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    www User man ual Alwa ys there to help y ou Register your pr oduct and get suppor t at MT3120 Ques tion? Cont ac t Philips[...]

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    1 EN Contents 1 Important safety instructions 3 2 Y our handsfree phone 4 What is in the box 4 Over view of the phone 4 Main menu icons 4 Display icons 5 3 Get started 6 Fix the lanyard to the phone 6 W ear the phone 6 Switch on the handsfree phone 6 Congure your phone (countr y dependent) 7 Set the countr y/language 7 Register your phone 7 Set [...]

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    2 EN 12 Appendix 25 T ext and number input tables 25[...]

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    3 EN 1 Impor tant safety instructions Po wer requir ements The voltage on the netw or k is classied as TNV - 3 (T elecommunication Networ k V oltages), as dened in the standard EN 60950. W arning • The electrical networ k is classied as hazardous. The only way to po wer down the charger is to unplug the power suppl y from the electrical [...]

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    4 EN 2 Y our handsfr ee phone Congratulations on your purchase! Y our handsfree phone is designed to free your hands during phone calls and offer excellent voice quality through it's built in loudspeaker and microphone . T o fully benet from the suppor t that Philips offers, register your product at www .philips. com/welcome. What is in the[...]

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    5 EN Main menu icons The following is an o ver view of the menu options that are availab le on your handsfree phone . For detailed explanation of the menu options, see the cor responding sections in this user manual. Icon Descriptions [Call] - Make or pick up a call. [Settings] - Customize the settings for the phone , alar m and ser vices. [Phonebo[...]

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    6 EN 3 Get star ted Caution • Make sure that you ha ve read the safety instructions in the "Impor tant safety instruction" section before you connect and install your handset. • A lanyard is pro vided together with the phone . Y ou are recommended to use the lanyard and the clip together to prevent the phone from dropping. • The pho[...]

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    7 EN Note • During nor mal use , it is not necessar y to switch off the phone at any time. Switch the phone off only during extended period of non-use . In this case , time and date settings will be lost. Congur e your phone (countr y dependent) When using your phone f or the r st time it will prompt you f or initial setup information. Set [...]

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    8 EN Note • Y ou can nd the passcodes/PIN in the manual of your original cordless phone with base (unless you changed the standard PIN code). • This phone is only able to connect to a base station with the correct passcodes/PIN. • If the passcodes/PIN is incorrect or no base is found within a cer tain period, your handset displays a noti?[...]

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    9 EN Indicates the batter y level (from full to low). When the handset is charging, the bar s keep scrolling until the batter y is fully charged or you unplug the adapter from the phone . The empty batter y icon ashes. The batter y is low and needs recharging. If you are on the phone, you hear warning tones when the batter y is almost empty . Y [...]

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    10 EN 4 Calls Note • When the power fails, the phone cannot access emergency ser vices. • This is a handsfree phone. Make sure you keep an optimal distance (15cm-1m) between y our mouth, ear s and your phone. Do not hold your phone close to your ears. Mak e a call Y ou can make a call in these ways: • Make an external call • Call from the p[...]

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    11 EN Silence the ringer for an incoming call When the phone rings, tap . Y ou can tur n the r inger off permanently or for specic time periods. Adjust the speak er volume Press / on the left side of the phone to adjust the volume during a call. » The speaker volume is adjusted and the phone is back to the call screen. Mute the micr ophone 1 T [...]

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    12 EN 5 T ext and numbers Y ou can enter text and number s for phonebook records and other menu items. Enter text and numbers 1 T ap on the keypad to enter the char acter and number s. 2 Select to delete the character . 3 Press to add a space. Switch betw een the upper case and low er case By default, the r st letter of each word in a sentence i[...]

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    13 EN 6 Phonebook This phone has a phonebook that stores up to 20 records. Y ou can access the phonebook from the handset. Each record can hav e a name up to 14 character s long and a number up to 24 digits long. View the phonebook 1 T ap to access the main menu screen. 2 T ap to access the phonebook list. 3 T ap on a phonebook entr y . » The phon[...]

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    14 EN » The phonebook entr y is highlighted. 4 Select > [Edit] , then tap to conrm. 5 Edit the name , then tap to conr m. 6 Edit the number , then tap to save. » The record is sav ed. Tip • T ap or to scroll up or down. • The new phonebook entr y overwrites the old one . Delete a r ecord 1 T ap to access the main menu screen. 2 T ap [...]

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    15 EN 7 Call log The call log stores the call histor y of all missed, received or dialed calls. The call histor y includes up to 30 entries with the name and number of the caller , call time and date . This feature is availab le if you hav e registered for the caller ID ser vice with your ser vice provider . If the caller allows the displa y of his[...]

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    16 EN Delete a call r ecord 1 T ap from the idle screen or main menu. » The call log is display ed. 2 Select a record, then then tap to access the option menu. 3 Select [Delete] , then tap to conr m » The handset displays a conrmation requests. 4 T ap to conrm. » The record is deleted. Tip • T ap or to scroll up or down. Delete all ca[...]

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    17 EN 8 Settings Phone Set the handset's ringtone volume Y ou can select among 5 r ingtone volume levels, or [Off] . 1 T ap to access the main menu screen. 2 Select > [Phone] > [Sounds] > [Ring volume] , then tap to conrm. 3 Select a volume lev el, then tap to conrm. » The setting is sav ed. Set the handset's ringtone Y ou[...]

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    18 EN • Select [Dela y] , then select a r ing delay option, then tap to conr m. • Select [Select number] , then select the contact which you want to exclude from this setting. T ap to conr m. The selected contact is highlighted with a " * ", then tap to leave the menu. Note • If [Exception] is set to [On] and [Dela y] option i[...]

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    19 EN Alarm Y our phone has a built-in alar m clock. Set the alarm 1 T ap to access the main menu screen. 2 Select > [Alarm] , then tap to conrm. 3 Select [On/off] > [On] , then tap to conrm. 4 Select [Alarm time] , then tap to conrm. 5 T ap / once or several times to enter an alarm time , then tap to conr m. 6 Select [Repetition][...]

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    20 EN will maintain standard transmission pow er . In this case , the r ange is not affected. Tip • Apar t from Eco mode for the reduction of the transmission power and radiation, this handsfree phone uses a power adapter which consumes v er y little power in standby mode. Register your phone Register your phone man ually to the base station befo[...]

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    21 EN 9 T echnical data Displa y • T ouch panel with white LCD backlight General telephone featur es • Display of caller n umber and caller name (if the name is stored in phone book) • T alk time: 10 hour s • Standby time: 160 hour s Batter y • Integrated batter y: Li-P olymer Adapter Charger • Philips: SSW -1920EU-2, Input: 100-240V 50[...]

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    22 EN 10 Notice Declaration of conformity Hereby Philips Consumer Lif estyle , declares that the MT3120 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directiv e 1999/5/EC . Y ou can nd the Declaration of Confor mity on www .p4c . This product has been designed, tested and manufactured according th[...]

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    23 EN consequences for the environmental and human health. Remov e the integrated batter y If there is no collection/recycling system for electronic products in your countr y , you can protect the environment b y removing and recycling the batter y before disposing the phone . When this logo is attached to a product, it means a nancial contribut[...]

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    24 EN 11 Fr equently ask ed questions How to connect the handsfr ee phone to my other phones? Go to > > [Ser vices] > [Register] . Tip • For information, see chapter 'Get star ted', section 'Register your phone'. No signal bars are displa yed on screen. • The handset is out of range . Mov e it closer to the base sta[...]

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    25 EN 12 Appendix T ext and number input tables Key Upper case character s (for English/ French/ German/ Italian/T ur kish/ P or tuguese/Spanish/Dutch/Danish/ Finnish/Norwegian/ Sw edish/Romanian/ P olish/Czech/Hungarian/Slovakian/ Slov enian/Croatian/Lithuanian/Estonian/ Latvian/Bulgarian) 0 Space . 0 , / : ; " ' ! ¡ ? ¿ * + - % ^ ~| [...]

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    26 EN 6 m n o Ћ 6 Р С Т У 7 p q r s Җ Š 7 Ф Х Ц Ч Π Θ Σ ß 8 t u v Lj 8 Ш Щ Ъ Ы 9 w x y z Ž 9 Ь Э Ю Я Ω Ξ Ψ Key Upper case character s (for Russian and Ukrainian) 0 Space . 0 , / : ; " ' ! ¡ ? ¿ * + - % ^ ~| 1 1 @ _ # = < > ( ) & € £ $ ¥ [ ] { } ¤ § ... 2 А Б В Г 2 Ґ A B C Æ Ä Å Ç 3 Д[...]

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