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    DSS7955 DSS7955+1 DSS7955+2 Series Owner ’ s Manual OWNER’S MANUAL[...]

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    1 Contents Welcome ....................................................................... 4 T erminology used in this Manual ............................. 5 Product Overview ........................................................ 6 Features ................................................................... 6 Answering Machine Features ..........[...]

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    2 Customizing Y our Phone .......................................... 32 Changing the Handset Banner (Handset only) ...... 32 Selecting a Ring T one (Handset only).................... 33 Activating AutoT alk (Handset only) ........................ 34 Activating Any Key Answer (Handset only) ............ 34 Using your Phone ..........................[...]

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    3 Setting a Security Code or Personal Identication Number (PIN) .................... 55 Using the Answering Machine ................................. 56 T urning your Answering Machine On and Off ........ 56 Reviewing Messages ............................................. 57 Screening Calls ...................................................... [...]

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    4 Welcome 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.[...]

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    5 T erminology used in this Manual Standby The handset and the base are not in use. If the handset is on the cradle or [ /ash ] or [ ] on the handset or [ ] on the base is not pressed, no line has been activated. No dial tone is present. CID Caller ID is available from your T elephone provider and is of fered to users on a subscription basis. Wi[...]

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    6 Product Overview Features: 5.8GHz DSS Expandable System Expands up to 10 Handsets Integrated Digital Answering Machine Caller ID* Caller ID on Call W aiting Name T ag (POP ID) Distinctive Ring Base Keypad Advanced Phonebook Features: Store Up to 100 Names for each station Alphabetical Search Distinctive Ring by Party T ransfer Single Listing or E[...]

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    7 Parts of the Phone The following illustrations show you all of the different parts of your phone. Handset 1 4 7 8 0 9 5 6 2 3 abc ghi jkl mno pqrs tuv wxyz def tone speaker hold oper mute int , com 2 1 3 5 4 6 7 8 11 12 19 20 21 22 13 17 18 15 14 16 9 10 1 4 7 8 0 9 5 6 2 3 abc ghi jkl mno pqrs tuv wxyz def tone speaker hold oper mute int , com 2[...]

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    8 Base 37 36 26 27 28 29 38 40 41 42 30 31 32 34 35 39 23 24 25 44 43 33 Base Speaker Base Charging Contacts [dnd] (do not disturb) key and LED Base LCD Soft Keys [ ] (phonebook) key [ ] (up) key [ ] (caller ID) key [ ] (down) key [ /exit] (play/stop/exit) key [ / ] (repeat/skip) key 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. [ ] (delete) key [ ] [...]

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    9 Using the Interface Reading the Handset Display The handset display uses icons to tell you the status of your phone. The table below lists the icons and what they mean. Icon Status Description T alk The privacy icon appears when Privacy mode is turned on. T alk The call record icon appears while recording a conversation. T alk The mute icon appea[...]

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    10 Reading the Base Display The base display uses icons to tell you the status of your phone. The table below lists the icons and what they mean. Icon Status Description T alk The privacy icon appears when Privacy mode is turned on. T alk The call record icon appears while recording a conversation. T alk The mute icon appears when you mute the base[...]

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    1 1 The Standby Screen When the phone is in standby , the handset and base display shows the following items: Handset Ringer off icon (when the ringer is of f)/ day of the week and time / battery icon Handset ID and Banner Number of new Caller ID calls received (If there are no new Caller ID messages, the Handset ID appears here.) 570?[...]

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    12 Using the Four-way Function Key Y our handset and the base have a four-way function key that allows you to move the cursor (or highlighted area) on the display and access the most commonly used features at the touch of a button. By moving this key to the left, you open the Phonebook. Move the key to the right to access Caller ID information. T o[...]

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    13 Entering T ext from your Phone Y ou can use the number keypad on your handset or base to enter text by referring to the letters printed on each number key . When you press the number key in a text entry eld, the phone displays the rst letter printed on the number key . Press the number key twice to display the second letter and three times[...]

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    14 Installing the Phone Choosing the Best Location When choosing a location for your new phone, here are some important guidelines you should consider: The location should be close to both a phone jack and a continuous power outlet (one which is not connected to a switch). The base and handset should be kept away from sources of electrical noise su[...]

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    15 W all Mounting the Base This phone can be mounted on any standard wall plate. Snap the wall mount adaptor into the notches on the base top. Plug the AC adaptor into the DC IN 9V jack. Wrap the AC adaptor cord inside the molded wiring channel as shown. Plug the AC adapter into a standard 240V AC wall outlet. Plug the telephone line cord into the [...]

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    16 Direct W all Mounting If you don’t have a standard wall plate, you can mount your phone directly to the wall. Before doing this, consider the following: Avoid electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall. T ry to mount your phone within 1.5m of a working pho[...]

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    17 Installing the Rechargeable Battery Use only the Uniden BT -446 or BT -750 rechargeable battery pack supplied with your cordless telephone. Follow the steps below to install a battery: Press in on the handset battery case cover (use the nger indention for a better grip) and slide the cover downward to remove. Plug the battery cable into the b[...]

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    18 Connecting the Base and Charging the Handset Connect the AC adaptor to the DC IN 9V jack. Connect the AC adaptor to a continuous power supply (i.e., an outlet that is not controlled by a switch). Place the handset in the base with the LCD screen facing forward. Make sure that the charge/in use LED illuminates. If the LED does not illuminate, che[...]

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    19 Installing the Belt Clip Line up the holes on each side of the handset. T o attach the belt clip, insert into the holes on each side of the handset. Press down until it clicks. T o remove the belt clip, pull either side of the belt clip to release the tabs from the holes. Connecting to the Phone Line Once the handset battery pack is fully charge[...]

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    20 Changing the Dial Mode (Australian Model Only) Y our phone can communicate with the telephone network in two different ways: tone dialing or pulse dialing. These days, most phone networks use a method called tone dialing, so your phone comes programmed for tone dialing. If your phone company uses pulse dialing, you will need to change your phone[...]

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    21 Basic Setup Setting the Day & Time T o change the day and time shown in the display , follow the steps listed below . Note: If you don’t press any keys for two minutes when setting the date and time, the phone will exit the menu. Press the MENU soft key . Select the GLOBAL SETUP menu, and then the DA Y & TIME submenu. Press [ ] or [ ] [...]

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    22 Activating Distinctive Ring (Handset only) Y ou can assign special ring tones to anyone in your phonebook. When your phone gets a call, it looks up the Caller ID information in your phonebook. If you’ve assigned a Distinctive ring to that number , the phone uses it so you know who is calling. T o turn on Distinctive ring, follow these steps: P[...]

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    23 Activating the Key T ouch T one (Handset only) 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 the MENU soft key . Select the HANDSET SETUP menu, and then the KEY TOUCH TONE submenu. Move the cursor to select ON or OFF . Press the OK soft key . Y ou will hear a conrmation tone. Ad[...]

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    24 Adding Accessory Handsets Y our phone supports up to ten (10) handsets, including any handsets supplied with your phone. Accessory handsets do not need to be connected to a phone jack. Y ou can now place a fully-featured cordless handset anywhere AC power is available to connect the handset charger . Compatible Handsets Y our phone is compatible[...]

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    25 Registering DSS7905 Accessory Handsets Y our phone supports a total of ten (10) cordless handsets. Handset(s) supplied in the box with the phone base are pre-registered at the factory . If you purchase an accessory handset, you need to register the handset before use. Only one handset can be registered at a time. When charged, pre-registered han[...]

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    26 Registering DSS7805WP Compatible Handsets Disconnect the base AC adapter . While holding the [ash/nd handset], reconnect the AC adapter until the charge/in use LED starts blinking. On the handset, press and hold [#] until you hear a beep. While the handset is registering, HANDSET REGISTERING will appear in the LCD. When REGISTRA TION COMPL[...]

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    27 Setting up the Phonebook Y our phone allows you to store up to 100 names in your handset and base phonebook. Y our phone shares memory between your phonebook and CID with a total of 100 entries. Once you store 100 phonebook entries, CID information will not be stored and will only display at time of new incoming calls. When Phonebook entries are[...]

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    28 Enter the number for this entry . Once you have stored a name, STORE/EDIT NO. appears next. Use the number keypad, [#/>] , [ tone /<] , or the DELETE soft key to enter the phone number ; the phone number can contain up to 20 digits. If you need the phone to pause between digits when it’s dialing (for example, to enter an extension or an [...]

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    29 Finding a Phonebook Entry Phonebook entries are stored in alphabetical order . T o scroll through the phonebook, press [ ] and then press [ ] or [ ] on the four-way function key . Press and hold [ ] or [ ] on the four-way function key to scroll through the display quickly . Y ou can also use the letters on the number keys to jump to a name that [...]

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    30 Storing Caller ID or Redial Numbers (Handset only) 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.) When the[...]

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    31 Copying Phonebook Entries to another Station Y ou can transfer stored phonebook entries from one station to another without having to re-enter names and numbers. Y ou can transfer one phonebook entry at a time or all phonebook entries at once. When the phone is in standby , press [ ] . Press the COPY soft key . Use [ ] or [ ] on the four-way fun[...]

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    32 Customizing Y our Phone Changing the Handset Banner (Handset only) 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 displays by changing the banner display . If you have more than one handset, you can use the banner name to identify y[...]

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    33 Selecting a Ring T one (Handset only) Y ou may choose from 10 melodies or 10 tones for your phone’s primary ring tone. Each station can use a different ring tone or melody . The available ring tones are listed below: Melodies Ringers Beethoven’s Symphony #9 [Beethoven9] Flicker Fur Elise [Elise] Clatter We Wish Y ou A Merry Christmas [Merry-[...]

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    34 Activating AutoT alk (Handset only) AutoT alk allows you to answer the phone simply by removing the handset from the cradle. Y ou do not have to press any keys to answer the call. Press the MENU soft key Select the HANDSET SETUP menu, and then the AUTO T ALK submenu. Select ON or OFF , and press the OK soft key . Y ou will hear a conrmation t[...]

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    35 Using your Phone From the base speakerphone From a cordless handset From a handset speakerphone Making a call Press [ ] . Listen for the dial tone. Dial the number . OR Dial the Number . Press [ ] . 1) 2) 3) 1) 2) Remove the handset from the charging cradle. Press [ /ash ] . Listen for the dial tone. Dial the number . OR Remove the handset fr[...]

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    36 Making a call from the Phonebook When the phone is in standby , press [ ] to open the phonebook. Scroll through the list with the [ ] or [ ] on the four-way function keys until you nd the phonebook entry you want to call. (See Finding a Phonebook Entry on page 29). Press [ /ash ] or [ ] on the handset or [ ] on the base to dial the number [...]

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    37 Using Caller ID, Call W aiting and Redial Lists If you subscribe to Caller ID 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 both Call W aiting and Caller ID, the phone also shows you the name and the number of any call that comes in while you [...]

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    38 Making a call from a Caller ID Record When the phone is in standby , press [ ] (on the right side of the four-way key) to open the Caller ID list. Use [ ] or [ ] to nd the Caller ID record you want to dial. Press [ /ash ] or [ ] on the handset or [ ] on the base to dial the number . Or Press [ /ash ] or [ ] on the handset or [ ] on the [...]

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    39 Using Call W aiting If you have Call W aiting service and a second call comes in when you are on the phone, a call waiting tone will sound. (If you subscribe to Caller ID on Call W aiting, the handset displays the name and phone number of the waiting call.) For Australian Model: Press [ /ash ] and then [2] on the handset to accept the waiting[...]

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    40 Redialing a Number Y ou can quickly redial the last 3 numbers dialed on each station. With the phone in standby , press the REDIAL soft key to open the redial list. Use [ ] or [ ] to scroll through the redial list. When you nd the number you want to dial, press [ /ash ] or [ ] on the handset or [ ] on the base to dial the number . Note: If[...]

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    41 Adjusting the Ringer , Earpiece and Speaker V olume Adjusting the Ringer V olume Y ou can choose from three ringer volume settings on the handset and the base (off, low , high). With the phone in standby , use [ ] or [ ] on the four-way function key to adjust the ringer volume. Adjusting the Speaker V olume Ear speaker: Y ou can choose from six [...]

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    42 The “T -coil” mode icon will no longer appear on the handset LCD display . Note: Using the T -coil mode may shorten the amount of time you can talk on your handset between battery charges. Therefore it is recommended that the handset be returned to the charging cradle when not in use. If this feature is not required, the “T -coil” mode s[...]

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    43 T ransferring a Call Y ou can transfer a call from one station to another . During a call, press [int’com/hold] . Use [ ] or [ ] to select the station you want to transfer the call to, then press the OK soft key . The call will automatically be placed on hold, and a paging tone sounds. T o cancel the transfer , press [ /ash ] or [ ] on the [...]

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    44 Using Special Features Do Not Disturb (All calls) DND allows you to mute the ringer of all registered handsets and the base. With the phone in standby , press and hold [dnd] on the base. Y ou will hear a conrmation tone and the [dnd] LED illuminates. T o cancel, press [dnd] again. Y ou can also mute the ringer tone while the phone is ringing [...]

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    45 Privacy Mode If you don’t want another station to interrupt you while on a call, you can turn on privacy mode. As long as your station is in privacy mode, other stations won’t be able to join your call or make any calls of their own. While on a call, press the MENU soft key . Select the PRIV ACY MODE submenu. PRIV ACY MODE ON will appear in [...]

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    46 Making a DirectLink Call T o call another handset with DirectLink, press the DirectLink soft key . Select the handset you want to call by pressing the number key ( 0 - 9 ). If the handset is out of range or not in DirectLink operation, the display shows OUT OF RANGE. T o exit DirectLink, press the CANCEL soft key . On the receiving handset, pres[...]

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    47 Answering an Intercom Page When the intercom page tone sounds, the display will show the ID of the station that is paging. Press [ /ash ] , [int’com/hold] , or the ANSWER soft key on the handset (or [int’com/hold] , [ ] , or the ANSWER softkey on the base). Or press a number key , [ tone /<] , or [#/>] (when Any Key Answer is enable[...]

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    48 Note: W arning! The Room monitor function is not a replacement for regularly checking the safety and security of children. The operating time is limited to the remaining charge of the battery and is not suitable for continuous overnight use. This telephone system is not intended to replace an AC powered room monitoring system. The length of time[...]

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    49 Installing the Optional Headset Y our phone may be used with an optional headset. T o use this feature, insert the headset plug into the headset jack. Y our phone is ready for hands-free conversations. Headsets may be purchased by calling the Uniden Parts Department. See back cover page for contact information.[...]

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    50 Setting Up the Answering Machine Y our phone has a built-in answering machine that answers and records incoming calls. Y ou can also use your answering machine to record a conversation or leave a voice memo. Features Digital T apeless Recording Up to 12 Minutes of Recording T ime Call Screening Personal or Pre-recorded Outgoing Messages Day and [...]

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    51 Using the Answering Machine Interface Using Handset and Base Menus Y ou can set up your answering machine's primary features from the base or handset. The menu options of the base have voice prompt. When the phone is in standby , press the MENU soft key and then scroll down and select ANSW . SETUP . Press the OK soft key . Use [ ] or [ ] to[...]

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    52 Y our Greeting Y our answering machine comes with a pre-recorded outgoing message or greeting that plays when you receive a call: "Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please leave a message after the tone." Or you can record your own personal outgoing greeting. Y our recorded greeting must be between 2 seconds and 30 seconds [...]

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    53 Selecting a Greeting (Base only) Once you have recorded a personal greeting, the phone automatically switches to your personal greeting. Y ou can also switch back and forth between the pre-recorded greeting and your own greeting at any time. With the phone in standby , press the MENU soft key . Select ANSW . SETUP menu option, then the SELECT GR[...]

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    54 Setting the Number of Rings The ring time setting allows you to set the number of rings the caller hears before your answering machine 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 machine picks up after two rings if you have new message[...]

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    55 Activating the Message Alert The Message Alert feature sounds a short alert tone every 15 seconds whenever you have a new message. T o turn on the message alert: Press the MENU soft key . Select the ANSW . SETUP menu, and then the MESSAGE ALERT submenu. Move the cursor to select ON or OFF . Press the OK soft key . Y ou will hear a conrmation [...]

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    56 Using the Answering Machine The message counter on the LCD displays the number of messages stored in memory . If the display ashes, then there are new messages waiting for you that you have not yet listened to. The answering machine plays your new messages rst. After you listen to all of your new messages, you can then play your old messag[...]

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    57 From the base From the handset T urning Off With the phone in standby , press [ ] . The phone announces "Answering System is off." appears. 1) 2) 3) With the phone in standby , press the soft key on the handset. REMOTE ANSWERING MACHINE OPERA TION appears on the handset display , and the answering machine announces the time, and the nu[...]

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    58 From the base From the handset Repeating a message Press [ ] or the soft key once to go to the beginning of the current message. Press [ ] or the soft key repeatedly to go back to a previous message. Press and hold to rewind through the current message. Press [ /1] once to go to the beginning of the current message. Press [ /1] repeatedly to go [...]

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    59 Screening Calls Y our phone allows you to listen to callers leaving a message without answering the phone. Y ou can always hear callers from the base speaker . T o screen an incoming call from the handset and base: From the base From the handset After the answering machine answers, the base speaker will let you hear the calls at the machine reco[...]

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    60 Recording a Conversation Y ou can record a conversation between 2 seconds and 10 minutes long from the handset or the base. These recorded conversations are treated just like regular messages. When the answering machine is full, will appear on the base LCD and recording will be terminated. Y ou can not record intercom conversations with this fea[...]

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    61 Recording a V oice Memo The voice memo feature allows you to record messages that are between 2 seconds and 4 minutes long. Y ou might want to use this feature to leave messages for other members of your household instead of written notes. From the base From the handset Starting a memo With the phone in standby , press the RECORD soft key , and [...]

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    62 Remotely Operating Y our Answering Machine Y ou can access your answering machine while you are away from home to check, play , delete messages, or even record a new greeting message or to turn your answering machine on and off. Note: The answering machine will only playback messages for four minutes and then it returns to the command- waiting m[...]

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    63 Remote Commands Command Function Command Function # then 1 Repeat a Message* # then 6 Answering Machine On # then 2 Playback Messages # then 7 Memo Record/Stop** # then 3 Skipping a Message # then 8 Greeting Record/Stop** # then 4 Deleting a Message # then 9 Answer Machine Off # then 5 Stop Operation # then 0 Help Guidance * T o Repeat a Message[...]

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    65 Maintenance Specications Operating T emperature 0° C to 50° C (32° F to 122° F) AC Adap tor P art Numbe r Base: AAD-041S(M) or AAD-041S Charging Cradle: AAD-600S(M) or AAD-600S Input V oltage Base: 240V AC, 50Hz Charging Cradle: 240V AC, 50Hz Output V oltage Base: 9V DC @ 350mA Charging Cradle: 9V DC @ 210mA Battery Part Number Capacity B[...]

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    66 Battery Replacement and Handling With average use, your phone’s battery should last approximately one year . T o order replacement batteries, please contact Uniden’s Parts Department. The contact information is listed on the back cover page. Cleaning the Battery Contacts T o maintain a good charge, clean the charging contacts on the handset [...]

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    67 Low Battery Alert When the battery pack is very low , the phone is programmed to eliminate functions in order to save power . When LOW BA TTERY appears in the 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 the handset to the charging cradle.[...]

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    68 T roubleshooting Resetting the Handset Y ou may need to reset your handset in the following instances: Y ou lose a handset and purchase a new one. When you try and register to your existing base you get registration failure. Y ou are unable to register any handsets to the base. Y ou had a base which needed to be exchanged by the manufacturer . W[...]

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    69 Changing the Digital Security Code The digital security code is an identication code used to connect the handset and the base. Y our unit ships from the manufacturer with a preset security code. Resetting this code is not normally necessary . In the rare situation that you suspect another cordless telephone is using the same security code or [...]

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    70 Symptom Suggestion Can’t make or receive calls. Make sure that you are not too far from the base. Make sure the line is not in use. If an outside call is already using a line, you cannot use that line to make another outside call. Check both ends of the base telephone line cord. Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged into the base and wall outlet[...]

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    71 Symptom Suggestion An extra handset can’t join the conversation. Make sure there are not 2 handsets already using the conference feature. Make sure that another station is not in privacy mode. • • The Room Monitor feature does not work. Make sure to place the handset(s) within the range of the base. • The answering machine does not work.[...]

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    72 Liquid Damage Moisture and liquid can damage your cordless phone. Follow the suggestions below if your phone gets wet. Exterior If the handset or base is exposed to moisture or liquid, but only the exterior plastic housing is affected, wipe off the liquid, and use as normal. Interior If moisture or liquid has entered the plastic housing (i.e. li[...]

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    73 Precautions! Before you read anything else, please observe the following: W arning! Uniden DOES NOT represent this unit to be waterproof. T o reduce the risk of re, electrical shock, or damage to the unit, DO NOT expose this unit to rain or moisture. Rechargeable Nickel-Metal-Hydride Battery W arning This equipment contains a rechargeable Nic[...]

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    74 Uniden works to reduce lead content in our PVC coated cords in our products and accessories. Important Safety Instructions When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of re, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: Do not use this product near water , for exa[...]

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    75 D Day and T ime ............................. 21 Deleting a Redial Record............ 40 Deleting Caller ID Numbers ........ 38 Deregistration ............................. 26 Dial Mode ................................... 20 Digital Security Code .................. 69 DirectLink.................................... 45 Distinctive Ring ...........[...]

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    76 O Optional Headset ........................ 49 Out of Range .............................. 69 P Personal identication number (PIN) ................................ 55 Phonebook ................................. 27 Placing a Call on Hold ................ 42 Privacy Mode .............................. 45 Product Overview .......................[...]

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    77 Memo[...]

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    78 Memo[...]

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    79 Memo[...]

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

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    81 CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Playing incoming Messages Skipping a Message Deleting a Message Stop Operation Answering Machine On Memo Record/Stop Greeting Message Record/Stop Answering Machine Off Help CUT T ask Key Repeat a Message Playing incoming Messages Skipping a Message Deleting a Message Stop Operation Answering Machine On Memo Record/[...]

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    82 One Y ear Limited W arranty Important: 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 W arranty is only valid in the original country of purchase. ELEMENT OF W ARRANTY : Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this [...]

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    ©2007 Uniden Australia Pty Limited/Uniden New Zealand Limited Part Code UPZZ01857BZ(0) Printed in China[...]