Philips SE245 manual

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    Register your pr oduct and get support at www .philips.com/w elcome SE2 45 EN T elephone Ans weri[...]

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    1 T ab l e of con te n t s 4 Using your SE245 17 4.1 Calls 17 4.1.1 Make a call 17 4.1.2 Pre-[...]

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    2 T ab l e of con te n t s 5.6 View an entry 23 5.7 Edit an entr y 23 5.8 Delete an entr y 23[...]

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    3 T ab l e of con te n t s 9.5 Registration 36 9.5.1 Register a handset 36 9.5.2 Select a bas[...]

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    4 Important 1 Impor tant T ak e time to read this user manual befor e you use y our telephone.[...]

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    5 • Do not let small metal objects come into contact with the product. This can deteriorate [...]

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    6 Important 1.4 Recycling and disposal Disposal instructions for old products The WEEE directiv [...]

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    The labelled packaging material is recyclable. 1.5 Electric, Magnetic and Electroma gnetic Fiel[...]

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    8 2.1 What’ s in the bo x? 2.2 What y ou will also need • For the call log to function, s[...]

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    2.3 Overview of the handset 1 Earpiece 2 Displa y See page 11 for an ov er view of the displa y i[...]

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    10 Y ou r S E24 5 Di gi t al C or d le ss Tele p ho ne 8 Loudspeak er key Activate and deactivate [...]

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    2.4 Handset displa y Y ou r S E24 5 Di gi t al C or d le ss Tele p ho ne 1 Status icons Batter y[...]

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    12 2.5 Ov er view of the base Y ou r S E24 5 Di gi t al C or d le ss Tele p ho ne 1 LED Statu[...]

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    8 Pa ging ke y Paging is a useful wa y of fi nding lost handsets. 1 Press on the base. [...]

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    14 3 Getting star ted 3.1 P osition the base Place the base within reach of the telephone line an[...]

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    2 Plug the other ends of the line cord and pow er cable into the telephone sock et and mains po[...]

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    16 If you need to select y our countr y • Press . The countr y name is shown on the display .[...]

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    4 Using y our SE245 4.1 Calls 4.1.1 Make a call 1 Press . 2 Dial the telephone number . [...]

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    18 Identifi cation service (CLI). Please contact your netw ork pro vider for more inf ormation [...]

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    4.1.9 Mute Mute the microphone so that you can talk to someone else in the room without y our cal[...]

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    20 4.3.2 T ransfer an external call to another handset 1 During an external call, press [...]

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    If the voicemail n umber is not pre-stor ed you can add a number , or ov erwrite the existing st[...]

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    22 The display shows the fi rst entr y beginning with N. If required, scroll to the exact ent[...]

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    23 5.5 Enter a pause If your SE245 is connected to a switchboard, you ma y need to enter a paus[...]

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    24 Press to confi rm or to return to standb y . 5.10 One-touch ke ys The or k eys ha [...]

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    25 4 Press again to open the options menu. 5 Press to select DELETE and press . 6 Displ[...]

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    26 network pr ovider . Entries are displa yed in chr onological order with the most recent call a[...]

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    27 6.1.3 Sav e a number fr om the call log to the phonebook 1 Press . The most recent call is[...]

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    28 6.2.4 Delete entire r edial list 1 Press then press and scroll to DELETE ALL then pr[...]

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    29 7 Clock & Alar m If you subscribe to y our network’ s Caller Identifi cation ser vice[...]

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    30 7.3 Set alarm ringer melody There ar e three alarm ringer melodies. 1 Press , scr oll [...]

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    31 Per s on al s e t ti ng s 8.1.2 Ringer melody Choose from 10 ringer melodies. 1 Press ,[...]

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    32 8.2 Handset name Personalise y our handset, for example, with a name or location – Peter o[...]

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    33 8.5 Displa y language 1 Press , scroll to PERSONAL SET and press . 2 Scroll to LANG[...]

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    34 9.2 Dial mode The default SE245 dialling mode is suitable for y our countr y and network. [...]

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    35 3 Enter the master PIN (default setting 0000) and press . 4 Scroll to NUMBER and pre[...]

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    36 5 Enter the number . Press to confi rm. 6 Press to return to standby . 9.4.3 Dial a[...]

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    37 4 If necessar y , scroll REGIST. BASE and press . 5 Enter the number of the base on w[...]

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    38 Note Entries stored in the phonebook and new answ ering machine messages are r etained. 1 P[...]

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    39 Advanc ed settings Answ er Machine On Answ er Mode Answ er & Record Outgoing message Pr[...]

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    40 10 Using your answering machine Y our SE245 answering machine recor ds unanswer ed calls when[...]

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    41 Press to display the callers identifi cation. Press again to see the date and time of th[...]

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    42 3 Speak your message. Press to end recor ding. 10.6 Outgoing messag es This is the me[...]

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    43 10.7 Answ er machine settings 10.7.1 Ring dela y Select the number of rings befor e your a[...]

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    44 5 Press to confi rm. 10.8 Remote access Remote access allows y ou to operate your ans w[...]

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    45 3 Scroll to BS SCREENING and press . 4 Press or to select ON or OFF . 5 Press to[...]

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    46 11 Maintenance and replacement 11.1 Cleaning • Simply clean the handset and base with a dam[...]

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    47 Batter y type The batteries that are used on your SE245 ar e AAA NiMh 550mAh. Out of range warn[...]

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    48 13 Frequently asked questions Charging The icon is not blinking when the handset is placed[...]

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    49 Caller Line Identifi cation (CLI) ser vice does not work Check your subscription with your ne[...]

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    50 • Answ er mode may be set to Answ er Only . Change the mode to Answ er & Record. Cannot[...]

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    51 14 Index A Access the redial list 10, 27 Add entry to phonebook 22 Adjust earpiece volume 9, 18[...]

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    52 L Listen to your message 40 Lock the k eypad 9, 33 Loudspeak er volume 12, 18, 44 M Mak e a c[...]

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    53 V View a call log 26 View phonebook entries 21, 23 Index[...]

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