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    DECT2035 DECT2035+1 DECT2035+2 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb i DECT 2035+1 OM.indb i 15/7/08 11:59:34 AM 15/7/08 11:59:34 AM[...]

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    2 T able of Contents Welcome ....................................................................... 5 Installing the Phone .................................................... 6 Choosing the Best Location ...................................... 6 Installing the Battery ................................................. 7 Connecting the AC adapter ..[...]

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    3 Customizing Y our Handsets ..................................... 29 Changing the Handset Banner ................................ 29 Selecting a Ring T one ............................................. 29 Activating AutoT alk .................................................. 30 Activating Any Key Answer ..................................... 30 Us[...]

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    4 T raveling Out of Range ........................................... 62 Liquid Damage ........................................................ 63 Precautions! .............................................................. 64 Rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium Battery W arning ... 64 Important Safety Instructions .................................. 64 Inde[...]

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    5 Welcome W elcome Thank you for purchasing a Uniden Multi-Handset phone. Note: Illustrations in this manual are used for explanation purposes. Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit. DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 5 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 5 15/7/08 11:59:40 AM 15/7/08 11:59:40 AM[...]

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    6 Installing the Phone Installing the Phone Choosing the Best Location When choosing a location for your new phone, here are some important guidelines you should consider: Notes: For maximum range: Keep both the base and handset antennas free of obstruction. When the handset is not in use, place the handset in an upright position. Metal and reinfor[...]

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    7 Installing the Phone Installing the Battery Use only the Uniden BT -904 rechargeable battery pack supplied with your cordless telephone. Push the battery pack connector in firmly. (You should hear it click into place.) Gently tug on the battery wires to make sure the connection is secure. Line up the red and black wires on the battery pack connec[...]

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    8 Installing the Phone Connecting the AC adapter T o the base T o avoid risk of fi re and shock, only use the Uniden AAD-041S(M) adapter with the base. T o the charging cradle (for multi-handset packs only) Use only the Uniden AAD-600S(M) adapter with the charging cradle. Don’t put any power cord where it people might trip over it or step on it.[...]

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    9 Installing the Phone Charging the Handset If you have an accessory handset, place it in the charging cradle with the display facing forward. Charge your handset at least 15 to 20 hours before plugging into the phone line. Place the handset in the base cradle with the display facing forward. Make sure that the charge LED illuminates when the hands[...]

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    10 Installing the Phone Connecting to the Phone Line Make sure that the battery pack is fully charged. Connect the telephone cord to the TEL LINE jack. Connect the telephone cord to a telephone wall jack. What if Check TEL Line appears on the handset display? The telephone cord may not be connected correctly . Check the telephone cord connection. D[...]

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    11 Installing the Phone Do you have DSL or any high-speed Internet service delivered through your phone line? T ry putting a DSL fi lter between the base and the wall jack. Without a fi lter , telephone-line- based Internet services can interfere with standard phones. T esting the Connection Pick up the handset from the cradle and press T ALK/FLA[...]

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    12 Installing the Phone Make a quick test call, and then press END to hang up. What if there is a lot of static? Check the sources of interference described in Choosing the Best Location (see page 6): is the base near any of those? Note: Make sure you can get a dial tone on any accessory handsets that were packaged with your phone. NOW YOU ARE READ[...]

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    13 Installing the Phone Expanding Y our Phone Adding accessory handsets Y our phone supports a total of six cordless handsets, including any that were supplied with your phone. Y ou can now place a fully-featured cordless handset anywhere AC power is available to connect the charging cradle. Y our phone is compatible with the following Uniden DECT [...]

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    14 Installing the Phone Resetting the Handset on page 60). Or to use multiple bases, see the next section. Using Multiple Bases The handsets supplied with your phone can be registered to a total of four different bases. Compatible bases include the DECT 2015 and DECT 2035 series. (See our website or contact Customer Service for an up-to-date list o[...]

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    15 Installing the Phone Selecting the base After you register your handset to more than one base you can set the handset to automatically search for a new base if the base it’s currently connected is unavailable or out of range. Y ou can also manually select which base you want the handset to connect to; for example, if you have one base with an [...]

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    16 Getting to Know Y our New Phone Getting to Know Y our New Phone Features 1.8GHz DECT expandable system Expands up to 6 handsets Caller ID/Call W aiting with phonebook match Store 30 Caller ID numbers 70-number phonebook with alphabetical search Personalized ring and display name by party T ransfer single listing or entire phonebook • • • ?[...]

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    17 Getting to Know Y our New Phone T erminology Used in this Manual Accessory Handsets Additional handsets that can register to the base, allowing you to add handsets without connecting another phone line. This base supports a total of six cordless handsets; see page 13 for compatible handsets. Base The main part of the phone that connects to your [...]

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    18 Getting to Know Y our New Phone Parts of the Handset T welve-key dial pad key (down) key (caller ID/right) MENU/SELECT key /MUTE key (messages/mute) END key # key key (speaker) Microphone Charging contacts /TONE key key (up) new message LED Earpiece Display (LCD) CLEAR/INT'COM key (clear/intercom) key (phonebook/left) REDIAL/P AUSE key T AL[...]

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    19 Getting to Know Y our New Phone Charging contacts charge LED Speaker message counter LED A NSWER ON/OFF key FIND key key (play/stop) key (delete) key (repeat/right) key (volume up) key (volume down) key (skip/left) Parts of the Base DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 19 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 19 15/7/08 12:00:04 PM 15/7/08 12:00:04 PM[...]

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    20 Using the Interface Using the Interface Reading the Display Handset ID and banner Number of new Caller ID calls received Call duration T ime In standby During a call The ringer off icon indicates that the ringer is turned off. The voice mail icon appears when you have messages waiting in your voice mailbox. The privacy icon appears when the Priv[...]

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    21 Using the Interface Using the Four-way Function Key Y our handset has a four-way function key that allows you to move the cursor on the display and access the most commonly used features at the touch of a button. Press the left side of the key to open the phonebook. Press the right side of the key to open the Caller ID list. Press the top of the[...]

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    22 Using the Interface Entering T ext from Y our Handset Y ou can use the number keypad on your handset to enter text by referring to the letters printed on each number key . When you press the number key in a text entry fi eld, the phone displays the fi rst letter printed on the number key . Press the number key twice to display the second lette[...]

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    23 Basic Setup Basic Setup Setting the Day & Time T o change the time shown in the display , follow the steps listed below . If you do not set the clock on your answering system, your messages on the answering system may not have the correct time and day stamp. Press MENU/SELECT . Move the cursor to Day & T ime and press MENU/SELECT . Use a[...]

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    24 Basic Setup Activating the Key T ouch T one Key T ouch T one is the tone your keypad makes when keys are pressed. Y ou can turn this tone on or off. Press MENU/SELECT . Select the Handset Setup menu, and then the Key T ouch T one submenu. Move the cursor to select On or Off. Press MENU/SELECT . Y ou will hear a con fi rmation tone. Name T ag Na[...]

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    25 Setting Up the Phonebook Each handset has its own separate phonebook that holds up to seventy names and numbers. When a handset’s phonebook is full, the handset beeps and shows Memory Full on the display . Y ou cannot add any names and numbers in that handset’s phonebook until you delete some of the existing ones. Y ou can also use the phone[...]

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    26 Assign a personal ring tone for this entry (PERSONAL RING). Y ou can attach a special ring tone to each phonebook entry; the phone will use this ring tone when this person calls. Use and to select one of the seven different ring tone options (see Selecting a Ring T one on page 29 for a complete list of ring tones). As you scroll through the tone[...]

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    27 Storing Caller ID or Redial Numbers in the Phonebook Y ou can store Caller ID records or redial numbers in the phonebook so you can use them later . Go to the Caller ID or redial list and select the number you want to store. (If the Caller ID information did not include the number , then you will not be able to store it.) With the phone in stand[...]

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    28 Deleting all Phonebook Entries With the phone in standby , press . Press MENU/SELECT , and then select Delete All. Delete All? appears in the display . Move the cursor to select Y es. Press MENU/SELECT . Y ou will hear a con fi rmation tone, and Deleted! appears in the display . Copying Phonebook Entries to Another Handset If you have more than[...]

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    29 29 Customizing Y our Handsets All of the following options are set separately for each handset, so you can customize a handset for each room in your house. Changing the Handset Banner Each handset will display a banner name once it is registered to the base. The default banner is Handset #1, Handset #2, etc. Y ou can change the name your phone d[...]

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    30 30 When you hear the tone you want to use, press MENU/SELECT . Y ou will hear a con fi rmation tone. Activating AutoT alk AutoT alk allows you to answer the phone simply by picking up the handset from the cradle. Y ou do not have to press a button to answer the call. Press MENU/SELECT . Select the Handset Setup menu, and then the AutoT alk subm[...]

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    31 Using Y our Phone Using Y our Phone From a cordless handset From a handset speakerphone Making a call Pick up the handset from the cradle. Press TALK/FLASH . Listen for the dial tone. Dial the number . OR Pick up the handset from the cradle. Dial the number . Press TALK/FLASH . 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. Pick up the handset from the cradle. Press . Li[...]

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    32 Using Y our Phone Making a Call from the Phonebook With the phone in standby , press to open the phonebook. Find the phonebook entry you want to call (see Finding a Phonebook Entry on page 26). Press TALK/FLASH or to dial the number . Note: Y ou can also press T ALK/FLASH or before you open the phonebook. Find the phone number you want to dial, [...]

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    33 Using Caller ID, Call W aiting, and Redial Lists Using Caller ID, Call W aiting, and Redial Lists If you subscribe to Caller ID service from your phone company , your phone will show you the caller ’s phone number and name (if available) whenever a call comes in. If you subscribe to Caller ID on Call W aiting, the phone will also show you the [...]

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    34 Using Caller ID, Call W aiting, and Redial Lists Deleting Caller ID Numbers T o delete only one Caller ID number , press when the phone is in standby , and then fi nd the number you want to delete. Press MENU/SELECT and select Delete Entry . When the phone asks you to con fi rm, select Ye s . T o delete all the Caller ID numbers, press when th[...]

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    35 Using Caller ID, Call W aiting, and Redial Lists Redialing a Number Y ou can quickly redial the last fi ve numbers dialed on each handset. With the phone in standby , press the REDIAL/PAUSE to open the redial list. Use and or REDIAL/PAUSE to scroll through the redial list. When you fi nd the number you want to dial, press TALK/FLASH or . Notes[...]

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    36 36 Adjusting the Ringer , Earpiece and Speaker V olume Adjusting the Ringer , Earpiece and Speaker V olume Adjusting the Ringer V olume Y ou can choose from four ringer volume settings (off, low , medium, and high) separately on each handset or the base. With the phone in standby , press or on the handset or VOLUME or VOLUME on the base. The han[...]

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    37 37 Adjusting the Ringer , Earpiece and Speaker V olume Note: The handset earpiece and the handset speaker have separate volume settings. Base Speaker: Y ou can choose from ten volume levels for the base speaker when the answering system announces or plays a message. T o adjust the base speaker volume, press VOLUME (to make it louder) or VOLUME ([...]

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    38 Finding a Lost Handset Using Hold, Conference and T ransfer Using Hold, Conference and T ransfer Placing a Call on Hold During a call, press CLEAR/INT’COM to place the caller on hold. If you leave a caller on hold for more than ten seconds, the display screen will read, Line On Hold. T o return to the party on hold, press TALK/FLASH or . The p[...]

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    39 Using Hold, Conference and T ransfer When another handset accepts the transferred call, you will be disconnected. If you want to rejoin the call, press TALK/FLASH or again. Answering a transferred call When a handset receives a call transfer , it sounds a paging tone; handsets also show the ID of the handset that is paging. T o accept the call t[...]

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    40 Using Special Features Using Special Features Privacy Mode Privacy mode prevents other handsets (that are connected to the same base) from interrupting your call. As long as your handset is in privacy mode, other handsets can’t join your call or make any calls of their own: their displays will show UNA V AILABLE. While on a call, press MENU/SE[...]

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    41 Using Special Features Using the Intercom Y ou can use the intercom to talk to another handset without using the phone line. The handsets must be currently connected to the same base (see page 15). Making an intercom page With the phone in standby , press CLEAR/INT’COM . Use or to select the handset you want to talk with, and then press MENU/S[...]

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    42 Using Special Features Answering an intercom page When the intercom page tone sounds, the display will show the ID of the handset that is paging. Press TALK/FLASH or CLEAR/INT’COM . Note: If AutoT alk is on, the handset will automatically answer the page when you pick up the handset from the cradle. If Any Key Answer is on, you can also press [...]

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    43 43 Setting Up the Answering System Setting Up the Answering System Y ou can set up your answering system’s features from the handset. Only one handset at a time can access the answering system menus. Note: If you have multiple bases, select the base with answering system you want to access (see page 15). Recording a Personal Greeting Y our ans[...]

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    44 44 Setting Up the Answering System T o keep this greeting: Do nothing. T o switch to the other greeting: Press 6 while the system is playing the current greeting. Each time you press 6, the system switches between the pre-recorded and the personal greeting. The last greeting you hear is used as the current greeting. Deleting Y our Personal Greet[...]

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    45 45 Setting Up the Answering System Setting the Number of Rings The ring time setting allows you to set the number of rings the caller hears before your answering system plays the outgoing message. Y ou can set the ring time to answer after six, nine or twelve rings. If you enable the T oll Saver (TS) setting, the answering system picks up after [...]

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    46 46 Setting Up the Answering System Activating the Message Alert The message alert feature sounds a short alert tone every fi fteen seconds whenever you have a new message. T o turn on the message alert: Press MENU/SELECT . Select the Ans. Setup menu, and then the Mesasge Alert submenu. Move the cursor to select On or Off. Press MENU/SELECT . Y [...]

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    47 Using the Answering System Using the Answering System T urning Y our Answering System On and Off From the base From the handset T urning On With the phone in standby , press ANSWER ON/OFF . The system announces “Answering System is on” and plays the current greeting. The message counter LED displays the number of messages stored in memory . [...]

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    48 Using the Answering System Remote Operation from the Handset Y ou can operate your answering system from the handset whenever the phone is in standby . Press /MUTE to start remote operation. During remote operation, the phone beeps to let you know it’s waiting for your next command. Press the number listed next to the commands. (see the table [...]

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    49 Using the Answering System Reviewing Messages The message counter LED on the base displays the number of messages stored in memory . When you have new messages (that you have not listened to yet), the message counter LED on the base and the new message LED on the handset fl ash. The answering system plays your new messages fi rst. If you have [...]

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    50 Using the Answering System Screening Calls From the base From the handset While the system is taking the message, simply listen to the caller over the base speaker . (Y ou need to activate the base call screen feature in advance. See page 46.) T o mute the call screen and allow the caller to continue leaving the message, press . • • While th[...]

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    51 Using the Answering System T o operate from a remote location, use any touch-tone telephone, and follow these steps: Call your telephone number and wait for the system to answer . If the answering system is off, it will answer after about fi fteen rings and sounds a series of beeps. During the greeting or the beeps (if answering system is off),[...]

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    52 W all Mounting the Base W all Mounting the Base This phone can be mounted on any standard telephone wall plate using an optional wall-mount bracket. Y ou can purchase a wall-mount bracket by visiting www .uniden.com.au for Australian models and www .uniden.co.nz for New Zealand models for customer support. Line up the four tabs on the wall-mount[...]

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    53 W all Mounting the Base (T o AC outlet) W all plate Removing the wall-mount bracket A t the bottom of the base, pinch the two "nose" of the wall-mount bracket as shown, and then slide the bracket away from the base. Place the mounting slots over the pins on the wall plate. Slide the base down to lock it into place. Note: Mounting the p[...]

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    54 Maintenance Maintenance Speci fi cations Operating temperature 32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C) AC adapter Base Charging cradle Part number AAD-041S(M) AAD-600S(M) Input voltage 240V AC, 50Hz 240V AC, 50Hz Output voltage 9V DC @ 350mA 9V DC @ 210mA Battery pack Part number BT -904 Capacity 650mAh, 2.4V DC Notes: Use only the supplied AC adap[...]

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    55 Maintenance Low battery alert When the battery pack is very low , the phone is programmed to eliminate functions in order to save power . When Low Battery - Charge Handset appears in the handset display and the phone is in standby , none of the keys will operate. If you are on a call, complete your conversation as quickly as possible, and return[...]

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    56 T roubleshooting T roubleshooting Common Issues If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps fi rst. If these steps do not solve your problem, please visit www .uniden.com.au for Australian models and www .uniden.co.nz for New Zealand models for customer support. When you have this problem... T ry ... The [...]

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    57 T roubleshooting When you have this problem... T ry ... A handset says Unavailable. Moving the handset closer to the base. Seeing if another handset has Privacy Mode turned on (see page 40). Making sure the base is plugged in (see page 8). • • • The phone keeps ringing when I answer on an extension. Y ou may have to change the line mode. C[...]

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    58 T roubleshooting When you have this problem... T ry ... I can’t get two handsets to talk to an outside caller . Checking to see that there are not two handsets already using the conference feature (see page 38). Making sure another handset is not in Privacy Mode (see page 40). Making sure both handsets are registered to and currently connected[...]

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    59 T roubleshooting Weak or Hard to Hear Audio If the caller ’s voice sounds weak or soft, the signal might be blocked by large metal objects or walls; you might also be too far from the base, or the handset’s battery may be weak. T ry adjusting the volume of the earpiece (see page 36) or the audio tone (see page 37). T ry moving around while y[...]

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    60 T roubleshooting Installing a telephone line fi lter or DSL fi lter Any broadband Internet service that uses your telephone line might interfere with standard phones. The most common type of these services, DSL, often causes static on your telephone. Fortunately , an easy-to-install fi lter removes this static from the line. T echnicians who [...]

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    61 T roubleshooting When the base information is deleted, the handset displays Handset not registered-place handset on base to register . See your Owner ’s Manual for help. Re-register the handset to the base (see Registering accessory handsets on page 13). If the handset cannot contact the base, it will display Searching . Make sure the handset [...]

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    62 T roubleshooting Changing the Line Mode for Multiple Extensions Line mode refers to the method that telephones use to signal each other that an extension is in use. Customer service may recommend changing the line mode if you have any of the following problems: Y our phone keeps ringing after someone answers on an extension phone. Y our answerin[...]

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    63 T roubleshooting Liquid Damage Moisture and liquid can damage your cordless phone. If the handset or base is exposed to moisture or liquid, but only the exterior plastic housing is affected, wipe of f the liquid, and use as normal. If moisture or liquid has entered the plastic housing (i.e. liquid can be heard in the phone or liquid has entered [...]

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    64 Precautions! Precautions! Before you read anything else, please observe the following: W arning! Uniden Australia Pty Ltd and Uniden NZ Ltd DO NOT represent this unit to be waterproof. T o reduce the risk of fi re, electrical shock, or damage to the unit, DO NOT expose this unit to rain or moisture. Rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium Battery W arning [...]

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    65 Index Index A Accessory handsets .................... 13 Answering calls............................ 31 Answering system Reviewing messages ....... 49 Setting up ......................... 43 T urning on/off ................... 47 When away from home .... 50 Any key answer ........................... 30 Audio tone ................................[...]

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    66 Index Mute Microphone....................... 42 Ringer ............................... 36 N Name T ag .................................... 24 Noise ......................................... 59 O Out of range................................. 62 P Personal identi fi cation number (PIN) ................................. 50 Personal ring ..........[...]

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    67 Remote Operation Card Remote access away from home T urn on the answering system remotely 1. Call your phone number from a touch-tone phone. 2. During the outgoing message, press # and enter your PIN code. The answering system announces the number of messages stored in memory and the voice prompts. 3. T o quit, hang up the phone. 1. Call your ph[...]

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    68 CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Play Incoming Messages Skip a Message Delete a Message Stop Operation Answering System On Answering System Off Help CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Play Incoming Messages Skip a Message Delete a Message Stop Operation Answering System On Answering System Off Help CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Play Incoming Messages[...]

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    69 Memo DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 69 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 69 15/7/08 12:00:52 PM 15/7/08 12:00:52 PM[...]

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    70 Memo DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 70 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 70 15/7/08 12:00:52 PM 15/7/08 12:00:52 PM[...]

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    71 One Y ear Limited W arranty ONE YEAR LIMITED W ARRANTY UNIDEN DECT2035, DECT2035+1 and DECT 2035+2 CORDLESS PHONE IMPORT ANT : Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service. W ARRANTOR : Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498 Uniden New Zealand Limited Warranty only available in original country of purchase. ELEMENT [...]

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    © 2008 Uniden Australia Pty Limited/Uniden New Zealand Limited Printed in China UCZZ01556BZ(0) DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 72 DECT 2035+1 OM.indb 72 15/7/08 12:00:53 PM 15/7/08 12:00:53 PM[...]