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    Corded T elephone and Digital Ans wering System with W ide Band Digital Cordless Handset OWNER'S MANU AL WDECT 2345+1[...]

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    Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden Digital Expandable Cordless T elephone System! This is a "Corded/Cordless" T elephone unit. The corded handset (on base) can make/ receive calls during power failure. When the base unit is connected to AC power and a telephone line, it can support up to four cordless handsets. Y ou can now pl[...]

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    This series features and AutoT alk allows you to answer a call by just removing the handset from the cradle so you don't have to waste time pushing buttons. AutoSt andby allows you to hang up by simply returning the handset to the cradle. T o protect you against mis-billed calls that might result from your phone being activated by other equipm[...]

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    T erminology ! ! St andby Mode - talk/ flash T alk Mode - talk/ flash The handset maybe sitting on or off the cradle, but is NOT in use. or has not been pressed. The corded base handset is on the base and on the base has not been pressed. No dial tone is present. The handset is off the cradle and or has been pressed, or pick up the corded base hand[...]

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    Controls & Functions 1. Handset Antenna 2. Headset Jack Cover 3. Beltclip Hole 4. Hands-Free S peaker 5. Handset Battery Compartment 6. New Message LED 7. Handset Earpiece 8. LCD Display 9. (P .20 & 41) 10. (ring) Key (P .34 & 20) a. ringer volume control b. scroll keys for display screen 1 1. Key (P .36 & 41) 12. Key (P .30 & 3[...]

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    23. (P . 62) 24. In use LED 25. New Message LED 26. (P . 51) 27. Corded Base Handset 28. Base S peaker 29. Curl Cord 30. (P . 64) 31. (P . 61) 32. /DND LED (P . 35) 33. (P . 36 and 41) 34. LCD Display 35. Base Antenna 36. (volume up/ down) (P . 34 and 20) 37. (P . 9) 38. (P . 40) 39. (P .30 and 33) 40. (P . 72 and 32) 41. (speaker) LED (P . 30) 42.[...]

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    Display and Icons Example of the standby mode display ! Handset * appears if you have a new message. appears if you turn your answering system off. ** appears when the message storage is full. appears if you set your answering system to announce only . S tandby/T alk Day of the week and time/battery icon Handset ID and Banner Number of new Caller I[...]

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    B R T alk icon appears when you mute the handset or the base. T alk icon appears when the handset speaker phone is used. T alk icon appears when the Clarity Booster feature is in use. T alk icon appears when the Privacy Mode is turned on. T alk icon appears while recording a conversation. Mute Speaker Booster Privacy Record [8][...]

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    Sof t Key Function (Base only) "Soft" keys are keys that change function during the operation of the phone. There are three sof t keys on the base. Soft keys allow you to: Access the main menu Find a handset Record V oice Memo Complete information on the features controlled by the soft keys can be found under each feature. ! ! ! The funct[...]

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    Setting up the Phone Do the following steps: A. Choose the best location B. Connect the base unit C. Install the rechargeable battery pack into the handset D. Connect the charger E. Mount the base unit on a wall Here are some important guidelines you should consider: A. Choose the best location Avoid noise sources such as a window by a street with [...]

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    ! ! Use only the Do not place the power cord where it creates a trip hazard or where it could become chafed and create a fire or electrical hazard. supplied [AAD- 041S] AC Adaptor . Do not use any other AC adaptor . [1 1] B. Connect the base unit 1) Connect the handset cord to the left side of the phone and the corded base handset. 2) 3) Connect AC[...]

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    C. Inst all the rechargeable battery pack into the handset 1) Press down on the handset battery case cover (use the finger indention for a better grip) and slide the cover downward to remove. 2) Plug the battery p ack connector (red & black wires) into the jack inside the battery compartment. (The connector notches fit into the grooves of the j[...]

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    D. Connect the charger The handset is powered by a rechargeable battery pack. The battery recharges automatically when the handset is placed in the charger . 1) Connect the AC adaptor to the jack and to a standard 240V AC wall outlet. 2) Set the charger on a desk or tabletop, and place the handset in the charger with the keypad facing forward. 3) M[...]

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    E. Mount the Base Unit on a W all St andard wall plate mounting DC IN 9V TEL LINE This phone can be mounted on any standard wall plate. 1) Detach the wall mount adaptor from the bottom of the base. 2) Snap the wall mount adaptor into the notches on the base bottom as shown. 3) Plug the AC adaptor into the jack. Wrap the AC adaptor cord inside the m[...]

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    Direct wall mounting If you don't have a standard wall plate, you can mount your phone directly to the wall. Before doing this, consider the following: Avoid electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall. T ry to mount your phone within 1.5m of a working phon[...]

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    Exp anding Y our Phone Four Handset Expandability Backward / Forward Compatibility Y our phone supports up to four handsets, including any handsets supplied with your phone. Y ou can now place a fully- featured cordless handset anywhere AC power is available to connect the handset charger . Handsets can be used in DirectLink Mode or on an intercom [...]

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    ! Y our phone may be compatible with other Uniden Digital Expandable Systems. Please visit our website at for model number confirmation. www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz Register the Handset If you purchase an expansion handset (WDECT2305 model), you need to register the handset before use. Only one handset can be registered at a time. Handset[...]

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    ! ! If you have more than one handset, de- register all the handsets you have. If you de-register another handset, perform "Replacing the Base Setting" for the handset after you de-register it (see page 28). Changing the Digit al Security Code Inst alling the Beltclip Optional Headset Inst allation The digital security code is an identifi[...]

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    ! For Global Setup, Answ . Setup, and System Reset- Deregister Handset, when setting options from the handset, make sure the line is not in use and the handsets are within range of the base. Main Menu Options Y our phone has seven main menu options: Y ou can change and settings from the base or from any handset. and are only available from a handse[...]

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    ! Through this chapter , we use the handset's LCD image to describe steps. Setting Menu Options Using the interface MENU OK BACK Below are some tips for using the software interface on your phone. Press (or the soft key on the base) to access the main menu. Use scroll through options. Press (or the soft key on the base)to make a selection. Pre[...]

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    Handset or Base Setup Selecting a Ringer T one MENU OK The following submenu options must be set separately for each handset and the base. Ringer tone lets you choose from 10 melodies or 10 ringer tones. Y ou must set the ringer tone separately on the base and on each handset. Each handset and the base may use a different ringer tone, if you wish. [...]

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    ! Distinctive Ring requires the Caller Display service to function. Distinctive Ringer Setup MENU OK Setting AutoT alk (Handset only) Distinctive Ringer allows you to assign a designated ring tone to a stored phonebook number . When a call is received and the Caller ID information matches the information in one of the phonebook memory entries, the [...]

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    Setting Anykey Answer (Handset only) or . Setting the T rue Banner (Handset only) , Anykey Answer allows you to answer the phone by pressing any number key , on the handset. 1) Press Select the Handset Setup Menu, and then the Anykey Answer submenu. 2) 3) Press Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. T rue Banner lets you customize the name your handse[...]

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    GETTING ST ARTED Adjusting the LCD Contrast (Base only) MENU OK Contrast adjusts the Base LCD brightness. Choose one of the ten levels for optimum viewing. 1) Press the soft key . Select the Base Setup menu, and then the LCD Contrast submenu. 2) Press to adjust the contrast of the LCD (ten levels). 3) Press the soft key . Y ou will hear a confirmat[...]

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    Global Setup If you change one of the global settings, you change that setting for all registered handsets and the base. Only one handset or the base can change global settings at a time. Day & T ime sets the day and time of your display . 1) Press (or the MENU soft key on the base). Select the Global Setup menu, and then the Day & T ime su[...]

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    2) Press to select CIDW or CIDCW 3) Press the soft key on the base). Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. /volume up/down On Off. OK Setting the Dial Mode (Australia Only) menu/del MENU OK Dial Mode sets the dial mode to tone or pulse. Most phone systems use tone dialing; the default setting is tone dialing. Set the dialing mode to match the dialing[...]

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    Setting the Insert Zero Setting Name T ag This feature adds '0' or '00' to the number , when you receive Caller ID messages. The default setting for New Zealand is On. The default setting for Australia is Off. The Name T ag feature works with the Caller Display number from Caller ID. A subscription to this service is required fr[...]

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    System Reset (Handset only) De-register the Handset . Replacing the Base Setting 1) Press Select the System Reset menu then select the Deregister HS submenu. 2) Press to select the handset ID to be de-registered from the list, and then press appears. 3) Press to select , and then Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. 4) After de-register the handset,[...]

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    Using Y our Phone Power Failure Operation Because the phone is a corded/cordless combination phone, it can still perform several of its functions during a power failure. The following features will function even during a power failure: --Making, receiving, and redialing calls with the corded base handset --Adjusting the volume on the main base --Ca[...]

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    ! ! The handset microphone is located at the bottom of the handset. Position yourself as near to the handset as possible and speak clearly . The base microphone is located under the base. Position yourself as near to the base as possible. 1) Remove the handset from the cradle. 2) Dial the number . If pause is required, press . appears in the displa[...]

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    ! ! T o set "Autotalk", see page 22 or to set "Anykey Answer" see page 23. Press for base speakerphone, or pick up the corded base handset from the base for normal conversation. Receiving a call From the handset . From the base Hanging Up Switching to the Handset Speakerphone During a Call 1) Remove the handset from the cradle. [...]

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    ! ! ! Y ou must subscribe through your local telephone company to receive Call Waiting or Caller ID on call waiting service. Y ou can place a call on hold for five minutes. When five minutes has passed, the call is disconnected, and the phone returns to standby mode. While a call is on hold, CIDCW can not be received. Call W aiting Placing a Call o[...]

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    Redialing a Call The last three phone numbers dialed can be quickly redialed from the handset or base. 1) With the phone in standby mode, press 2) Press to scroll through the last three numbers dialed. 3) Press or , or on the base to dial the number in the display . 4) T o hang up, press (or return the corded base handset to the base, or on the bas[...]

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    5) Press or (or the soft key on the base). The redialed number is deleted. Press on the handset or on the base in standby mode. Y our phone provides three ringer volumes (off, low , or high) on the handset, or four ringer volumes (off, low , medium, or high) on the base. Y ou can select earpiece volume from among four volume levels on the handset a[...]

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    Muting the Ringer Do Not Disturb (DND) T emporarily Muting the Ringer The feature allows you to mute the ringer of the base and any registered handsets at the same time. The phone must be in st andby mode. Press and hold on the base. Y ou will hear a confirmation tone, and the LED illuminates. T o cancel the feature, press again. Y ou can also mute[...]

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    BASICS Mute Microphone T one Dialing Switch-over Y ou can temporarily mute the microphone so that the caller cannot hear you. 1) Press (or the soft key on the base) during talk mode (while the phone is in use). 2) Press to move the pointer to and then (or the soft key on the base). appears in the display . T o cancel muting, repeat above step again[...]

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    T raveling Out of Range Clarity Booster (Handset only) During a call, as you begin to move your handset too far from your base unit, noise may increase. If you pass the range limits of the base unit, you will hear a beep and see on the display , and then the handset returns to standby mode. If you encounter interference while using your phone, you [...]

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    BASICS Privacy Mode Privacy Mode prevents interruption from other registered handsets or the base. This works only when the phone is in use. 1) Press (or soft key on the base) during talk mode. 2) Press to move the pointer to and the (or the soft key on the base). and appear in the display . T o exit the Privacy Mode, repeat above step again. appea[...]

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    ! If the battery pack is completely drained, the handset will not beep when paging . From the base From the handset 1) Press on the base or the corded handset to join the conference call. 2) T o hang up, press or return the corded handset to the base. The handset(s) will still be connected to the call. 1) Press or on the handset to join the call. 2[...]

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    Setting up the Phonebook Y ou can store names and numbers in your phone’s phonebook, search for names alphabetically , and dial phonebook entries with just a few key presses. Phonebook memory is stored independently in the base and handsets. Y ou can store up to 100 numbers in the base and in each handset. The phone uses the same memory locations[...]

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    4) Enter the name (up to 16 characters) by using the number keypad. If a name is not required, go to step 5. <No Name> will be used as the name. Refer to the letters on the number keys to select the desired characters. With each press of a number key ( - ), the displayed character appears in the following order: Upper case letters first, lowe[...]

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    5) Press (or the soft key) to store the name; appears. 6) Use the number keypad, to enter the phone number (up to 20 digits). T o insert a 2-second pause in the dialing sequence, press If you make an error, use (or the soft key on the base) to erase the incorrect digits. When you are finished, press (or the soft key) to store the number . 7) appear[...]

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    9) Press (or the soft key). Y ou will hear a confirmation tone, and appears in the display . Messages shown in the Caller ID list (see page 51) can be stored in the phonebook. The phone number and name of the party on the Caller ID list can be stored in memory . 1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the Caller ID message to be stored. 2) Pre[...]

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    PHONEBOOK ! ! If the Caller ID message was received as a private/unknown number , or the message does not have the number , you cannot store the message in the phonebook. If it was received as private/ unknown name, the message will be stored as <No Name>. Even if all 100 memory locations are full, the message will be stored in the Phonebook.[...]

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    Making Calls Using the Phonebook 1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the phonebook location to dial (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 44). 2) Press or on the handset or press on the base (or pick up the corded handset). 3) T o hang up, press on the handset or press on the base (or return the corded handset to the base- AutoSt an[...]

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    PHONEBOOK Speed Dialing Y ou can program up to ten speed dial numbers in each handset and the base. Y ou must program a speed dial number before you can use the speed dialing feature. When the phone is in standby mode, press and hold a number key ( - ) associated with the speed dial location desired until the phone number appears; then press or , o[...]

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    T o delete the entry: DELETE OK Base Instructions OK OK From the base-press the soft key . Use to select , and press (or the soft key). 5) If you are deleting the entry , you will hear a confirmation tone, and Deleted! appears in the display . If you are editing the entry , follow the steps 4 to 9 under “S toring and Editing Phone Numbers, Names,[...]

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    PHONEBOOK 4) Press to select or (or , and the base), and then press soft key . If you select All Memory , appears on the display screen. Press to select , and then press the soft key . If you select , press , or the number key ( ) to select the phonebook location you want to export and then press the soft key . 5) The phonebook locations will be tr[...]

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    ! ! ! ! If you answer a call before the Caller ID message is received, the Caller ID message will not appear . When the call is received via a T elephone company that does not offer Caller ID service, the caller’s phone number and name does not appear . (This includes some international calls.) When the call is received via a private branch excha[...]

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    CALLER ID Y ou may receive any one of the following messages: When a private name is received; When a private number is received; When a unknown name is received; When a unknown number is received; When a overseas call (0000) is received (New Zealand only); Data errors appear as " .” Private Private unavailable unavailable Incomplete Data OV[...]

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    ! The number of calls from the same Caller ID appears next to the received time. Once you view the new message, the number will disappear . Viewing the Caller ID List The Caller ID list stores information for incoming calls - even unanswered calls. Y ou can store up to 100 Caller ID messages and phonebook locations (including S peed Dials) for each[...]

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    CALLER ID T o view the Caller ID messages with alphabetical search, press the number key pad ( and ) with the letter associated with the first letter of the desired message. Once you view the Caller ID list with alphabetical search, you cannot switch back to historical order unless you exit and re-enter the operation. 3) T o finish the viewing oper[...]

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    Deleting all Caller ID name/numbers 1) When the phone is in standby mode, press 2) Press (or the soft key on the base). Appears. 3) Press to choose 4) Press (or the soft key). Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. cid menu/del /volume up/down select/ . DELETE OK Delete All? Yes. ! Once the Caller ID data has been deleted, the information cannot be re[...]

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    Calling a Party from the Caller ID List 1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the Caller ID message (see "Viewing the Caller ID List" on page 51). 3) Press on the handset or ,or pick up the corded handset. The displayed phone number dials automatically . OR 1) Press on the handset or , or pick up the corded handset. 2) View the Cal[...]

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    The Integrated T elephone Answering Device The phone has a built- in answering system that answers and records incoming calls. Y ou can also use your answering system to record a conversation, leave a voice memo message, or announce a special outgoing message to callers when you're away from your phone. • Digital T apeless Recording • Up- [...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE Answering System Setup Record a Personal Outgoing Message (Base Only) Selecting Y our Greeting (Base only) This main menu option allows you to set up the built in answering device. Record Greeting allows you to record a personal messase (greeting) which the answering system automatically plays when you receive a cal[...]

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    ! Through this chapter , we use Handset LCD image to describe steps. Each time you press the sof t key , the phone switches the outgoing message between the prerecorded and the personal outgoing message. T o delete the personal greeting, press the soft key . Y ou need to select a two-digit security code in order to play your messages from a remote [...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE 2) Press to select a Ring T ime. 3) Press (or the soft key on the base). Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. Record T ime sets the duration for recording the incoming messages. Y ou have three record time options: "one minute" "four minutes" or "Announce Only". "Announce only"[...]

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    1) Press (or the key). Select the Answ. Setup menu, and then the Message Alert submenu. 2) Press to select or 3) Press (or the soft key on the base). Y ou will hear a confirmation tone. T o quickly turn off the Message Alert tone, press any key on the base unit; the tone will automatically deactivate. Call Screen allows you to listen (from the base[...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE [60] Setting the Day and Time S t amp The T ime stamp will not be heard until you have set the time. See "Setting The Day and T ime" on page 25.[...]

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    ! When the answering system is full, you will hear “No Remaining Time“ and appears on the LCD. Y ou should delete some messages so that the system can record new messages. FULL T urning the Answering System On/Off Setting Y our Outgoing Message (Greeting) 1) T o turn the answering system on, press on the base when the phone is in standby mode o[...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE ! The time stamp will not be heard until you have set the time. New Message LED Using Y our Answering System The new message LED on the handset and base flashes when you have new messages in your answering system. The LED stops flashing when all new messages are played back. The message counter displays the number o[...]

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    2) When all new messages have been played, you hear a confirmation tone, and the system announces "End of messages." The system returns to st andby . After you have reviewed your new messages, you can play your old messages by pressing again. Once you have listened to a new message, it then becomes an old message. The old messages will be[...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE 2) Press the soft key at anytime to skip to the next message. Each time you press the soft key , the system scans forward one message. If you have several messages, press the soft key repeatedly to find the message you want to play . T o quickly scroll through a message, press and hold the soft key . The system adva[...]

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    ! ! ! ! If the recording memory is full, appears in the display . Y ou can not record a conversation until you clear some messages from the memory . Every state has different regulations governing the recording of conversations over the telephone. Make sure to check your local, state and federal laws before using this product to record any telephon[...]

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    1) After the answering system answers, the base speaker will let you hear the calls as the machine records the message. T o adjust the volume, press If you set the answering system to off, you cannot screen a call. 2) T o answer the call, pick up the corded handset or press on the base. T o mute the Call Screen, press the soft key or . T o cancel m[...]

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    ! ! ! For the Repeat a Message function, press within about four seconds to repeat the previous message, or press after about four seconds to repeat the current message. Messages will be played in the order in which they were received. The time and day that each message was received is announced after the message is played. The greeting must be mor[...]

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    THE INTEGRA TED ANSWERING DEVICE Remote Key Function Remote access away from home /2 7 /5 8 60 Play incoming Messages Memo Record/S top** S top Operation Play Greeting Message Help Greeting Message Record/S top** ** For the Memo Record and Greeting Message Record functions, the first time you enter the corresponding command, it starts the Recording[...]

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    ! For your convenience a remote operation card is provided for you to use while away from home (refer to page 88). Command Function Command Function then Repeat a Message* # then Answering System On then Play incoming Messages # then Memo Record/ S top** then Skip a Message # then Greeting Message Record/ S top** then Delete a Message # then Answer[...]

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    MUL TI - HANDSET FEA TURES ! Handsets can be in Direct Link mode while other handsets are in use. ! Handsets can be in Direct Link mode while other handsets are in use. ! Handsets can be in Direct Link mode while other handsets are in use. Multi-Handset Features Using DirectLink Mode The features in this section require a minimum Of two handsets to[...]

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    DirectLink call 1) When the phone is in DirectLink standby mode, press (example of DirectLink from handset #1). 2) Select the handset to which you wish to DirectLink with by pressing the number keys ( ). Y our handset will then page the other handset. 3) On the receiving handset, press , or if Any Key Answer is on, press any number key , 4) When yo[...]

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    MUL TI - HANDSET FEA TURES ! If the party is busy or out of range, the phone returns to standby mode. If you receive an outside/intercom call or page while selecting the other handset (or the base), the operation will be canceled. If you do not select a handset or the base within thirty seconds, the operation will be canceled. If the party does not[...]

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    From a handset From the base , , ANSWER T o hang up an intercom page from: END From a handset 1) Pick up the handset from the cradle. (If AutoT alk is enabled, the handset will automatically answer when you pick it up.) 2) Press , or Pick up the corded base handset. T o answer with the base speakerphone, press or the soft key . -- Handset: press or[...]

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    MUL TI - HANDSET FEA TURES From the base OK CANCEL Answering a Call T ransfer Page T o answer a page from a handset volume up/down , T o answer a page from the base ANSWER Accepting the call transfer 1) During a call, press on the base. The Call will be put on hold. 2) Use to select the handset you want to transfer the call to, and then press the s[...]

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    Room/Baby Monitor This feature allows you to monitor sounds in another room. Place a handset or the base in the room you wish to monitor; it will function as a microphone. A second handset can be set to function as a remote speaker , allowing you to monitor sounds in the room. 1) Press and enter the Room Monitor menu. appears. 2) Select the handset[...]

  • Page 77

    ADDITIONAL INFORMA TION Note on Power Sources Power Failure Battery replacement and handling W arning Caution During the period that the power is off, you can make or receive calls with the base. Y ou can not use the base speaker phone or the cordless handsets. In the event of a power failure occurring, Corded Handset on the base requires 2 seconds[...]

  • Page 78

    Low Battery Alert When the battery pack is very low , the phone is programmed to eliminate functions in order to save power . - The empty battery icon appears. - Low Battery appears in the display . If the phone is in standby mode, none of keys will operate. If you are on a call, complete your conversation as quickly as possible, and return the han[...]

  • Page 79

    General Information Operating temperature: AC adaptor Information Battery Information www .uniden.com.au or www .uniden.co.nz 0 °C to +50 °C (+ 32 °F to +122 °F) AC adaptor part number: AAD-041S for the base AAD-600S for the charger Input V oltage: 230-240V AC 50Hz 230-240 V AC 50Hz Output V oltage: 9V DC 350mA 9V DC 210mA Battery part number: [...]

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    T roubleshooting If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps first. If these step s do not solve your problem, visit our website for further information (www .uniden.com.au or www .uniden.co.nz). Symptom Suggestion The charge LED won't illuminate when the handset is placed in the cradle. The audio sounds[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING Severe noise interference. The Caller ID does not display . Y ou cannot register the handset at the base. The handset doesn't communicate with other handsets. An extra handset can't join the conversation. The base can't join the conversation Room Monitor feature does not work. The answering system does not work. Messa[...]

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    No sound on the base unit speaker during call monitoring or message playback. Cannot access remote call- in features from another touch-tone phone. T ime stamp cannot be heard • Adjust the speaker volume on the base unit. • Make sure the call screen feature is set to on. • Make sure you are using the correct PIN number. • Make sure that the[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING Liquid Damage Moisture and liquid can damage your cordless phone. In case of accidental submersion, please read the following steps. Case Action If the handset or base is exposed to moisture or liquid, but it only affects the exterior plastic housing. If moisture or liquid has entered the plastic- housing (i. e. liquid can be heard [...]

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    Index A B C D E, F , G , H I, J, K, L M, N, O P, Q R S T , U, V , W, X, Y , Z Announce only feature......................61 Answering system Deleting a message.......................64 Playing your messages..................62 Recording a conversation..............65 Remote access..............................66 Repeating a message.................[...]

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    Important: Warrantor: ELEMENT OF W ARRANTY : Warranty is only valid in the original country of purchase. W ARRANTY DURA TION: P ARTS COVERED: ST ATEMENT OF REMEDY : PROCEDURE FOR OBT AINING PERFORMANCE OR WARRANTY : Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service. Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498 Uniden New Zealand [...]

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    THANK Y OU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PR ODUCT . (c) 2005 Uniden Australia Pty Limited. Uniden New Zealand Ltd. Printed in China UPZZ01381BZ[...]