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    2465 Digital Spread Spectr um provides the longest range, the clearest sound and the best priv acy . DS S 2455/ Guide Quick Start[...]

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    [ i ] INST ALLA TION & SAFETY • This symbol indi cates important operatin g and servicin g instruction s. • The ear cap of this telephon e may attract and r etain small metalli c objects. 3 AVOID - connecting more than phones as ringing may be impaired AVOID - multi power boards. CHARGE - the new phone for 17 - 20 hrs. AVOID - Moisture Don?[...]

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    [ ii ] QUICK ST ART GUIDE The Qui ck Start Guide is a very con densed versi on of the Own er’s Manu al. It is desi gned to allow you to get your phon e installed and oper ating as quickly as possible - however it d oes not attempt to explain an y of th e advanced features o f the DSS2455 and DSS2465 series . 1) Install the d esk top/wall mount br[...]

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    Installing the AA batteries 1) Press down on th e battery cover release and sli de the cover down un til it comes off. 2) Install the batteri es supplied with your phon e, observin g correct + - polarity . • Use only “ AA ” rechar geable Ni-MH batteries. Do N ot use Alkalin e, Lithium, or non-r echargeable batteries . Using incorr ect batteri[...]

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    [ iv ] 3) Securely close the battery compartm ent cover by slidin g it up until it sn aps into place . Charging the handset 1) Place the handset in th e charging cr adle with the keypad facin g up. The DSS2455 an d DSS2465 series will only work with “ AA ” Ni-MH rechar geable batteries . If you use any other type o f batteries, the display will[...]

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    [ v ] CONTENTS INST ALLA TION & SAFETY i QUICK ST ART GUIDE ii CONTENTS v GETTING ST ARTED 1 Contr ols and Function s 1 Uni den Company Philosophy 3 W elcome 3 Features 4 Checkin g the Pack age Conten ts 5 T erminology 5 Moun ting the Base Unit on a W all 6 Battery Main tenance 6 Installin g the Beltclip 7 Headset In stallation 8 Display and I [...]

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    [ 1 ] CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS 2 1 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 19 13 12 16 17 14 18 15 1. Han dset Antenna 2. Headset J ack Cover 3. Beltclip Hole 4. Han ds Free Speaker 5. Han dset Battery Compartment 6. New M essage LED 7. Han dset Earpiece 8. LCD Display 9. Key 10. Key 11. Key 12. Soft K eys 13. / ▲ (up) Key 14. Key 15. / ▼ (down) K ey 16. Key 17. Key[...]

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    [ 2 ] 20 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 21 22 23 24 25 26 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 (DSS2465 only) 48 50 49 20. Base Speaker 21. (repeat)/SELECT K ey 22. (delete) K ey 23. Key 24. Messag e Counter Display 25. Key 26. (answer on) K ey 27. Charg e LED 28. Key 29. Key 30. Key 31. Key 32. Key 43. (volume) / ▲ (up) K ey 44. (volume) / ▼ (d own[...]

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    [ 3 ] Congr atulations on your pur chase of this Uni den DSS2455 or DSS2465 series Multi H andset Cordless System telephon e. This unit is differ ent from conven tional cordless teleph ones. I t can support up to 4 handsets. U sing extr a handsets (option al), you can establish a 4-way conference call (2 han dsets-Base Speaker Phone-an outsi de lin[...]

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    [ 4 ] Great featur es of this cordless ph one inclu de: • Design ed and Engin eered in Japan • 2.4GHz Digital Spr ead Spectrum • Integr ated Digital Answerin g Machine • Multi (4) H andset Capable (2 handsets In cluded (DSS2465 only)) • Long Ran ge (up to 1km) # • Dual K eypad (Backlit on Handsets) • Digital Duple x Speakerphon es on [...]

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    [ 5 ] CHECKING THE P ACKAGE CONTENTS Mak e sure you have received th e following item s in the package . If any of th ese items are missin g or damaged , contact your r etailer . • Base unit (1) • Han dset [DSS2455 (1) / DSS2465 (2)] • AC ad apter [DSS2455 (1) / DSS2465 (2)] • Recharg eable batteries [DSS2455 (2) / DSS2465 (4)] Also include[...]

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    [ 6 ] BA TTER Y MAINTENANCE Battery use time (per charge) Fully charg ed (17-20 hours charg e time) • Up to 7 hours con tinuous use (up to 5 h ours when the clarity booster is on) • Up to 14 days wh en the handset is in th e standby mod e (up to 24 hours when in DirectLink m ode) Recharg e your phone on a r egular basis by returning th e handse[...]

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    [ 7 ] Cleaning the battery charging contacts T o maintain a good charge , it is important to clean the charging contacts on both the handset and the base unit once a month. Use a dry cloth or pencil er aser to clean. Low battery alert When th e batteries are very low an d need to be charg ed, the phon e is programm ed to eliminate functi ons in ord[...]

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    [ 8 ] Y our phon e may be used with an option al headset, the U niden HS910. T o use this feature , insert th e headset plug into th e headset jack. Y our phon e is ready for han ds-free conversation s. HEADSET INST ALLA TION DISPLA Y AND ICONS Handset ID and Banner Number of new Caller ID calls received Batter y icon Sof t keys (These will not be [...]

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    [ 9 ] ABOUT SOFT KEY FUNCTION In the stan dby mode In the talk m ode (Austr alia mod el) (New Z ealand mod el) Soft k ey function s consists of so ft key icons an d soft keys (N o. 1, 2, and 3). Each soft key corr esponds to the i con displayed above, an d each icon will be changed d epending on the oper ation. Press th e correspondin g soft key to[...]

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    [ 10 ] OK BACK <HANDSET SETUP> Ringer Tones Distinct. Ring Auto Talk Anykey Answer Contrast Banner Ringer Volume DirectLink Mode Handset Setup Answ. Setup OK BACK ▲ or ▼ ▼ Setup the m enu (see pages 16-18). OK soft k ey OK soft k ey DSS2455/DSS2465 FLOW CHART Caller ID Redial History Phonebook BACK BACK OK SUN 12:00A Handset #1 New: 5 M[...]

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    [ 11 ] Talk 999:59 1234567890 MUTE MENU CALL WAIT • From the T alk mode • Press th e MUTE soft key to mute a call (see pag e 27). • Press th e MENU soft key , then select: - “ Booster On ” to improve the soun d quality (see page 26). - “ Recording ” to recor d the conversation (see pag e 51). - “ Caller ID ” to view Caller ID list[...]

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    [ 12 ] Most o f the handset settin gs are set from th e menu. The m enu has 5 main m enus ( DirectLink Mode , Handset Setup, Answ . Setup, Global Setup, and System Reset ) and subm enus respectively . Summary of the Main Menu and Submenu Tw o W ay Communication between the Handsets An ywhere without the Base (DirectLink) Select this men u to enter [...]

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    [ 13 ] Submenu name Description Auto T alk Allows you to answer th e phone without pr essing or . When th e AutoT alk is set to On, simply remove the han dset from the cradle and th e phone automati cally answers the call (see page 17). Anyk ey Answer Allows you to answer th e phone without pr essing or . When th e Anykey Answer is On, you can an s[...]

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    [ 14 ] Global Setup If you chang e the setting in on e of the han dsets, you change th e settings for all handset(s) in th e Global Setup menu. Only on e handset can chang e a setting at a time . Submenu name Description Nam e Tag (POP ID) Display the stored n ame with the Caller ID teleph one number , if the displayed Caller ID telephon e number i[...]

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    [ 15 ] Entering the Menu 1) Press the MENU so ft key in the stan dby mode . 2) U se / ▲ or ▼ to m ove the pointer to a desir ed main men u ( DirectLink Mode , Handset Setup, Answ . Setup, Global Setup, and System Reset ). 3) Press the OK so ft key to enter th e menu. T o return to the pr evious screen, pr ess the BACK soft key . 4) U se / ▲ o[...]

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    [ 16 ] DirectLink Mode Entering the Tw o W ay Communication between the Handsets Anywher e without the Base 1) Enter the “ DirectLink Mode ” men u (see “ Entering th e Menu ” on pag e 15). 2) Press the ENTER so ft key to enter th e DirectLink mode . Y ou will hear a confirm ation tone , and “ DirectLink Mode Complete ” appears. 3) T o r[...]

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    [ 17 ] Selecting a Ringer T one 1) Enter the “ Handset Setup ” men u, then the “ Ringer Tones ” submen u (see “ Enterin g the Men u ” on page 15). Y ou can choose fr om 8 ringers or 8 m elodies: - Ring ers [Flicker , Clatter , Soft Alert, W ake Up, Ligh t Bug, Beep Boop, T one Boar d, Chip Chop] - Melodi es [Beethoven ’ s Symphon y #9[...]

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    [ 18 ] Setting the Anyk ey Answer 1) Enter th e “ Handset Setup ” men u, then the “ Anykey Answer ” submen u (see “ Entering th e Menu ” on pag e 15). 2) Pr ess / ▲ or ▼ to chan ge the selection, “ On ” or “ Off ” . 3) Press the OK so ft key and you will h ear a confirmation ton e . Setting the Banner 1) Enter the “ Handse[...]

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    [ 19 ] Answering Sy stem Setup Setting a PIN Code 1) Enter the “ Answ. Setup ” men u, then the “ Security Code ” submen u (see “ Entering th e Menu ” on pag e 15). 2) Enter a two-digit PIN cod e (01-99) using the n umber keypad ( - ). 3) Press the OK so ft key . Y ou will hear a confirmati on tone . Setting the Ring Time 1) Enter the ?[...]

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    [ 20 ] Setting the Message Alert On or Off 1) Enter the “ Answ. Setup ” men u, then the “ Message Alert ” submen u (see “ Enterin g the Men u ” on page 15). 2) Press / ▲ or ▼ to choose “ On ” or “ Off ” . 3) Press the OK so ft key . Y ou will hear a confirmati on tone . Setting the Call Screen 1) Enter the “ Answ. Setup ?[...]

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    [ 21 ] Global Setup Setting Name T ag (POP ID) 1) Enter the “ Global Setup ” men u, then the “ Name Tag ” submen u (see “ Entering th e Menu ” on pag e 15). 2) Press / ▲ or ▼ to change th e selection, “ On ” or “ Off ” . 3) Press the OK so ft key . Y ou will hear a confirmati on tone . Setting Insert Zer o (New Zealand only)[...]

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    [ 22 ] System Reset Deregister the Handset 1) Enter the “ System Reset ” men u, then the “ Deregister HS ” submen u (see “ Enterin g the Men u ” on page 15). 2) Press / ▲ or ▼ to select the handset ID to be der egistered from th e list, then press th e OK so ft key . 3) Press the OK so ft key . Y ou will hear a confirmati on tone . [...]

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    [ 23 ] BASICS On the han dset, you may also use the speak erphone while talkin g to an outside call. Usin g the handset speak erphone is called “ han ds-free conversation ” . This feature allows you to easily communi cate while performing oth er tasks, such as cookin g. appears on the han dset display during han ds-free conversation s. Y ou can[...]

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    [ 24 ] PLACING A CALL ON HOLD 1) During a call, press (or on the base). 2) T o talk to the caller , press or on a handset (or (talk) on the base). Th e phone will return back to th e call. Y ou can hold a call for 5 min utes, when 5 min utes has passed, th e call is disconnected and the ph one return s to the stan dby mode . Once 10 secon ds has pa[...]

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    [ 25 ] Redialing from the Base 1) Pr ess (talk). 2) Pr ess on the base . The last number dialed fr om the base is redi aled. 3) T o hang up, press (talk). Deleting a Redial Record 1) In the standby m ode , recall the d esired n umber by following steps 1-3 in “ Redialin g from Standby M ode ” . 2) Press the DELETE so ft key . 3) Press / ▲ or [...]

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    [ 26 ] ADJUSTING THE EARPIECE AND HANDSET SPEAKER VOLUME Y ou can select differen t volume levels for th e handset earpiece an d the handset speak er (4 levels: Low to Max). The volum e can only be adjusted during a call. Pr ess / ▲ or ▼ to select th e volume settings . When you hang up, th e phone k eeps the last volume settin g selected. • [...]

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    [ 27 ] TRA VELING OUT -OF-RANGE During a call, as you begin to m ove your handset too far fr om your base unit, noise may in crease . If you pass the ran ge limits of the base unit, you will h ear a beep and “ Out of Range ” appears, then th e handset return s to the stan dby mode . Y ou may return back to th e call if you move your handset wit[...]

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    [ 28 ] NEW MESSAGE LED The new message LED on the han dset is design ed to work with your answering system. The LED flash es when you have new m essages in your answerin g system. The LED stops flashin g when all new m essages are played back (see “ U sing your Answerin g System ” on page 49). FLASH AND CALL W AITING If the call waitin g tone s[...]

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    [ 29 ] PHONEBOOK Phon ebook allows you to dial a number usin g just a few key presses . Y our phon e stores nam es/numbers in the ph onebook memory locati on, and you can search n ames in alphabetical or der . Y ou have a total of 100 location s that can be used for th e phonebook (in cluding th e Speed dials) and Caller ID messag es. 1) When the p[...]

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    [ 30 ] 3) Press the ST ORE soft key , “ Store/Edit Name ” appears. 4) Enter the n ame (up to 16 characters) by usin g the number k eypad (see the “ Steps for En tering Nam es and Special Char acters ” on page 31). If a nam e is not requir ed, go to step 5. <No Name> will be used as the n ame . 5) Press the OK so ft key to store th e n[...]

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    [ 31 ] STEPS FOR ENTERING NAMES AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS Refer to the letters on th e number keys to select th e desired char acters. With each press o f a number key ( - ), the displayed character appears in the f ollowing ord er: Upper case letters first, lower case letters next an d finally the n umber correspon ding to the k ey . Number of times [...]

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    [ 32 ] If you mak e a mistake while entering a name Use or to move the cursor to th e incorrect char acter . Press th e DELETE soft key to er ase the wron g character , then enter th e correct character . T o delete all characters , press and hold th e DELETE soft key . For ex ample, to en ter Movies : 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , r[...]

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    [ 33 ] •“ /SPDn ” appears when you vi ew a speed dial. • During a call, d on ’ t press or the call will be disconnected . VIEWING THE PHONEBOOK Y our phon e stores nam es/numbers in the ph onebook memory locati ons, an d you can search n ames in alphabetical or der . Y ou can view the ph onebook even while the ph one is in use . 1) Press [...]

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    [ 34 ] MAKING CALLS USING THE PHONEBOOK From Standb y Mode 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , view the phon ebook location to dial (see “ Vi ewing the Phon ebook ” on page 33). 2) Press or . The displayed n umber is dialed. 3) T o hang up press . From T alk Mode 1) Press or . 2) View the ph onebook location to di al (see “ Viewing t[...]

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    [ 35 ] 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press th e CID RDL PB soft key . 2) Press / ▲ or ▼ to move the poin ter to “ Phonebook ” , then pr ess the OK soft k ey . 3) Press / ▲ or ▼ , or the number k eypad to view the ph onebook location s (see “ Viewing th e Phonebook ” on page 33). a. Editing the Stored Data 1) When the [...]

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    [ 36 ] CHAIN DIALING The m emory location s in the handset ar e not limited to phone n umbers. Y ou can also store a gr oup of numbers (up to 20 di gits), that you need to enter on ce your call connects . This is referred to as Chain Di aling. An ex ample of this is a bank account n umber . Store a speci al number in the phon ebook location (refer [...]

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    [ 37 ] CALLER ID Y ou must subscribe to Caller ID service to use this feature . When th e telephone rin gs, the Caller ID featur e allows you to view the caller ’ s name and phon e number in the display bef ore you answer th e phone . Additi onally , you can dial the displayed number an d store the inf ormation f or memory dialin g. Important: Me[...]

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    [ 38 ] VIEWING THE CALLER ID LIST The Caller ID list stor es informati on for incomin g calls – even unanswer ed calls. Y ou can store 100 o f the Caller ID messag es and Phon ebook locations (inclu ding Speed Dials) in total. Y ou can view the Caller ID list d uring a call or when th e phone is in th e standby m ode . 1) Press the CID RDL PB sof[...]

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    [ 39 ] Deleting a Caller ID message 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , view the Caller ID inform ation to be deleted (see “ Vi ewing the Caller ID List ” on page 38). 2) Press the DELETE so ft key . “ Delete Caller ID ” appears. 3) Press / ▲ or ▼ to choose “ Yes ” . 4) Press the OK so ft key . Y ou will hear a confirm atio[...]

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    [ 40 ] Calling a party from the Caller ID list From Standb y mode 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , view the Caller ID messag e (see “ Viewing th e Caller ID List ” on page 38). 2) Press or . The displayed ph one number di als automatically . From T alk mode 1) Press or . 2) View th e Caller ID message you wan t to dial (see “ View[...]

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    [ 41 ] THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE The ph one has a built-in answerin g system that answers and r ecords incoming calls . Y ou can also use your answerin g system to record a conversati on, leave a voice mem o messag e, or to ann ounce a special outg oing message to callers wh en you ’ re away from your phon e. Featur es • Digital T apeles[...]

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    [ 42 ] • When th e answering system is full, “” appears on the base . Y ou should delete some m essages so that the system can recor d new messages . TURNING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM ON/OFF 1) T o turn the answerin g system On, press in the standby m ode . After the ann ouncemen t “ Answering System is on ” , th e current gr eeting message wi[...]

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    [ 43 ] Choosing between the tw o outgoing messages When th e phone is in th e standby mod e, press . Pr ess again when the outg oing messag e is played. Each time is pressed , the outgoin g message is switched between th e pre-recor ded and th e personal outgoing m essage . Deleting an outgoing message T o delete th e personal outgoin g message , p[...]

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    [ 44 ] Press an d hold / ▲ or ▼ on the base to scr oll quickly thr ough the volume levels . Adjusting the speak er volume le vel When th e base speaker is in use , press / ▲ or ▼ on the base to adjust th e volume . Press / ▲ f or louder or / ▼ for so fter . The n umbers 1-10 appear on the base indi cating the volum e levels. 1 being the[...]

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    [ 45 ] Setting the Time Follow these steps to set th e clock on the answerin g system to the correct tim e. 1) Press . 2) Press /SELECT or /SELECT until the correct d ay is announced an d the correspon ding number (fr om “” Sund ay to “” Saturd ay) appears. 3) Press to select the day . 4) Press /SELECT or /SELECT until you hear the corr ect[...]

  • Page 52

    [ 46 ] Setting the ring time The rin g time setting allows you to set th e number of rin gs the caller hears befor e your answerin g system plays the outgoin g message . Y ou can set the ring tim e to answer after four , six, or nine rings . Setting “ TS ” (T oll Saver), the answering system pi cks up after six rings if you have n ew messages ,[...]

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    [ 47 ] Announce only feature The Ann ounce only feature plays a pr e-record ed outgoing messag e “ Hello, no on e is available to take your call. Please call again. ” , an d it will not allow the caller to leave a m essage . T o set “ Announce only ” , f ollow the steps on page 46. Th e outgoing m essage automati cally switches to ann ounce[...]

  • Page 54

    [ 48 ] Setting the call screen Y ou can screen calls wh en the Call Screen fun ction is set to On. 1) Press six times. The curr ent Call Screen settin g (On or Off) appears on the base . 2) Press /SELECT or /SELECT to choose “” or “” . 3) Press . A confirmati on tone sounds , and the system ann ounces the n ew setting. Y ou can mute th e Ca[...]

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    [ 49 ] USING YOUR ANSWERING SYSTEM The m essage counter displays th e number of m essages stored in mem ory . If the display flashes , then ther e are new m essages waiting for you. Th e answering system is d esigned to play your new m essages first. After you play all your new m essages, you can th en play your old messag es. Playing your messages[...]

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    [ 50 ] Skipping a message 1) Press to review your m essages. Th e number of stor ed messages is ann ounced . 2) Press /SELECT at an ytime to skip to the n ext messag e. Each time /SELECT is pressed , the system scans f orward one m essage . If you have several m essages, pr ess /SELECT r epeatedly to find the m essage you want to play . T o quickly[...]

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    [ 51 ] • The voi ce memo messag es are recor ded as an incoming m essages. • When th e answering system is full, “” appears on the display an d recording is termin ated. • If an outsid e call is received during th e operation, th e operation is canceled . V oice memo The voi ce memo fun ction allows the user to r ecord messages (m ore tha[...]

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    [ 52 ] Y ou can operate your an swering system from a r emote location usin g any touch-tone telephon e or the handset. Remote access away fr om home Y ou can check, play , or delete messag es, even record a n ew greeting m essage when you are away fr om home . Ad ditionally , you can turn On or Off your answerin g system from a r emote location. R[...]

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    [ 53 ] Command Function then Answerin g System On then Mem o Record/Stop ** then Greetin g Message Record/Stop ** then Answer System Off then H elp Guid ance Command Function then Repeat a Messag e* then Playin g incomin g Messag es then Skipping a M essage then Deleting a M essage then Stop Operati on * For Repeat a Messag e function, pr ess # the[...]

  • Page 60

    [ 54 ] Repeating a message After a messag e begins playing, pr ess the soft key within about f our seconds to repeat th e previous m essage , or press the soft k ey after about four seconds to repeat th e current m essage . Skipping a message While the m essage is playing, pr ess the soft key on th e handset. Each time the soft k ey is pressed, th [...]

  • Page 61

    [ 55 ] EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE CONNECTING THE CHARGER 1) Connect the A C adapter into th e charging cradle an d to a AC wall outlet. 2) Set the charg er on a desk or tabletop, and place the han dset in the charg er with the keypad f acing forwar d (see “ Installing the AA batteries ” on pag e iii to install the batteri es. Y our phon e supports u[...]

  • Page 62

    [ 56 ] REGISTER THE HANDSET If you pur chase an extra handset, y ou need to register the handset to the main base befor e use. Only one handset can be r egistered at a time . The han dset ID for the suppli ed handset(s) was assign ed at the factory , which has #1 (#1 and #2 f or DSS2465) in the display . When you register ad ditional han dset to th[...]

  • Page 63

    [ 57 ] T o use this feature , you must en ter the two handsets in to the DirectLink mod e first. T o enter the DirectLink mode e e See page 16 DirectLink call 1) When the ph one is in the Dir ectLink standby mode , press th e DirectLink soft k ey (example o f DirectLink from han dset #1). 2) Select the party by pressin g the number k eys ( 1 - 4 ).[...]

  • Page 64

    [ 58 ] 4-W A Y CONFERENCING Fourth person, at either th e handset or the base , may be ad ded to the conferen ce call. For ex ample, to ad d a fourth party to an ong oing conference call at th e base or another handset, pr ess on the fourth party ’ s han dset (or (talk) on the base). T o rem ove either caller from your conversati on, press on the[...]

  • Page 65

    [ 59 ] Intercom From handset to handset or to the base 1) Press in the standby m ode . 2) Select the base or the han dset you want to talk with from th e selection list within 30 seconds . T o select the handset (or th e base), press / ▲ or ▼ , then press th e OK soft key . If you select “ All ” , all handsets will be pag ed. An inter com t[...]

  • Page 66

    [ 60 ] Call Tr ansfer Featur e From handset to handset or to the base 1) During a call, press on the han dset. 2) Select a handset or the base to tr ansfer the call to within 10 seconds (r efer to step 2 under “ Fr om handset to handset or to th e base ” in the inter com section). The call will autom atically be placed on hold , and an inter co[...]

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    [ 61 ] ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION The di gital security code is an id entificati on code used to connect the han dset and the base unit. Norm ally , setting th e code is not n ecessary . In the rar e situation that you suspect anoth er cordless telephon e is using the sam e security code, you can chan ge the code . T o chang e the digital security cod[...]

  • Page 68

    [ 62 ] NOTE ON POWER SOURCES Battery replacement and handling When th e operating tim e becomes short, even after a battery is r echarged, please r eplace the battery . Please use only “ AA ” recharg eable Ni-MH batteries. W arning T o avoid th e risk of personal injury or pr operty damag e from fire or electrical sh ock, only use the Uni den a[...]

  • Page 69

    [ 63 ] TROUBLESHOOTING If your phon e is not performin g to your expectation s, please try these simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The charge LED won ’ t illuminate • Mak e sure the A C adapter is plugged into th e base (or the charg er when th e handset is placed in (for DSS2465 only)) an d wall outlet. the cr adle. • Mak e sure the han[...]

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    [ 64 ] Symptom Suggestion The han dset or the base doesn ’ t • Charg e the batteries in th e handset for 17-20 h ours by placing the handset ring or can ’ t r eceive an on th e base or chargin g cradle . inter com call. • The han dset may be too far away fr om the base unit. • Place the base unit away fr om appliances or m etal objects. ?[...]

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    [ 65 ] Symptom Suggestion The han dset or the base can ’ t • M ake sure that m ore than 3 handsets (or 2 handsets wh en the base is used join the conversati on. for the confer ence) are n ot in use. • When r ecording a conversati on, the 2nd han dset (or the base) cannot join the conversati on. The an swering system • Make sur e the base un[...]

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    [ 66 ] INDEX 0 - 9 3-way conferen cing ....................58 4-way conferen cing ....................58 16 ring opti ons ..........................17 A Announ ce only feature ................47 Answerin g system Deleting a m essage ..................50 Playing your m essages ..............49 Recordin g a conversation ..........51 Remote access ...[...]

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    [ 67 ] REMOTE OPERA TION CARD CUT REMOTE OPERA TION CARD Remote access away fr om home 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 memor y and the help guidance. 3. T o quit, hang up the phone. Turn on the answ eri[...]

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    [ 68 ] CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Playing incoming Messages Skipping a Message Deleting a Message Stop Operation Answering Sys tem On Memo Record/S top Greeting Message R ecord/Stop Answer Sys tem Of f Help Guidance UP308BH (DSS2465) ENG OM 1/14/05 11:49 AM Page 68[...]

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    [ 69 ] One Y ear Limited W arranty Important: Evid ence of origin al purchase is requir ed for warranty servi ce. W arrantor: Uni den Austr alia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498 Uni den New Zealan d Limited ELEMENT OF W ARRANTY: Uni den warrants to th e original r etail owner f or the durati on of this warran ty , its DSS2455/DSS2465 (her ein afte[...]

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    Additional Handset & Char ger Expand Y our System! DSS2405 HANDSET & CHARGER Easily expand your cordless phone system by adding the DSS2405 Handset and Charger*. The DSS2405 gives you the mobility you need to stay connected with friends and family . Place this handset and char ger in any convenient location, no need for an extra phone jack![...]