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Position the base station near to your telephone connection socket and to a mains socket. Your telephone works using Touch-Tone Dialling. Insert the plug of the power supply into the socket on the rear of the base station and plug the power supply into a properly installed V mains socket. The plug-in power supply for the base station must always be connected.
For safety reasons, use only the plug-in mains power supply provided. Connect the telephone cable supplied to the telephone socket and the telephone jack on the rear of the base station. Use only the new telephone cable provided. If required, clamp the two cables in the cable channel underneath the foot support and then run these through the two openings towards the rear.
Note: The two plugs must audibly click into place so that they do not fall out again. To fit the standard rechargeable batteries supplied into the handset, press on the upper edge of the battery compartment and slide it downwards. Now insert the batteries taking care to ensure that the polarity is correct. Close the battery compartment cover.
Important note: Place the handset in the base station with the display to the front for at least 16 hours. The telephone may malfunction if the batteries are not properly charged. The charging light on the base station will come on. The standard rechargeable batteries for the handset have a stand-by time of max. To charge the batteries, place the handset in the base station with the display to the front.
Note: Exactly like your car battery, the standard rechargeable batteries are unavoidably subject to a certain ageing.
However, you can have an influence on this ageing process by "training" the standard batteries to a certain extent. In regular use of the phone, if you cyclically charge and fully discharge the standard batteries by using the telephone until the symbol flashes in the display, a demand is placed on the batteries and they will repay you by giving maximum performance and a long life.
Extended charging and extended discharging on the other hand will both degrade the capacity and shorten the life of the standard batteries. Lit: You are making an external call. Lit: You are making an internal call.
When an external call arrives, the ringing tone sounds on the handset. The symbol will flash in the display. Lift the handset from the base station or press the call button on the handset and the connection will be made.
To end the call, replace the handset in the base station or press the call button on the handset. Enter the required telephone number with a maximum of 18 digits using the.
The numbers pressed are shown in the display. If more than 16 digits are pressed, the indicator on the left-hand edge of the display will appear and the last 16 digits will be shown.
Press the call button and the required connection will be made. The call duration in minutes and seconds is shown in the display during a call. Ten seconds after dialling, the display will switch from showing the number dialled to showing the duration of the call.
The call duration will still be retained in the display for a few seconds after the call has been ended. To end the call, press the call button or replace the handset on the base station. Note: If you have entered a number incorrectly, you can delete the number by repeatedly pressing the button.
The number is completely deleted by pressing the button for a long time. You can also get a dialling tone by first pressing the call button. On entering the digits of your required phone number, your telephone will dial the number directly.
With this method of making a call, it is not possible to correct individual digits in the number in the manner described above. There are three volume levels available to you if you should want to change the receiver volume on the handset. Press the selection buttons during a call to change the receiver volume.
The selected volume will be shown in the display. Press the handsfree button during a call. You will now hear the person you are speaking to over the loudspeaker in the handset.
Press the handsfree button again to switch off the handsfree facility. Use Redial if the person called is engaged or does not reply. Your telephone remembers the last ten numbers, each with a maximum of 18 digits. When the list is full, the oldest number is always deleted from the list. Press the button and the last phone number dialled will be shown in the display.
Select the required number using the selection buttons and press the call button. Enter name. You will find further information on entering names in Chapter 5. Switching the handset off: Press and hold the button for 2 seconds. Switching the handset on again: Press and hold the button for 2 seconds.
The handset will switch itself on automatically as soon as you replace it on the base station. You can turn off the microphone in the handset by using the mute button. In this way, you will be able to speak without the other person hearing you. Switching off the microphone: Press the button.
The symbol will appear in the display. Switching on the microphone again: Press the button again. The symbol in the display will go off and you will be able to speak to the other person once more. With the keypad lock, you can prevent a button on the handset being pressed accidentally. Incoming calls can be received as normal even when the keypad lock is switched on.
Hold the button pressed until you hear a signal tone. Hold the button pressed again until you hear a signal tone.
The message in the display will go off and you will be able to use the handset normally once more. If at any time you do not want to be disturbed, you can turn off the ring tone on the handset. Press and hold the button for 2 seconds. Incoming calls will now only be signalled at the base station and no longer at the handset. Press and hold the button again for 2 seconds.
The symbol in the display will go off. If you can only use your telephone in Pulse Dialling mode, you do not have to forego the facilities of Tone Dialling e. Confirm with and exit programming by holding the button pressed. The range of the handset is ca. When there is a good contact with the base station, the symbol will come on in the display. You hear warning tones, if you are too far away from the base station. You will now hear the handset audible signal for 30 seconds and thus be easily able to find it again.
You can cancel the audible signal by pressing any button on the handset. You can store 50 phone numbers, each with 18 digits, and an associated name, with up to 10 letters, in the phone book of your handset. You can terminate the process at any time by pressing and holding the button.
Individual numbers or letters can be deleted with the button. When the phone book is full, an appropriate message will appear and a number must be deleted before you can continue entering new phone numbers.
If a call is received during the storing process, entry of the number is interrupted and will have to be repeated. If a number that has already been stored is entered again, a long signal tone will sound and the number will not be stored. Press the appropriate letter to directly choose an entry from the phone book alphabetically. A phone number from the phone book can be allocated to each of the numbers 1 to 9. The stored number is then dialled directly by pressing one of these buttons.
Hold the appropriate direct dial button 1 to 9 pressed for 2 seconds. The corresponding phone number will be shown in the display and the connection will be made. If your phone line has the caller display feature CLID, you can assign a special ring tone to each phone book entry. You will thus be able to tell who is calling you as soon as you hear the ring tone. You will find further general information on transmitting phone numbers in Chapter 6.
To switch off the VIP tone for a particular number, follow the entering procedure and select the OFF setting for the appropriate number. You can store a further 7 numbers in your telephone's special phone book. The special phone book can be used to store important numbers such as those of doctors, fire brigade or police. Phone numbers that are already stored in the normal phone book cannot be entered again into the special phone book. If you want to change or delete an entry in the special phone book, select the entry and then follow the instructions in Chapter 5.
Using caller display, you can see with incoming calls who is calling you.
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