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    EXI 4246[...]

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    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE [1] www.uniden.com QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE EXI4246 Make sure yo ur cord le ss pho ne's packagin g incl udes th e foll owing item s. Base Handset AC adapter Belt Clip Rechargeable battery T elephone cord Also inclu ded: • Owner' s manual Plug the other end into the telephone w all jack. Plug one en d of th e telephon [...]

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    [2] QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE www.uniden.com EXI4246 Asegúr ese de que haya recibid o los siguien tes artículos en el paquete Base Receptor Adapt ado r CA Pinz a para la correa Pila reca rgabl e Cable telefóni co Adem ás va i nclu ido: • Manua l de l us uar io Conecte el otro e xtremo en el ench ufe telefóni co de la par ed. Al enchufe telefóni[...]

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    [3] www.uniden.com Contents QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE 1 W elcome/F eatures 4 Controls and Functions 5 T erms Used in this Manual 6 Accessibility 7 Installing the Ph one 8 A. Ch oose the Best Location 8 B . Install the Rechar geable Battery P ack into th e Handset 9 C. Connect th e Base Unit an d Charg e the Han dset 10 D. Moun t the Base Unit o n a W a[...]

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    [4] www.uniden.com We l c o m e Fe a t u r e s • 2.4GHz Extend ed Range T echno logy • Caller ID/Caller ID on Call W aiting • 3-Line Backlit LCD • T rilingual M enu Displays • 30 Caller ID M emory • 10 Number M emory Di aling • Last Number Redi al • T one/Pulse Dialin g •F i n d H a n d s e t K e y • Earpi ece/Ringer V olume Con[...]

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    CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS [ 5 ] www.uniden.com 7 6 9 8 10 11 12 18 16 15 17 19 13 14 5 1 2 3 4 Controls and Functions CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 1. Handset an tenna 2. Jack f or optional h eadset 3. Beltclip hole 4. Ringer speak er 5. H andset battery compartm ent 6. Han dset ear piece 7. LCD display 8. / /vo l/ (earpi ece volume , ring er volume an d[...]

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    [6] TERMS USED IN THIS MANUAL www.uniden.com 21 20 23 24 22 TERMS USED IN THIS MANUAL 20. Base chargin g contacts 21. Find h s key (pages 21 an d 32) 22. Charg e/in use and VMWI (V oice M ail W aiting In dicator) LED 23. DC IN 9V jack 24. T elephon e line jack T erms Used in this Manual • Standby M ode - The han dset may be sitting in or o ff the[...]

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    ACCESSIBILITY [ 7 ] www.uniden.com Accessibility Uni den provi des a customer service h otline for accessibilit y question s. If you have a dis ability and n eed customer service assistan ce or if you have an y questions about how Uni den's pr odu cts accommodat e persons with dis abilities , please call the accessibility voi ce/TTY line: 1-80[...]

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    [8] INSTALLING THE PHONE www.uniden.com Installing the Phone Do the following steps: A. Choo se the Best Lo cation B . Install the Rechar geable Battery P ack into the H andset C. Conn ect the Bas e Unit an d Charg e the Ha ndset D. Moun t the Base Unit on a W all A. Choose the Best Location When ch oosing a location f or your new phon e , here ar [...]

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    INSTALLING THE PHONE [9] 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 echarg es automati cally when th e handset is placed in the base unit. 1) Press d own on the handset battery case cover (use th e fing er ind enti on for a better grip) and sli [...]

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    [10] INSTALLI NG THE PHONE www.uniden.com C. Connect the Base Unit and Charge the Handset 1) Conn ect the A C adapter to th e DC IN 9V jack and to a stand ard 12 0V AC wa ll outlet. 2) Place th e handset in the base unit with the keypad fac ing for war d. 3) Mak e sure th e charge/in use LED illumin ates. If the LED d oes not illumin ate , check to[...]

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    INSTALLING THE PH ONE [11] www.uniden.com D. Mount the Base Unit on a W all Standard w all plate mounting This phon e can be mounted on an y stand ard wall plate . 1) Plug th e AC ad apter to the DC IN 9V jack. 2) Plug th e AC adapter into a stan dard 120V AC w all outlet. 3) Plug th e telephon e line cor d into th e TEL LINE jack. 4) Plug th e tel[...]

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    [12] INSTALLI NG THE PHONE www.uniden.com Direct w all mounting If you don't have a stan dard w all plate, you can m ount your ph one directly to the w all. Befor e doin g this, con sid er the f ollowing: • Avoid electri cal cables, pipes, or other item s behind th e moun ting location that could cause a hazar d when insertin g screws int o [...]

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    INSTALLING THE PH ONE [13] www.uniden.com Headset Installation Y our phone m ay be used with an optio nal h eadset. T o use this feature , insert th e headset plug into th e headset jack. Y our phon e is r eady f or han ds-free conversati ons . (Headsets m ay be purchased by visiting ou r websit e at www .unid en.com or by calling our P arts Depart[...]

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    [14] BASIC SETUP www.uniden.com Basic 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, Di al Mod e and Lan guage . Activ ating AutoT alk AutoT alk allows you to answer th e phone simply by removin g the han dset fr om the base . Y ou do n ot have to pr ess any keys . 1) W[...]

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    BASIC SETUP [15] www.uniden.com 2) Press th e /v ol/ key to se l ec t CIDCW . 3) Press th e select k ey to toggle and turn on Caller ID on Call W aiting. 4) Press th e end key an d return the han dset to the base unit to complete the set ting. The handset r eturns to stan dby mod e . Entering Y our A rea Code If you can m ake a call b y dialin g on[...]

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    [16] BASIC SETUP www.uniden.com Choosing the Dialing Mode Y our phone can comm unicate with th e telephon e network in two differ ent ways: t one dial ing and pulse di aling. Th ese days, m ost phon e networks use a meth od called tone dialin g, so your phon e comes progr ammed f or tone di aling. If your ph one compan y uses pulse dial ing, y ou&a[...]

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    BASIC SETUP [17] www.uniden.com 3) Press th e select key to s el ec t Eng , Fr. or Esp. 4) Pr ess the end k ey to complete th e setting. Th e handset r eturns to standby m ode . Selecting the Ring T one and V olume Y our phone has five differ ent ring er tone /volume combin ations you can ch oose from. 1) With th e phone in stan dby mode , press th[...]

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    [18] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com Using Y our Phone Making and Receiving Calls Making a call 1) Remov e the handset fr om the base . 2) Press th e talk/flash key . 3) Listen f or the dial ton e . 4) Dial th e number . OR 1) Remov e the handset fr om the base . 2) Dial th e number . 3) Press th e talk/flash key . Receiving a call 1) Remo ve the h[...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [19] www.uniden.com Redialing the La st Dialed Numb er 1) Rem ove the handset fr om the base . 2) Press th e tal k /f l a sh key . 3) Listen for th e dial tone . 4) Press th e redial /pause ke y . OR 1) Rem ove the handset fr om the base . 2) Press th e redial /pause ke y . 3) Press th e tal k /f l a sh key . Adjusting the Earpiece[...]

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    [20] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com The Ultr aClear Plus TM true compand er circuitry virtually elimin ates backgr ound n oise . This innovative technology , togeth er with 20 di ff erent ch an nel s, provi des you with the best poss ible reception durin g all your co n ve rsa t ion s. note T one Dialing Switch-over If your telephon e company r eq[...]

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    USING YOUR PHONE [21] www.uniden.com Find Handset T o locate the handset, press th e find hs key on th e base. The handset beeps f or 60 seconds . T o cancel paging, pr ess any key on th e handset or th e find hs key on th e base, or r eturn the han dset to the base . P aging is also canceled wh en th e phon e receives an in comin g call. Using Cal[...]

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    [22] USING YOUR PHONE www.uniden.com V oice Mail W aiting Indicator If you subscribe to voice m ail service , you ca n use your cordless tele ph one to access your voice mailbo x. The charge/in use LED on th e base of your phon e flashes when ever you have messag es waiting in your voice mailbo x. Just dial th e access number suppli ed by your voic[...]

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    USING THE SPEED DIAL MEMORY [23] www.uniden.com Using the Speed Dial Memory The speed di al mem ory allows you to store u p to 10 nam es and n umbers in the han dset. Y ou can dial these n umbers with just a few key pr esses. The speed di al memory is n ot limited to phon e numbers . Y ou can store an y number (up to 20 digits) that you n eed to en[...]

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    [24] USING THE SPEED DIAL MEMORY www.uniden.com 4) Enter a n ame accordin g to the instru ction s below , then press th e select key . I f no name i s requir ed, go to step 5. • The n ame can be up to 13 charac ters. •U s e t h e #/ and * /tone/ k eys to move the cursor to th e desi red location. •U s e t h e delete/chan key to delet e charac[...]

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    USING THE SPEED DIAL MEMORY [25] www.uniden.com 5) Store Number is displayed. The curs or flashes in dicating that the phon e is ready f or the n umber to be entered . 6) Use th e keypad to enter the phon e number; each number can be up to 20 di gits. If you need th e phon e to pause durin g the dialin g sequen ce, pr ess the redial/pause ke y to i[...]

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    [26] USING THE SPEED DIAL MEMORY www.uniden.com Storing Ca ller ID Messages in Speed Di al Memory Messag es (Caller ID names/numbers) shown in th e Caller ID list can be stored in mem ory dialin g. For instru ction s on viewing th e Caller ID Messag e list, see page 29. 1) Press th e call id/menu key . Select the phone n umber to be stored from th [...]

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    USING THE SPEED DIAL MEMORY [27] www.uniden.com Making Calls from Speed Dial Memory 1) Press th e memory key . The handset displays your pr ogrammed speed dial number . 2) Enter the n umber ( 0 - 9 ), or press th e /vol/ or /vol/ key to select the speed di al number you would l ike to di al. 3) Press th e talk/flash ke y . Talk and th e number sele[...]

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    [28] CALLER ID AND CIDCW (CALLER ID ON CALL WAITING) www.uniden.com Caller ID and CIDCW (Caller ID on Call W aiting) Y ou must subscribe to Caller ID service th rough yo ur local telephone pr ovider to use this featur e . When th e telephon e rings, the Caller ID feature allows you to view th e caller’s nam e , phone n umber , date and tim e of c[...]

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    CALLER ID AND CIDCW (CALLER ID ON CALL WAIT ING) [29] www.uniden.com Viewing the Caller ID Messag e List The Caller ID list stor es inform ation for up to 30 incoming calls - even un answered calls . Y ou can also view the Caller ID list during a call. 1) Press th e call id/menu key . The summary screen displays th e numb er of n ew mes sag es and [...]

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    [30] CALLER ID AND CIDCW (CALLER ID ON CALL WAITING) www.uniden.com Deleting Info rmation fr om the Caller ID List If the ph one receives m ore Caller ID mess ages than it can store , the oldest one in th e list is au to ma tic al ly de l et ed. C al le r ID da ta can also be deleted m anually . Deleting a Caller ID m essage 1) Press th e call id/m[...]

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    CALLER ID AND CIDCW (CALLER ID ON CALL WAIT ING) [31] www.uniden.com Making a Call from the Caller ID List Y ou can place a call from th e Caller ID list. 1) Press th e call id/menu key in stan dby mode . Select the ph one number that you wan t to dial by pressin g the /vol/ or / vol / key. 2) T o have the phon e dial a 1 befor e the displayed Call[...]

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    [32] CHANGING THE DIGITAL SECURITY CODE www.uniden.com Changing the Digital Security Code T o protect you against misbilled calls whi ch migh t result fr om your phone bein g activated by other equipm ent, th e cordless ph one pr ovides Auto S ec ure TM (which electrically locks your phon e when th e handset is in th e base) and Random Code TM di g[...]

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    NOTE ON POWER SOURCES [33] www.uniden.com Note on P ower Sources Low battery a lert When th e battery pack is very low and n eeds to be charg ed, the ph one is progr ammed to elimin ate function s in ord er to save power . If the phon e is not in use , Low Battery appears on the LCD an d none o f the k eys will operate . If the ph one is in use , L[...]

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    [34] NOTE ON POWER SOURCES www.uniden.com T alk and Standby Times With averag e use , your handset battery provi des appro xim ately 6 h ours of talk tim e and appro ximatel y 7 days of standby tim e. Wh en your handset is not bein g used and is left off o f the char ging cr adle, the battery will gr adua lly discharg e. Y ou can achieve optimum ba[...]

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    GENERAL INFORMATION [35] www.uniden.com General Information The ph one complies with FCC Parts 15 an d 68. Operatin g temperatur e: -10°C to +50 °C (+14°F to +122 °F) AC A dapter Information AC A dapter part nu mber: AD-0001 Input V oltage: 120V AC 60Hz Output V oltage: 9V DC 210 mA Battery Info rmation Battery part n umber: B T -905 B T -1006 [...]

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    [36] TROUBLESHO OTING www.uniden.com Troubleshooting If your phon e is not performin g to your expectation s, please try these simple steps first. If these steps do not solve your problem, please call o ur Customer H otline at 1-800- 297-1023. (M on - Fri 7 am to 7 pm, Sat/Sun 9 am to 5 pm, CST . Phon e support is closed on holid ays.) Symptom Sugg[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING [37] www.uniden.com Symptom Suggestion The han dset doesn't ring or rec e iv e a p ag e. • The battery pack may be weak. Charg e the battery f or 15-20 hours. • The handset m ay be too far from th e base unit. • Place the base unit away fr om applian ces or me tal objects. • Change th e digital security cod e (see page [...]

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    [38] TROUBLESHO OTING www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moistur e and liqui d can damag e your cordless ph one . In case of accid ental submersi on, please follow these steps. Case Action If the han dset or base is exposed to moistur e or liquid , but it only affects the exteri or plastic h ousing. Wipe off th e liquid , and use as n ormal. If moistur e[...]

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    PRECAUTIONS & WARRAN TY [39] www.uniden.com Precautions! Before you read anything else, please ob serve the following: Wa r n i n g ! Uniden America Corporation DOES NO T represent this unit to be wate rp roof. To reduce the ris k of fire, e lec tr ica l sho ck, or dama ge to the unit, DO NO T expose this unit to rain or moisture. Rechargeable [...]

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    [40] PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY www.uniden.com This de vice compli es with part 15 of the F CC rules. Op erati on is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This devi ce may not cause harmful interferen ce, and (2) This d evice must accept any interference received, includin g interference that may cause unde sired operati on. Privacy of comm [...]

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    I.C. NOTICE [41] www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipm ent meets th e applicable Ind ustry Canada T erminal Equipmen t T echnical Specifi cations . This is confirmed by th e registr ation n umber . The abbrevi ation, I C, befor e the registr ation n umber sig nifies that registr ation w as perform ed based on a Declarat[...]

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    [42] INDEX www.uniden.com Index A AC adapter inf ormation . . . . . . . 35 B Basic setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Battery pack Inform ation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Preparin g and chargin g . . . . . . 9 Replacemen t and handling . . . 33 Beltclip installation . . . . . . . . . 12 C Call waiting [...]

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    [43] www.uniden.com Memory List C U T C U T C U T C U T MEMOR Y LOCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 1 * 2 3 4 5 MEMOR Y LOCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 6 7 8 9 10 MEMOR Y LOCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location 1 * 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 MEMOR Y LOCA TION MEMO Phone Number Name Memory Location UP078.book Page 43 T[...]

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    [44] www.uniden.com Memo UP078.book Page 44 Thursday, Decem ber 14, 2006 1:58 PM[...]

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    At Uniden, we'll take care of you! Thank you f or purchasin g a Unid en prod uct. If you have an y questions or pr oblems , please do not r eturn this pr oduct to the place o f purchase . Having Tr ouble? Our customer car e specialists ar e here to h elp you! Visit our website at www . unid en.com or call our Customer H otline at 1-800-297-102[...]

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