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SECTION 1 GENERAL
Identifying the parts
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
This section is extracted from instruction manual.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 q; qa qk
qf qg qh qj
1 NEW CALL/MESSAGES lamp (p. 32, 41)
Flashes when there is a â€śNEWâ€ť data in the Caller ID list or message.
5 HANDSET VOLUME switch (p. 17)
Adjusts the handset volume.
qa KEY LOCK switch (p. 16, 18)
Used to avoid the accidental pressing of the keys during conversation.
qh DIAL/ON HOOK button (p. 16)
Used to dial a phone number with the handset placed in the cradle.
2 Display window (p. 16, 20, 31) 3 ERASE/CLEAR button (p. 13, 27, 33, 41)
Used to erase a stored Phone Directory memory or Caller ID data, go off the NEW CALL/ MESSAGES lamp manually, end the operation during the procedure.
6 ONE-TOUCH DIAL buttons (1, 2, 3) (p. 20, 36)
Used to store numbers on the onetouch dial.
qj DIAL MODE switch (p. 9)
Selects pulse or tone dialing.
qs CALLER ID/DIRECTORY button (p. 28)
Used to switch the memory display of the Caller ID data or Phone Directory.
7 Dialing keys (p. 16) 8
Allows you to switch temporarily to tone dialing. Used to access the menu.
qk REDIAL/PAUSE button (p. 17, 21)
Redials the last number called, inserts a pause in the dialing sequence.
TONE button (p. 17)
qd V/v button (p. 10, 31) qf # button (p. 38)
Used to change the number of digits of the phone number in the Caller ID list.
ql Battery compartment (p. 7) w; HANDSET jack (p. 8) wa LINE jack (p. 8, 42)
9 PGM button (p. 10, 20) 0 RINGER LEVEL switch (p. 19)
Adjusts the ringer volume.
4 CALL WAITING/FLASH button (p. 19, 40)
Switches to a second call if you have â€ścall waitingâ€ť service, or lets you make a new call.
qg MUTING button (p. 17, 19)
Mutes your voice during a conversation.
14US Getting Started
Step 2 Setting up the phone
Do the following steps: â€¢ Insert the batteries â€¢ Connect the phone â€¢ Choose the dialing mode
Inserting the batteries
To activate the display, use the Caller ID function, back up the memory for one-touch dialing and Phone Directory or use visual message waiting service, insert four alkaline size AA (LR6) batteries (not supplied) into the phone.
1 Open the phone. compartment the battery lid of 2 Insert four alkaline size AA
(LR6) batteries (not supplied) into the phone. Insert batteries after first laying down the battery ejection ribbon, and make sure the 3 and # on the batteries match the markings in the battery compartment.
Alkaline size AA (LR6) batteries
Note on installation
Install the unit: â€¢ on a level surface â€¢ away from heat sources, such as radiators, airducts, and sunlight â€¢ away from excessive moisture, extremely low temperatures, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock
3 Close the lid.
Battery ejection ribbon CAUTION Make sure that the telephone line cord is disconnected before opening the battery compartment lid. Notes â€¢ When the batteries become weak, â€śREPLACE BATTERYâ€ť will appear on the display. Replace all of the batteries, and this must be done within two minutes. If you take more than two minutes, the entire memory will be erased. â€¢ If you do not replace the batteries when â€śREPLACE BATTERYâ€ť is displayed, the memory will be erased. â€¢ If the batteries are not inserted into the phone, you cannot operate the phone other than for making or receiving calls, and (DIAL/ON HOOK) does not function. You should use the handset when making or receiving calls. â€¢ â€śMESSAGES WAITINGâ€ť on the display does not appear while â€śREPLACE BATTERYâ€ť is displayed even if you have messages. â€¢ The battery will gradually discharge over a long period of time, even when not in use.
continued Getting Started