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    Contents WELCOME/FEA TURES 3 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE 5 CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS 6 GETTING STARTED 8 Read this First 8 Checkin g the P ackage Conten ts 9 Setting up th e Phone 10 T erminology 14 Setting Caller ID Opti ons 15 Selecting a Lan guage 17 BASICS 18 Makin g and Receiving Calls 18 Redialin g a Call 19 Ring er Volum e Setup 20 Base V olume 20 Ri[...]

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    W elcome Features Congr atulations on your pur chase of the U niden cor dless telephone . This phon e is design ed and en gineered to e xacting stan dards f or reliability , long life and outstan ding perform ance . T o enjoy the best perf ormance fr om this phone’s featur es, please read this m anual car efully and save it f or future refer ence[...]

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    WELCOME/FEA TURES [ 4 ] The TRU5865 seri es features inclu de Aut oT alk™ and AutoSt andby™ . AutoT alk allows you to an swer a call by just rem oving the han dset from the base so you d on’t have to waste time pushing button s. AutoStan dby allows you to hang up by simply r eturning the han dset to the base . T o protect you again st mis-bil[...]

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    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE [ 5 ] Q UICK R EFERENCE G UIDE INST ALL THE HANDSET BA TTERY Remove the cover . Connect the battery pack connector with the correct polarity . Replace the cover . PLUG INTO AC POWER Plug the AC adapter cord into the base unit and then to a 120V AC outlet. Place the handset in the base . Note: You must charge the battery pack c[...]

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    Controls and Functions CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS [ 6 ] 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 13 22 15 16 17 18 20 19 21 23 1. Han dset Antenna 2. Headset J ack Cover 3. Beltclip Hole 4. Han dset Battery Compartment 5. V oice Mail LED 6. Han dset Earpiece 7. LCD Display 8. call id (Caller ID)/  (ri ght cursor) Key 9. (Phon ebook)/RocketDial/  (left curso[...]

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    CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS [ 7 ] 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 42 43 44 35 36 37 38 39 41 40 45 (TRU5865-2 only) 46 47 24. Base Antenn a 25. Base Speaker 26. Status LED 27. Ring er Off LED 28. Redial K ey 29. Flash Key 30. Base Chargin g Contacts 31. Mem ory Key 32 . Ri nger Ke y 33. Find han dset Key 34. /tone K ey 35. P ause Key 36. T ransfer K ey[...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 8 ] Read this First This cordless teleph one must be set up bef ore use . Follow these steps: About the digital security code This cordless teleph one uses a digital security code to pr event unauth orized access to your base unit. This security code pr events other cor dless handsets from m aking calls through your base unit. If [...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 9 ] Checking the Package Contents Mak e sure you have received th e following item s in the packag e. If an y of these item s are missin g or damag ed, contact th e Unid en Parts Departm ent. • Base unit (1) • Han dset [TRU5865 (1) / TRU5865-2 (2)*] • AC ad apter [TRU5865 (1) / TRU5865-2 (2)] • Recharg eable battery [TRU58[...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 10 ] Setting up the Phone Do the follo wing steps: A. Choose th e best location C. Connect the base unit B . Install the battery pack D. Choose th e dialing m ode A. Choose the best location Befor e choosing a locati on for your new ph one , read “Installati on Consid eration s” on page 52. H ere are som e important guid eline[...]

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    GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED [ 1 1 ] B . Install the battery pack Charge the battery pack f or at least 15-20 hours befor e plugging the phone line into your base unit. 1) Press down on th e battery cover release and sli de the cover down un til it comes off. 2) Connect the battery pack conn ector observing the corr ect polarity (black and r ed [...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 12 ] Battery use time (per charge) Fully charg ed (15-20 hours charg e time) • 4 hours con tinuous use • 8 days wh en the handset is in th e standby mod e Cleaning the battery charging contacts T o maintain a good charge , it is important to clean the battery contacts on the handset and base unit with a dry cloth or a pencil e[...]

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    GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED [ 1 3 ] • Use only the supplied AD-313 AC adapter . Do not use any oth er AC adapter . • Connect th e AC adapter to a con tinuous power supply . • Place the base unit close to th e AC outlet so that you can unplug the AC ad apter easily . C. Connect the base unit 1) Connect the A C adapter to the DC IN 9V jack [...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 14 ] D. Choose the dialing mode Most ph one systems use ton e dialing, whi ch sends D TMF tones through th e phone lin es. However som e phone system s still use pulse dialing su ch as in rural areas . The def ault setting is ton e dialing. Depen ding on your dialin g system, set the mod e as follows: 1) When the ph one is in the [...]

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    GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED [ 1 5 ] T o chang e your Caller ID options: 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press menu/mute . 2) Press + or - to move the poin ter to “ Caller ID Setup ”, then pr ess select/ch . 3) Press + or - to choose “ Auto Talk ” or “ CIDCW ”, then pr ess select/ch . 4) Press + or - to change th e selec[...]

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    GETTING STARTED [ 16 ] Entering Y our Ar ea Code If you enter a 3-di git area code n umber in the “ Area Code ” option, your local ar ea code does n ot appear in Caller ID messages . For calls received from outsi de your local area cod e, you will see a full 10-digit n umber . 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press menu/mute . 2) Pr[...]

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    GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED [ 1 7 ] Langu age option can be used to ch oose the langu age of your display . Y ou can select English, Fr ench, or Spanish. 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press menu/mute . 2) Press + or - to move the poin ter to “ Language “, then pr ess select/ch . 3) Press + or - to choose English, Fr ench (Fra[...]

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    On the han dset, you may also use the speak erphone while talkin g on your phone . Usin g the han dset speakerphon e is called “hands-free conversati on” . This featur e allows you to easily communi cate while performing oth er tasks, such as cookin g. appears durin g hands-fr ee conversation. Y ou can easily switch a call from n ormal conversa[...]

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    BASICS BASICS [ 1 9 ] Redialing a Call The last thr ee phone n umbers dialed can be quickly r edialed. Redialing from Standb y Mode 1) Press r edial/p . The phon e number that was last dialed appears on the display . 2) Press r edial/p again. Each press of r edial/p will display one o f the last three n umbers dialed. 3) Press t alk/flash or spkr .[...]

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    [ 20 ] 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press menu/mute . 2) Press + or - to move the poin ter to “ Ringer Volume ”. 3) Press select/ch . 4) Press + or - to move the poin ter through the rin ger settings (Ring er Off, Ringer Low , or Ringer Hi gh). Y ou will hear a rin ger or melod y at the selected volume . 5) Press select/ch , you[...]

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    BASICS [ 21 ] • If you set the rin ger to Off, the ring er tone will not sound . 2) Press + or - to move the poin ter to “ Ringer Tones ”, then pr ess select/ch . Y ou can choose fr om 6 ringers or 4 m elodies: - Ring ers [Flicker , Clatter , Leap Frog, Pin g Ball, Reminder , Soft Alert] - Melodi es [Beethoven9, For Elise (Elise), M erry Chri[...]

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    [ 22 ] Adjusting the Earpiece and Handset Speaker V olume Y ou can select differen t volume levels for th e handset earpiece an d the handset speak er (V olume Low , V olume M edium, Volum e High, and V olume M aximum). The volum e can only be adjusted durin g a call. Press + or - to select the volume settings . When you hang up, the ph one keeps t[...]

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    BASICS [ 23 ] T one Dialing Switch-over Some teleph one companies use equipm ent that requir es pulse dialin g (sometimes r eferred to as rotary di aling). If you need to enter ton e dialing di gits, you can switch-over to tone di aling durin g the call. For ex ample, en tering your bank account n umber after you have called your bank. Initially m [...]

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    BASICS [ 24 ] 3-W ay Conferencing The ph one permits 3-way conversation s between the handset, base , and an outsi de line . When speaking on the handset 1) Press (talk) on the base to initi ate the 3-way conversation. 2) T o hang up, press (talk) on the base . The handset will still be connected to th e call. When speaking on the base 1) Press t a[...]

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    BASICS BASICS [ 2 5 ] T ransferring a Call T o tr ansfer from the handset to the base 1) Press xfer/del on th e handset durin g a call. The call will automati cally be placed on hold and th e transfer ton e sounds on the han dset and the base . 2) Press (talk) on the base to r eceive a transferr ed call. The handset will r eturn to the stan dby mod[...]

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    BASICS [ 26 ] Flash and Call W aiting If you have Call W aiting service an d a call waiting tone soun ds while you are on a call, pr ess talk/flash (or flash on the base) to accept the waitin g call. There is a sh ort pause, th en you will hear the n ew caller . T o return to the origin al caller , press talk/flash or flash on the base again. V oic[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [ 2 7 ] PHONEBOOK Phon ebook allows you to dial a number usin g just a few key presses . Y our phon e stores nam es/numbers in the ph onebook mem ory location, and you can sear ch nam es in alphabetical ord er . Y ou have a total of 100 locati ons that can be used for th e phon ebook (includin g the Speed dials) an d Caller ID messages . [...]

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    2) Press select/ch , “ Store/Edit Name ” appears . 3) Store the n ame (up to 16 characters) by usin g the number k eypad. • See the “Steps f or entering n ames and speci al characters” (see page 29). • Use call id/  an d /RocketDial/  to m ove the cursor to the d esired location. • Use xfer/del to d elete characters as need ed. [...]

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    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK [ 2 9 ] Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters Refer to the letters on th e number keys to select th e desired char acters. With each press of a n umber key ( 0 - 9 ), the displayed char acter appears in the followin g order: Upper case letters first, lower case letters ne xt and finally th e number correspon ding to th[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [ 30 ] For ex ample, to en ter Uniden : 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press /RocketDial/  . The han dset displays the number o f phonebook locati ons you have stored , and h ow to search and stor e the phon ebook locations . 2) Press select/ch , “ Store/Edit Name ” appears . 3) Press 8 twi ce. 4) Press 6 five tim es.[...]

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    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK [ 3 1 ] “ /SD ” appears on the display when you revi ew the RocketDi al, and “ /SPDn ” appears when you review a Speed di al. V iewing the Phonebook Y our phon e stores nam es/numbers in the ph onebook mem ory locations , and you can search n ames in alphabetical or der . You can vi ew the phon ebook during a call as wel[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [ 32 ] Making Calls Using the Phonebook From Standb y Mode 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press /RocketDial/  . 2) Press + or - to view the ph onebook location s (see “Viewin g the Phon ebook” on page 31). 3) Press t alk/flash or spkr . The displayed n umber is dialed. 4) T o hang up press end . From T alk Mode 1) Pre[...]

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    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK [ 3 3 ] 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press /RocketDial/  . 2) Press + or - , or the number k eypad to view the ph onebook location s (see “Viewing th e Phonebook” on pag e 31). a. Editing the Stored Data 1) When the ph onebook location to be edited appears , press select/ch . “ Store/Edit Name ” appear[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [ 34 ] Storing the RocketDial 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , press /RocketDial/  . 2) Press - on ce to display the RocketDi al menu, th en press select/ch . Store th e name , phon e number , and distinctive ring by followin g the steps 3 to 6 und er “Storing Phon e Numbers, Nam es, Distinctive Rin gs and Speed Dial” o[...]

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    PHONEBOOK [ 35 ] Chain Dialing The m emory location s in the handset ar e not limited to phon e numbers. Y ou can also store a gr oup of numbers (up to 20 di gits), that you need to enter on ce your call connects . This is referred to as Chain Di aling. An ex ample of this is a bank account n umber . Store th e special number in th e Phonebook loca[...]

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    [ 36 ] PHONEBOOK Memory Dialing (base only) Y ou can store 10 ph one numbers in th e base, an d make calls with m emory dialin g from th e base. Storing Phone Numbers 1) Press memory in th e standby mod e. 2) Enter the n umber you wish to store . (The number cann ot exceed 20 di gits.) 3) Press memory . En ter the mem ory location number ( 0 - 9 ) [...]

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    CALLER ID CALLER ID [ 3 7 ] Y ou must subscribe to Caller ID service to use this feature . When th e telephone rin gs, the Caller ID featur e allows you to view the caller’s n ame and phon e number on the display bef ore you answer th e phone . Ad ditionally , you can dial the displayed number an d store the inf ormation f or memory di aling. Mak[...]

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    CALLER ID [ 38 ] V iewing the Caller ID List The Caller ID list stor es informati on for incomin g calls – even unanswer ed calls. Y ou can store 100 o f the Caller ID messag es and Phon ebook locations (in cluding Speed Di als) in total. Y ou can view th e Caller ID list during a call or wh en the phon e is in the standby mode. 1) Press call id/[...]

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    CALLER ID CALLER ID [ 3 9 ] Deleting a Caller ID message 1) When the ph one is in the stan dby mode , and while th e incomin g Caller ID informati on is displayed, press xfer/del . “ Delete Message? ” appears. 2) Press + or - to choose “ Yes ” or “ No ”. 3) Press select/ch or xfer/del . When the pointer is at “ Yes ”: Y ou will hear[...]

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    CALLER ID [ 40 ] Calling a party from the Caller ID list From Standb y mode 1) Press call id/  . Th e summary screen appears . The screen sh ows the n umber of new m essages and th e total number of m essages. 2) Use the n umber keypad ( 2 - 9 and 0 ), + , or - to view th e Caller ID message list. 3) Press t alk/flash or spkr . The displayed ph [...]

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    CALLER ID CALLER ID [ 4 1 ] Call W aiting Deluxe Features • T o activate features , select “ CW Deluxe On ” in the Caller ID setup. See page 15. • Y ou can also answer a waiting call immedi ately by pressing t alk/flash , the first caller will be placed on hold. T o r eturn to the origin al caller , press talk/flash again. Y our phon e give[...]

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    EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE [ 42 ] Y our phon e supports up to 2 handsets (the ori ginal handset an d the second han dset). Y ou can now place a fully featur ed cordless handset an ywhere A C power is available to connect the han dset charger . Additi onally , you can transfer an outsid e call to anoth er handset. Expanding Y our Phone • W e refer to t[...]

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    EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE [ 4 3 ] T o tr ansfer a call (to the second handset) 1) Press xfer/del on th e handset (or transfer on th e base) durin g a call. The call will automati cally be placed on hold and th e transfer ton e will sound. 2) When the oth er handset receives th e call, the tran sfer tone stops. T o can cel the tran[...]

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    EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE [ 44 ] Setting up Charging • Charg e the second han dset for 15-20 hours bef ore using. • When you char ge the secon d handset, the display sh ows the nam e of the han dset, HS2. Dialing mode Dialin g mode is a universal settin g. When the m ode is chang ed on the origin al handset, the settin g for the secon d handset is [...]

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    EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE [ 4 5 ] EXP ANDING YOUR PHONE Operation Making and receiving calls • If you press t alk/flash or spkr on the han dset while the other han dset is in use, you will hear a beep an d “ Unavailable ” will appear . The han dset will return to the standby m ode . • If you charg e the second han dset and pick it up at th e sa[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION [ 46 ] The di gital security code is an id entificati on code used to connect th e handset and th e base unit. Norm ally , setting th e code is not n ecessary . The first tim e you charge your handset, th e security code is automati cally set. (See “ About the di gital security code”, page 8.) In th e rare situ ation tha[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION [ 4 7 ] Register the Security Code 1) Unplug the A C adapter . 2) Press and h old find handset on th e base while you plug in the AC A dapter , hold find handset until the status LED on th e base flashes. 3) Press t alk/flash . “ Handset Registering ” appears. When th e operation is finish ed “ [...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION [ 48 ] Note on Power Sources Battery replacement and handling When th e operating tim e becomes short, even after a battery is r echarged , please replace the battery . With norm al usage , your battery should last about one year . Please contact your place o f purchase or the U niden P arts Departmen t for a replacem ent ba[...]

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    ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION [ 4 9 ] General Information The ph one complies with FCC P arts 15 and 68. Oper ating temperatur e: 0 ºC to +50 ºC (+32 ºF to +122 ºF) AC A dapter Information AC A dapter part number: AD-313 for th e base AD-446 for the char ger (TRU5865-2 only) Input V oltage: 120V AC 60Hz 120V AC 60Hz Output V o[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING [ 50 ] T roubleshooting If your phon e is not performin g to your expectation s, please try these simple steps first. Symptom Suggestion The status LED won’t illuminate when • Make sure th e AC adapter is plugged in to the base and wall outlet. the handset is placed in th e base. • Make sur e the handset is pr operly seated in[...]

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    PRECAUTIONS & W ARRANTY PRECAUTIONS & W ARRANTY [ 5 1 ] Precautions! Before you r ead anything else, please observe th e following: W arning! Unid en America Corporation DOES N OT represen t this unit to be waterproof. T o redu ce the risk of fire , electrical shock, or damag e to the unit, DO NO T expose this unit to rain or moistur e. Rec[...]

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    PRECAUTIONS & W ARRANTY [ 52 ] T elephone Line Problems The FCC has gran ted the telephone company th e right to disconnect service in the even t that your phone causes problems on th e telephone lin e. Also, the telephon e company may make chan ges in facilities an d services which may affect the oper ation of your unit. However , your telepho[...]

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    I.C. NOTICE I.C. NOTICE [ 5 3 ] I.C. Notice TERMINAL EQUIPMENT NOTICE: This equipm ent meets th e applicable Ind ustry Canada T erminal Equipment T echnical Specification s. This is confirmed by th e registrati on number . The abbreviati on, IC, befor e the registr ation number si gnifies that registr ation was perform ed based on a Declaration o f[...]

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    INDEX [ 54 ] Index 0 - 9 3-way conferen cing ....................24 10 ring opti ons ..........................20 A Area Cod e ..................................16 AutoT alk....................................15 B Base speaker volum e ..................20 Battery pack Preparin g and charging ..............11 Replacemen t and handling ........48 Bel[...]

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    At Uniden, w e’ll take car e of you! If you need an y assistance with this prod uct, please call our Customer H otline at 1-800-297-1023 PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT T O THE PLACE OF PURCHASE. Our Uni den repr esentatives will be happy to help you with an y matters r egarding the oper ation of this unit, available accessori es, or any oth er[...]

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