Uniden DCT 748 manual


Go to page of

A good user manual

The rules should oblige the seller to give the purchaser an operating instrucion of Uniden DCT 748, along with an item. The lack of an instruction or false information given to customer shall constitute grounds to apply for a complaint because of nonconformity of goods with the contract. In accordance with the law, a customer can receive an instruction in non-paper form; lately graphic and electronic forms of the manuals, as well as instructional videos have been majorly used. A necessary precondition for this is the unmistakable, legible character of an instruction.

What is an instruction?

The term originates from the Latin word „instructio”, which means organizing. Therefore, in an instruction of Uniden DCT 748 one could find a process description. An instruction's purpose is to teach, to ease the start-up and an item's use or performance of certain activities. An instruction is a compilation of information about an item/a service, it is a clue.

Unfortunately, only a few customers devote their time to read an instruction of Uniden DCT 748. A good user manual introduces us to a number of additional functionalities of the purchased item, and also helps us to avoid the formation of most of the defects.

What should a perfect user manual contain?

First and foremost, an user manual of Uniden DCT 748 should contain:
- informations concerning technical data of Uniden DCT 748
- name of the manufacturer and a year of construction of the Uniden DCT 748 item
- rules of operation, control and maintenance of the Uniden DCT 748 item
- safety signs and mark certificates which confirm compatibility with appropriate standards

Why don't we read the manuals?

Usually it results from the lack of time and certainty about functionalities of purchased items. Unfortunately, networking and start-up of Uniden DCT 748 alone are not enough. An instruction contains a number of clues concerning respective functionalities, safety rules, maintenance methods (what means should be used), eventual defects of Uniden DCT 748, and methods of problem resolution. Eventually, when one still can't find the answer to his problems, he will be directed to the Uniden service. Lately animated manuals and instructional videos are quite popular among customers. These kinds of user manuals are effective; they assure that a customer will familiarize himself with the whole material, and won't skip complicated, technical information of Uniden DCT 748.

Why one should read the manuals?

It is mostly in the manuals where we will find the details concerning construction and possibility of the Uniden DCT 748 item, and its use of respective accessory, as well as information concerning all the functions and facilities.

After a successful purchase of an item one should find a moment and get to know with every part of an instruction. Currently the manuals are carefully prearranged and translated, so they could be fully understood by its users. The manuals will serve as an informational aid.

Table of contents for the manual

  • Page 1


  • Page 2

    [1] www.uniden.com W ELCOME/F EATURES 2 T ERMINOLOGY 3 CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 4 DISPLAY AND ICONS 6 GETTING ST ARTED 7 Setting up the Phon e 7 Expanding Y our Phone 12 Register th e Handset 14 Changin g the Digital Security Code 15 Installing th e Beltclip 15 Optional H eadset Installation 15 Mai n Me nu O p tio ns 16 Setting Menu Option s 17 BAS[...]

  • Page 3

    WELCOME/FEATURES/TE RMINOLOGY [2] www.uniden.com Congr a tulati ons on your pur chase o f the U ni den M ulti-H andse t Cordless T elephon e System! This unit is differ en t fr om conven tion al cordless teleph on es. Wh en th e base unit is conn ected to AC power and a te lephon e lin e , it can support up to four han dsets . Y ou can now pla ce a[...]

  • Page 4

    [3] WELCOME/FEATURES/TERMINO LOGY www.uniden.com This series features AutoTalk  and A utoSt andb y  . AutoT alk allo ws you to answer a call by just removin g the han dset fr om the cr adle so you d on't have to waste time pushin g button s. A utoStan dby allows you to hang up by simply returnin g th e handset to the cr adle . T o protec[...]

  • Page 5

    CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS [4] www.uniden.com Controls & Functions 1.Handset An tenna 2.Headset Jack Cover 3.Beltclip Hole 4.Spea kerph one Speak er and Ring er 5.Handset Battery Compartm ent 6.New Mess age LED 7.Handset Earpi ece 8.LC D Display 9. (rin g)/ vol (volume) and ∧ / ∨ ( P. 3 0 & 1 7 ) a.ring er and volum e contr ol b . scroll [...]

  • Page 6

    [5] CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS www.uniden.com 27 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 24 25 35 34 36 23 23. Base Spea ker 24. charg e LED 25. in use LED 26. Base antenn a 27. New M essag e LED 28. (play/stop) (p.54) 29. find hs / (skip) (p.34 & 55) 30. (rep eat)(p.55) 31. ∅ (delete)(p.56) 32. volume/ (rin g)/ (speaker) (p.30) 33. answer/on off LED (p.58) 34. B[...]

  • Page 7

    DISPLAY AND ICONS [6] www.uniden.com Display and Icons Example of th e standby m ode display ICON ST A TUS DESCRIPTION Standby/T alk Battery icons in dicate th e han dset battery st atus. This i con cycles d ependin g on the battery status (full, medium, low , and empty). Standby Ringer o ff icon in dicates that rin ger is turn ed off. Ta l k Mut e[...]

  • Page 8

    [7] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting up the Phone Do the following steps: A. Ch oose the best location B . Install the r echarg eable battery pack into the handset C. Conn ect th e base unit an d char ge th e han dset D. M oun t the base unit on a w all A. Choose the best location Be fore cho os ing a loc a tio n fo r y ou r ne w p hone, re a[...]

  • Page 9

    GETTING STARTED [8] www.uniden.com B . Install the r echargeable battery pack into the handset The h andset is po wered by a rech arg eable battery p ack. The batte ry rechar ges automati cally when th e han dset is placed in the base unit. 1) Press d own on the han dset battery case cover (use th e fing er ind en tion f or a better grip) and sli d[...]

  • Page 10

    [9] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com C. Connect the base un it and char ge the handset 1) Connec t the A C adapter to th e DC IN 9V jack and to a stand ard 120V AC w all outlet. Note : • Connect th e AC ad apter to a contin uous power supply (i.e ., an outlet that is not con tr olled by a switch). • Place the base unit close to th e AC outlet to [...]

  • Page 11

    GETTING S TARTED [10] www.uniden.com D. Mount the Base Unit on a W all Standard w all plate mounting This ph one can be m oun ted on an y stan dar d wall plate . 1) Plug the A C ad apter into th e DC IN 9V jack. Wrap the A C ad apter cor d insi d e the m old ed wiring chann el as sh own. 2) Plug th e A C adapte r into a stand ar d 120V A C w all ou[...]

  • Page 12

    [11] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Direct w all mounting If you do n't have a stan d ard w all plate , you can moun t your ph on e dir ectly to th e wall. Befor e doing thi s, con s i der th e f ollowin g: • Avoi d electri cal cables, pipes , or oth er items behin d the m ount ing locati on that could cause a hazar d wh en inser ting scr e [...]

  • Page 13

    GETTING S TARTED [12] www.uniden.com Expanding Y our Phone Four Handset Expandability Y our phon e supports up to four handsets , inclu din g any han dsets suppli ed with your phon e . Y ou can now place a fully-featured cordless han dset an ywher e AC power is available to con nect th e han dset char g er . H a n d s e t s c a n b e u s e d i n D [...]

  • Page 14

    [13] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Connect the expansion handset's char ger The han dset is power ed by a rechar g eable battery pack. Th e battery rechar ges automati cally when th e handset is placed in the char ger . 1) Conn ect the A C ad apter to th e DC IN 9V jack an d to a stand ard 120V AC w all outlet. 2) Set the char ger on a d esk [...]

  • Page 15

    GETTING S TARTED [14] www.uniden.com Register the Handset If you purchase an e xpan sion han dset, you need to r egister th e handset bef ore use . Only one handset can be re gister ed at a tim e . Han dsets supplied with the ph one are r egistered to th e base by the f actory . When charg ed, pr e-register ed handsets display a handset ID n umber [...]

  • Page 16

    [15] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Changing the Digital Security Code The di gital security cod e is an id entifi ca ti on code used to connect th e han dset and the base unit. Norm ally , setting the cod e is n ot necess ary . In the r are situ ati on that you suspect an othe r cordless teleph one is using th e s ame security co de , you can chan[...]

  • Page 17

    GETTING S TARTED [16] www.uniden.com Main Menu Options Y our phon e has fou r main m en u option s: DirectLink Mode , Room/Baby Monitor , Handset Setup, Global Setup , an d Answ ering Setup a s well as subm enu option s. Default Settings The d efault settin gs set fr om th e factory match th e features that most people use . Y ou may not n eed to c[...]

  • Page 18

    [17] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting Menu Optio ns Using the interf ace Below ar e some tips f or using th e softw ar e in terface on your ph on e . • Press menu/clear to access th e main m enu. • Use /v ol/ ∧ or /vol / ∨ to scroll through opti on s. • Press select/ /audio tone to mak e a selection. • Press menu/clear to cancel s[...]

  • Page 19

    GETTING S TARTED [18] www.uniden.com Handset Setup The f ollowing subm enu op tion s mu st be set separ ately fo r each han dset. Selecting a Ringer T one Ring er tone lets you choose fr om 10 melodies or 10 ring er tones . Y ou must set a separ ate ring er tone on each han dset. - M elodies (Beethoven's Sympho ny #9 [Beethoven9], For Elise [E[...]

  • Page 20

    [19] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Distinctive Rin ger Setup Distinctive Rin ger allows you to assi gn a d esign ated rin g tone to a stor ed phon ebook number . When a call is r eceived and the Caller ID inf ormati on match es the inf ormatio n in on e of the ph onebook m emory entri es , th e ph one uses the distinctive rin g assi gn ed to that [...]

  • Page 21

    GETTING S TARTED [20] www.uniden.com Setting An yke y Answ er Anyk ey Answer allows you to answer th e phone by pressin g any number key , * /tone/ or #/ on the handset. 1) Pr e ss menu/clear . Select the Han dset Setup men u, and th en th e Anyk ey An swer submen u. 2) Pres s /v ol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to select On or Off . 3) Pre ss select/ /audio t[...]

  • Page 22

    [21] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Selecting a Language Y ou can ch ang e the lan guage th e men u display will use. Ch oose from English, Fr ench, or Spanish. 1) Press menu/clea r . Select the H an dset Setup menu, and th en the Lan guag e subm enu. 2) Press /vol/ ∧ or /v ol/ ∨ to choose English , Fran ユ ais (French), or Espa テ ol (Spanis[...]

  • Page 23

    GETTING S TARTED [22] www.uniden.com Global Setup If you chan ge on e o f th e global settin gs , you chan ge that settin g for all re gistered handsets . Only on e handset can chan ge global settin gs at a tim e. Setting Day and Time Day & Time sets the d ay and tim e of your display . 1) Pre ss menu/clear . Select the Global Setup menu, and t[...]

  • Page 24

    [23] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting Caller ID on C all W aiting (CIDCW) Caller ID on C all W aiting (CIDCW) displays th e n ame an d number o f an in comin g call while you are on the line . Call W aiting Delux e (CWDX) all ows you to handle call waiti ng call s in seven differ ent wa ys. Se e page 44 fo r instru cti ons o n using call wait[...]

  • Page 25

    GETTING S TARTED [24] www.uniden.com Setting the Dial Mode Dial Mod e sets the dial m ode to tone or pulse . Most ph one systems use tone di aling; the d efault settin g is tone di aling. Se t th e dialin g mod e to match th e dialin g system used by yo ur local phone servi ce . • If you are not sure o f your dialing system, m ake a tri al call. [...]

  • Page 26

    [25] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Sy stem Reset De-register the Handset 1) Press an d hold end an d #/ for more th a n 5 seconds . Select the Der egister HS subm en u. 2) Press /vol / ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to select th e handset ID to be de-register ed from the list, an d then pr ess select/ /audio tone . Deregister HS appears . 3) Pres s /vol/ ∧ or[...]

  • Page 27

    BASICS [26] www.uniden.com Using Y our Phone Making and Receiving Calls Making a call From the handset 1) Remove th e handset fr om the char ging cradle . 2) Pre ss t alk/flash . 3) Listen f or the di al ton e . 4) Dial th e number . OR 1) Remove th e handset fr om the char ging cradle . 2) Dial th e number . If pause is r equir ed in the di alin g[...]

  • Page 28

    [27] BASICS www.uniden.com Receiving a call 1) Remove th e han dset from the char gin g cradle . (If AutoT alk is on, the phon e will automati cally answer th e call wh en you pi ck it up.) 2) Press t alk/flash . OR If the han dset is o ff the char ging cr adle , press talk/flash . If An y Key An swer is on, you can also press any n umber key . Han[...]

  • Page 29

    BASICS [28] www.uniden.com Call W aiting If you have Call W aiting service an d a call waiting tone so unds while you ar e on a call, press t alk/flash on the han dset to accept the waitin g call. Ther e is a short pause , an d th en you will hear the n ew caller . T o return to th e origin al caller , press ta lk /f l as h again. Placing a Call on[...]

  • Page 30

    [29] BASICS www.uniden.com Redialing a Call Y ou can qui ckly r edia l the last thre e pho ne n umbers fr om the han dset. Redialing fr om Standb y Mode 1) With the phon e in stan dby m od e , pr ess pause/r edial . 2) Press pau se/redial or /vo l/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to scroll through th e last three number dialed . 3) Press t alk/flash or to dial th[...]

  • Page 31

    BASICS [30] www.uniden.com Adjusting the Ringer , Earpiece and Speaker Vo l u m e Ringer v olume Y our p hon e provid es three ring er volume option s (off, low , or hi gh) on the han dset and four op tion s (off, low , medium, or high) on the base . With the phon e in standby mod e , pr ess /vol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ on the han dset or vol um e/ / on [...]

  • Page 32

    [31] BASICS www.uniden.com Audio T ones The audi o ton e featur es pr ovid e thr ee differ en t tone levels. If you have diffi culty hearing a caller , press select/ /audio tone . The def a ult setting, N atural T one , is recomm en ded f or hearing ai d users. Mute Microphone Y ou can temporar ily mute th e mi cro phon e so that th e caller cann o[...]

  • Page 33

    BASICS [32] www.uniden.com T one Dialing Switch-over If your teleph one company requir es pulse diali ng, you can switch-over to tone di aling af ter the call connect s. This feature is useful when you n eed tone di aling to use any automa ted men u system s , such as te leph one bank te llers, telephone pr escription refills, custom er support men[...]

  • Page 34

    [33] BASICS www.uniden.com Clarity Booster If you en counter interfe ren ce while usin g your phon e , you can m anu ally impr ove the sound by settin g the Clarity Booster to on. This w ork s only when the phone is in use . 1) While on a cal l, pr ess menu/clear . 2) Pr ess /vol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to m ove the pointer to Clarity Boost , and th en s[...]

  • Page 35

    BASICS [34] www.uniden.com Conferencing If you have more than one han dset, up to three people can participate in a conferen ce call. A three-way confer ence ca ll con sists o f an out sid e line an d two handsets . Y ou can easily join a call alread y in pr ogr ess. 1) Pre ss t alk/flash or on the han dset to join the call. 2) T o hang up, r eturn[...]

  • Page 36

    [35] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Setting up the Phonebook Y ou can store n ames an d numbers in your phone’s ph onebook, search for n ames alphabeti cally , and di al ph on ebook en tri es with j ust a few k ey pre sses. P hon ebook mem ory is stor ed in depen d ently in th e cordless handsets . Y ou can stor e up to 100 num be rs in e ach ha nd se [...]

  • Page 37

    PHONEBOOK [36] www.uniden.com 4) Enter th e n ame (up to 16 char acters) by using the n umber k eypad. If a nam e is not r e quir ed , go to step 5 <N o Na me> wi ll be used as the nam e . Refer to the letters on th e number keys to select th e desir ed characters . With each pr ess o f a n umber k ey ( 0 - 9 ), the displa yed chara cter appe[...]

  • Page 38

    [37] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com 5) Press sel ect/ /audio tone to stor e the nam e; Store/Edit No. appears . 6) Use the n umber keypad, * /tone/ , or #/ to en ter the phon e nu mber (up to 20 digits). T o in sert a 2- second pause in the di aling sequence , press pause/r edial . If you make an err or , use menu/clear to erase th e incorr ect digits . [...]

  • Page 39

    PHONEBOOK [38] www.uniden.com 9) Pre ss select/ /audio t one . Y ou will h ear a confirm ation tone , and Done! appears in the display . Storing Caller ID Messages in the Phonebook Mess ages shown in th e Caller ID list (see page 45) can be stored in the phon ebook. The p hon e number an d n am e of th e party on the Caller ID list can be stor ed i[...]

  • Page 40

    [39] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com V iewing the Phonebook 1) Press . 2) Pres s /v ol/ ∧ or /v ol/ ∨ to select Dial/Edit , and then pr ess select/ /audio ton e . 3) Press /vol / ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to scr oll through the ph onebook locations . Phon ebook locatio ns appe ar in alphabeti cal orde r (from first to last wh en you press /vol / ∨ , from las[...]

  • Page 41

    PHONEBOOK [40] www.uniden.com Making Calls Using the Phonebook 1) When th e phon e is in stan dby m ode , view th e phon ebook locati on to di al (see "Vi ewing th e Phon ebook" on p age 39). 2) Pre ss t alk/flash or . 3) T o hang up pr ess end . From T alk Mode 1) Pre ss t alk/flash or . 2) View th e phonebo ok location t o dia l (see &q[...]

  • Page 42

    [41] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Editing or Erasing a Stored Name, Phone Number , Distinctive Ring and Speed Dial 1) When th e phon e is in stan dby m ode , press . T o delete all phonebook locations , press /vol/ ∧ or /vol / ∨ to select Delete Al l , and pr ess select/ / audio to ne . Delete Al l? appears . U se /vol / ∧ or / vol / ∨ to selec[...]

  • Page 43

    PHONEBOOK [42] www.uniden.com Copying Phonebook Locations If you have more than one han dset, you can tran sfer stored ph onebook location s from on e han dset to an other with out ha vi ng t o manua ll y re -e nte r na mes and number s. Y ou can tran sfer on e ph oneb ook m emor y locati on at a tim e or al l me mory location s at once . 1) When t[...]

  • Page 44

    [43] CALLER ID www.uniden.com Caller ID and CIDCW (Caller ID on Call W aiting) Y ou must subscrib e to Caller ID ser vices thr ough your local teleph one pr ovider to use these features. When th e telephone rin gs, th e Caller ID feature allows you to view th e caller’s nam e , phon e numbe r , d ate and time o f call. With CIDCW (Caller ID on Ca[...]

  • Page 45

    CALLER ID [44] www.uniden.com Y ou may receive any one o f the f ollowing messag es: When a private n ame is r eceived : Private N ame When a private n umber is received : Private N umber When a unkn own nam e is received : Unknown N ame When a unkn own number is r eceived : Unknown N umber When invali d da ta is received : Incomplet e Data Data er[...]

  • Page 46

    [45] CALLER ID www.uniden.com For ward C al l - The caller is sen t to your voi ce mail bo x, if available . Answer/Dr op 1 - D i s c o n n e c t s t h e f i r s t c a l l , a n d c o n n e c t s t o t h e new c al le r . Confer ence - St ar ts a c on fe renc e c a ll wi th yo ur fi rs t a nd s ec ond callers . Drop Fir st/Dr op Last - During a con[...]

  • Page 47

    CALLER ID [46] www.uniden.com Once you view th e Caller ID list with alph abetical sear ch, you cannot switch back to histori cal ord er unless you e xit and r e-en ter the operati on. 3) T o finish the vi ewin g oper ation , press end (or cid du ri ng a c al l) . Deleting Information fr om the Caller ID List 1) When th e phon e is in stan dby m od[...]

  • Page 48

    [47] CALLER ID www.uniden.com Calling a P arty fr om the Caller ID List 1) When th e phon e is in standby m ode , sele ct the Caller ID mess ag e (see "Viewin g the Caller ID List" on pag e 45). 2) T o add a "1" to fron t o f th e displayed Ca ller ID number , press * /to ne/ . T o delete a " 1 " from th e fron t of th[...]

  • Page 49

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [48] www.uniden.com The Integrated T elephone Answering Device The phon e has a built-in answerin g system th at answe rs and r ecor ds incom ing calls . Y ou can also use your an swerin g system to r ecor d a convers ati on, leave a voic e mem o messag e , or announ ce a special outgoing m essag e to calle[...]

  • Page 50

    [49] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com Answering Sy stem Setup This main menu option allows you to set up the built in answerin g devi ce from th e handset. Setting a Security Code Security cod e allows yo u to set a two-digit security cod e so you can play your mess ages fr om a rem ote location. 1) Press menu/clea r . Sele[...]

  • Page 51

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [50] www.uniden.com Setting the Recor d Time Record Tim e sets the d ur ation f or r ecordin g the in coming mess ages . Y ou have three recor d time opti ons . The opti ons "on e minute" or "f our minutes" set th e d urati on for r ecor ding th e in coming m ess ages . "Ann oun ce [...]

  • Page 52

    [51] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com Setting the Language o f your Answ ering Sy stem Langu age allows you to set th e langu age o f your answerin g system announ cemen ts to English, Fren ch, or Spanish. 1) Press menu/clear . Select th e An sw . Setup m en u opti on, and th en the Lan guag e subm enu. 2) Pr ess /vol/ ∧ [...]

  • Page 53

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [52] www.uniden.com Turning the Answering System On/Off Y ou can turn the An swerin g System On/Off fr om Answ . Setup menu. 1) Pre ss menu/clear . Select the Answ . Setup menu and then th e Answer Setup subm enu. 2) Pre ss /vol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to select On or Off . 3) Pre ss select/ /audio t one . Y ou w[...]

  • Page 54

    [53] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com Selecting Y our Greeting The ph one allows you to ch oose between th e two outg oing mess ag es, a prer ecor d ed messag e or your own greeting. 1) With the phon e in stan dby m od e , pr ess select/ /audio tone . 2) During the annou cemen t "T o recor d memo m essag e , press seve[...]

  • Page 55

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [54] www.uniden.com Using Y our Answering System The n ew mess ag e LED on th e handset an d base blink wh en you have new m essag es in your answerin g system. The LED stops flashing wh en all new mess ag es are played back. The an swering system is d esign ed to play your ne w mess ages first. After you p[...]

  • Page 56

    [55] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com Repeating a message 1) Press to revi ew your messag es . 2) T o repeat the curr ent m essag e , press after a few seconds of beginning th e mess age . T o quic kly scroll backw ards thr ough a mess age , press and h old . T o repea t the prev ious m ess ag e , pr ess wi thin a few secon[...]

  • Page 57

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [56] www.uniden.com Deleting a message T o maintain m axim um recor d time , delete th e old mess ages . Wh en you press ∅ , you are perm anently d eleting th e m essage . Once deleted , the m essag e cannot be replayed or retrieved. 1) Pres s to review your m ess ages . 2) Pre ss ∅ at an ytime durin g [...]

  • Page 58

    [57] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com Recording a conv ersation Y ou can record a convers ation fr om the handset (m ore than two seconds and less than ten minutes). 1) During a co nversati on, pr ess menu/clear . 2) Press /vol / ∧ or /v ol/ ∨ to select Call Record , and th en pr ess select/ /audio tone . Recording a Ca[...]

  • Page 59

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [58] www.uniden.com Remote Operation Y ou can check, play , or delete mess ages , fr om a remo te location (when you ar e away from h om e , or fr om anoth er room usin g a hand set). Ad diti onall y , you r ecord , select, or delete your own greeting mess age . •I f y o u p r e s s end before th e answer[...]

  • Page 60

    [59] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com If you have any incommin g mess age , the answerin g system start playing the messag e . T otal number of m essages an d the messag e number appears. The time and d ay that each messag e w as received is ann ounced after the m essag e is played . T o stop the operation an d proceed to a[...]

  • Page 61

    THE INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE [60] www.uniden.com Vo i c e M e m o The voi ce mem o function allows you to recor d mess ages (m ore than two secon ds and less than four min utes). The voice m emo m essag es are r ecord ed as an incoming messag es. 1) With the phon e in stan dby m ode , press select/ /audio tone . 2) During th e ann ouce[...]

  • Page 62

    [61] THE INTEGRATED TELEPHO NE ANSWERING DEVICE www.uniden.com * For th e Repeat a M essag e functi on, pre ss 0 then 1 within about four secon ds to repeat the pr evious mess age , or press 0 then 1 after ab out four secon ds to r epeat the curr ent m essag e . ** For Mem o Record an d Gr eeting M essag e Re cord fun cti on, the first time you ent[...]

  • Page 63

    MULTI-HANDSET FEATURES [62] www.uniden.com Multi-Handset F eatures The features in this secti on requir e a minimum of two handsets to operate . T o add additi onal han dsets to your system, see "Expandi ng Y our Pho ne" on pag e 12. Using DirectLink Mode In DirectLink M ode , a pair of han dsets can function as two-w ay radi os. Y ou can[...]

  • Page 64

    [63] MULTI-HANDSET FEATURES www.uniden.com DirectLink call 1) When th e phon e is in Dir ectLink standb y mod e , press talk/flash (e xample o f DirectLink f rom han dset #1). 2) Select the han dset to which you wish to DirectLink with by pressing the n umber keys ( 1-4 ). Y our handset will then page th e other handset. 3) On the r eceivin g han d[...]

  • Page 65

    MULTI-HANDSET FEATURES [64] www.uniden.com Intercom The i nter com feat ure lets you commu nicate wi th anoth er handset with out usin g th e pho ne lin e . Making an Intercom P age 1) With the phon e in stan dby m ode , press ho ld/transfer/int’com. 2) Use /v ol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to select th e handset you wan t to talk with, and th en press sel[...]

  • Page 66

    [65] MULTI-HANDSET FEATURES www.uniden.com Call Tr ansfer Featur e The call tr ansfer feature allows you to tr an sfer a call between two handsets. 1) Durin g a call, pr ess hold/tr ansfer/int’com . 2) Use /vol/ ∧ or /vol/ ∨ to select th e handset you wan t to tr ansfer t he call to, th en press select/ /audio tone . The call will au tomati c[...]

  • Page 67

    MULTI-HANDSET FEATURES [66] www.uniden.com Room/Baby Monitor This feature allows you to monitor sounds in another r oom. Place a handset in the r oom you wish to monitor; it will functi on as a mic rop hone. A se co nd h and se t c an be se t t o function as a r emote speaker , allowing you to monitor sounds i n the r oom. Using Room/Baby Monitor 1[...]

  • Page 68

    [67] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Note on P ower Sources P ow er Failure During th e peri od that th e power is of f you wi ll not be able to mak e or receive calls with the telephon e . Battery repl acement and handling When th e operatin g time becomes sh ort, even after the battery is r echarg ed, please replace the battery . With norm [...]

  • Page 69

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [68] www.uniden.com Low battery alert When th e battery pack is very low , the ph on e is prog ramm ed to elimin ate fun c ti ons in order to save power . The battery pack needs to b e charged when: - The em pty battery icon appears . - Low Batter y appears in the display . If the ph on e is in stan dby m ode , non e of k eys[...]

  • Page 70

    [69] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com General Information The phon e complies with FCC P arts 15 and 68. Op eratin g temperatur e: 0 °C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +122 °F) AC Ad a pt er In fo rm at i on AC A dapter par t number: AD-80 0 AD-0005 for th e charg er (DCT748-2 only) Input V oltag e: 120V A C 60Hz 120V AC 60Hz Output V oltage: 9V DC 3[...]

  • Page 71

    TROUBLESHOOTING [70] www.uniden.com Troubleshooting If your phone is n ot performin g to your expectation s, please try these simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The charge LED won't illuminate when th e han dset is placed in the c radle . • Mak e sure th e AC ad apter is plugged into th e base or the charg er (if you have mor e than one [...]

  • Page 72

    [71] TROUBLESHOOTING www.uniden.com The Caller ID d oes not display . • The call was placed thr ough a switchboar d. • Call your local teleph one comp any to verify your Caller ID servi ce is curren t. Ther e may be a problem with your Caller ID service. Y ou cannot register th e handset at the base. • Charg e the battery pack f or 15-20 hour[...]

  • Page 73

    TROUBLESHOOTING [72] www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moistur e and liqui d can dam age yo ur cordless ph one . In case of acci den tal subm ersion, please r ead the f ollowing steps . Case Action If the handset or base is exposed to moistur e or liquid , but only affects the exteri or plasti c housin g. Wipe off th e liqui d, an d use as norm al. If m[...]

  • Page 74

    [73] PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY www.uniden.com PRECAUTIONS & W ARRANTY Precautions! Befor e you r ead any thing el se, please obs erve the followi ng: War n i n g! Uniden America Corporation DOES NO T represent this unit to be waterp roof . T o r educ e the risk of fire , elec trical shock , or dam age to the unit, DO NOT e xpose this unit to r[...]

  • Page 75

    PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY [74] www.uniden.com line . Also, th e teleph one compan y may m ake chan ges in f aciliti es and servic es whic h may affe ct th e operati on o f your unit. Howev er , your telephone company must give adequate no tice in writing prior to such action s to allow you time f or maki ng nec essary ar rang emen ts to con tin ue[...]

  • Page 76

    [75] I.C. NOTICE www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipm ent m eets the appli cable Industry Can a da T erminal Equipm ent T echnical Specificati ons . This is confirmed by th e registr a ti on number . The ab brevi ation, I C, befor e the registr ation n umber sig nifies that registr ati on was perf ormed based on a Decl[...]

  • Page 77

    INDEX [76] www.uniden.com Index A Announ ce only feature . . . . . . . . . 53 Answering system Deleting a messag e . . . . . . . . . 56 Playing your mess ages . . . . . . . 54 Recordin g a conversati on . . . . . 57 Remote access . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Repeating a m essage . . . . . . . . 55 Skipping a mess age . . . . . . . . . 55 T urning O[...]

  • Page 78

    [77] MEMORY LIST www.uniden.com Name Phone No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Name Phone No . 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99[...]

  • Page 79

    [78] www.uniden.com Memo UP720.book Page 78 Tuesday , July 6, 2004 10:55 AM[...]

  • Page 80

    [79] www.uniden.com Memo UP720.book Page 79 Tuesday , July 6, 2004 10:55 AM[...]

  • Page 81

    REMOTE OPERATION CARD [80] www.uniden.com Remote Operation Card CUT REMOTE OPERA TION CARD Remote access away fr om home 1. Call your phon e number from a touch-tone ph one . 2. During th e outgoing m essage , press 0 and en ter your PIN code . The answerin g system announces the number o f messages stor ed in memory an d the voice pr ompts. 3. T o[...]

  • Page 82

    [81] REMOTE OPERATION CARD www.uniden.com CUT T ask Key Repeat a Messag e Playing in coming M essages Skipping a M essage Deleting a M essage Stop Operati on Answerin g System On Mem o Record/Stop Greetin g Messag e Record/Stop Answer System Off Help Gui dan ce CUT T ask Key Repeat a Messag e Playing in coming M essages Skipping a M essage Deleting[...]

  • Page 83

    At Uniden, w e'll tak e car e of you! If you need an y assistance with this prod u ct, please call our Customer H otline at 1-800-297-1023 PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE PLA CE OF PURCHASE. Our Uni den repr esentatives will be happ y to help you with an y matters r egardin g the o perat ion o f this unit, avai lable a ccessori es, or[...]

  • Page 84

    UPZZ01343ZZ THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT . ©2004 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[...]