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Introducing your CWD2601 Unpacking your CWD2601


Your CWD2601 makes use of the latest technologies in cordless Before you begin to install your phone, check the contents of the
telephone design. It includes a wide range of easy to use features box against the following list. Note that the belt clip is attached
and functions, including a name and number phonebook and a to the handset.
Caller ID facility with a number Call Log.
• CWD2600 handset
Caller ID is a facility available from some telephone network • CWD265 handset
service providers, allowing the user to identify who is calling • CWD2600 main base unit
without even having to pick up the phone. Your CWD2601 has the • CWD265 charger unit
necessary software to utilise the Caller ID facility. If you wish to • 4 x rechargeable batteries
use Caller ID you will need to subscribe to the service from your NiMH AAA each 1.2V 650 mAh
network provider.
• 2 x Battery compartment covers
Please read this user guide carefully before using your CWD2601 • Mains power adaptor 9VDC 300mA
for the first time. • Telephone line cord
• Belt clip (fitted to handset)

" Note: This equipment is not designed for making


emergency calls when the power fails. Make alternative
arrangements for access to emergency services.
• CWD2601 User Guide

" Note: Should any parts be missing, please contact the


Customer Helpline on 0870 241 3201 (9.00am-5.00pm,
Mon to Fri).

! Warning! PLEASE READ THE SAFETY


INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 7 BEFORE SETTING
UP OR USING THIS EQUIPMENT

Helpline 0870 241 3201 (1)


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Your CWD2600 and CWD265 handsets


LED (Green)
> Blinks while there is an incoming call or paging
from base
Earpiece > Turns on when the handset is off hook
> Blinks during on hook when there is a new
voicemail (VMWI)
> Blinks during on hook when there is new message
in the answering machine
Scroll / Phonebook / CID / Volume Display
> To scroll through the menu options
> To open the phonebook menu (up to 50 entries) OK / Redial
> To display Caller log (up to 20 entries) > To confirm a displayed option
> To turn handset volume up/down and preset levels > To redial the last called number

Cancel / Mute Headset connection


> To cancel and return to the previous menu Menu / Recall
> To delete a character/digit from the LCD display > To enter the main menu list
> To mute the handset microphone during a call > Recall. Consult your network or switchboard provider
Talk / Power on / off
> To make an external call Alphanumeric keypad and
> To answer a call Answering machine functions
> To end a call For data entry and answering machine
> To power on/off, hold key down for 1 second operation and setup

Ringer off / Delete Keylock


To turn handset ringer off hold key down for 1 second To lock/unlock all keys hold key down for 1 second
Speakerphone / Answering machine
INT
> Press to turn the speakerphone on
To make an internal call to another handset
> Press to enter answer machine mode when in standby
Microphone
Operator services
Consult your network or switchboard provider

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The CWD2600 Handset display Ref. Name Description

Intercom Blinking - There is an intercom call


INT - During paging function
Steady - Line is engaged
EXT
? E X T External Call Blinking - There is an external incoming call
Steady - Line is engaged
INT
? New CID New Caller ID received

Answer Machine The answering machine is on

Ringer Off The handset ringer is turned off

Message Waiting Message waiting indication has been received

Mute Handset microphone is muted during off hook

Ref. Name Description Signal Indicator Steady - Satisfactory handset to base signal link
Blinking - No signal link
Battery Animated when charging
Left Scroll The number displayed contains more than 16 digits
Fully charged and the rightmost digits are displayed e.g. 0123456

Talk Remains steady when an internal or external call is 012 Data line 16-character for alphanumeric display
in progress
Up Scroll Displayed if item list extends above current position
Calling Internal Internal call in progress
INT
EXT Down Scroll Displayed if item list extends below current position
Calling External External call in progress
EXT Right Scroll The number displayed contains more than 16 digits
Conference User is talking to internal and external callers and the leftmost digits are displayed
INT

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The CWD2600 Main base unit

Answering machine Battery status


on/off indicator (orange) indicator (red)
Cable retaining clip
In use indicator (green) Power connector and channels

FIND
HANDSET

Find handset button Telephone line connector


Handset-base charging contacts

Helpline 0870 241 3201 (4)


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The CWD265 Charger unit

Handset charging contacts

To mains
power adaptor

Battery charging indicator

Helpline 0870 241 3201 (5)


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The CWD2601 menu structures


R Main menu Phonebook menu
MENU

NEBOOK
PH O
ON
FEATURES MONITOR (page 64) ADD ENTRY (page 19) NAME
OFF
ON ENTER NAME
DIR DIAL (page 55) SYSTEM REGISTER (page 58)
OFF NUMBER
QUICK DIAL (page 55) SELECT BS (page 59)
ENTER NUMBER
SELECT A KEY ON DELETE HS (page 60)
PREFIX (page 42) OFF CHANGE PIN (page 51) SELECT AN ENTRY (page 21) EDIT ENTRY
SELECT A PREFIX ON DELETE
CALL BAR (page 48) OFF VIP MELODY
OFF RESET RECORDS (page 55)
SELECT A HANDSET
ALL SETTINGS (page 55)
EXEMPT Operator services menu
BAR
SOUNDS HS RINGER ADD ENTRY (page 47) NAME
ANSWER MAC RING DELAY (page 27) ENTER NAME
VOLUME (page 15)
ALERT TONE (page 30) NUMBER
EXT MELODY (page 44)
MSG LENGTH (page 30) ENTER NUMBER
INT MELODY (page 45)
SPK FILTER (page 32)
BS RINGER (page 45)
SCREENING (page 33) SELECT AN ENTRY (page 48) EDIT ENTRY
VOLUME (page 46)
OFF DELETE
MELODY (page 45)
ALL
TONES (page 17)
EXEMPT
KEY BEEP ON
SCREEN
Caller ID menu
CONFIRM OFF
BLOCKER (page 34)
CHARGING
REMOTE PIN (page 31) SELECT A REDIAL SAVE ENTRY
SOS CODE (page 31) CID
NUMBER DELETE
SETTINGS AUTO ANS (page 57) (page 42)
FLASH TIME (page 51)
REDIAL
DIAL MODE (page 52)
OK Redial menu
DISPLAY LABEL (page 53)
CALL TIMER (page 53) SELECT A REDIAL SAVE ENTRY
NUMBER DELETE
(page 13)

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Thank you for choosing the CWD2601 which is Reviewing the phonebook ....................... 21 Additional features .......................... 43
a high quality product designed for many years Editing an entry ...................................... 21 Prefix matching ...................................... 43
of trouble free service. Deleting an entry .................................... 22 Ringer melodies ...................................... 44
VIP ringer melody .................................... 22 Operator services ................................... 47
Safety Information ............................. 8 Insert a pause ......................................... 23 Call barring ............................................. 49
Setting up your CWD2601 .................. 9 Using the Answering Machine ......... 24 Recall ..................................................... 50
Answering machine ................................. 24 Naming the handset ................................ 53
Positioning your CWD2601 ........................ 9 Call timer ................................................ 53
Switching the answering machine on/off . 25
Installing the handset batteries .................. 9 Change the base PIN code ....................... 54
Selecting the outgoing message (OGM) your
Connecting the mains power supply to your Delete all records .................................... 55
callers will hear ....................................... 25
CWD2601 base ........................................ 10 Reset to factory defaults ......................... 55
Recording your own OGMs ...................... 26
Connecting the mains power supply to the Quick dialling ......................................... 56
Changing the answering mode ................. 26
CWD265 charger ..................................... 10 Handset keypad lock/unlock .................... 57
To play an OGM1 .................................... 26
Charging the handsets ............................. 10 Auto answering ....................................... 57
To delete a customised OGM .................... 27
Battery status symbol .............................. 11 Registering a new handset ....................... 58
Setting the ring delay .............................. 27
Connecting a telephone line to the base Base selection ......................................... 59
Listening to your messages ...................... 28
unit ........................................................ 11 De-registering a handset ........................... 60
Message length ....................................... 30
The belt clip ............................................ 11 Registering with another base unit .......... 60
Alert tone ............................................... 30
Using your CWD2601 .........................12 Remote access ........................................ 31 Switching the handset on / off ................. 60
Making / ending calls .............................. 12 SOS code ................................................ 31 Default settings ...................................... 61
Receiving external calls ........................... 13 Speaker filtering ...................................... 32 Additional handsets ......................... 62
Re-dialling .............................................. 13 Call screening ......................................... 33 Making internal calls ............................... 62
Adjusting the ringer volume .................... 15 Block the blocker .................................... 34 Receiving an external call during an
Adjusting the handset earpiece/speaker Remote access ........................................ 35 internal call ............................................ 63
volume ................................................... 15 Memo ..................................................... 37 Enquiry call ............................................ 63
Handsfree operation ............................... 16 Caller ID and Calls list ...................... 39 Call transfer ............................................ 63
Using the headset .................................... 16 Conference call ....................................... 64
Caller ID ................................................. 39
Mute (Privacy) ........................................ 17 Room monitoring .................................... 64
Call waiting ............................................ 40
Find handset ........................................... 17
Calls list .................................................. 40 Helpful Information ......................... 66
Alert tones .............................................. 17
Review the calls list ................................. 40 Service and maintenance ......................... 66
Out of range warning .............................. 18
Saving CID to the phonebook .................. 41 Troubleshooting ...................................... 67
Using the phonebook ........................19 Deleting a CID record .............................. 41
Storing an entry in the phonebook .......... 19 Call back from the calls list ..................... 42 Warranty .......................................... 69
Dialling a phonebook entry ..................... 20 Message waiting indication ..................... 42 Technical Details .............................. 70

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Safety information
• Only use the mains power adaptor supplied. Using another
adaptor could damage your CWD2601 and invalidate your
warranty.
• To obtain a replacement power supply, please call the
Helpline on 0870 241 3201 (9.00am-5.00pm, Mon to Fri).
• The radio signals used by this phone system may interfere
with some hearing aids and cause a humming sound to be
heard.
• This product should not be used near emergency intensive
care medical equipment.

Safety • This product should not be used by people fitted with a


pacemaker.

Information • Do not use your CWD2601 in the open air during


thunderstorms. We recommend that you unplug your
CWD2601 from the mains power and telephone socket
during storms.
• Your CWD2601 base is intended for indoor use only.
• Do not use the handset in places where there are explosive
hazards.
• Do not expose your CWD2601 or batteries to fire or water.
• Dispose of batteries safely. Do not puncture or burn them.
They contain toxic materials that could cause injury.

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Positioning your CWD2601


Place your CWD2601 base and charger close enough to the
telephone and mains power sockets so that the cables will reach.
Make sure that you position your CWD2601 at least 1 metre away
from other electrical appliances (including other telephones) to
avoid interference. Avoid bathrooms and other humid areas.

Installing the handset batteries

! Caution! Only use the battery type supplied.


A different battery could cause an explosion or

Setting up
damage your CWD2601
On each handset Insert the batteries as shown below.

your +
_

CWD2601
_

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Connecting the mains power supply to your


CWD2600 base

! Caution! Only use the mains power adaptor


supplied. Using other power adaptors could
damage your phone and invalidate your warranty
You will need to fully charge the handsets before use. Place one
Plug the mains power adaptor lead into the socket on the base unit handset in the Base unit and the other in the charger unit.
marked with the following symbol:
When the handset sits in the base, the handset battery is being
Plug the mains power adaptor into a standard 230V a.c. wall socket charged. The battery charging indicator (red) on the base unit
and switch on. You will hear a confirmation tone. lights up and stays lit while the batteries are being charged.
When the handset is placed in the charger, the handset beeps and
Connecting the mains power supply to the the indicator on the front of the charger illuminates while the
CWD265 charger battery is being charged.
Plug the mains power adaptor wired to the charger unit into the
mains power wall socket and switch the power on.
" Note: Each handset can be charged in either the
base unit or the charger unit.

Charging the handsets


Once you have installed the batteries in the handset, each display
will show the phone model number, the individual handset
number, the battery status and signal strength symbols.
" Note: We recommend that when the handset is
not in use it is placed back on the base to ensure
that it is always fully charged.

" Note: Wait until the batteries are fully charged


before using the phones. Before initial operation
you should charge the batteries for at least
" Note: We recommend that when the handset is
not in use it is placed back on the base to ensure
that it is always fully charged.
14 hours.

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Battery status symbol The belt clip


When the battery is fully charged, the status symbol displayed on The belt clip is supplied fitted to the handset and allows the
the handset LCD screen should show as fully charged (see below). handset to be clipped easily onto your belt, waistband or shirt
As the battery is used the status symbol will change accordingly: pocket thereby allowing you to conveniently carry the handset
around with you.

FULLY HALF FULL VERY LOW


CHARGED

Connecting a telephone line to the base unit

" Note: Only use the telephone line cord supplied


or your CWD2601 may not work correctly.

Connect the telephone line cord into the telephone socket on the
rear of the base unit. This connector is marked:
Plug the other end into a standard telephone line wall socket.
Route the cable through the integral clips on the rear of the base
unit.
As soon as the handset is charged you will be able to make and
receive phone calls, receive Caller ID call list entries, and store
numbers in the phonebook.

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Making / ending calls


Lift the handset off the base, press Talk and wait to hear
the dialling tone.

EXT

The LCD displays the symbol and the handset LED


lights up. The In Use LED on the base unit also lights up
Use the Numerical keys to enter the phone number.
The display shows the digits as you enter them.

" Note: The maximum number of digits that can


be dialled is 18.

Using your If more than 16 digits are entered, the W symbol is

CWD2601
displayed on the screen to indicate the number is longer
than 16-digits and only the last 16-digits have been
displayed.
After a short time the call timer displays the current
duration of the call.

To End a call
Press Talk or replace the handset on the base unit.
The duration of the call remains on the display for about
5 seconds after the call ends.

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Pre-dialling symbol blinks in the display. The caller’s number (if


You can enter a telephone number and verify it on the available) is also displayed. The date and time of the call is
display before you place the call. displayed when OK is pressed.

Use the Numerical keys to enter the phone number. When the handset sits in the base unit and the Auto
answering feature is turned on:
The display shows the digits as you enter them. Lift the handset to answer the call. (Refer to Auto
If more than 16 digits are entered, the W symbol is answering, page 57).
displayed on the screen to indicate the number is longer When the handset sits in the base unit and the Auto
than 16- digits and only the last 16-digits are displayed. answering feature is NOT turned on:
Press Talk to dial the number entered. Lift the handset and press Talk to connect the call.
To end the call press Talk again or replace the handset on (Refer to section Auto-Answering for details, page 57).
the base unit.
When the handset is not in the base unit:

" Note: If you make a mistake, repeatedly press


. C to delete the last digit one digit at a time, or
press and hold C for 2 seconds to clear the
Press Talk to connect the call.

entire number and return to Standby. Re-dialling


The last 10-dialled external numbers are stored for re-
dialling (in the re-dial list) and if required any of these can
Receiving external calls be transferred to your Phonebook, see page 19. The number
When receiving an external call, the handset and the base can consist of up to 18-digits.
unit will ring, provided that the ringers are set to on. The
The user can select any number on the re-dial list to redial
EXT symbol blinks on the LCD display. The LED on the
in Pre-Dialling mode. However, only the most recently
handset and the In Use LED on the base unit both blink.
dialled number can be used for redial in the traditional
If you have subscribed to a Caller ID service, the ? dialling mode.

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To redial the last number called Save a Number in the Re-dial list to the Phonebook
Press Talk and wait for dialling tone. OK Press OK. The last number dialled is displayed.
REDIAL
Press Redial. The last number dialled is displayed and Press Scroll to scroll through the last 10 dialled numbers
OK dialled out automatically. until the number you wish to save is displayed.
To end the call press Talk again or replace the handset on R Press Menu.
the base unit. MENU

The display shows SAVE ENTRY.

" Note: The display shows EMPTY if there is no OK Press OK.


number in the redial list.
The display shows NAME?
C Use the Numeric keys and the CANCEL key to enter the
REDIAL To redial any of the last 10 numbers called name. If a name is not entered, the entry is identified by a
OK
set of brackets, ( ).
Press Redial. The last number dialled is displayed.
OK Press OK to confirm. The redial number is displayed.
Press Scroll to scroll through the last 10 dialled numbers.
C
Edit the number (if required) by using the Numeric keys
Press Talk and Cancel.
The TALK symbol appears on the display. OK Press OK to confirm the entry and exit to SAVE ENTRY.
The phone connects to the line and dials the number C Press Cancel to return to the redial list.
displayed on the screen.
The EXT symbol appears on the display. Delete a Number in the Re-dial list
To end the call press Talk again or replace the handset on OK Press OK.
the base unit.
The last number dialled is displayed.

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Use Scroll to scroll through the last 10 dialled numbers. OK


Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until HS RINGER is
R Press Menu on a selected number. SAVE ENTRY is displayed.
MENU
displayed.
OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll until the display reads DELETE.
The LCD displays VOLUME.
OK Press OK. The display reads DELETE?
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK. The selected number is deleted and the display
returns to the redial list. Use Volume up/down to select the volume level. The
ringer melody is heard in the handset speaker and a
Repeat the above three steps to delete another dialled graphical representation of the volume level (5 bars to 1
number as required. bar for max to min volume respectively, and VOL OFF.
C Press Cancel to exit the redial list. Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to VOLUME.
OK

If the ringer volume is set to VOL OFF, the RINGER OFF


" Note: Refer to Delete All Records page 55 to
simultaneously delete all entries in the redial
list.
symbol appears on the LCD display.
To turn the handset ringer off while the phone is ringing,
or in standby, press and hold Ringer off.
Adjusting the ringer volume To turn the handset ringer on while the phone is ringing or
The volume of the handset ringing tone can be set to one of in standby press and hold Ringer off.
five preset levels or turned off.
R Press Menu. Adjusting the handset earpiece/speaker
MENU
volume
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SOUNDS is
displayed. You can adjust the volume level of the earpiece and speaker
in the handset to one of three preset levels by selecting the

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graphical representation of the volume level, 3 bars to 1 To end the call press Talk, or replace the handset in the
bar (max to min respectively) as required during a call. base:
During a call: Press Talk.
Press Volume up to increase the volume level. Press Speakerphone.
Press Volume down to decrease the volume level. When you hear the dial tone, dial the number you require.
The number appears on the LCD screen and you hear it
The current volume level is displayed on the LCD in being dialled.
graphical form.
To end the call press Talk, or replace the handset in the
base.
Handsfree operation
The handset can be used in two-handsfree modes Or, without lifting the handset off the base:
• By switching the internal earpiece to a speaker in Press Talk.
the handset.
• When connected to a headset which transfers the Press Speakerphone.
voice to a remote microphone and earpiece. When you hear the dial tone, dial the number you require.
The number appears in the display and you hear it being
During a call dialled.
To switch to handsfree operation during a call, press the To end the call, press Talk.
Speakerphone key.
You can now hold your conversation ‘handsfree’ without Using the headset
having to hold the handset to your ear.
Connect the headset jack to the headset connector on the
Press Speakerphone again to turn end ‘handsfree’. You side of the handset.
now need to hold the handset to your ear.

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The handset earpiece and microphone are turned off and

!
the voice signals diverted to the headset. Caution! If you press and hold the FIND
HANDSET button on the base for more than

" Note: The headset is not supplied. Please contact


the Helpline for further information.
4 seconds, the phone enters registration
mode (see Registering a new handset,
page 58).

Mute (Privacy) Alert tones


During a call you can mute your voice so that you can You can choose to turn on or off the following tones
speak privately to a third party without the caller being according to your preferences.
able to hear you. You will still be able to hear your caller.
MUTE

C During a call, press Mute. Key beep:


This alert sounds a tone each time a key is pressed. For long
The symbol is displayed on the LCD. Your caller presses, there will be two tones: one upon key depression
cannot hear you. and the other upon a long press being activated.
MUTE

C Press Mute again to talk to your caller again.


Confirmation tone:

The symbol disappears from the display. This alert sounds a tone when a setting or a choice is
confirmed.

Find handset Charging:


If you misplace your handset press the FIND HANDSET
This alert sounds two short duration tones when the
button on the base unit to relocate it. The handset rings for
handset is returned to the base unit cradle for charging.
30 seconds. The INT symbol and the prompt BS PAGING
blink on and off on the display. Press any key on the R Press Menu.
MENU
handset to stop the paging tone sounding.

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Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD When your handset re-establishes its link with the base the
displays SOUNDS. range symbol becomes steady.
OK Press OK.
During a call
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD When the handset is too far away from the base during a
displays TONES. call, an alert tone is repeatedly sounded in the handset.
OK Press OK. Bring the handset closer to the base so that the signal gets
stronger. If you do not bring the handset back in range,
Use Scroll to select from KEY BEEP, CONFIRM and
CHARGING. your call is disconnected.

OK Press OK to choose the displayed alert type.


Use Scroll to select ON or OFF.
Press OK to confirm the selection (ON or OFF) and exit to
OK
the selection name (KEY BEEP, CONFIRM or CHARGING).

C Press Cancel to exit to TONES, or


C Press Cancel and hold to exit to standby.Out of range
warning

Out of range warning


During standby
The range symbol on the display flashes and BS SEARCH
is displayed when your handset loses its link with the base.

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Storing an entry in the phonebook

" Note: You can store 50 phone records in the


handset with up to 10-characters for the name,
and up to 18-digits for number.
NEBOOK
PH O
Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.
The LCD displays ADD ENTRY.
OK Press OK.
The LCD displays NAME?

Using the
Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the name
(maximum of 10 characters) of the person whose
telephone number it is that you wish to enter. If no name
is entered, the name will be displayed as ( ) in the

phonebook phonebook.
Using the handset keypad to enter characters:
You can enter characters by pressing the key with
the required character on a number of times
according to its position in the string of characters
on the key legend. For example, for 'C', press '2'
three times, for 'S' press '7' four times, for '5', press
'5' once.
If you wish to enter successive characters which
are on the same key, you must wait for the cursor
to move to the next location on the screen before
entering the next character.

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To enter a space, press the ‘1’ key once. To enter 1, C


To exit, press Cancel.
press this key twice.
You can include other non-alphanumeric
characters in names in phonebook entries by the
use of the * key. The character is displayed and
" Note: If there are already 50 records in the
phonebook, when ADD ENTRY is selected the LCD
displays FULL and then returns to ADD ENTRY.
cycles through the following sequence for each
press of the * key.
Dialling a phonebook entry
At the required position as the name is entered,
press the * key the appropriate number of times to You can call a number stored in your phonebook:
enter the special character required. These are
shown below in parenthesis:
( * ) , ( - ) , ( _ ) , ( : ), ( / )
" Note: To make a call using this method, there
must be at least one valid number stored in the
Phonebook.
NEBOOK
PH O
OK Press OK. The LCD displays NUMBER? Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.
Enter the telephone number (maximum of 18 digits). The LCD displays ADD ENTRY.
The W symbol is displayed when the number has more Use Scroll to scroll until the required name is displayed
than 16-digits.
OK Press OK to view the number.

" Note: If you make a mistake while entering the


name or number, press C to delete the last
character entered. Repeat for any earlier
Press Talk to dial out the selected phonebook number.

incorrectly entered characters and then re-enter


the required characters.

OK
Press OK to store the name and number. The telephone
number entered must be unique. If it is not, the display
continues to display the number.

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Reviewing the phonebook For example, press the "2" key once, to jump to the first
entry in the list that starts with "A". Press "2" again to
Using the Scroll key jump to the first entry in the list that begins with "B".
NEBOOK
PH O
Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.
Editing an entry
The LCD displays ADD ENTRY. You can amend the name and number of any entry stored
Use Scroll to scroll through the entries. PH O
NEBOOK in your phonebook:
Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.
Press OK when the LCD displays the name of a selected
OK
entry to display the number associated with the selected The display reads ADD ENTRY.
name.
Use the Alphanumeric keys or scroll through the records
If the number consists of more than 16-digits, then the X until the required entry is displayed.
symbol is turned on and the first 16 digits of the number
are displayed. R Press Menu. (Except when ADD ENTRY is displayed).
MENU
OK Press OK to display the remaining digits. The LCD displays EDIT ENTRY.
OK Press OK again to display the name of the entry. OK Press OK. The name of the entry is displayed.

C Press Cancel to exit to standby. Use the Alphanumeric keys and Cancel to make the
required changes.
Searching using the alphanumeric keys
OK Press OK when changes are completed.
You can also use the alphanumeric keys to view the
entries. When a key between 2 and 9 is pressed, the first The number of the entry is displayed.
entry of the name that starts with the first character of
the key is displayed. Pressing the same key again displays C
Press Cancel to delete any digits you wish to change and
the first entry of the name that starts with the next re-enter the number.
character on the key and so on.
OK Press OK to confirm.

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C
Press Cancel to return to PHONEBOOK.

C
Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
" Note: To delete all the records in the phonebook
at the same time, refer to the Delete All Records
procedure on page 55.
Deleting an entry
You can delete a number currently stored in your
VIP ringer melody
phonebook:
Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.
The display reads ADD ENTRY.
" Note: You will need to subscribe to a Caller ID
service from your telephone network provider
before you can use the VIP Ringing function. This
will only work if the caller doesn't withhold their
Use the Alphanumeric keys or Scroll to scroll through the number
records until the required entry is displayed
You can assign a distinctive ringing tone to incoming calls
R Press Menu. (Except when ADD ENTRY is displayed). from specific callers. When the Caller ID of an incoming call
MENU
matches a number in a phonebook record in the handset,
The display will show EDIT ENTRY. the phonebook name is displayed and the VIP melody
defined for that record is played as the handset ringing
Use Scroll to scroll until DELETE is displayed.
melody - provided the VIP melody is set to on.
OK Press OK.

OK
Press OK to confirm. The handset beeps and the selected
entry is deleted.
PH O
NEBOOK
" Note: The base ringer tone is not affected by the
VIP ringer setting.

The display will return to PHONEBOOK. Press Phonebook during pre-dial or standby.

C Press Cancel to exit. The display reads ADD ENTRY.


C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. Use the Alphanumeric keys, and Scroll to scroll through
the records until the required record is displayed.

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Press Menu. (Except when ADD ENTRY is displayed). Insert a pause


R
MENU
The LCD displays EDIT ENTRY. You can insert a 3-second pause in the stream of a
telephone number.
Use Scroll to scroll until VIP MELODY is displayed. At the required place in the telephone number during the
#
entry of the number, press and hold the # key until P is
displayed.
OK Press OK.

Use Scroll to choose ON (or Off).


Press OK.
" Note: If there is a P in the pre-dial number, in a
phonebook record, in the redial list or in a
service number, the handset pauses for the
OK duration of the pause before dialling out the
next digit.
• If OFF is chosen, only the external melody will be
played when a call from this number arrives.
• If ON is chosen use Scroll to select the melody
required (MELODY 1 to MELODY 10).

" Note: It is recommended that you do not use


MELODY 10 as this could be confused with the
paging tone.

OK
Press OK to confirm the melody for the selected VIP
number.
C Press Cancel to return to PHONEBOOK.
C Press Cancel and hold to exit to standby.

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" Note: When the phone is in answering machine


mode, reference to the keys on the handset is
made using the legend printed on the facia of the
handset, immediately below the key, except in
the instance of the Answering Machine key
where it is printed on the keycap.

Answering machine
The Answering Machine mode is entered by pressing the
Answering Machine key on the handset. For brevity, this
key is referred to as AM in the following procedures.

Using the
Answering
" Note: The Answering machine is factory set to
‘ON’.

Machine
In answering machine mode the LCD screen displays
information according to the its settings:
• If the answering machine is off, the LCD displays
AM OFF.
• If the answering machine is on, and the Answer
Record mode is selected, the display shows ANS
RECORD.
• If the answering machine is on, and the Answer Only
mode is selected, the display shows ANS ONLY.

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C
Press Cancel or AM to abort any current operations and Selecting the outgoing message (OGM)
exit the answering machine mode and return to standby. your callers will hear
The answering machine operates in two different modes,
Switching the answering machine on/off ‘Answer and Record’ or ‘Answer Only’. Each mode comes
Press AM to enter answering machine mode. with a pre-set outgoing message (OGM) that is played to
your callers. If you prefer, you can record your own OGM
If the answering machine is off, the LCD displays AM OFF. for each mode, see page 26.
8 TUV Press On/off (key 8) to turn the answering machine on. • When the answering machine is in the Answer and
ON/OFF

A confirmation tone is sounded in the earpiece. The LCD Record mode (ANS RECORD), the answering machine
displays ANS RECORD or ANS ONLY, depending on the invites the caller to leave a message after the
answering mode setting. The Answering machine symbol is outgoing message (OGM1)is played:
displayed and the Answering machine on/off indicator
(orange) on the base unit illuminates.
“Hello. Your call cannot be taken at the
8 TUV Press On/off (key 8) to turn the answering machine off. moment, so please leave your message and date
ON/OFF
A confirmation tone is sounded. The LCD displays AM OFF. and time of your call, after the tone”.
The Answering machine symbol is cleared and the
Answering machine on/off indicator on the base unit turns • When the answering machine is in the Answer Only
off.
mode (ANS ONLY), the answering machine drops the
call as soon as "outgoing message #2" (OGM2) has

" Note: When the answering machine is off, it is


automatically turned on after sixteen rings by an
incoming call.
finished playing:

“Hello. Your call cannot be taken at the


moment, and you cannot leave your message.

" Note: If your answering machine takes an


incoming call and you decide you want to speak
to the caller, press Talk to transfer the call to the
Please call later”.
When the memory of the answering machine is full, the
handset. answering mode will automatically switch to ANS ONLY
mode from ANS RECORD mode.

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Recording your own OGMs Changing the answering mode


Press AM to enter into answering machine mode. To change the answer mode from standby mode carry out
the following:
If the answering machine is on, the screen displays ANS
RECORD or ANS ONLY. Press AM to enter the answering machine mode.

If the answering machine is off, the screen displays # Press the Mode key to toggle between the two available
AM OFF. MODE
modes: the LCD display ANS RECORD and ANS ONLY. The
displayed mode is the set mode.
If the answering machine is in ANS RECORD mode, OGM1
is recorded. If the answering machine is on the display continues to
display the set mode.
If the answering machine is in ANS ONLY mode, OGM2 will
be recorded. If the answering machine is off, the set mode (ANS
RECORD or ANS ONLY) is displayed for 2 seconds and then
9WXYZ Press OGM Rec (key 9) . The screen displays REC OGM1 or changes to AM OFF.
OGM REC
REC OGM2 depending on the set answering mode.
Wait for a beep tone. This indicates the beginning of the To play an OGM1
recording session. Record your OGM by talking at a Press AM to enter into answering machine mode.
5 JKL
STOP
normal level into the handset microphone. Press Stop
(key 5) to end the recording session. If the answering machine is on, the screen displays
ANS RECORD or ANS ONLY.
The recorded OGM is played back after the recording.
During the OGM play back, the screen displays PLAY If the answering machine is Off the screen displays
OGM1 or PLAY OGM2 depending on the answering mode AM OFF.
set.
6 MNO Press OGM Play (key 6)
If you do not stop the recording within 40 seconds, the OGM PLAY

recording is stopped automatically at this time and a two- If the answering machine is in ANS RECORD mode, OGM1
beep tone is sounded in the earpiece. The recorded OGM is is played and the screen displays PLAY OGM1.
played back.

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If the answering machine is in ANS ONLY mode, OGM2 is The OGM playback ceases and a confirmation tone is
played and the screen displays PLAY OGM 2. heard. The customised OGM is deleted and the default
OGM is restored.
Press Volume up/down to adjust the speaker volume.

5 JKL
STOP
Press Stop (key 5) to halt the playback. The answering
machine stops automatically at the end of the OGM. The
screen displays STOP. A two-beep tone is emitted when the
" Note: Default OGMs cannot be deleted.

playback stops automatically.

Setting the ring delay


To delete a customised OGM The number of rings to be played before the answering
This procedure assumes that OGMs have been customised machine answers the incoming call can be specified. There
for each answer mode. are seven choices: ECONOMY, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 rings.
Press AM to enter into answering machine mode. When ECONOMY is selected, the answerphone answers
after 2 rings if there are new messages or new memo, and
If the answering machine is on, the screen displays ANS
RECORD or ANS ONLY. after 4 rings if there are no new messages or new memo.
This means that you can hang-up after 2 rings knowing you
If the answer machine is Off the screen displays AM OFF. have no new messages, thereby saving the cost of the call.
6 MNO Press OGM Play (key 5). When the number specified is between two and seven, the
OGM PLAY
answering machine answers the call after the selected
If the answering machine is in ANS RECORD mode, OGM1 number of rings.
is played and the screen displays PLAY OGM1.
If the answering machine is in ANS ONLY mode, OGM2 is To set the ring delay
played and the screen displays PLAY OGM 2. R
Press Menu to enter the menu mode.
MENU

During the playback of a customised OGM, press Delete. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
DELETE
The screen displays DELETED. displays ANSWER MAC. Press OK.

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not yet been listened to, the orange indicator on the base
unit blinks and the handset LED also blinks during on-hook.
Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays RING DELAY. The Message Waiting alert tone sounds periodically in the
OK Press OK. The current ring delay is displayed. handset speaker during standby. The latter assumes that
the Alert tone is set to on (refer to Alert tone, page 30 for
Use Scroll to select from ECONOMY, and two rings to details).
seven rings.
Recording messages
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to RING DELAY.
A new message is recorded only if the answering machine
is in ANS RECORD mode.
Listening to your messages
When the answering machine answers the call, OGM1 is
The phone can store a maximum of 25 new messages. Less
played. The caller can record the message in the answering
can be stored if a memo has been recorded. You can specify
machine after a short beep that indicates the recording
the maximum duration of the incoming message and memo
phase has begun.
as described under Message length on page 30). The
maximum total record time is 9 minutes. When the maximum recording duration for the new
message is reached, or the memory is full, and the caller
During standby when there is at least one message in the
doesn't hang up, a two-beep tone is sent to the user and the
answering machine, the LCD displays NN-XX MESSAGES on
recording stops. The answering machine then releases the
the handset where NN is the number of new messages
line.
received and XX is the number of old messages. For

"
example, if the display shows “01-02 MESSAGES” then there Note: The total recording memory is shared
is one new message and two old messages stored. between messages and Memo.
When the maximum number of messages is recorded or the
allocated memory is full, the display will show NN-XX MEM
If there is CID information from the call, the date and time
FULL. For example, the prompt could be 05-20 MEM FULL.
of the new message is recorded.
When there is a message in the answering machine that has
For recording memos, please refer to page 37.

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Playing your messages 3 DEF Press FWD (key 3) to play the message newer that the
FWD
current one unless the current message is the newest.
New messages are played first starting from the oldest new Otherwise playback stops.
message until all the new messages are played. When there
are no new messages, the old messages are played starting OK Press OK to view the message information.
from the oldest message until all messages are played. A
new message is regarded as old after it has been played Press Volume up/down to adjust the speaker volume.
back. During message playback, the display shows the message
Press AM to enter the answering machine mode. number of the message currently playing, followed by the
date and time of the message or simply the message number
2 ABC
PLAY
Press Play (key 2) to begin playing the messages. Press if the date and time are not available.
Stop (key 5) at any time to stop playing the message. The
5 JKL LCD displays STOP. For playback of memos, please refer to page 37.
STOP

A short beep is sounded between playing two messages. To delete a message


When all messages are played, a two-beep tone is
produced in the earpiece/speaker. While a message is being played back:
During message playback the following operations can be Press Delete to delete the current message. The LCD
carried out.
DELETE
displays DELETED until the message is deleted. A
confirmation tone is then sounded. The next message is
1
RWD
After the first 5 seconds of the message, press RWD played back.
(key 1), or
If the deleted message is the last message in the memory,
2 ABC
PLAY
Press Play (key 2) to replay the current message. the LCD displays STOP.

1 Within the first 5 seconds of the message, press Play To delete all messages
RWD (key 1) to play the message older than the current one
unless the current one is the oldest. Otherwise, the Press AM to enter the answering machine mode.
current message is replayed.
DELETE
Press Delete. The LCD displays DELETE?

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OK
Press OK to confirm. Alert tone
The LCD displays DELETED. A confirmation tone is then During standby and when the alert tone is set to on, a short
sounded. beep is sounded once every minute from the handset
speaker when there is at least one new message or new
memo on the answering machine.

" Note: Press CANCEL to cancel the deletion or


Press and hold CANCEL to exit the function.
To set the Alert tone on or off
R
Press Menu to enter the menu mode.
MENU

Message length Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
You can specify the maximum duration of a message or displays ANSWER MAC.
memo that can be recorded by the answering machine. OK Press OK.
There are two choices: 1 minute and 2 minutes.
R Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays ALERT TONE.
MENU
Press Menu to enter the menu mode
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD OK Press OK. The current setting is displayed (ON or OFF).
displays ANSWER MAC. Use Scroll to select ON or OFF.
OK Press OK. Press OK to confirm the selection.
OK
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD

OK
displays MSG LENGTH.
Press OK. The current message length is displayed. " Note: This function is not global and therefore
must be set on each handset currently
registered to the same base unit to suit the
preferences of the users of these handsets.
Use Scroll to select 1 or 2 minutes. Press OK to confirm the
selection and exit to MSG LENGTH.

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Remote access The LCD displays NEW PIN?


The remote access feature allows you to call your Use the Numeric keys to enter the new PIN code.
answering machine from another phone. To access this
feature requires a PIN to be entered at the other phone. OK Press OK to confirm.
The factory set remote access PIN is 000. For added security The LCD displays REPEAT.
you may wish to change this code.
Use the Numeric keys to re-enter the new PIN code.
Setting up a remote access code
OK Press OK to confirm and exit to REMOTE PIN.
A 3-digit remote access code can be used via a touch-tone
telephone to access the answering machine from a remote
location. To store the code in the handset: SOS code
The SOS code allows the caller to break through call
R Press Menu to enter the menu mode.
MENU
screening and blocking. Refer to pages 33 and 34 for details
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD of the latter features.
displays ANSWER MAC. The factory set SOS code PIN is 111. For added security you
OK Press OK. may wish to change this code.

Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays REMOTE PIN. Setting up an SOS code
Press OK. A 3-digit SOS code is used to breakthrough when the call is
OK
screened or blocked.
The LCD displays PIN? R
Press Menu to enter the menu mode.
MENU
Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct remote access
code of the connected base (The default remote access Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
code is 000). displays ANSWER MAC.

OK Press OK. OK Press OK.

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Speaker filtering
Speaker Filtering allows all incoming calls to be played
Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays SOS CODE.
through the speaker of handset #1. When activated,
OK Press OK. handset #1 speaker is turned on automatically when the
answering machine answers the call. You are able to hear
The LCD displays PIN? the OGM playing and the message recording from handset
#1 speaker.
Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct remote access
code of the connected base (The default remote access R
Press Menu to enter the menu mode
code is 111). MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD


OK Press OK. displays ANSWER MAC. Press OK.
The LCD displays NEW PIN? Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
displays SPK FILTER.
Use the Numeric keys to enter the new PIN code.
OK Press OK. The current setting is displayed (ON or OFF)
OK Press OK to confirm.
The LCD displays REPEAT. To activate speaker filtering
Use Scroll to scroll to ON.
Use the Numeric keys to re-enter the new PIN code.
OK
Press OK to activate speaker filtering and exit to SPK
OK Press OK to confirm and exit to SOS CODE. FILTER.

" Note: The Remote Access code and the SOS code
cannot be the same.
To de-activate speaker filtering
Use Scroll to scroll to OFF.

OK
Press OK to de-activate speaker filtering and exit to SPK
FILTER.

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SCREEN: Only the stored “screen” number is diverted to

" Note: If the Remote Access code or the SOS code


is entered when Speaker Filtering is on, the
handset speaker is turned off after the caller
the answering machine. Calls from other numbers ring the
handset according to the ring delay setting. The caller of
the screened number can use the SOS code to
enters * on their handset. The handset speaker is breakthrough the screening and cause the base to ring.
turned on again if the code entered is incorrect.
The OGM then replays. If the handset has the
Monitor feature activated then Speaker Filtering
To set Screening
R
cannot function. Press Menu to enter the menu mode
MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD


Call screening displays ANSWER MAC.
Incoming calls can be screened and sent directly to the
OK Press OK.
answering machine. There are four options for screening,
OFF, ALL, EXEMPT and SCREEN. Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays SCREENING.
OFF: The screening is turned off. The answering machine Press OK to set the selection. The current setting is
OK
answers all calls after the number of rings specified by the displayed.
ring delay setting when the answering machine is ON, or
after sixteen rings when the answering machine is OFF. To de-activate any screening
ALL: The answering machine answers all incoming calls, Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays OFF.
without ringing the handset or base. The caller can use the
SOS code to breakthrough the screening and cause the base OK Press OK to de-activate all screening features.
unit to ring.
To set screening for all calls
EXEMPT: Only the stored “exempt” number can produce a
ringing in the handset. All other calls are diverted to the Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays ALL.
answering machine. Callers can use the SOS code to Press OK to activate the screening feature. All calls are
breakthrough the screening and cause the base to ring. OK
diverted to the answering machine without ringing.

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To set an exempt number Block the blocker


Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays EXEMPT. When the blocker feature is on, all incoming calls notified
as Private by the CID are answered immediately by the
OK Press OK. answering machine if it is turned on. The caller can use the
SOS code to breakthrough and cause the base to ring for
The LCD displays NUMBER? or the previously entered
exempt number. eight seconds.
R Press Menu to enter the menu mode.
C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the telephone MENU
number up to 18 digits. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until ANSWER MAC
is displayed.
OK Press OK to confirm the number entered. The feature is
activated. OK Press OK.
Calls from the set number allow the phone to ring. Use Scroll to scroll until BLOCKER is displayed.
To set a number to be screened OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll until the display reads SCREEN. The current setting is displayed (ON or OFF).
OK Press OK. Use Scroll to select ON or OFF.
The LCD displays NUMBER? or the previously entered Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to BLOCKER.
OK
screened number.

"
C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the telephone Note: If the SCREEN option of Screening, and the
number up to 18 digits. BLOCKER feature are on, calls from the screened
numbers as well as those tagged private are
OK
Press OK to confirm the number entered. The feature is diverted to the answering machine.
activated. Calls from the set number are now diverted to
the answering machine.

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Remote access Answering machine is off


The answering machine can be accessed from other touch- Place a call to your phone. After 16 rings, the answering
tone telephones. machine is turned on and two beeps are sounded.
The OGM plays. While the OGM is playing:
Answering machine is on
Press the * key.
Place a call to your phone. The OGM plays. While the OGM DELETE

is playing: Use the Numeric keys to enter the 3-digit Remote Access
Press the * key. code. If the code is correct, two beeps are sounded.
DELETE

On recognition of a correctly entered remote access code,


Use the Numeric keys to enter the 3-digit Remote Access
code. If the code is correct, two beeps are sounded. the new messages, if any, are played back starting with the
oldest new message. Otherwise the oldest message is played
On recognition of a correctly entered remote access code, back.
the new messages, if any, are played back starting with the
oldest new message. Otherwise the oldest message is played
back. " Note: Within the next eight seconds enter a short
cut to the answering machine feature you
require. Refer to the remote access functions

" Note: Within the next eight seconds enter a table on page 36. If there are no incoming
short cut to the answering machine feature you messages and you do not enter anything in the
require. Refer to the Remote access functions following eight seconds, the line is dropped.
table on page 36. If there are no incoming
messages and you do not enter anything in the If the code is incorrect, the OGM will be replayed. Try
following eight seconds, the line is dropped. again. The answering machine drops the line after three
failed attempts.
If the code is incorrect, the OGM will be replayed. Try
again. The answering machine drops the line after three
failed attempts.

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Remote access - delete all messages Remote Access functions table


Shortcuts for most remote access functions are the same as Shortcut for Shortcut for
Feature AM mode Remote access
those accessed in answering machine mode except Delete control
All Messages.
Play messages 2 ABC 2
PLAY
To delete all messages remotely:
Repeat current message 1 1
Press the * key. RWD

DELETE
Play previous message 1
RWD
1
Use the Numeric keys to enter 0 within 2 seconds. All
Play next message 3 DEF 3
messages are then deleted. FWD

Stop 5 JKL 5
STOP

Remote Access Responses


Delete the current message
Most tones and alerts for remote access operations are the while the message is being DELETE
*
same as those in the answering machine mode except: played

8 TUV • When On/Off (key 8) is pressed to turn the Delete all messages DELETE
*+0
ON/OFF

answering machine on, a two-beep confirmation Record OGM 9WXYZ


OGM REC
9
tone is sounded. 6 MNO
Play OGM 6
8 TUV
ON/OFF
• When On/Off (key 8) is pressed to turn the OGM PLAY

answering machine off, a short beep tone is Record a Memo 7PQRS 7


MEMO REC

sounded. Play a Memo 4 GHI 4


# • When Mode is pressed to change from ANS ONLY to MEMO PLAY

MODE
Answer machine on/off 8 TUV 8
ANS RECORD mode, two beeps confirmation tone ON/OFF

are sounded. Select Answer- Record or # #


# • When Mode is pressed to change from ANS RECORD Answer-Only mode MODE

MODE

to ANS ONLY mode, a short beep tone is sounded.


• If you try and record a Memo when the memory is
full, a long beep reject tone is sounded.

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Memo the recorded memo is played back. During play back, the
You can record a memo on the answering machine. The
LCD displays PLAY MEMO.
memo is not included when the incoming messages are 5 JKL Press Stop (key 5) to halt the playback otherwise playback
played. STOP
stops at the end of the memo. The LCD displays STOP and a
two-beep tone is sounded in the earpiece.
If there is a memo being recorded in the answering
machine, the screen on all handsets registered to the same
base unit display NEW MEMO during standby.
" Note: You can specify the maximum duration of
the memo and message, refer to Message length
on page 30).

" Note: Only one memo can be stored in the


answering machine at a time. You need to delete
the old memo before a new one can be recorded.
To play a memo
4 GHI Press Memo Play (key 4) to listen to the memo.
MEMO PLAY

To record a memo

7PQRS
Press AM to enter answering machine mode.
Press Memo Rec (key 7) The LCD displays REC MEMO.
" Note: If there is no memo recorded, NO MEMO is
displayed when MEMO PLAY is pressed.

MEMO REC Wait for a beep that indicates the beginning of recording
session. The LCD displays PLAY MEMO.
Record your memo by talking at a normal level into the 4 GHI Press Memo Play (key 4) during the playback to replay the
handset microphone. MEMO PLAY
memo from the beginning

5 JKL
Press 5 to end the recording session. The recorded memo is Press Volume up/down to adjust the speaker volume.
STOP played back after the recording. During play back, the LCD
displays PLAY MEMO. 5 JKL
Press Stop (key 5) to halt playback. Otherwise playback
STOP stops at the end of the Memo. The LCD displays STOP and a
If you do not stop the recording within the time allowed, two-beep tone is sounded in the speaker.
the recording is stopped automatically after this time and

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After the memo is played, the prompt NEW MEMO which is


displayed during standby mode is turned off.

To delete a memo

DELETE
Press Delete during memo playback.
The memo stops playing and a confirmation tone is
sounded. The LCD displays DELETED.

Quick turn off


If you pick up the incoming call from a phone on another
extension during the period when the OGM is being played,
you can stop the answering machine by pressing the # key
on the extension telephone.

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Caller ID

" Note: For the Caller ID to function, you must


subscribe to the Caller ID service offered by your
telephone service provider. This section will not
be applicable to your phone if you do not
subscribe to this service. Consult your telephone
service provider for details about the service.
When an external call is received the caller information
(CID) of the calling number is displayed on the LCD screen,
as shown in Figure 1, and stored in the Calls list. At this time
the NEW CID symbol is displayed on the LCD screen. This
symbol remains if the call is unanswered and until the Calls

Caller ID and list is reviewed (page 40). While the call is ringing, the EXT
symbol is also displayed (not shown in Figures 1 and 2).

Calls list ? ?

Figure 1 Figure 2

Additionally one of the following is displayed on the


display depending on the information received:
• The name of the entry in your phonebook if the
number supplied by the CID service matches exactly
with the number in the phonebook as is shown in
Figure 2 above.

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• The first 10-characters of the name supplied by the Calls list


CID service The Calls list stores the name and numbers of the last 20
• The last 16-digits of the number supplied by the CID unanswered and answered incoming calls.
service if the name is unavailable
If a number has been identified several times, it is stored as
• NOT AVAIL for calls classified as "out of area".
many times as it has called. When the Calls list is full a new
• WITHHELD for calls classified as private.
call will replace the oldest call.
The W symbol is displayed if the number in the CID is When the Calls list has been reviewed, the NEW CID symbol
displayed and it has more than 16-digits. is removed from the display on the handset.

Call waiting
This section only applies if you have subscribed to the Call
Waiting service. Consult your telephone service provider
" Note: The Calls List is stored on the handset.
Deletion of call records on one handset applies
only to that handset and does not affect the
for details about this service. other handsets registered to the same base unit.

" Note: The details below may differ between the


various Call Waiting service providers. Check
with your supplier for exact details.
Review the calls list
To review the Calls list carry out the following:
If while you are talking on the phone there is another Press CID.
external incoming call (waiting), your handset displays the CID

CID information of the other call for about 7 seconds. The most recently received CID is displayed.

While the call is in progress a series of short beeps are If the Calls list is empty, EMPTY is displayed for 2 seconds
sounded. and then return to standby.

R
Press Recall to place the first external call on hold and OK Press OK to view the next available information.
answer the second call.
R Press Recall to toggle between the two calls.

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For example: The display reads NAME? or the name of the CID supplied
Press OK when the name is displayed to display the first by the telephone network or from the phonebook.
OK
16-digits of the number.
C Use the Alphanumeric keys and Cancel to enter or edit
The X symbol is displayed when the number of digits is the name for the entry. If a name is not entered, the entry
greater than 16. is identified by a set of brackets ( ). Refer to ‘Editing an
entry’ on page 22.
OK Press OK to view the remaining digits. The X symbol is
displayed. OK Press OK.

OK Press OK again to display the date and time of the call. The LCD displays NUMBER? or the number of the CID
supplied.
OK Press OK again to display the name. C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter or edit the
Use Scroll to scroll through the Calls list names. number for the entry.

Press Cancel To exit. OK


Press OK to confirm. If the number already exists in the
C
phonebook, the display continues to display the number.

Saving CID to the phonebook C Press Cancel to return to Calls list.


While reviewing a CID in the Calls list, the selected record C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
can be copied to the phonebook.
While reviewing the Calls list you wish to transfer to the Deleting a CID record
phonebook:
While reviewing the Calls list you wish to delete from the
R Press Menu. list:
MENU

The LCD displays SAVE ENTRY. R Press Menu.


MENU

OK Press OK. The LCD displays SAVE ENTRY.

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Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays DELETE. Message waiting indication
When a message waiting indication ON is received from
Press OK until the LCD displays DELETE?
OK your telephone network service provider, the MESSAGE
Press OK to confirm. The selected CID is deleted. WAITING symbol is displayed on all handsets currently
OK
connected to the particular base unit. The LED on all of
If there are no more records in the Calls list, the LCD these handsets blinks. You can make a call to the network
displays EMPTY for 2 seconds and then return to standby. service provider to listen to the messages in your voice
mailbox.

" Note: Refer to Delete All Records described on


page 55 to Delete All Records in the log at the
same time.
When a message waiting OFF indication is received from
the network service provider, the MESSAGE WAITING
symbol on all handsets currently connected is turned off.
The LED on all handsets currently connected is turned off.
Call back from the Calls list You can also press and hold Cancel during standby to turn
This feature only works if the CID record contains a valid off the MESSAGE WAITING symbol . Once a handset
phone number. dismisses this symbol, all other handsets that are currently
Press CID. connected to the same base unit also turn off this symbol.
CID Consult your telephone service provider for details about
The most recently received CID is displayed. this service. The message waiting sysmbol only appears on
If the Calls list is empty, the LCD displays EMPTY for two cable services and is not compatible with British Telecom.
seconds and then returns to standby.
Use Scroll to scroll through the Calls list until the
number you wish to call is displayed.
Press TALK to dial out the number.

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Prefix matching
You can program the phone to automatically add a prefix
to the number dialled if the leading digits of the number
match the ones you have set in the prefix rules. You can
store the prefix and starting digits.
If the number to be dialled begins with the digits entered in
the prefix rules, the associated prefix is inserted in front of
the number as the number is dialled out. For example, if the
prefix rule is: add prefix 123 for numbers to be dialled that
begin with 456. When 4567890 is to dialled out, the actual
number dialled is 1234567890.

Additional " Note: The prefix is not displayed or stored in the


redial log. The prefix and number of starting
digits in the number to be dialled, can each

features
consist of up to 5 digits.

To set the leading digits and prefix:


R
Press Menu.
MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FEATURES is


displayed

OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until PREFIX is
displayed.
OK Press OK.

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The LCD displays PIN? OK Press OK to confirm the number entered.


Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct PIN of the base.
OK Press OK. " Note: When the prefix rule does not contain any
digits in the number field, the prefix is applied
to all dialled numbers.
The LCD displays PREFIX 1. This feature does not apply to numbers dialled
using Traditional dialling. The dialled prefix are
Use Scroll to scroll through the options until the desired not stored in the redial list.
prefix from PREFIX 1, PREFIX 2 and PREFIX 3 is displayed. Prefix matching is not carried out on emergency
numbers.
OK Press OK to set the selected option.
Use Scroll to select ON or OFF. Ringer melodies

OK

OK
Press OK when ON is displayed to activate the selected
prefix rule.
(Press OK when OFF is selected to de-activate the selected
" Note: It is recommended that you do not use
MELODY 10 as this could be confused with the
paging tone.

prefix rule) For external calls


The LCD displays PREFIX? or the currently set prefix digits. The melody played by the handset when the phone rings as
it receives an external call may be set to one of ten preset
C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the prefix melodies provided.
digits. R
MENU
Press Menu.
OK Press OK to confirm the prefix entered.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SOUNDS is
The LCD displays NUMBER? or the currently set digits. displayed.
C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the leading OK Press OK.
digits of the telephone number to use the prefix just set.

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Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until HS RINGER is Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until HS RINGER is
displayed. displayed.

OK Press OK. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until EXT OK Press OK.
MELODY is displayed.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until INT MELODY is
OK Press OK. displayed.
Use Scroll to select the desired melody from MELODY 1 to OK Press OK.
MELODY 10, to play to announce an incoming external
call. Use Scroll to select the desired melody from MELODY 1 to
MELODY 10, to play to announce an incoming internal call.
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to EXT MELODY.
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to INT MELODY.
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.

" Note: The default ringer melody for external calls


is MELODY 1.
" Note: The default ringer melody for internal calls
is MELODY 2.

For internal calls


Base ringer melody for external calls
The melody played by the handset when the phone rings as
it receives an internal call may be set to one of ten preset The melody played by the base when the phone rings as it
melodies provided. receives an external call may be set to one of ten preset
R melodies provided.
MENU
Press Menu.
R Press Menu.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SOUNDS is MENU

displayed. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SOUNDS is


displayed.
OK Press OK.

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OK
Press OK. OK
Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until BS RINGER is Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until BS RINGER is
displayed. displayed.
OK Press OK. OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD The LCD displays VOLUME.
displays MELODY.
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to select the graphical representation of the
Use Scroll to select the desired melody from MELODY 1 to volume level in the range 5 bars to 1 bar (max to min
MELODY 10, to play to announce an incoming external volume respectively) and VOL OFF.
call.
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to VOLUME.
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to MELODY.
To turn off the base ringer volume press OK when VOL OFF
OK
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. is displayed.

Base ringer volume Use Scroll to select OFF.


The volume of the ringer in the base unit which sound when OK Press OK.
there is an incoming external call can be set to be one of
five preset levels and OFF.
R
Press Menu.
MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SOUNDS is


displayed.

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Operator services Use the Alphanumeric keys to enter the name of the
service (up to 10 characters). If no name is entered, the

" Note: Consult your telephone service provider


for details about this service.
OK
display remains at NAME? Every entry must have a name.
After entering the name press OK to confirm.
A total of seven operator services can be stored in the The LCD then displays NUMBER?
handset. Each can have a name comprising up to 10
characters and a number of up to 18-digits. Use the Numeric keys to enter the number of the service
(up to 18 digits).
The operator services operate like the phonebook except
that the operator services can also be accessed during off- R
You can also enter a recall by pressing R. The LCD then
hook. Typical uses for this function could include Call displays R.
Reminder setup, your provider’s Customer Services and to OK Press OK to confirm.
withhold your number when making a call.

Adding a service
Press Operator service during pre-dial or standby. " Note: If no number is entered, the display will
remain at NUMBER? for 30 seconds before
returning to standby.
The LCD displays ADD ENTRY.
Reviewing services
OK Press OK.
Press Operator services during pre-dial or standby.
The LCD displays NAME?
The LCD displays ADD ENTRY.

" Note: If all 7 services have already been


recorded, FULL is displayed for 2 seconds. You
are then returned to the ADD ENTRY menu
Use Scroll to scroll through the list of services (or press a
digit to search for as with phonebook records, see
page 21).
option.

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The LCD displays the name of the currently selected OK


Press OK to dial out the number of the selected service.
service name.
Editing a service number
OK Press OK to view the number of the selected service.
Press Operator services during pre-dial or standby.
The number is displayed.
The display reads ADD ENTRY.
C Press Cancel at any time to return to standby.
Use Scroll to scroll through the list of services (or press a
Dialling out a service number digit to search for as with phonebook records, see page 21)
until the service name is displayed on the LCD
During standby
R
Press Operator services. MENU
Press Menu. The LCD displays EDIT ENTRY.

The LCD displays ADD ENTRY. OK Press OK. The name of the service is displayed.

Use Scroll to scroll through the services. OK Edit the name and press OK to accept the changes.

The LCD displays the name of the currently selected The number of the entry is displayed.
service name.
OK Edit the number and press OK to accept the changes.
Press Talk to dial out the number of the selected service.
The display returns to EDIT ENTRY.
During off-hook
C Press Cancel and return to the Services list.
Press Operator services.
C Press and hold Cancel to return to standby.
The LCD displays ADD ENTRY.
Use Scroll to scroll through the services. Delete a service
Press Operator services during pre-dial or standby.
The LCD displays the currently selected service name.
The display reads ADD ENTRY.

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Use Scroll to scroll through the list of services (or press a EXEMPT: All external calls that start with the exempt
digit to search as with phonebook records, see page 21) number are allowed. All other external calls are barred
until the service name is displayed on the LCD screen. except those to the emergency numbers.
R Press Menu. The LCD displays EDIT ENTRY. BAR: All external calls starting with a set prefix are barred.
MENU
However, calls to emergency numbers starting with the
Use Scroll to scroll until DELETE is displayed. prefix are not barred.

!
OK Press OK. The display reads DELETE?
Warning! You should provide an alternative
Press OK again to confirm that the selected service is to be means to allow emergency services to be
OK
contacted.
deleted.
R
Press Menu.
" Note: Refer to Delete All Records on page 55 to
delete all the service numbers at the same time.
MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FEATURES is


displayed.
The display will return to the Services list. OK Press OK.
C Press Cancel to exit and return to standby. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until CALL BAR is
displayed.
Call barring OK Press OK.
You can prevent outgoing calls being made from your
handset to protect it against possible unauthorised use. The display reads PIN?
There are four call barring options to choose from as listed Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct PIN for the
below: base. The default PIN is 0000.
OFF: All calls allowed OK Press OK.
ALL: All external calls are barred except those to
The LCD displays HANDSET 1.
emergency numbers

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Use Scroll to scroll through HANDSET 1 to HANDSET 5 until Only external calls starting with the EXEMPT number can
the required handset number is displayed. be made. Other external calls will be barred.

OK Press OK to select displayed handset. To bar external calls with the BAR number on the selected
handset:
To de-activate any call bar setting applied to the selected
handset, use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays OFF. Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays BAR.

OK
Press OK. The function is de-activated. All calls are now OK Press OK.
allowed.
The LCD displays NUMBER? or the previously entered "Bar"
To bar ALL external calls on the selected handset: number.
Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays ALL. C
Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the number to
be barred.
OK
Press OK. The phone cannot now be used to make external
calls except emergency calls. OK Press OK to confirm the entry.
To bar external calls except the EXEMPT number on the All external calls starting with the entered number are
selected handset: barred. Other external calls are allowed.
Use Scroll to scroll until the LCD displays EXEMPT.

OK Press OK. " Note: If OK is pressed when there is no number


entered for EXEMPT or BAR, the call barring
feature is turned off for the handset where this
The LCD displays NUMBER? or the previously entered was performed.
‘exempt’ number.
C

Use the Numeric keys and Cancel to enter the number to R Recall
be exempted. The R key is used for a number of services available from
Press OK to confirm the entry. the telephone network, and for use when connected to
OK
certain telephone switches. Details on when to use this

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button can be explained by your telephone network Direct dialling


service provider. When activated, ANY key press during standby, except
MENU, dials out the number you have set.
Flash timing
When the direct dial feature is activated, DIR DIAL blinks
When talking on the phone, pressing R sends a flash signal. on the display during standby.
With this phone you can choose between two flash timings
provided.
To activate direct dialling
R

" Note: Flash timing is different in various


countries. Check with your telephone network
supplier if you are not sure.
MENU
Press Menu.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FEATURES is
displayed.
To set the duration
R
OK Press OK.
Press Menu.
MENU
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until DIR DIAL is
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SETTINGS is displayed.
displayed.
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to select ON.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FLASH TIME is
displayed.
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK.
The LCD displays NUMBER? or displays the previously
Use Scroll to select from the two durations, FLASH 1 entered direct dial number.
(100ms) and FLASH 2 (250ms).
Enter the number to be dialled out.
OK Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to FLASH TIME.
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.

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OK Press OK to confirm. Dialling mode


This phone can be set to operate with either Tone or Pulse

" Note: If OK is pressed before a number is


entered, the feature is de-activated.
Dialling.

To select
R
Press Menu.
C Press Cancel to exit. A blinking DIR DIAL displays during MENU

standby. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SETTINGS is


displayed.
To de-activate direct dialling
R OK Press OK.
Press Menu. The phone goes directly to the DIR DIAL menu
MENU

Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until DIAL MODE is


OK Press OK. The display shows ON. displayed.
Press Scroll to select OFF. OK Press OK.
OK Press OK to set OFF . Use Scroll to select TONE or PULSE.
Press and hold Cancel to return to standby. DIR DIAL is Press OK to confirm the selection and exit to DIAL MODE.
C
cleared from the display. OK

C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.

" Note: During pulse dialling, press and hold *. The


LCD displays d. All digits dialled after d are
dialled out in tone form (TONE). During pulse
dialling, press * and #. The LCD displays the digits
but they are not dialled. d can be included in pre-
dial, phonebook and service numbers.

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Naming the handset timer starts counting as soon as the phone goes off hook.
The handset can be given a name of your choice which is When the call has been in progress for 10 seconds, and the
displayed during standby. The name can be composed of up call timer has been activated, the call duration is displayed
to 10 alphanumeric characters. in the format mm:ss (e.g. 00:10). When the elapsed time
reaches 59 minutes and 59 seconds (59:59), the timer
R Press Menu.
MENU
format changes to hh:mm (e.g. 01:00).
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until DISPLAY is The Call timer will reset to 00:00 (mm:ss) and start over
displayed. again after 17 hr 59 min 59 sec (17:59). When the call has
ended, the call timer will stop counting and continue to
OK Press OK.
display for a further 5 seconds.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until LABEL is
displayed. To activate
R
OK Press OK. Press Menu.
MENU

C Use the Alphanumeric keys and Cancel to enter the name Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until DISPLAY is
for the handset. displayed.

OK Press OK to confirm the name entered and exit to LABEL. OK Press OK.

Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the CALL TIMER
C
is displayed.

" Note: The LABEL name disappears when messages


have been recieved on the Answering machine.
OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll until the display reads ON.

OK Press OK to confirm and exit to CALL TIMER.


Call timer Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
C
The length of a call can be timed and displayed. The call

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To de-activate .

R
MENU
Press Menu.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until DISPLAY is
" Note: When the PIN code has been changed for a
particular base, you must use the new PIN code
for this base on all other handsets
displayed.
The PIN code is composed of up to eight numerical digits.
OK Press OK.
To change the PIN code
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until CALL TIMER is
R
displayed. Press Menu.
MENU

OK Press OK. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SYSTEM is
displayed.
Use Scroll to scroll until the display reads OFF.
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK to confirm and exit to CALL TIMER.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until CHANGE PIN is
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. displayed.
OK Press OK. The display reads PIN?
Change the base PIN code
A PIN code is required in order to carry out a number of Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct PIN of the
operations. The default PIN code is 0000. currently selected base.

• Change the Prefix settings OK Press OK. The display reads NEW PIN.
• Change Call barring settings Use the Numeric keys to enter the new PIN (maximum 8
• Register a handset digits).
• De-register a handset
OK Press OK to confirm. The LCD displays REPEAT.
• Reset the phone settings
• Change the current PIN Use the Numeric keys to re-enter the new PIN.

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OK
Press OK to confirm and exit to CHANGE PIN. Reset to factory defaults
Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. All settings for both the handset and base can be restored
C to the factory defaults using the RESET function. Refer to
page 61 for details of the factory defaults.
Delete all records
You can reset the phonebook records, the redial list, the
call log and the services numbers in a handset, all at the
same time by using this function.
" Note: This function restores the factory default
settings on both the base and the handset. You
cannot restore factory default setting on the
base only or the handset only.
R
Press Menu.
MENU R
Press Menu
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until RESET is MENU

displayed. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
displays RESET.
OK Press OK.
OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll until RECORDS is displayed.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until the LCD
OK Press OK. displays SETTINGS.
The LCD displays RESET?. OK Press OK. The display reads PIN?.
OK Press OK to confirm and exit to RECORDS. Use the Numeric keys to enter the PIN of the connected
base.
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
OK Press OK to confirm. The LCD displays RESET?

" Note: After this function is executed, all entries


in the phonebook, redial list, call log are deleted
and the Services records are reset to the factory
OK Press OK to confirm.

defaults. The records on any other handsets are


unaffected and remain intact.

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Quick dialling OK
Press OK at ON will activate the Quick Dial feature for the
selected key.

" Note: To make a call using Quick Dialling there


must be at least one valid number stored in the
Phonebook.
The name of the first record in the phonebook is displayed.
Use Scroll to scroll through the phonebook records (or use
Each numeric key (1 to 9) can be associated with a the starting letters to select record) until the required
phonebook record. When the QUICK DIAL option is set, phonebook record is displayed
then during standby you can press a single number to dial
OK Press OK to view the number.
out the telephone number in the associated phonebook
record. OK Press OK to set to the displayed record.
To Set the quick dial:
R
The QUICK DIAL feature is activated with the selected key.
MENU
Press Menu during pre-dial or standby.
C Press and hold Cancel to return to standby.
The LCD displays FEATURES.
OK Press OK
Use Scroll to scroll until QUICK DIAL is displayed.
" Note: If there are no records in the phonebook,
and you press OK at ON, the LCD displays
EMPTY.

OK Press OK. The LCD displays KEY 1.


To use quick dial
Use Scroll to scroll through KEY 1 to KEY 9 until the Press and hold the Numerical key you have associated
required number is displayed. with the phonebook record containing the number you
wish to call.
OK Press OK to set the selected number.
The telephone number from the record is dialled and
Use Scroll to select ON or OFF. displayed on the LCD.
OK
Press OK at OFF to de-activate the Quick Dial feature for
the selected key.

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If more than 16-digits are entered, the W symbol is Auto answering


displayed to indicate the number is longer than 16-digits When the Auto Answering function is activated, you are
and only the last 16-digits are displayed.
able to answer a call by lifting the handset out of the base
cradle without having to press the Talk key.
Handset keypad lock/unlock R
Press Menu.
You can lock the handset to prevent accidental operation MENU

of any keys. When the keypad is locked, all keys will be Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SETTINGS is
inactive except TALK when there is an incoming call. displayed.
OK Press OK.
To lock the handset keys
# Press and hold Keylock during standby. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until AUTO ANS is
displayed.
HOLD # is displayed.
OK Press OK.
To unlock the handset keys To activate
# Press and hold Keylock during standby. Use Scroll to select ON.
HOLD # disappears from the display. OK Press OK.
You can answer a call by lifting the handset out of the
base cradle without having to press any keys.

" Note: When a call comes in, you can answer the
call by (1) Pressing TALK if the handset is not in
the base unit or (2) when AUTO ANS is ON lift To de-activate
the handset from the base. End the call by Use Scroll to select OFF.
pressing TALK. The keypad remains locked.
OK Press OK.
You must press the Talk key to answer a call regardless of
whether the handset is in or out of the base cradle.

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Registering a new handset Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until REGISTER is
This function allows you to register a handset with a base
displayed.
station. Up to five handsets can be registered to a base OK Press OK.
station and each handset can be registered to up to 4 base
units. The LCD displays BS 1 2 3 4. (Base unit 1 to Base unit 4)

" Note: Initially this procedure is not required Use the Numeric keys to enter the number of the base
since the handset supplied in this system is unit you wish to register using the numeric keypad on the
already registered to the base supplied. handset.
However, this procedure is required if you add a
further handset to the system. It would be The handset displays PIN?
required for the existing handset if you
Use the Numeric keys to enter the PIN number of the base
inadvertently de-register it. unit (default is 0000).

" Note: Before beginning a registration procedure


ensure the new handset is fully charged, and
position the base unit and new handset in front
Press and hold the Find handset button on the base unit
until you hear two beeps.
of you. OK Press OK
Each handset that registers can select the base number for The handset displays SEARCH BS X while it searches for the
the base it is about to register with so that it can be base unit (where X is the number of the base you are
identified at the Base Selection setting. registering to).
R
Press Menu. Once a connection has been made, the handset name and
MENU
number appears on the Display. The handset number is the
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SYSTEM is next available number if the number of handsets already
displayed. registered with the base is less than 5.
OK Press OK. The name is the name you provide, see Naming the Handset
on page 53. The handset default name is CWD2601.

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Also appearing on the Display at this time should be the To select AUTO
battery status symbol and antenna which reflects the If necessary, use Scroll to scroll through the menu until
strength of the radio link between handset and base. AUTO is displayed.

OK Press OK. The display reads AUTO.


Base selection
There are two options for use when setting the base OK Press OK to confirm the selection.
selection method: During subsequent registrations, the handset searches for
Auto: Set the base selection setting to AUTO, so that any available registered base.
whenever the handset-base link is lost or when the system To select Fixed base:
powers up, the handset searches to connect to any
available registered base. Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FIXED is
displayed.
Fixed: By assigning one of the registered bases to be
"Fixed", it then becomes the only base to be searched for OK Press OK.
when the handset-base link is lost or when the system
powers up. The display reads BS 1 2 3 4.

To set the base station Use the numeric keys to enter the base number to be set as
R
the fixed base.
MENU
Press Menu.
During subsequent registrations, the handset searches for
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SYSTEM is the base according to this selection.
displayed.

OK Press OK.
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SELECT BS is
displayed.
Choose the option required:

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De-registering a handset Registering with another base unit


One handset can be used to de-register any of the other You can register your handset with a maximum of four base
handsets registered to the same base unit. units as described above. However, if your handset is
R already registered with four base units you will need first
Press Menu.
MENU to remove it from one of the other base units before it can
Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until SYSTEM is be registered with another.
displayed.
OK Press OK.
Switching the handset on / off
To turn on
Use Scroll to scroll through until DELETE HS is displayed.
You can turn the handset on in two ways:
OK Press OK. HANDSET 1 is displayed.
Via the Base unit:
Use Scroll to scroll until the the handset to be removed Place the handset in the Base unit.
(HANDSET 1 to HANDSET 5) is displayed .
The handset turns on after three seconds. The LCD displays

" Note: You cannot de-register the handset you BS SEARCH until the Base unit is found and beeps when
are using. ready for use.
Via the handset:

Press OK to confirm the selection. Press and hold the Power on/off key for one second.
OK

The LCD displays PIN? The handset turns on after three seconds. The LCD displays
BS SEARCH until the Base unit is found. It is then ready to
Use the Numeric keys to enter the correct PIN of the use.
connected base.
To turn off
OK Press OK to confirm the removal of the handset. To turn the handset off when it is not in the Base unit:
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby. Press and hold the Power on/off key for three seconds.

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Default settings Function Setting

Function Setting Call bar and exempt numbers Empty

External ringer melody (handset and base) MELODY 1 Operator services Empty

Internal ringer melody (handset) MELODY 2 Base Selection Auto

Handset Ring Volume Maximum („„„„„) PIN Code (Base) 0000

Base Ring Volume Medium („„„) Answering Machine On

Receiver Volume Medium Answering Mode Answer Record

Flash Timing FLASH 1 Ring Delay Economy

Dial Mode Tone OGM Pre-recorded

Auto Answer On New Message Alert Tone On

Key Beep Tone On Message Length 2 minutes

Confirmation Tone On Call Screening Off

Charging Tone On Call screen and EXEMPT numbers Empty

Call Timer On Speaker Filtering On

Message Waiting Indicator Off Blocker Off

Monitor Off Remote Access Code (3 digits) 000

Direct Dial function Off SOS Code (3 digits) 111

Direct Dial number Empty Incoming message Empty

Quick Dial Off Memo Empty

Prefix Dialling Off TAD Message Volume Medium

Prefixes and numbers Empty Handset Name CWD2601

Call Barring Off Language English

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Making internal calls


To be able to make a call to another handset, the handsets
must be registered to the same base. See page 58 for
Registering a handset.
INT Press INT
The Calling internal symbol on handset will be turned on.
Press the registered handset number you wish to call
1,2,3,4 or 5.
The call timer will display after a while and start timing the
call.

Additional
To end a call
Press Talk or place the handset back on the base unit.

handsets
The duration of the call will remain for about 5 seconds
after you hanged up.

Using pre-dialing
Enter the number of the handset you wish to call.
INT Press INT
The call is connected.

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The external call will be put on hold and internal dialing

" Note: During an internal call, if an external call tone can be heard from the earpiece or speaker.
comes through, you will hear short beeps. and
the EXT symbol on handset will blink. The Intercom symbol is displayed in addition to the
External call and Talk symbols.
Press the number of the handset you wish to call.
Receiving an external call during an
internal call If there is no reply, press INT again to reconnect to the
If an external call comes in while the handset is on internal external call and the other handset will stop ringing.
call, the External call symbol blinks and a series of short INT Press INT again to make another call to the other handset.
beeps sounded in the earpiece. The CID of the caller is
displayed if you have subscribed to the Caller ID service. When the other handset answers the call, the two
handsets can communicate while keeping the external call
Press Talk to hang up the internal call. on hold.
Press Talk again to answer the external call.
INT Press INT to toggle between the internal and external
calls.
Enquiry call
While talking on an external call, the handset can put the Call transfer
external call on hold and make an enquiry call to another You can transfer phone calls to other handsets registered
handset. The handset can then toggle between the external to the same base unit.
call and the other handset.
INT During an external call, press INT.
While the external call is on hold, a tone is emitted to the
external party to indicate that the call is on hold. The external call will be put on hold and internal dialing
tone can be heard from the earpiece or speaker.
To make an enquiry call carry out the following:
The Intercom symbol is displayed in addition to the
INT During an external call, press INT. External call and Talk symbols.

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Press the number of the handset you wish to call. Room monitoring
When the other handset answers the call, press Talk on When more than one handset is registered to the same base
the handset or place the handset on the base to transfer unit, one of the handsets can be used as a room (baby)
the call. The Intercom and Talk symbols are turned off. Monitor device.

To activate:
Conference call R
A conference call can be made between an external call Press Menu.
MENU

and two handsets as follows: Use Scroll to scroll through the menu until FEATURES is
INT During an external call, press INT. displayed.

The external call will be put on hold and internal dialing OK Press OK.
tone can be heard from the earpiece or speaker.
Use Scroll to scroll through until the display reads
The Intercom symbol is displayed in addition to the MONITOR.
External call and Talk symbols.
OK Press OK.
Press the number of the handset you wish to call.
Use Scroll to select ON.
When the other handset answers the call, press and hold
INT to activate the conference call. OK Press OK to confirm and exit to MONITOR.
The conference symbol on both handsets is turned on. Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.
C
You can exit the conference call by pressing Talk on the
handset or place the handset on the cradle. The other MONITOR blinks on the display to indicate the handset is in
handset and the external call will still be connected. The monitor mode during standby.
Intercom and Talk symbols are turned off. To activate the microphone on this handset, make an
internal call to the handset from another handset.

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Sounds from the room will be heard in the other handset.


You can also press Speakerphone to listen in from the
speaker in the handset.

" Note: The handset configured as monitor will


not ring when called from another handset or
when an external call comes in.

To de-activate:
R On the “monitor” handset, press Menu.
MENU

The handset displays MONITOR menu directly.


OK Press OK . The display reads ON.
Press Scroll to select OFF.
OK Press OK to confirm and exit to MONITOR.
C Press and hold Cancel to exit to standby.

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Service and maintenance


How to clean your handset and base
Occasionally wipe the base and handset with a clean dry cloth.
Slightly moisten the cloth to remove any stubborn marks.
Do not use sprays or abrasive cleaners as they may damage the
casing and the parts inside the handset and base.

Positioning the base


Make sure it is near a power socket and a phone point.
Do not place the base on or near a television or computer monitor.

Helpful
Some electrical equipment can interfere with reception if the base
is placed too close.

Information
Do not place the base on untreated antique furniture.
Do not expose the handset or base to direct sunlight, extreme
temperatures or high humidity, or position where it is likely to get
wet.

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Troubleshooting Handset does not ring


• Check the ringer volume setting is not set to 'Off '. See page 15.
No display
• Check the telephone line cord and mains power cord are
• The batteries may need recharging. Place the handset back on
properly connected. See pages 10 and 11.
the base.
• You may be out of range. Is the aerial symbol flashing in the
• The handset may be switched off. To switch back on refer to
display? Can you hear a beep? Is so, move closer to the base.
page 60.
See page 18.
No dial tone
Handset is not charging properly
• Check the telephone line cord and mains power cord are
• Check the mains power is properly connected to the base.
properly connected, see pages 10 and 11.
• Check your handset is sitting correctly in the base. You may
• Check that your handset is correctly registered to the CWD2601
need to clean the charging contacts with a dry cloth.
base, see page 58.
• Check the batteries are correctly installed. See page 9.
• You may be out of range. Is the signal strength symbol
flashing in the display? Can you hear a beep? If so, move closer
Your handset doesn't link up with the base station
to the base. See page 18.
• Is the aerial symbol flashing in the display? If so, move closer to
You cannot dial out your base unit as you may be out of range. See page 18.
• The dialled number may be restricted. Check the call barring • Check that your handset is correctly registered with your base
settings on page 49. unit. See page 58.
• The keypad lock may be on. See Handset keypad lock/unlock on • Check the mains power is properly connected. See pages 10 and 11.
page 57.
• Check the battery symbol, if the batteries are low, place your
handset back on the base to re-charge. Refer to page 11.

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• If your handset is registered to more than one base, check you The callers name is not displayed even though it is stored in the
have selected the correct base. See Base selection, page 59. phonebook
• Have you stored the full telephone number, with the STD code
You are experiencing interference on your radio, TV, or com- in the phonebook? The name will only be displayed if an exact
puter match is found. See page 19.
• To avoid risk of interference we recommend you use your
handset at least one metre away from other electrical
equipment.

Answering Machine
The answering machine is not recording messages.
• Check that it is switched on. See page 25.
• Check that you have set your CWD2601 to Answer and Record
mode. See page 26.
• The memory may be full. To delete messages, see page 29.

Caller ID
The caller’s details are not displayed
• Have you subscribed to a Caller ID service? If not, contact your
network provider.
• The details may have been withheld by the caller.

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Warranty
This product has a warranty of 12 months and is therefore
guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
during that period. If you experience a problem within that time,
simply call our Customer Helpline on 0870 241 3201 (9.00am-
5.00pm, Monday to Friday). There will be a charge for this call.
If your problem cannot be solved by our Helpline, you will need to
return your product to the place it was purchased. Remember to
take your receipt as proof of purchase as it must be produced
before the warranty can be honoured.

The product must have been used only for the intended
purpose and not been subjected to wilful or accidental

Warranty damage. This warranty does not cover damage caused by


excessive voltage, lightning or faults on the telephone line. If
the product has been tampered with in any way, the
warranty shall be considered null and void.

This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.

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Technical details
This product is intended for use on Public Switched Telephone
Networks (PSTNs) and Private Branch Exchanges (PABXs) in the
United Kingdom as indicated below:
• Direct Exchange Lines providing Multi Frequency (MF)
signalling and Timed Break Recall facilities.
• Compatible switchboards which utilise MF signalling and
Timed Break Recall.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this apparatus is 1. If the
RENs of all the units connected to your line are added up, the total
must not exceed 4 since this is the normal limit of most exchange
lines.

Technical This product complies with the essential requirements for Radio
and Telecommunication.

Details CE Mark in accordance with:


89/336 EEC EMC
73/23 EEC Low Voltage
93/68 EEC CE Directive
1999/5 EC R&TTE

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Connection computer, TV, radio, fluorescent lights can interfere with


This product is intended for use on Public Switched Telephone reception if it is placed too close. We recommend that you place
Networks (PSTNs) and Private Branch Exchanges (PABXs) in the your CWD2601 at least one metre away from such appliances to
United Kingdom as indicated below: minimise the risk of interference.

• Direct Exchange Lines providing Multi-frequency (MF) Cleaning


signalling and Timed Break Recall facilities.
Occasionally wipe over the base and handset with a clean, dry
• Compatible switchboards which utilise Loop Disconnect or
cloth. Do not use sprays or abrasive cleaners as these may damage
MF signalling and Timed Linebreak Recall.
the casing and interior components.
This product has been designed for use in the UK only. Use in
countries other than the UK may violate local laws.
Positioning
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) Be sure to install CWD2601 base within reach of a power socket
and telephone point. Avoid direct sunlight, extreme temperatures,
The Ringer Equivalence number (REN) of this apparatus is 1. If the
high humidity and places where your CWD2601 could get wet.
RENs of all the units connected to your line are added up, the total
must not exceed 4 since that is the normal limit of most exchange
lines.

Power failure
In the event of mains power failure you will not be able to make or
receive calls from your CWD2601. Alternative arrangements
should be made for access to emergency services.

Transmission frequencies/Interference
Your CWD2601 works by sending radio signals between the base
station and handset.These signals can interfere with hearing aids
causing a humming noise. Some electrical appliances e.g.

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Cable and Wireless Communications Services Ltd


Helpline 0870 241 3201 (9.00am-5.00pm)
Cable and Wireless pursues a policy of continuous development of
it’s products and services.
This document is for guidance only and does not form part of any
contract. It is subject to change without notice.
Copywrite DTP-Issue1 CWD2601 May03