Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus
Here you can find all about Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus like manual and other informations. For example: review.
Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus manual (user guide) is ready to download for free.
On the bottom of page users can write a review. If you own a Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus please write about it to help other people. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus photo ]
Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus, size: 660 KB
Siemens Gigaset 2015 Plus
User reviews and opinions
No opinions have been provided. Be the first and add a new opinion/review.
Accepting an external call
Another handset is ringing (e.g. in the case of direct dialling-in). You can accept the incoming external call for that unit. c BR Press the key on the handset or remove the unit from the charging unit. The connection is set up.
Terminating the call
Replace the handset in the base station or the charging unit. The call is disconnected. a or Disconnect the call (hang up). If the handset was in protect mode, it will remain in this mode after you press a.
Switching off the microphone (mute function)
When conducting a call with an external party, you can switch off the microphone to consult with somebody else in the room, for example. The external caller is put on hold and cannot listen in. Music is played for the caller on hold. Press the key on the handset. The microphone is switched off. Consult somebody in the room. Switch on the Symbole D , FYou are reconnected with the *) Die grnen microphone. und H auf den Tasten dienen zum external caller. besseren Auffinden bzw. Wiedererkennen von Funktionen
und werden bei Aufruf auch im Diplay angezeigt.
Calling an external number
Press this key (off-hook). You hear dial tone. Enter the required number on the keypad of the handset. You can then check this number on the display.
Dialling with number check You can enter the number and then check it before setting up the connection. The number can consist of a maximum of 22 digits.
Enter the required number on the keypad of the mobile unit. You can then check this number on the display, e.g.:
If nessesary, press speed dial key to delete last digit. Press the key within 30 seconds to seize the dialup line. The number is dialled after a brief interval. Ringing tone is then audible. If the number has been entered incorrectly, press this key. The input is cancelled. Enter the number again.
Calling back a caller
While you are listening to a message from your handset the callers telephone number appears in the display. While the message is being played, press the 4 key to make a call to the sender of the message (for further information page 53).
Outgoing calls Suppressing code numbers for redial
When you dial a telephone number it is incorporated into the redial list. Both the number dialled after this number, e.g. an extension number and a subsequent secret service number is added to the telephone numbers in the redial list. To prevent the incorporation of secret numbers, activate temporary tone dialling e.g. after the extension number ( page 53) even if your telephone is set to tone dialling.
Calling an internal station
If there are several handsets ( page 59), you can make internal calls to the other handsets. These calls are free of charge.
Checking your own internal number
Press the internal key on your own handset and enter the number of the required unit (1 to 6). You hear internal ringing tone. The handset is called.
Press the internal key to display the internal telephone number of the handset.
Collective call to all handsets from base station
A collective call from the base station can be used, for example, to trace handsets which have been relocated. You cannot make internal calls during a collective call from the base station. A collective call from the base station can be made even if there is only one handset. ? Press the green paging key at the base station. All accessible handsets are called for approximately 30 seconds. Terminating call prematurely ? or c Press the green paging key at the base station. Clear down the connection at the handset.
Collective call to all handsets from a handset
If there are several handsets, you can make a multiaddress call from any handset to all other (accessible) handsets. The first internal user to take the call is then connected to you. You can also use this function to search for handsets that have relocated.
Press the keys in turn. You hear internal ringing tone. All accessible handsets and supplementary devices are called.
Internal calls Addressing other persons in the room via loudspeaker (voice calling) I9
You can speak directly to other persons in the room by way of the base station loudspeaker. Press the keys on the handset to call the answering machine. A preparatory tone, the mode of operation, the current number of saved messages as well as the day of the week are output. There is an advisory announcement: Voice calling. A preparatory tone is then applied. Speak via the loudspeaker.
Open listening via base station loudspeaker
You can switch over to open listening during a call to an external subscriber. The subscriber can then be heard via the base stations loudspeaker. This enables other persons in the room to listen in on the call. Precondition: an external connection has been set up.
Displaying or storing speed dialling numbers You can call up the memory configuration of the speed dialling numbers on the display. You can assign external telephone numbers to the speed dialling numbers shown. Start the procedure. Select the speed dialling number: enter a digit from 0 to 9. The selected speed dialling number and the current memory assignment are indicated on the display of the handset:
3 z P f
(Example: speed dialling no. 3 is unassigned) (Example: speed dialling no. 0 is assigned to 123456)
P fN B Acknowledge the display. or
Enter and store the external number. The number entered is assigned to the selected speed dialling number. If the speed dialling number is already allocated to an external number, the old number is overwritten with the new number. You can delete part or all of the call number entered with the speed dial key in order to make corrections where applicable, Acknowledge the display.
Notebook function While you are conducting a call you can store a telephone number as a speed dial number. Start the procedure. Select the speed dial number: enter a digit between 0 and 9. The selected speed dial number and the current memory assignment appear in the display on the handset: Enter the external telephone number. Press this key to store the number as a speed dial number. or You can store each of the last five redial numbers as speed dial numbers. Start the procedure. Select the speed dial number: enter a digit between 0 and 9. The selected speed dial number appears in the display of your handset: Use the last number redial key to select one of the last five redial numbers. Press this key to store the last redial number as a speed dial number.
O B Deleting all speed dialling numbers B8
Start the procedure. Enter the handset PIN (default: 0000) ( page 20). Delete all speed dialling numbers.
Displaying call duration
Activating/deactivating call duration display
During external calls ( page 7) the call duration display is activated approximately 12 seconds after you dial the last digit. At the end of the call, the display remains visible for about 4 seconds. You can activate or deactivate the call duration display as required. Default setting: the call duration display is activated. B# O9
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code (default: 0000). The current setting is indicated on the display of the handset: = activated, = deactivated. Deactivate call duration display. Activate call duration display.
Barring functions on the Gigaset 2015 plus
Activating/deactivating if Gigaset 2015 plus barred on outgoing calls
You can prevent outgoing calls being made at the Gigaset 2015 plus base station. If emergency numbers are stored, they can still be dialled even if other codes are barred. Calls can still be taken. No calls are barred in the default setting. You can also prevent outgoing calls being made from handsets ( page 41). B#
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code. Activate the barring function. Deactivate the barring function.
Emergency numbers if Gigaset 2015 plus is barred
You can store up to four emergency numbers. All emergency numbers can be dialled from a registered handset
even thought the Gigaset 2105 plus unit is barred for outgoing calls ( page 36) if outward restricted toll access is programmed for the handset ( page 40).
Emergency numbers can have a maximum of 16 digits.
Displaying or storing emergency numbers B#
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code (default: 0000) ( page 19). The handsets display shows the first emergency number in the memory:
1 z P f P f
(Example: no emergency number stored) (Example: emergency number 110 stored)
To display the next emergency number. To acknowledge the display. Enter the emergency number for the memory location indicated (1 to 4). If an emergency number is already stored, the old number is overwritten with the new number. Display the next emergency number. Any emergency numbers entered are marked for storage. Terminate the process: store all inputs.
O B Deleting all emergency numbers B# or
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code. Delete all emergency numbers.
Barred codes for handsets For each registered handset you can store individually defined external numbers or groups of numbers which cannot be dialled when the barred code function ( page 39) is activated. For example, you can bar numbers beginning with 00 or special-tariff numbers. For each registered handset you can store up to 3 barred codes. These numbers can each consist of up to 8 digits. Displaying or storing barred codes B#
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code (default: 0000) ( page 19). The registered handsets or their internal call numbers are shown on the display:
3 P f N
(Example: handsets 1, 2 and 3 are logged on)
Enter the internal number of the required handset (1 to 6). Select the first barred code for the handset in question. The barred code is displayed:
(1st example: no barred code stored) ((2nd example: barred code 00 is stored)
Display the next barred code. Enter the barred code for the memory location indicated (1 to 3). If a barred code is already stored, the old number is overwritten with the new number. Display the next emergency number. Any barred codes entered are marked for storage. Terminate the process: store all inputs. You cannot use this facility until the barring function has been activated.
Press the key at the base station. To select announcement 1, press the mode key until A1 appears in the display. You will hear the announcement: Operating mode: call recording after announcement 1. To select announcement 2, press the mode key until A2 appears in the display. You will hear the announcement: Operating mode: call recording after announcement 2. To select the advisory message, press the mode key until Ao or H1 or rS am appears in the display. You will hear the announcement: Operating mode: advisory message. If you hear the message Cancelled this indi, cates that the procedure has been aborted. The operating mode has not been changed.
The answering machine Announcements and advisory message
In addition to the default message, you can record two announcements (announcement 1 and announcement 2) and an advisory message. In case a caller exceeds the maximum recording time, you can additionally record a closing announcement to inform the calling party than the recording time has come to an end. You can program the maximum message length ( page 21). A typical announcement is: You have called Peter Jones. Unfortunately I am not available at the moment, but you can leave a message. Please speak after the tone. A typical closing announcement is: You have reached the end of the time available for your message. Thank you for calling. A typical advisory message is: You have called Peter Jones. I will be back at the office tomorrow. Recording announcement or advisory message You can make a new recording of announcement 1, announcement 2 or the advisory message at any time. Announcements must be between 6 and 30 seconds in length, closing announcements between 3 and 10 seconds. The advisory message must be between 6 and 170 seconds in length. If these time limits are exceeded, you receive an error message and are requested to record the announcement again. During the recording, the number of seconds which have elapsed can be read off the 2-digit LED display at the base station.
Selecting mode of operation ( page 44). If an announcement is deleted for the selected mode of operation, it is automatically replaced by the default prerecorded announcement.
When you have selected the relevant operating mode and the red LED has gone off, press these keys in quick succession. Your handset rings (if there are several handsets, they all ring). Accept the internal call with the offhook key c. You hear a preliminary announcement: Recording announcement or Recording advisory message. This is followed by a ready tone, after which you record your text.
a or You are including a closing announcement (only possible with announcement 1 and announcement 2): press the key at the base station. You hear a preliminary announcement: Recording of closing announcement. This is followed by a ready tone, after which you record your text. Press the key on the handset. The recorded text is replayed via loudspeaker so that it can be checked.
The answering machine Monitoring function and call acceptance
You can listen via loudspeaker while a caller records a message on the answering machine. The precondition for this is that the monitoring function has been activated ( page 22). Regulating the volume during monitoring Precondition: The answering machine is playing the announcement or a caller is in the process of speaking a message on to the answering machine.
Press the key at the base station to increase the volume. Press the key at the base station to decrease the volume.
The volume which has been set remains stored. Accepting a call You can take a call:
while the announcement or the advisory message is being played, or while the caller is speaking his or her message.
This procedure applies to either of the above options. You are connected to the caller. The loudspeaker is switched off. This is the procedure if the unit is preprogrammed for call acceptance ( page 21). You are connected to the caller. The loudspeaker is switched off.
Remote operation of the answering machine
You can operate the answering machine remotely:
from your handset from another telephone, in which case the following conditions apply: the telephone is set to DTMF or you have a tone transmitter (special accessories).
With the remote operation facility you can administer messages and announcement texts.
The answering machine Initiating remote operation
In order to operate the answering machine remotely, you must first activate the remote function. From the handset I
Press the keys on the handset in order to call the answering machine. This results in output of a ready tone, the mode of operation, the current number of messages in storage, and (if applicable) the day and the time.
From another telephone with DTMF-capability Y You call your own number from a remote station. If the DID function is activated, you hear a high multiple tone. The answering machine switches on after 5 seconds. After the message, press the pound key and enter the system code via the telephones dialling keypad. For checking purposes, the telephone outputs a stand-by tone, the operating mode, the current number of messages saved as well as the relevant weekday and time. If you enter the incorrect system code, the announcement "Faulty PIN" is output at the telephone. You can then re-enter the system code. The connection is automatically cleared down after the third incorrect attempt. Remote operation and DID from another telephone are only possible if a system code which is different from the default system code has been programmed ( page 19). Remote operation is still possible even if the answering machine has been switched off. In this case you simply continue ringing until the answering machine responds.
This is followed by the announcement: Operating mode. Select the call recording after announcement 1 operating mode. The operating mode is announced by way of a check. Select the call recording after announcement 2 operating mode. The operating mode is announced by way of a check. Select the advisory message operating mode. The operating mode is announced by way of a check. Abort the process. Precondition: Operating mode 1 or 2 is selected. This is followed by the announcement: Recording. This is followed by the announcement: Recording announcement. You hear a ready tone, after which you record your text. You are not including a closing announcement. The recorded text is replayed so that it can be checked. You are including a closing announcement. You hear a preliminary announcement: Recording of closing announcement. This is followed by a ready tone, after which you record your text. Terminate recording. The recorded text is replayed so that it can be checked.
Recording advisory announcement or
Precondition: The advisory message operating mode ( page 55) has been selected.
This is followed by the announcement: Recording. This is followed by the announcement: Recording of advisory message. You hear a ready tone, after which you record your text. The recorded text is replayed so that it can be checked.
Checking recording of announcements or advisory message Precondition: The required operating mode ( page 55) has been selected.
The stored announcement text is output.
Deleting announcements or advisory message Precondition: The required operating mode ( page 55) has been selected. This is followed by the announcement: Delete.
The announcement text is deleted. This is followed by the announcement: Announcement deleted. Announcement 1 and announcement 2 are replaced by the pre-defined default text. Abort the process.
Recording private memos
Do not pause for longer than 8 seconds when recording private memos. The maximum length of such memos is limited by the pre-defined message length.
Activating voice calling or
This is followed by the announcement: Recording. This is followed by the announcement: Message recording. You hear a ready tone, after which you record your text. Abort the process.
Switching the answering machine on/off The answering machine is switched on or off. An audio message indicates the new status Answering machine on or Answering machine off.
Accepting an external call c or
You will hear the announcement: Voice calling This is. followed by a ready tone. The base station loudspeaker outputs all that is spoken into the handset or telephone.
If automatic call acceptance (basic answering machine setting page 21) is activated: press the key on the handset. If automatic call acceptance (basic answering machine setting page 21) is deactivated: press the keys on the handset in succession. You are now connected as an external caller to the internal user who has picked up the call. The loudspeaker is switched off.
Logging on additional handsets at the base station
You can operate the following at a Gigaset 2015 plus base station: up to six Gigaset 1000S/2000S or Gigaset 1000C/2000C/2000C pocket/2000T as well as the Gigaset 1000TAE cordless socket. The Gigaset 2000S handset has already been logged on with the internal telephone number 1 at the base station with station number 1. Each additional handset must be logged on at the base station.
Logging on Gigaset 2000S/1000S handset at the base station
If you wish to operate your handset at several (up to 4) base stations ( page 61), you must repeat the following procedure at each of these base stations. The handset must be switched off ( page 15) Prepare the base station
Keep pressing the green paging key at the base station until you hear the log-on (registration) tone (this takes roughly 10 seconds). Log on handset
1 or 2,3,4 h
Handset must be switched off. Within one minute: enter and hold down station number of the base station (1) on the handset. Press this key also, until the display appears on the handset. The handset is switched on. Examples: logging on
Logging onto the 1st base station hold down 1, and press h. Station number 1 f
Logging onto the 2nd base station hold down 2, and press h.
Enter the 4-digit system code (default 0000) ( page 19) and then enter #. All unassigned internal numbers are shown in the display of the handset after a brief delay: 57
6 fN b
(Example: 2,3,4,5 and 6 are still unassigned
Enter one of the unassigned internal numbers. The handset entered is registered under the internal number entered.
Logging on the Gigaset 1000TAE cordless socket You can connect up a fax (automatic fax recognition included in the Gigaset 2015 plus base station), a modem or another telephone, for example, to the cordless socket. In principle, it is logged onto the base station in the same way as a handset. The Gigaset 1000TAE is available as a special accessory. For further information, please contact your dealer.
Logging off handset at base station
Start the procedure. Enter the 4-digit system code (default: 0000) ( page 19). All registered handsets are shown on the display. Enter the internal number of the required handset (1 to 6) and confirm with B.
Operating several handsets
Assignment of ringing (incoming calls)
If several handsets are in operation, you can specify how incoming calls are signalled at all logged-on handsets. A distinction is made between: Collective ringing
Operating with Gigaset 2000C, 2000C pocket, 2000T Logging on comfort device at the base station
Select the menu option Register from the sub-menu Settings. The base stations available are shown in the display (up to 6). Select a base station (recommended: Base 1) and confirm with the OK key.
Base 1 Base 2 Base 3
_ ** < > X
Enter base code: OK
Hold down the green paging key on your Gigaset 2015 plus base station until you hear the log-on tone (this takes about 10 seconds). You are then requested to enter the base code for the base station. Confirm the PIN with the OK key. You handset is now logged on to the base station.
In the next display, dial one of the displayed available numbers using the dialling keypad. If you do not dial a number, the next free number is dialled automatically after a few seconds. When the dialled station appears in the display, your comfort device is logged on.
Remote operation of the answering machine via the comfort device U
If there are new messages on your answering machine, the display on the comfort device shows the symbol. You can then call up the list of messages using the display key.
Notes on setting up the base station
Place of installation
There must be a 220V/230V power socket in the vicinity. The base station should not be located in the immediate vicinity of other electronic devices, such as a hifi system, a microwave oven or office equipment, otherwise there is a risk of mutual interference. Place the base station on a level, non-slip surface. The device feet do not normally leave any unsightly marks. However, in view of the many different varnishes and polishes currently used for furniture, the possibility of telephone components leaving marks on the mounting surface cannot be entirely ruled out. Radio communication between the base station and the handsets is based on the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) standard. The Gigaset 2015 plus complies fully with the relevant European guidelines. Should you nevertheless experience sound or picture distortion with your satellite signal receiving equipment, please get in touch with your dealer to have it tested for shielding faults. Depending on the ambient conditions, the maximum radio range between the base station and the handsets is approx. 300 metres out of doors and approx. 50 metres indoors. If the range warning tone has been activated at the handset ( page 31), you will receive an audible signal when you go out of range during a call.
The base station is designed for operation in protected rooms with a temperature range from +5C to +45C. Do not set up the base station in a bathroom, laundry room or directly adjacent to sources of heat, such as radiators. Direct sunlight must also be avoided.
Important informations Notes on operating the handset
Notes for people wearing hearing aids If you wear a hearing aid, please note before using the telephone that radio signals can interfere with hearing aids and, if sufficiently loud, can cause an unpleasant humming noise. Use of batteries Please note the following for use of batteries:
Use batteries of the type supplied (AA-type nickelcadmium batteries, also referred to as miniature batteries). The following batteries may also be used: Panasonic P-60 AA/1P Philips R6 NC-P , , UCAR RC6, Eveready RC6, DAIMON ACCU 1000, Sanyo N-3U, Varta Rechargeable Battery Plus Ni-Cd 1,2V, No. 5006
Use of nickel-metal-hydrid (NiMH) Batteries: in order to achieve longer call times, you can also operate your Gigaset 2000S/2000C handset with nickel-metal-hydrid batteries. The following batteries have been approved for use: Sanyo H R-3U (1300 mAh), GP GP120 AAHC, Emmerich CE R 6, Energizer EMH-1100 AAC, Varta VH 1101 AA When you have inserted the NiMH batteries you can inform your handset of the higher capacity: the first time that you charge the handset fully, it indicates that the battery will soon be empty ( i ) too early. Discharge the batteries by continuing to use the handset until the battery symbol j appears and you hear the battery warning tone (note: max. 10 minutes operating time left). In this way the handset detects that the batteries have a longer service life and will indicate the charging status correctly in the future. When the battery compartment is opened, the indicator is reset to the capacity of the batteries supplied. Only use NiMH batteries with the Gigaset 2000S and 2000C handsets. These batteries cannot be operated in Gigaset 1000S and 1000C handsets!
The use of other types of batteries or of non-rechargeable batteries can cause malfunctions and can even damage the equipment. The manufacturer does not accept responsibility under these circumstances. Never use ordinary batteries.
Wait until the dialup line is free Log on the handset at the base station ( page 57) Check the plug at the base station and the 220V/230V socket; reconnect if necessary. Adjust the volume of the tone ringing at the base station ( page 27) or the handset ( page 29) Set the ringing assignment ( page 59) Reset the dialling method ( page 16)
The plug of the power connecting cable is not inserted correctly No tone ringing from the base station or handset The volume of the tone ringing is set too low Assignment of ringing set wrongly No connection after dialling the number; dial tone can still be heard. 72 Wrong dialling method
Symptom Operation in conjunction with a PBX: no connection or wrong connection after dialling from a memory System code input rejected.
Cause Trunk code/main trunk code not entered
Corrective measure Enter the trunk code/main trunk code ( page 18)
The system code that was input does not correspond to the new code.
If you have forgotten the system code that you modified, please contact the manufacturer (telephone number under Contact Partner). If you have forgotten the PIN that you modified, please contact the manufacturer (telephone number under Contact Partner). Enter a system code (not 0000).
PIN entered rejected.
The PIN that you entered does not correspond to the new PIN. System code not entered.
Direct inward dialling or remote retrieval not possible.
Your Gigaset telephone will not operate if the mains adapter is not plugged in or in the event of a power failure!
The cordless socket for operating devices connected by a cord at base stations of the Gigaset 1000/2000 family. You can use the cordless socket to connect corded terminals such as telephones, fax machines, modems (up to 9600 bit/s), answering machines and decoders (top-set box) for the digital television to each Gigaset base station in the 1000/2000 family instead of other handsets. The advantage of this is cordless operation of your corded terminals with the functionality of your Gigaset 2015 plus including the automatic fax recognition when operating a fax machine at Gigaset 1000TAE.
PIN Store number..32 speed dialling numbers..32 Switch off microphone.6 Synchronisation tone activate/deactivate..32 System code change...20 description..19 forgetting..20 T Taking a call, answering machine.21 Technical data..70 Telephone plug..2 Time settings...4 Time stamp function..23 Tone ringing number for answering machine.22 number for collective ringing.60 Tone ringing pitch at base station...27 handset...29 Tone ringing volume base station..27 handset...29 Transfer..71 Transfer, call..13 Trunk access..40 Trunk code...18 Trunk/main trunk code delete.19 U Unrestricted trunk access..40 V Volume adjust, base station..11 regulate...51 W Warranty...71
change.. 20 description... 19 forgetting.. 20 Playback abort.. 49 interrupt.. 49 messages.. 48 Positive acknowledgement tone activate/deactivate.. 31 Power connecting cable.. 2 Power failure.. 72 Power supply unit.. 2 Protect state.. 14 Putting into operation important informations.. 66 in 6 steps.. 1 Q Quick-reference guide.. 75
R Range warning tone activate/deactivate.. 31 Recording.. 47 Recording conversations. 47 Remote operation advisory message.. 55 answering machine.. 51 help function.. 53 initiate... 52 playback.. 54 playing back messages.. 53 record announcement text. 55 recording memos.. 56 select operating mode.. 55 switching answering machine on/off. 56 Ringing assignment.. 59 Ringing priority... 59 S Safety information... VII Search for handset.. 10 Setting the station priority... 62 Signalling method..16, 17 Special accessories.. 74 Speed dialling numbers.. 8 delete.. 34 display... 33 store.. 32 Stand-by period.. 70
Issued by Siemens AG, Information and Communication Products Hofmannstrae 51, D-81359 Mnchen
Siemens AG 1998. All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Reference no.: A30852-X1105-B401-1-7619 Printed in Germany 12/98
54 MZ-4 62015-91600 Nokia 6267 VGN-UX380N DT125R-2002 SC-DX105 HK990VXI System SRU2103 32PFL3512D VGN-SZ110 Panasonic GD55 Spectra BC60XLT-1 Delta Bizhub C20 XBM 538 SF-560R Atlantis 250 12 X GZ-MG21 HMX-U20BP Numeric Tvcenter Doro TH60 AQV12vbcn Testastretta D-EJ021 Kxtga641 Stronghold 2 Photofunstudio-viewer-2 1E Octane 440 Euro SC-HMX10C Finedrive 300 LA32R71BA Gigaset C60 LM-6000 167MT Midair PC1555 VP-L800U HDR-CX106E Aspire 9800 KX-TS520ex1 EW803F LL-151-3D Review Traffic Lifestyle V10 240V BC-CSQ2 Yamaha RM50 Amplifier KX-TC1450B Nikon D50 DTH115E YDP-131-YDP-213 Bose V20 HS-60 Sono 88 XD490U GT SE RC400 CDM-9823RR Canon NWZ-E444 BMR100 TL-WN651G HT-DV50H TX-L32u10E AVR-591 6408 Plus CBM-1000 II N1000V Sacd1000 001 Nfl 2004 SA-DX1050 CU500 D-EJ885 Mouse Dbrh198 Nokia 810 Automate 552 EQS744 RCD-955AX DVD-SR275 TX-10 SPH-M4800 Pagepro 1380 Odelia 753 SGH-E380 Lplayer KDL-46EX709 HM160HI-cn1 PS42Q96HD S70408-KG SD-P1400 Polycom PVX Software T1
manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101