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Comments to date: 8. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
RPL 2:31pm on Monday, August 30th, 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
NomdePlume 10:18pm on Thursday, August 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.
seababy 8:39am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 
Don't take the risk of brain tumors - use a corded headset. 4 ft cord","Clear Reception","Durable","Excellent sound quality". Works like a charm. Clear Reception None
reseda 5:35pm on Tuesday, August 24th, 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.
padixer 5:52pm on Wednesday, April 7th, 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.
Reynoldssa 2:13pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010 
Love this headset! It is super comfortable and makes it so easy to be on the phone while getting other things done...
NooBee 7:18pm on Tuesday, March 23rd, 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. 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
tangodude 8:28pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
I have had very good luck with most Panasonic products (vs SONY, which for me. Great quality ; low price ; comfortable ; Clear sound ; Loud for the person on the other end :D Maybe too loud.. :P 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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Switches to Voicemail history for internet calls. Rejects the 2nd call. Places the internet call on hold.

Connections

When connecting the AC adaptor to the base unit, a short beep will be heard. If it is not heard, check the connections.
Cordless camera KX-TGA914EX users only Soft key icon B A v Action

(220240 V, 50 Hz)

Adjusts the display brightness. Switches between Zoom In and Normal mode. Selects the audio detection sensitivity.
To telephone network Use only the included AC adaptor and telephone line cord.
Note: L When connecting the telephone line cord to the telephone network, use the included telephone line cord or telephone plug appropriate to your country, noted on page 6. L Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. L The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.)
USB adaptor KX-TGA915EX users only Soft key icon D G F Action
Allows you to make an internet call. Switches to Outgoing call history for internet calls. Switches to Incoming call history for internet calls.
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L 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. Location L For maximum distance and noise-free operation, place your base unit: away from electrical appliances such as TVs, radios, personal computers or other phones. in a convenient, high and central location.
2 Insert the batteries negative (T) end
first. Close the handset cover.

Battery charge

Place the handset on the base unit for about 7 hours before initial use. When charging, Charging will be displayed. When the batteries are fully charged, Charge Completed will be displayed. L While charging, the charge indicator on the handset lights in amber. When the batteries are fully charged, the charge indicator lights in green.
Battery installation/replacement
Important: L Use only the included rechargeable batteries noted on page 6, 8. L When replacing batteries, we recommend using the Panasonic rechargeable batteries noted on page 7, 8. L Wipe the battery ends (S, T) with a dry cloth. L When installing the batteries, avoid touching the battery ends (S, T) or the unit contacts.

Charge contact

1 Press the notch on the handset cover
firmly and slide it in the direction of the arrow. L When replacing batteries, remove the old batteries positive (S) end first.
Note: L It is normal for the handset to feel warm during charging. L If you want to use the unit immediately, charge the batteries for at least 15 minutes. L Clean the charge contacts of the handset and base unit with a soft, dry cloth once a month, otherwise the batteries may not charge properly. Clean more often if the unit is exposed to grease, dust, or high humidity.

L If you want to erase all numbers in the list, select Erase All, then press L.

Redial feature

Previously dialled phone numbers (each 48 digits max.) can be redialled. To make a call using the redial list The last 10 phone numbers dialled are stored in the redial list.

4 Yes i L i {ih}

To store a number from the redial list into the handset phonebook

the desired number.

3 {C} / {s}
L If {s} is pressed and the other partys line is engaged, the unit will automatically redial up to 11 more times. While the handset is waiting to redial, the ringer indicator will flash. To cancel, press {ih}.
3 Add Phonebook i L 4 Name i L 5 Enter a name (16 characters max.; page

59). i L

6 <Save> i L i {ih}
L You can also press g to save the entry. L To assign a category to the entry, continue from step 7, Adding entries to the handset phonebook, page 19.
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Other features

Voice enhancer You can change the tone quality of the receiver while you are on a call. be answered, but all other functions are disabled while key lock is on. To turn key lock on, press J (centre of joystick) for about 2 seconds. L I is displayed. L To turn key lock off, press I (centre of joystick) for about 2 seconds. {R} button (to use the recall feature) Germany/Austria: {R} is used to access special telephone services, such as call waiting. If your telephone line supports call waiting, you can press {R} to switch between the first and second caller during a conversation. Contact your service provider/telephone company for details. Other countries: {R} is used to access optional telephone services. Contact your service provider/telephone company for details. Note: L If your unit is connected to a PBX (private branch exchange), pressing {R} can allow you to access certain features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call. Consult your PBX dealer for details. L You can change the recall time (page 34). Pause button (for PBX/long distance service users) A pause is sometimes required when making calls using a PBX or long distance service. Example: If you have to dial {0} before dialling outside numbers manually, you will probably need to pause after dialling {0} until you hear a dial tone.
1 Press J during a call. 2 Voice Enhancer i L 3 High Tone or Low Tone i L
L d is displayed. Call share A 2nd handset can join an existing outside call. To join the conversation, press {C} / {s} when the other handset is on an outside call. Call privacy Call privacy allows you to prevent other users from joining your conversations with outside callers. To allow other users to join your conversations, leave this feature off. The default setting is Off.

11 Disconnect the audio cable from the
handset. Erasing a ringtone
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Cust. Ringtone i L List i L
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5 Select the desired item. i J 6 Erase i L 7 Yes i L i {ih}
Renaming a ringtone Turning night mode on/off
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Cust. Ringtone i L List i L Select the desired item. i J Rename i L Edit the name (10 characters max.; page 59). i L i {ih}
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Night Mode i L On/Off i L On or Off i L i {ih} L When the night mode is set, f is displayed.

Night mode

Night mode allows you to select a block of time during which the handset will not ring for outside calls. This feature is useful for times when you do not want to be disturbed, for example, while sleeping. Night mode can be set independently for the handset and the base unit (page 34). Using the handset phonebooks category feature (page 19), you can also select categories of callers whose calls will override night mode and ring the handset (Caller ID subscribers only). Set the date and time beforehand (page 15). Setting the start and end time for night mode
Setting the ring delay for night mode This setting allows the handset to ring during night mode if the caller waits long enough. After the selected amount of time passes, the handset will ring. If you select No Ringing, the handset will never ring during night mode.
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Night Mode i L Ring Delay i L Select the desired setting. i L i {ih}
Note: L When the answering system answers the call, this feature does not work. Selecting categories to bypass night mode
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Night Mode i L Start/End i L Enter the desired hour and minute you wish to start this feature. wish to end this feature.
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Ringer Setup i L Night Mode i L Select Category i L Select the desired category numbers. itiL L Selected category numbers are indicated by a Q. L To cancel a selected category number, select the number again, then press t.
6 Enter the desired hour and minute you 7 L i {ih}

6 {ih}

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Display setup

Selecting wallpaper
You can select the wallpaper shown on the display in standby mode.
Baby monitor (additional handset required)

Using the baby monitor

This feature allows you to listen in on a room where another handset is located, allowing you to easily monitor from different areas of the house. The monitored handset (placed in a babys room, for example) will automatically call the monitoring handset when it detects sound. Perform the following procedure with the handset to be monitored (for example, the handset placed in the babys room).
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Display Setup i L Wallpaper i L Push the joystick up or down to select the desired picture. L You can switch between the picture list and the picture view by pressing b or c.

5 L i {ih}

Note: L If you select No Picture, the display colour will be changed to the colour you selected for display colour (page 30). L The preset wallpaper patterns in this product are used with permission of Digital Vision.
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Baby Monitor i L On/Off i L On i L Select the desired handset number to monitor with. i L L Baby Monitor will be displayed.
Selecting a display colour 3 4
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Display Setup i L Display Colour i L Select the desired colour. i L i {ih}
Note: L The monitoring handset will answer calls automatically when the auto intercom feature is set to On (page 32). L The monitored handset cannot be used while baby monitor is set to On. To cancel monitoring; J i On/Off i L i Off i L i {ih} Baby monitor sensitivity You can adjust the sensitivity of the baby monitor. Increase or decrease the sensitivity to adjust the sound level needed to trigger the baby monitor feature. L This feature cannot be set during a monitoring call.
Changing the display contrast
This feature is available for wallpaper and display icons.
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Display Setup i L Contrast i L Push the joystick up or down to select the desired contrast. i L i {ih}
1 Press J on the handset being

monitored.

2 Sensitivity i L
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the desired setting. i L i {ih}
Changing the LetterWise language
You can change which language is used for LetterWise character entry (page 60, 61).

Other options

Assigning/changing handset names
Each handset can be given a customised name (Bob, Kitchen, etc.). This is useful when you have multiple handsets. Turn this feature on to display the handset name in standby mode. The default setting is Off.

Category features for handset phonebook
Categories can help you identify who is calling by using different ringtones and display colours for different categories of callers. When adding an entry to the handset phonebook you can assign it to the desired category (page 19). When a call is received from a caller assigned to a category, the categorys display colour and ringtone you selected are used. Changing category ringtones If you select Ext. Ringtone, the unit will use the external ringtone you set on page 27 when calls from this category are received. The default setting is Ext. Ringtone.
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KX-TG9150 or USB adaptor registered model: J (centre of joystick) i 3 i L iJ
Audible call for shared phonebook
Audible call allows you to know who is calling without looking at the display. If you record an audible call announcement for a shared phonebook entry (page 23), the audible call recording will be announced when you receive a call from that person. Note: L If the handset ringer is turned off, audible call announcements will not be heard.
2 Category i L 3 Select a category. i L 4 Select the current setting of the category

ringtone. i L

5 Select the desired item. i L
Ext. Ringtone The ringtone assigned for external calls. Press {ih} to finish. Preset Ringtones Ringtones stored in the handset at the time of purchase. User Ringtones Ringtones you stored in the handset (page 28).

Caller list

Viewing the caller list and calling back 1 J (centre of joystick) i j i L 2 Push the joystick down to search from
the most recent call. Push the joystick up to search from the oldest call. L If the item has already been viewed or answered, Q is displayed, even if it was viewed or answered using another handset. L To erase the item, press W. i Yes i L
6 Select the desired ringtone. i L
i {ih} Changing category display colours If you select Display Colour, the unit will use the display colour you set on page 30 when calls from this category are received. The default setting is Display Colour.
3 {C} / {s} Editing a callers phone number before calling back 1 J (centre of joystick) i j i L 2 Push the joystick up or down to display

the desired entry.

colour. i L
5 Select the desired colour. i L i
3 J i Edit and Call i L 4 Edit the number.
L Press dial key ({0} to {9}) to add, {C/T} to delete.
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Erasing caller information 1 J (centre of joystick) i j i L 2 Push the joystick up or down to display
the desired entry. i J L For more information on using the units answering system and your service provider/telephone companys voice mail service, see page 53.

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Italy/Spain: SMS messages can be sent and received using the public mailbox or any one of the 6 public keys. The public keys are password protected to ensure privacy only when you receive messages. Important: L To use a public key, you must first create it by storing its name and password (page 47). Note: L Germany/France/Italy/Spain: A total of 47 messages (at 160 characters/message) in all mailboxes added together can be saved. Total number may be more than 47 if length of messages is less than 160 characters/message. Other countries: A total of 47 messages (at 160 characters/message) can be saved. Total number may be more than 47 if length of messages is less than 160 characters/message. L If the unit is connected to a PBX system, you may not be able to use SMS features.
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Turning SMS on/off

1 Germany/France:
J (centre of joystick) i X i L i Public i L Other countries: J (centre of joystick) i X i L
2 Settings i L 3 SMS On/Off i L 4 On or Off i L i {ih}
Note: L For PBX users: You need to add the PBX line access number and a dialling pause to the beginning of the Message Centre 1 phone number. If you only use the Message Centre 1 phone number for SMS, store the Message Centre 1 phone number as is (without adding a line access number or dialling pause) to Message Centre 2.
Storing SMS message centre numbers
SMS message centre telephone numbers must be stored in order to send and receive SMS messages. Message Centre 1 is used for sending/receiving SMS messages, and Message centre 2 is used for receiving messages. L Consult your service provider/telephone company for more information.
Registering/cancelling SMS service (Spain only)
Before you sending and receiving SMS messages, you must register for SMS service.
J (centre of joystick) i X i L Settings i L SMS Account i L To register for SMS service Register SMS i L To cancel SMS service Cancel SMS i L L The unit will send a message to your SMS provider to register or cancel your SMS service.
2 Settings i L 3 Message Centre1 or Message

Centre2 i L

Sending a message
Writing and sending a new message (to a phone) 1 Germany/France:
J (centre of joystick) i X i L To access the public mailbox Public i L

4 Enter the number.

L Belgium: In order to receive SMS messages, you must store your terminal number after the Message centre 2 number and tell it to the sender.

5 L i Save i L i {ih}

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To access a private mailbox Select the desired mailbox. i L i Enter its password. Other countries: J (centre of joystick) i X i L Example: The other partys phone number is 123456 and their mailbox number is 1. Enter 1234561.
5 To save the message, select Yes. i

2 Create i L

L If ^Use Last Text? is displayed, you can use the text from the last message you created by pushing the joystick up.
6 To send the message, press L.
L To cancel sending, press {ih}. Note: L This unit supports SMS messages of up to 612 characters (Italy/Spain: 640 characters), however, the maximum number of characters you can send or receive may be limited by your SMS service provider/telephone company. Consult your SMS service provider/telephone company for details. L Italy/Spain: The remaining number of characters that can be entered is displayed next to j. Your service provider/telephone company may treat long messages differently from other messages. Consult your service provider/telephone company for details. Other countries: If your message contains over 160 characters, the message is divided into multiple messages (up to 4). You can confirm how many messages are required to send your text by the number shown on the display (1, 2, 3, or 4). The remaining number of characters that can be entered is displayed next to j. Your service provider/telephone company may treat long messages (messages over 160 characters long) differently from other messages. Consult your service provider/telephone company for details. L If your phone is connected to a PBX, store the PBX line access number (page 48). Selecting a specific terminal when sending a message (Italy/Spain) When sending a message to a party which has more than one SMS-compatible phone,
3 Enter the message (page 59). i L

L j is displayed.

4 Belgium:
Enter the destination number followed by the receivers terminal number (20 digits max.). i L
Other countries: Enter the destination phone number (20 digits max./19 digits max. for France). iL L Using the handset phonebook: n i Select the handset phonebook entry. i M When only 1 phone number is stored L When 2 or more phone numbers are stored Select the desired phone number. i L 2 times L Using the caller list: Push the joystick up or down to select the party. i L 2 times L Using the redial list: Press j repeatedly to select the phone number. i L 2 times L Germany: If you wish to send the message to the other partys mailbox, enter the other partys mailbox number after the destination phone number.

2 Edit and Call i L 3 Edit the number. i {C} / {s} / L
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Note: L To receive SMS messages using a mailbox, inform others of your mailbox number. L If you forget the password assigned to a private mailbox, reset the base unit (page 35). Note that all SMS messages will be erased and SMS-related settings (page 46) will also be reset. when sending you an SMS message, the message will be received by this unit only.
J (centre of joystick) i X i L Settings i L Terminal No. i L Enter the desired number (1 to 9). i L
Note: L To receive SMS messages with this unit specifically, inform others of the terminal number assigned to it.
Changing private mailbox settings (Germany/France)
You can change the password or name of the private mailbox and erase the mailbox.
J (centre of joystick) i X i L Public i L Settings i L Private Mailbox i L Select the desired mailbox name. i L 2 times
Storing/changing the public keys (Italy/Spain)
Public keys are similar to mailboxes, and allow you to password protect your received messages. You can create 6 public keys and assign a password to each. You can change the password or name of the public key and erase the public key.
6 Enter the mailboxs 4-digit password. 7 Edit the mailbox name (5 characters
max.; page 59). i L L To erase the mailbox, press and hold {C/T}. i L i Yes i L i {ih}
J (centre of joystick) i X i L Settings i L Public Key i L Select the desired public key (Public Key1 to Public Key6) i L L To change a public key, select the public key. i L 2 times i Enter the 4-digit public key password. i Go to step 5. L To erase the public key, select the public key. i L 2 times i Enter the 4-digit public key password. i Press and hold {C/T}. i L i Yes i L i {ih} characters max., page 59). i L
8 Enter a 4-digit password for the mailbox.

9 Save i L i {ih}

Note: L If you erase a mailbox, its messages will also be erased.
Assigning a terminal number to the base unit (Italy/Spain)
If you have more than one SMS-compatible telephone, you can allow outside parties to send SMS messages to this unit specifically by assigning it a terminal number. If an outside party enters this terminal number
5 Enter a name for the public key (Enter a 4-digit password for the public

key. i L

7 Save i L i {ih}
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Note: L To receive SMS messages with your public key, inform others of your public key name. L If you change the name of a public key which has messages in the receive list, the messages will remain in the receive list under the new public key name. L If you erase a public key which has messages in the receive list, the messages will also be erased. L If you forget the password assigned to a public key, reset the base unit (page 35). Note that all SMS messages will be erased and SMS-related settings (page 46) will also be reset.

6 Wait until Enter Base PIN is
displayed, then enter the base unit PIN (default: 0000), then press L. L When the handset has been registered successfully, w will stop flashing. If keytones are turned on (page 31), a confirmation tone will be heard.

5 L i Yes i L

L Please Wait. will be displayed and a long beep will sound. L The handset does not beep when cancelling its own registration.
6 {ih} Cancelling a base unit
A handset can be registered to a maximum of 4 base units. A handset can cancel a base unit that it is registered to. This allows the handset to forget the base unit.

Selecting a base unit

When Auto is selected, the handset will automatically use any available base unit it is registered to. When a specific base unit is selected, the handset will make and receive calls using that base unit only. If the handset is out of range of that base unit, no calls can be made.
1 J (centre of joystick) i m i L 2 Select Base i L 3 Select the desired base unit number, or
Auto. i L L The handset starts searching for the base unit.
J (centre of joystick) i m i L Registration i L Enter 335. Cancel Base i L Select the base unit(s) you want to cancel. i t L The selected base unit number(s) are indicated by a Q. L To cancel a selected base unit number, press t again. L A long beep will sound.

Cancelling a handset

A maximum of 6 handsets can be registered to a base unit. A handset can cancel its own registration (or the registration of another handset) that is stored in the base unit. This will allow the base unit to forget the handset.

6 L i Yes i L 7 {ih}

Note: L To register the handset to another base unit or to the same base unit again, see manual registration (page 54).
1 J (centre of joystick) i L i L
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Multi-unit Operation Increasing the range of the base unit
You can increase the signal range of the base unit by using a DECT repeater. Please use only the Panasonic DECT repeater noted on page 7. Consult your Panasonic dealer for details. Important: L Before registering the repeater to this base unit, you must turn the repeater mode on. L Do not use more than one repeater at a time. L You cannot make a monitoring connection via a DECT repeater. (Cordless camera KX-TGA914EX users only) Setting the repeater mode {INT} i Select handset 2 (desired handset number). i P / {C} / {s}

Removing the belt clip

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Character entry

The dial keys are used to enter characters and numbers. Each dial key has multiple characters assigned to it. The available character entry modes are Alphabet Y, Numeric Z, Greek o, Extended 1 q, Extended 2 r, and Cyrillic p. For SMS messages, Alphabet Y, Numeric Z, Greek o, and Extended q modes are available. When in these entry modes except Numeric, you can select which character is entered by pressing a dial key repeatedly. Use the joystick to move the cursor. Press dial keys to enter characters and numbers. When you press {1}, a list of symbols is displayed. Select the desired symbol then press L to insert the selected symbol, or press a to insert additional symbols. Press {C/T} to erase the character or number highlighted by the cursor. Press and hold {C/T} to erase all characters or numbers. Press {*} to switch between uppercase and lowercase. To enter another character located on the same dial key, push the joystick right to move the cursor to the next space, then press the appropriate dial key. (This is not necessary when entering text in LetterWise mode.)

Character entry modes

Several character entry modes can be used when entering text. The characters that can be entered depend on the entry mode. LetterWise LetterWise is a simplified text entry system which suggests the most likely letter to follow the previously entered letter. Each time you press a dial key, the letter most likely to be used is displayed. If the suggested character is incorrect, press {#} repeatedly to display the desired character. You can change the language which LetterWise uses to base its suggestions on (page 31).
Characters available in each character entry mode
When the unit displays the character entry screen: Press right soft key repeatedly to select a character entry mode. Note: L For character entry when writing SMS messages, see page 61. Y Alphabet character table
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Z Numeric entry table

o Greek character table
q Extended 1 character table
L The following are used for both uppercase and lowercase: r Extended 2 character table
L The following are used for both uppercase and lowercase: p Cyrillic character table
X LetterWise character table (for English)
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X LetterWise character table (for Dutch)
When writing SMS messages
Y Alphabet character table
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q Extended character table
L The following are used for both uppercase and lowercase:
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The SMS message centre number is logged in the caller list but a message was not received. FD is displayed.
FE is displayed. E0 is displayed.
Q is not displayed after I read a message.
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Useful Information Answering system
Problem The unit does not record new messages. Cause & solution L The answering system is turned off. Turn it on (page 49). L The recording time is set to Greeting Only. Select 1 Minute or 3 Minutes (page 53). L If you subscribe to the voice mail service, messages are recorded by your service provider/telephone company not your telephone. Change the units Number of Rings setting so that the units answering system can answer the call before the voice mail service or consult your service provider/telephone company (page 53). L The recording time is set to Greeting Only. Select 1 Minute or 3 Minutes (page 53). L The base unit or another handset is being used. Wait for the other user to finish. L A caller is leaving a message. Wait for the caller to finish. L The handset is too far from the base unit. Move closer. L Another handset is being used. Wait for the other user to finish. L A caller is leaving a message. Wait for the caller to finish. L You are entering the wrong remote access code. If you forget the remote access code, store a new remote access code and try again (page 51). L You are pressing the dial keys too quickly. Press each key firmly. L The answering system is turned off. Turn it on (page 52). L You are using a pulse telephone. Try again using a touch tone phone. L A call is being received. Answer the call and try again later.
The other party complains that they cannot leave a message. I cannot operate the answering system with the handset.
When I try to operate the answering system with the base unit, {s} flashes for a few seconds and I cannot operate the answering system. I cannot operate the answering system remotely.
While recording a greeting message or listening to messages, the unit rings and recording stops.
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Specifications

Standard: DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications), GAP (Generic Access Profile) Number of channels: 120 Duplex Channels Frequency range: 1.88 GHz to 1.90 GHz Duplex procedure: TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) Channel spacing: 1,728 kHz Bit rate: 1,152 kbit/s Modulation: GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying) RF transmission power: Approx. 250 mW Voice coding: ADPCM 32 kbit/s Power source: 220240 V, 50 Hz Power consumption, Base unit: Standby: Approx. 1.9 W Maximum: Approx. 6.8 W Operating conditions: 5 C40 C, 20 %80 % relative air humidity (dry) Dimensions: Base unit: Approx. 63 mm 173 mm 99 mm Handset: Approx. 156 mm 49 mm 34 mm Mass (weight): Base unit: Approx. 250 g Handset: Approx. 140 g Note: L Specifications are subject to change.
L The illustrations used in these operating instructions may differ slightly from the actual product. L The range of the handset under maximum conditions is 50 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors. Please note it will probably be shortened when near concrete barriers, etc. Connections: L The unit will not work during a power failure. We recommend you connect a standard telephone on the same line for power protection.
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A Additional base units: 54 Additional handsets: 54 Alarm: 27 Answering calls: 18 Answering system: 49 Listening to messages: 50 Remote operation: 51 Settings: 53 Turning on/off: 49 Audible call: 23, 24, 37 Auto intercom: 32 Auto talk: 18, 31 B Base unit Cancelling: 55 Selecting: 55 Settings: 33 Battery Charge: 13 Installation: 13 Performance: 14 Replacement: 13 Strength: 14 Belt clip: 6, 58 C Call-by-Call: 22 Caller ID service: 36 Calling code: 32 Call privacy: 17 Call share: 17 Category: 19 Display colours: 37 Ringtones: 36 Chain dial: 22 Character entry: 59 Conference calls: 56 Connections: 12 Copy Phonebook: 57 Cordless camera: 3, 4 Customise ringtones: 28 D Date and time: 15 Display Colour: 30 Contrast: 30 H

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Icons: 10 Language: 15 Wallpaper: 30 Handset Cancelling: 55 Locator: 18 Power on/off: 14 Registration: 54 Settings: 25 Intercom: 56 Key lock: 17 Keytones: 31 LetterWise: 31, 60, 61 Making calls: 16 Memo alarm: 27 Message alert: 31 Missed calls: 36 Monitor Baby monitor: 30 Mute: 17 Night mode Base unit: 34 Handset: 29 One touch dial: 21 Pause: 17 Phonebook copy: 57 Phonebooks Handset phonebook: 19 Shared phonebook: 23 PIN Base unit: 35 Power on/off: 14 Recall: 17, 34 Recording Audible call: 23 Greeting message: 49 Redialling: 16 Redial list: 16 Region setting: 35 Registration: 54 Repeater: 56 Ringtones: 27 Screen saver mode: 14 SMS feature: 39 Speakerphone: 16

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T Time adjustment: 15 Transfer calls: 56 U USB adaptor: 3, 4 V Voice enhancer: 17 Voice mail: 38 Volume Receiver: 16 Ringer (Base unit): 34 Ringer (Handset): 27 Speakerphone: 16
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