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914c/915c

English
Hanging peg for handset Handset volume control Mute button Speed dial button Ringer indicator Store button
7 Phonebook 8 Caller ID/back 9 New number indicator 10Call number 11Scroll UP/DOWN buttons 12Clear/OK button
13One-touch buttons M1-M4 14Button with LED: 914c: Hold 915c:Hands free 15Redial button

Franais

1 Languette de support du combin 2 Touches de rglage du volume du combin 3 Touche Secret 4 Mmoires abrges 5 Tmoin de sonnerie 6 Touche de programmation 7 Rpertoire 8 Touche daccs au Journal des appelants / Retour 9 Tmoin de sonnerie / message / appel manqu 10Touche de numrotation 11Touches de navigation 12Touche pour confirmer/ effacer 13Mmoires directes: M1-M4 14Touche avec LED 914c: GARDE 915c: Mains-libres 15Touche Bis

Connection/Basic setting

1. Connect the spiral cord to the socket on the handset and to the socket marked q on the telephone. 2. 914c: Connect the batteries. See Batteries. 915c: Connect the mains adapter to the socket marked DC 9V on the bottom of the telephone and then to an electrical wall socket. 3. Fit the table stand by following the diagram below.
4. Replace the handset. 5. The display will flash ENGLISH. If not, hold v pressed down for about 4seconds. 6. Scroll to the desired language with v/V. Press 0. 7. Scroll to the desired contrast setting (3=normal) with v/V. Press 0. 8. Scroll to the desired hour (00-23) with v/V. Press 0. 9. Scroll to the desired minute with v/V. Press 0. 10.Scroll to the desired day with v/V. Press 0. 11. Scroll to the desired month with v/V. Press 0. 12. Scroll to the desired pause setting (2 seconds=normal) using v/V. Press 0. 13.Ensure the correct Recall time is displayed (ie: 100 for EU/UK/AUS, 300 France/Portugal and 600 New Zeeland). Press 0. 14.Connect the telephone cord to the network wall socket and to the socket marked T on the telephone. 15.Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone. Changing the clock, language or contrast If you wish to change the clock, language or contrast at any time, repeat steps 5. - 12. as above.

Batteries

In order for Caller ID, memory etc. to function, the device needs four type AAA 1.5V batteries. Only use high quality batteries. When the batteries are running low, the symbol will light up. 1. Unplug the telephone cable and remove the cover. 2. Insert the batteries according to the markings for plus and minus terminals. 3. Replace the battery cover.

The display

In standby mode the date and time is indicated on the display, as well as the number of new phone numbers and the total number of phone numbers that have been stored in the Caller ID memory.

Making a call

Regular dialling 1. Pick up the handset. 2. Enter the desired number. Dialling with correction function If necessary, the telephone number you have dialled can be changed before it is connected. 1. Enter the required number. Mistakes can be deleted using 0. 2. Pick up the handset, the number is dialled.

Call Back

Pick up the handset. Press r to redial the most recently dialled number.

Mute button

Press and hold z to disable the handset microphone, release z to reconnect the microphone.
Volume control Ring signal
The handset volume may be adjusted during a call with Ring volume Ringer tone (915c)

Ring melody

Memory
The telephone has 4 one-touch memories and 10 speed dial numbers. When a number has been saved in these, you only need to press one or two buttons to make a call. The onetouch numbers are M1-M4 and the speed dial numbers are 0-9. Saving memories 1. Press. 2. Enter the phone number (up to 22 digits) using the keypad. Press. 3. Enter name. Press the equivalent digit key once or several times for the first letter. Press. 4. Select M1-M4 by pressing the corresponding button or select a memory location by pressing one of the keypad numbers 0 - 9. Dialling using one-touch memories 1. Pick up the handset and select M1-M4 by pressing the corresponding button. Dialling with speed dial numbers 1. Lift up the handset and press. 2. Select the speed dial number by pressing 0 - 9.

Phonebook

Use the Phonebook to store names and telephone numbers. A stored phone number can be dialled using fewer keystrokes than if it is dialled manually. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the name/number of the caller will be shown when you receive an incoming call (for those numbers stored in the Phonebook or the memories). The Phonebook will store 32 sets of names and phone numbers. Entries in the Phonebook are arranged alphabetically. Each name can be up to 16 characters in length, and telephone numbers can be up to 22 digits in length. Each number key has been allocated certain letters. Storing names/numbers 1. Press b. 2. Press. 3. Press again. 4. Enter the phone number (up to 22 digits) using the keypad. Press. 5. Enter name. Press the equivalent digit key sufficient times for the first letter. Press Press r if you want a pause in the telephone number. Dialling from the phonebook 1. Press b. 2. Scroll among the entries with v/V. Or you can do a quick search by pressing the corresponding number key for the first letter one or more times. 3. Press Q and lift the handset; the number is dialled, or wait to return to standby mode. Changing telephone numbers/names 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to desired entry as above. 3. Press down until the display shows EDIT ? Press 4. Correct/change the number using 0 and v/V. Press 5. Correct/change the name. Press. Deleting a phonebook entry 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to desired entry as above. 3. Press 0, DELETE ? is displayed. 4. Hold 0 down until the number disappears. Deleting all entries in the phonebook 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to any entry as above. 3. Press 0 down until the display shows DELETE ALL ? 4. Hold 0 down until the number disappears.

Caller ID

Caller ID allows you to see who is calling before you answer a call or to see who has called in your absence. If the number is stored in the phonebook, the name is shown instead. Received calls are stored chronologically. The sequence number is shown in the top righthand side of the display. When the memory is full, the oldest number will be deleted automatically as each new call is logged. New calls are indicated in plain text and by the red indicator flashing in standby mode. You must subscribe to this service from your network operator in order for this feature to function. Retrieving and dialling incoming numbers 1. Press v and V to scroll through phone numbers of calls received. 2. Press Q and lift the handset; the number is dialled or wait to return to standby mode. Messages Apart from phone numbers, the display can show: OUT OF AREA No information received, e.g. an international call. PRIVATE

The call comes from a withheld number or a PBX. Number not previously seen. Several calls have been received from this particular person.

Z (double envelope)

Deleting telephone numbers 1. Scroll to the desired entry with v or V. 2. Press 0, DELETE ? is displayed or press down 0 until DELETE ALL ? is displayed. 3. Hold 0 down until the number disappears. Transferring numbers to the phonebook 1. Scroll to the desired entry as described above. 2. Press. 3. Press again. Enter names in the same way as for editing in the phonebook.

On Hold (914c)

Press h to place a call on hold. The call can be resumed by lifting the handset on the same telephone.
Hands free function (only 915c)
1. Press. The hands free function will be activated and the LED indicator next to the button will illuminate. 2. Dial the required telephone number. Adjust the volume using the volume control located on the side of the telephone. 3. Press to terminate the call.

Please note!

If you wish, you can switch between handset and hands free mode by simply pressing or lifting the handset. Please remember that in hands free mode it is only possible for one person at a time to talk.
Set up for New Zealand CID operation
1. Select English language (page 1, Connection/Basic setting ). 2. Select flashtime, R = 600 (page 1, Connection/Basic setting ) 3. Lift and replace the handset.
Important note for NZ users!
In order for the 0/00 prefix to be included when dialling from the CID memory the tasks above must be done. The telephone will add the required prefix in accordance with Telecom NZ guidelines. Note that there may be some incoming international calls which result in number lengths of less than 10 digits, but these are expected to be in the minority. Typical examples are those from the Pacific Islands. These numbers will be displayed as national numbers. Numbers longer than 14 digits will not be displayed correctly and Dial back function should not be used. If a charge for local calls is unacceptable the dial back feature should not be used, refer to page 11.

Troubleshooting

Check that the telephone cord is undamaged and properly plugged in. Disconnect any additional equipment, extension cords and other phones. If the problem is resolved, the fault is with some other equipment. Test the equipment on a known working line (e.g. at a neighbours house). If the equipment works there the fault is probably with your telephone line. Please inform your network operator. If the telephone still does not work, contact the place of purchase for service. Dont forget the receipt or a copy of the invoice.

Declaration of conformity
Doro hereby declares that the product Doro 914c/915c conforms to the essential requirements and other regulations contained in the directives 1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2002/95/EC (ROHS). A copy of the manufacturers declaration is available at www.doro.com/dofc
If you cannot resolve the fault using the faultfinder section, technical support is available by email: tech@doro-uk.com -premium rate telephone number: 0854, calls cost 50 pence per minute (prices correct at the time of publication). You can also contact us in writing (regarding any Spares or Technical query): Customer Services Doro UK Ltd First Floor Bridge House Chiltern Hill Chalfont St. Peter Buckinghamshire, SL9 9UE Further contact details are available on our website: www.doro-uk.com.

Guarantee

This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. In the unlikely event of a fault occurring during this period, please contact the place of purchase. Proof of purchase is required for any service or support needed during the guarantee period. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress, negligence, abnormal usage or any other circumstances attributable to the user.Furthermore, this guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or any other voltage fluctuations.
Australia and New Zealand
Products permitted for connection to the telephone network are marked with in Australia and in New Zealand. These marks indicate the products comply with the regulations and can be legally connected in the country of purchase. If you believe this product is malfunctioning, please refer to the relevant section and/or consult the troubleshooting guide in this manual to ensure that you have followed the instructions carefully. As an alternative you can visit our web site for FAQs or send an e-mail for a prompt reply.
This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Should you experience difficulties with the product, please contact us for assistance. If the product is then found to be faulty you will be asked to return it directly to us with a copy of the purchase receipt. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress negligence, abnormal usage, not reasonably maintained or any other circumstances on the purchasers part. Furthermore, this guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or lightning, excessive or any other voltage fluctuations or faults on the telephone line. (As a matter of precaution, we recommend disconnecting the telephone during a thunderstorm). This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights. AUSTRALIA DORO Australia Pty Ltd PO Box 6646 Silverwater BC NSW 1811 Australia Consumer Support Ph: Ph: 023 Fax: (02) Email: support@doro.com.au Web site: www.doro.com.au NEW ZEALAND Atlas Gentech (NZ) Limited Private Bag 14927 Panmure Auckland New Zealand Consumer Support Ph: 0900-500-25 (Toll Call) Fax: (09) 574-2722 Email: support@atlasgentech.co.nz

REN (RN for New Zealand)

The REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) or (RN) is of significance only if you wish to connect more than 1 telephone to your telephone line. A standard telephone line has a maximum REN capacity of 3 (RN of 5). It is possible to connect 3 devices with a REN of 1 (RN of 1) with no degradation to the products performance. Exceeding this limit may cause the volume of the ringer in any phone to decrease or not ring at all.
Recall Time (Australia and New Zealand only)
Access to additional network services such as Call Waiting can be gained by using the recall button R. Example: when the call waiting tones are heard, press R, listen for the dial tone, then press 2. Please note that some networks require only the R button to be pressed, contact your network operator for more services information. If this product is connected to a business PBX system, press the recall button R followed by the extension number to transfer a call. The standard setting is 100 ms. (600ms for New Zealand).

ALL PRODUCTS

The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item complies with the minimum conditions for connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecoms network services. This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom 111 Emergency Service. This equipment may not provide for the effective hand-over of a call to another device connected to the same line. This equipment should not be used under any circumstances that may constitute a nuisance to other Telecom Customers.

CND PRODUCTS

If a charge for local calls is unacceptable, the DIAL button should NOT be used for local calls. Only the 7 digits of the local number should be dialled from your telephone. DO NOT dial the area code digit or the 0 prefix. Numbers longer than 14 digits will not be displayed correctly and Dial back function should not be used.
Raccordement/Rglages de base
1. Reliez le cordon spiral au combin et la fiche marque q situe au dos du tlphone. 2. 914c: Mettez les piles en place. Voir Mise en place des piles. 915c: Reliez le bloc dalimentation la prise du tlphone marque DC 9V et la prise de courant. 3. Installez le pied de support (voir schma ci-dessous).

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914c/915c

English
Hanging peg for handset Handset volume control Mute button Speed dial button Ringer indicator Store button
7 Phonebook 8 Caller ID/back 9 New number indicator 10Call number 11Scroll UP/DOWN buttons 12Clear/OK button
13One-touch buttons M1-M4 14Button with LED: 914c: Hold 915c:Hands free 15Redial button

Franais

1 Languette de support du combin 2 Touches de rglage du volume du combin 3 Touche Secret 4 Mmoires abrges 5 Tmoin de sonnerie 6 Touche de programmation 7 Rpertoire 8 Touche daccs au Journal des appelants / Retour 9 Tmoin de sonnerie / message / appel manqu 10Touche de numrotation 11Touches de navigation 12Touche pour confirmer/ effacer 13Mmoires directes: M1-M4 14Touche avec LED 914c: GARDE 915c: Mains-libres 15Touche Bis

Connection/Basic setting

1. Connect the spiral cord to the socket on the handset and to the socket marked q on the telephone. 2. 914c: Connect the batteries. See Batteries. 915c: Connect the mains adapter to the socket marked DC 9V on the bottom of the telephone and then to an electrical wall socket. 3. Fit the table stand by following the diagram below.
4. Replace the handset. 5. The display will flash ENGLISH. If not, hold v pressed down for about 4seconds. 6. Scroll to the desired language with v/V. Press 0. 7. Scroll to the desired contrast setting (2=normal) with v/V. Press 0. 8. Scroll to the desired hour (00-23) with v/V. Press 0. 9. Scroll to the desired minute with v/V. Press 0. 10.Scroll to the desired day with v/V. Press 0. 11. Scroll to the desired month with v/V. Press 0. 12. Scroll to the desired pause setting (2 seconds=normal) using v/V. Press 0. 13.Ensure the correct Recall time is displayed (ie: 100 for EU/UK/AUS, 270 France/Portugal and 600 New Zeeland). Press 0. 14.Connect the telephone cord to the network wall socket and to the socket marked T on the telephone. 15.Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone. Changing the clock, language or contrast If you wish to change the clock, language or contrast at any time, repeat steps 5. - 12. as above.

Batteries

In order for Caller ID, memory etc. to function, the device needs four type AAA 1.5V batteries. Only use high quality batteries. When the batteries are running low, the symbol will light up. 1. Unplug the telephone cable and remove the cover. 2. Insert the batteries according to the markings for plus and minus terminals. 3. Replace the battery cover.

The display

In standby mode the date and time is indicated on the display, as well as the number of new phone numbers and the total number of phone numbers that have been stored in the Caller ID memory.

Making a call

Regular dialling 1. Pick up the handset. 2. Enter the desired number. Dialling with correction function If necessary, the telephone number you have dialled can be changed before it is connected. 1. Enter the required number. Mistakes can be deleted using 0. 2. Pick up the handset, the number is dialled.

Call Back

Pick up the handset. Press r to redial the most recently dialled number.

Mute button

Press and hold z to disable the handset microphone, release z to reconnect the microphone.
Volume control Ring signal
The handset volume may be adjusted during a call with Ring volume Ringer tone (915c)

Ring melody

Memory
The telephone has 4 one-touch memories and 10 speed dial numbers. When a number has been saved in these, you only need to press one or two buttons to make a call. The onetouch numbers are M1-M4 and the speed dial numbers are 0-9. Saving memories 1. Press. 2. Enter the phone number (up to 22 digits) using the keypad. Press. 3. Enter name. Press the equivalent digit key once or several times for the first letter. Press. 4. Select M1-M4 by pressing the corresponding button or select a memory location by pressing one of the keypad numbers 0 - 9. Dialling using one-touch memories 1. Pick up the handset and select M1-M4 by pressing the corresponding button. Dialling with speed dial numbers 1. Lift up the handset and press. 2. Select the speed dial number by pressing 0 - 9.

Phonebook

Use the Phonebook to store names and telephone numbers. A stored phone number can be dialled using fewer keystrokes than if it is dialled manually. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the name/number of the caller will be shown when you receive an incoming call (for those numbers stored in the Phonebook or the memories). The Phonebook will store 32 sets of names and phone numbers. Entries in the Phonebook are arranged alphabetically. Each name can be up to 16 characters in length, and telephone numbers can be up to 22 digits in length. Each number key has been allocated certain letters. Storing names/numbers 1. Press b. 2. Press. 3. Press again. 4. Enter the phone number (up to 22 digits) using the keypad. Press. 5. Enter name. Press the equivalent digit key sufficient times for the first letter. Press Press r if you want a pause in the telephone number. Dialling from the phonebook 1. Press b. 2. Scroll among the entries with v/V. Or you can do a quick search by pressing the corresponding number key for the first letter one or more times. 3. Press Q and lift the handset; the number is dialled, or wait to return to standby mode. Changing telephone numbers/names 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to desired entry as above. 3. Press down until the display shows EDIT ? Press 4. Correct/change the number using 0 and v/V. Press 5. Correct/change the name. Press. Deleting a phonebook entry 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to desired entry as above. 3. Press 0, DELETE ? is displayed. 4. Hold 0 down until the number disappears. Deleting all entries in the phonebook 1. Press b. 2. Scroll to any entry as above. 3. Press 0 down until the display shows DELETE ALL ? 4. Hold 0 down until the number disappears.

Caller ID

Caller ID allows you to see who is calling before you answer a call or to see who has called in your absence. If the number is stored in the phonebook, the name is shown instead. Received calls are stored chronologically. The sequence number is shown in the top righthand side of the display. When the memory is full, the oldest number will be deleted automatically as each new call is logged. New calls are indicated in plain text and by the red indicator flashing in standby mode. You must subscribe to this service from your network operator in order for this feature to function. Retrieving and dialling incoming numbers 1. Press v and V to scroll through phone numbers of calls received. 2. Press Q and lift the handset; the number is dialled or wait to return to standby mode. Messages Apart from phone numbers, the display can show: OUT OF AREA No information received, e.g. an international call. PRIVATE T
The call comes from a withheld number or a PBX. Number not previously seen. The call was received while using the Call Waiting function. Several calls have been received from this particular person.

Z (double envelope)

Deleting telephone numbers 1. Scroll to the desired entry with v or V. 2. Press 0, DELETE ? is displayed or press down 0 until DELETE ALL ? is displayed. 3. Hold 0 down until the number disappears. Transferring numbers to the phonebook 1. Scroll to the desired entry as described above. 2. Press. 3. Press again. Enter names in the same way as for editing in the phonebook.

On Hold (914c)

Press h to place a call on hold. The call can be resumed by lifting the handset on the same telephone.
Hands free function (only 915c)
1. Press. The hands free function will be activated and the LED indicator next to the button will illuminate. 2. Dial the required telephone number. Adjust the volume using the volume control located on the side of the telephone. 3. Press to terminate the call.

Please note!

If you wish, you can switch between handset and hands free mode by simply pressing or lifting the handset. Please remember that in hands free mode it is only possible for one person at a time to talk.
Set up for New Zealand CID operation
1. Select English language (page 1, Connection/Basic setting ). 2. Select flashtime, R = 600 (page 1, Connection/Basic setting ) 3. Lift and replace the handset.
Important note for NZ users!
In order for the 0/00 prefix to be included when dialling from the CID memory the tasks above must be done. The telephone will add the required prefix in accordance with Telecom NZ guidelines. Note that there may be some incoming international calls which result in number lengths of less than 10 digits, but these are expected to be in the minority. Typical examples are those from the Pacific Islands. These numbers will be displayed as national numbers. Numbers longer than 14 digits will not be displayed correctly and Dial back function should not be used. If a charge for local calls is unacceptable the dial back feature should not be used, refer to page 11.

Troubleshooting

Check that the telephone cord is undamaged and properly plugged in. Disconnect any additional equipment, extension cords and other phones. If the problem is resolved, the fault is with some other equipment. Test the equipment on a known working line (e.g. at a neighbours house). If the equipment works there the fault is probably with your telephone line. Please inform your network operator. If the telephone still does not work, contact the place of purchase for service. Dont forget the receipt or a copy of the invoice.

Declaration of conformity
Doro hereby declares that the product Doro 914c/915c conforms to the essential requirements and other regulations contained in the directives 1999/5/EC (R&TTE), 2002/95/EC (ROHS). A copy of the manufacturers declaration is available at www.doro.com/dofc
If you cannot resolve the fault using the faultfinder section, technical support is available by email: tech@doro-uk.com -premium rate telephone number: 0854, calls cost 50 pence per minute (prices correct at the time of publication). You can also contact us in writing (regarding any Spares or Technical query): Customer Services Doro UK Ltd First Floor Bridge House Chiltern Hill Chalfont St. Peter Buckinghamshire, SL9 9UE Further contact details are available on our website: www.doro-uk.com.

Guarantee

This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. In the unlikely event of a fault occurring during this period, please contact the place of purchase. Proof of purchase is required for any service or support needed during the guarantee period. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress, negligence, abnormal usage or any other circumstances attributable to the user.Furthermore, this guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or any other voltage fluctuations.
Australia and New Zealand
Products permitted for connection to the telephone network are marked with in Australia and in New Zealand. These marks indicate the products comply with the regulations and can be legally connected in the country of purchase. If you believe this product is malfunctioning, please refer to the relevant section and/or consult the troubleshooting guide in this manual to ensure that you have followed the instructions carefully. As an alternative you can visit our web site for FAQs or send an e-mail for a prompt reply.
This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Should you experience difficulties with the product, please contact us for assistance. If the product is then found to be faulty you will be asked to return it directly to us with a copy of the purchase receipt. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress negligence, abnormal usage, not reasonably maintained or any other circumstances on the purchasers part. Furthermore, this guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or lightning, excessive or any other voltage fluctuations or faults on the telephone line. (As a matter of precaution, we recommend disconnecting the telephone during a thunderstorm). This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights. AUSTRALIA DORO Australia Pty Ltd PO Box 6646 Silverwater BC NSW 1811 Australia Consumer Support Ph: Ph: 023 Fax: (02) Email: support@doro.com.au Web site: www.doro.com.au NEW ZEALAND Atlas Gentech (NZ) Limited Private Bag 14927 Panmure Auckland New Zealand Consumer Support Ph: 0900-500-25 (Toll Call) Fax: (09) 574-2722 Email: support@atlasgentech.co.nz

REN (RN for New Zealand)

The REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) or (RN) is of significance only if you wish to connect more than 1 telephone to your telephone line. A standard telephone line has a maximum REN capacity of 3 (RN of 5). It is possible to connect 3 devices with a REN of 1 (RN of 1) with no degradation to the products performance. Exceeding this limit may cause the volume of the ringer in any phone to decrease or not ring at all.
Recall Time (Australia and New Zealand only)
Access to additional network services such as Call Waiting can be gained by using the recall button R. Example: when the call waiting tones are heard, press R, listen for the dial tone, then press 2. Please note that some networks require only the R button to be pressed, contact your network operator for more services information. If this product is connected to a business PBX system, press the recall button R followed by the extension number to transfer a call. The standard setting is 100 ms. (600ms for New Zealand).

ALL PRODUCTS

The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item complies with the minimum conditions for connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecoms network services. This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom 111 Emergency Service. This equipment may not provide for the effective hand-over of a call to another device connected to the same line. This equipment should not be used under any circumstances that may constitute a nuisance to other Telecom Customers.

CND PRODUCTS

If a charge for local calls is unacceptable, the DIAL button should NOT be used for local calls. Only the 7 digits of the local number should be dialled from your telephone. DO NOT dial the area code digit or the 0 prefix. Numbers longer than 14 digits will not be displayed correctly and Dial back function should not be used.
Raccordement/Rglages de base
1. Reliez le cordon spiral au combin et la fiche marque q situe au dos du tlphone. 2. 914c: Mettez les piles en place. Voir Mise en place des piles. 915c: Reliez le bloc dalimentation la prise du tlphone marque DC 9V et la prise de courant. 3. Installez le pied de support (voir schma ci-dessous).

 

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