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    One Year Limited Warranty WARRANTOR: UNIDEN AMERICA CORPORATION (“Uniden”) ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for one year, to the original retail owner, this Uniden Product to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below. WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original user shal[...]

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    PRECAUTIONS Before you read anything else, please observe the following: WARNING! Uniden America Corporation DOES NOT represent this unit to be waterproof. To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or damage to the unit, DO NOT expose this unit to rain or moisture. Precautions! Before you read anything else, please observe the following: Rechar[...]

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    Handset Controls & Functions 1. Headset Jack 2. Message Display 3. Pause ( pause ) Key 4. Talk ( TALK ) Key 5. Numeric Keypad 6. L2 Key 7. L1 Key 8. Microphone 9. Hold ( hold ) Key 10. Flash ( flash ) Key 11. Channel ( CH ) Key 12. Redial ( redial ) Key 13. Conference ( conf ) Key 14. Transfer ( xfer ) Key 15. Volume ( RING/VOL ) Key 16. Ringer[...]

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    Base Unit Controls & Functions 18. line 1 LED 19. power/status LED 20. line 2 LED 18 20 19 7 Y:...ANA9320 om.vp Tue Dec 03 15:21:27 2002 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen[...]

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    1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Safety Instructions ............................................... 2 About Your ANA 9320 ..................................................... 4 Important Electrical Considerations ......................................... 5 Range ............................................................... 5 Telephone Line Problem[...]

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    Important Safety Instructions When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wa[...]

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    D. If the product does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage, and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. E. If the product ha[...]

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    About Your ANA 9320 Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden ANA 9320 Cordless Telephone. The ANA 9320 is designed and engineered to exacting standards for reliability, long life, and outstanding performance. It is designed to work with a PBX system. To get the most from your ANA 9320 , please read this Operating Guide thoroughly. To help fam[...]

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    Important Electrical Considerations Warning: Please do not attempt to unplug any appliance during an electrical storm. Unplug all electrical appliances when you know an electrical storm is approaching. Lightning can pass through your household wiring and damage any device connected to it. This phone is no exception. Caution: Changes or modification[...]

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    Radio Interference Radio interference may occasionally cause buzzing and humming in your cordless Handset, or clicking noises in the Base Unit. This interference is caused by external sources such as a TV, refrigerator, vacuum cleaner, fluorescent lighting, computer equipment, or electrical storm. Your unit is NOT DEFECTIVE. If these noises continu[...]

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    ANA 9320 Features n Long Range 900MHz Digital n 2-line, 16-digit LCD Display n Ringer Volume Control n Handset Volume Control n Single button access to: CONFERENCE, HOLD, and TRANSFER features n Four Function Keys: PAUSE, HOLD FLASH REDIAL n 30 Simultaneous Conversations n Separate Charging Stand n AutoStandby n AutoTalk n Vibrator Ringer Alert n E[...]

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    Installing Your ANA 9320 Selecting the Installation Location Select a location for the ANA 9320 to avoid excessive heat or humidity. The Base Unit of your ANA 9320 can be placed on a desk or tabletop near a standard 120V AC outlet and telephone line jack. The Base Unit can also be mounted on a standard wall plate using the included Wall Mount Adapt[...]

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    Connecting the Telephone Cords The ANA 9320 must be connected to a PSTN or an analog PBX port telephone line. TIP: To setup PSTN or PBX, refer to page 24. CAUTION: n Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. n Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface[...]

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    Applying Power to the Base and Charger Units Use only the supplied AC Adapter: EXP9704 IMPORTANT! Route the power cord where it will not create a trip hazard, or where it could become chafed and create a fire or other electrical hazards. Note: If you cannot plug the AC Adapter into the outlet, contact someone about replacing the outlet. The unique [...]

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    Wall Installation Standard Wall Plate Mounting These Phones are designed to be mounted on a standard wall plate. To attach the wall mount stand to the Base Unit: 1. Slide the Wall Mount stand into the notches at the top of the Base Unit, push the Wall Mount stand down and snap it into place. 2. Plug the AC Adapter into the Base Unit as previously d[...]

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    6. Place the Base Unit on the posts of the wall plate and push down until it’s firmly seated. 7. Plug the AC Adapter into a standard 120V AC wall outlet. Note: Do not use an outlet controlled by a wall switch. Direct Wall Mounting If you do not have a standard wall plate, you can mount your phone directly on a wall. Before mounting your phone, co[...]

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    1. Insert two mounting screws 3 15/16 inches apart. Allow about 3/16 of an inch between the wall and screw heads for mounting the phone. 2. Plug and secure the AC Adapter cord by following steps 2 and 3o ft h e Standard Wall Plate Mounting. 3. Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the LINE jack on the Base Unit. Optionally, plug one end of a[...]

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    Charging Unit Wall Mounting The Charging Unit is also designed to be wall mounted. Before mounting your charging unit, consider the following: n Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall. n Make sure the wall material is capable of [...]

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    3. Slide the wall mount stand into the notches on the bottom of the charging unit. 4. Place the Charging Unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it’s firmly seated. 5. Plug the AC Adapter into a standard 120V AC wall outlet. 15 23 Y:...ANA9320 om.vp Tue Dec 03 15:23:11 2002 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen[...]

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    Attaching the Belt Clip to the Handset You can use the Belt Clip to attach the Handset to your belt or pocket for convenient portability. 1. Snap the tab out of the Belt Clip notch on the top of the Handset. 2. Slide the clip into the tab slot. ( CAUTION: The Belt Clip is designed to fit snugly onto the Handset.) 3. Press firmly until it snaps into[...]

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    Installing the Handset Battery Pack 1. Remove the battery cover by pressing the latch and sliding the cover down and off of the Handset. 2. Connect the battery pack connector observing correct polarity to the jack inside the battery compartment. Do not exert any force on this connection. It could cause damage to the battery or handset. Once you are[...]

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    Charging the Handset Battery Pack The Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery Pack must be fully charged before using your ANA 9320 for the first time. ( Note: Charge the Battery Pack without interruption for 5 hours. ) 1. Place the Handset into the Charging Unit. 2. Make sure the CHARGE indicator illuminates. If the CHARGE light doesn’t illuminate, check to [...]

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    Using Your ANA 9320 Handset Before using your ANA 9320 , be sure to raise the antenna to the vertical position. Note: Operation of the ANA 9320 is performed using the Handset out of the Charging Unit. ANA 9320 Handset Controls 19 27 Y:...ANA9320 om.vp Tue Dec 03 15:23:49 2002 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen[...]

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    Earpiece Volume Press RING/VOL on the side of the Handset during a call to select the earpiece volume of the handset. 20 28 Y:...ANA9320 om.vp Tue Dec 03 15:23:52 2002 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen[...]

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    Handset Ringer Tone and Volume Pressing RING / VOL on the side of the Handset in standby mode to select seven ringer tones and volume combinations. Vibrate Mode “ Ring off ” shown on the above display is the Vibrate Mode. If you set the ringer off and the Handset is not on the charger, the Handset will vibrate when there is an incoming call. If[...]

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    Using the Handset When you pick up the Handset and press TALK , you will see: After the connection has been made between the Handset and Base, the display will show the lines currently connected: Or, you may see one of the following: Condition Indicator LCD Screen No Connection to Base Unit Error Tone Channel busy Error tone No display indication L[...]

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    Answering a Call When you receive a call, the Handset rings and you’ll see: Handset in the Charging Unit Handset out of Charging Unit Pick up the Handset. The AutoTalk feature allows you to answer the call immediately. Press TALK. Or press any key on the numeric keypad, hold , pause , flash , conf ,o r xfer . L1 can be used only when the call is [...]

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    Programming Functions PBX or PSTN In the Programming mode, you can select either Analog PBX or PSTN (Public Service Telephone Network) operation. The default is PSTN. Available features of each mode of operation are illustrated in the table below. Feature Analog PBX PSTN Conference Conference by PBX Connect Line s1&2 Transfer Transfer by PBX No[...]

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    Programming Xfer in PBX Note: Before programming these commands, contact your PBX Administrator to obtain programming codes. The xfer key can be programmed for special use, such as causing a "Hook Flash" followed by a special number or function. The Hook Flash is used to send a signal to the PBX system to initiate a transfer. For example [...]

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    Programming Conf in PBX Your PBX system's configuration determines how the conference feature works. Contact your PBX Administrator for exact operation details. The example below is just a representation. For example - to program the conf key for "Hook Flash" and "9": Press and hold pause for two seconds. The “ TALK ” i[...]

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    Feature Buttons Note: The exact operation of the Feature Buttons depends on how your PBX system is configured. Contact your PBX Administrator for more information. : Placing a call “on hold” Press hold . You will see the following display: To resume the call, press L1 , L2 or TALK . : Transferring a Call The xfer key must be programmed before u[...]

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    PBX Features L1 Key Press the L1 key to initiate a call on Line 1. L2 Key Press the L2 key to initiate a call on Line 2. conf Key In PBX mode, the conf (conference) key must first be programmed. Refer to the section entitled "Programming Conf in PBX". xfer Key Press xfer (transfer). Dial the target number. When the receiving party answers[...]

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    RING/VOL Key This key selects the ringer volume level or tone (or silent alert) during standby mode, and handset earpiece audio level during a call. This key also selects an item during programming mode. CH Key The ANA 9320 automatically selects the clearest of three channels during a call for maximum audio quality. But, if you hear static or noise[...]

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    xfer Key Note: This feature is not available in PSTN mode. hold Key Press once and the call is placed on hold. Press L1 , L2 or TALK to resume the call. pause Key Press once to cause a four second pause while dialing a number. flash Key Press once to cause a "Hook Flash" while on a call. In standby mode, you can redial any one of the last[...]

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    Optional Headset (EXP9730/EXP9530) The optional Headset provides a “Hands-Free” Option for the ANA 9320. With the Headset installed, you can use the Belt Clip to carry the Handset, and conduct a conversation using the Headset. To install the optional Headset, open the cover over the Headset Jack and plug the Headset in. No other settings are ne[...]

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    Optional Accessories and Replacement Parts For the following Optional Accessories and Replacement Parts contact your PBX Administrator. 32 EXP9704 AC Adapter for Base Unit Telephone Cords Belt Clip EXP9302 750 mAh Battery BT-930 Operating Guide OM9320 Base Unit Wall Mount EXP9660 Headset EXP9530 Headset EXP9730 Charger EXP9785 AC Adapter AD-970 Cha[...]

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    Troubleshooting If your ANA 9320 Cordless Telephone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps. If you are still unable to resolve the problems, contact your PBX Administrator. Note: Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. All service must be done by qualified service personnel. Problem Suggestion Charge light won?[...]

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    Specifications Frequency Control : Phase Lock Loop Modulation : FM Operating Temperature : 0° to 50° C (+32° F to +122° F) Base Unit Receive/Transmit Frequency : 902 MHz to 928 MHz Power Requirements : 10V DC from supplied AC Adapter Size : 4 1/4 in .Wx75 / 8i n .Dx21 / 4i n .H Weight : Approx. 15.6 oz. Handset Receive/Transmit Frequency : 902 [...]

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    MEMO 35 43 Y:...ANA9320 om.vp Tue Dec 03 15:25:59 2002 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen[...]