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    PowerTel
    60 plus

    User Guide



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    At
    Übersicht
    a glance

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    forklappen
    “At a glance“
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    your PowerTel 60 plus

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    AT

    A GLANCE

    +60dB

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    Call back button
    One−touch dialling button M1
    Delete / Store
    One−touch dialling button M2
    Scroll upwards
    Quick dial button
    Scroll downwards
    Calls list (CID) / Cancel
    New call indication (see page 30)
    Phone book
    Save number button
    R button
    Redial button
    LED, telephone is ringing
    LED, handsfree mode
    Handsfree mode button
    Receiver boost button
    Volume boost on LED
    Control knob, receiver volume
    (hidden under handset)
    Ring volume slide control
    Tone slide control
    Handsfree volume slide control

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 4

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 5

    CONTENTS
    Getting started...........................................................................................................6
    Check box contents ...............................................................................................6
    Connecting the telephone.....................................................................................7
    Wall mounting........................................................................................................9
    Display icons ........................................................................................................11
    First use ................................................................................................................12
    Making and receiving calls .....................................................................................16
    Dialling a telephone number ..............................................................................16
    Ending a call.........................................................................................................16
    Taking a call..........................................................................................................17
    Activating/deactivating handsfree mode...........................................................17
    Boost the handset earpiece volume ..................................................................18
    Setting the handset receiver volume.................................................................18
    Setting the handset receiver tone ......................................................................18
    Setting the handsfree volume ............................................................................18
    Dialling a telephone number using the redial function ...................................19
    Calling back missed calls ...................................................................................19
    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 6

    CONTENTS
    Dialling a telephone number from the phone book.........................................20
    Dialling a telephone number using quick dialling............................................21
    One-touch dialling / Emergency call ..................................................................22
    Phone settings .........................................................................................................24
    Ringer volume......................................................................................................24
    Phone book ..........................................................................................................24
    Quick dialing ........................................................................................................28
    One-touch dialling / Emergency call ..................................................................29
    Calls list.................................................................................................................30
    To modify the settings.........................................................................................32
    Special use ...........................................................................................................34
    Appendix...................................................................................................................36
    Safety notes .........................................................................................................36
    Intended use.........................................................................................................36
    Installation location .............................................................................................36
    Power supply .......................................................................................................37
    Hearing aid compatibility....................................................................................37
    2

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



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    INHALTSVERZEICHNIS
    CONTENTS
    Disposal ................................................................................................................38
    Help and support / Troubleshooting guide .......................................................39
    Maintenance.........................................................................................................40
    Guarantee .............................................................................................................40
    Declaration of conformity ...................................................................................41
    Index..........................................................................................................................44
    Notes .........................................................................................................................46

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 8

    INHALTSVERZEICHNIS

    4



  • Page 9

    Telefon in
    Getting started
    Betrieb nehmen

    Service-Hotline
    HelplineDeutschland
    UK 0844 80001805
    6503 001388
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    (See
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    5



  • Page 10

    GETTING

    STARTED

    Getting started
    Important: please make sure you’ve read the safety information on page 36
    before you set up your phone system.
    Important: Your phone can produce very high sound when Boost is
    switched on. Please take care if the handset is used by others.

    Check box contents
    You should have:








    6

    1
    1
    1
    1
    1
    1
    1

    corded phone base
    handset
    coiled cord for handset
    power adapter
    telephone line connector cable
    wall−mounting bracket
    user guide

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 11

    TELEFON

    ING
    BETTING
    ETRIEB STARTED
    NEHMEN

    Important:
    • Use only the power adapter supplied with your telephone.
    • Use only the telephone cable supplied with your telephone otherwise
    your phone may not work.

    Connecting the telephone
    For using all features e. g. Hands-Free and Amplification it is essential that the
    telephone is powered by the power supply and the batteries (not supplied).

    1. Insert the batteries in the open battery
    compartment.
    Only use batteries of the type AA 1.5 V.
    Pay attention to the correct polarity.
    Close the battery compartment cover.
    Pay attention that the telephone is not connected to the telephone line socket and/or mains power connection when the batteries are being inserted or
    replaced.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 12

    TELEFON
    G
    ETTING IN
    STARTED
    BETRIEB

    NEHMEN

    2. Connect the telephone as illustrated in the diagram. Only use the telephone
    cable supplied because the equipment may not function if another telephone cable is used.

    Shaker unit
    (Option)

    Mains power
    wall socket

    Telephone wall
    socket

    In order to use an approved shaker unit, connect the shaker unit plug to the
    “Vibrat.“ socket in the telephone. No other work is necessary.
    The shaker unit is ready to operate immediately after connection.
    The shaker unit does not belong to the material supplied.

    8

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 13

    GETTING

    STARTED

    Wall mounting
    The telephone can also be installed on a wall. You require two screws in order
    to fix the telephone on a wall.
    Feed the guide tabs (1) on the wall−mounting bracket (2) in the slots (3) on the
    rear side of the telephone. Slide the wall bracket (2) 10 mm upwards until it
    audibly snaps into place.

    3

    3

    2
    1

    Warning: Ensure that there are no cables or pipes etc. under the surface of
    the wall where you want to drill the holes.
    Drill two holes whose distance apart corresponds to the bracket to be used,
    insert the screws and allow them to project 5 mm from the wall.
    Position the telephone on the bracket, fit the screws in the slots and slide the
    telephone downwards a little.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 14

    GETTING

    STARTED

    Turn the receiver hook (4) in the receiver cradle 180° so that the receiver can be
    hooked in.

    4

    4

    4

    4

    4

    i

    10

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    GETTING

    STARTED

    Display icons
    Replace the batteries.

    14:45
    11/06

    Display of the time.
    Display of the date.
    The phone book is open.

    CID

    The calls list is open.

    NEW

    The entry in the calls list is new.
    Indicates a repeat call.
    Position number in the call list.

    TOTAL:XX
    NEW:XX

    There are XX entries in the call list.
    There are XX new entries in the call list.
    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 16

    GETTING

    STARTED

    First use
    When connecting the telephone to the power supply or after inserting the batteries for the first time you will be asked for some settings.
    If this settings procedure is aborted, e. g. by lifting the handset, you can do
    these settings later at any time (see page 32).
    In the display DEUTSCH is flashing (setting on delivery).
    Use
    Press

    or

    to select the desired language.

    to confirm the setting.

    The display shows LCD CONTRAST.
    Use
    Press

    or

    to change the contrast ( 1 2 3 4).

    to confirm the setting.

    The display shows SET TIME/DATE with the “hours“ flashing.
    Set the hours using

    12

    or

    and press

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 17

    GETTING
    Set the minutes using
    Set the day using

    or
    or

    Set the month using

    and press
    and press

    or

    STARTED

    .
    .

    and press

    .

    The display shows TONE flashing.
    Use

    or

    to select the dialling mode (if necessary). In most situati-

    ons the Tone option should be selected. You won’t have to change anything.
    Simply press

    .

    The display shows FLASH TIME flashing.
    Use

    or

    to select the flash time (if necessary). In most situations

    100 ms (setting on delivery) should be selected. You won’t have to change anything. Simply press

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

    13



  • Page 18

    GETTING

    STARTED

    Your telephone is ready to use and shows the idle display.
    You can change this settings later at any time. For more information please
    refer to page 32.

    14

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 19

    Making and
    receiving calls

    Service-Hotline
    HelplineDeutschland
    UK 0844 80001805
    6503 001388
    (Kosten bei Drucklegung: 14
    (See
    ct/Min.
    pageaus
    39 for
    demcosts
    dt. Festnetz,
    and hours
    max.
    of operation)
    42 ct/Min. aus den Mobilfunknetzen)

    15



  • Page 20

    TELEFON
    ELEFONIEREN
    M
    AKING AND
    IN BETRIEB
    RECEIVING
    NEHMEN
    CALLS

    Making and receiving calls
    Dialling a telephone number
    To start a call you have the following options:
    -

    lift the handset and enter the phone number.

    -

    enter the phone number and lift the handset.

    or alternatively
    -

    enter the phone number and press

    or

    .

    Handsfree mode will be activated and the phone number will be dialled (for
    handsfree mode power supply/batteries necessary).


    During a call you can see the call time on the display.

    Ending a call
    For ending a call you can:
    -

    replace the handset.

    or alternatively
    -

    press

    if the call was made in handsfree mode (the red LED within the

    handsfree button is on).

    16

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 21

    MAKING

    AND RECEIVING
    TELEFONIEREN
    CALLS

    Taking a call
    Lift the handset or press

    .

    Activating/deactivating handsfree mode
    During a call you are making using the handset you can switch to handsfree
    mode to switch on the loudspeaker (power supply/batteries necessary).
    Press

    and then replace the handset.

    If you want to continue the call using the handset simply lift the handset.

    Please note:
    - During handsfree mode your speech is transmitted via the microphone on
    the base. Speak at a distance of not more than 0.5 meters facing the front
    of the unit.
    - High background noise levels can prevent satifactory operation.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 22

    TELEFON
    ELEFONIEREN
    M
    AKING AND
    IN BETRIEB
    RECEIVING
    NEHMEN
    CALLS

    Boost the handset earpiece volume
    You can boost the handset earpiece volume to +60 dB (power supply/batteries
    necessary). Press

    . The “On“ LED

    is on.

    Caution: This telephone is capable of producing very high volume levels
    when the amplifier is switched on and the volume control is set to maximum. Extreme caution should be taken if the handset is to be shared between users with normal hearing and those with hearing impairment.

    Setting the handset receiver volume
    You can adjust the handset receiver volume using the control (19) / (refer to “At
    a glance“).

    Setting the handset receiver tone
    You can adjust the handset receiver tone using the control (21) if the Boost
    function (60 dB) is on (refer to “At a glance“).

    Setting the handsfree volume
    You can adjust the handsfree volume using the control (22) (refer to “At a
    glance“).
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    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 23

    MAKING

    AND RECEIVING
    TELEFONIEREN
    CALLS

    Dialling a telephone number using the redial function
    Your telephone stores the last phone number dialled.


    Lift the handset or press

    and then press

    .

    or alternatively


    Press

    and then lift the handset or press

    .

    Calling back missed calls
    The telephone stores the numbers of missed calls in a calls list. For further
    information please refer to the chapter „Calls list“ on page 30.


    Lift the handset or press
    and

    and press

    , then select the desired entry using
    .

    or alternatively


    select the desired entry using
    press

    and

    , then lift the handset or

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 24

    TELEFON
    ELEFONIEREN
    ,M
    AKING IN
    AND
    BETRIEB
    RECEIVING
    NEHMEN
    CALLS

    Dialling a telephone number from the phone book
    For how to create and store phonebook entries please refer to the chapter
    “Phone book“ on page 24.


    Lift the handset or press



    Press

    .

    , select the desired entry using

    and

    and press

    , select the desired entry using

    and

    and lift the

    .
    or


    Press

    handset or press

    20

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 25

    MTAKING
    ELEFONAND
    IN B
    RECEIVING
    ETRIEB NEHMEN
    CALLS

    Dialling a telephone number using quick dialling
    For how to store quick dial numbers please refer to the chapter “Quick dial“ on
    page 28.


    Lift the handset or press

    .



    Press

    and then the memory location number (0 … 9).



    Press

    and then the memory location number (0 … 9).



    Lift the handset or press

    or

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 26

    TELEFONIEREN
    M
    AKING AND RECEIVING

    CALLS

    One-touch dialling / Emergency call
    The one-touch dialling / emergency call buttons can be used to dial an emergency services exchange or persons for assistance. For how to store onetouch / emergency numbers please refer to the chapter “One-touch dialling /
    emergency call“ on page 29.


    Lift the handset or press

    .



    Press the one-touch memory button

    or

    .



    Press the one-touch memory button

    or

    .



    Lift the handset or press

    or

    .

    Note: The telephone numbers assigned to the one-touch dialling buttons
    can not be deleted. When storing new numbers, the existing entries are
    overwritten.

    22

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 27

    Phone settings

    Service-Hotline
    HelplineDeutschland
    UK 0844 80001805
    6503 001388
    (Kosten bei Drucklegung: 14
    (See
    ct/Min.
    pageaus
    39 for
    demcosts
    dt. Festnetz,
    and hours
    max.
    of operation)
    42 ct/Min. aus den Mobilfunknetzen)

    23



  • Page 28

    THONE
    EINSTELLEN
    P
    ELEFON
    SETTINGS
    IN
    BETRIEB NEHMEN

    Phone settings
    Ringer volume
    You can adjust the ringer volume using the control (20) (refer to “At a glance“).

    Phone book
    Thirty−two phone numbers can be stored in the phone book together with the
    associated names.
    • Always enter the area access code with the phone numbers so that the telephone can also assign incoming local calls to a phone book entry.
    • When the memory capacity of the phone book is used up, the message
    MEMORY FULL appears when an attempt is made to store another number.
    To create space, an existing entry must first be deleted.
    • The phone book entries are arranged alphabetically. To skip to the required
    phone book entry directly, enter the first letter of the corresponding entry.

    24

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 29

    EINSTELLEN
    TELEFONTINELEFON
    B
    PHONE
    ETRIEB
    SETTINGS
    NEHMEN

    Entering a name
    The digit keys are also labelled with letters for the entry of the respective letters. Pressing the respective key the necessary number of times enables capital
    letters and digits to be entered.
    Enter a space by pressing

    .

    Delete a character by pressing

    .

    To enter the same letter twice, press the button to enter the letter. Wait until
    the cursor skips one place forward. Enter the letter again.
    Creating phone book entries


    Press

    .



    Press

    and confirm SAVE? by pressing



    Enter the telephone number and press



    Enter the name and press

    .
    .

    .

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 30

    Making
    and
    calls
    THONE
    P
    ELEFON
    SETTINGS
    IN receiving
    BETRIEB NEHMEN
    Editing entries in the phone book


    Press

    and select an entry using

    and

    .



    Press and hold



    Enter the new telephone number if necessary and confirm with



    Enter the new name if necessary and confirm with

    for approx. 3 s and confirm EDIT? by pressing

    .

    Deleting a single entry from the phone book


    Press



    Press



    Press and hold

    26

    and select an entry using

    and

    . The display shows DELETE?.
    for approx. 4 s. Entry is deleted.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

    .

    .
    .



  • Page 31

    Making
    receiving
    calls
    TELEFON
    IN and
    B
    PHONE
    ETRIEB
    SETTINGS
    NEHMEN
    Delete all entries from the phone book


    Press

    and select an entry using



    Press and hold

    and

    .

    for approx. 4 s.

    The display shows DELETE ALL?.


    Press and hold

    for approx. 4 s. again.

    Note: To abort a setting without any change press the CID button.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 32

    Making
    and
    calls
    THONE
    P
    ELEFON
    SETTINGS
    IN receiving
    BETRIEB NEHMEN

    Quick dialing
    You can store up to 10 phone numbers so that they can be dialled simply by
    quick dialling.
    Programming quick dial buttons


    Press

    .



    Enter the telephone number and press



    Enter the name and press



    Press the digit key, the quick dialling number should be assigned to.

    .

    .

    Note: For dialling a telephone number using the quick dialling feature please
    refer to page 21.
    Note: The phone numbers assigned to the quick dial buttons cannot be
    deleted. When storing new numbers, the existing entries are overwritten.

    28

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 33

    Making
    receiving
    calls
    TELEFON
    IN and
    B
    PHONE
    ETRIEB
    SETTINGS
    NEHMEN

    One-touch dialling / Emergency call
    You can use the buttons M1 and M2 as one-touch dialling buttons resp. as
    memory buttons for an emergency call. This will be quicker and easier than
    dialling with the quick dial feature or the phone book.
    Storing telephone numbers to the one-touch memory buttons


    Press

    .



    Enter the telephone number and press



    Enter the name and press



    Press

    or

    .

    .

    , to assign the telephone number to the respective

    button.

    Note: The phone numbers assigned to the one-touch dialling buttons cannot
    be deleted. When storing new numbers, the existing entries are overwritten.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 34

    THONE
    ELEFON
    EINSTELLEN
    P
    SETTINGS

    Calls list
    Note: The caller number display function, essential for the calls list, is a supplementary service offered by telephone network providers. Contact your
    network provider for further information.

    If this function is available with your telephone line, the number of the caller
    and the name, if an entry in the telephone book exists, appears in the display
    when the phone rings. If the caller has suppressed transmission of his phone
    number or it is otherwise unavailable, a corresponding message appears in the
    display. The phone number is not displayed and, as a result, is not stored in
    the calls list.
    The idle display shows, how many entries are in the calls list and how many of
    them are NEW (not yet seen). A total of 32 call numbers can be stored in the
    calls list. The flashing red LED indicates new calls in the calls list. This LED will
    flash as long as there are still new (not read) calls in the calls list.
    To stop flashing press
    repeatedly.
    Displaying phone numbers in the calls list


    30

    Press

    and select an entry using

    and

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  • Page 35

    TELEFON
    PHONEEINSTELLEN
    SETTINGS
    Storing numbers from the calls list in the phone book


    Press

    and select an entry using

    and



    Press

    and confirm COPY NUMBER? with

    .
    .

    Deleting phone numbers individually


    Press

    and select an entry using



    Press



    Press and hold

    and

    .

    . The display shows DELETE?.
    for approx. 4 s. The entry is deleted.

    Deleting all entries


    Press

    and select an entry using



    Press and hold

    and

    .

    for approx. 4 s.

    The display shows DELETE ALL?.


    Press and hold

    for approx. 4 s. again.
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    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 36

    THONE
    ELEFON
    EINSTELLEN
    P
    SETTINGS

    To modify the settings
    You can modify the settings made when connecting the phone for the very first
    time (refer to page 12) if necessary or when connecting your phone to a PABX.


    Open the menu by pressing and holding down



    The current setting for the language appears.



    Change the setting using
    or simply press

    and

    and press

    to keep the current setting.



    The current setting for the display contrast appears.



    Change the setting using
    or simply press

    for approx. 5 s.

    and

    and press

    to keep the current setting.



    The current setting for date and time appears.



    Change the hours, minutes, day and/or month using
    press

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    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

    and

    and



  • Page 37

    TELEFON
    PHONEEINSTELLEN
    SETTINGS
    or simply press

    to keep the current setting.



    The current setting for the dialling mode appears.



    Change the setting using
    or simply press

    and

    and press

    to keep the current setting.



    The current setting for the flash time appears.



    Change the setting using
    or simply press
    Dialling mode -

    Flash time -

    and

    and press

    to keep the current setting.
    In most situations the Tone option should be selected.
    In some cases, e. g. when connecting the phone to a
    PABX, it may be necessary to switch to PULSE.
    In most situations the flash time of 100 ms should be
    selected. In some cases, e. g. when connecting the
    phone to a PABX, it may be necessary to switch to 300
    or 600 ms. For further information please refer to the
    user guide of the PABX.

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Page 38

    PHONE

    SETTINGS

    Special use
    Use on a private branch exchange
    If your phone’s on an exchange (e.g. you need to dial 9 to get an outside line),
    you can transfer calls and use call back by using the

    button.

    You’ll need to check your private exchange manual to find out which timing to
    use for your exchange.

    Insert a dialling pause
    If you have to dial a number for an outside line and it takes a while to connect,
    you can insert a pause so you don’t have to wait to hear the dialling tone.
    To insert a dialling pause, simply enter the number you usually dial for an
    outside line and then press

    .

    Using additional services
    Your phone should be able to support services such as call waiting and
    conference calls. You’ll need to check with your telephone network provider for
    further information on these services.

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    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See page 39 for costs and hours of operation)



  • Page 39

    Appendix
    Anhang

    Service-Hotline
    HelplineDeutschland
    UK 0844 80001805
    6503 001388
    (Kosten bei Drucklegung: 14
    (See
    ct/Min.
    pageaus
    39 for
    demcosts
    dt. Festnetz,
    and hours
    max.
    of operation)
    42 ct/Min. aus den Mobilfunknetzen)

    35



  • Page 40

    APPENDIX
    NHANG

    Appendix
    Safety notes
    Please make sure you read this user guide carefully and keep it for further use.

    Intended use
    The telephone is suitable for telephoning within a analogue public telephone
    network system. Any other use is considered unintended use. Unauthorised
    modification or reconstruction is not permitted. Under no circumstances open
    the device or attempt any repair work yourself.

    Installation location
    Make sure your phone:
    • is on a dry, flat and stable surface or mounted to a wall.
    • isn’t a trip hazard with its cables.
    • isn’t exposed to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture, heat and direct
    sunlight.
    • is at least one metre from other electrical appliances to avoid mutual interference.
    Make sure that the access to the power adapter plug is not obstructed by furniture or such.

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    Power supply
    Caution: Only use the power adapter plug supplied because other power
    supplies could damage the telephone. Ensure access to the power adapter
    plug is not obstructed by furniture or such.

    The included mains adapter meets the eco-design
    requirements of the European Union (Directive 2005/32/EG).
    Thus, its power consumption is considerably lower, both in
    operated as well as in non-operated mode, compared with the
    mains adapter of previous design.

    Hearing aid compatibility
    Your phone works with most popular hearing aids. However, given the wide
    range of hearing aids available, we can’t guarantee that your phone will function fully with every hearing aid.
    Important: Your phone can produce very high sound when Boost is
    switched on. Please take care if the handset is used by others.
    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
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    Disposal
    You are obliged to dispose of consumable goods properly in accordance with the applicable legal regulations.
    The symbol on this product indicates that electrical and electronic
    apparatus and batteries must be disposed of separately from domestic
    waste at suitable collection points provided by the public waste authorities. Batteries can also often be disposed of at the point of sale.
    Packaging materials must be disposed of according to local regulations.

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    Help and support / Troubleshooting guide
    Helpline
    If you need some help and you’re in the UK, please first check and see if your
    problem can be solved using the troubleshooting guide below. If it can’t ,
    please call us on 0844 800 6503 (using a UK landline, at the time of going to
    print: calls cost 6p for connection charge and then 5p a minute. Mobile costs
    may vary). Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, excluding public holidays. If you’ve a claim on your 2-year guarantee, please contact your supplier.
    I can’t make phone calls
    - Make sure the phone cable is connected properly. If it is, there may be a
    fault. Please make sure you’re using the phone cable that came with your
    phone.
    Some features e. g. the boost function and handsfree are not working
    - Check the power supply.
    - Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly, they are of the correct type
    and they are not exhausted.
    The display of incoming call numbers is not working
    - Check you have this service on your phone line. Please call your network
    provider.
    - The caller may have withheld their phone number.
    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
    (See on this page for costs and hours of operation)

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    Maintenance



    Please clean your equipment’s surfaces with a soft, fluff-free cloth.
    Never use cleaning agents or solvents.

    Guarantee
    AMPLICOMMS equipment is produced and tested according to the latest production methods. The implementation of carefully chosen materials and highly
    developed technologies ensure trouble free functioning and a long service life.
    The terms of the guarantee do not apply where the cause of the equipment
    malfunction is the fault of the telephone network operator or any interposed
    private branch extension system. The terms of the guarantee do not apply to
    the rechargeable batteries or power packs used in the products. The period of
    guarantee is 24 months from the date of purchase.
    All deficiencies resulting from material of production faults which occur during
    the period of guarantee will be eliminated free of charge. Rights to claims
    under the terms of guarantee are annulled following intervention by the purchaser or third parties. Damage caused as a result of improper handling or
    operation, incorrect positioning or storing, improper connection or installation,
    Acts of God or other external influence are not covered by the terms of guarantee.

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    AAPPENDIX
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    In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair or replace defect
    parts or provide a replacement device. Replacement parts or devices become
    our property.
    Rights to compensation in the case of damage are excluded where there is no
    evidence or intent or gross negligence by the manufacturer.
    If your equipment shows signs of defect during the period of guarantee, please
    return to the sales outlet in which you purchased the AMPLICOMMS equipment together with the purchase receipt. All rights to claims under the terms of
    guarantee in accordance with this agreement must be asserted exclusively with
    regard to your sales outlet.
    Two years after the purchase of our products, claims under the terms of guarantee can no longer be asserted.

    Declaration of conformity
    This device fulfils the requirements stipulated in the EU directive:
    1999/5 EU directive on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal
    equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
    Conformity with the above mentioned directive is confirmed by the CE symbol
    on the device.
    To view the complete Declaration of Conformity, please refer to the free download available on our website www.amplicomms.com
    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
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    Index

    Service-Hotline
    HelplineDeutschland
    UK 0844 80001805
    6503 001388
    (Kosten bei Drucklegung: 14
    (See
    ct/Min.
    pageaus
    39 for
    demcosts
    dt. Festnetz,
    and hours
    max.
    of operation)
    42 ct/Min. aus den Mobilfunknetzen)

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    INDEX

    Index
    A
    Additional services . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
    B
    Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
    Box contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
    C
    Calls list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19, 30
    Connecting the telephone . . . . . . . 7
    Creating phone book entries . . . . 25
    D
    Declaration of conformity .
    Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Dialling mode . . . . . . . . . . .
    Dialling pause . . . . . . . . . . .
    Display icons . . . . . . . . . . .
    Displaying phone numbers
    in the calls list. . . . . . . . . . .
    Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    44

    .
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    16
    33
    34
    11

    . . . . . 30
    . . . . . 38

    E
    Editing entries in the phone book
    Emergency call . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,
    Ending a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Entering a name . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    26
    29
    16
    25

    F
    First use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
    Flash time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
    G
    Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    H
    Handset receiver tone . . .
    Handset receiver volume .
    Handsfree mode . . . . . . . .
    Handsfree volume . . . . . .
    Hearing aid . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    18
    18
    17
    18
    37

    I
    Installation location . . . . . . . . . . . 36
    Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

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    INDEX
    M
    Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
    Missed calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    Modify the settings. . . . . . . . . . . . 32
    O
    One-touch dialling . . . . . . . . . 22, 29

    Storing numbers from the calls list
    in the phone book. . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
    T
    Taking a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    W
    Wall mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

    P
    Phone book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Private branch exchange . . . . . . . 34
    Q
    Quick dialing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
    R
    Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
    Ringer volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    S
    Safety notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
    Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

    Helpline UK 0844 800 6503
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    INDEX
    N
    OTES

    Notes

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