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    [1] www.uniden.com W elcome/Features/T erminology 2 Co ntro ls & F unc tio ns 4 Setting up the Phon e 6 Choose the best lo cation 6 Optional Battery Backup F eature 7 Install the rec hargeable battery p ack 8 Low battery alert 9 Cleaning th e battery cha rging contacts 9 Connect the base and char ge the handset 10 Moun ting the Ba se Unit on a [...]

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    W elcome/F eatures/ Te r m i n o l o g y Welcome/Features/Terminology [ 2 ] www.uniden.com Thank you f or pur chasing a U nid en Multi-H andset ph on e . The U SB conn ection lets you use your person al computer to ed it your ph onebook, d ownload sched ule remin d ers, an d even import contacts fr om Micr osoft Outlook  . Note: Illustrations in[...]

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    W elcome/F eatures/ [ 3 ] Welcome/Features/Terminology www.uniden.com T erminology • Standby mode: The han d set is n ot in use . If it is off th e cr adle , no lin e has been activated. N o dial tone is presen t. • T alk mode: A telephone lin e has been activated on th e handset, en abling a dial ton e . Accessibility Uni den pr ovides a custo[...]

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    Controls & Functions Controls & Func tions [ 4 ] www.uniden.com Controls & Functions 1. New M essage LED 2. V olume (up) (P . 46) 3. V olume (down) (P . 46) 4. T alk/flash (P . 37 & 40) 5. Back/hold/in tercom (P . 21, 41 & 63) 6. * /tone (P . 60 & 47) 7. Ear Speaker 8. Soft men u keys (P . 20) 9. end (P . 39) 10.Joystick (P [...]

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    [5] Controls & Functions www.uniden.com 22 23 21 24 25 26 28 27 38 39 40 43 44 31 42 32 33 34 35 36 37 41 30 29 21. Base Antenn a 22. Base Charge Contacts 23. Base Speaker 24. Back (P . 21) 25. LCD Display 26. Soft M enu keys (P . 20) 27. Phon ebook/ (P . 52 & 21) 28. /Speaker V olume Up (P . 21 & 44) 29. Men u/select (P . 21) 30. (Call[...]

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    Setting up the Phone Setting up the Phone [ 6 ] www.uniden.com Setting up the Phone Choose the best location When ch oosing a l ocation for your n ew phon e , her e are som e important gui delin es you sh ould consi der: • The locati on should be close to both a phone jack an d a con tinu ous power outlet (one which is n ot connected to a switch)[...]

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    Setting up the Phone [ 7 ] Setting up the Phone www.uniden.com Optional Battery Backup Featur e The b attery backup allows you to mak e and r e ceive calls d uring a power f ailure . Y ou can use any handset or th e base , just as you would normally . Install the backup battery in the base 1) Open the battery case cover by pressing in sligh tly on [...]

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    Setting up the Phone Setting up the Phone [ 8 ] www.uniden.com Install the rechar geable battery pack 1) Press d own on the han dset battery case cover (use the fin ger inden tion for a better grip) and sli de th e cover down war d to rem o ve . 2) Place the batt ery pack in th e battery compar tment with th e conn ectors on th e battery and on the[...]

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    Setting up the Phone [ 9 ] Setting up the Phone www.uniden.com Low battery alert When th e battery pack is very low , the ph on e is prog ramm ed to eliminate fun ction s in order to save power . The battery pack needs to b e charg ed when: - The empty battery icon appears. - Low Battery appears in th e display . If the ph one is in stan db y m ode[...]

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    Setting up the Phone Setting up the Phone [ 1 0 ] www.uniden.com Connect the base and charge the handset 1) Connect th e AC ad apter to th e DC IN 9V jack. Place the base close to th e AC outlet to avoid lon g extension cords . 2) Conn ect th e AC ad apter to a con tinu ous power supply (i.e ., an outlet that is not contr olled by a switch). 3) Clo[...]

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    Mounting the Base Unit on a [ 1 1 ] Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall www.uniden.com Mounting the Base Unit on a W all Standard w all plate mounting This ph one can be m ounted on an y stand ard w all plate . 1) Plug the A C ad apter into the DC IN 9V jack. 2) Plug the teleph one line cor d into th e TEL LINE jack. Wrap th e cord ins id e the mo lde[...]

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    Expanding Y our Phone E x p a n d i n g Y o u r P h o n e [12] www.uniden.com Expanding Y our Phone Y our pho ne ca n support a total o f ten handsets . Expansi on handsets do n ot need to be conn ected to a phone jack, an d allow you to use additi onal feat ur es such as DirectLi nk Mod e and up to 4 -way conferen ce calling. Expan sion handsets n[...]

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    Expanding Y our Phone [ 1 3 ] Expanding Your Phone www.uniden.com Connect the expansion handset's char ger The han dset's the battery rechar ges automa tical ly wh en the han dset is placed in th e char ger . 1) Connect the A C adapter to the DC IN 9V jack and to a stan dar d 120V AC wall outlet. 2) Set the char ger on a desk or tabletop,[...]

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    Expanding Y our Phone E x p a n d i n g Y o u r P h o n e [14] www.uniden.com Register the TCX440 and T CX400 ex pansion handset to main base Befor e an e xpansi on handset is r egistered, th e battery pack MUST be charg e d f or 15 hours . T o register T CX440 or TCX400 handset, simply place it in the main base . While the handset is r egistering,[...]

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    Changing the Di gital [ 1 5 ] Changing the Digital Securi ty Code www.uniden.com Changing the Digital Security Code The di gital security code is an id entifica tion cod e used to conn ect the han dset and the base unit. N ormally , setting the cod e is not n ecessary . In the rar e situ ation that you suspect an oth er cord less teleph on e is usi[...]

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    Optional Headset Installation Optional Headset Installation [ 1 6 ] www.uniden.com Optional Headset Installation Y our pho ne m ay be used with an option al headset. T o use an opti onal h eadset, in sert th e he adset plug into th e headset jack. Y our phon e is r eady for han ds- free conversa tion s. (Headsets may be pur chased by callin g Unid [...]

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    Installing Uniden's Cord less [17] I n s t a l l i n g U n i d e n ' s C o r d less Telephone Cu stomization Tool www.uniden.com NO TE: Unid en's Cordless T elephone Customization T ool requires either Mi crosoft®, Wind ows® 98SE, Wind ows ME, Wind ows 2000, Wind ows XP and m ore than 150MB free har d d rive spac e . 1) Insert the [...]

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    Using the Inte rface Using the Interface [ 1 8 ] www.uniden.com Using the Interface Example o f the standby mode display •H a n d s e t •B a s e 570# 0GY%+& Battery icon Date , Day of th e week, an d time Number of new caller ID calls received 570# 4KPIGT 0GY?[...]

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    [19] Using the Interface www.uniden.com Display Icons ICON DESCRIPTION Handset Base - Battery icons in dicate the handset battery status. This icon cycles depen ding on the battery status (empty , low , medium, an d full). - Ringer of f icon in dicates that th e ringer is turned o ff. Te l e p h o n e icon indi cates that the line is in use . Mute [...]

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    Using the Inte rface Using the Interface [ 2 0 ] www.uniden.com Soft Ke y Function "Soft" k eys are k eys that chan ge functi on during th e operati on of the ph one . Ther e are two soft k eys on the han dset and base . The te xt right above th e soft k ey in dicates that k ey's current fun ction. For e xample , when the ph one is i[...]

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    [21] Using the Interface www.uniden.com Using the jo ystick The joysti ck mak es it easy to use your phone . The f our most comm only used functi ons are accessible just by m oving the jo ystick. Use t he joy stick or menu/select key on th e base to mak e m enu selec tion s. Highli ght the opti on you want by m oving th e joystick up, down, ri ght,[...]

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    Using the Inte rface Using the Interface [ 2 2 ] www.uniden.com Entering text Y ou can use the n umber keypad on your phon e to enter text by r e ferrin g to the letters printed on each n umber key . When you press th e number key in a text entry field , the phon e displays the first letter print ed on the n umber key . Pr ess the n umber ke y twic[...]

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    [23] Main Menu Options www.uniden.com Main Menu Options On the handset, the opti ons are Di rectLink, Ro om Monitor , Messages, Ringer Options , Speak er Setup, Display Options, R eminder , and System Se tup . Note : • If you do n ot press a key within 30 secon ds, th e ph one will tim e out and exit th e men u mod e. Wh en setting the Date an d [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 2 4 ] www.uniden.com System Setup Menu Sy stem Setup The f ollowing submen u options m ust be set separately for each handset an d th e base . LCD Contrast (F or Base) Y ou can cha n ge th e contrast o f your base disp lay to mak e it easier to r e ad. Y ou might w ant to adjust the con trast when ever you c[...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 2 5 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Call Priv acy If you don't w ant oth e r r egistered handsets or th e ba se to interrup t you on a call, you can turn on privacy m ode . As lon g as your handset or the base is in privacy mode , other handsets won't be able to join your ca ll or mak e an y calls of th eir own. T [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 2 6 ] www.uniden.com Any K ey Answ er (Handse t only) Any K ey Answer lets you an swer the ph one by pr essing an y key on the number pad . T o turn on Any Key An swer , go to Any Key Answer and select On . A confirm a ti on tone tells you that An y Key Answer is active . Banner Display (Handset only) Y ou c[...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 2 7 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Global Setup Global settings apply to all r egist ered handsets and th e ba se . If you chan ge som ething un der the gl obal m enu, you chang e it for handsets a nd the base . Only on e handset or th e base can chang e global settin gs at a time , and you have to m ake sure the ph one is [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 2 8 ] www.uniden.com Call W aiting Y our phon e supports Caller ID with Call W aiting, so you can see th e name an d number o f someon e who calls wh en you ar e alr eady on th e line . Y our phon e also supports Call W aiting Delux e, whi ch gives you a ch oice o f how you w an t to handle a waitin g call. [...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 2 9 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Dial Mode Y our phon e can communi cate with th e teleph one networ k in two differen t ways: ton e dialin g and pulse di aling. Th ese days , m ost phon e networks use a m ethod called ton e dialin g, so your ph one co mes pr ogramm ed fo r tone d ial ing. If your ph one company uses puls[...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 3 0 ] www.uniden.com Setting the Ringer Options This m enu lets yo u customize rin g er or speak er volume setti ngs on your ph one . Y ou can set th ese options sep arately f or the base and each han dset. Ringer T one Y ou can set a differen t ring er for each handset an d the base . This phone com es with[...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 3 1 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Unique Ring Setup (Base Only) Y ou can assign special rin ger ton e s to an yone in your phon ebook. When your p hon e gets a call, it looks up th e Caller ID inf ormati on in your pho ne book; if you have assign ed a distinctive rin ger to that number , the phone uses that ring so you kn [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 3 2 ] www.uniden.com Storing Ringer T ones 1) Conn ect the au dio r ecording cable to th e han dset and sound source (e .g.stereo or CD player). In sert one en d of th e audio re cordi ng cable in to the han dset's headset j ack an d the othe r end into the sou nd sour ce . Y ou can also simply use the [...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 3 3 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Changing Ringer Name 1) Go to Rec/Edit Rings . 2) Select a ring er you wa nt to chan ge th e title , and pr ess the OPTIONS soft k ey . 3) U se joystick to select Change Tit le . 4) Edit th e title of this ring er (up to 12 characters) usin g th e number keypad, th e DELETE key , and th e [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 3 4 ] www.uniden.com Display Settings (Handset Only) The fol lowin g subm enu optio ns m ust be set separate ly for e ach handset. W all P aper (Handse t Only) Y our phone has 34 preset wallpaper/images to choose from. Y ou can customize or replac e 30 of th ese images usin g the softw a r e application CD-R[...]

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    System Set up Menu [ 3 5 ] System Setup Menu www.uniden.com Color Scheme (Handset Only) Y ou can chan ge th e color of your pho ne's disp lay . Ther e ar e 5 differ ent colors to ch oose from: S ky Blue , Haze Gr ay , Chi c Purple , Coral Red , an d Lime Gr een. T o chang e the color of th e disp lay , go to Color Scheme and select the colo r [...]

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    System Set up Menu System S etup Me nu [ 3 6 ] www.uniden.com Animation Type (Handset only) Y our phon e has 4 differen t animati o n s (Dog, Car , Frog an d Abstract) wi th 7 differ en t an ima tio n s che mes : T o set your anim ation t ype , scroll thr ough Animati o n T ype option s, an d press the VIEW soft k ey . Press the center o f the joys[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 3 7 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com Using Y our Phone Making Ca lls From the Handset 1) Remove the han dset from th e chargin g cradle . 2) Press t alk/flash . 3) Listen for the di al tone . 4) Dial the num ber . OR 1) Remove the han dset from th e chargin g cradle . 2) Dial the num ber . If you ne ed the pho ne to pa use bef [...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [38] www.uniden.com From the Handset Speak erphone 1) Remove the han dset from the ch argin g cradle . 2) Press speaker . 3) Listen for th e dial ton e. 4) Di al the number . 5) When the ot her pa rty answe rs, ta lk into t he micr ophone located at the bottom o f the handset. From the base 1) Press . 2[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 3 9 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com Receiving a call From the base Pre ss . Hanging Up From th e handset press end or r e turn th e handset to the char ging cr adle . From th e base , press end . Switching to the Handset Speakerphone During a Call T o switch a norm al call to the speak erphon e, pr ess speaker . T o switch fro[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [40] www.uniden.com Moving out o f r ange If you move your handset farth e r from th e base unit during a call, you migh t start to hea r mor e noise than usual . If you g o too far fr om the base , you will h ear a be ep and se e No Signal Press HELP . Press th e HELP soft k ey on the display . Call W [...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 4 1 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com Placing a Call on H old During a call, pr ess back/hold/intercom or hold/ in te rco m/ t ran sf er , to put the ca ll on h old. Pr ess tal k/ flash or the base to go back to the call. Option Definition Press Ask to H old A prer ecorded m essage tells th e caller that you will be available sh[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [42] www.uniden.com Conferencing If you have m ore than on e han dset, up to f our people can partic ipate in a confer ence call. 3-W ay Conferen cing • Outsid e line + H andset + Base (or Handset) 4-W ay Conferen cing • Outsid e lin e + Han dset + Han dset + Base Joining a Confe r ence Call Y ou ca[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 4 3 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com From the handset 1) Press talk/fla sh or speaker on the handset to join the call. 2) T o hang up, return th e handset to the cr adle or press end on th e handset. Th e base or other handset will still be connected to th e call. Invite someone to a confer ence Pre ss back/hold/inter com or ho[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [44] www.uniden.com Y ou can also display th e redi al list with th e phone in talk mod e. Afte r selectin g the number , press the DIAL soft k ey to dial the n umber . Deleting Redial Recor ds If you want to delete a phon e number from the r edial list, go to th e redi al list in standby mod e, an d se[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 4 5 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com Using the Handset V o lume Options Ringer: A djust the han dset ringer volum e Y ou can choo se fr om thr ee differ ent ring er volume settin g s on your hand set: off, low , and hi gh. When the pho ne is i n standby mod e , go to the Ringer Opt ions men u, and then se lect Ringer Volume . U[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [46] www.uniden.com Speaker: A djust th e handset speak er volum e Y ou can ch oose fr om six volume levels f or the han dset speakerphon e . To adjust the speaker volum e , go to Speaker Setup men u, and select Speaker Volume , and th en select the volume level you w ant to use . Y ou can also adjust t[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 4 7 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com T one Dialing Switch Over If your teleph one compan y uses pulse di aling, you can switch over to tone dialin g after the call connects . This feature is useful when you need tone dialin g to use any automated m enu systems , such as automated bankin g, prescri pti on r efill lin es, custome[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [48] www.uniden.com Find Handset T o locate the handset, pr ess find hs on th e base wh en the phon e is in standby mod e. Select th e handset to pag e. Th e handset beeps for 60 secon ds, and Paging appears on th e handset di splay . T o can c el pagin g, press an y key on the handset or en d on th e b[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 4 9 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com If you have an access number alread y enter e d , the curr ent number will appear in the disp lay . T o delete that n umber , press th e DELETE so ft key . If you need to have the ph one wait be for e sending th e next di gits, pr ess the PA U S E soft k ey . Press th e center o f the joysti[...]

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    Using Y our Phone U s i n g Y o u r P h o n e [50] www.uniden.com Reminder (Handset only) Date & Time must be set to use th e Calend ar featur es. T o set the Date & Time , scroll to Global Syste m Setup options (see pag e 2 7). Y our phon e has a built-in calen dar that you can use to sch edule remind ers and appointm ents (all the way thr[...]

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    Using Y our Phone [ 5 1 ] Using Your Phone www.uniden.com 1) Pr ess the center o f the joystick to select a d ate . 2) Press the ST ORE soft k ey to add a rem ind er . 3) Pr ess th e center of th e Joysti ck to set the d ate and time . 4) Use th e number keypad or * /ton e to select the ho urs and minutes . Press th e center of th e joystick when y[...]

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    Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook [ 5 2 ] www.uniden.com Using the Phonebook Y our ph one l ets you stor e up to 100 entri es in each hand set an d base . Y ou can stor e up to 4 ph one n umbers f or each n ame in your ph onebook (f or a total o f 400 numbers), an d you can assi gn nam es to groups for easy sear ching. Y ou can store a distin[...]

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    Using the Phonebook [ 5 3 ] Using the Phonebook www.uniden.com Step 1: Name / Select / an d use th e keypad to en ter the n ame for this entr y . Y ou can enter up to 16 char acters. If you d on't wan t to enter a nam e , your phone will stor e this entry as No N a m e . Pr ess the cen ter of th e joystick or menu/select when you finish , an d[...]

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    Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook [ 5 4 ] www.uniden.com Step 4: Unique Display (Handset only) Select to attach a sp ecial scr een display to this en try . Select the di splay you wan t the pho ne to use wh en this person calls, or sele ct No Selectio n to have the phon e use its regular display . Y ou can pre ss the VIEW soft k ey to see the[...]

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    Using the Phonebook [ 5 5 ] Using the Phonebook www.uniden.com Storing Caller ID or Redi al Numbers in the Phonebook Y ou can stor e Caller ID or re dial nu mbers in your ph onebook so you can use th em la te r . G o t o t he Ca ll er ID li st o r re dia l l is t and se le ct the num be r y ou wa nt t o s to re. (If the Caller ID inf o rm ation di [...]

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    Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook [ 5 6 ] www.uniden.com Managing the Phonebook With the OPTIONS so ft k ey , you can delete phon ebook entries , copy en trie s to anoth er handset or ba se , check h ow many e mpty phon ebooks and spee d dial entri es you have availabl e , sort your ph onebo ok by grou ps, and nam e phon ebook gr oups. Deleti[...]

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    Using the Phonebook [ 5 7 ] Using the Phonebook www.uniden.com T o copy a sing le entry , go to the Ph onebook an d select the entry you w ant to copy . Press th e OPTIONS soft ke y and th en select Copy Select ion . Select the han dset or base you wan t to copy th e entr y to. Y our pho ne will ask you to confirm, sele ct Yes . T o copy all th e p[...]

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    Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook [ 5 8 ] www.uniden.com Naming phonebook groups Y our pho ne com es with 10 groups to h elp you or ganize phon ebook. Y ou can nam e groups thin gs lik e "Family" or "Frien ds" or "Softball team" to let you fin d entri es in your phon ebook mor e quickly . Follow th e steps below [...]

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    Caller I D F eatures [ 5 9 ] Caller ID Features www.uniden.com Caller ID F eatures If you subscribe to Ca ller ID fr om your phon e company , your ph one wi ll show you the ca ller's ph one num ber an d nam e (if available) wh ene ver a call com es in. If you subscribe to bo th Call W aiting an d Caller ID th e phon e also shows you th e name [...]

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    Caller I D F eatures C a l l e r I D F e a t u r e s [60] www.uniden.com If yo u wa nt to se e ho w many Ca ll er ID numb er s a re s tore d i n your phon e, sli de the J o ysti ck to the ri ght or press the Caller ID key on th e base , an d th en the OPTIONS so ft key . Select CID Capacity . Calling someone fr om the Caller ID list Go to the Call [...]

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    Multi-Handset F eatures [61] M u l t i - H a n d s e t F e a t u r e s www.uniden.com Multi-Handset F eatures The features in this secti on requir e a minimum of two handsets to oper ate . T o add additi onal han dsets to your system, see "Expan ding Y our Ph on e" on page 12 . Using Dir ectLink Mode In DirectLink M ode , a pair of han ds[...]

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    Multi-Handset F eatures M u l t i - H a n d s e t F e a t u r e s [62] www.uniden.com Room/Baby Monitor This featur e allows you to monitor sounds in an other r oom. Place a handset or th e base in the room you wish to m onitor; it will fun ction as a mic rop hone. A s ec ond hand se t o r t he base can be used as a re mote spe ake r , allowing you[...]

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    Multi-Handset F eatures [63] M u l t i - H a n d s e t F e a t u r e s www.uniden.com Intercom Y ou can use the in tercom to talk to anot her han dset or base withou t using th e phon e lin e . While the ph on e is in standby mod e, pr ess back/hold/intercom or hold/inter com/transfer . Select th e handset or base yo u wa nt to page . If you select[...]

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    Multi-Handset F eatures M u l t i - H a n d s e t F e a t u r e s [64] www.uniden.com Tr ansferring a Call Y ou can tr ansfer calls between th e hand sets an d the base or between any two handsets . During a call, press ba ck/hold/i nterc om or hold/inter com/transfer on the han d set; this will put the call on hold . Select the han dset or base yo[...]

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    Note on P ower Sources [ 6 5 ] Note on Power Sources www.uniden.com Note on P ower Sources Pow e r Fa i l u r e During th e period that th e power is off, you will n ot be able to m ake or r eceive calls with the teleph one . Optional P ower Backup F eature The p hon e has an option al backup battery in th e base. It prov id es power backup in the [...]

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    General Information General In formation [ 6 6 ] www.uniden.com General Information The phon e compli es with FCC P arts 15 and 68 . Oper ating temper atur e: 0 ° C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F) AC A dapter Information AC A dapter part number: AD-0006 Input V oltage: 120V A C 60Hz Output V oltage: 9V DC 500mA Battery Information Battery part n [...]

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    [67] Troubleshooting www.uniden.com Troubleshooting If your phone is n o t perf orming to your expectati ons , please try th ese simple steps first. If these steps do n ot solve your problem, pl ease call our Custom er Service H otline at 1-800-297-1023. (M on - Fri 7 am to 7 pm, Sat/Sun 9 am to 5 pm , CST . The Customer Service H o tline is closed[...]

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    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting [ 6 8 ] www.uniden.com Severe n oise in terferen c e . • Keep the han dset away from mi crowave oven s, computers, rem ote control toys , wireless mi crop hon es, alarm systems , intercom s, r oom monitors, flu oresc ent li ghts, an d electrica l applian ces. • Move to another loca tion or turn off th e source of[...]

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    [69] Troubleshooting www.uniden.com System Reset De-register the Handset 1) Press an d h old end an d # for mor e than 5 seconds . Sele ct Deregiste r HS . 2) The phon e will ask you to confirm th e der egistra tion. Select Yes . When th e base inform ation is deleted , the handset displays MUST place the handset in base to register! Models may var[...]

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    Liquid Damage L i q u i d D a m a g e [70] www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moistur e and liqui d may dam a g e your cordless ph one . Follow th e steps below if your ph one gets wet: Case Action If the e xterior plastic h ousing on the han dset or base is exposed to m oisture or liqui d. Wipe off th e liquid, and use as n ormal. If moistur e or liquid[...]

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    [71] Precautions & Warranty www.uniden.com Precautions! Befor e you r ead anythin g else , please observe the f ollowing: War n i ng ! Uniden America Corporation DOES NO T represent this unit to be waterproof. To r educe the risk of fire , elec trical shock, or damage to the unit, DO NOT e xpose this unit to rain or moisture. Rechargeable Nicke[...]

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    Precau tions & W ar ranty Precautions & Warranty [72] www.uniden.com Finally, it sh ould be noted that so me cordless telephones operate at frequen cies that may ca use int erferen ce to nearby TVs an d VCRs. T o minimize or prevent such in terference, the base of the cordless telephone should not be place d near or on top of a TV or VCR. I[...]

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    [73] I.C. Notice www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipm e n t meets th e applicable In dustry Cana d a T erminal Equipm e n t T echnical Specificati o n s. This is confirmed by th e r egistr ation n umber . The abbr eviati on, IC, befor e the registr ation number si gnifies that registr ation was perf ormed based on a De[...]

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    INDEX [74] www.uniden.com Index A Animati ons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Anykey An s wer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Area Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Au dio T one . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Auto T alk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 B Banner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Battery Backup battery .[...]

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    [75] INDEX www.uniden.com S Setting up Base unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 T elephone Line . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Soft K ey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Speaker phon e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Speak er volume Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Han dset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Storing a caller I[...]

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    [76] www.uniden.com Memo[...]

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    [77] www.uniden.com Memo[...]

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    At Uniden, we'll take care of you! Thank you f or pur chasing a U niden pr odu ct. If you have any question s or pr oblems , please do not r eturn this product to the pl ace o f pur chase . Having Tr ouble? Our customer car e specialists are her e to help you! Visit our website at www .unid e n.com or call our Custo m er Serv i ce Ho tlin e at[...]

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    UPZZ01745BZ THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT . ©2005 Uniden America Corporation, Fort W orth, T exas. Contains additional foreign articles. Custom manufactured in China. REGISTER ONLINE TODA Y! FOR ACCESSORIES, GO ONLINE @ WWW .UNIDEN.COM[...]