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|ganehw||12:47am on Monday, October 25th, 2010|
|Clear and very easy to use. No settig up required other than creating phonebook TOO DEAR|
|magellan2k||3:55am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|perfect this telephone is perfect for my requirements in size and sound and looks.IT fits pefectly in to my living room surroundings. perfect this telephone is perfect for my requirements in size and sound and looks.IT fits pefectly in to my living room surroundings.|
|NapkinEater||7:18pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|Binatone Symphony 2200 This telephone was fine but the installation instructions were terrible.|
|jlwohac||3:24pm on Saturday, April 17th, 2010|
|very nice to use has plenty of features and isnt too big or small to hold in ur hand none that ive found very easy to set up and use. none found|
|KSJ||8:23pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|These phones are nice and well do exactly what they are supposed to. They arent anything fancy but i am happy with them.|
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10 Intercom, transfer & conference
If you have a Fusion 2200/2210 Twin, Triple or Quad system, you already have two, three or four handsets. You can buy spare handsets and charger pods separately. Altogether, you can have up to five handsets registered to the base unit, as numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5. With more than one handset registered to your base unit, you can make intercom calls from one handset to another, make a new intercom call while you are on an outside call shuttle between an outside call and an intercom call transfer an outside call from one handset to another set up a three-way conference call between yourself, an outside call and an intercom call Each handset has its own number 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 which is shown on the right-hand side of the display. Please note Among the handsets registered to a single base unit, only one outside call and two intercom calls can take place at once. If you try to make an outside call while another handset is already on the line, you will hear Busy tone. If you try to make an intercom call when one is already in progress, you will hear Busy tone. When one handset is using the outside line, the EXT symbol will appear on the displays of all other handsets. To make an intercom call To make a call to another handset
To transfer a call When youve made or answered an outside call, to transfer it to another handset:
Contents of this User Guide
5 Where to find it Installation Making and answering calls Memory dialling Caller Display Tones and volumes Call barring Customising your phone Resetting the system Intercom, transfer and conference handset registration Operational notes Troubleshooting Answering machine Quick Reference For detailed information on how to operate the answering machine, see the separate sheet. Guarantee and service Technical details
Stylish Digital Cordless Telephone
1 Press INT
and key in the number of the other handset
The outside call is put on hold. When the other handset answers, you can speak to the user. If the other handset does not answer, you can get back to the outside call by pressing INTERCOM again. To transfer the outside call to the other handset:
2 Press PHONE
to hang up and transfer the call
To shuttle between two calls When you have both an outside call and an intercom call connected, you can shuttle from one to the other, like this:
Press INT to speak to each call in turn, putting the other on hold You can transfer the outside call to the other handset by pressing PHONE while youre connected on the intercom call If you press PHONE while youre connected to the outside call, you will disconnect it. If the other handset user presses PHONE on their handset to hang up, youll be left connected to the outside call.
Unpacking your Fusion 2200/2210 In the box are: n the cordless handset (two handsets with a Twin system, three with a Triple system, four with a Quad system) n the base unit n rechargeable batteries or a battery pack, and a battery compartment cover for the handset n a telephone line cable n a mains power lead and adapter
Conference calls To set up a three-way conference between yourself, an outside call and an intercom call with another handset:
1 Either make or answer an outside call 2 Press INT then key in the number of the other handset
The other user answers by pressing PHONE on their handset.
If you have an Fusion 2200/2210 Twin, Triple or Quad system, you should also have: n one, two or three charger pods n a mains power lead and adapter for each one Keep the packaging materials in a safe place in case you later need to transport the unit. Keep your sales (till) receipt, which is your guarantee. If you need help
3 Press # (HASH)
1 Press INT You hear Dial tone 2 Key in the number of the other handset (1, 2, 3, 4 or 5)
The other handsets number appears on your display. On its display, your number appears, and the INT symbol flashes. When the other handset user presses the PHONE button to answer, you will be connected. To end an intercom call
The handset(s) supplied with your Fusion 2200/2210 base unit are already registered the first one as handset number 1, the second as number 2. You dont need to re-register them unless you have a problem. To check whether a handset is registered, make sure mains power to the base unit is switched on and the handset is within range. The handsets display should show its number, and the signal level symbol on the display should show three bars. If the display shows not sub , you need to re-register the handset.
1 Press MENU 2 Press 3 Press OK 6 7
Press Press OK Press
phonebk TWICE base volume SEVEN times del hs pin repeatedly to go to the number of the handset you want to de-register confirm to confirm de-registration
Key in your PIN (default 0000) and press OK
To register a new handset or to re-register a handset
1 Press the handset locator button on the base unit for about 3 seconds
You hear two short beeps and the IN USE light flashes. You now have 2 minutes in which to register the handset.
8 Press OK 9 Press OK
Siting the base unit and charger pod The base unit and charger pod should each be placed on a level surface, in a position where: the mains adapter plug will reach an easily accessible 230-V AC switched mains supply socket never try to lengthen the mains power cable the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket (base unit only; charger pods have no connection to the telephone line) it is not close to another telephone this can cause radio interference during calls 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. Radio signals between the handset and the base unit To use your handset and base unit together, you must be able to establish a radio link between them. Be aware that: Siting the base unit as high as possible will give better results for example, in a two-storey house, the best position may be on the first-floor landing. Any large metal object like a refrigerator, a mirror or a filing cabinet between the handset and base unit may block the radio signal. Other solid structures, like walls, may reduce the signal strength.
2 Press MENU 3 Press OK 4 Key in 1
on the handset register BS (These are base unit numbers.)
Note you cannot de-register the handset you are currently using. Registering to a different brand of base unit Your Fusion 2200/2210 handsets can be registered to any GAP-compatible base unit; or you can register other GAP-compatible handsets to your Fusion 2200/2210 base unit. But we do not guarantee that all features or display messages will be available using other manufacturers equipment.
You may be going out of range of the base unit. Move closer, or your call may be cut off. Check the Battery Level symbol on the display. If it shows low, recharge the batteries. Make sure youre holding the earpiece correctly over your ear. Adjust the volume as decribed in Section 6. You need to subscribe to Caller Display from your service provider. Contact the service provider for details of how to subscribe. The caller may have withheld their number by dialling 141. Or they may be calling from a network that does not transmit the Caller ID (for example, it may be an international call).
ALWAYS check first that:
you have followed the steps listed in Section 2 to install and set up your Fusion 2200/2210 all connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets mains power is switched on at the socket the handsets batteries are correctly and securely installed, and are not run down
I try to recharge You need to replace the batteries. Please note the following the batteries, but safety warnings: I still get a Use only NIMH(Nickel Metal Hyride) two AAA rechargeable warning that they batteries in the handset. The best way to make sure you get are low. the right ones is to take the old ones with you when you go to buy new ones. Dispose of used batteries safely never burn them, or put them where they could get punctured.
Last Number Redial and/or memory dialling dont work on a PBX.
P When you first make a call, try pressing the CDS 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.
I cannot make or answer calls. Check that the base units mains power adapter is plugged in and power is switched on. The base unit needs mains power for normal operation of the phone not just for charging the batteries. Make sure youre using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your Fusion 2200/2210. Other telephone line cables mightnot work. Move the handset closer to the base unit. Check the Battery Level symbol on the display. If it is low, replace the handset on the base unit or charger pod to recharge the batteries. Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a few seconds and then switch back on. This may solve the problem. If you still cant make calls, try re-registering the handset. When I press keys on the handset, nothing happens. Make sure the batteries are fitted in your handset. If the Battery Level symbol on the display shows low, recharge the batteries. Press and hold the OK button until the handset comes to life. The OK button switches the handset on and off. Check whether theres a key symbol on the display. If so, the keypad is locked. Turn to Section 8 to find out how to unlock it. When I press the PHONE or SPEAKERPHONE button, I hear a loud noise. My call was cut off when I went out of range. Now I cant use my handset. There is interference, noise or echoing on the line.
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.
14 Answering machine Quick
Reference (Fusion 2210 only)
For detailed information on how to operate the answering machine, see the separate sheet. Shortcut buttons
To control answering machine functions, you first press the button (also labelled R). You can then scroll through the menus for the function you want, and press to select it. Alternatively, some of the numbered buttons also give you shortcuts for OK functions you often use. Just press the button followed by the numbered button, as shown here.
15 Guarantee and service
The Binatone Fusion 2200/2210 is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase shown on your sales receipt. The Guarantee does not cover damage by misuse or negligence, or by excessive voltages for example, faults on the telephone line, or lightning. This does not affect your statutory rights. Please keep your sales (till) receipt this is your guarantee. You should also keep the original packaging material. In the unlikely event that you need to return your Fusion 2200/2210 to our Repair Centre while it is under guarantee, there will be a 5 handling charge. While the unit is under Guarantee
16 Technical details
Standard Frequency range Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) 1.88 to 1.9 GHz (bandwidth = 20 MHz)
Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your Fusion 2200/2210 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 Fusion 2200/2210 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 Fusion 2200/2210 has a REN of 1 (this is not affected by having more than one handset), and most other telephones have a REN of 1 unless marked otherwise.
Channel bandwidth 1.728 MHz Operating range Operating time up to 300 m outdoors; up to 50 m indoors standby: 110 hours; talking: 9 hours with speakerphone off; approx. 1 hour with speakerphone on; battery charge time: 15 hours 65536-combination code to prevent unauthorised use Operating 0 C to 40 C Storage -20 C to 60 C Electrical power
1 Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and the mains electricity
Security Temperature range
Button 1 OGM 2 OGM 9 0
Record the outgoing message (OGM) Play the OGM
2 Pack up all parts of your Fusion 2200/2210, using the original packaging.
Remember to include the mains adapter
Handset two AAA 550 mAH Nickel Metal Hyride (Ni-MH)
3 Return the unit to the shop where you bought it, making sure you take your
sales receipt After the Guarantee has expired
Base unit/charger pod input 230 V AC, 50 Hz; output
AC 9 V, 300 mA; The port (connected to the mains power supply) is a SELV port with respect to EN41003. The ( port (connected to the telephone line) is a TNV port with respect to EN41003. PBX compatibility Timed break recall: 98 ms. Pause length (using the CDS button): 3.6 seconds. Signalling type: DTMF (dual-tone multifrequency) also called tone dialling.
Record a memo Delete this message Turn the answering machine on Turn the answering machine off Go back to the previous message Play back messages and memos Go forward to the next message Stop message playback
If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, first follow steps 1 and 2 as for repair under Guarantee. Then
3 Call our Service Department on 9677 and ask for a quotation of
the repair charge and details of where to send your Fusion 2200/2210 for repair.
4 Make sure you include with your Fusion 2200/2210:
your name and address a cheque or postal order for the value of the repair charge
5 Return your Fusion 2200/2210 to the address given by the Service Department
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 Fusion 2200/2210 complies with the essential protective requirements and objectives of: EC R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and conforms to the following relevant harmonised standards: Radio: TBR6 EMC: EN 301489 Safety: EN 60950, EN 41003 Other: I-CTR37, TBR22
2 Plug the telephone line cord and the mains
power lead into the rear of the base unit
Press the cables into the grooves so that the base unit stands level
Always use the telephone line cord supplied with your Fusion 2200/2210. Other telephone line cords may not work.
7 Charge the batteries for 15 hours
Before you use the handset for the first time, its important to charge the batteries fully. You hear a beep when the handset is correctly in position on the charging cradle. Leave the handset on the base unit or charger pod for 15 hours. To keep the batteries charged, whenever you dont need to use the handset (such as overnight, or when you go out), leave
Press to begin and end answering machine functions. You will need the Recall function if your phone is connected to a PBX, or if you use Select Services.
MEMU button Press to start and end the programming menu.
EXT Outside call
You are connected to the telephone line your handset is offhook. The EXT flashes, without the phone symbol, while your handset is ringing for an incoming call.
You are connected on an intercom call. The INT flashes, without the phone symbol, when the HANDSET LOCATOR button on the base unit is pressed.
You are programming the handset or base unit.
You have pressed the MEMORY button to make a call to a stored number.
Your handsets keypad is locked.
The battery level symbol moves
3 Plug the mains adapter into a 230 V AC,
50 Hz mains socket, with the switch on the socket set to OFF
The Fusion 2200/2210 base unit and charger pod must be used with the mains adapters supplied. Using any other adapters will result in noncompliance with EN60950, and will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus.
IN USE light The IN USE light comes on when you have a connection to the telephone line.
HANDSET LOCATOR button Press this to make the handset ring, to help you find it if youve forgotten where you put it. Press it again to stop the handset
MEMORY button Press to make calls to numbers stored in memory
CHARGE light The CHARGE light comes on when the handsets batteries are being charged.
The CHARGE light comes on
4 Switch on mains power at the socket
8 Connect the base unit to the telephone line
Switch off power at the mains socket Insert the telephone line plug into the socket Switch mains power back on
Make sure the mains socket is switched on the phone wont work without electrical power
Your handsets microphone is muted.
Your handsets loudspeaker is on.
5 If you have a Fusion 2200/2210 Twin, Triple or Quad system
Plug the mains power lead into the back of the charger pod(s) Plug the mains adapter into a 230 V AC, 50 Hz mains socket, with the switch on the socket set to OFF. Then switch on at the socket
Before you can use the handset to make calls, you need to fit and fully charge the batteries.
The answering machine is switched on.
You have received new Caller Display messages.
NOTE: the charger pod doesnt have a connection to the telephone line.
When the instructions simply say press a button, this means you should press it briefly then release it. When the instructions say press and hold a button, this means you should keep it pressed until the display changes or you hear a tone.
Shows the strength of the signal between the handset and base unit, and flashes when you are out of range of the base unit. If the level is low, or the symbol is flashing, move closer to the base unit.
3 Making and answering calls
The Speakerphone Press the SPEAKERPHONE ( ) button to listen on calls without holding the handset to your ear. You can start a call by pressing the SPEAKERPHONE button, or press it at any time during a call; but you must always press the PHONE ( ) button to end a call.
To make a call
4 Memory dialling
You can store up to 40 numbers in each handsets memory. Each number can have up to 20 digits, and you can store a name of up to eight characters with the number.
To store a number The display shows:
1 Press MENU 3 Press
To modify (change) a number in memory phonebk add then OK OK modify TWICE
Caller Display, continued
To return a call To make a return call to someone whos called you:
4 Press OK 5 Press or
until the display shows the name
1 Press MENU 2 Press OK
6 Press OK OK 7 Modify the name if necessary, pressing 8 Press OK
Press PHONE or SPEAKERPHONE or number is shown on the display
To delete a Caller Display record
while either the name
to clear characters from
the display before keying in the correct ones The display shows the corresponding number
1 Key in the phone number
If you make a mistake, press To clear all digits, press and hold to clear digits from the display. C.
name? OK 3 Press OK 4 Key in the name, using the numbered keys
1 Press CDS
P , then or until the time of the call is displayed
, then OK
(once or twice),
To answer a call
5 Press OK
9 Modify the number if necessary then press OK
2 Press OK
again to go
6 Key in the number
When the handset and base unit ring:
You can now carry on modifying numbers, or press MENU back to standby mode.
3 Press OK
To end a call Press PHONE so that the symbol disappears from the display
Note: if youre using Caller Display, you should store the full number, including the dialling code (starting with 0). If its a local number, youll still be charged the Local Call rate when you dial it from memory. add 7 Press OK OK You can now carry on storing numbers, or press MENU again to go back to standby mode.
To clear a number from memory phonebk 1 Press MENU
to delete this record OR press C if you dont want to delete the record C When there are no more records, the display shows empty.
5 Caller Display
If you subscribe to this feature from your service provider, you can see the phone numbers of people calling you, before you answer. The Fusion 2200/2210 will store the numbers of the last 30 incoming calls. Each Caller Display record includes: The callers name, if its one youve already stored in your phones memory. The callers number (up to 20 digits). The number wont be displayed if the network theyre calling from doesnt support this feature; or if theyve withheld their number by dialling 141. If the callers number wasnt available, the display shows a row of dashes. The month, date and time of the call When there have been calls you havent answered, the symbol is shown on the display, and the IN USE light on the base unit flashes.
To check Caller Display records
To delete all Caller Display records
The display shows the first Caller Display record del all? 2 Briefly press C C
Last Number Redial To make a repeat call to the last number you dialled:
1 Press PHONE 2 Press
or SPEAKERPHONE You hear Dial tone in the earpiece.
2 Press OK 3 Press
until the display shows the number you want to
to delete all records OK OR press C if you dont want to delete all records C When there are no more records, the display shows empty.
How to key in letters and other characters
When youre keying in names (such as when storing numbers in memory), the numbered keys 1 to 9 give you letters, as follows:
1 gives space, - gives A B C gives D e f 3 etc.
For example, to key in jane press 5 once, press 2 once, press 6 twice and press 3 twice. After keying in a character, wait for the cursor (the flashing line) to move to the next position before you key in the next one. C takes you back to the previous character; takes you to the next one. If you need to insert a pause when keying in a number, press the CDS button. (Youll only need this if youre using your phone on a PBX.)
To make a repeat call to one of the 10 last numbers you dialled:
1 Press or until the number is shown on the display 2 Press PHONE or SPEAKERPHONE
Muting the mouthpiece
You can now carry on deleting numbers, or press MENU back to standby mode.
To make a memory call
1 Press CDS 2 Press or
to scroll through the records
Press C once to mute the mouthpiece While the mouthpiece is muted the person on the other end of the call cant hear you. is shown on the display, and you cannot press any numbered key to send digits down the line. Press
1 Press MEM 2 Press or 3 Press PHONE
until the display shows the name or number or SPEAKERPHONE
once again to un-mute the mouthpiece
to dial the number
Youll see either names or numbers.If you see a name displayed, to check the number and the time of the call: 3 Press OK OK once then press it again to show the time When you reach the beginning or end of the list of records, youll hear a warning beep. Once youve checked all the records, the symbol will disappear from the display and the IN USE light will stop flashing.
6 Tones and volumes
1 Press OK
To adjust the earpiece or speakerphone volume during a call OK to show the current volume level 1 to 5
to change the volume
Handset ringing volume You have a choice of five volume levels or of turning the ringer off. phonebk 1 Press MENU
Key tone on/off Each time you press a key, you hear a tone. You can turn this off if you prefer. phonebk handset 1 Press MENU then
7 Call barring
Using call barring, you can prevent certain types of call being made on your handset. There are four levels of Call Barring: no bar all calls are allowed. This is the default. National you can make local and long-distance calls, but no international calls (numbers starting with 00). local you can make local calls, but no long-distance calls (numbers starting with 0). internal you cant make any outgoing calls except emergency 999 calls.
2 Press or 3 Press OK
If you want to turn off the speakerphone and listen through the earpiece, just press SPEAKERPHONE
To adjust the earpiece volume for all calls While the phone is not connected on a call:
TWICE ring vol 1 to 5 or vol off
6 Press or 7 Press OK 8 Press MENU
to confirm to go back to standby mode
on or off
Press Press OK Press MENU
to switch on or to confirm
to switch off
to go back to standby mode
Low Battery tone on/off When the battery level is low, as well as seeing the symbol on the display, you also hear a tone. You can turn the tone off if you prefer. phonebk handset 1 Press MENU then
1 Press MENU 2 Press 3 Press OK 4 Press 5 Press OK
Base unit ringing melody
To set Call Barring
beep ear vol
ear vol and 1 to 5 to change the volume to confirm You hear a beep
phonebk TWICE base volume
1 Press MENU
TWICE phonebk base
melody melody and 1 to 5
to hear each melody in turn* to confirm the melody you want to go back to standby mode
TWICE call bar
4 Press OK
Press Press OK
low batt on or off
to switch on or to confirm to go back to standby mode to switch off
5 Key in your PIN (default 0000) and press OK
its number is shown on the display
6 If you want to set call barring for a different handset, press or until 7 Press OK
Handset ringing melodies To change the ringing melody for incoming external calls:
8 Press MENU
Base unit ringing volume
The display shows the current level of call barring for the handset you have selected.
beep FOUR times ext ring
ring vol and 1 to 5 or vol off to change the volume to confirm the volume level you want to go back to standby mode
Out of range warning tone on/off When the handset goes out of range of the base unit, you hear a tone. You can turn the tone off if you prefer. phonebk handset 1 Press MENU then
8 Press or 9 Press OK 10 Press MENU
To turn call barring OFF:
to change the call barring level to confirm to go back into standby mode
melody and 1
to hear each melody in turn*
to confirm the melody you want to go back to standby mode THREE times so
5 Press or 6 Press OK 7 Press MENU
To change the ringing melody for intercom calls:
Follow steps 1 to 8 above, but at step 5, press the display shows int ring
TWICE outrange on or off
to switch on or to switch off to confirm to go back to standby mode
Follow steps 1 to 10 above, setting the level to no bar at step 8
* If youve set the ringer volume to OFF, you wont hear any melody at this point.
8 Customising your phone
Your handsets name
The default name shown on your handsets display is micro. You can change this to anything with up to eight characters. phonebk handset 1 Press MENU then
Display language By default, display messages are shown in English; you can change the language to French, German, Portuguese, Spanish or Russian (or other languages which may be listed on the display) if you prefer.
Your security PIN You will only need this feature if you plan to set up Call Barring. The base unit has a default PIN (personal identity number) of 0000. You can change it to any number youll remember, with up to eight digits.
9 Resetting the system
4 Press OK 5 Press 6 Press OK 7 Press MENU
beep SEVEN times language
beep FIVE times h s name
4 Press OK 5 Press C 7 Press OK 8 Press MENU
to display the current language until the language you want is displayed to confirm to go back to standby mode
to display the current name repeatedly to clear the display to confirm to go back to standby mode
2 Press OK OK 3 Press SIX times pin code pin 4 Press OK OK 5 Key in the existing PIN (default 0000) and press OK OK new pin 6 Key in the your new PIN and press OK OK retype
Key in the your new PIN again and press OK
If you reset the system, you will lose all stored information (including numbers in memory) and all features will return to their default settings. While you are resetting the system, you should disconnect the telephone line cord from the back of the base unit, so you wont be interrupted by incoming calls.
There are two methods of resetting the system. Youll only need the second one if you have set a PIN and forgotten it. The PIN will be reset to 0000.
Reset with the PIN
6 Key in your chosen name
9 Press MENU
Locking the keypad When the keypad is locked, no numbered keys can be pressed so you cant make calls by mistake. To lock the keypad:
volume NINE times default
If you forget your new PIN, youll need to reset the system, and youll lose any numbers youve stored in memory.
pin You hear a confirmation tone from the handset and base unit.
5 Key in your PIN (default 0000)
phonebk THREE times key lock
Normally, you need to press PHONE or SPEAKERPHONE to answer an incoming call. But with auto-answer turned on, when your handset is resting on the base unit and it rings for an incoming call, you can answer by simply lifting the handset. To turn auto-answer on or off:
1 Press MENU 2 Press 3 Press OK 4 Press
Reset without the PIN
so the display shows on
1 Remove the batteries from the handset 2 Press and hold
while you replace the batteries default
to confirm symbol when the keypad is locked.
The display shows the To unlock the keypad:
and press OK
SIX times auto ans
to display the current setting to switch on or to confirm to go back to standby mode to switch off
1 Press MENU 2 Press OK 3 Press
You hear a confirmation tone from the handset and base unit, and search 1 will appear on the display for a few moments.
so the display shows off
If you have turned auto-answer on, dont press the PHONE after youve answered a call by lifting the handset; if you do, youll disconnect the call.
Locking the keypad (quick method) This method is quicker but less secure than the one above. To lock and unlock the keypad:
Press and hold # (HASH)
while the handset is idle
With the keypad locked, you cannot make emergency calls to 999 or 112.
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