-Touch memory

Speed dialing

Lift the Handset, or press SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit. Press the One Touch memory location M1,M2, or M3 button. The number dials automatically.

6. Outgoing call record

Last Number redial
Lift the handset or press SPEAKERPHONE button. Press REDIAL/PAUSE button. The phone automatically redials the last number you called. The telephone remembers the last 10 outgoing calls.

Viewing the Outgoing call records
In standby mode, press REDIAL/PAUSE button. The most recent outgoing call record will be displayed. Press UP or DOWN button to view the other records. In standby mode, press REDIAL/PAUSE button. Press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to call. When the number is displayed, press DIAL button. The phone automatically redials the number using the speakerphone mode. Lift the Handset anytime to talk privately and to turn the speakerphone mode off. In standby mode, press REDIAL/PAUSE button. Press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to delete.
Making a 1 call from the Outgoing 2 call record
Deleting an Outgoing call record

DELETE

Press DELETE button again to confirm. The display shows next record. Binatone Help Line - 9677 Calls are charged at Local Call rate. 12 4
When the record is displayed, press DELETE button. The display prompts DELETE?
Outgoing call record continue.
Storing an Outgoing call record into the Phonebook memory
1 When viewing the Outgoing call records, press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to store.
When the record is displayed, press BOOK button. The display shows the cursor blinking on the first digit of the number. To modify the number, press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to the number you want to change then input the new one or press DELETE button to delete. Press BOOK button to confirm. Input the name. See page 15 for entering letters. To modify an existing name, press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to the character you want to change then input the new one or press DELETE button to delete. Press BOOK button again to save the record into the Phonebook memory.
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7. Phonebook function

Up to 22 names (maximum of 15 characters) and telephone numbers (maximum of 20 digits) can be stored in the Phonebook memory. Make sure the Handset is idle (not connected to a call).
To view the Phonebook record
Press BOOK button. ADD, The display shows SEARCH ADD with the SEARCH option blinking. Press BOOK button again. If the Phonebook memory is empty, the phone will automatically return to the standby display. Otherwise, the first alphanumeric Phonebook entry will be shown. Press NUMERIC key (2/ABC to 9/WXYZ) button that corresponds to the first letter of a Callers name and the search will jump to the first entry in the Phonebook beginning with that letter. Press UP or DOWN button to scroll through the next records. Notes: During the Phonebook programming, press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out.

To add a new record into the Phonebook
Press BOOK button. The display shows SEARCH ADD with the ADD, SEARCH option blinking. Press UP or DOWN button to select ADD ADD.
Press BOOK button to confirm. The display shows the cursor blinking on the number field.
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Phonebook function continue.
Input the telephone number, max. of 20 digits. Press BOOK button to confirm the number. The display shows the cursor blinking on the name field. Input the name, maximum of 15 characters using keypad buttons 2/ABC to 9/WXYZ. Refer to the table below to get the following characters.
Press BOOK button to confirm the name. Press RECALL button to return to standby mode, or wait until the program times out.
To make a 1 call from the Phonebook
When viewing the Phonebook records, press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to call. Press DIAL button. The phone automatically dials the displayed record using the speakerphone mode. Lift the Handset anytime to talk privately and to turn the speakerphone mode off.
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1 To edit a stored number and/or name 2 When viewing the Phonebook records, press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to edit.
When the record is displayed, press BOOK button. The display shows the cursor blinking on the first digit of the number. To edit the number, press DELETE button repeatedly to delete the digits one after the other then key in the new number/s. Press BOOK button to confirm the edited number. The display shows the cursor blinking on the first character of the name. Press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to the character you wish to edit then input the new one or press DELETE button to erase.
Press BOOK button to save the edited name and/or number. Press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out.
When viewing the Phonebook records, press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to edit.
To delete a record from memory
When the record is displayed, press DELETE button. The display prompts DELETE? Press DELETE button again to confirm. The display shows next Phonebook record. OR press RECALL button to exit and return to the previous menu.
Press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out.
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8. Caller Display operation
VERY IMPORTANT: The Caller Display feature of this product requires a subscription to Caller Display service from your telephone company. If you subscribe to this feature from your local telephone company, you can see the phone number of the person calling you before you answer. The caller display information includes: The callers number. The date and time of the call. The callers name if the network sends it. Note: The Caller Display information will also include a name from the phonebook if the incoming number fully matches an entry in the Phonebook. If the callers number is not available, because the network theyre calling from does not support caller UNAVAILABLE. display, the display shows UNAVAILABLE If the caller has withheld his number, for instance by dialling 141, WITHHELD. the display shows WITHHELD Withheld and Unavailable calls are saved in the calls list and show as missed calls. Note: The Caller Display will only work and the Calls list will only store the records if the Caprice 500 has good batteries fitted.

Caller Display list

This phone dynamically stores all the calls received. When the caller display list is full, the display flashes FULL. MEMORY FULL Any new caller display entry will replace the oldest record. The NEW CALL light indicator will flash to indicate that you have a new Caller Display. Binatone Help Line - 9677 Calls are charged at Local Call rate. 17
Caller Display operation continue.
call stored in memory. It will stop flashing after you have viewed all the new caller display records. A number is shown above the NEW icon to indicate how many messages are new, and the number above the TOTAL icon indicates the total number of messages in the list.
Viewing the Caller Display list
With the phone on standby mode, press UP or DOWN button. The display shows the most recent record. If there are no Caller Display records, the display will show NO CALLS CALLS. Press UP or DOWN button again to scroll to the next Caller Display record. The display shows END OF LIST upon reaching the end of the first and last record.
Press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out. When the Caller Display record is displayed.

To return a call

Press DIAL button. The phone automatically dials the displayed record using the speakerphone mode. Lift the Handset anytime to talk privately and to turn the speakerphone mode off. When the Caller Display record is displayed.
To delete a Caller Display 1 record
Press DELETE button. The display prompts DELETE CALL? Press DELETE button again to confirm. The display shows the next Caller Display record. Press RECALL button to return to standby mode or wait until the program times out.
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To delete all Caller Display records
During the Caller Display review: 1 2
Press and hold DELETE button. The display prompts DEL ALL CALLS? Press DELETE button again to confirm. The display automatically returns to standby mode. OR press RECALL button to exit and return to the previous menu. During the Caller Display review: Press UP or DOWN button to find the record you wish to store.

Storing a Caller Display record 1 into the Phonebook 2 memory
When the record is displayed, press BOOK button. The display shows the cursor blinking on the first character of the number field. Press BOOK button to confirm. The display shows the cursor blinking on the first character of the name field. Input the name if the record does not have a name. See page 15 for entering letters. To modify an existing name record, press UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to the character you want to change then input the new one or press DELETE button to erase. Press BOOK button again to save the record into the Phonebook memory.
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9. Operational notes

Electrical safety DONT let the Base unit get wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious injury if used while you are wet or standing in water. If the Base unit ever falls into water, DONT retrieve it until you have unplugged the telephone line plug from the telephone socket; then pull it out by the unplugged cables. NEVER use your Caprice 500 outdoors during a thunderstorm unplug the Base unit from the telephone line when there are storms in your area. Damage caused by lightning is not covered by the guarantee. Locating the Base unit The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where: the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket. it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it might get wet. it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing machines, microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc. Cleaning and care Dont clean any part of your Caprice 500 with benzene, thinner or other solvent chemicals - this may cause permanent damage which is not covered by the Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth. Keep your Caprice 500 away from hot, humid conditions or strong sunlight, and dont let it get wet. Every effort has been made to ensure high standards of reliability for your Caprice 500. However, if something does go wrong, please do not try to repair it yourself - consult your supplier or the Binatone Help Line.
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10. Troubleshooting

The Caprice 500 must be serviced by trained engineers. NEVER attempt any repairs or adjustments yourself - you could make the problem worse and invalidate the Guarantee. you have followed the steps listed in Section 2 to install and set up your Caprice 500. all connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets. the batteries are correctly and securely installed, and are not run down Everyday use

ALWAYS check first that:

I cannot make or answer calls. The phone does not ring
Make sure youre using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your Caprice 500. Other telephone line cables might not work. Make sure youre using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your Caprice 500. Other telephone line cables might not work. Check that the total REN value of all equipment connected to your telephone line is not more than 4. Disconnect one or more telephones.
The phone does not dial The Caller Display feature isnt working.
Make sure youre using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your Caprice 500. Other telephone line cables might not work. You need to subscribe to Caller Display service from your local telephone company. Contact the local telephone company for details on how to subscribe. The caller may have withheld their number by dialing 141. Or they may be calling from a network that does not transmit the Caller Display (for example, it may be an international call).
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Troubleshooting continue.
Be sure to wait until the second ring before answering. ERROR message is displayed. E R R O R appears in the LCD screen if the unit detects anything other than valid Caller Display information during the silent period after the first ring. This message indicates either the presence of noise on the line, or that an invalid message has been sent from the telephone company. Be sure to wait until the second ring before answering. PBX use Last Number Redial and/or memory dialling dont work on a PBX. When you first make a call, try pressing the REDIAL/ PAUSE button for a pause between the outside line access digit (e.g. 9) and the telephone number. You should later be able to redial the number. When storing numbers in memory, you can include the outside line access digit (e.g. 9) with each number. If your PBX requires you to wait for a second Dial tone before dialing the telephone number, press the REDIAL/PAUSE button for a pause between the access digit and the number. My Caprice 500 system wont work properly on a PBX. You may need to change the recall setting. Call the Binatone Help Line for advice. It will help if you have your PBX documentation to hand when you make the call.

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If the fault persists Disconnect all other instruments connected to the same line as the Caprice 500 and see whether you can make a call. Disconnect the Base unit from the telephone line and plug a different phone into the master telephone socket. Try making a call. If this works, the line is OK. If the call does not work, and you are using a twoway socket adapter, remove it and plug a telephone directly into the socket. If the call now works, the adapter may be faulty. If you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the exchange line. Contact the service provider (the BT engineers on 151, or your cable company). If you still cannot identify the cause of the problem, contact the Binatone Help Line on 9677 Calls are charged at Local Call rate.
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11. Product Guarantee

This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of 1 Year. This does not cover the product where the fault is due to misuse, abuse, use in contravention of the instructions, or where the product has been the subject of unauthorised modifications or alterations, or has been the subject of commercial use. In the event of a problem with the product within the guarantee period please return it to your nearest Argos store. If the item is shown to have had an inherent defect present at the time of sale, the store will provide you with a replacement. Your statutory rights remain unaffected.
Guarantor; Argos Ltd 489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard Central Milton Keynes MK9 2NW
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12. T echnical details

Standard Corded Telephone Caller Display with Speakerphone Temperature range Operating 0 C to 40 C Storage -20 C to 60 C Port specification The port (connected to the telephone line) is a TNV3 port with respect to EN41003.
Timed Break Recall (using R button): 100ms default (options 300ms, 600ms) also called Flash. Pause length (using REDIAL/PAUSE button): 3.6 seconds. Signalling type DTMF (dual tone multi-frequency) also called tone dialling. Network connection This equipment is intended to be used in the UK only. Operation on other countries PSTN termination points cannot be guaranteed. Declaration of conformity The Binatone Caprice 500 complies with the essential protective requirements and objectives of: EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and conforms to the following relevant harmonized standards: Safety: EN 60950 Other: I-CTR37, CTR38, EN55-022, EN55024
Waste electrical products must not be disposed of with household waste. This equipment should be taken to your local recycling centre for safe treatment.
Binatone operates a policy of continuous product improvement, and so reserves the right to make changes to the product and functions without notice.

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Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your Caprice 500 to a direct exchange line (DEL) - a line connected to a local exchange, with its own phone number; to an extension socket connected to a DEL; or to an extension on an approved compatible PBX. Do not connect the Caprice 500 as an extension to a payphone. The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones, fax machines, etc.) connected to an exchange line must not add up to more than 4 - otherwise, one or more of them may not ring and/or answer calls correctly. The SpeakEasy 5 has a REN of 1, and most other telephones have a REN of 1 unless marked otherwise.
Contents of this User Guide
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Where to find it Installation Desk/Wall mount installation Setting up your phone Telephone operation Outgoing call record Phonebook function Caller display operation Operational notes

If you need help

The Binatone Help Line is available from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday, on
10. Troubleshooting 11. Product Guarantee 12. Technical details
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