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    Digital Spread Spectr um provides the longest rang e , the clearest sound and the best privacy . DS 845 QUICK START GUIDE[...]

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    This symbol indicates important operating and servicing instr uctions . PRECA UTIONS INST ALLA TION & SAFETY Choosing the best location for your DS845 When choosing a location for your phone there are a n umber of appliances the phone should not be near , and areas y ou should a v oid. A VOID - T elevision sets and other electronic appliances A[...]

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    (ii) This page is a v er y condensed version of the Owners Manual. It is designed to allow y ou to get your phone installed and operating as quickl y as possible - how ever it does not attempt to e xplain any of the adv anced features of the DS845 . Make sure the AC Adaptor remains switched ON at all times. Use only the Uniden AC Adaptor supplied w[...]

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    Quick Star t Guide Installing the Handset Batter y Press the battery cover and slide it off. Place the handset on the base Unit and charge it uninterrupted for 14 hours. NOTE Connect the battery plug to the socket at the rear of the battery compar tment. Make sure the plug is the right wa y round. The RED and BLACK battery wires must match the RED [...]

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    Setting Up the Answ ering System T o T urn the Answering System On Press - the pre-recorded greeting will play and y our system is ready to accept calls. ans on T o Record Y our Outgoing Message. Press and hold . After you hear a short tone , release the key . Record y our g reeting while speaking within 15cm of the base . When finished, press agai[...]

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    Quick Star t Guide Initial Settings Ring Time - the n umber of rings before the Answ ering System answ ers the call Set Ring Time to T/S (= 9 rings) Record Time - the length of time a caller may record a message Set Record Time to 1 min ute RING TIME 2/4/TS REC TIME ANN/4/1 T o Delete Messages Delete one message: Press during a message . The system[...]

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    CONTENTS CONTENTS OF Y OUR O WNERS MANU AL Installation & Safety Quick Start Guide Installing the Base Unit Installing the Handset Battery Making a Call Setting up the Answ ering System Using the Answ ering System Contents Controls & Functions W elcome F eatures Setting Up your Telephone Accessories Included in Y our Package Installing the [...]

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    CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 3 2 Headset jack Belt clip slot Battery compar tment Memory key T alk key Redial/P ause key Handset aerial Handset speaker Display screen 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Flash/Registration key CID key V olume control keys Alpha Numeric keypad 10 11 12 13 Delete/Page key Select key Handset Microphone Options key Ring time switch Record ti[...]

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    20 21 22 Rear of Base Unit 23 24 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Antenna T elephone Line AC Adaptor input Registration button Ringer Off/On V oice memo key Message displa y V olume control keys Delete key Play key Answer On key Answer Off key Memory Redial/P ause key Page/Int’com key Flash key Speaker key Hands free microphone Mute key Speake[...]

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    FEA TURES WELCOME Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden DS845 digital cordless telephone . This phone is designed for reliability , long life and outstanding performance utilising the latest in 900 MHz Digital Spread Spectrum Technology . l l l l l l l l l l l l TO Y OUR NEW PHONE 900MHz Digital Spread Spectrum T echnology Secure Digital T[...]

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    Rechar geable Battery AC Adaptor Belt Clip ACCESSORIES INCL UDED IN Y OUR P ACKA GE If any of these items are missing or damag ed, contact your place of purchase. To get the most from your phone , please read this Owner’ s Manual thoroughly . Be sure to complete and mail the product consumer suppor t card. Telephone Cord T elephone Cord Adaptor ([...]

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    When the battery charge becomes low If the phone is not in use , Low Battery f lashes and none of the keys will operate . If the phone is in use , Low Battery f lashes and the handset beeps. Complete y our con v ersation as quickly as possible and return the handset to the base unit for charging. Use only the gen uine Uniden Battery supplied with y[...]

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    7 USING Y OUR PHONE MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS T o ans wer a call (phone ringing) Basic phone operation T o make a call When Handset On Base When Handset Off Base button Using the Base T o hang up (Auto Standby) Return the handset to the base. Press on the handset Press 0 # tone oper flash speaker DIGITAL SPREAD SPECTRUM 900MHz volume voice memo gr[...]

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    During a call, you can transfer the call to another optional handset (maximum 7 handsets). 1. Press 2. Press [ handset No. ] The handset number is sho wn on the right side of the display . 3. Press 4. Called second handset rings. 5. Press on the second handset and Call T ransfer is completed. NOTE CALL TRANSFER If the called handset is not answered[...]

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    9 Redial from the Base Unit 1. T o call the last n umber dialed from the Base Unit, press . 2. Press - the last number dialed will be redialed. 3. T o hang up , press . REDIAL 3 95983577 3rd ‘most recent number dialed’ is display ed. Press again 4. Press and the number will be dialed. Redial from talk mode 1. Press 2. Press - the last number di[...]

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    Only n umbers stored in the Base Unit may be dialled from the Base Unit. ! 10 STORING PHONE NUMBERS AND N AMES The pause feature is useful for long distance calling, credit card dialing, or sequences that require a pause between digits . With the Handset Memory Dialing allows you to dial a n umber using just a few key strokes . Y ou can store up to[...]

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    11 Memory Dialling from Standby 1. Press once , the handset displays your programmed memory locations. 2. Press and or enter a two-digit number to select the memory location you would like to dial. 3. Press - the display ed number is dialed. MAKING CALLS WITH MEMOR Y DIALLING 01 FRED 02 JOHN SMITH 03 KA Y JONES T ALK LOUD 1 0295979035 Use and to to[...]

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    EDITING A STORED N AME AND PHONE NUMBER 1. Press and hold until MEMOR Y STORE is display ed. 2. Press and or enter a two-digit n umber to select the memory location you w ould like to edit. 3. Press - the screen displays the memory location number you ha ve selected. 4. Press or to select ‘Edit Memory’, then press . 5. Press , , or to edit the [...]

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    7. Press - MEMORY DELETED is display ed. 8. After a few seconds the displa y returns to the MEMOR Y STORE screen. Y ou may select another number to delete (return to step 2) or press to return to standby . MEMORY 02 DELETED MEMORY STORE 02 EMPTY 03 KA Y JONES 1. Press and hold until MEMOR Y STORE is displa yed. 2. Press and or enter a two-digit num[...]

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    P AGING P AGING HAND 5 INTERCOM When an incoming call is receiv ed during paging, paging is cancelled and the telephone is switched to the incoming call. P AGING/INTER COM page/int’ delete/page 2 way radio feature (using an optional handset) 2 wa y comm unications betw een the handsets using the intercom feature , can be achiev ed without the bas[...]

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    15 If a handset is registered at any time as handset 1, all other handsets will need to be registered again from Step 1. The original handset supplied with the Main Base is already registered as handset 1, this lea ves handset n umbers 2 - 7 av ailable. It is v er y important to allocate each handset a different number to enable functions such as C[...]

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    Y ou must subscribe to the Caller ID service from your local telephone company to use these features. When the telephone rings, the Caller ID feature allo ws you to view the caller’s name and phone number on the displa y before you answer the phone . The handset displa ys the phone number of the incoming call, the name, time and the n umber of ca[...]

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    1. Press - the summar y screen is displa yed. The screen shows the n umber of new messages and total messages . 2. Press to display the latest Caller ID message . 3. Press to see the next message , or press to see the previous message . 4. Press again to return to standby . Deleting a Caller ID message 1. Press - display the messag e to be deleted [...]

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    If a message has alread y been stored in the selected memory number location, a confirmation screen is display ed. Press to indicate “Y es”. Press to ov erwrite . Using the Caller ID List Calling a party from the Caller ID list Y ou can place a call from the Caller ID list. The DS845 stores up to 60 messages . 1. Press - select the phone number[...]

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    Setting Up Y our Answering System Setting your greeting: When you recei ve a call, the ans wering system automaticall y plays either a preset messag e or your o wn greeting. Recording a personal outgoing message (Greeting): 1. Press and hold until you hear a tone . Start recording your message immediatel y after you hear the tone end. 2. When you f[...]

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    Selecting Ring Time Switch: The ring time/toll sa v er switch allows y ou to set the n umber of rings the caller hears before the answ ering system plays your outgoing messag e . Y ou can set the switch to answer after tw o rings or after four rings. Once the greeting has started, you can stop it when you pick up the call at the handset or base . I[...]

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    Deleting Messages Deleting individual messag es: 1. Press play to review y our message . 2. If you decide to delete a message , press anytime during the message . The system beeps and immediately goes to the ne xt message . Deleting all messages: Press and hold while the system is in standby . A tone sounds when all messages are deleted. If there a[...]

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    Remote access a way from home: Y ou can operate your answering system from a remote location using any touch-tone telephone . Use this function to check for recorded messages , play or delete messag es , record a new outgoing message - or - monitor sounds in the room. 1. Call your telephone number . 2. While the greeting message is play ed, press a[...]

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    Re-register the handset - see pag e 17 Disconnect some telephones T alk flashes No dial tone 23 Cannot dial out Dial Prefix may be incorrectl y set - see page 20 to delete Dial Prefix. TR OUBLE SHOOTING[...]

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    W ARRANTY UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED SER VICE DIVISION One Y ear Limited W ar ranty Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for w arranty service . W ar rantor: Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B .N . 58 001 865 498 Uniden New Zealand Limited ELEMENT OF W ARRANTY : Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this war[...]

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    © 2001 Uniden Australia Pty Limited Uniden New Zealand Limited FOR PUR CHASING A UNIDEN PHONE! THANK Y OU[...]