Panasonic - 3-line - With LCD Display
3-line backlit LCD Speakerphone 2.5mm headset jackNavi-key operationCompatible with KX-TAW848 and KX-T0151Requires KX-T0141 or KX-T0151 cell station Includes charger base and Li-Ion battery
Part Number: KX-TD7684
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Panasonic KX-TD7684, size: 3.7 MB
User reviews and opinions
|aijo||2:23pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|Great quality ; low price ; comfortable ; Clear sound ; Loud for the person on the other end :D Maybe too loud.. :P|
|linuxgirlie||8:55pm on Tuesday, August 10th, 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. I have had very good luck with most Panasonic products (vs SONY, which for me.|
|bmurray||7:12am on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|i work from home and this is good but not great. i will be upgrading soon is good to start.|
|calhawk||10:06pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010|
|Love this headset! It is super comfortable and makes it so easy to be on the phone while getting other things done... 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|
|Soybean||9:42pm on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|great till it stopped working this thing worked great for about two months then all of a sudden it stopped working.|
|bbreme||6:37am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010|
|Don't take the risk of brain tumors - use a corded headset. 4 ft cord","Clear Reception","Durable","Excellent sound quality".|
|kevvyb||5:35pm on Monday, May 17th, 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.|
|rayo||12:49pm on Sunday, April 25th, 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|
|Ambient||2:29pm on Monday, April 19th, 2010|
|Great quality and price. Works with all my wireless and wired phones that have a 2.5 mm jack Shipping cost|
|trondhuso||8:22pm on Monday, April 12th, 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.|
|deew||10:18pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 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.|
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2.4 GHz Portable Station
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic 2.4 GHz Portable Station. Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use. Please use only the battery provided and charge the battery for about 7 hours before using the handset for the first time. See page 66 for System Requirements.
Document Version 2007-06
Table of Contents
Before Initial Use.... 4
Accessories (included)....4 Installation...5 Battery Installation....5 Charger Connection...5 Charging the Battery...5 Charger Wall Mounting...6 Attaching the Belt Clip and Belt Clip Holder..6
Before Operating the Handset.. 7
Location of Controls...7 Key Lock...8 Meeting Mode....9 Selecting the Display Language...10 Editing the Standby Display Name...10 Editing the Names of the Flexible CO Keys..11 Adjusting the Ringer Volume...12 Adjusting the Ringer Volume or Turning the Ringer off while Ringing.12 Changing the Vibrate Setting...13 Adjusting the Receiver/Speaker/Headset Volume..13 Display....14 Soft Keys...15 Operation Outline....17 Function Menus....18 Function Keys....19 Flexible CO Keys....20
Making Calls...21 Searching for an item stored in the Phonebook..24 Receiving Calls...27 Caller ID....28 During a Conversation...29 Useful Features...30 Making Use of the Voice Mail Service...34
Using the Handset Phonebook... 35
Handset Phonebook...35 Private Ring....35 Storing an Item in the Handset Phonebook..35 Storing a New Item...35 Editing a Stored Item...36 Storing an Item Using the Predialing...37 Storing an Item Using the Outgoing Call Log...37 Storing an Item Using the Incoming Call Log...38 Storing an Item Using the PBX System Phonebook..39 Storing an Item Using the PBX Extension Phonebook.39 Editing Category Names....40 Assigning Hot Keys...41 Entering Characters...42
2 Document Version 2007-06
Character Mode Table... 43 Locking the Handset Phonebook... 44 Locking the Handset Phonebook... 44 Unlocking the Handset Phonebook... 44 Unlocking the Handset Phonebook Temporarily.. 44
Deleting Stored Items... 45
Deleting Stored Items in Handset Phonebook/Hot Key Dial/Outgoing Call Log/Incoming Call Log... 45 Handset Phonebook... 45 Hot Key Dial.... 45 Outgoing Call Log.... 46 Incoming Call Log.... 46
Configuring Handset Settings... 47
Changing the Initial Settings... 47 Handset Setting Menu Layout... 48 Memo Alarm Setting... 55
Troubleshooting and Error Messages.. 57
Troubleshooting... 57 Error Messages.... 59
Important Information... 60
Battery Information... 60 Important Safety Instructions... 61 FCC Information... 63 Customer Information... 64 Other Important Information... 65
Before Initial Use
Please read Important Information on page 60 before using. Read and understand all instructions.
AC adaptor.. One
[Part No.] PQLV207
[Part No.] PSWETD7684M
[Part No.] N4HHGMB00005 or HHR-P103 Battery Cover. One
Belt Clip.. One Belt Clip Holder.. One
[Part No.] PSKE1084Z5 Screws and Washers. Two
[Part No.] PSKE1040Z3
[Part No.] PSYNTD7684MR
[Part No.] Screws: PQHE5004Y Washers: XWG35FJ
To order accessories, call toll free 1-800-332-5368.
Insert the battery, and close the cover as indicated below.
Connect the AC adaptor to the charger. To AC Outlet The AC adaptor should be connected to a vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC outlet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of the adaptor may cause it to become disconnected. Fasten the AC adaptor cord to the cord holder. Use only the Panasonic AC adaptor PQLV207.
Charging the Battery
At the time of shipment, the battery is not charged. Please charge the battery for about 7 hours before using the handset for the first time. When the battery has been completely charged, the charge indicator will change from red to green. For more information, refer to Battery Information on page 60. It is normal for the handset and charger to feel warm while the battery is charging. Keep devices sensitive to magnetic fields away from the charger. Use only the included charger.
Editing the Standby Display Name
You can edit the name of the standby mode display of the handset.
Select Display Option.
Select Standby Display.
Enter name. (max. 16 characters) Press the Joystick. Press the Joystick.
To enter characters, see page 42.
Editing the Names of the Flexible CO Keys
You can edit a name for each flexible CO key of the handset.
Select Key Option.
Select F-CO Key Name.
Select the desired base. (Base 1-4)
Select the desired flexible CO key.
Enter name. (max. 12 characters) Press the Joystick. Press the Joystick.
Adjusting the Ringer Volume
Select Ringer Volume.
Select the desired setting. (Step Up/Step Down/Level 1-6/Off)
To set the ringer pattern, see page 49.
Adjusting the Ringer Volume or Turning the Ringer off while Ringing
While receiving a call [To adjust the ringer volume]
Move the Joystick UP or DOWN to adjust the volume.*1 [To turn the ringer off]
OR Press the Joystick. Press CANCEL.
*1 The adjusted volume level will also be used for subsequent calls.
If you attach the headset while receiving an incoming call, the ring from the handset does not switch to the headset. If you attach the headset before receiving an incoming call, and headset tone is set to on, a tone will be heard from the headset. If Vibrate is set to on, the handset will vibrate whether a headset is attached or not.
Changing the Vibrate Setting
Select Incoming Option.
Select one of the following: Vib.& Ring Vib. Ring Off
To set Vibrate only, without ringing, select Vib.& Ring and set the Ringer Volume to off, or turn Meeting Mode on. (See page 9, 12.)
Adjusting the Receiver/Speaker/Headset Volume
During a conversation
Move the Joystick UP or DOWN to adjust the volume. (Receiver VolumeLevel 1-4, Speaker VolumeLevel 1-6, Headset VolumeLevel 1-4)
Date and Time Display Soft Keys (See page 15.)
Incoming Call Log Status
Within range of a Cell Station (CS)
Call Forwarding (See page 30.) Do Not Disturb (See page 30.) Ringer Volume OFF (See page 12.) Meeting Mode (See page 9.) Vibrate (See page 13.)
Out of range Intercom Indicator Off-hook Status Message Waiting Phonebook Battery Indicator*1
Extension Number To edit the standby display name, see page 10.
Low Needs to be charged. *1 Refer to Battery Information on page 60.
Icons and information shown on the display will vary depending on the context. To select an item shown on the display, press the corresponding soft keys. Opens the Phonebook. Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds locks the Phonebook. Displayed when in Phonebook Lock. Pressing this key and then entering the password (default: 1234), unlocks the Phonebook temporarily. Pressing for more than 2 seconds, then entering the password (default: 1234), unlocks the Phonebook. Stores a new item in the Phonebook. Opens the PBX System Phonebook.
Displayed when in Special character entry mode. Pressing this key switches to Alphabetic character entry mode. Inserts a dialing pause.
Clears digits or characters. Turns the microphone mute on or off during a conversation. Flashes when Mic Mute is on. Turns the ringer off. Opens the main menu. Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds locks all keys. Returns to the previous display.
Opens the PBX Extension Phonebook. Displays the caller information stored in the Handset Phonebook while receiving a call. Displays the caller information stored in the system while receiving a call. Establishes a multiple-party conversation (Conference). Searches for an item in the Phonebook alphabetically. Displayed when in Alphabetic character entry mode. Pressing this key switches to Numeric character entry mode. Displayed when in Numeric character entry mode. Pressing this key switches to Special character entry mode.
Opens the list menu (edit/delete in the Phonebook, etc.). Confirms the entry. Displayed when in Key Lock mode. Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds unlocks the keys. Advances to the next display.
Displays the Outgoing Call Log. Displays the last dialed number. Opens the Incoming Call Log. Used to clear the Memo Alarm display setting. Used to enter an X when storing the Line Access CD. Disconnects the current call and make another call without hanging up. Used to register the handset with the PBX simply. Displayed when it is possible to use an arrow key to make a selection. Displayed when the corresponding soft key has no function.
Opens the Incoming Call Log Group. Used to select an item when in setting mode. Used to select AM or PM when setting the Memo Alarm feature.
Handset functions are accessed through the display menu and selected with the Joystick and soft keys. The guidance display is shown in standby mode for easy operation.
[In standby mode] *1
[Flexible CO Keys]
[Incoming Call Log] *2
[Outgoing Call Log]
[PBX System Phonebook]
[PBX Extension Phonebook]
[Incoming Call Log Group]
*1 You can select whether the guidance display is shown or not. (See page 52.) *2 Moving the Joystick displays the phone number.
To enter characters, see page 42. To search for an item stored in the Phonebook, see page 24.
Press the Joystick to display the main and sub menus. Main MenuWhile in Standby Mode Ringer Volume: Accesses the Ringer Volume setting. New Phonebook: Stores a new item in the Phonebook. Memo Alarm: Accesses the Memo Alarm settings. Setting Handset: Accesses the Setting Handset settings. PBX Program: Enters PBX Personal Programming mode. For PBX Personal Programming, refer to the user documentation for your PBX. Press to exit from PBX Personal Programming mode. Sub MenuWhile Off-hook/During a Conversation Phonebook: Opens the Phonebook. New Phonebook: Stores a new item in the Phonebook. Outgoing Call Log: Enters the Outgoing Call Log. Incoming Call Log: Enters the Incoming Call Log.
Functions of the handset can be activated through the display key list. Move the Joystick to display the feature key list. 1: Redial Redials the last dialed number. 2: Fwd/DND Displays and/or sets Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb. 3: Flash/Recall Disconnects the current call and make another call without hanging up. 4: Auto Answer Answers an incoming call automatically in hands-free mode. A.Ans is displayed in standby mode. 5: Conference Establishes a multiple-party conversation. 6: Pause Inserts a dialing pause. 7: Auto Dial Makes a call through PBX Personal/System Speed Dialing. 0: PBX Program Enters PBX Personal Programming mode. Press PBX Personal Programming mode. to exit from
For PBX Personal Programming, refer to the user documentation for your PBX.
Shortcut Combinations Redial Conference
For operation, see page 21. To edit the function key list, see page 51.
Flexible CO Keys
A flexible CO key can be used either to seize a line in order to make or receive an outside call (F-CO key), or used as a function key. Move the Joystick to display the flexible CO key list. Here you can access the 12 flexible CO keys. The icon shown beside each F-CO key indicates line status similarly to the LED indicators on a Proprietary Telephone; is the same as a green LED, and is the same as a red LED. [Example]
Understanding the F-CO Key Icons*1
(on): (flashing rapidly): (flashing slowly): (on): (flashing rapidly): (flashing slowly): (no icon) You are currently using this line. You have an incoming call on this line. (An outside call is coming in on a single extension.) You have a call on hold on this line. This line is in use by someone else. You have an incoming call on this line. (An outside call is coming in on multiple extensions simultaneously.) Someone has a call on hold on this line. This line is idle.
*1 The meanings of these icons vary depending on the status of the CO line.
To select a key, press its key number, or move the Joystick and press.
to select the desired key
To edit the names of flexible CO keys, see page 11. For more information, refer to the feature documentation for your PBX.
Calling To an extension Extension No. To an outside party To use the Line Access Numbers
OR CO Line Group No. To use Flexible CO Keys (idle CO key no. [0-9, , #]) OR (idle CO key) To use Hot Key Dial*1
Outside Phone No.
(Press the dialing key assigned as a Hot Key for more than 1 second.) To use the Outgoing Call Log*2
To use the Incoming Call Log
To use the Incoming Call Log Group Incoming Call Log Group No. To use the Handset Phonebook*3 Name*4 OR (if required)
Calling To use the PBX System Phonebook*2 *3 Name*4 OR (if required)
To use the PBX Extension Phonebook*3 Name*4 OR One-touch Dialing To store ( PBX Program) OR (F-CO Key) (if required)
Desired No. To dial (One-touch Dialing key) Hot Line To store Desired Phone No. To set/cancel Set Cancel To dial
System Speed Dialing To dial System Speed Dial No. (3 digits) Doorphone Call Doorphone No. (2 digits) Automatic Callback Busy To set While hearing a busy tone To cancel
To answer from an idle extension While hearing a callback ring
To answer from an idle outside line While hearing a callback ring Outside Phone No.
*1 To assign a phone number to a Hot Key, see page 41. *2 When a call is made using the PBX System Phonebook, the called partys name is not stored in the Outgoing Call Log. To log the name as well as the number, copy the item into the Handset Phonebook before dialing it. (See page 39.) *3 To store an item in the Phonebook, see page 35. To search for an item stored in the Phonebook, see page 24. *4 This step can be omitted.
To enter characters, see page 42. You can confirm that the number was dialed correctly before calling (Predialing) by entering the number, then pressing. To clear an entire number while predialing, press for more than 1 second. If an outside call is received from a phone number stored in the Handset Phonebook, the number and name of the caller will be displayed in the call log. To cancel dialing, press. If flashes, move closer to the CS and dial again. For more information, refer to the user documentation for your PBX.
Operation Caller ID
If an outside call that contains Caller ID information (a callers name and telephone number) is received, this information will be logged in the incoming call log and displayed on the handset in one of the two following ways. If the callers information is stored in the PBX, that information can be displayed.
If the callers information is stored in the handset, that information can be displayed.
If information is stored in both the PBX and in the handset for the same caller, you can choose which information will be displayed on the handset. Caller information stored in the PBX is displayed by default. (See Caller ID Disp on page 52.) If you set the handset to display the caller information stored in the handset, caller information stored in the PBX will be displayed if the caller is not stored in the handset. When receiving a call, you can display the information stored in the handset by pressing the information stored in the PBX by pressing. , and display
The caller information can be displayed even if a line access number, outside line number, or P ( ) is stored in the Phonebook. (See Line Access CD on page 54.)
During a Conversation
Transferring a Call To an extension Extension No. To an outside party
OR CO Line Group No.
Holding To hold (Regular Hold)
To hold (Exclusive Call Hold)
To retrieve a call An Intercom Call
An Outside Call (slowly flashing F-CO key [0-9, , #]) OR (slowly flashing F-CO key) Three-party Conference To add another party during a conversation Desired Phone No. (Talk with multiple parties.) To leave a conference (Talk to the new party.)
To return to the call before the transfer destination answers, press. The method used to hold a call depends on the Call Hold mode (Regular Hold/ Exclusive Call Hold). Ask your manager what the current mode is.
When you hold several outside calls, you need to assign F-CO Keys (Single Line/Loop Line/Trunk Group) as necessary beforehand. For more information, refer to the user documentation for your PBX.
Call Forwarding Both Calls Outside Calls Intercom Calls Destination Extension No. OR CO Line Access No. Outside Phone No.
All Calls Busy No answer Busy/No answer
Cancel Follow Me Follow Me Cancel
Your Extension No.
Do Not Disturb Both Calls Outside Calls Intercom Calls Sending a Call Waiting Tone*1 While hearing a busy tone Wait for an answer. Set Cancel
Call Waiting To set/cancel for intercom calls No call Tone To set/cancel for outside calls No tone Tone To talk to the new party (While hearing the Call Waiting tone) To terminate a current status
Using the Handset Phonebook Editing a Stored Item
Editing a Stored Item
OR Enter Press the Left Soft Key. name.*1 Press the Joystick. Move the Joystick UP or DOWN.
OR Edit name. (max. 16 characters) Press the Joystick. Move the Joystick UP or DOWN.
Edit phone number. (max. 32 digits) Press the Joystick. Select the desired category number (1-9) or Off.
Press the Joystick. Press the Joystick for Save. *1 This step can be omitted.
To enter characters, see page 42. To search for an item in the Phonebook, see page 24. The valid digits are 0 through 9, , #, P ( ). to delete To change a character or digit, move the Joystick to highlight it, press it, then enter the new character or digit. To clear an entire line, press for more than 1 second. To move the cursor to the left or right, move the Joystick or
Using the Handset Phonebook Storing an Item Using the Predialing
Storing an Item Using the Predialing
Enter phone number. (max. 32 digits) Press the Joystick. OR Press the Joystick. Move the Joystick UP or DOWN.
Enter name. (max. 16 characters)
Edit phone number. OR (max. 32 digits)
Storing an Item Using the Outgoing Call Log
Press the Right Soft Key.
Select the desired item.
Select Save Phonebook.
Enter a name, phone number, and select the category number (1-9) or Off.*1 Press the Joystick. *1 Press Press the Joystick for Save.
to confirm each entry. (name: max. 16 characters/phone number: 32 digits)
When storing an outside phone number, the line access number will be stored automatically. The line access number must be identical to the handsets Line Access CD setting (Other Option). (See page 54.)
Using the Handset Phonebook Storing an Item Using the Incoming Call Log
Storing an Item Using the Incoming Call Log
Press the Right Soft Key. OR
Press the Right Soft Key. Select the desired item. Press the Joystick.
Sub Item Register H/S Cancel Base
Description Registers a handset to a base. Cancels the registration of a handset. Selects a base.
Setting Base 1-4 Base 1-4 Auto Base 1-4
Default Not stored
Selects whether to lock the System Option set or not.
Before registering your handset Enter the PIN numwith a PBX, enter the PBXs PIN ber. (max. 8 digits) here. Once you have registered the handset with a PBX, this PIN can be changed so that the handset can be registered to an additional PBX.
*1 Only registered base is shown. *2 You can select multiple bases simultaneously. *3 Password is required. (4 digits)
Sub Item Change Password Description Changes the handset password (4 digits) used for unlocking the Handset Phonebook and using the Reset Handset option. Setting Enter Old Password. Enter New Password. Verify New Password. Line Access CD Enters the line access code that Select a number, then No.1: 9 matches the setting of your PBX. enter the code. (max. No.2: 8XX*1 Three access line codes can be 6 digits) No.3: Not Stored stored. Returns the handset settings to its default settings. Enter Password. (4 digits) Select the desired item(s). Press OK. *1 XX is identical to the CO line group number, and 8XX represents any 3-digit code starting with 8. Not stored 1234 Default
Configuring Handset Settings Memo Alarm Setting
Memo Alarm Setting
An alarm will sound at the set time. A memo can also be displayed. Memo Alarm is available only when handset is within range of a CS. To set
Memo Press the Joystick.
Select the alarm number. (1-3)
[Select the Alarm modeOnce/Daily] [Once] Enter date and time.*1 [Daily] Enter the time. Press the Joystick. [Select the Alarm modeWeekly]*2 Enter time. Select the desired Press the Right Press the Joyday of the week. Soft Key. stick. Enter memo. Press the Joystick. [Select the Alarm modeOff] Press the Joystick for Save. Press the Joystick. Enter memo. Press the Joystick. Press the Joystick for Save.
Press the Joystick. *2 A
*1 You can select the format for the date and time. (See page 52.) will be displayed next to a day of the week that have been set.
You can select the ringer/LED/vibrate pattern for each Memo Alarm. (See page 50.) If you are on a call at the time that the alarm is set to sound, it will sound after you have ended the call.
To delete the alarm mode setting
To stop the alarm
Press all keys other than soft keys.
Troubleshooting and Error Messages
Problem The handset does not work.
Possible Cause The battery is drained.
Solution Charge the battery fully. (See Charging the Battery on page 5.) Turn it ON. (See Location of Controls on page 7.) Re-insert the battery and try again. (See Battery Installation on page 5.)
The power is OFF.
The handset does not ring. You cannot make/ receive a call.
Ringer volume is set to Off.
Adjust the ringer volume level. (See Adjusting the Ringer Volume on page 12.) Move closer to the CS or try again later. Try again later.
The handset is out of range, or the CS is busy. The radio channel is busy, or a radio communication error occurred.
You cannot dial.
The number that you dialed is restricted by the PBX. Key lock mode is ON.
Consult your dealer. To cancel the mode, press the Joystick for about 2 seconds. (See Key Lock on page 8.) Try again later.
The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error occurred. The handset stops working during operation.
Turn the handset off, then turn it back on. (See Location of Controls on page 7.) Re-insert the battery and try again. (See Battery Installation on page 5.)
You cannot use the handset during a power failure. The headset does not work.
The handset will not function during a power failure because the PBX stops emitting radiowaves. A headset tone cannot be heard when receiving an incoming call when the headset is attached. Make sure the headset tone setting is set to on. (See Incoming Option on page 49.) Make sure the headset jack is connected properly. (See Location of Controls on page 7.)
The tone from the headset cannot be changed to a bell or melody. Noise is frequently heard.
The headset tone is a specific tone and is not related to the Incoming Option settings (Ringer Type). Set the handset and CS away from other electrical appliances. Move closer to the CS. 57
Problem Possible Cause Solution Move closer to the CS.
Two short beeps are The radio signal is weak. heard during a conversation. The charge indicator flashes red rapidly. The charger is not connected properly.
Make sure the battery is inserted properly. Set the handset in the charger properly.
You charged the bat- The battery charge contacts may tery for 7 hours, but be dirty. the beep tones sound, and (needs to be charged) flashes after It is time to change the battery. a few telephone calls. While operating the These are normal conditions. handset, the AC adaptor feels warm. While charging the battery, the handset feels warm.
Clean the battery charge contacts without damaging them and charge once more. Replace with a new one.
Error Message Register Unit
Possible Cause The handset has been canceled or the handset has not been registered. The handset is out of range. The CS is turned off.
Solution Consult your dealer.
Move closer to the CS. Make sure the power cord is connected.
PS Not Connected CS Busy Please Wait. Charge Battery No Entries
The called handset is out of range Try again later. or is not turned on. The CS is busy. The handset is connecting to the CS or PBX. The handset battery has little charge remaining. When trying to view the Phonebook: No items have been stored. (See Storing an Item in the Handset Phonebook on page 35.) When trying to view the Incoming or Outgoing Call Log: No logs have been stored. The Phonebook is full and cannot Remove unnecessary data in the store the new item. Phonebook and try again. The numbers you entered are invalid. Recheck your entry (max. 5 digits) and try again. Consult your dealer. Try again later. Wait for a moment. Charge the battery fully. (See Charging the Battery on page 5.)
Memory Full Incorrect Entry Need Repair 1(-2)
After your Panasonic battery is fully charged (at 25 C [77 F]):
Operation While in use (Talk) While not in use (Standby) Operating Time Up to about 10 h Up to about 168 h
Operating time may be shorter than listed above depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature. The battery will drain slowly even while the handset is turned off. The handset can receive calls while charging. Battery consumption increases when the handset is used out of range. If power off the handset. flashes,
Low Battery Warning
The battery needs to be charged in the following situations: flashes, and the alarm sounds*1. Charge Battery is displayed. In this situation, the handset cannot be operated.
*1 If the low battery warning occurs during a conversation, the call will be automatically disconnected one minute after the alarm sounds.
Replacing the Battery
If flashes after using the phone for a short time, even when the battery has been fully charged, the battery should be replaced. Before replacing the battery, make sure the low battery warning is displayed, then turn off the power to prevent memory loss. Replace the battery and charge the new battery for about 7 hours. If you replace the battery before the low battery warnings appears, the battery strength icon may display an incorrect reading. In this case, use the handset as normal with the new battery installed. When the low battery warning is displayed, charge the battery for about 7 hours. The battery strength icon will then display the correct reading. 1. Turn the power off to prevent memory loss. 2. Press the notch on the cover firmly and slide it as indicated by the arrow. 3. Open the cover and replace the battery. 4. Close the cover and charge the handset. Please use a Panasonic battery with the service part number N4HHGMB00005 or HHR-P103. This product is powered by a recyclable nickel-metal hydride battery. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery. There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
Important Safety Instructions
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions, including those below, should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons. 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this product. 3. Unplug the charger from the AC outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Clean with a damp cloth. 4. Do not use the product near water, for example, near a bathtub, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. 5. Place the charger on a stable surface. 6. The product should never be placed near or over a radiator or other heat source. 7. The charger should only be connected to the type of electric power supply specified on the charger label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. 8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate the charger where the power cord may be stepped on or tripped on. 9. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not overload AC outlets and extension cords. 10. Do not insert objects of any kind into this product through openings, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. 11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product. Only qualified personnel should service this product. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock. 12. Unplug the charger from the AC outlet and have the product serviced by qualified service personnel in the following cases: A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. B. If liquid has been spilled on the product. C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. D. If the product does not work normally by following this manual. Adjust only controls covered by this manual. Improper adjustment may require repair by an authorized service center. E. If the product has been dropped or damaged. F. If the products performance deteriorates. 13. Avoid using a wired telephone during an electrical storm. There is a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 14. Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak to report the leak. 15. When you operate this product, the AC outlets should be near the product and easily accessible.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions. 1. Use only the AC adaptor, battery and charger indicated in this manual. 2. Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. They may explode. Check with local authorities for special disposal instructions. 3. Do not open or disassemble the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte is toxic if swallowed. 4. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery to conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns. 5. Charge the battery provided with, or identified for use with, this product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual. 6. There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this product. WARNING TO PREVENT POSSIBLE FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Unplug the charger from AC outlets if it emits smoke, an abnormal smell or makes unusual noise. These conditions can cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that smoke has stopped and contact an authorized service center. When programming emergency numbers and/or making test calls to emergency numbers: 1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call before hanging up. 2. Perform such activities during off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening.
Privacy of communications cannot be ensured when using this phone. Radio Frequency Exposure Requirements This product complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, it must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions. For handset body-worn operation, this handset must be used with the provided plastic belt clip holder, which assures no metal parts and minimum of 1.5 cm (9/16 in) spacing from the users body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Note This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Using this telephone near 2.4 GHz electrical appliances may cause interference to one or both devices. Move away from the electrical appliances.
Important Information Customer Information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the inside of the battery compartment of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the following product identifier: US: ACJKXNANKX-TD7684 If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company. If trouble is experienced with this equipment KX-TD7684, for repair or warranty information, please contact: Panasonic Service and Technology Company BTS Center 1225 Northbrook Parkway Suite 1-216 Suwanee GA 30024 If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. Hearing Aid Compatibility This telephone provides magnetic coupling for hearing aids as defined by the FCC in 47 CFR Section 68.316. Use only handsets or other acoustic devices with this equipment that are compliant with the hearing aid compatibility requirements of FCC Part 68. When you hold the phone to your ear, noise might be heard in your Hearing Aid. Some Hearing Aids are not adequately shielded from external RF (radio frequency) energy. If noise occurs, use an optional headset accessory or the speakerphone option (if applicable) when using this phone. Consult your audiologist or Hearing Aid manufacturer about the availability of Hearing Aids which provide adequate shielding to RF energy commonly emitted by digital devices.
Other Important Information
Environmentdo not place the product in rooms where the temperature is less than 5 C (41 F) or greater than 40 C (104 F). Allow 10 cm (3-15/16 in) clearance around the product for proper ventilation. Avoid environments with excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, shock, or direct sunlight. Medicalconsult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers, to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF (radio frequency) energy. (The product operates in the frequency range of 2,401 MHz to 2,480 MHz and emits 0.40 watts of RF [radio frequency] power.) Do not use the product in health care facilities if any regulations posted in the area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using devices sensitive to external RF (radio frequency) energy. Routine Carewipe the product with a soft cloth. Do not clean the product with abrasive powder or with chemical agents such as benzene or thinner. Clean the terminal of the charger periodically. When you leave the product unused for a long period of time, unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet. For Product Service Panasonic Service Centers are listed in the service center directory. Call 1-800-211-PANA (7262) for the location of your nearest authorized service center. Panasonics e-mail address for customer inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY To return a product for repair Carefully pack and send it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom, to the outside of the carton. DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices, as they are not equipped to make repairs. Product Service Panasonic Factory Service Centers for this product are listed in the service center directory. Consult your certified Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.
For Best Performance
Operating Range 1. The range of operation depends on the topography of your office, weather, or usage conditions, because signals are transmitted between the CS and the handset by radio waves. 2. Normally, you get greater range outdoors than indoors. If there are obstacles such as walls, noise may interfere with your telephone calls. In particular, high metal shelves or reinforced concrete walls will restrict your operating range. 3. A handset may not work when it is too far from the CS depending on the structure of the building. Noise Occasional noise or interference may occur due to electromagnetic radiation from objects such as refrigerators, microwave ovens, faxes, TVs, radios, or personal computers. If noise disturbs your telephone calls, keep the handset away from these electrical appliances. We strongly suggest you hold the bottom half of the handset to ensure better call quality. Because, the antenna is located in the upper half of the handset.
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Quick Reference Guide for Single Line Telephone
To make calls Intercom: Operator: Extn. no. 0 * 9 * + Phone no.
Personal speed dialing: * + + Personal speed dialing no. System speed dialing: * + System speed dialing no. Redial: # * When a line is busy Reserving a busy line: 6 * 1 *
Sending a call waiting tone:
To pick up someone's call Specified extension: Group: 40 * 41 * + Group no. During a conversation Holding: Retrieving: Transferring: + + 50 * 50 * + Holding: Retrieving: Transferring: + 50 * + Extn. no.
To pick up someone's call Specified extension: Group: 40 * 41 * + Group no. During a conversation + + 50 * 50 * + + Extn. no.
+ Phone no.
+ Phone no. + 50 *
Answering a call waiting:
* You can change the flexible numbers to other numbers for easier use. If you want to change the numbers, consult your dealer.
Frequently used features at your extension
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