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    B T229 Bluetooth® Headset U ser ’ s Guide Also in this package: AC (indoor) po wer adapter Extra ear cushion Questions? Problems? Get help on the web a t w ww.uniden.c om or call our Customer Ser vice line at 800-292-2294.[...]

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    2 Getting to Know the Headset What the LED colors mean Color Stat e Meaning Red Steady The headset is curren tly charging . When the batt er y is fully charged , the LED turns o . Flashing The headset is turned o . If the headset is also beeping, the battery is low . Blue Flashing The headset is turned on. 1 ash every 5 seconds The headset[...]

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    3 What the buttons do The headset initiat es the function only after the button is released . Press it to Press & hold it for 2 seconds to 4 seconds to Multi-function button ( MFB ) In standby: Redial the most rec ently dialed number . During an incoming call: Answer the call. During a call: Hang up. In standby: Activat e voice dialing . During[...]

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    4 Setting Up Your Headset Charge the battery Before using your headset , charge the ba ttery until the red LED is solid on (about 2 hours). Charging the ba ttery completely (and keeping it charged) will help y ou get the longest possible talk and standby time out of the battery . Connect the adapter to the po wer connector on the top of the headset[...]

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    5 Make sur e the headset is power ed o and the power adapt er is not connected (you can’ t use the headset while it’ s charging). Press and hold MFB un til the LED ashes alternating red and blue (appr oxima tely 6 seconds), then release. The headset is in pairing mode and should be visible to other Bluetooth devices . On your phone, start[...]

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    6 Connect to your phone Most phones connect to the headset as soon as you pair it; if y ours won ’t , turn the headset o and back on. If headset still won ’t c onnect, check your phone ’ s owner’ s manual for additional Bluetooth information. Once the headset is paired: Whenever y ou turn the headset on, it will automatically try to conn[...]

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    7 Put your headset on Inser t the ear cushion, then wrap the earhook behind your ear . Ev er yone ’ s ear has a sw eet spot, a particular angle of the speaker wher e the audio comes in loud and clear . T ake a few minut es to move the headset ar ound until y ou nd the best angle for the ear cushion. Wearing the headset on your left ear: If you[...]

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    8 Available Features After the headset is connected , you can use the following fea tures: Make a call Make the call fr om your mobile phone as usual; your phone should aut omatically send the call to the headset; if it doesn ’t, pr ess and hold MF B for 2 seconds to send the call to the headset manually . Answer a call While the phone is ringing[...]

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    9 Call Waiting T o use this f eature, y ou must subscribe to Call W aiting through your service provider , and your phone must support the hands-free prole. T o put your current call on hold and switch to a w aiting call, pr ess and hold U P until you hear 3 beeps (about 4 seconds). When y ou release the button, y ou’ll be connected to the w a[...]

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    10 Using the Multipoint Function The headset supports simultaneous connection with 2 mobile phones with full control of each one. (This fea ture may not be c ompatible with some mobile phones.) Pairing to more than one phone P air the headset to the rst phone following the instructions on page 6. When y ou hear a high-pitched, short double-beep,[...]

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    Troubleshooting and Maintenance If you ha ve problems with the headset , see the suggestions in the table below . If these suggestions don’ t help , con tact c ustomer support (see the cover for c ontact information). If ... T ry ... The headset won ’ t turn on. Charging the batt er y completely . • The headset won ’ t pair with my phone. M[...]

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    General Information Y ou c annot use the headset while it is rechar ging. Bluetooth wireless devices ha ve a maximum range of 30 feet (10 m); the actual range varies depending on current conditions ( obstacles, battery power , interference, et c.). The headset can be connected only to devices that support the Bluetooth headset or hands-free prol[...]

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    Safety and Handling Information For maximum pr oduct life, do not drop , thro w , or crush the headset. Do not expose it to humidity , dust , or temperatur es above 125 F . Cleaning the headset If necessary, r emove the earhook. Dampen a lint- free cloth with wa ter or a cleaner specially designed for electronics, and gently wipe the headset clean.[...]

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    Use only the pow er cord and batt eries indicated in this manual. Do not expose the batt er y (or the device) to ames or dispose of it in a r e: the battery may explode. C heck with local authorities for possible battery disposal instructions. Do not disassemble, modify , or attempt t o repair any component of this product. Check the laws and[...]

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    interference rec eived, including int erference that may cause undesired operation. IMPORTANT NOTE: Radiation Exposure Statement This equipment complies with IC r adiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled envir onment. End users must follow the specic operating instr uctions for satisfying RF exposur e compliance. T o maintain compl[...]

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    programmed by an yone other than as detailed by the owner’ s manual for this product. ST A TEMENT OF REMEDY : In the even t that the product does not conform to this warr anty at any time while this warranty is in eect, warran tor will either , at its option, repair or r eplace the defective unit and return it to you without char ge for parts,[...]