Panasonic KX-TCD960 Manual
Panasonic KX-TCD960, size: 1.6 MB
Capacity: 600 mAh Voltage: 3.6V Battery type: Ni-MH Compatible part numbers: HHR-P101E HHR-P101E/1B Compatible models: KX-TCD560 KX-TCD950 KX-TCD960 KX-TCD970 CD560ES KX-TCA10CE KX-TCD970E KX-TCD970E-B
Part Number: CS-P101CL-72906764
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User reviews and opinions
|mhoogstraat||9:46pm on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|Great quality ; low price ; comfortable ; Clear sound ; Loud for the person on the other end :D Maybe too loud.. :P|
|johnkosta||1:23pm on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|Don't take the risk of brain tumors - use a corded headset. 4 ft cord","Clear Reception","Durable","Excellent sound quality".|
|davidgwhitman||11:26pm on Wednesday, July 14th, 2010|
|Love this headset! It is super comfortable and makes it so easy to be on the phone while getting other things done...|
|jman||7:41pm on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|Unfortunately, I have 4 slipped disks in my neck for which the pain radiates down my arm and into my hand. Great for high noise area's Clear Reception","Durable","Easy Controls|
|Mikecni||6:15am on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|Excellent headset Great sound quality with my Panasonic cordless phone. I had one before but broke it putting it on over my baseball cap. great till it stopped working this thing worked great for about two months then all of a sudden it stopped working.|
|affert||4:05am on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|I would not buy a Panasonic KX-TCA60 Headset again. I expect phone headsets to last longer than five months before failing like this one did.|
|remi2000||4:20pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010|
|i work from home and this is good but not great. i will be upgrading soon is good to start.|
|sacharja||2:47pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|I purchased 6 of these for my technicians to use. Hands free operation in a noisy environment while they walk, climb ladders and use hand tools.|
|louiej99||5:00pm on Thursday, March 25th, 2010|
|Just bought 2 more of these. The first broke after 4 years but I like them so much I keep buying. Very clear on both ends. Keeps one ear free. Bought this headset last week. Very happy so far. Clear Reception","Durable|
|heng||8:57pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|This is not a PC headset, it works great with my AT&T 2-line desk phone. Slips on easily, ear piece is comfortable. Great quality and price. Works with all my wireless and wired phones that have a 2.5 mm jack Shipping cost|
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Auto Button (p. 35)
Power/Ringer Button (p. 17)
Base unit display
The clock needs adjusting (p. 23).
Your greeting message was not recorded correctly. Record it again (p. 20).
The unit is in the programming mode for the answering system.
The speaker volume level is set to "5". You can select: 9 levels (08) while using the answering system (p. 20, 60). 8 levels (18) while using the speakerphone KX-TCD970E-B only (p. 29). 12 messages have been recorded.
When the number of messages (Ex. 64 messages) flashes rapidly, memory is full. Erase some or all of the messages (p. 62). The recording time is set to "greeting only" (p. 24).
When SELECT is pressed to page another handset or answer a page from another handset, the handset number is displayed.
This display shows all of the possible configurations.
The handset is in the stand-by mode. The base unit number is displayed (p. 17). You can select displaying either the base unit number, handset number or no display by programming (p. 80). The display shows the length of the call during a conversation. (Ex: 1 hour, 30 minutes, and 40 seconds) You can select displaying either the length of the call or dialled telephone number display by programming (p. 48). The paging and paged handset numbers are displayed. (Ex. Handset 1 is paging handset 2.) The length of the intercom call between the handsets or the base unit is displayed (p. 37, 88). When you press (Talk), " " is displayed. The call prohibition mode is set to ON (p. 49). To cancel the mode, see page 49. When dialling, the dialled phone number flashes. The dialled number is a restricted number (p. 50). To cancel the number, see page 51. The key lock mode is ON. To cancel the mode, see page 39.
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The handset is in range of the base unit. Receiving/dialling/programming functions can be performed. The handset is out of range. Move closer to the base unit.
The handset is being paged from another unit.
The handset is paging another unit and/or the unit is in the intercom mode (p. 37, 86, 88). The unit is making or answering a call. An outside call is received.
The unit is in the direct call mode (p. 52). The unit is in the call prohibition mode (p. 49). The unit is in the programming mode (p. 18, 35). The handset is operating the answering system remotely (p. 70). The present battery strength is displayed (p. 16).
(Redial/Pause) is pressed during dialling or while storing a phone number. (Recall) is pressed when dialling in the TONE mode. is pressed when dialling in the TONE mode. is pressed when dialling in the TONE mode.
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Installing the Battery in the Handset
Install the battery and the battery cord as shown. Then install the handset cover.
If the rechargeable battery is not inserted correctly, the handset will not work.
1 Plug in the AC adaptor cord and the telephone line cord to the bottom of the unit.
Fasten the cords to prevent them from being disconnected. Hooks
AC Adaptor KX-TCA11E
Telephone Line Cord
2 Connect the cords as shown.
To Mains Outlet (AC 230240V, 50 Hz) AC Adaptor
*The abbreviation TNV means "Telephone Network Voltage".
To B.T. Socket
USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR KX-TCA11E. Be sure not to confuse the telephone line jack with the AC adaptor jack on the base unit. If connected improperly, the base unit will not work and damage may occur. The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.) To connect a standard telephone on the same line, see page 101. CONNECTION OF POWER SUPPLY This apparatus is intended for use when powered by the KX-TCA11E. Using other power supplies will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus.
At the time of shipment, the battery is not charged. To charge, place the handset on the base unit. Please charge the battery for at least 3 hours before initial use. Once the handset is placed on the base unit, the charge indicator ( ) lights.
Charge Indicator (
You can check the present battery strength on the display. The battery strength is as shown in the chart below. Display prompt Battery strength The battery is fully charged. The battery strength is medium. The battery strength is low.
The battery needs to be charged.
3. Dial a number you are familiar with. 4. If the call is successful, you are connected to a tone exchange. Therefore, leave the dialling mode as TONE. 5. If the call is not successful, you are connected to a pulse exchange. Therefore, set the dialling mode to PULSE.
Installing the Handset Clip
If necessary, you can attach the handset clip so you can hang the handset on your belt or pocket.
To remove the handset clip
Preparing the Answering System
You can record a personal greeting message. If not, one of two pre-recorded greetings will be played when a call is received (p. 21). All messages (greeting, incoming, memo, etc.) are stored in digital memory (p. 60). The total recording time is about 15 minutes. The greeting recording time is limited to 2 minutes and 30 seconds. We recommend you record a brief greeting message (see the sample below) in order to leave more time for recording new messages.
To record a greeting message
and hold for 1 Press 2 seconds to record your about
GREETING Stop Button GREETING Button
greeting. A long beep sounds. beep, talk clearly 2 After the longaway from the MIC about 20 cm (microphone). The base unit display shows the elapsed recording time. press (Stop). 3 When finished, recorded greeting, To check the press GREETING briefly. To change the message, repeat from step 1.
MIC To increase the volume, press (Volume). To decrease, press (Volume).
Greeting message sample
"Hello, this is (your name and/or number). Sorry I cannot take your call. Please leave a message after the beep. Thank you."
To erase the recorded greeting message
Press GREETING briefly played. press ERASE while the message is being
The unit will answer a call with a pre-recorded greeting.
Pre-recorded greeting message
If you do not record a greeting message (p. 20), one of the following two messages will be played when a call is received depending on the callers recording time (p. 24). To check the pre-recorded greeting, press GREETING briefly. A pre-recorded greeting will be played as below. When the recording time is set to "1 minute" or "unlimited"; "Hello, we are not available now. Please leave your name, message and phone number after the beep. We will return your call." When the recording time is set to "greeting only"; "Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please call back later."
GREETING Button ERASE Button
Programming Summary for the Answering System
You can program the following functions by using the handset near the base unit. See the noted pages for details. Be sure that the power is ON (p. 17) and you are in the stand-by mode. Lift the handset, then press (Program), and then INT (Intercom).
" " is displayed on the handset. "P" is displayed on the base unit.
If " " flashes on the handset display and an alarm tone sounds, move closer to the base unit. Then try again. If " " flashes on the handset display, you cannot program while the base unit speakerphone is in use.
To adjust the time and day, press 0. To set the remote code, press 1. To select the number of rings, press 2. To select the callers recording time, press 3. To set the greeting monitor function, press 4. To set the VOX SENS function, press 7.
(page 23) (page 64) (page 24) (page 24) (page 25) (page 25)
The base unit display shows numbers or characters related to the adjustment or setting.
When finished, press
A confirmation tone sounds. *
To cancel during programming, press (Program), then start from the beginning. If 6 beeps sound on the base unit during programming, a wrong key was pressed. Enter the correct number again.
*What the confirmation tone means
1 beep: The new programmed setting or selection is done. 2 beeps: The setting or selection is the same as the previous one. 6 beeps: The setting or selection is not correct. Try again from the beginning.
Time and Day Adjustment
Voice Time/Day Stamp: During playback, a synthesized voice will announce the time and day when each message was recorded.
1 Press (Program), then (Intercom). 2 Press " is. displayed on the handset. "
"P" is displayed on the base unit. 0. 3 Press" is displayed on the base unit. " "Set time" is announced. The time/day will be heard if it was adjusted beforehand.
Enter the current time (hour and minute) by using a 4 digit number. (Ex. To set 9:30, enter "0930".) The entered number is displayed on the base unit. to select "AM" or "PM". repeatedly to set the day. The unit announces the day.
5 Press Press
finished, press (Program). 6 When unit announces the time/day. The clock starts working. The In step 4, you cannot enter numbers greater than 12. (To set 13:00 hours, enter "0100" and select "PM" by pressing ).
The accuracy of the clock is approximately 45 seconds a month at room temperature. If a power failure occurs, the adjusted time/day may be erased.
To check the time/day
The current time/day is heard. When finished, press
Selecting the Callers Recording Time
You may select the callers recording time as either "1 minute", "unlimited" or "greeting only". The factory preset is "unlimited". 1. Press 2. Press. (Program), then I NT (Intercom).
" " is displayed on the handset. "P" is displayed on the base unit. 3. Press 3. The current setting is displayed on the base unit. 1: 1 minute 2: unlimited (factory preset) 3: greeting only 4. Press 1 , 2 or 3 to select the recording time. The setting is displayed. 5. When finished, press (Program). When you select "greeting only", "--" is displayed on the base unit. If you select "greeting only", the unit will answer a call with the greeting message, and then hang up. The unit will not record any messages.
Selecting the Number of Rings
You may select the number of rings before the answering system answers a call, from 1 to 7 or AUTO (for Toll Saver). The factory preset is AUTO. 1. Press 2. Press. (Program), then I NT (Intercom).
3. Press 2. The current setting is displayed on the base unit. 4. Press a dialling button 0 to 7 to set the number of rings. 0: Selects "AUTO". "A" is displayed. 17: The unit will answer after the selected number of rings. 5. When finished, press (Program).
Toll Saver (When set to "AUTO")
When you call the unit from a touch tone telephone: If the unit answers on the 2nd ring, there is at least one new message. If the unit answers on the 5th ring, there are no new messages. Hang up when you hear the 3rd ring. This will save you the toll charge for the call.
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Setting the VOX SENS Function
The VOX SENS function is preset to 1 (HIGH). If the unit continues to operate after a caller hangs up or there are long pauses between or after messages, set to 2 (LOW). 1. Press 2. Press. (Program), then I NT (Intercom).
Pressing (Redial/Pause) once creates a pause. This prevents misdialling when you redial or dial a stored number. Pressing (Redial/Pause) more than once increases the length of the pause between numbers.
Setting the pause timing
You can select the pause timing, 3 seconds or 5 seconds, according to your PBX requirements. The factory preset is 1 (3 seconds).
(Program), then I NT (Intercom).
Ex. 5 seconds is selected.
3 Enter the base unit password (p. 47).
3. 4 Press current pause timing is displayed. The
5 To select 5 seconds, press OR
The setting is displayed.
To select 3 seconds, press 1.
(Program). 6 When finished, press sounds. A confirmation tone
Setting the Time Break Recall/EARTH mode
If your unit is installed behind a PBX with an earth function, you must select the earth mode. The factory preset is 1 (Time Break Recall).
Ex. EARTH is selected.
2. 4 Presscurrent setting is displayed. The
To select "EARTH", press 2. OR To select "Time Break Recall", press 1 , then 2.
OR Ex. Time Break Recall is selected.
6 A confirmation tone sounds.
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Temporary Tone Dialling
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users)
Before dialling access numbers which require tone dialling, you must press the following buttons.
1. Press 2. Press 3. Press (Program). (Tone). (Program).
On the base unit (KX-TCD970E-B only)
Press (Tone) before entering access numbers which require tone dialling. The dialling mode changes to tone. You can enter numbers to access an answering system, electronic banking service, etc. When you hang up, the mode will return to pulse.
Using the Recall Feature
(Recall) is used to access special telephone services (optional) such as call waiting. Contact your telephone company business office for details. Example: British Telecom call waiting When a call waiting tone is heard during a conversation: a) To hold the existing call and accept the waiting call Press (Recall). Each time you press (Recall), you can switch between the first and second call. b) To accept the waiting call and hang up the existing call Press (Talk) or (Digital speakerphone). When the unit rings, press (Talk) or (Digital speakerphone) to answer the new call. c) To reject the waiting call Wait for the call waiting to time out. This will take about 40 seconds. If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing (Recall) allows you to access some features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call.
1 Press" and " (Program), then " " are displayed. 2 Press
Cordless Telephone (Advanced Operations)
5 ---5 ---- ---Intercom Button INT Cancel Button Program Button
3 Enter the current base unit password. 4
Enter the new password using a 4 digit number twice. If you misdial, press (Cancel) and enter the number twice again. A confirmation tone sounds. " " and " " go out and the base unit password is stored.
Selecting the Talk Mode Display
You can select displaying either the length of the call or the dialled telephone number while in the talk mode. The factory preset is 1 (length of the call).
3 , then Presscurrent setting. is displayed. The
Ex. "Dialled telephone number" is selected.
3 To select."dialled telephone number display", press 0
OR To select "length of the call", press 1. The setting is displayed.
You can prohibit anyone from making a call with your handset except for emergency calls (999, 112). Only incoming calls are accepted. The factory preset is 0 (OFF).
Setting the Call Prohibition Mode
1 Press (Program). 2 Press 4 , then 1. the handset password (p. 46). 3 Enter current setting is displayed. The 4 Press 1 (ON). 5 When finished, presssounds.(Program). A confirmation tone
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" " is displayed. The unit will switch to the call prohibition mode.
Cancelling the Call Prohibition Mode
1 Press (Program). 2 Press 4 , then 1. the handset password (p. 46). 3 Enter current setting is displayed. The When finished, presssounds.(Program). A confirmation tone
Press 0 (OFF).
" " goes out. The unit will cancel the call prohibition mode.
In case you forget your password, please consult with your nearest Panasonic Service Center.
You can restrict desired handset(s)/base unit from dialling selected telephone numbers. For selected handset(s)/base unit, you can assign up to 6 call restriction numbers (up to 8 digits). After storing, all telephone numbers beginning with the restricted digits cannot be dialled out. For example, if "00" is assigned as the call restriction number, international calls cannot be made. The factory preset is OFF.
Setting the Call Restricted Handset(s)/ Base Unit and Call Restriction Number(s)
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The base unit number is displayed as 0.
the base unit password (p. 3 Enter current registered handset 47). The number(s)/base unit are displayed. The current restricted handset number(s)/base unit are flashing.
4 Presstothe handset number(s)/base unit you want restrict using the dialling buttons.
The selected handset number(s)/base unit flash(es). If you misdial, press the number(s) again.
Ex. Handsets 2 and 6 are restricted.
call restriction digits. 6 Enter amisdial, press number up to 8and enter If you (Cancel) the number again.
Ex. 0190 is entered.
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(Program). 7 Presscall restriction number is stored. The
A confirmation tone sounds. To set the next call restriction number, enter the number, then press (Program).
8 When finished, presssounds.(Program). A confirmation tone
Intercom Button INT Cancel Button Program Button
Cancelling the call restricted handset(s)/base unit
Follow steps 1 to 3. In step 4, enter the desired handset number(s)/base unit. The cancelled handset number(s)/base unit stop(s) flashing. When finished, press (Program) until you return to the stand-by mode.
Cancelling the call restriction number(s)
Follow steps 1 to 4. In step 5, press number you want to cancel is displayed. Then press (Cancel). (Program) until the call restriction
The call restriction number is cleared. When finished, press (Program) until you return to the stand-by mode.
You can store a number in the direct call memory. This feature allows you to make a call easily by pressing (Talk). You can store a direct call number in each handset, if more than one handset is registered (p. 76).
Setting the Direct Call Mode
After storing the direct call number, the unit will automatically switch to the direct call mode.
4 , then Presscurrent stored. number is displayed. The If the current stored number is the same as the number you want to set, skip to step 4.
number 3 Enter the phonepress up to 24 digits. enter If you misdial, (Cancel) and the number again.
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" " is displayed. The unit will automatically switch to the direct call mode.
" " is displayed on the handset. "P" is displayed on the base unit. 3. Press 1.
The display goes out.
5. When finished, press
To cancel this program, reprogram a new remote code (p. 64).
The shaded boxes are voice prompts. Press 1 to play back all messages. Press 2 for other functions. Press 2. Press 1 to play back new messages. Press 2 for other functions. Press 2. Press 1 to record your message. Press 2 for other functions. Press 2. Press 1 to erase all messages. Press 2 for other functions. Press 2. Press 1 to record your greeting. Press 2 for other functions. Press 2. Press 1. Press 7 to record your greeting. Press 9 to end recording. Press 1. Erase all messages. Press 1. Please leave your message. Press 1. New message playback. Press 1. All message playback.
All Message Playback All of the recorded messages are played back. At the end of the last message, "End of final message" and the remaining recording time are announced.
New Message Playback Only new messages are played back.
Recording a Memo Message You can leave a personal message. 1. Talk after you hear "Please leave your message." 2. When you finish recording, hang up.
Erase All Messages All of the recorded messages (except the greeting message) are erased.
Recording a Greeting Message You can re-record your greeting message. 1. Press 7. You hear a voice prompt followed by a long beep. 2. Talk after the long beep. 3. When you finish recording, press 9. 4. Your greeting will be played back for confirmation. 3 seconds after playback, the voice menu will start from the beginning. If you hear "Memory is full." after playback, erase some or all of the messages (p. 68).
Direct Remote Operation
Once you have entered the remote code, you can also control your unit by direct commands instead of using the voice menu. To end the remote operation, hang up anytime.
NEW MESSAGE PLAYBACK ALL MESSAGE PLAYBACK REPEAT (During playback) SKIP (During playback) STOP (During playback)
Only new messages are played back. All of the messages are played back. The current message is repeated. The current message is skipped. The next message is played. Playback is stopped temporarily. To resume playback, press 9 again within 15 seconds, or the voice menu will start. A long beep sounds. Talk immediately after the long beep. The recording is stopped. The recorded message is played.
To end the remote operation, press The messages are saved.
If you hear "Memory is full." after playback, erase some or all of the messages (p. 71).
If commands are not entered after you press INT (Intercom) and will start the following voice menu: "Press 4 to playback new messages. Press 5 to playback all messages." You can enter direct commands even when the voice menu has started. , the unit
Only new messages are played back. All of the messages are played back. The current message is repeated.
The current message is skipped. The next message is played. Playback is stopped temporarily. To resume playback, press 9 again within 15 seconds, or the voice menu (p. 70) will start. The current message is erased. A short beep will sound and the next message is played.
ERASING A SPECIFIC MESSAGE (During playback) ERASING ALL MESSAGES ANSWERING SYSTEM OFF ANSWERING SYSTEM ON
All of the recorded messages are erased. A long beep and "No message" are heard. The answering system is turned off and will not answer calls until turned on again. The answering system is turned on and is in the stand-by mode for receiving calls.
Recording your telephone conversation with the handset
You can record your telephone conversation. 1. During a conversation with the handset, press " " is displayed on the handset. (Program), then.
2. Continue your conversation. 3. When finished, press (Program), then.
When you record your 2-way telephone conversation, you should inform the other party that the conversation is being recorded. A beep sounds every 15 seconds while recording your conversation. You cannot record a conversation with the base unit. If " " goes out in step 2, memory may be full.
Remote Operation Card
OPERATION WITH THE HANDSET Press INT (Intercom), then.
Enter the desired direct commands as below. To playback new messages, press 4. To playback all messages, press 5. To repeat a message, press 1. To skip a message, press 2. (For more functions, see the other side of this card.) To end the remote operation, press (Talk).
Answering System Chapter 4
OPERATION FROM A TOUCH TONE PHONE Call your unit. No. 0
Enter your remote code
The handset number is displayed.
There are four types of bell selection. The factory preset is 1 (all handsets).
All handsets (p. 85)
When a call is received, all of the handsets will ring at the same time.
Cyclic (p. 82)
You can make the handsets ring in their handset number order. (Handset 1, then Handset 2, etc.) When "Cyclic" is selected, you can select the ring count (1 to 6) for the other handsets. The factory preset is 3 rings.
Selecting the handsets (p. 83) You can select which handset(s) you want to ring. Selecting the first handset (p. 84)
One handset will ring first, then all of the handsets will ring if the first handset does not answer the call. You can select which handset will ring first and the ring count (1 to 6) until all of the handsets ring.
You can make the handsets ring in their handset number order (Handset 1, then Handset 2, etc.). When "Cyclic" is selected, you can select the ring count (1 to 6) for the other handsets. The factory preset is 3 rings.
1 Press (Program), then (Intercom). 2 Press 1. the base unit 3 Enter current settingpassword (p. 47). The is displayed.
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1 : All handsets 2 : Cyclic 3 : Selecting the handset(s) 4 : Selecting the first handset 2. 4 Press"Cycliccurrent ring count" is displayed. The
Ex. "Cyclic3 rings" is selected.
If you dont want to change the current "Ring count", go to step 6. 1 to 6 to select the
Ex. "5 rings" is selected.
5 Press a dialling button ring count.
Selecting the Handsets
You can select which handset(s) you want to ring.
the base unit 3 Enter current settingpassword (p. 47). The is displayed.
3. 4 Presscurrent registered handset number(s) The is/are displayed. The current selected handset number(s) is/are flashing.
Ex. Handsets 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are registered.
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the handset number(s) 5 Press the dialling buttons. you want to ring using The selected handset number(s) flash(es). If you misdial, press the number(s) again. You must enter a handset number. If you do not enter a handset number, (Program) will not be accepted in step 6.
Ex. Handsets 1 and 5 will ring.
To change the handset(s) you want to ring, repeat from step 1.
Selecting the First Handset
1 Press 2 Press 1.
4. 4 Presscurrent registered handset number(s) The is/are displayed. The current selected handset number(s) is/are flashing. the handset number 5 Press the dialling buttons. you want to ring using The selected handset number flashes. If you misdial, press the number again. You must enter a handset number. If you do not enter a handset number, (Program) will not be accepted in step 6. finished, press (Program). 6 Whenhandset number is stored. The The current ring count is displayed.
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Ex. Handset 1 will ring.
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7 Press a dialling button, ring count.
1 to 6 to select the
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Selecting All Handsets
To change the handset you want to ring, repeat from step 1.
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4 Press 1. 5 When finished, presssounds.(Program). A confirmation tone
Intercom between the Handset(s) and the Base Unit
A 2-way intercom is available between one of the handsets and base unit when another handset is not having an outside call. The base unit user can page the handset users individually or at one time.
Paging all the handsets from the base unit (all paging)
The base unit user can talk with the handset user who answered the page first. 1. Base unit: Press (Locator/Intercom).
All the handsets ring for 1 minute. To stop paging, press (Locator/Intercom). 2. One of the handsets: Press 3. Base unit: Talk into the MIC. 4. The handset who answered first or base unit: To end the intercom, press (Talk) or (Locator/Intercom). (Talk) to answer.
Paging a handset from the base unit (individual paging)
The base unit user can page one of the handsets by selecting the handset number. You can confirm the handset number by performing "Selecting the Stand-by Mode Display" (p. 80). 1. Base unit: Press SELECT to display the handset number which you want to page, then press (Locator/Intercom). The handset rings for 1 minute. To stop paging, press (Locator/Intercom). 2. Handset : Press to answer. (Talk)
Talk Button MIC SELECT Button
3. Base unit: Talk into the MIC. 4. Handset or base unit: To end the intercom, press (Talk) or (Locator/Intercom).
The intercom can be used during a call. This feature enables you to transfer a call between a handset and the base unit.
From the base unit to a handset
1. Base unit: During a call, press SELECT to display the handset number which you want to page, then press (Locator/Intercom). The call is put on hold. If the handset user does not answer, press 2. Handset: Press 3. Transferring a call: Base unit: Press (Talk) to answer the page. (Locator/Intercom). (Locator/Intercom).
The transfer is completed. The handset can answer the call. OR Ending the intercom: Base unit: Press (Digital speakerphone). The base unit returns to the call.
Intercom between Handsets
A 2-way intercom is available between the handsets. (Ex. Handset 1 is paging Handset 2.)
1 Handset 1: Press
I NT (Intercom) and then press the desired handset number using the dialling buttons.
Adding Another Phone
This unit will not function during a power failure. To connect a standard telephone on the same line, use a T-adaptor.
Before Requesting Help
Cordless Telephone Problem
An alarm tone sounds when you press (Talk).
You are too far from the base unit. Move closer and try again. Plug in the AC adaptor. Raise the base unit antenna. If more than one handset is registered, another handset or the base unit speakerphone is in use. The handset is out of range. Move closer to the base unit and make the call again. Make sure that the AC adaptor is connected. Locate the handset and base unit away from other electrical appliances (p. 5). Move closer to the base unit. Raise the base unit antenna. The power is OFF. Turn the power ON (p. 17). The base unit ringer volume is set to 1 (low). Select 2 (medium) or 3 (high) (p. 33).
A busy tone sounds when you press (Talk).
" " flashes during a conversation and the call is disconnected.
Static, sound cuts in/out, fades. Interference from other electrical units. The handset does not operate or ring. The base unit does not ring.
You cannot dial.
The dialling mode setting is incorrect. Please check the dialling mode (p. 18). The unit is in the call prohibition mode. To cancel the mode, see page 49. The number which you dialled is restricted. To cancel the number, see page 51. Key lock mode is set. To cancel the mode, see page 39. You cannot store a phone number while the unit is in the talk or intercom mode. Do not pause for over 60 seconds while storing. To answer the call, press (Talk) or (Digital speakerphone) (KX-TCD970E-B only). Start from the beginning after hanging up. The handset is too far from the base unit. The handset is engaged in an outside call. Wait until the in use indicator ( ) goes out. The paged handset is not in the same radio area. The paged handset is engaged in an outside call. The handset number has been cancelled or the handset has not been registered. Register the handset in the base unit (p. 76, 96).
You cannot store a phone number in memory.
While programming, the unit starts to ring and stops the program.
(Locator/Intercom) does not function.
The paged handset does not answer.
You cannot program items, such as the dialling mode. While using the intercom between handsets or the base unit, a call waiting tone sounds.
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