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    [1] www.uniden.com W ELCOME/F EATURES/T ERMINOLOGY 2 CONTROLS & F UNCTIONS 4 DISPLAY A ND ICONS 6 SOFT KE Y FUNCTI ON 8 GETTING ST ARTED 9 Setting up the Pho ne 9 Moun ting th e Base Unit o n a W all 13 Ma in Me nu Op ti o ns 15 Setting M enu Opti ons 16 BASICS 3 3 Makin g and Receivin g Calls 33 Flash and Call W aiting 34 Placing a Call on Hol[...]

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    [2] WELCOM E/FEATURES/TERMI NOLOGY www.uniden.com Congratulati ons on your purchase of the Uni d en Multi-Han dset Cordless System telephone . This unit is different fr om conventional cor dless telephones. Wh en the base unit is connected to AC power and a telephone line , it can su pport up to 1 0 handsets. Y o u can now place a fully-featured co[...]

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    WELCOME/FEATURES/TER MINOLOGY [3] www.uniden.com Thi s ser i es f eatu r es Auto Talk  an d A utoS tan db y  . AutoT alk a llows you to answer a call by just removing the han dset from the cr adle so you don't have to waste tim e pushing buttons. A utoStandby allows you to hang up by simply returning the han dset to the cradle . T o prot[...]

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    [4] CON TROLS & F UNCTIONS www.uniden.com Controls & Fu nctions 1. Handset An tenna 2. Beltclip Hole 3. Spea kerph one Speak er and Rin ger 4. Handset Battery Compartm ent 5. New Mess age LED 6. Handset Earpi ece 7. LCD Dis play 8. so ft Keys ( P . 8) 9. /vol / (volume up/d own) (P . 36 & 16) 10. * /t one/ < (P . 38 & 43) 11. sp [...]

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    CONTROLS & FUNC TIONS [5] www.uniden.com 24 25 23 32 33 30 29 28 27 26 39 40 21 22 31 35 36 37 38 34 21. In use LED 22. play/ stop (P . 58) 23. cid / exit (P . 50) 24. Charg e LED 25. Base Charging Contacts 26. dele te mess age (P . 59 ) 27. mic (mi cr ophon e) 28. answ er on/o ff (P . 56) 29. do no t dis turb (P . 36)/DND LED 30. ton e ( P . 3[...]

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    [6] D ISPLAY AND ICONS www.uniden.com Display and Icons Example o f the stan dby mod e display • Handset •Base * appears if you h ave a new mess ag e . appears if you turn your an swering system o ff. ** appears when the m ess age stra ge is full. appears if you set your an swering s ystem to ann ounce only . ICON Appears During DESCRIPTION Sta[...]

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    DISPLAY A ND ICONS [ 7] www.uniden.com Animation Display s (Handset only) The handsets have a variety of animati on displays. Below are ex amples of the animati on screens an d what they mean: T urning on th e phon e Hangin g up th e phon e Confirmation (Done!) Del eting (Deleted!) Mak i ng a ca l l Fi nd Ha nd se t /Pag i ng th e Ha nd se t Also, [...]

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    [8] SOF T KEY FUN CTION www.uniden.com Soft Key Function "Soft" k eys are keys that change fun ction d urin g the opera tion o f the ph one . Th ere are thr ee so ft keys on the base and three on each handset. Soft keys allow you to : - Access the ma in men u - Access stored Caller ID mess ages - Set up CI DCW options - Store or edit phon[...]

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    GETTING STARTE D [9] www.uniden.com Setting up the Phone Do the f ollowin g steps: A. Ch oose th e best locati on B . Install th e recharg eable battery pack into the hands et, and char ge f or at least 15-20 hours bef or e using! C. Connect th e base unit. A. Choose the best locatio n Be f ore c ho o s ing a lo c a tio n fo r y ou r ne w p ho ne, [...]

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    [10] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com B . In stall the r ech argeable b attery pack into the handset, and char ge f or at least 15-20 hour s bef or e using! The han dset is powered by a recharg e able battery pack . The battery r echarges automatically when th e handset is placed in the base unit. T o maximize the charg e capacity of your b attery p[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 11] www.uniden.com Low batt ery a lert When th e battery pack is very low , the ph one is pr ogrammed to elimin ate functi on s in order to save power . The battery pack needs to be charg ed when: - The empty battery icon app ears. - Low Battery appears in the display . If the phone is in standby mode , none of keys will operate [...]

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    [12] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com C. Connect the base unit 1) Connect the A C adapter to the DC IN 9V jac k an d t o a stand ard 120V A C wall outlet. Connect th e AC ad apter to a contin uous power supply (i.e ., an outlet that is n ot con trolled by a switch ). 2) Set th e base on a d esk or tabletop, an d place th e han dset in the base unit.[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 13] www.uniden.com Mounting the Base U nit on a W a ll Standa r d wall plate mount ing This phone can be mounted on any stand ard wall plate . 1) Mak e the AC ad apter and the telephone lin e cord through the h ole on the wall mount ad apter . 2) Plug the AC adapter in to the DC IN 9V jack. 3) Plug the telephone line cord in to t[...]

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    [14] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Dir ect w all mount ing If you don't hav e a standar d wall plate, you can mount your phone directly to the wall. Befor e doing this, consi der th e following: • Avoid electri cal cables, pipes, or oth er item s behind th e m ountin g locati on that could cause a hazard when in serting screw s into th e w[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 15] www.uniden.com Main Menu Options Y o ur phon e has seven main men u options: DirectLink Mod e , Room/Baby Monito r , Handset Setup, Bas e Setu p, Answ . Setup, Glo bal Setu p and Deregister HS . Y ou can chang e Room/Bab y Mon itor , An swering Setup , and Global Setup settin gs from the base or from any handset. Dir ec tLink[...]

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    [16] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Setting Menu Options Enteri ng the Menu 1) In standby mode , press the MENU soft k ey . 2) Use vo lu m e u p / d ow n to move the pointer to a d esired m ain men u (Dir ectLink Mo de , Room M onitor , Han dset Setup, Base Setu p, An sw . Setup , Global Setup, and Der egister HS). 3) Press th e OK soft key to sel[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 17] www.uniden.com Dire ctLin k Mode (Handset only) In Dir ectLink m od e , a pair of handsets can functi on as two-way r adi os. DirectLin k Mod e allows tw o handsets to communicate with each other without the base unit or a telephone line . U se them at sporting events or while shopping to stay in contact with family members o[...]

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    [18] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Room/Baby Monitor This feature allow s you to monitor soun ds in an ot he r r oom . Plac e th e bas e or a handset i n the r oom you wish to monitor; it will fun cti on as a micr ophon e. A second han dset can be set to function as a remote speaker , allowing you to moni tor sounds in the ro om . Using Room/Baby[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 19] www.uniden.com Handset Se tup / Base Set up The following subm enu option s must be set separately fo r each handset and the base. Selecting a Ringer T one (Handset only) Ring er tone lets you ch oose from 10 r inger tones or 10 m elodies: - Rin gers (Fli cker , Clatter , So ft Alert, W ake Up, Li ght Bug, Beep Boop, T one Bo[...]

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    [20] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Distinct ive Ringer Setup (Hands et only) Distinctive Ring er allows y ou to assign a design ated ring tone to a stored phon ebook number . When a call is received and the Caller ID i nform ation matches the inform ation in one of th e phonebook mem ory locations, th e phone uses the distinctive ring assigned to[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 21] www.uniden.com Setting the Au toT alk (Handset Only) Autotalk allows you to an swer th e phon e simply by r emovin g th e han dset fr om the cradle . Y o u do n ot have to press any buttons to answer the call. 1) Enter th e H andset Setup m enu, and th en the AutoT alk submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 16). 2[...]

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    [22] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Setting the T rue Banner (Handset only) T rue Banner lets you customize the name your handset displa ys. The nam e will be displaye d on the LCD screen during Standby Mode , I ntercom, Intercom H old, Room Monitor and Copy P hon ebook ope rati on. The banner nam e will be displ ayed on the receiving handset as w[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 23] www.uniden.com Adjus ting the LCD Contr ast Contr ast adjusts the han dset LCD bri ghtn ess. Ch oose one fr om th e 10 levels for optimum viewing. 1) Enter th e Han dset Setup or the Base Setup menu, and then th e Contrast subm enu (see "Entering th e Men u" on page 16). 2) Press volume up/down to adjust the contr a[...]

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    [24] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Setting the Animatio n Scree n (Handset Only) The Animati on Screen displays animati on on the handset LCD (see page 7). The animation s will b e displayed on the LCD screen during a call, ring er volume setting, paging operation, when you hang up and so on. 1) Enter th e Han dset Setup men u, and th en the Anim[...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 25] www.uniden.com 3) P osition yourself near the base microphon e and record your greetin g. 4) When you a r e finished reco rdin g, press the STOP soft key . Your gr eeting will playback f or confirm ati on. Selecting Y our Gre eting (Base only) Select Greeting allows y ou to choose between the two outgoing mess ages , a pre- r[...]

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    [26] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com 3) Press th e OK soft key . Y ou will hear a confirmation tone . Setting the Ring Ti me Ring Time allows yo u to set the number of rings th e caller hears befor e your answerin g system plays the outgoing m essag e . Y ou c an set th e ring tim e to answer after two, four , or six rings. If you enable the T oll [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 27] www.uniden.com 3) Press th e OK soft k ey . Y ou will hear a confirmation tone . Setting the Message Al ert On or Off Messag e Alert sounds an alert tone when you have an unhear d messag e . If you set the Mess age Alert on, the alert tone will sound every 1 5 seconds when a new mess age is r eceived. 1) Enter th e Answ . Set[...]

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    [28] G ETTI NG S TARTED www.uniden.com Setting the Lan guage of y our Answ ering Sy stem Langu age allows you to set the languag e of your answerin g system announcem ents to English, Fren ch, or Spanish. 1) Enter th e An sw . Setup men u option, an d then the Languag e submenu (see "Entering the Menu" on page 16). 2) Press v olume up/do [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 29] www.uniden.com Global Setup If you ch ange on e of the global settings , you ch ange that setting f or all addition al handsets. Only on e handset can change global settings at a time . Setting Day and Time Day & Ti me sets the d ay and time of your display . 1) Enter th e Global Setup menu, and th en the Day & Time s[...]

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    [30] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com Setting CIDCW (Cal ler ID on Call W aiting) CIDCW sets the Caller ID on Cal l W aiting (CIDCW) displ ays the name an d number of an incoming call whi le you are on the line . Ca ll Waiting Deluxe (CWDX) allows y ou to handle call wa iting calls in seven differe nt wa ys. 1) Enter th e Global Setup men u, and th [...]

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    GETTING S TARTED [ 31] www.uniden.com Setting the Dial Mode Dial Mod e sets the dial mode to tone or pulse. Most phone systems use tone dialin g; the def ault setting is tone dialin g. Set the dialin g mod e to match the dialing system us ed by yo ur local phone service . • If you are not sur e o f your dialin g system, set t he unit to t one di [...]

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    [32] GETTING START ED www.uniden.com De-r egister the H andset (Handset only ) Deregister the handset's ID from the m ain base unit or the base ID from the handset. Use this opti on, for e xample , wh en you chang e the di gital security code (see pag e 72 ). 1) In standby mod e , select Deregister HS in the men u and press th e OK soft k ey .[...]

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    BASICS [33] www.uniden.com Making and Receiving Calls This handset has a built-in spea kerphone that allows you to have a hands- free conversation. This feature allow s you to easil y comm uni cat e whil e per for min g ot he r ta sks , su ch a s cooki ng. appea rs on th e disp lay d urin g ha nd s-f ree conver sat io n s. Y o u can easily sw itch [...]

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    [34] BASICS www.uniden.com Flash and Call W aiting If you have Call Wa iting servi ce and a call waitin g tone sounds while yo u are on a call, press talk/flash on the han dset or flash/find hs on th e base to accept the w aiting call. Th ere is a sh ort pause , and th en you will hear the new caller . T o return to the origin al caller , press ta [...]

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    BASICS [35] www.uniden.com Redialing a Call The last thr ee phon e numbers dialed can be quickly redi aled from the handset or base. 1) Press the REDIAL so ft key in standby mod e . 2) Press volume up/ down . Each press of volume up/ down wi ll display one of th e last three number red ia l e d. 3) Press talk/fl ash or speaker on the h andset (or s[...]

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    [36] BASICS www.uniden.com Adjusting the Ringer , and Earpiec e and Speaker Vo l u m e Ringer v olume In standby mode , press th e vo lume up key or volume down key on th e handset or base to sel ect one o f three ringer volume (O ff, Lo w , o r High). Earpie ce and Speaker V olume Y ou can select from amon g of six volume levels on the handset, an[...]

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    BASICS [37] www.uniden.com DND LED i lluminates. T o cancel the DND feature , press do not disturb again. Y ou can also mute the rin ger ton e while the phon e is ringin g by pressin g do not disturb on the base . Activatin g the DND while the an swering system is off will turn the answerin g system on auto mati cally . The answerin g syst em setti[...]

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    [38] BASICS www.uniden.com T one Dialing Switch-over Some telephone companies use equipment that requires pulse dialing (sometim es referred to as rotary dialin g). If y ou need to enter tone di aling di gits, you can switch to ton e di aling d uring th e call. Thi s feature is useful when you need tone di aling to use automated systems. For ex amp[...]

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    BASICS [39] www.uniden.com Privacy Mode Privacy prevents interruption fr om other registered han dsets or the base. This works only when th e phone is in us e . 1) Press th e MENU soft k ey on the handset or base during talk mode . 2) Press volume up/ down to move the pointer to Privac y Mode and then th e OK soft k ey . Privac y Mode On and appear[...]

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    [40] BASICS www.uniden.com When speak ing on the base 1) Press t alk/flash or speaker on the han dset to initi ate the 3 or 4- conferen ce call. 2) T o hang up, r eturn the han dset to th e cradle , or press end on the handset. The base will still be connected to the call. BASICS TRU8885_1st.book 40 ペ ージ 200 4年1月7日 水曜 [...]

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    PHONEBOOK [41] www.uniden.com Phonebook (S toring Phone Nu mbers, Names, Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial) Y o u can store names an d numbers in you r phon e’s phonebook, search for nam es alphabetically , and dial phonebook entri es with just a few key presses. Y o u can store up to 100 numbers in the base and up to 100 additi onal nu mbers in e[...]

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    [42] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com 4) Press th e OK soft k ey to store the nam e; Store/E dit No. appea rs. 5) Use th e n umber keypad, * /tone / < , or #/ > to enter the phone number (up to 20 digits). If you make an error , use the DELETE soft k ey to erase the in correct digits . When you are finish ed, press th e OK soft k ey to stor e th e nu[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [43] www.uniden.com Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters Refer to the letters on the number keys to select the desired characters . With each press of a number key ( 0 - 9 ), the displayed character appea rs in the following ord er:Upper case letters first, lower case letters ne xt and finally the n umber c orr esponding to the[...]

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    [44] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com For ex ample , to en ter Movies : 1) When th e ph one is in standby m ode , press Phonebook an d the STORE sof t key . Store/E dit Name appears. 2) Press 6 once , and then pr ess #/ > to mo ve the cursor t o th e righ t. 3) Press 6 six time s. 4) Press 8 six time s. 5) Press 4 six time s. 6) Press 3 five tim es. 7) [...]

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    PHONEBOOK [45] www.uniden.com V iewing the Ph oneboo k Y o ur phon e stores n ames/numbers in the ph onebook mem ory locations , and you can search nam es in alphabetical order . Y ou can view the ph onebook even while the phon e is in use . 1) Press phonebook . If yo u recall the phonebook during a call, the COPY and STORE soft k ey will not appe [...]

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    [46] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Making Calls Using the Pho nebook From Standb y Mode 1) When th e ph one is in standby m ode , view the ph on eb ook l ocat i on to di al (see "V i ewin g th e Phonebook" on page 45). 2) Press t alk/flash or speaker on the handset or speaker on the base . The display ed number is dialed. 3) T o han g up pr es[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [47] www.uniden.com Editing or Erasin g a Stored Name, Phone Number , Distinctive Ring and Spee d Dial 1) When th e phone is in standby mode , p ress phonebook . 2) Press volume up/do wn , or the number keyp ad to view the phon ebook loca tions (see "Viewing th e Phonebook" on page 45). a. Editing the Stored Data 1) When th e ph[...]

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    [48] PHONEBOOK www.uniden.com Copying Phon ebook Locatio ns Copy Phonebook allows you to transfer stor ed phonebook locations fr om handset to handset or from base to handset (or from handset to base) without having to man ually re-enter n ames an d numbers. Y o u can transfer one m emory (phon ebook location) at a time , or all memory locations at[...]

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    CALLER ID [49] www.uniden.com Caller ID and CIDCW (Caller ID on Call W aiting) Y o u must subscribe to C aller ID s ervices through your local telephone provi der to use t h ese feat ur es . When the telephon e rings , the Caller ID feature allows you to view the caller’s nam e , phone n umber , date and time o f call. With CIDCW ( Caller ID on C[...]

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    [50] CA LLER ID www.uniden.com Y ou may re ceive any on e of the f ollowing mess ages: When invalid d ata is received; Incom plete Dat a When a private name is r eceived; Priva te Name When a private number is received; Priva te Number When a unknown nam e is received; Unknow n Name When a unknown number is received; Unkn own Numbe r 2) When you pi[...]

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    CALLER ID [51] www.uniden.com 2) T o view the Caller ID mess ages in historical or der (fr om new to old or from old to new), r epeatedly press volume do wn to s croll through th e messag es from the latest to the earliest, or volume up to scroll back thr ough the m essag es. T o vi ew th e C aller I D m ess ag es with al phabet ic al s ear ch, pr [...]

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    [52] CA LLER ID www.uniden.com Deleti ng all C aller I D names/ number s 1) When th e ph one is in standby m ode , press cid . Press th e DELETE soft key . Delet e All? appears. 2) Press volume up/do wn to choose Yes . 3) Press the OK so ft k ey . Y ou will hear a confirmati on ton e . Using the Caller ID Message List Calli ng a par ty from the Cal[...]

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    CALLER ID [53] www.uniden.com Long Distance c alls and Ar ea Code Setting/Cance llation While the present Caller ID information is displayed, pressing * /tone / < will place or remove th e prefix "1" i n the display to set the call for a long distance call, or pressin g #/ > will set or cancel an area code (see page 30). Storing Ca [...]

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    [54] CA LLER ID www.uniden.com Call W aiting Deluxe Features Y ou r phon e gives y ou new options f or call waiting. At th e touch of a button, y ou can plac e the caller on hold, send them to your voice mail service, or conference them into your current call. Y ou must subscribe to Call W aiting and Call Waitin g Deluxe to use these features. Not [...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [55 ] www.uniden.com The Integrated T eleph one Answ ering Device The phon e has a built-in answering system that answers and r ecords incomin g calls. Y o u can also use your answering system to record a conversation, leave a voice memo m essag e , or to announce a speci al outgoin g mess age to callers when you&ap[...]

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    [56] THE INTEGRATED ANSWE RING DEVICE www.uniden.com T urning the Answering System On/Off 1) T o tu rn the an swering system on, press answer on/ o ff on the base when the phone is in standby mod e . and th e n umber of m essag es stored in mem ory appears on the sub-display . If the sub- display flashes, th en there ar e new mess ages w aitin g fo[...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [57 ] www.uniden.com The following m essag e is pre-record ed: "Hello, no one is availab le to take your c all. Please c all again ." Using the Answering Setup Menu The Answerin g Setup menu allows yo u to set the following An swering System functi ons through the han dset or the base . For detailed instru[...]

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    [58] THE INTEGRATED ANSWE RING DEVICE www.uniden.com Using your Answering System The mess ag e counter displays the number of m essages stored in m emory . If the display flash es, th en th ere are new m essag es waitin g for you. The answerin g system is design ed to play your new mess ag es first. After you pla y all yo ur new mess ages, you can [...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [59 ] www.uniden.com within a few seconds (about 4 seconds durin g rem ote operati on) after a messag e begins playing. If y ou have se veral messag es, press th e |<< soft key r epeatedly until you return to th e messag e you wan t to replay . If the curr ent m essag e is the first n ew mess age , the system [...]

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    [60] THE INTEGRATED ANSWE RING DEVICE www.uniden.com 3) T o delete al l mess ages, press delete messege in s tandby mode . Press delete messege aga in after the announcem ent "T o delete all mess ages , press delete again." When you try to delete all messages with out first listening to your n ew messag es, you hear several short beeps fo[...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [61 ] www.uniden.com Recor di ng a conv er sat ion Y o u can record a conversation from th e handset or the base (more than 2 seco nds and less than 10 minutes). 1) During a conversati on, press the MENU soft k ey . 2) Press v olume up /down to select Call Record , and then pr ess the OK soft k ey . Record ing a Cal[...]

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    [62] THE INTEGRATED ANSWE RING DEVICE www.uniden.com 2) a)T o m ute the Call Scr een, press th e MUTE soft k ey or play/stop . T o cancel mutin g, press the SCREEN so ft key . b)T o answer the call, press speaker or pick up the handset from the base (when AutoT alk is set to on). Fro m the handset Press the SC REEN soft key when the system is answe[...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [63 ] www.uniden.com 3) The answerin g system announces the curr ent tim e and the n umber of mess ages stored in m emory . Y ou h ear "T o play incoming m essag es, pr ess zero-two. For help, press one-zero." Y ou will hear a beep. 4) Enter a comman d within 15 seconds, each comman d ther e after must be [...]

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    [64] THE INTEGRATED ANSWE RING DEVICE www.uniden.com 6) When you are finished , hang up to exit the system. The answerin g system automati cally returns to standby . Remot e access wi th the hands et Y ou can operate yo ur answerin g system from another room usin g a handset. 1) When the ph one i s in standby m ode , press the soft k ey on th e han[...]

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    THE INTEGR ATED ANSWERING DEVICE [65 ] www.uniden.com Rem ote Key Fu nction * For the Repeat a Messag e functi on, press 1 within abou t four seconds to repeat the pr evi ous messag e , or pr ess 1 after about four seconds to repeat the curren t mes sa ge. ** For the Mem o Record and Greetin g Mess age Record fun ction, the first tim e you enter th[...]

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    [66] EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE www.uniden.com Expanding Y our Phone 10 Han dset Ex pandabili ty Y ou r phone supports up to 10 handsets, inclu ding any handsets supplied with your phon e. Y o u can now place a fully- featured cordless handset an ywher e AC power is available to connect the han dset charg er . Up to 2 handsets can be used in DirectLink [...]

  • Page 68

    EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE [ 67] www.uniden.com Register the Handset If you purchase an e xtra han dset, you need to r egister the handset befo re use . Only one handset can be registered at a time . Han dsets supplied with the phone are r egistered to the base by the factory . When char g ed, pre-r egister ed handsets display a handset ID number . Hand[...]

  • Page 69

    [68] EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE www.uniden.com Using the DirectLink Mode T o use this feature , you m ust enter the handsets into Dire ctLink m ode fi rst. T o enter Dir ectLink mod e , see pag e 17. Direct Li nk ca ll 1) When th e ph one i s in th e DirectLink standby mod e , press the Dir ecLink sof t key ( exam p le of DirectLink from handset #1). 2)[...]

  • Page 70

    EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE [ 69] www.uniden.com Intercom/Call T ransfer Feature Intercom and Call T ran sfer features are available for your phon e . Inter com From hand set to handset or hands et to the base 1) In standby mode , press int com /hold . 2) Select the base or the handset you want to talk with within 30 seconds . T o select the han dset (or[...]

  • Page 71

    [70] EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE www.uniden.com From the base to a handset 1) In standby mode , press intercom/hold on the base . 2) Select the handset you w ant to talk with within 30 se conds . T o select the handset, pr ess /volume/ or /volume/ , an d then pr ess th e OK soft k ey . If you selec t All , all ha ndsets will be paged. An inter com tone s[...]

  • Page 72

    EXPANDING Y OUR PHONE [ 71] www.uniden.com 4) T o sp eak to the caller , pr ess talk/flash on th e receivin g handset or speaker on the base . From the base to a handset 1) During a call, press intercom/hold on the base . The call w ill automatically be placed o n hold. 2) Select the handset you wan t to talk with within 10 seconds. T o sele ct the[...]

  • Page 73

    [72] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Changing the Dig ital Security Code The di gital security code is an i den tifi cation cod e used to connect the handset an d the base unit. N ormally , setting the cod e is not n ecessary . In the rar e situ ation that you suspe ct anoth er cordless tele phon e is using the sam e security code , you can c[...]

  • Page 74

    ADDITION AL INFORMATION [73] www.uniden.com Installing the Beltclip T o attach the beltclip Insert the beltclip into th e holes on each side o f the handset. Press down until it clicks. T o remov e the beltclip Pull ei ther si de o f the beltclip to release the tab s from the h oles. Headset Installation Y o ur phon e may be used with an optional h[...]

  • Page 75

    [74] ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.uniden.com Note on Power Sources Battery re placement and handling When the oper ating time becomes sh ort, even after a battery is rechar ged , please replace the battery . With normal usage , your battery should last about one year . Please contact your place of purchase or the Uni den P arts Department f or a repl[...]

  • Page 76

    ADDITION AL INFORMATION [75] www.uniden.com General In formation The phon e complies with FCC Parts 15 and 68. Operating temperature: 0 °C to +50 ° C (+32 °F to +122 °F) AC Ad ap t er In fo rm a ti o n AC Ad apter part number: AD-830 for the base AD-005 f or th e charg er (TRU8885 -2/3 only) Input V oltage: 120 AC 6 0Hz 120V A C 60Hz Output Vol[...]

  • Page 77

    [76] TR OUBLESHOOTIN G www.uniden.com T roubleshooting If your p hon e is not performing to your expectations , please try these simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The charge LED won' t illum inate when th e handset is pla ced in the cradle. • Mak e sur e the AC ad apter i s plugg ed into the base or th e char ger ( if you hav e mor e th[...]

  • Page 78

    TR OUBL ESH OOTI NG [7 7] www.uniden.com Sever e noise in terfer enc e. • Keep the h andset aw ay fr om mi crow ave ov ens , computers , r emo te cont rol toys , wirel ess micr opho nes , alarm syst ems , in ter coms , r oom mo nitors , fluo rescen t li gh ts, and elec tric al appli ances . • Move to anoth er location or turn o ff the sour ce o[...]

  • Page 79

    [78] TR OUBLESHOOTIN G www.uniden.com No sound on the base unit speaker d urin g call monitorin g or message playback. • Adju st th e speak er volum e on th e base unit. • Make sur e the call screen featur e is set t o on. Cann ot access r emo te call-in featur es from anot her tou ch- ton e ph on e . • Mak e sur e you ar e usin g th e corr e[...]

  • Page 80

    TR OUBL ESH OOTI NG [7 9] www.uniden.com Liquid Damage Moisture and liqu id can damage your cordless phone . In case of ac cid ental submersion , plea se read the follow ing steps. Case A ct ion If the handset or base is exposed to moisture or liquid , but only affects the exterior plastic housing. Wipe off the l iqui d, an d use as normal . If moi[...]

  • Page 81

    [80] PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY www.uniden.com PRECAU TIONS & W ARRANTY Precaution s! Before you read anythi ng else, please ob serve the followi ng: War n i ng ! Uniden America Corporation DOES NOT repr esent this unit to be wate rpro of. To reduce the risk of f ire, ele ctr ical shock , or damage to the unit, DO NO T ex pose t his unit to rai[...]

  • Page 82

    PRECAUTIONS & WARRANTY [81] www.uniden.com T elephone Line Proble ms The FCC ha s grante d the tele phon e company t he righ t to di sconnec t servic e in the ev ent that your phon e causes prob lems on the teleph one line . Also, th e telepho ne compan y may mak e chang es in faci lities an d servic es which may affect th e oper ation of your [...]

  • Page 83

    [82] I.C. NOTICE www.uniden.com I.C . Notice TERMINAL EQUIPM ENT NO TICE: This equipmen t meets th e applicable In dustry Cana da T erminal Equipmen t T e chnical Specificati ons. This is confirm ed by th e registr ati on num ber . The abbr eviati on, IC, bef or e the r egistra tio n number si gnifi es that registr ation was perform ed based on a D[...]

  • Page 84

    MEMORY LIST [83] www.uniden.com Name Phon e 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 9[...]

  • Page 85

    [84] www.uniden.com Memo TRU8885_1st.book 84 ペ ージ 200 4年1月7日 水曜 日 午後6時 39分[...]

  • Page 86

    INDEX [ 85] www.uniden.com Inde x 0-9 20 ring options . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 3- or 4 -W ay Conferencin g . . . . . . 39 A Animatio n screen . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4 Announ ce only f eature . . . . . . . . 56 Answerin g system Deleting a messa ge . . . . . . . . . 59 Playing your mess ages . . . . . . . 58 Recordin g a conversation . . . . [...]

  • Page 87

    [86] REMOTE OPERATION CARD www.uniden.com Remote Operation Card CUT REMOTE OPERA TION CARD Remote access away fr om home 1. Call your ph one number fr om a touch-tone ph one . 2. Durin g the outgoin g message , 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 [...]

  • Page 88

    REMOTE OPERA TION CARD [87 ] www.uniden.com CUT T ask K ey 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 K ey Repeat a Messag e Playing in coming M essages Skipping a M essage Dele[...]

  • Page 89

    [88] MAI N MENU FLOW CHART www.uniden.com MAIN MENU FLOW CHART Main Menu Flow Chart •Fr om stan db y mode 4QQO/QPKVQT $CUG5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- 4QQO/QPKVQT $CUG5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- 570# *CPFUGV 0GY%+& 4'&+#. /'07 &KTGE[...]

  • Page 90

    MAIN ME NU FLOW CHA RT [89] www.uniden.com 4QQO/QPKVQT $CUG5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- 4QQO/QPKVQT *CPFUGV5GVWR #PUY5GVWR $#%- $#%- 1- /GUUCIG#NGTV .CPIWCIG %CNN5ETGGP 4KPI6KOG 4GEQTF6KOG 5GEWTKV[%QFG #0595'672 $#%- $#%- 1- /GUUCIG#NGTV .CPIWCIG %CNN5ETGGP 4KPI6KOG 4GEQTF6KOG 5GEW[...]

  • Page 91

    At U niden, we' ll tak e car e o f y ou! If you need any assistance with this pr odu ct, please call our Customer H otline at 1-800-297 -1023 PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE PLA CE OF P URCHASE. Our Uni den r epr esentatives will be happy to h elp you wit h any m atters r egard ing the oper ati on of th is unit, available accessori es[...]

  • Page 92

    UPZZ01717BZ THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT . ©2004 Uniden America Corporation, Fort W orth, T exas. Contains additional foreign ar ticles. Custom manufactured in China. REGISTER ONLINE TODA Y! FOR ACCESSORIES, GO ONLINE @ WWW .UNIDEN.COM[...]