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    EWCI 936[...]

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    [1] www.uniden.com Contents W elcome/F eatures 2 Controls and Func tions 3 T erms Used in this Manual 5 Getting Starte d Installing the Phone and Outdoor W eather Sensor 6 A. Choose th e Best Location Base and Handset 6 B . Install the Rechargeable Battery P ack into the Han dset 8 C. Connect the Base, Set up the Outdoor W eather Sensor and Charg e[...]

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    WELCOME/FEATURES [ 2 ] www.uniden.com As an Ener gy Star  Partn er , Unid en has de termined that this pr odu ct or pr odu ct mod els meets th e Energy Star  gui delin es fo r ener gy effi cien cy . Ener gy Star  is a U.S. re gistered m ark. We l c o m e Fe a t u r e s • 900MHz Extended Ran ge T echnology • Caller ID and Caller ID on C[...]

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    [3] CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS www.uniden.com Controls and Functions 5 6 8 7 9 10 11 1 3 4 2 12 13 15 14 16 17 18 19 CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 1. Handset an tenna 2. Jack f or option al headset 3. Beltclip hole 4. H andset battery compartmen t 5. Han dset ear piece 6. LCD display 7. / /vo l/ (earpi ece volum e , ring er volume an d scroll) k ey (pages[...]

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    CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS [ 4 ] www.uniden.com 31 32 33 20 21 26 27 29 30 22 23 24 25 28 CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 20. Base chargin g contacts 21. Charg e/in use and VMWI (V oice M ail W aiting Indi cator) LED 22. Snooze button (pag e 18) 23. LCD display 24. Alarm switch (page 17) 25. Find han dset key (pag es 41 and 43) 26. Select key (pag e 14) 27.[...]

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    [5] TERMS USED IN THIS MANUAL www.uniden.com T erms Used in this Manual • Standby Mode - Th e handset may be sitting in or off th e base, but is NO T in use. The talk/flash key h as no t been pressed an d th ere is n o dial ton e . • T alk Mode - The handset is o ff th e base and the t alk/flash key has bee n pressed, e nablin g a dial tone . ?[...]

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    GETTING STARTED [6] www.uniden.com Installing the Phone and Outdoor Weather Sensor Do the following steps: A. Ch oose the Best Lo cation (Base an d Han dset) B . Install the Rechar geable Battery P ack into the H andset C. Connect the Base , Set up the Outdoor W eather Sensor an d Charge th e Handset D. Moun t the Outd oor W eather Sen sor on a W a[...]

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    [7] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com • Dependin g on the base location, th ere is a possiblity that th e correct temper ature and humi dity can't be displayed. • Do not place any objects ar ound the base . • The bas e should be placed in a well-ven tilated area. • The location sh ould be clo se to both a phone jack an d a continu ous pow[...]

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    GETTING STARTED [8] www.uniden.com B . Install the Rechar geable Ba ttery P ack into the Handset The han dset is powered by a rechar geable battery pack. The battery r echar ges autom atically wh en the han dset is placed in the base unit . 1) Pr ess down o n the han dse t battery case cover (use the fin ger ind ention f or a better grip) and sli d[...]

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    [9] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com C. Connect the Base , Set up the Outdoor W eather Sensor and Charge the Handset 1) Connect th e AC adapte r to th e DC IN 9V jack and to a stand ard 120V AC w all outlet. The ba se will attempt to con tact th e outdoo r weather sensor f or five min utes after it is fi rst connected . Install the Alkaline batteries[...]

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    GETTING START ED [10] www.uniden.com 3) In stall the Alkali ne batteries in to the battery compartm ent observ ing th e correc t polarity . Mak e sure the outd oor temperatur e and humi dity appear on the base display within five min utes. If th e outdoor temperature an d humi dity don't appear , switch the Channel switch to an other channel a[...]

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    [11] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com D. Mount the Outdoor W eather Sensor on a W all Follow the in structi ons below to m ount the outd oor weather sen sor on the wall. See pag e 7 to mak e sure you are m ountin g the weath er sensor in the best locati on. • Avoi d electrical cables, pipes , or other item s behind th e moun ting locati on that cou[...]

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    GETTING START ED [12] www.uniden.com E. Mount the Base Unit on a W all Standard w all plate mounting This phon e can be mount ed on any stand ard wall plate . 1) Plug th e AC adapter to th e DC IN 9V jack. 2) Route th e AC adapter cor d through th e mold ed wiring channel as shown. 3) Plug th e AC adapter in to a standar d 120V AC wal l o ut le t. [...]

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    [13] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Direct w all mounting If you don't have a stan dard w all plate , you can mount you r phone directly to the w all. Befor e doin g this , consi der th e following: • Avoi d electrical cab les, pipes, or ot her item s behind th e moun ting location that could cause a hazar d when insertin g screws in to the [...]

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    GETTING START ED [14] www.uniden.com W eather Menu Options T o set the followin g four optio ns, you m ust enter th e base setup menu mod e. T o scroll through th e men u option s, re peatedly press th e select key in stan dby mode . The system r eturns to standby afte r the eac h last men u option . • If any of th e following occurs duri ng menu[...]

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    [15] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com 5) If you select 12h in Step 2. you need to select AM or PM . Use the and keys to choose AM or PM , and th en pr ess th e enter key . Th e setting is complete; th e phone return s to standby m ode . Press an d hold th e and keys to scrol l quickly thr ough the n umbers for h our and minute on the display . B . Se[...]

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    GETTING START ED [16] www.uniden.com C. Set the T emperatur e 1) Pr ess the select key on the base three tim es. Use t he an d keys to c hoose Temperature ° F or Temperature ° C and then press the enter key . The set ting is complete , and the pho ne re turns to stan dby mod e . D. Set Display Backlight 1) Pr ess the select key on the base four t[...]

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    [17] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Set the Alarm Clock Set the Alarm 1) Slid e the alarm switch on th e base to set (the alarm switch is on the rig ht of th e display .) The curr ent alarm time on the display blinks , and ALARM SET appears on the display . 2) Use the and keys to select the time you w ant the alarm to go o ff. 3) Sli de th e alarm [...]

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    GETTING START ED [18] www.uniden.com Turning o ff the Alarm When th e alarm is s et and th e selecte d time comes , the alarm tone rin gs for ten minutes. T o turn off th e alarm ton e , slid e the alarm switch to off , and then ALARM OFF appears on th e display . Snooze F eature T o stop the alarm tone temporarily , pr ess the snooze button. The a[...]

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    [19] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Basic Phone Setup There ar e five basic option s that you will need to set up: AutoT alk, CIDCW (Caller ID on Call W aiting), Area Cod e , Dial Mod e and Languag e . Activ a ting A utoT alk (on/off) AutoT alk allows you to answer th e phone simply by rem oving th e handset fr om the base . Y ou do n ot have to pr[...]

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    GETTING START ED [20] www.uniden.com 2) Pr ess the /vol/ key t o s e le ct CIDCW . 3) Press t he se lect key to toggle and turn on Caller ID on Call W aiting. 4) Pr ess the end key an d return th e handset to the base unit to complete th e setting. Th e handset r eturns to st andby m ode . Entering Y our A rea Code If you ente r a 3-digit area cod [...]

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    [21] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com 6) Pr ess the end k ey to complete the settin g. The han dset return s to standby m ode . Choosing the Dialing Mode (pulse vs . tone) Most ph one systems use ton e dialin g. However some ph one systems (such as in rur al areas) still use pulse dialin g. Y our Unid en phon e supports both tone and pulse di aling. [...]

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    GETTING START ED [22] www.uniden.com 3) Pr ess the select key t o s el ec t Eng . (En glish), Fr . (Fre nch) or Esp (Spanish). 4) Pr ess the end key to complete th e setting. The han dset returns to standby m ode . Selecting the Ring T one and V olume Y our phone has two differ ent rin ger ton es (A an d B) an d two differen t volumes f or each (lo[...]

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    [23] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Programming Memory Locations/Caller ID/Speed Dialing The speed di al mem ory allows you to stor e up to 10 n ames an d numbers in th e handset. Y ou can dial these n umbers with just a few key presses. The speed di al mem ory is not limited to ph one numbers . You can st ore any n umber (up to 20 digits) that you[...]

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    GETTING START ED [24] www.uniden.com If the selected speed di al n umber is alr eady assign ed, th e Edit screen appears. Y ou can select Edit to edit this en try , select Delete to er ase this entry , or select Go Back to choose another speed dial number . 4) Enter a n ame accor ding to th e instructi ons below , th en press th e select key . I f [...]

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    [25] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com For ex ample , to enter Mo vies . 1) Press 6 . Then press th e #/ → key to move th e cursor to the righ t. 2) Press 6 six times . 3) Press 8 six times . 4) Press 4 six times . 5) Press 3 five times. 6) Press 7 eigh t times . Entering pho ne numbers 1) Store Nu mber is displayed. The cur sor flashes in dicatin g[...]

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    GETTING START ED [26] www.uniden.com 3) Pr ess the mem key . Y ou will hear a conf irmation tone , and the followin g screen appears . Mem ory storage is complete . After about 2 secon ds, the f ollowing scr een displays all the speed dia l me mor y ent r ies. 4) Pr ess the end k ey to exit m emory setup m ode . The phon e return s to stan dby . St[...]

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    [27] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Caller ID and Caller ID on Call W aiting (CIDCW) Y ou must subscribe to Caller ID service th rough yo ur local telephone pr ovider t o use this featur e . Wh en the telepho ne rings , the Caller ID featur e allows you to vi ew the calle r's nam e , phone n umber , date and tim e of call (The d ate and tim e [...]

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    GETTING START ED [28] www.uniden.com When a private nu mber is rece ived Private Numb er When a unkn own nam e is received Unknown Name When a unknown number is r eceived Unknown Numb er Data errors appear as ¨ ¨. Viewing the Caller ID Messag e List 1) With th e phone in stan dby mod e , press the call id/menu key on the han dset. The summary scr[...]

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    [29] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Deleting Info rmation fr om the Caller ID List The cordless ph one stores up to 30 Caller ID n ames/numbers . If the phon e receives the 31st Caller ID, the oldest on e in the list is automa tically d eleted. Caller ID da t a c a n a ls o be dele te d ma nuall y . Deleting a Caller ID m essage 1) With th e phone [...]

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    USING THE WEATHER STATION [30] www.uniden.com Reading the W eather Display at the Base Exampl e of the stan dby mode disp lay The phase of the m oon The bar ometri c tren d The t id e level Outdoor temperatur e Ind oor temperatur e Time Alarm setting tim e We a t h e r f o r e c a s t Outdoor h umidity Ind oor humi dity Day of th e week and date US[...]

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    [31] USING THE WEATHER STATION www.uniden.com A. The W eather For ecast The W eather Forecast system displays the weat her type fo recasted for th e ne xt 12 hours to 24 hours . There are thr ee types of W eather: Sunny , Cloud y or Rainy . These weather types ar e displayed on the base with the i cons sh own below: B . The Barometric Tr end The b [...]

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    USING THE WEATHER STATION [32] www.uniden.com C. The Phases of the Moon The phases of th e moon system displays the curren t phase of the m oon using the 12 icons shown below . The phas es of the moon displayed depen d on th e date a nd tim e set on th e base; if an incorr ect date or tim e is set on the base, th e phases of th e moon may n ot disp[...]

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    [33] USING THE WEATHER STATION www.uniden.com D. The Tide Lev el The tid e level system displays the curr ent tid e level using the thr e e icon s shown below . The tid e level displayed depen ds on the date an d ti me set on the base; if an incorrect d ate or time is set on th e base , the tid e level may not display corr ectly . E. Indoor and Out[...]

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    USING THE WEATHER STATION [34] www.uniden.com Reading the W eather Data from the Handset Y ou can check the temper ature , humidity and we a the r fore c as t fro m the ha nd se t . 1) Remove th e handset from th e base. 2) With ph one in standby or talk m ode , press th e key on t he hand set. The display flash es Connecting ; the d ata from the b[...]

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    [35] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com Making and Receiving Calls Making a call 1) Remov e the handset fr om the base . 2) Pr ess the talk/flash key . 3) Listen f or the di al tone . 4) Dial th e number . OR 1) Remov e the handset fr om the base . 2) Dial th e number . 3) Pr ess the talk/flash key . Receiving a call 1) Rem ove the hand set from th e [...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [36] www.uniden.com Redialing the last dialed number 1) Rem ove the handset fr om the base . 2) Pr ess the tal k /f l as h key . 3) Listen for th e dial tone . 4) Pr ess the r edial/pause ke y . OR 1) Rem ove the handset fr om the base . 2) Pr ess the r edial/pause ke y . 3) Pr ess the tal k /f l as h key . Making Calls from Speed [...]

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    [37] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com Making a Call from the Caller ID List Y ou can place a call from the Caller ID list. 1) With th e phone is stan dby mod e , press the call id/menu ke y o n the han dset. Sele ct the phon e number that you wan t to dial by pressin g the /vol/ or /v ol/ ke y . 2) T o h ave the phone dial a 1 befor e the displayed [...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [38] www.uniden.com Usi ng a H e ad se t Headset installation Y our phone m ay be used with an optiona l headset, the U nid en HS910. Y our phon e is r eady f or hands-fr ee conversati ons. (Headset may be pur chased by calling the Uni den P arts Depa rtmen t or visiting th e web site. See pag e 47.) 1) Place the h eadset on your h[...]

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    [39] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com 1) Rem ove th e handset f rom th e base and place the h eadset on your head with the earpi ece over either ear . 2) Dial th e number . Receiving calls with the headset 1) Place the h eadset on your head with the earpiece over eith er ear and rem ove the handset from th e base . (If AutoT alk is on, the phon e wi[...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [40] www.uniden.com The Ultr aClear Plus TM true compand er circuitry virtually elimin ates backgr ound noise . This innovative technology , togeth er with 20 differen t channels , provi des you with the best possi ble reception durin g all your co n ve r sat io ns. note USING YOUR PHONE T one Dialing Switch-ov er If your telephon [...]

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    [41] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com Finding a Lost Handset T o locate the han dset, press th e find handset key o n the base . The handset beeps f or 60 secon ds. T o cancel paging, press an y key on the han dset, return the han dset to the base , or press the find handset key on the base . P aging is ca nceled autom atically wh en the ph one rece[...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [42] www.uniden.com V oice Mai l W aitin g Indicator If you subscribe to voice mail servi ce , you ca n use your cordless teleph one to access your voice m ailbo x. The cha rge /in use LED on th e ba se of your ph one flas h es whenever you have mess ages waiting in your voi ce mailbox. Just dial th e access number suppli ed by you[...]

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    [43] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com ADDITIONAL INFORM A TION Changing the Digital Security Code T o protect you against misbilled calls whi ch mig h t r esult fr om your phone bein g activated by other equipm ent, the cor dless phon e provi des AutoS ec ure TM (which electrically locks your phon e when th e handset is in th e base) and Rando[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [44] www.uniden.com Note on P ower Sources Low battery a lert (Handset) When th e battery pack is very low and n eeds to be charg ed, th e phon e is progr ammed to elimin ate functi ons in or der to sa ve power . If the ph one is n ot in use , Low Battery appears on the LCD an d none o f the k eys will opera te. If the ph one[...]

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    [45] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Battery repl acement and handling (Handset) When th e operatin g time becom es short even after a batte ry is rechar ged , please replace the battery .With normal usag e , your battery should last about one year . Please contac t your place of pu rchase or th e Un i den Parts Departmen t for a replacemen t[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [46] www.uniden.com Cleaning the battery char ging contacts T o maintain a g ood charge , clean the chargin g contacts on the han d set once a m onth.Dampen a cloth with pl ain water . Gen tly rub the d amp cloth over the char ging contacts un til all visible dirt is re moved . Dry th e contacts th oroughly bef ore r eturning[...]

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    [47] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com General Information The ph one compli es with FCC Parts 15 and 68. Operatin g temperatu re: -10° C to +50°C (+14° F to +122°F) (f or Base & Han dset) Operatin g temperatu re: -20° C to +60°C (-4° F to +140°F) (f or Outdoor W eather Sensor) AC A dapter Inform ation AC Ada pt e r p ar t num be r:[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [48] www.uniden.com Troubleshooting If your phon e is not performin g to your ex pectati ons, please try th ese simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The charg e/in use LED won 't illuminate wh en the hand set is placed in th e base . • Mak e sure the A C adapter is plu gged into th e base and w all outlet. • Mak e [...]

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    [49] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Symptom Suggestion The han dset doesn't ring or rec e iv e a p ag e. • The battery pack m ay be weak. Charge th e battery for 15-20 hours . • T he h and se t ma y b e t oo far from t he b as e u ni t. • Place th e base unit aw ay from appli ances or metal objects. • Chang e the di gital securi[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [50] www.uniden.com V oice M essag e Indi cation d oes not w or k. • Contact your loc al telephon e company to make sure that your te lephon e receives FSK m essag e sign aling. • Reset the in dicator by pr essing an d holding the find handset key fo r 5 se co nds. The outd oor temper ature an d humi dity doesn't app[...]

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    [51] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moistur e and liqui d can dam age your c ordless phon e and outd oor we a the r se ns or . I n c as e o f acciden tal submersi on, please follow these steps . Case Action If the han dset, base or outdoor weath er sensor is e xposed to moisture or liqui d, but it only affects the e xterior pla[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [52] www.uniden.com Precautions! Befor e you rea d anythin g else , please ob serve the followin g: War n i n g ! Uniden America Corporation DOES NO T represent this unit to be waterp roof. T o redu ce the risk of f ire , electri cal sho ck, or dam age t o the unit, DO NOT e xpose this unit to rain or moisture. Rechargeable N[...]

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    [53] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com T elephone Line Problems The FCC has granted the telephone company the right to disconnect servic e in the event th at your phone causes problem s on the telep hone line . Also, the tele phone comp any may mak e chang es in faciliti es and servic es which m ay affect the oper ation o f your unit. H owever [...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMAT ION [ 5 4 ] www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipmen t meets the appli cable Industry Canad a T erminal Equipm ent T echnical Specificati ons . This is confirmed by th e registr ation n umber . The ab breviati on , IC, be fore the reg is tra tio n nu mb er sig ni fie s t h at registr ation w as perfor[...]

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    [55] www.uniden.com Index A AC adapter inf ormation . . . . . . . 4 7 Access the weath er data fr om the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Alarm clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 AutoT alk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 B Base display icons . . . . . . . . . . 3 0 Basic ph one setup . . . . . . . . . . 19 Battery pack (handset ) [...]

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    [56] C U T C U T C U T C U T MEMORY L OCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 1 * 2 3 4 5 MEMORY L OCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 6 7 8 9 10 MEMORY L OCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 1 * 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 MEMORY L OCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location Memory List UP033BH_EXI7246C.book Page 56 Wedne[...]

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    [57] www.uniden.com Memo UP033BH_EXI7246C.book Page 57 Wednesday, June 16, 2004 2:1 4 PM[...]

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    At Uniden, we'll take care o f you! If you need any assistance with this pro du ct, please call our Customer H otline at 1-800-297-1023 or visit our web site at www .uniden.com PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE PLA CE OF PURCHASE. Our Uni den repr esentatives will be happy to help you with any ma tters regardin g the oper ation of this [...]

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    UCZZ01435EZ ©2004 Uniden America Corporation, Fort W orth, T exas. Contains additional foreign articles. Custom manufactured in China. THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT . REGISTER ONLINE TODA Y! FOR ACCESSORIES, GO ONLINE @ WWW .UNIDEN.COM[...]