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  • Page 1

    D1789 base with answering system and corded handset DESK WALL Wall/Desk Stand Accessory handset and charger If you purchased model number: You should have: D1789 1 of each D1789-2 2 of each ... ... D1789-11 11 of each D1789-12 12 of each * If the m ode l numbe r ends in R , your pa ckag e includ es a DR X 1 00 rang e ex tend er. Refer to the DR X 1[...]

  • Page 2

    2 - English Ge tt in g Sta rt ed ................................................... 3 Set Up t he Bas e ............................................. 3 Set Up t he Accesso r y Hands ets .............. 4 Set tin g Up the Cell Link™ Blue tooth™ Conne ct ion ......................... 5 Ge tt in g to K now Your Ph one .............................[...]

  • Page 3

    English - 3 GETTING STARTED SET UP THE BASE Attach the Stand Be foreyoua tt ac ht hest a nd ,youhav etode cid eify ouwa ntt hepho netore stonad es korha ng onawa l l . For de sk top u se 1. T u rnt h est an dsot hewor d Des k isr ig ht-sid eup(it?[...]

  • Page 4

    4 - English For desktop use For wall mount use WALL DESK DESK WALL WALL DESK WALL DESK 2. P lugt heACad apt eri ntoast a nda rd12 0VACpowerout l et ,a ndcon ne ctt het ele phonec ord toast a nd ar dtele phon ewa l ljac k . 3. Ify oua remou nt in gt hephoneo nt[...]

  • Page 5

    English - 5 2. P lac eea chha nd s eti nacha r gerw it ht hed is playf ac in gfor wa rd .Ift h edi spl aydo esn’tl ig ht up,re se att heha nd se torco nne c tth echa r gertoad i f fere ntout le t. # Cha rge a ll ha nd set s co mpl et el y (abo ut 15 hour s) [...]

  • Page 6

    6 - English 3. Ma k esu ret hec al lc on nec tsa n dyouc anh ea rcle a rly.(W heny ou’refi n ish ed ,pre ss enD to ha ngup.) • Th eD1 78 9reme mbe rst hep ai r in gin for ma ti onforyou rc el lu la rphon e;i fitlos es con ne ct ionw it hy our?[...]

  • Page 7

    English - 7 Key (icon) What it does silent In standby: press and hold to turn off the ringer on the base or any registered handset (see page 19). 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. x In the first 2 seconds of a message: go[...]

  • Page 8

    8 - English PARTS OF THE HANDSET Key (icon) What it does uP ( ) x In standby: increase the ringer volume. x During a call: increase the audio volume. x In any menu or list: move the cursor up one line. enD/clear x During a call: hang up. x In the menu or any list: exit and go to standby. x When entering text or numbers: erase the character at the c[...]

  • Page 9

    English - 9 Reading the Displays Time Status icons CID info UP or DOWN Date and new message icon 12:08PM 7/10 Home * T AD status icons Base info Status icons Current call info Answering system status Time & date Base LCD Display Handset LCD Display Y ouc a nus et he uP a nd DOW n ke ystos cr ol lt hro ug hCI D?[...]

  • Page 10

    10 - English Icon What it means Handset-Only Icons The speakerphone is on. Home phone line. The handset is using ECO (power save) mode. The signal from the base is 1) weak through 4) strong. The battery is 1) full, 2) half charged, 3) getting low or 4) empty. USING THE MENUS Pre ss Menu ont heba seo r Menu /sel ect ont he[...]

  • Page 11

    English - 11 Menu Option What it does Privacy Setup Determines which handsets will ring when a cellular call comes in (on = ringing enabled). Each station can determine whether it will ring when a call from that cellular phone comes in. Download PB Downloads the cellular phone’s phonebook to the base. Remove Cellular Un-pairs a cellular phone fro[...]

  • Page 12

    12 - English Global Setup Menu Th ese tt i ngso nt hi smenua f fe cta l lst at ion s.O n lyones tat iona tati mec a nch an get he seme nu opt ion s. Menu Option What it does Dial Mode Choose tone or pulse dialing (see page 4). Edit Voice Mail Enter, edit, or delete the access number for your voi[...]

  • Page 13

    English - 13 To... From Base From Handset Corded Handset Speaker- phone Earpiece Speaker-phone switch to the speakerphone and back Press HOMe . Pick up the handset. Press sPeaker . put a call on hold* Press and hold intercOM/finD Hs. Press Menu/select and select Hold/Transfer . return to a call on hold* Press HOMe . Press HOMe/ flasH . Press sPeake[...]

  • Page 14

    14 - English To... From the Bluetooth Setup menu, select a cellular phone and then select... set Privacy features Privacy Setup , then set Privacy to On or Off . x All stations set to Off : All stations will ring (default). x One or more stations set to On : Only stations set to On will ring; other stations do not ring but they can still receive ca[...]

  • Page 15

    English - 15 To… Press... open the CID list ciD on the base, press Menu, and select View Number . The CID entries display. ciD on the handset, then use the uP and DOWn keys to enter the list. Up to 10 entries display at a time. open the redial list reDial/Pause . scroll through the lists DOWn to scroll from newest to oldest. uP to scroll from old[...]

  • Page 16

    16 - English • Th ehomepho neb ooki sst oreds ep ar ate lyf roma nydow n lo ade dphone bo ok s. • A lls t ati onsc a nac ces st hepho neb ook s ,buton lyon est at ionc ana cc es st hephon ebo ok sata ti me . Using the Phonebook To... Press... open the phonebook [...]

  • Page 17

    English - 17 1. Pre ss Menu ont heba seo r Menu/ sele ct ont heco rd les sha nd se t a ndse lec t Bl u et oo th Se t up .Sc rol lto Do w nl o a d PB an dse lec tit . 2. T heB lue toot hi conont heL CDd is playw i l lsh owth ede v icenu mb eroft hed[...]

  • Page 18

    18 - English To... From the base... From the cordless handset... accept a page Pick up the receiver or press HOMe . Press HOMe/flasH . cancel a transfer Press intercOM/finD Hs or HOMe . Press HOMe/flasH . Call Privacy Menu T oa ct iv ateC a l lPr iv ac ymo deonac a lli npr og res s,p res s Menu ont heba se?[...]

  • Page 19

    English - 19 To... From the base, press... From a cordless handset, press... make an intercom page intercOM/finD Hs. Menu/select , then Intercom . Select the station you want to talk with or All to page all stations at the same time. cancel a page intercOM/finD Hs or hang up the corded handset. enD. answer a page HOMe or pick up the corded handset.[...]

  • Page 20

    20 - English # Whe n yo u sel ec t Voic e M ai l on t he co rdl es s han dse t , you w ill b e pr omp te d to en te r a Voice M ai l Acce ss nu mb er if y ou have n ot ye t se t one u p. I f you hav e alr ead y se t one u p, yo ur ph on e wil l dia l it . If y ou wa nt to e di t or de le te yo ur Voic e Mai l Acce ss num be r, sele c t Gl ob al Se [...]

  • Page 21

    English - 21 Personalizing the Greeting Y ou rp ers ona lou tgoi ngm es sa geor g ree ti ng c anb ef rom2to3 0se con dslon g.I fyoudon’tre cord agr ee ti ng ,t hes ys temu se sapre -rec orde dgr ee ti ng : Hel lo , no on e is a vail ab le t o ta ke yo ur c al l. Ple a s[...]

  • Page 22

    22 - English To... From the base From a handset restart this message Wait at least 5 seconds after the message starts playing, press PHOnebOOk. Press 1 (number key). replay an earlier message Within 2 seconds after a message starts playing, press PHOnebOOk. Press 1 (number key). skip a message Press ciD . Press 3 (number key). delete a message Whil[...]

  • Page 23

    English - 23 Dialing In to Your System 1. Ca l lyou rphon enum be r&wa itu nti lt hes ys tema n swe rs .(Ift hes y ste mist u rne dof f,it a nsw ersa f te r10ri ngs&s ou nd saser ie sofbe ep s.) 2. D u ri ngt h egre et i ngorb ee ps ,pre ss[...]

  • Page 24

    24 - English 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 11[...]

  • Page 25

    English - 25 Bluetooth problems Possible solutions The D1789 doesn’t ring when my cellular phone does. x Making sure your cellular phone has Bluetooth turned on. x Making sure your cellular phone is in range of the base. x Making sure the station’s ringer is not turned off. (The base doesn’t ring on cellular calls.) The D1789 paired with my p[...]

  • Page 26

    26 - English ADAP TER A ND BATTE RY IN FO RMATIO N AC adapter Base Charger Pa r tnum ber P S -0 03 4 PS- 0 035 Inp utvolt a ge 120VAC ,60H z Out pu tvolt age 7.8VAC@ 45 0m A 8VAC@ 30 0m A  x Us eon lyt hes uppl ie dACadap ter s.  x Us et hepro pera da pte rfort heba se&am[...]

  • Page 27

    English - 27 req ues tt haty oud is con nec tt hee qu ipme ntunt i l t hepro blemi sres ol ved . Ifyou rhomeha swi reda la rme quipm entcon- nec tedtoaphonel in e,besu ret hatin sta l l ingt he sy stemdo esnotd isa bleyou ral ar mequ ipment .If?[...]

  • Page 28

    28 - English se r vi cec ente rforade fec torm a lf u nc ti oncov ere d byt hi swa r ra nt y,(E)us edi na nyconju nc t ion w it hequ ipm entorp ar t sora spa r tofa nysy ste m notm anu f ac tu re dbyUni den ,or(F)i ns ta l le dor prog r a mme db[...]