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  • Page 1

    D3580 base with answering system and cordless handset Battery cover Accessory handset and charger If you purchased model number: You should have: D3580 None D3580-2 1 of each ... ... D3580-11 10 of each D3580-12 11 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 00 User ’s G[...]

  • Page 2

    2 - English Ge tt ing S tar te d ....................................... 3 Inst allin g Y ou r Phone ............................... 3 Ge tt ing t o Kn ow Y o ur Ph one ................. 5 Par ts of t he Bas e ......................................... 5 Par ts of t he Han dset ................................. 6 Read ing the D isplay ..............[...]

  • Page 3

    English - 3 GETTING STARTED Installing Your Phone Charge the Battery 1. Unpack a l l h an ds et s, bat ter y pac ks , a nd bat ter y cover s. I f you nee d to remove a cover, pres s in on t h e notc h an d sl ide t he co ver dow n a nd of f. 2. Li ne up t he b at ter y c onne c tor w it h t he jac k in side t h e ha nds et ; t he con nec tor on ly [...]

  • Page 4

    4 - English Setting Up the CellLink™ Bluetooth™ Connection Th e new D358 0 w it h Ce l lL i nk t ec hno log y c a n con nec t w it h mobi le pho nes t ha t supp or t t he Blue toot h V2 .1 ha nds f ree prof i le . ♦ If you a re n ot cer t a in of t h e prof i les s uppor t ed by you r Blu eto ot h phone or i f you have d i f f icu lt y p a ir[...]

  • Page 5

    English - 5 To test the connection 1. Pic k up t he ha nd se t fr om t he cr ad le . 2. Dia l t h e num ber you w a nt to ca l l, t h en pres s cell on t he ha nd se t. Y ou may not hea r a d ia l to ne or ri ng i ng , but t he ha nd se t d ispl ay say s T a lk . 3. Ma ke s ur e t he ca l l c onne c ts a nd you c a n hea r c lea rly. (W hen you’r[...]

  • Page 6

    6 - English Key (icon) What it does answer on/oFF ( ) x In standby: turn the answering system on and off up ( ) x In standby: increase the ringer volume. x While playing a message: increase the speaker volume. speaker ( ) x Switch a normal call to the speakerphone (and back). rev/FlasH ( ) x In a message’s first 2 seconds: go to the previous mess[...]

  • Page 7

    English - 7 Key (icon) What it does menu/select x In standby: open the menu. x In the menu or any list: select the highlighted item. cell x In standby: start a telephone call using a paired Bluetooth phone. x While a paired phone is ringing: answer the incoming call. x During a CellLink call: switch to a waiting call. cid x In standby or during a c[...]

  • Page 8

    8 - English Icon What it means The ringer is turned off and will not ring for new calls. The speakerphone is on. The handset is using ECO (power save) mode. You have a voice message waiting. T-coil mode is on (see p. 8). The battery is 1) full, 2) half charged, 3) getting low or 4) empty. P Privacy Mode is on: no other handset can join the call. 1 [...]

  • Page 9

    English - 9 HD Audio Menu (O-Hook Menu Only) Th i s menu let s you t u rn h ig h- def i n it ion aud io on a nd of f for t he c a l l you a re on. W hen you e nd t he ca l l ( go on-hoo k), HD aud io de fau lt s to of f. I f you put you r c a l l on hold , t he HD au di o set t i ng do es not c ha nge . Bluetooth Setup Menu Use t he Bl ue too th[...]

  • Page 10

    10 - English Answering Setup Menu Refe r to pa ge 20 for d et ai l s on se t ti ng up y our a n swer i ng s ys tem . Date & Time Menu Use t h is menu t o set t h e clo ck . Ente r t he da te a nd t ime (M M /DD/ Y Y); s ele ct A M or PM . Use cid to move t he c u rsor p as t a d ig it w it hout ch an gi ng i t. I f you have C ID ser v ice , you[...]

  • Page 11

    English - 11 USING YOUR PHONE Th i s sec t ion e xpl a in s t he mos t com mon f u nc tion s on t he phone . To... From the land line From the CellLink make a call: dial the number, then Press Home/FlasH or speaker. Press cell*. answer a call Press Home/FlasH or speaker . You can also set your phone to answer when you press any key ( Handset Setup/[...]

  • Page 12

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

  • Page 13

    English - 13 If... Then... the handset is in Talk mode and moves out of range the outside line is put on Hold for 30 seconds and then dropped. The LCD alternately displays Out of Range and Check Base Power . the handset and base are in standby mode and the handset does not get a signal from the base for 5 seconds the LCD alternately displays Out of[...]

  • Page 14

    14 - English To… Press... dial the highlighted number Home/FlasH or cell. If you have more than one cellular phone paired, the phone prompts you to choose one. Select the phone you want and press menu/select . review current CID record details menu/select . add other digits and codes to the CID number x # once to add an area code. x * once to add[...]

  • Page 15

    English - 15 3. Se lec t t he ce l lul a r phone you w ant t o dow nlo ad f rom , th en se lec t Do w nl o a d PB . W hen dow n loa di ng i s compl ete , t he cord le ss h a nds et d is play s a con f i rm ati on sc reen . T o c a ncel dow n lo ad in g, pre ss end . ♦ Ea ch t i me you dow n load a p honeb ook , t he D3580 ove r w rit es a ny pre [...]

  • Page 16

    16 - English ♦ If you n eed t h e phone to w ait b efore s end i ng t he ne xt s et of d i git s , pres s redi al / pause to i nse r t a 2-s eco nd paus e. Y ou ca n i ns er t mu lt iple pau se s, but e ac h one cou nts a s a d ig it (you’ l l se e P in t h e di spl ay) . ♦ T o ed it t he n am e, pre ss pHon ebo ok to move t he c u rsor b ack[...]

  • Page 17

    English - 17 num ber s on t he ca l l bl ock l i st . If t he phon e num ber i s on t he li st , t he phone r epla ce s t he ca l le r's nam e w it h Ca l l B l oc k ed a nd bloc k s t he ca l l . # Y o u can r eje ct a n inc omi ng ca ll fr om Ce llLi nk di re ct ly ; pre ss delet e on t he bas e. Th e ca l l blo ck l is t hold s 20 ent r ies[...]

  • Page 18

    18 - English ♦ Ha nd set s t hat a re n’ t reg i ste red d is play a Not R eg is te red me ss age . For re gi st r ati on in st r uc t ions , se e pag e 25, or se e t he ac ce ss or y ha nd se t ma nua l . ♦ If a h an ds et wa s e ver reg i ste red to a b as e, you mu st re se t it be fore it c an r eg is ter to a new b as e; s ee pa ge 25, o[...]

  • Page 19

    English - 19 ♦ If a n out side c a l l com es i n du ri ng a n i nterc om ca l l, pr es s Hom e/ Fla sH or cell , dep end i ng on wh ich l i ne is r i ng i ng , to ha ng up t he i nte rcom c a l l and a n swer t h e outs ide c a l l. To... Press... make an intercom page intercom/clear . Select the handset you want to talk with, or ALL to page all[...]

  • Page 20

    20 - English USING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM # The a nswe rin g sys te m work s w ith l and -l ine c all s onl y. Answering System Options ( Answering Setup ) Y ou c a n set or c ha nge t h e an swer i ng s ys tem opt ion s f rom a ny ha nd set . Jus t ope n t he menu a nd se lec t An s we r i ng S e t up . Select this option... To... Security Code Ente[...]

  • Page 21

    English - 21 To... Follow these steps: switch between greetings 1. Open the menu with the phone in standby. Select Answering Setup , then Greeting Options . 2. The system plays back the current greeting. Press menu/select to switch greetings. delete your greeting Switch to your personal greeting, then press intercom/clear while the greeting is play[...]

  • Page 22

    22 - English To... From the base From a handset delete a message While a message is playing, press delete . While a message is playing, select 4 (number key). delete all messages With the phone in standby, press delete ; press delete again to confirm. Not available. play old messages After the system plays all new messages, press play/stop again. s[...]

  • Page 23

    English - 23 3. Th e sy ste m an nou nc es t he t i me, t he nu mb er of me ss age s i n memor y, and a he lp prompt . It bee ps to le t you k now it 's wa iti ng fo r a com ma nd . 4. W hen you he a r be epi ng , enter a 2 -d ig it com m and f r om t he cha r t . # If yo u don' t p res s any keys f or 15 se cond s, t he sys tem h ang s u[...]

  • Page 24

    24 - English Caller ID problems Possible solutions Caller ID displays briefly and then clears. x You may have to change the line mode. Contact Customer Service for instructions. Multi-handset problems Possible solutions I can’t transfer calls. x Reset the handset (see page 25). Two handsets can’t talk to a caller. x See if any handset is in Pri[...]

  • Page 25

    English - 25 Bluetooth problems Possible solutions The D3580 paired with my phone, but I can’t hear anything through the handset. x Adjusting the handset volume. x Setting your cellular phone to transfer the audio to a Bluetooth device. Check your phone’s manual for instructions on Bluetooth setup and options. x Erase the Bluetooth pairing and [...]

  • Page 26

    26 - English 2. W a it u nt i l t he d ispl ay say s Re g i st ra ti o n C om pl e te ( abou t 30 se cond s ), t hen pic k up t he ha nd se t; pres s Hom e/ Fla sH . 3. If you d on’t hear a d i a l tone or t he di spl ay say s Re g i st ra ti o n Fa il e d , cha r ge t he bat ter y comple tel y , t h en tr y aga i n. Adap ter a nd Ba tte r y Inf [...]

  • Page 27

    English - 27 equ ipm ent , ope rat io ns or pr oc edu re s th at co ul d a ec t t he op er at ion of t he e qu ipme nt. I f t hi s hap - pen s t he te lep hone c ompa ny w i l l prov id e adv a nce not ic e in or der fo r you to m a ke ne ce ss a r y mod i - ca tio ns to m a int a in u n int er r upte d se r v ice . Ple as e fol low i ns tr u[...]

  • Page 28

    28 - English 1- Y e ar Li mite d Warran ty Evi de nce o f ori gin al p urc has e is r eq uir ed f or war ran ty s er vi ce. W A R R A N TOR : U N IDE N A ME R ICA C OR PO - R ATION ( "Un ide n") EL EM E NT S OF W AR R AN T Y: Unide n wa rr a nts , for one y ea r, to t he or ig in a l ret a i l own er, th is Unid en P rodu ct t o be f re e[...]