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    [1] www.uniden.com Contents W ELCOME/F EATURES 2 T ERMINOLOGY 3 CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS 4 DISPLAY AND ICONS 6 SOFT KEY F UNCTION 8 GETTING ST ARTED 9 Setting up the Phone 9 Mountin g the Base Unit on a W all 13 Main Menu Op tions 15 Settin g Men u Opti ons 16 BASICS 33 Making an d Receiving Calls 33 Flash and Call Waitin g 34 Placing a Call on Hol[...]

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    WELCOME/FEATURE S [2] www.uniden.com Congr atulation s on your pur chase o f th e U nid en Multi-H andset Cor dless System telephone . This un it is different fr om convention al cordless telephones . When the base unit is connected to AC power and a telephon e line , i t can support up to 10 handsets. Y ou can now p lace a fully-featur ed cordless[...]

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    [3] TERMINOLOGY www.uniden.com This series features AutoTalk ™ and Aut oStandb y ™ . AutoT alk allo ws you to answer a call by just rem oving the han dset fr om the cr adle so you d on't have to waste tim e pushin g buttons . A utoStandby al lows you to hang up by simply returnin g the handset to the cr adle . T o protect yo u again st mis[...]

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    CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS [4] www.uniden.com Controls & Functions 1. Handset An tenna 2. Beltclip Hole 3. Speakerphon e Speaker and Rin ger 4. Handset Battery Compartmen t 5. New Mess age LED 6. Handset Earpiece 7. LCD Display 8. soft Keys (P . 8) 9. cid/v ol/ (volume up) (P . 37 & 1 6) 10. redial/p/vol / (volume d own) (P . 35, 33, 16 &[...]

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    [5] CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS www.uniden.com 25 26 24 33 34 31 30 29 28 27 40 41 22 23 32 36 37 38 39 35 22. In use LED 23. play/st op (P . 59) 24. cid / exi t (P . 51) 25. Charg e LED 26. Base Char ging Con tacts 27. delete message (P . 60) 28. mic (microph one) 29. answer on/o ff (P . 57) 30. do not disturb (P . 37)/DND LED 31. /tone (P . 39) 32. [...]

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    DISPLAY AND ICONS [6] www.uniden.com Display and Icons Exam ple o f th e stan dby m ode display • Handset •Base * appears if you have a new mess age . appears if you turn your answering system off. ** appears when the m essage stor age is full. appears if you set your answerin g system to announ ce only . ICON Appears During DESCRIPTION Standby[...]

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    [7] DISPLAY AND ICONS www.uniden.com Animat ion Displa ys (Handset only) The handsets have a vari ety of anim ation displays. Below are ex amples of th e animation scr ee ns an d what they m ean: T urnin g on th e phon e Han ging up th e pho ne Confirm ation (Do ne!) Deletin g (Deleted!) Mak ing a c al l Fi nd Ha nds et /Pag ing the Ha ndse t Also,[...]

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    SOFT KEY FUNCTION [8] www.uniden.com Soft Key Function "Soft" k eys are keys that chan ge functi on during th e operation o f the phon e. Th er e are thr ee soft keys on the base and thr ee on each han dset. The fun ction of each so ft key is d etermine d by the i con that appears dir ectly above it. For e xampl e , when the ba se is in s[...]

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    [9] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting up the Phone A. Choose the best location When ch oosing a locati on for your n ew phon e , he re ar e some impo rtant gui delin es you sh ould con si der: • The location sh ould be close to both a phon e jack and a contin uous power outlet (one which is n ot connected to a switch ). • The base and han [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [10] www.uniden.com B . Install the rechargeable batter y pack into th e handset, and charge f or at least 15-20 hours befor e using! The h andset is po wered by a rech arg eable battery pack. Th e battery r echar ges automati cally when th e handse t is placed in the base unit . T o maximize th e charg e capacity o f your battery [...]

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    [11] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Low battery alert When th e battery pack is very low , the phon e is progra mmed to elimin ate functi ons in ord er to save power . The battery pack needs to be char ged when: - The empty battery i con appears . - Low Batter y appears in the display . If the p hon e is in standby m od e , non e of k eys will oper[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [12] www.uniden.com C. Connect the base unit 1) Conn ect the A C adapter to th e DC IN 9V jack an d to a stand ard 120V AC w all outlet. Conn ect the A C ad apter to a con tinuous power supply (i.e ., an outlet that is not con trolled by a switch). 2) Set the base on a de sk or tabletop, and place th e handset in th e base unit. Pl[...]

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    [13] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Mounting the Base Unit on a W all Standard wall plate mounting This ph one ca n be mou nted on any stan dard w all plate . 1) Make th e A C adapter an d the teleph one lin e cord through the h ole on the w all moun t adapter . 2) Plug the AC ad apter into the DC IN 9V jack. 3) Plug the teleph one lin e cord in to[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [14] www.uniden.com Direct w all mounting If you do n't have a stan dar d w all plate , you can moun t your ph one dir ectly to th e wall. Befor e doing this, con sider th e followin g: • Avoi d electrical cables, pipes, or oth er items behin d the m ount ing locati on that could cause a hazard wh en insertin g screws into t[...]

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    [15] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Main Menu Options Y our phon e has seven m ain men u options : Dire ctLink Mode , Room Monitor , Handset Setup, Base Setup, Answ . Setup, Global Setu p and Der egister HS . Y ou can chan ge R oom Monitor , Answering Setu p , and Global Setup settings from th e base or fr om an y handse t. DirectLink Mode , Handse[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [16] www.uniden.com Setting Menu Options Entering the Menu 1) In standby m ode , press th e MENU soft key . 2) Use v olume up/down to m ove th e pointer to a d esired main m enu (DirectLin k Mod e , Room Monitor , Han dset Setup, Base Se tup, Answ . Setup, Glo bal Setup, an d Deregi ster HS). 3) Press th e OK soft k ey to select th[...]

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    [17] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com DirectLink Mode (Handset only) In DirectLink m ode , a pair of han dsets ca n fun ction as two-w ay radi os. DirectLink Mod e allows two handsets to comm unicate wi th each oth er with out the base unit or a teleph one lin e. U se th em at sportin g even ts or while shopp ing to stay in con tact with family m emb[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [18] www.uniden.com Room/Baby Monitor This featur e allows you to m onitor sound s in an oth er r oom. Place th e base or a handset in the r oom you wish to monitor; it wil l functi on as a mic rop hone. A se co nd h and se t c a n b e set to functi on as a r emote speak er , allowin g you to m onitor sounds in th e roo m. Using Ro[...]

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    [19] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Handset Setup / Base Setup The followi ng subm enu opti ons m ust be set separ ately for each han dset and th e base . Selecting a Ringer V olume Ring er volu me lets you choose from one of thr ee ringer volumes . From the handset 1) Press the MENU soft k ey . Select the H andset Setup me nu, and th en the Ring e[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [20] www.uniden.com 1) Enter the Han dset Setup m enu, an d then the Rin ger T ones subm enu (see "En terin g th e Men u" on pag e 16). 2) Pres s volum e up/do wn to move th e pointer . Y ou will hear th e ringer or m elod y as you scr oll throug h the option s. 3) Press th e OK soft k ey . Y ou will he ar a confirma tion[...]

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    [21] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting the AutoT alk (Handset Only) AutoT alk allows you to answe r the ph one simply by r em oving th e han dset from the cradle . Y ou do no t have to press any button s to an swer the call. 1) Enter the H andset Setup m enu, an d then th e AutoT alk submenu (see "En tering the M e nu" on pag e 16). [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [22] www.uniden.com Setting the T rue Banner (Handset onl y) T rue Banner lets you customize the name your han dset displays. The n a m e will be displayed on th e LCD screen d uring Standby M od e , In tercom, Inter com Hold, Room Monitor and Copy Phonebook operation. The bann er name will be displayed on the receivin g handset as[...]

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    [23] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Adjusting the LCD Contr ast Co ntra st a dj us ts t he h and se t LC D b r ight ness. C hoo se o ne f rom the 1 0 l ev e ls for optimum viewing. 1) Enter the H andset Setup or th e Base Setu p men u , an d then th e LCD Contr ast (for handset) or the Con trast (f or base) submen u (see "Entering the Men u&qu[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [24] www.uniden.com Setting the Animation Scr een (Handset Only) The Anim ation Scr een displays animati on on th e handset LCD (see pag e 7). Th e animat ion s will be displayed on th e LCD screen durin g a call, rin ger volu me settin g, paging oper ation, when you hang u p and so on. 1) Enter the H andset Setup men u, and th en [...]

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    [25] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com 3) P osition yourself near th e base microph one an d record your gr eeting. 4) When you are finish ed r ecording, pr ess the ST OP soft k ey . Y our greeting will playback f or confirma tion. Selecting Y our Gr eeting (Base only) Select Gr eeting allows you t o choose be tween the two outgoi ng m essa ges , a pr[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [26] www.uniden.com 3) Press th e OK soft k ey . Y ou will he ar a confirma tion ton e. Setting the Ring Time Ring Tim e allows you to set the n u mber of ring s the c all e r he ar s b efo re y ou r answerin g system plays the outg oing m essag e. Y ou can set the rin g time to an s wer after two, fo ur , or six rin gs. If you en [...]

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    [27] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting the Message Alert On or Off Mess age Alert sounds an alert ton e when you have an unhear d mess age . If you set the M essag e Alert on, th e alert ton e will sound ev ery 15 secon ds wh en a n ew messag e is received. 1) Enter the An sw . Setup men u, and th en the Mess age Alert submenu (see "Enter[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [28] www.uniden.com Setting the Language o f you r Answering Sy stem Langu age allows you to set the lan guag e of your an swering system ann ouncemen ts to English, Fren ch, or Spanish. 1) Enter the Answ . Setup men u option, an d then th e Langu age submen u (see "Enterin g the M enu" on page 16 ). 2) Pres s volum e up/[...]

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    [29] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Global Setup If you chan ge on e o f the glob al settings , you chang e that setting for all ad ditional handsets . Only one handset can chan ge global setting s at a time . Setting Day and Time Day & Time sets th e day an d time of your display . 1) Enter the Global Setup me nu, an d then th e Day & Time[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [30] www.uniden.com Setting CIDCW (Cal ler ID on Call W aiting) CIDCW sets the Caller ID on Call W aiting (CIDCW) displays the n ame an d number o f an incoming call while you are on the line . Call Wa iting Deluxe (CWDX) allo ws you to hand le call w aiting calls in seven d iffere nt w ays . 1) Enter the Global Setup menu, and th [...]

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    [31] GETTING STARTED www.uniden.com Setting the Dial Mode Dial M ode sets the di al mod e to tone or pulse . Most ph one systems use ton e di aling; the d efault settin g is tone dialin g. Set the di aling m ode to m atch the di aling system used by your loca l phon e service . • If you are not sur e of your dialin g system, set th e unit to ton [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [32] www.uniden.com De-register the Hand set (Handset o nly) Deregister th e handset's ID from the m a in base unit or the base ID fr om the handset. Use this option, for e xample , wh en you change th e digital security code (see pag e 74). 1) In standby m ode , select Dere gister HS in the m en u and press the OK so ft key .[...]

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    [33] BASICS www.uniden.com Making and Receiving Calls This handset has a built-in sp eakerph one that allows you to have a hands-fr ee conversati on. T his feature allows you to easily communi cate while performin g other tasks , such as cookin g. appears on the display durin g hands-fr ee conversation s. Y ou can easily switch a call fr om norm al[...]

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    BASICS [34] www.uniden.com Flash and Call W aiting If you have Call W ai ting service an d a call waiting tone soun ds while you are on a call, pr ess talk/flash on the han d set or flash/find hs on th e base to accept the w aitin g call. Ther e is a short pause , and the n you will hear th e new caller . T o return to th e origin al caller , pre s[...]

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    [35] BASICS www.uniden.com Redialing a Call The last thr ee ph one n umbers dialed can be qui ckly r ediale d from the han dset or base . 1) With the ph one i n standby mod e , press redi al / p/ vo l/ on the handset or th e REDIAL so ft key on th e base . 2) Pres s volum e up/down . Each press o f volume up/do wn will disp lay on e of th e last th[...]

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    BASICS [36] www.uniden.com Storing a Redial Record (fr om the handset only) 1) Press r e dial/p/vo l/ in stan dby mod e . 2) Press v olume up/dow n repeatedl y to display the n umber to be stor ed. 3) Press th e EDIT so ft key ,, then select Store int o PB? , and th en the OK so ft key . 4) T o complete th e settin g, foll ow the steps 3-8 in "[...]

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    [37] BASICS www.uniden.com Adjusting the Earpiece and Speaker V olume Earpiece and Speaker V olume Y ou can sel ect from am ong of six volume levels on the handset, and ten levels on th e base . Pressin g vol um e up/down on th e handset or base d uring a call will chang e the earpi ece or speaker v olume . This settin g will rem ain in effect afte[...]

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    BASICS [38] www.uniden.com If you press answer on/o ff wh en the DND an d the an swering sy stem is on, bo th of th e DND an d th e answ erin g system will turn o ff. T o mute the rin ger ton e temporarily for each han dset or the base , when the phon e is ringi ng, pr ess end or the MUTE so ft key on th e handset or th e base . The ring er tone wi[...]

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    [39] BASICS www.uniden.com T one Dialing Switch-over Some telephon e companies use equipment that requi res pulse di aling (someti mes r eferr ed to as rotary diali ng). If yo u need to en ter tone di aling di gits, you can switch to tone di aling durin g th e call. This featur e is useful wh en you n eed ton e di aling to use automated system s. F[...]

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    BASICS [40] www.uniden.com Privacy Mode Privacy Mod e pr even ts interrup tion fr om oth er register ed handsets or th e base . This work s only when the pho ne is in use . 1) Press th e MENU soft k ey on the handset or base during talk mode . 2) Pr ess v olume up/do wn to move th e pointer to Privacy Mode and th en the OK so ft key . Privacy Mod e[...]

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    [41] BASICS www.uniden.com When speaking on the base 1) Press t alk/flash or speaker on the han dset to initiate t he 3 o r 4-confer ence call. 2) T o hang up, r eturn the han dset to th e cradle , or press en d on the han dset. Th e base will still be connected to th e call. BASICS[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [42] www.uniden.com Phonebook (S toring Phone Numb ers, Names, Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial) Y ou can store nam es and numbers i n your phon e’s phone book, search for n am es alphabeti cally , and di al phon ebook en tries wi th just a few k ey presse s. Y ou can store up to 100 n umbers in the base and up to 100 ad diti onal n umb[...]

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    [43] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com 6) If you store th e ph oneb ook entr y from the han dset, Distinctive Ring appears . Press v olume up/down to move th e pointer to one o f the Distin ctive Rin g option s and then pr ess the OK soft k ey . 7) Speed Dial appears . Press v olume up/d own to m ove the point er to select th e Speed Di al locati on (10 lo [...]

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    PHONEBOOK [44] www.uniden.com Steps for Entering Name s and Special Characters Refer to the letters on th e number ke ys to se lect th e desir ed charac ters . With each press of a numb er ke y ( 0 - 9 ), th e displayed char acter appears in th e follo wing or de r:Upper case letters first, lower case letters ne xt and fin ally th e number corr esp[...]

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    [45] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com For ex ample, to en ter Movies : 1) When th e pho ne is i n standby mod e , press phone book and th e STORE so ft key . Store/Edit Name appears. 2) Press 6 on ce , an d then press #/ > to m ove the cursor to the ri ght. 3) Press 6 six time s. 4) Press 8 six time s. 5) Press 4 six time s. 6) Press 3 five times. 7) Pr[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [46] www.uniden.com V iewing the Phonebook Y our phon e stores n ames/n umbers in the ph onebook m emory en tri es, an d you can search nam es in alphabetical or der . Y ou can vi ew the phon e book even while the phone is in use . 1) Press phonebook . If you open th e pho neboo k durin g a call, only th e BACK soft ke y will ap pear . 2)[...]

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    [47] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Making Calls Using the Phonebook From Standby Mode 1) When the ph one is in standby m ode , select th e phon ebook en try you want to di al (see "Viewing th e Phon ebook" on page 46). 2) Press t alk/flash or speaker on the han dset or speaker on the base . The displayed n umber is di aled . 3) T o han g up pr[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [48] www.uniden.com Editing or Erasing a Phonebook Entry 1) When th e phon e is in standby m od e , pre ss phoneboo k . 2) Press volume up/down , or th e number keypad to se lect the ph onebook en try you wan t to edit or delete . (see "Vi ewing the Ph onebook" on pag e 46). a. Editin g the Stor ed Data 1) When the ph o nebook e[...]

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    [49] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Copying Phonebook Entries Copy Ph onebook all ows you to tr ansfer stored p hon ebook en tries f rom han d set to handset or from base to handset (or fr om hand set to base) without havin g to man ually re -enter nam e s and n umbers. Y ou can tran sfer one me mory (phon eb ook entr ies) at a tim e , or all memory en t[...]

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    CALLER ID [50] www.uniden.com Caller ID and CIDCW (Cal ler ID on Call W aiting) Y ou must subscribe to Caller ID servi ces thro ugh your local teleph one prov id er to use these features. When th e telephone rin gs, th e Caller ID feature allows you to view the caller’s nam e, ph on e numbe r , d ate and t ime o f call. With CIDCW (Caller ID on C[...]

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    [51] CALLER ID www.uniden.com Y ou may receive any one of the f ollowing messag es: When invalid data is received; Incomplete Data When a private n ame is r eceived; Private N ame When a private n umber is recei ved; Private Num ber When a unkn own n ame is r eceived; Unknown N ame When a unkn own n umber is r eceived; Unknown Num ber 2) When you p[...]

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    CALLER ID [52] www.uniden.com The summary scr een appears. The screen sh ows the n umber o f new me ssag es an d total mess ages . 2) T o vie w the Caller ID m essa ges in h istoric al ord er (from n ew to old or fr om old to new), r epeatedly pr ess volume do wn to scroll through th e mess ages from th e latest to the ear liest, or volume up to sc[...]

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    [53] CALLER ID www.uniden.com Deleting all Caller ID na mes/numbers 1) When th e pho ne is i n standby mod e , press cid/v ol / ( cid/exit ). Press th e DELETE soft k ey . Delete All? appears . 2) Press vo lume up/down to ch oose Yes . 3) Press th e OK soft k ey . Y ou will hear a confirm ation ton e . Using the Caller ID Message List Calling a par[...]

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    CALLER ID [54] www.uniden.com Long Distance calls and Area Code Setting/Cancellation While the presen t Caller ID informati o n is displayed, pressin g * /ton e/ < will place or rem ove the pr efix "1" in th e display to set th e call f or a lon g distance call, or pre ssin g #/ > will set or cancel an ar ea code (see pag e 30). Sto[...]

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    [55] CALLER ID www.uniden.com Call W aiting Deluxe Features Y our phon e is pr e-prog ramm ed with seven ca ll wait ing d elux e opti ons . Y ou may select to ask the callin g party to hold , se nd them a busy m essage , forwar d them to your voi ce m ail, or an swer an d d rop th e first caller . Y ou may also select to conferen ce them into th e [...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [56] www.uniden.com The Integrated T elephone Answering Device The phon e has a built-in answering system th at answe rs and r ecor ds incomin g calls. Y ou can also use your answer ing system to re cord a convers atio n, leave a vo ice mem o messag e , or to announce a special outg oing mess age to callers when you&[...]

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    [57] THE INTEGRATED ANSWERI NG DEVICE www.uniden.com T urning the Answering System On/Off 1) T o turn th e answerin g system on, pr ess answer on/off on the base wh en the ph one is in standby mod e . and th e number o f messag e s stored in memory appears on the sub-disp lay . If the sub- display flash es , then th ere ar e new mess ages waiti ng [...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [58] www.uniden.com own greeting an d you wan t to change your gr eeting to omit th e prompt to leave a mess age , refer to "Selecting Y our Greetin g (Base only)" on page 25. The f ollowing m essage is pr e-recor ded: "Hello, no on e is available to take your call. Please call again." Using the A[...]

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    [59] THE INTEGRATED ANSWERI NG DEVICE www.uniden.com Using your Answering System The m essag e counter displays the n umber of m essages stored i n mem o ry . If the disp lay flash es, th en ther e are n ew mess ages w aiting f or y ou. Th e answerin g system is desi gned to play your n e w m essag es first. After you play all your new mess ages, y[...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [60] www.uniden.com within a few secon ds (about 4 secon ds d u ring r e m ote operati on) after a mess age begins playing. If you have several messag es, pr ess the |<< so ft key r epeatedly until you r e turn to th e mess age you wan t to replay . If the current m essag e is the first new m e ssag e, th e sys[...]

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    [61] THE INTEGRATED ANSWERI NG DEVICE www.uniden.com 3) T o delete all me ssag es, press delete messege in standby m ode . Press delete messege again after the ann ouncem ent "T o delete all m essag es, press d elete again." When you try to d elete all messag es with out first listenin g to your new mess ages , you hea r several sh ort be[...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [62] www.uniden.com Recording a conv ersation Y ou can recor d a conversati on from th e ha n dset or the base (mor e than 2 seconds and less than 10 minutes). 1) During a convers ation, pr ess the MENU so ft key . 2) Press v olume up/dow n to select Call Reco rd , an d then pr ess the OK so ft ke y . Recording a Cal[...]

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    [63] THE INTEGRATED ANSWERI NG DEVICE www.uniden.com 2) a)T o mute th e Call Scr een, pr ess the MUTE soft k ey or play/stop . T o cancel mutin g, press th e SCREEN soft k ey . b)T o answer the call, pr ess speaker or pi ck up th e hand set from the base (when AutoT alk is set to on). From the handset Press th e SCREEN soft k ey when th e system is[...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [64] www.uniden.com 3) The an swering system announces th e curren t time an d the n umber of m essag es stored in mem o ry . Y ou hear "T o pla y incomin g mess ages , press zero -two. For help, press o ne-zer o ." Y ou will hear a beep. 4) Enter a comm and withi n 15 secon ds, e ach comm and th ere after [...]

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    [65] THE INTEGRATED ANSWERI NG DEVICE www.uniden.com 6) W hen you ar e finished , hang up to e xit th e system. The answerin g system automati cally return s to stan dby . Remote access with the handset Y ou can oper ate your an swerin g system fr om anoth er room usin g a han dset. 1) When th e pho ne is in sta ndby mod e , pr ess on th e handset.[...]

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    THE INTEGRATED ANSWERING DEVICE [66] www.uniden.com Remote Ke y Function * For the Repeat a Mess age fun ction, pr ess 1 within about four secon ds to repeat the pr evi ous mess age , or press 1 after about f our secon ds to re peat the curr ent mes sage. ** For the Mem o Record an d Greetin g Mess ag e Recor d functi on s, th e first time you ente[...]

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    [67] EXPANDING YOUR PHON E www.uniden.com Expanding Y our Phone 10 Handset Expandabi lity Y our phon e supports up to 10 han dsets, inclu ding any h andsets suppl ied with your phon e. Y ou can now place a fully-featur ed cordless han dset anywh ere A C power is available to conn ect the handset char ger . Up to 2 handsets can be used in DirectLink[...]

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    EXPANDING YOUR PHONE [68] www.uniden.com Connecting the Char ger 1) Connect th e AC ad apter to th e DC IN 9V jack and to a stand ard 120V A C w all outlet. 2) Set the charg er on a desk or tabletop, an d place the han dset in the char ger with the k e y p a d f a c i n g f o r wa r d. ( S e e " B. I n s t a l l . . . . t he rechar geable batt[...]

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    [69] EXPANDING YOUR PHON E www.uniden.com T o register a TC X805 handset, simp ly place it in the main base . While the handset is r egistering, Handset Reg istering will appear in the LCD. When Registratio n complete. is displayed , th e hand set has been r egister ed to the base . If Registrat ion failed. appears , please try th ese steps again. [...]

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    EXPANDING YOUR PHONE [70] www.uniden.com Using DirectLink Mode T o use this feature , you must en ter the han dsets into Dir ectLink mode first. T o enter Dir ectLink mod e , see page 17. DirectLink call 1) When the ph one is in th e DirectLink stan dby mod e , press th e DirectLink soft key (exam pl e of DirectLi nk from han dset #1). 2) Selec t t[...]

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    [71] EXPANDING YOUR PHON E www.uniden.com Intercom/Call T ransfer Feature Inter com and Call Tran sfer features are available for your phone . Intercom From handset to handset or handset to the base 1) In standby mod e , press int com/hold . 2) Select the base or th e handset you w ant to talk with within 30 seconds . T o se lect the han dset (or t[...]

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    EXPANDING YOUR PHONE [72] www.uniden.com From the base to a handset 1) In standby m ode , press intercom/hold on the base . 2) Select the handset you wan t to talk with within 30 secon ds. T o select the handset, press vol um e / or vo lu m e / , and th en press th e OK soft k ey . If you select All , all han dsets will be pag ed. An in tercom ton [...]

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    [73] EXPANDING YOUR PHON E www.uniden.com 4) T o speak to th e caller , pre ss talk/flash on the receiving han dset or speaker on the base . From the base to a han dset 1) During a call, pr ess intercom/hold on the base . The call will automati cally be placed on h old . 2) Select the handset you w ant to talk with within 10 secon ds. T o select th[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [74] www.uniden.com Changing the Digital Security Code The di gital security code is an id entifi ca tion cod e used to connect the han dset an d the base unit. N ormally , setting th e code is not n e cessary . In the r ar e situati o n that you suspect an other cordless telep hon e is using th e same security co de , you ca[...]

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    [75] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Installing the Beltclip T o attach the beltclip Insert th e beltclip into th e h oles on each sid e of the handset. Pr ess down un til it cli cks. T o remo ve the beltclip Pull eith er si de o f the beltclip to r elease the tabs fr om the h oles. Headset Installation Y our phone may be used with an optiona[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION [76] www.uniden.com Note on Power Sources Battery repl acement and handling When th e operating tim e becomes sh ort, even after a battery is recharg ed, please replace the battery . With normal us age , your ba ttery should last about one year . Please contact your place of purchase or th e Uni den P arts Depa rtmen t for a [...]

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    [77] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com General Information The phon e complies with FCC P arts 15 and 68. Op eratin g temperatur e: 0 ° C to +50 °C (+32 °F to +12 2 °F) AC Ad a pt er In fo rm a ti on AC A dapter par t number: AD-830 f or the base AD-0005 for t he char ger (TRU88 85-2/3 only) Input V oltag e: 120 A C 60Hz 120V AC 60Hz Output[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING [78] www.uniden.com T roubleshooting If your phone is n ot performin g to your expectation s, please try these simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The charge LED won't illuminate when th e handset is placed in the c radle . • Mak e sure th e AC ad apter is plugged into the base or th e charg er (if you have mor e than one [...]

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    [79] TROUBLESHOOTING www.uniden.com Severe n oise interfer ence . • Keep th e handset aw ay from mi crow ave ovens , computers, r emote con trol toys, wir eless microphon es, alarm s ystems, intercoms , room monitors, fluorescent lights, and electrical appli ances . • Move to an other locati on or turn off th e source of interfer e nce . The Ca[...]

  • Page 81

    TROUBLESHOOTING [80] www.uniden.com No soun d on the base unit spe ake r du ri ng c al l mo nit or ing or message playback. • Adjust the speak er volum e on the b ase unit. • Mak e sure th e call scr een feature is set to on. Cannot access r emote call-in features fr om anoth er touch- tone ph one . • Mak e sure you ar e using th e correct PI[...]

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    [81] TROUBLESHOOTING www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moistur e and liqui d may d amag e your cordless ph one . Follow the steps below if your ph one gets wet: Case Action If the e xterior pl astic h ousing on th e handse t or base is exposed to m oisture or liqui d. Wipe off th e liquid, an d use as n ormal . If moistur e or liquid has enter ed the pl[...]

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    PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY [82] www.uniden.com PRECAUTIONS & W ARRANTY Precautions! Befor e you r ead anyt hing else , please observ e the f ollowin g: War n i n g ! Uniden America Corporation DOES NO T represent this unit to be waterp roof . T o red uce the ris k of fir e , electri cal sh ock, or d amag e to th e unit, DO NOT e xpose this unit[...]

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    [83] PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY www.uniden.com Cordless T elephone Privac y Cordles s telephon es are radi o devi ces. C ommunic ation s between th e handset and base of yo ur cordless tele phone are accomplished by means of radio waves which are broadcast over the open airways. Because of the inherent physical properties of radio waves, your commu[...]

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    I.C. NOTICE [84] www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipm ent m eets the applicable In dustry Can a da T erminal Equipmen t T echnical Specificati ons . This is confirmed by th e registr a ti on number . The abbrevi ation , IC, bef ore th e registr ati on number si gnifies that registr a tion w as perform ed based on a Dec[...]

  • Page 86

    [85] MEMORY LIST www.uniden.com Name Phone No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Name Phone No . 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99[...]

  • Page 87

    INDEX [86] www.uniden.com Index 0-9 20 ring option s . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3 or 4-Way Conferencing . . . . . . . 40 A Animati on screen . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Announ ce only feature . . . . . . . . 57 Answering system Deleting a messag e . . . . . . . . . 60 Playing your mess ages . . . . . . . 59 Recordin g a conversation . . . . . 62 R[...]

  • Page 88

    [87] INDEX www.uniden.com mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Room/baby monitor . . . . . . . . . . 18 S Setting up base unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 extr a handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Han dset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Men u options . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Soft Ke y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

  • Page 89

    REMOTE OPERATION CARD [88] www.uniden.com Remote Operation Card CUT REMOTE OPERA TION CARD Remote access away fr om home 1. Call your phon e number from a touch-tone ph one . 2. During th e outgoing m essage , press 0 and en ter your PIN code . The answerin g system announces the number o f messages stor ed in memory an d the voice pr ompts. 3. T o[...]

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    [89] REMOTE OPERATION CARD www.uniden.com CUT T ask Key Repeat a Messag e Playing in coming M essages Skipping a M essage Deleting a M essage Stop Operati on Answerin g System On Mem o Record/Stop Greetin g Messag e Record/Stop Answer System Off Help Gui dan ce CUT T ask Key Repeat a Messag e Playing in coming M essages Skipping a M essage Deleting[...]

  • Page 91

    MAIN MENU FLOW CHART [90] www.uniden.com MAIN MENU FLOW CHART Main Menu Flow Chart •From standb y mode 4QQO/QPKVQT $CUG5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- 4QQO/QPKVQT $CUG5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- 570# *CPFUGV 0GY%+& /'07 &KTGEV.KPM/QFG 4QQO?[...]

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    [92] www.uniden.com Memo[...]

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    [93] www.uniden.com Memo[...]

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    At Uniden, we'll take care of you! Thank you f or purchasin g a Uni den prod uct. If you have an y question s or problem s, please do not r eturn this product to the place o f purchase . Having Tr ouble? Our customer car e specialists are h ere to help you! Visit our website at www .unid e n.com or call our Custo mer Servi ce Hotlin e at 1-800[...]

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    UPZZ01777BZ(0) THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT . ©2005 Uniden America Corporation, Fort W or th, T exas. Contains additional foreign ar ticles. Custom manufactured in China. REGISTER ONLINE TODA Y! FOR ACCESSORIES, GO ONLINE @ WWW .UNIDEN.COM[...]