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PDF Content Summary: Operating Instructions Digital Cordless Phone with Answering Machine Model No. KX-TGD390C KX-TGD392C KX-TGD393C KX-TG163CSK KX-TGD394C Model shown is KX-TGD390. Before initial use, see “Getting Started” on page 8. Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product. Please read these operating instructions before using the unit and save them for future reference. For assistance, please visit our Support page: panasonic.ca/english/support Useful Table of Contents Introduction Information Model composition .......................................3 Voicemail service .......................................28 Accessory information ..................................3 Error messages ..........................................29 Important Information For your safety .............................................5 Important safety instructions ........................6 For best performance ...................................6 Other information .........................................7 Specifications ...............................................7 Troubleshooting .........................................29 Wall mounting (Charger only) ....................32 Industry Canada Notices and other information .................................................33 Warranty .....................................................34 Index Getting Started Index...........................................................35 Setting up .....................................................8 Controls ........................................................9 Display icons ..............................................10 Language settings ......................................10 Date and time .............................................10 Recording your greeting message .............10 Other settings .............................................10 Making/Answering Calls Making calls ...............................................12 Answering calls ..........................................12 Useful features during a call .......................12 Intercom .....................................................13 Phonebook Phonebook .................................................14 Speed dial ..................................................15 Programming Menu list .....................................................17 Alarm ..........................................................20 Night mode .................................................20 Call block ....................................................20 Other programming ....................................21 Registering a handset to the base unit .......22 Caller ID Service Using Caller ID service ...............................23 Caller list ....................................................24 Answering System Answering system ......................................25 Turning the answering system on/off .........25 Greeting message ......................................25 Listening to messages ...............................25 Remote operation .......................................26 Answering system settings .........................27 2 Introduction Model composition Series Model No. Base unit Part No. Handset Part No. Quantity KX-TGD390 series KX-TGD390 KX-TGD390 KX-TGDA39 1 KX-TGD392 KX-TGD390 KX-TGDA39 2 KX-TGD393 KX-TGD390 KX-TGDA39 3 KX-TG163SK KX-TGD390 KX-TGDA39 3 KX-TGD394 KX-TGD390 KX-TGDA39 4 Accessory information Supplied accessories No. Accessory Part number item/ Quantity KX-TGD390 KX-TGD392 KX-TGD393 KX-TG163SK KX-TGD394 A AC adaptor/PNLV226 1 1 1 1 B Telephone line cord 1 1 1 1 C Rechargeable batteries*1 2 4 6 8 D Handset cover*2 1 2 3 4 E Charger – 1 2 3 *1 See page 4 for replacement battery information. *2 The handset cover comes attached to the handset. A B C D E For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 3 Introduction Additional/replacement accessories Please contact your nearest Panasonic dealer for sales information. Accessory item Model number/Specifications Rechargeable batteries HHR-4DPA Battery type: – Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) – 2 x AAA (R03) size for each handset Expanding your phone system Handset (optional): KX-TGDA20C You can expand your phone system by registering optional handsets (6 max.) to a single base unit. 4 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support R Do not allow the AC adaptor or telephone For your safety line cord to be excessively pulled, bent or placed under heavy objects. To prevent severe injury and loss of life/ property, read this section carefully before Operating safeguards using the product to ensure proper and safe operation of your product. R Unplug the product from power outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. WARNING R Do not disassemble the product. R Do not spill liquids (detergents, cleansers, Power connection etc.) onto the telephone line cord plug, or allow it to become wet at all. This may R Use only the power source marked on the cause a fire. If the telephone line cord plug product. becomes wet, immediately pull it from the R Do not overload power outlets and telephone wall jack, and do not use. extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire or electric shock. R Completely insert the AC adaptor/power plug into the power outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric shock and/or excessive heat resulting in a fire. R Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the AC adaptor/power plug by pulling it from the power outlet, then wiping with a dry cloth. Accumulated dust may cause an insulation defect from moisture, etc. resulting in a fire. R Unplug the product from power outlets if it emits smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes an unusual noise. These conditions can cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that smoke has stopped emitting and contact us Medical R Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers or hearing aids, to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF (radio frequency) energy. (The product operates in the frequency range of 1.92 GHz to 1.93 GHz, and the RF transmission power is 115 mW (max.).) R Do not use the product in health care facilities if any regulations posted in the area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy. by visiting our Support page: panasonic.ca/english/support R Unplug from power outlets and never touch CAUTION the inside of the product if its casing has been broken open. Installation and location R Never touch the plug with wet hands. R Never install telephone wiring during an Danger of electric shock exists. electrical storm. R Never install telephone line jacks in wet Installation locations unless the jack is specifically R To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or any type of moisture. R Do not place or use this product near automatically controlled devices such as automatic doors and fire alarms. Radio waves emitted from this product may cause such devices to malfunction resulting in an accident. designed for wet locations. R Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface. R Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines. R The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the AC outlet is installed near the product and is easily accessible. For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 5 Important Information
R This product is unable to make calls when: – the handset batteries need recharging or have failed. – there is a power failure. Battery R We recommend using the batteries noted on page 4. USE ONLY rechargeable Ni-MH batteries AAA (R03) size. R Do not mix old and new batteries. R Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte from the batteries is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful if swallowed. R Exercise care when handling the batteries. Do not allow conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, or keys to touch the batteries, otherwise a short circuit may cause the batteries and/or the conductive material to overheat and cause burns. R Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only, in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual. R Only use a compatible base unit (or charger) to charge the batteries. Do not tamper with the base unit (or charger). Failure to follow these instructions may cause the batteries to swell or explode. Attention: A nickel metal hydride battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY (1-800-822-8837) for information on how to recycle this battery. Important safety instructions When using your product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool. 2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS For best performance Environment R The product should be kept free from excessive smoke, dust, high temperature, and vibration. R When you leave the product unused for a long period of time, unplug the product from the power outlet. R The product should be kept away from heat sources such as heaters, kitchen stoves, etc. It should not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 0 °C (32 °F) or greater than 40 °C (104 °F). Damp basements should also be avoided. R Operating the product near electrical appliances may cause interference. Move away from the electrical appliances.
6 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Important Information Specifications Other information CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is R Standard: replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used DECT 6.0 (Digital Enhanced batteries according to the instructions. Cordless Telecommunications 6.0) R Frequency range: Notice for product disposal, transfer, or return 1.92 GHz to 1.93 GHz R RF transmission power: 115 mW (max.) R This product can store your private/ confidential information. To protect your privacy/confidentiality, we recommend that you erase information such as phonebook or caller list entries from the memory before you dispose of, transfer, or return the product. R Power source: 120 V AC, 60 Hz R Power consumption: Base unit: Standby: Approx. 0.7 W Maximum: Approx. 3.5 W Charger: Standby: Approx. 0.1 W Compliance with TIA-1083 standard Maximum: Approx. 1.8 W R Operating conditions: Telephone handsets identified with this logo 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F), 20 % – 80 % have reduced noise and interference when used with T-Coil equipped hearing aids and relative air humidity (dry) cochlear implants. Compatible with Hearing Aid T-Coil T TIA-1083 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 7 Important Information Battery Setting up installation R USE ONLY rechargeable Ni-MH batteries Connections AAA (R03) size (1). R Do NOT use alkaline/manganese/Ni-Cd Connect the AC adaptor to the unit by pressing the plug firmly. batteries. R Confirm correct polarities ( , ). Fasten the cord by hooking it. Connect the AC adaptor to the power 1 outlet. Connect the telephone line cord to the unit, then to the single-line telephone jack (RJ11C) until you hear a click. A DSL/ADSL filter (not supplied) is required if you have a DSL/ADSL service. Battery charging 4 Charge for about 7 hours. Note for battery charging R Clean the charge contacts with a soft and 5 4 dry cloth once a month. Before cleaning the 3 unit, disconnect from power outlets and any telephone line cords. Battery level 1 2 Icon Battery level High Medium Low Needs charging. Empty Panasonic Ni-MH battery performance (supplied batteries) Operation Operating time In continuous use 10 hours max.*1 Not in use (standby) 6 days max.*1 *1 If eco mode is on. 8 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Getting Started Dial Note: keypad (*: TONE) R Actual battery performance depends on usage and ambient environment. MZN (SP-PHONE: Speakerphone) Microphone Receiver Display Intelligent eco mode MOFFN This feature automatically reduces handset power consumption whenever possible. When it is activate, is displayed. MFLASHNMCALL WAITN MINTERCOMN R This feature is available between 2 handsets. Charge contacts Soft keys Controls Navigator key – MDN, MCN, MFN, or MEN: Scroll through various lists and items. Handset – VOL. (Volume: MDN or MCN): Adjust the receiver or speaker volume while talking. – MFN : View the phonebook entry. – MEN REDIAL: View the redial list. – MCN CID (Caller ID): View the caller list. Base unitA G A A B FGHIJK DCB E F A B C DE H I J K Charge contacts M N (Repeat) MjN/MkN (VOLUME: Volume up/down) M N (LOCATOR) Speaker MERASEN ANSWER ON/OFF indicator MANSWER ON/OFFN M N (PLAY/STOP) Speaker M N (TALK) Message indicator M N (Skip) For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 9 Getting Started Voice Display icons guidance language 1 MMENUN#112 Handset display items 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a Item Meaning MSAVEN a MOFFN Within base unit range Out of base unit range Date and time The line is in use. R When flashing: 1 MMENUN#101 The call is put on hold. R When flashing rapidly: An 2 Enter the current month, date, and year by selecting 2 digits for each. incoming call is now being Example: July 15, 2016 received. 07 15 16 Eco mode is on. (page 9) 3 MOKN Z Speakerphone is on. (page 12) Ringer volume is off. (page 12) 4 Enter the current hour and minute (12-hour clock format) by selecting 2 digits for each. Example: 9:30 09 30 Night mode is on. (page 20) 5 *: Select “AM” or “PM”. Privacy mode is on. (page 19) 6 MSAVEN a MOFFN Alarm is on. (page 20) Note: Handset number R Either 12-hour or 24-hour time format is used depending on the display language. Battery level Blocked call (page 20) Clarity booster is on Recording your greeting automatically. In use Answering system is being used by the base unit or another handset. Line in use message You can record your own greeting message instead of using a pre-recorded greeting message. See page 25 for details. 1 MMENUN#302 2 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN 3 Record a greeting message. a MSTOPN a MOFFN Other settings Dialing mode 1 MMENUN#120 10 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Someone is using the line. Language settings Display language 1 MMENUN#110 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Getting Started Getting Started 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 11 Adjusting Making calls the handset ringer volume Press MDN or MCN repeatedly while ringing. 1 Lift the handset and dial the phone number. Adjusting the base unit ringer volume R To correct a digit, press MCLEARN. Press MjN or MkN repeatedly. 2 M N or MZN R To adjust the receiver or speaker R To turn the ringer off, press and hold MkN until the unit beeps. volume, press MDN or MCN repeatedly. 3 When you finish talking, press MOFFN. Note: Useful features during a R To switch back to the receiver, press MZN/ M N. call Making a call using the redial list The last 5 phone numbers dialed are stored in the redial list. Hold 1 Press MMENUN during an outside call. 2 MbN: “Hold” a MSELECTN 1 MEN REDIAL 3 To release hold, press M N. 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. a M N Note: R After holding for 10 minutes, the call is Pause (for PBX/long distance service disconnected. users) A pause is sometimes required when making Mute calls using a PBX or long distance service. When storing a calling card access number 1 Press MMUTEN during a call. and/or PIN in the phonebook, a pause is also needed (page 15). 2 To return to the call, press MMUTEN. Example: If you need to dial the line access number “9” when making outside calls with a Flash PBX: 1 9 a MDN (Pause) MFLASHN allows you to use the special features of your host PBX. 2 Dial the phone number. a M N Note: R To change the flash time, see page 19. Answering calls For call waiting or Call Waiting 1 Lift the handset and press M N or M N Caller ID service users when the unit rings. To use call waiting or Call Waiting Caller ID, 2 When you finish talking, press MOFFN. Auto talk: You can answer calls simply by lifting the handset (page 19). Temporary handset ringer off: Press M N. you must first subscribe with your phone service provider. This feature allows you to receive calls while you are already talking on the phone. If you receive a call while on the phone, you will hear a call waiting tone. If you subscribe to both Caller ID and Call Waiting with Caller ID services, the 2nd 12 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Making/Answering Calls
caller’s information is displayed on the handset that is in use after you hear the call waiting tone. 1 Press MCALL WAITN to answer the 2nd call. 2 To switch between calls, press MCALL WAITN. Note: R Please contact your phone service provider for details and availability of this service in your area. Temporary tone dialing (for rotary/pulse service users) Press * (TONE) before entering access numbers which require tone dialing. Call share While you are on an outside call, another unit can join the conversation. Only 2 units can join an outside call. Note: R To prevent other users from joining your conversations, turn privacy mode on (page 19). Transferring calls, conference calls 1 During an outside call, press MINTERCOMN. When 3 or more handsets are registered: MbN: Select the desired unit. a MSELECTN 2 Wait for the paged party to answer. R If the paged party does not answer, press M N to return to the outside call. 3 To complete the transfer: Press MOFFN. To establish a conference call: MMENUN a MbN: “Conf.” a MSELECTN R To leave the conference, press MOFFN. R To put the outside call on hold: MMENUN a MbN: “Hold” a MSELECTN To resume the conference: MMENUN a MbN: “Conf.” a MSELECTN R To cancel the conference: MMENUN a MbN: “Stop conference” a MSELECTN Intercom Making an intercom call 1 MINTERCOMN. When 3 or more handsets are registered: MbN: Select the desired unit. a MSELECTN
For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 13 Making/Answering Calls 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. Phonebook You can add 100 names (16 characters max.) and phone numbers (24 digits max.) to the phonebook. R To edit the number: MMENUN a MbN: “Edit” a MSELECTN Press MEDITN repeatedly until the phone number is shown in the desired format. And then, press MSAVEN. Go to step 5. Adding phonebook entries 3 MMENUN 1 or MFN a MMENUN 2 MbN: “Add new entry” a MSELECTN 3 Enter the party’s name. a MOKN 4 Enter the party’s phone number. a MOKN 4 MbN: “Save CID” a MSELECTN 5 MbN: “Phonebook” a MSELECTN 6 Continue from step 3, “Editing entries”, page 15. 5 MbN: Select the desired group. a MSELECTN 2 times a MOFFN Groups You can assign your phone entries to groups Entering characters for each searching. You can assign a ringtone to each group to help identify incoming calls Press the dial key that corresponds to the (Caller ID required). desired character. Press repeatedly to scroll through the available characters. The following operations are also available. Changing IDgroup names/setting ringer Key Operation 1 or MFN a MMENUN * Switch between the uppercase and lowercase (A ↔ a) 2 MbN: “Group” a MSELECTN 3 MbN: Select the desired group. a MFN MEN MCLEARN Move the cursor Erase the character or number R To erase all, press and hold it. MSELECTN 4 To change group names MbN: “Group name” a MSELECTN a Edit the name. a MSAVEN To set group ringer tone Storing a redial list number to the MbN: Select the current setting of the group ringer tone. a MSELECTN a MbN: phonebook Select the desired ringer tone. a MSAVEN 1 MEN REDIAL 5 MOFFN 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. a MSAVEN 3 To store the name, continue from step 3, “Editing entries”, page 15. Finding and calling from a phonebook entry Storing caller information to the phonebook 1 MCN CID 1 or MFN 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. 3 M N 14 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Phonebook
Editing entries 1 Find the desired entry (page 14). 2 MMENUN a MbN: “Edit” a MSELECTN 3 Edit the name if necessary. a MOKN 4 Edit the phone number if necessary. a MOKN 5 MbN: Select the desired group (page 14). a MSELECTN 2 times a MOFFN Erasing an entry 1 Find the desired entry (page 14). 2 MMENUN a MbN: “Erase” a MSELECTN 3 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN a MOFFN Chain dial This feature allows you to dial phone numbers in the phonebook while you are on a call. This feature can be used, for example, to dial a calling card access number or bank account PIN that you have stored in the phonebook, without having to dial manually. 1 During an outside call, press MMENUN. 2 MbN: “Phonebook” a MSELECTN 3 MbN: Select the desired entry. 4 Press MCALLN to dial the number. Note: R When storing a calling card access number and your PIN in the phonebook as one phonebook entry, press MDN (Pause) to add pauses after the number and PIN as necessary (page 12). R If you have rotary/pulse service, you need to press * (TONE) before pressing MMENUN in step 1 to change the dialing mode temporarily to tone. When adding entries to the phonebook, we recommend adding * (TONE) to the beginning of phone numbers you wish to chain dial (page 14). Speed dial You can assign 1 phone number to each of the dial keys (1 to 9) on the handset. Adding phone numbers to speed dial keys ∎ By entering phone numbers: 1 Press and hold the desired speed dial key (1 to 9). a MADDN 2 MbN: “Manual” a MSELECTN 3 Enter the party’s name. a MOKN 4 Enter the party’s phone number. a MOKN a MSELECTN a MOFFN ∎ From the phonebook: 1 Press and hold the desired speed dial key (1 to 9). a MADDN 2 MbN: “Phonebook” a MSELECTN 3 MbN: Select the desired entry. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Note: R If you edit a phonebook entry which is assigned to a speed dial key, the edited entry does not transfer to the speed dial key. Editing an entry 1 Press and hold the desired speed dial key (1 to 9). a MMENUN 2 MbN: “Edit” a MSELECTN 3 Edit the name if necessary. a MOKN 4 Edit the phone number if necessary. a MOKN a MSELECTN a MOFFN
For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 15 Phonebook Phonebook Erasing an entry 1 Press and hold the desired speed dial key (1 to 9). a MMENUN 2 MbN: “Erase” a MSELECTN 3 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN a MOFFN Making a call Press and hold the desired speed dial key (1 to 9). a M N 16 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Programming Menu list Scrolling through the display menus: MMENUN a Press MCN or MDN to select the desired main menu. a MSELECTN ORUsing the direct command code: MMENUN a Enter the desired code. Example: Press MMENUN#101. R To exit the operation, press MOFFN. Display menu tree and direct command code table Main menu: “Phonebook” Operation Code Page Viewing the phonebook entry. #280 14 Main menu: “Caller list” Operation Code Page Viewing the caller list. #213 24 Main menu: “Answering device” Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Settings <Default> Code Page Play new msg. – – #323 26 Play all msg. – – #324 26 Erase all msg. – – #325 – Greeting Record greeting – #302 25 Check greeting – #303 25 Pre-recorded – #304 25 Settings Ring count Toll saver <4 rings> 2-7 rings #211 27 Recording time <3 min> 1 min Greeting only*1 #305 27 Remote code <111> #306 26 Screen call <On> Off #310 27 Answer on – – #327 – Answer off – – #328 – For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 17 Programming Main menu: “V.M. access” (V.M.: Voicemail) Operation Code Page Listening to voicemail messages. #330 28 Main menu: “Intercom” Operation Code Page Paging the desired unit. #274 13 Main menu: “Set date & time” Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Settings <Default> Code Page Date and time – – #101 10 Alarm – <Off> Once Daily #720 20 Time adjustment*2 – <Caller ID auto> Manual #226 – Main menu: “Initial setting” Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Settings <Default> Code Page Ringer setting Ringer volume Off–6 <6> #160 12 Ringer tone*3 <Tone 1> #161 – Night mode – On/Off On<Off> #238 20 Night mode – Start/End <11:00 PM/06:00 AM> #237 20 Set date & time Date and time – #101 10 Alarm <Off> Once Daily #720 20 Time adjustment*2 <Caller ID auto> Manual #226 – Talking Caller ID Handset <On> Off #162 23 Base unit*1 On<Off> #G162 Handset name – – #104 21 Call block – – #217 20 First ring <On> Off #173 21 Block w/o num*1 On<Off> #240 21 18 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Programming Sub-menu 1 Sub-menu 2 Settings <Default> Code Page Speed dial – – #261 15 Voice mail Store VM access# – #331 28 VM tone detect <On> Off #332 28 LCD contrast – Level 1–4 <2> #145 – Key tone – <On> Off #165 – Auto talk – On<Off> #200 12 Set tel line Set dial mode <Tone> Pulse #120 10 Set flash time 80 ms 90 ms 100 ms 110 ms 160 ms 200 ms 250 ms 300 ms 400 ms 600 ms <700 ms> 900 ms #121 12 Set line mode*4 A<B> #122 – C. WTG options On<Off> #215 23 Privacy mode – On<Off> #194 13 Registration Register handset – #130 22 Deregistration*1 – #131 22 Change language Display <English> Français #110 10 Voice prompt <English> Français #112 10 Main menu: “Customer support” Operation Code Page Displaying customer support Web address. #680 – *1 This menu is not displayed when scrolling through the display menus. It is only available in direct command code. For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 19 Programming *2 This feature allows the unit to automatically adjust the date and time each time caller information including date and time is received. To turn this feature on, select “Caller ID auto”. To turn this feature off, select “Manual”. (Caller ID subscribers only) To use this feature, set the date and time first (page 10). *3 The preset melodies in this product (“Tone 3” - “Tone 5”, “Melody 1” - “Melody 10”) are used with permission of © 2012 Copyrights Vision Inc. *4 Generally, the line mode setting should not be changed. This setting automatically maintains receiver volume at the proper level depending on the current telephone line condition. Set the line mode to “A” if telephone line condition is not good.
Alarm An alarm sounds at the set time for 3 minutes once or daily. Alarm can be set for each handset. 1 MMENUN#720 2 MbN: Select the desired alarm option. a MSELECTN 3 Enter the desired month and date. a MOKN 4 Set the desired time. 5 *: Select “AM” or “PM”. a MOKN 6 MbN: Select the desired alarm tone. a MSELECTN 7 MSELECTN a MOFFN Night mode Night mode allows you to select a period of time during which the handset will not ring for outside calls. This feature is useful for time periods when you do not want to be disturbed, for example, while sleeping. Night mode can be set for each unit. Important: R If you have set the alarm, the alarm sounds even if the night mode is turned on. Turning night mode on/off 1 MMENUN#238 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN 3 Follow the directions on the display to complete the operation. Changing the start and end time 1 MMENUN#237 2 Follow the directions on the display to complete the operation. Call block This feature allows the unit to block calls when: – the unit receives a call from a phone number stored in the call block list as unwanted (“Storing unwanted callers”, page 21). – the unit receives a call without phone number (“Blocking incoming calls that have no phone number”, page 21). When a call is received, the unit rings once*1 while caller information is being received. If the caller’s phone number matches an entry in the call block list, the unit emits no sound to the caller, and disconnects the call. (Caller ID subscribers only) *1 This is called first ring. If you do not want the first ring to sound, turn this setting to “Off” (page 21). Important: R Blocked calls are logged in the caller list.
20 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Turning Storing unwanted callers the first ring on and off You can store up to 60 phone numbers in the You can choose whether the first ring sounds call block list. when a call is received. Important: R We recommend storing 10 digits (including the area code). If only 7 digits are stored, all numbers that have the same last 7 digits will be blocked. ∎ From the caller list: 1 MCN CID 2 MbN: Select the entry to be blocked. R To edit the number: MMENUN a MbN: “On” (default): The first ring for all calls will be heard, including calls from blocked phone numbers. “Off”: The first ring is muted for all calls. If this setting is selected, the unit will never ring for calls from blocked phone numbers. 1 MMENUN#173 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN “Edit” a MSELECTN Press MEDITN repeatedly until the Viewing/editing/erasing call phone number is shown in the 10-digit format. And then, press MSAVEN. Go to step 5. block numbers 1 MMENUN#217 3 MMENUN 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. 4 MbN: “Save CID” a MSELECTN 3 To edit a number: 5 MbN: “Call block” a MSELECTN 6 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN MEDITN a Edit the phone number. a MSAVEN a MOFFN To erase a number: 7 Edit the phone number if necessary (24 MERASEN a MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN digits max.). a MOFFN 8 MSAVEN a MOFFN Note: ∎ By entering phone numbers: R When viewing, “Block w/o num” is 1 MMENUN#217 2 MMENUN a MbN: “Add” a MSELECTN displayed if the blocking incoming calls without phone number feature is turned on. To turn the feature off: MERASEN a MCN 3 Enter the phone number (24 digits max.). a MSAVEN a MOFFN R To erase a digit, press MCLEARN. 4 MSAVEN a MOFFN Other programming Blocking incoming calls that have no phone number Changing the handset name You can block calls when no phone number is provided, such as private callers or out of area calls. 1 MMENUN#104 2 Enter the desired name. 1 MMENUN#240 3 MSAVEN 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN 4 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSELECTN 2 times a MOFFN For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 21 Programming Programming Registering a handset to the base unit If for some reason the handset is not registered to the base unit, re-register the handset. 1 Handset: MMENUN#130 2 Base unit: Press and hold M N for about 5 seconds. R If all registered handsets start ringing, press M N again to stop, then repeat this step. 3 Handset: Press MOKN, then wait until a long beep sounds. Deregistering a handset 1 MMENUN#131 R All handsets registered to the base unit are displayed. 2 MbN: Select the handset you want to cancel. a MSELECTN 3 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN a MOFFN 22 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Phonebook Using Caller ID service name announcement When caller information is received and it Important: R This unit is Caller ID compatible. To use Caller ID features, you must subscribe to a matches a phone number stored in the phonebook, the stored name in the phonebook is announced. Caller ID service. Contact your phone service provider for details. For Call Waiting Deluxe service users Caller ID features To use Call Waiting Deluxe, you must When an outside call is being received, the subscribe to Call Waiting Deluxe from your caller information is displayed. Caller information for the last 50 callers is logged in the caller list from the most recent phone service provider. This feature not only allows the unit currently in use to display the 2nd caller’s information, but also offers you a call to the oldest. variety of ways to deal with the 2nd call. R If the unit cannot receive caller information, Important: the following is displayed: – “Unavailable”: The caller dials from an area which does not provide a Caller ID service. – “Private caller”: The caller requests not to send caller information. R Please contact your phone service provider for details and availability of this service in your area. R This feature must be turned on before it can be used. – “Long distance”: The caller makes a long distance call. To turn Call Waiting Deluxe on/off R If the unit is connected to a PBX system, caller information may not be properly received. Contact your PBX supplier. To use Call Waiting Deluxe, you must turn this feature on. The default setting is “Off”. 1 MMENUN#215 Talking Caller ID 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN This feature lets you know who is calling without looking at the display. Call Waiting Deluxe service options To use this feature, you must: – subscribe to a Caller ID service of your phone service provider. – turn this feature on (page 18). When caller information is received, the When a 2nd call is received, you can choose how to handle the call by selecting an option shown on the unit display. Note: handsets and/or base unit announce the R Your phone service provider may not offer caller’s name or phone number received from all of the options (page 23). your phone service provider following every ring. Displayed R Name pronunciation may vary. This feature option Function may not pronounce all names correctly. R Caller ID service has a limit of how many Answer characters can be displayed. If the caller’s name is too long, the unit may not be able Answers the waiting call, while keeping the 1st call on hold. to display or announce the entire name. For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 23 Caller ID Service
Displayed option Function Hold Holds the waiting call. The caller will hear the pre-recorded hold message played by your phone service provider. Announce The caller will hear the pre-recorded busy message played by your phone service provider (for example, “We are not available now.”) and will then be disconnected. Forward Forwards the waiting call to the voicemail service provided by your phone service provider. You must subscribe to voicemail service to use this function. Drop Disconnects (drops) the current call and answers the waiting call. Conference Answers the waiting call and combines it with the current call to make a conference call (3-party call). Return Returns to the waiting caller while keeping the current call on hold. Drop caller1 Disconnects (drops) the 1st call during a conference call. Drop caller2 Disconnects (drops) the 2nd call during a conference call. To use Call Waiting Deluxe service 1 When you hear a call waiting tone during an outside call, press MFLASHN. R The option menu is displayed. 2 MbN: Select the desired option. a MSELECTN R After selecting “Answer”, “Hold”, or “Conference”, you can select another option. a MFLASHN a MbN: Select the desired option. a MSELECTN Note: R To exit from the option menu, wait for 20 seconds. Caller list Viewing the caller list and calling back 1 MCN CID 2 Press MCN to search from the most recent call, or MDN to search from the oldest call. 3 To call back, press M N. Editing a caller’s phone number 1 MCN CID 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. 3 MMENUN a MbN: “Edit” a MSELECTN 4 Press MEDITN repeatedly until the phone number is shown in the desired format. 5 M N Note: R The number edited in step 4 will not be saved in the caller list. Erasing selected caller information 1 MCN CID 2 MbN: Select the desired entry. 3 MERASEN a MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN a MOFFN
24 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Caller ID Service Resetting Answering system message to a pre-recorded greeting The answering system can answer calls and record caller messages. If you do not want to record messages, select “Greeting only” 1 MMENUN#304 2 MYESN a MOFFN as the recording time setting (page 27). Playing back the greeting Recording capacity message The total recording time is about 15 minutes, including your greeting message. Up to 64 messages can be recorded. 1 MMENUN#303 2 To exit, press MOFFN. Note: R When message memory becomes full: – “Messages full” is shown on the handset display. Listening to messages – The ANSWER ON/OFF indicator on the base unit flashes rapidly if the answering Using the base unit system is turned on. When new messages have been recorded, message indicator on the base unit flashes. Press M N (PLAY). Turning the answering system on/off R New messages will be played. If there are no new messages, old messages will be played. Base unit Press MANSWER ON/OFFN to turn on/off the answering system. Operating the answering system during playback Key Operation Greeting message MjN or MkN Adjust the speaker volume M N Repeat message Recording your greeting message M N Skip message 1 MMENUN#302 M N (STOP) Stop playback 2 MbN: “Yes” a MSELECTN 3 After a beep sounds, hold the handset MERASEN Erase currently playing message away and speak clearly into the microphone. Erasing all messages 4 Press MSTOPN to stop recording.a MOFFN Press MERASEN 2 times while the unit is not in use. Using a pre-recorded greeting message Select “Greeting only” in step 2 of “Caller’s recording time”, page 27. Using the handset When new messages have been recorded, “New message” is displayed. For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 25 Answering System 1 To listen to new messages: MMENUN#323 To listen to all messages: MMENUN#324 2 When finished, press MOFFN. Operating the answering system MMENUN a MbN: “Answering device” a MSELECTN Key Operation MDN or MCN Adjust the receiver/speaker volume (during playback) 1 or MFN Repeat message (during playback) 2 or MEN Skip message (during playback) 3 Enter the “Settings” menu 4 Play new messages 5 Play all messages 6 Play greeting message 76 Record greeting message 8 Turn answering system on MPAUSEN Pause message*1 9 or MSTOPN Remote operation You can use a touch-tone phone to call the unit while away from home and listen to messages. Remote access code For security, a 3-digit remote access code must be entered when operating the answering system remotely. The default setting is “111”. Important: R To prevent unauthorized access to this product, we recommend that you regularly change the remote code. 1 MMENUN#306 2 Enter the desired 3-digit remote access code. R To deactivate remote operation, press *. 3 MSAVEN a MOFFN Using the answering system remotely Stop recording 1 Dial your phone number from a Stop playback touch-tone phone. 0 Turn answering system off 2 After the greeting message starts, enter *4 Erase currently playing message *5 Erase all messages your remote access code. 3 Follow the voice guidance prompts as necessary or control the unit using remote commands (page 27). *6 Reset to a pre-recorded greeting message 4 When finished, hang up. *1 To resume playback: MbN: “Playback” a MSELECTN Voice guidance During remote operation, the unit’s voice Calling back (Caller ID subscribers only) guidance starts and prompts you to press 1 to perform a specific operation, or press 2 to listen to more available operations. 1 Press MPAUSEN during playback. Note: 2 MbN: “Call back” a MSELECTN R If you do not press any dial keys within 10 seconds after a voice guidance prompt, the unit disconnects your call. 26 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Answering System Number Remote commands of rings before the unit Key 1 Operation Repeat message (during playback) answers a call You can change the number of times the phone rings “Ring count” before the unit 2 Skip message (during playback) answers calls. You can select 2 to 7 rings, or 4 Play new messages 5 Play all messages “Toll saver”. The default setting is “4 rings”. “Toll saver”: The unit’s answering system 9 Stop playback answers at the end of the 2nd ring when new 0 Turn answering system off *4 Erase currently playing message messages have been recorded, or at the end of the 5th ring when there are no new messages. *5 Erase all messages 1 MMENUN#211 *# End remote operation (or hang up) 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Turning on the answering system Caller’s recording time remotely You can change the maximum message 1 Dial your phone number from a touch-tone phone. recording time allowed for each caller. 1 MMENUN#305 2 Let the phone ring 15 times. R A long beep is heard. 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN 3 Enter your remote access code within 10 seconds after the long beep. Selecting “Greeting only” R The greeting message is played back. R You can either hang up, or enter your remote access code again and begin remote operation (page 26). You can select “Greeting only” which sets the unit to announce a greeting message to callers but not record messages. Select “Greeting only” in step 2 on “Caller’s recording time”, page 27. Answering system settings Call screening While a caller is leaving a message, you can listen to the call through the handset’s speaker. 1 MMENUN#310 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 27 Answering System
Voicemail service In addition to your unit’s answering system you may also have voicemail service from your phone service provider. Voicemail is an answering service that may be offered by your phone service provider. This service can also record calls when you are unavailable to answer the phone or when your line is busy. Messages are recorded on the phone company system and not on the unit’s answering system. R To use the voicemail service rather than the unit’s answering system, turn off the answering system (page 25). If you have unit’s answering system set to on and also the voicemail enabled, the system with least amount of rings will record the message first. Example: If the unit’s answering system is set to 4 rings (page 27) and the voicemail answering system provided by your phone company is set to 6 rings (call your service provider), the unit’s answering system will record the incoming call first. Storing the voicemail (VM) access number You can store the phone number used to access your voicemail service. 1 MMENUN#331 2 Enter your access number. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Note: R When storing your voicemail access number and your mailbox password, press MDN (Pause) to add pauses (page 12) between the access number and the password as necessary. Contact your phone service provider for the required pause time. PPPP 8888 Pauses Password To erase the voicemail access number 1 MMENUN#331 2 Press and hold MCLEARN until all digits are erased. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Voicemail (VM) tone detection Your voicemail service provider sends special signals to the unit to let you know that you have new voicemail messages. If you hear a series of dial tones followed by a continuous dial tone after you press M N, you have new voicemail messages. The unit can detect these signals automatically. Turn this feature off in the following situations. – You do not subscribe to voicemail service. – Your phone is connected to a PBX. Turning VM tone detection on/off 1 MMENUN#332 2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN a MOFFN Listening to voicemail messages 1 MMENUN#330 R The speakerphone turns on. 2 Follow the pre-recorded instructions. 3 When finished, press MOFFN. Note: R You can also use the MVMN soft key, if displayed, to play new voicemail messages. R If the handset still indicate there are new messages even after you have listened to all new messages, turn it off by pressing and holding # until the handset beeps. 1-222-333-4444 1-222-333-4444 VM access number VM access number
28 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Useful Information Example: Useful Information Error messages Display message Cause/solution Access # to VM service is not stored R You have not stored the voicemail access number. Store the number (page 28). Base no power orNo link. Re-connect base AC adaptor. R The handset has lost communication with the base unit. Move closer to the base unit and try again. R Unplug the base unit’s AC adaptor to reset the unit. Reconnect the adaptor and try again. R The handset’s registration may have been cancelled. Re-register the handset (page 22). Busy R Other units are in use and the system is busy. Try again later. Check tel line R The supplied telephone line cord has not been connected yet or not connected properly. Check the connections (page 8). Error!! R Recording was too short. Try again. Invalid R There is no handset registered to the base unit matching the handset number you entered. R The handset is not registered to the base unit. Register the handset (page 22). Use rechargeable battery. R A wrong type of battery such as alkaline or manganese was inserted. Use only the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries noted on page 4, 6. Troubleshooting If you still have difficulties after following the instructions in this section, disconnect the base unit’s AC adaptor, then reconnect the base unit’s AC adaptor. Remove the batteries from the handset, and then insert the batteries into the handset again. General use Problem Cause/solution The handset does not turn on even after installing charged batteries. R Place the handset on the base unit or charger to turn on the handset. The unit does not work. R Make sure the batteries are installed correctly (page 8). R Fully charge the batteries (page 8). R Check the connections (page 8). R Unplug the base unit’s AC adaptor to reset the unit. Reconnect the adaptor and try again. R The handset has not been registered to the base unit. Register the handset (page 22). For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 29 Useful Information Problem Cause/solution I cannot hear a dial tone. R The base unit’s AC adaptor or telephone line cord is not connected. Check the connections. Time on the unit has shifted. R Incorrect time information from incoming Caller ID changes the time. Set the time adjustment to “Manual” (off) (page 18). Battery recharge Problem Cause/solution I fully charged the batteries, but – still flashes, – is displayed, or – the operating time seems to be shorter. R Clean the battery ends ( , ) and the charge contacts with a dry cloth and charge again. R It is time to replace the batteries (page 8). Making/answering calls, intercom Problem Cause/solution is displayed. R The handset is too far from the base unit. Move closer. R The base unit’s AC adaptor is not properly connected. Reconnect AC adaptor to the base unit. R The handset is not registered to the base unit. Register it (page 22). Noise is heard, sound cuts in and out. R You are using the handset or base unit in an area with high electrical interference. Re-position the base unit and use the handset away from sources of interference. R Move closer to the base unit. R If you use a DSL/ADSL service, we recommend connecting a DSL/ADSL filter between the base unit and the telephone line jack. Contact your DSL/ADSL provider for details. The handset does not ring. R The ringer volume is turned off. Adjust the ringer volume (page 12, 18). R Night mode is turned on. Turn it off (page 20). I cannot make a call. R The dialing mode may be set incorrectly. Change the setting (page 10). 30 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Useful Information Caller ID/Talking Caller ID Problem Cause/solution Caller information is not displayed. R You must subscribe to Caller ID service. Contact your phone service provider for details. R If your unit is connected to any additional telephone equipment such as a Caller ID box or cordless telephone line jack, plug the unit directly into the wall jack. R If you use a DSL/ADSL service, we recommend connecting a DSL/ADSL filter between the base unit and the telephone line jack. Contact your DSL/ADSL provider for details. R The name display service may not be available in some areas. Contact your phone service provider for details. Caller information is displayed or announced late. R Depending on your phone service provider, the unit may display or announce the caller’s information at the 2nd ring or later. Caller information is not announced. R The handset or base unit’s ringer volume is turned off. Adjust it (page 12, 18). R The Talking Caller ID feature is turned off. Turn it on (page 18). R The number of rings for the answering system is set to “2 rings” or “Toll saver”. Select a different setting (page 27). R If the base unit and another handset are having an intercom call, your handset does not announce caller information. Answering system Problem Cause/solution The unit does not record new messages. R The answering system is turned off. Turn it on (page 25). R The message memory is full. Erase unnecessary messages (page 25). R The recording time is set to “Greeting only”. Change the setting (page 27). R Your phone service provider’s voicemail service may be answering your calls before the unit’s answering system can answer your calls. Change the unit’s number of rings setting (page 27) to a lower value, or contact your phone service provider. For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 31 Useful Information Voicemail Problem Cause/solution “New Voice Mail” is shown on the handset display. How do I remove this message from the display? R Listen your new voicemail messages (page 28). Depending on your voicemail service provider, you may need to erase all messages in your voice mailbox in order to remove this message. R You can remove this message manually by pressing and holding # until the unit beeps. Liquid damage Problem Cause/solution Liquid or other form of moisture has entered the handset/base unit. R Disconnect the AC adaptor and telephone line cord from the base unit. Remove the batteries from the handset and leave to dry for at least 3 days. After the handset/base unit are completely dry, reconnect the AC adaptor and telephone line cord. Insert the batteries and charge fully before use. If the unit does not work properly, contact an authorized service centre. Caution: R To avoid permanent damage, do not use a microwave oven to speed up the drying process. Wall mounting (Charger only) Note: R Make sure that the wall and the fixing method are strong enough to support the weight of the unit. Drive the screws (1) (not supplied) into the wall. 2 27.2 mm (1 1/16 inches) 2 132 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support Useful Information Industry Canada Notices and other information NOTICE: This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation, “IC:”, before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment. NOTICE: This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this telephone. Some cordless telephones operate at frequencies that may cause interference to nearby TVs and VCRs. To minimize or prevent such interference, the base of the cordless telephone should not be placed near, or on top of, a TV or VCR. If interference is experienced, move the cordless telephone further away from the TV or VCR. This will often reduce, or eliminate, interference. RF Exposure Warning: L This product complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. Users should ensure, for their own protection, that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas. L To comply with IC RF exposure requirements, the base unit must be installed and operated 20 cm (8 inches) or more between product and all person’s body. L This product may not be collocated or NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. L For body-worn operation, the handset must be used only with a non-metallic accessory. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with IC RF exposure requirements. devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5. The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this unit: (found on the bottom of the unit). For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support 33 Useful Information Warranty Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 PANASONIC PRODUCT - LIMITED WARRANTY EXCHANGE PROGRAM Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and for a period as stated below from the date of original purchase agrees to, at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts, (b) replace it with a new or a refurbished equivalent value product, or (c) refund your purchase price. The decision to repair, replace or refund will be made by Panasonic Canada Inc. Telephone Accessory / Product One (1) year This warranty is given only to the original purchaser, or the person for whom it was purchased as a gift, of a Panasonic brand product mentioned above sold by an authorized Panasonic dealer in Canada and purchased and used in Canada, which product was not sold “as is”, and which product was delivered to you in new condition in the original packaging. IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE WARRANTY SERVICE HEREUNDER, A PURCHASE RECEIPT OR OTHER PROOF OF DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE, SHOWING AMOUNT PAID AND PLACE OF PURCHASE IS REQUIRED LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship, and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage. The warranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which occurred in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by Panasonic Canada Inc., or failures which result from accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, alteration, faulty installation, set-up adjustments, misadjustment of consumer controls, improper maintenance, improper batteries, power line surge, lightning damage, modification, introduction of sand, humidity or liquids, commercial use such as hotel, office, restaurant, or other business or rental use of the product, or service by anyone other than a Authorized Servicer, or damage that is attributable to acts of God. Rechargeable batteries are warranted for ninety (90) days from date of original purchase. THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY. (As examples, this warranty excludes damages for lost time, travel to and from the Authorized Servicer, loss of or damage to media or images, data or other memory or recorded content. This list of items is not exhaustive, but for illustration only.) In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above limitations and exclusions may not be applicable. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary depending on your province or territory. CONTACT INFORMATION For product information and operation assistance, please visit our Support page: panasonic.ca/english/support For defective product exchange within the warranty period, please contact the original dealer. 34 For assistance, visit panasonic.ca/english/support
Index A Additional handset: 4 Alarm: 20 Answering calls: 12 Answering system Call screening: 27 Erasing messages: 25, 26, 27 Greeting message: 25 Greeting only: 27 Listening to messages: 25, 26 Number of rings: 27 Recording time: 27 Remote access code: 26 Remote operation: 26 Ring count: 27 Toll saver: 27 Turning on/off: 25 Auto talk: 12, 19 B Battery: 8 Booster (Clarity booster): 10 C C.WTG (Call Waiting Deluxe): 23 Call block: 20 First ring: 21 Call share: 13 Call waiting: 12 Call Waiting Caller ID: 12 Caller ID service: 23 Caller list: 24 Caller list edit: 24 Chain dial: 15 CID (Caller ID): 24 Conference calls: 13 Customer support: 19 D Date and time: 10 Dialing mode: 10 Direct command code: 17 Display Contrast: 19 Language: 10 E Eco mode: 9 Error messages: 29 F Flash: 12, 19 G Groups: 14 H Handset Deregistration: 22 Name: 21 Registration: 22 Hold: 12 Index I Intercom: 13 K Key tone: 19 L Line mode: 19 M Making calls: 12 Mute: 12 N Night mode: 20 P Pause: 12 Phonebook: 14 Privacy mode: 19 R Redialing: 12 Ringer ID: 14 Ringer tone: 18 Rotary/pulse service: 13 S Speed dial: 15 SP-PHONE (Speakerphone): 12 T Talking Caller ID: 23 Temporary tone dialing: 13 Time adjustment: 18 Transferring calls: 13 Troubleshooting: 29 V VM (Voicemail): 28 Voice guidance language: 10 Voicemail: 28 Volume Receiver: 12 Ringer (Base unit): 12 Ringer (Handset): 12, 18 Speaker: 12 W Wall mounting: 32 35
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