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    D1685 base with answering system and cordless handset Battery cover Accessory handset and charger If you purchased model number:* You should have: D1685 None D1685-2 1 of each ... ... D1685-11 10 of each D1685-12 11 of each * If the m ode l numb er ends in R , you r pack age in clude s a DR X 1 0 0 rang e ex ten der. Refer to th e DR X 100 User ’[...]

  • Page 2

    English - 2 Ge tt ing St ar ted .................................... 3 Inst alling Your Phone .................................3 Ge tti ng to Kno w Y our Phon e ................... 4 Usin g the M enu s................................... 8 Basic M enu Op erat ion ................................ 8 Menu Func ti ons ...................................[...]

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    English - 3 GETTING STARTED Installing Your Phone Charge the Battery 1. Unpack a l l ha nd set s, bat ter y pac ks , a nd bat ter y cover s. I f you nee d to remove a cover, press in on t he no tch a nd sl ide t he cove r dow n and of f . 2. Li ne up t he bat te r y con nec tor w it h t he jac k in side t he ha nd set ; t he con nec tor on ly f it [...]

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    English - 4 Getting to Know Your Phone Parts of the Base Key (icon) What it does FInd hs/ InTErcoM x In standby: page a handset or start an intercom call (see page 14). x During a call: put the call on hold and start a call transfer. MEnu/sElEcT x In standby: open the menu. x In any menu or list: select the highlighted item. clEar x While entering [...]

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    English - 5 Key (icon) What it does PlaY/sToP x In any menu or list, or while a message is playing: stop the current operation and exit completely. x In standby: begin message playback. x While screening calls: mute Call Screen. uP ( ) x In standby: increase the ringer volume. x During a call or while a message is playing: increase the volume. x In[...]

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    English - 6 Parts of the Handset Key (icon) What it does PhonEbook ( ) x In standby or during a call: open the phonebook. x In the menu: go back to the previous screen. x When entering text: move the cursor to the left. sPEakEr ( ) x Switch a normal call to the speakerphone (and back). Talk/Flash x In standby: start a telephone call (get a dial ton[...]

  • Page 7

    English - 7 Key (icon) What it does InTErcoM/ clEar x In standby: start an intercom call. x During a call: put the call on hold and start a call transfer. x When entering text or numbers: erase the character at the cursor (press & hold to erase all characters). MEssagE/MuTE ( ) x In standby: access your answering system. x During a call: mute t[...]

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    English - 8 USING THE MENUS Basic Menu Operation ♦ Th e phone ex its t he menu a f ter 3 0 se conds i f no ke ys a re press ed . ♦ Use Phon Eboo k dur i ng a ca l l to bac k out of a menu w it hout ha ng in g up. Menu Functions Base Setup Menu Use t he Ba s e S e tu p menu to se lec t t he ba se d ispl ay la ng ua ge a nd to t ur n t he ba se?[...]

  • Page 9

    English - 9 Date & Time Menu Th is m enu set s t he clo ck (if you have C a l ler I D, the phone s et s t he date a nd ti me autom at ica l ly). Enter t he d ate a nd ti me ; sele ct A M or PM . Use cId to move t he cu rs or pa st a d ig it w ithout c ha ng i ng it. Global Setup Menu Th e set t i ngs on t hi s menu a f fec t a ll h a nds et s a[...]

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    English - 10 Changing the Volume To change the... When... Press... earpiece or speaker volume for each handset you are listening to that earpiece or speaker (playing messages, etc.) uP to incre ase the vol ume. down to dec rease it . base speaker volume ringer volume for each handset or the base* the phone is in standby * If yo u tu r n th e ri nge[...]

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    English - 11 Using Call Waiting ♦ Ca l l W a it in g, a se r v ice av ai la ble f rom you r tele phone prov ider, lets you rec eive c a ll s wh i le you ar e on anot he r ca l l. C a l ler I D on Ca l l W a it ing ( CI DC W) s er v ice d is plays C a l ler I D in for mat ion for a wa it ing c a l l. ♦ If you ge t a Ca l l W a it in g ca l l, t [...]

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    English - 12 3. W hen t he sc reen promp ts you to c onf i r m, sel ec t Y e s . USING SPECIAL FEATURES Silent Mode Y ou c a n si lence t he r i ngers on t he b ase a nd a l l ha nd se ts for a sp ec if ic p er iod of ti me (1 to 9 hours) or set t he r in gers to b e of f a ll t he t i me; t he a n swer in g sy stem a nswer s a ny inc omi ng c a ll[...]

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    English - 13 Call Transfer To... From the base... From a cordless handset... transfer a call 1. Press FInd hs/InTcoM to put the call on hold. 1. Press InTErcoM/clEar to put the call on hold. 2. Select the station you want to transfer the call to, or select All to page all the stations at the same time. When the other station accepts the call, you?[...]

  • Page 14

    English - 14 To... From the base, press... From a cordless handset, press... make an intercom page FInd hs/InTErcoM. InTErcoM/clEar. Select the station you want to talk with or All to page all stations at the same time. cancel a page FInd hs /InTErcoM . End. answer a page FInd hs /InTErcoM or sPEakEr . InTErcoM/clEar or Talk/Flash. end an intercom [...]

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    English - 15 res et it : Wit h t he phone in s ta ndby, open t he menu a nd se lec t Gl ob a l S et u p ; sele ct VM W I R e se t , t hen se lec t Y e s. USING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM Answering System Options ( Ans. Setup ) Y ou c a n set or c ha nge t he a ns weri ng s ys tem opt ions f rom a ny st at ion. Jus t open t he menu a nd sele ct An s . S e[...]

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    English - 16 To... Follow these steps from the base or a handset: Record a personal greeting 1. Open the menu with the phone in standby. Select Ans. Setup , then select Record Greeting . 2. Press MEnu/sElEcT to start recording. Wait until the system says "Record greeting" before speaking. 3. Press MEnu/sElEcT to stop recording. The system[...]

  • Page 17

    English - 17 To... From the base From a handset replay an earlier message During the first 2 seconds of a message, press PhonEbook. select 1:Repeat . skip a message Press cId . Select 3:Skip . delete a message While a message is playing, press dElETE . select 4:Delete . delete all messages With the phone in standby, press dElETE ; press dElETE agai[...]

  • Page 18

    English - 18 2. Du r ing t he g re et in g or bee ps , press 0 a nd im med iatel y enter you r se cu r it y cod e. I f you enter it i ncor rec t ly 3 t im es , th e sys tem h an gs up a nd ret ur ns t o st an dby . 3. Th e sys tem a n nounc es t he t i me, nu mbe r of mes sa ges i n memor y, and a help pr ompt. It be eps to i nd icat e it's wa[...]

  • Page 19

    English - 19 Audio issues Possible solutions There’s a lot of noise or static on the line x Check for interference from appliances (microwave ovens, TVs, etc.) or wireless devices (baby monitors, WiFi equipment, etc.). Move the handset or base away from the interference source. x If you use a telecoil hearing aid, turn on T-coil mode (see page 8)[...]

  • Page 20

    English - 20 Installing a Line Filter or DSL Filter A tele phone li ne f i lte r or DSL f i lter pre vents s er v ice s t hat u se t he phone l ine f rom cau si ng int er ference on you r phone . T o get a l i ne f i lter, contac t you r ser v ic e prov ider or lo ok i n an e lec tr onic s store . Plug t he f i lter i nto t he te lephone wa l l ja [...]

  • Page 21

    English - 21 Adapter and Battery Infor- mation AC Adapter (Base and Charger) Pa r t numb er PS - 00 35 Input v olta ge 120V AC, 6 0 Hz Out put vo lta ge 8V A C @ 3 00 m A x Use on ly t he s uppl ied AC ada pter s. x Use t he pro per ad apt er for t he ba se & a ny cha rg ers . x Do not p lac e t he un it i n di re ct s un l ig ht or subj ec t i[...]

  • Page 22

    English - 22 e R E N is u sed t o det erm i ne t he num ber of d ev ic es t hat m ay be c on- nec te d to a phone l i ne. E xce ss ive R E Ns on a phone l i ne may re su lt in d ev ic es not r in gi ng i n re spon se to a n i ncom i ng ca l l . In mo st but not a l l a rea s , t he su m of R EN s shou ld not e xce ed v e ( 5.0). T o be c er t[...]

  • Page 23

    English - 23 ra dio or t ele v ision r ece pt ion, w hic h ca n be de ter m ine d by t ur n ing t he e qu ipment o a nd on, t he u ser i s enc our age d to t r y to cor re ct t he i nter fe rence by o ne or more of t he fol low i ng mea su re s: x Re orie nt or relo cat e t he rec eiv i ng a nten na . x Inc rea s e th e sep ar at ion be t ween t[...]

  • Page 24

    English - 24 us ed a s pa r t of a ny conver sion k it s, s uba s- sem bli es , or a ny con g u rat ions n ot sold by Unid en, (C) improp erly i ns ta l le d, (D) ser v ice d or rep ai red b y some one ot her t ha n a n aut hori z ed Unid en se r v ice c enter for a de fec t or ma l f unc t ion cove red by t hi s wa rr a nt y , (E) us ed i n a n[...]