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    PowerTel
    68 Plus

    User Guide



  • Page 2

    At a glance

    Please open this page for an ‘At a glance’ guide to your PowerTel 68 Plus



  • Page 3

    AT A GLANCE

    Corded phone base
    20

    1

    2

    3

    4

    1 One−touch
    button M1
    (emergency call
    number 1)

    5

    2 Answer on/off
    3 Save number
    4 One−touch
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10

    19

    18

    17 16 15 14

    button M2
    (emergency call
    number 2)

    5 One−touch
    button M3
    (emergency call
    number 3)

    6 Skip to next
    message

    11

    7 Display

    12

    8 Skip to previous

    13

    9 Quickdial

    message

    10 R−button
    11 Redial/Pause

    13 Play/Pause
    14 Incoming call
    light

    15 Handsfree
    16 Handsfree light
    17 Increase
    receiver volume
    +40 dB

    18 Receiver
    volume light

    19 Handset
    receiver volume
    control (located
    under handset)

    20 Handset hook
    (used when wall
    mounted)

    21 Ringer volume
    slide control

    22 Tone control
    23 Handsfree
    volume control

    12 Delete

    23 22

    21

    Buttons detailed under 2 , 3 , 6 and
    8 are located under a plastic flap.

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    CONTENTS
    Getting started .................................... 5

    Emergency calls/One-touch dialling 17

    Check box contents ............................. 6

    Emergency calls ................................. 18

    Set up your phone ............................... 7

    Store an emergency/
    one touch number ............................. 18

    Wall mounting (optional) ..................... 8
    Making and receiving calls ............... 11
    Make a call .......................................... 12
    End a call ............................................ 12
    Take a call ........................................... 12
    Last number redial............................. 12
    Boost the handset earpiece volume . 12
    Adjust the handset earpiece volume 13
    Adjust the tone ................................... 13
    Adjust the ringer volume .................. 13

    Inserting photos to label your
    one-touch buttons ............................. 18
    Removing the cover for the
    one-touch buttons ............................. 19
    Dial an emergency/
    one touch number ............................. 18
    Using your answering machine ....... 21
    Switch answering machine
    on or off .............................................. 22

    Handsfree feature .............................. 13

    Set the answering
    machine language ............................. 22

    Use handsfree calling ........................ 14

    Set the day and time ......................... 22

    Use a headset (not included) ............ 14

    Record your outgoing message ....... 23

    Power failure – what to do ................ 14
    Using your quick dial memory ........ 15

    To restore the pre-recorded
    outgoing message ............................. 23

    Store a quick dial number.......................16

    Set the answer delay ......................... 24

    Dial a quick dial number.................... 16

    Record a memo.................................. 24

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    CONTENTS
    Listen to messages or memos.......... 24

    Safety information ............................. 36

    Delete a single message or memo ... 25

    Disposal .............................................. 38

    Delete all messages and memos...... 25

    Maintenance and guarantee ............. 39

    Memory full ........................................ 25

    Declaration of Conformity.................40

    Remote access to your
    answering machine ........................... 26

    Index ................................................... 41

    Switch the answering machine
    on remotely ........................................ 26
    Call in to check your messages ........ 26
    Remote instructions guide ................ 27
    Room monitoring............................... 27
    Answering machine
    display indicators ............................... 28
    Use on a private branch exchange .. 29
    To set the recall time ......................... 30
    Insert a dialling pause ....................... 30
    Using additional services .................. 30
    Help and support............................... 31
    Troubleshooting guide ...................... 32
    General information .......................... 35
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    Getting started

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    GETTING STARTED

    Getting started
    Important: please make sure you’ve read the safety information on page 36
    before you set up your phone.

    Check box contents
    You should have:
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    Important: use only the power adapter and telephone line cord supplied
    with your PowerTel 68 Plus otherwise your phone may not work.

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    GETTING STARTED

    Set up your phone
    Connect your corded phone base
    DC 9V 300mA

    on the back of
    1. Plug the power adapter into the socket marked
    your phone base and the other end into the mains power wall socket and
    switch on.
    2. Plug the telephone cable into the socket marked TEL.LINE on the back of
    your phone base and the other end into the phone wall socket.
    3. Plug one end of the handset cable into the handset and the other end into
    the side of the base.
    Socket for Vibrate Pad (PTV100)
    available as an accessory
    Mains power
    wall socket

    Telephone
    wall socket

    1

    2

    Important: use only the power adapter and telephone line cord supplied
    with your PowerTel 68 Plus otherwise your phone may not work.
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    GETTING STARTED
    Private exchanges: if your phone is going to use a private exchange
    (for example, if you have to dial ‘9’ to get an outside line, please follow
    the steps on page 30).

    Wall mounting (optional)
    You can wall mount your telephone if you want to. You will need 2 screws.
    Important: before wall mounting, please check that: the wall can support
    the weight of the phone, you are not drilling into any hidden pipes or
    wiring and that the telephone line cord will reach the telephone socket
    and the power adapter cable will reach the mains power wall socket.
    1. Drill 2 holes in the wall whose distance apart corresponds to the bracket to be
    used. See the wall mounting template at the back of this guide for reference.
    2. Insert the screws, leaving about 5mm protruding from the wall on which to
    hang the phone.

    Wall mounting bracket
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    GETTING STARTED
    3. Position the telephone on the bracket, fit the screws in the slots and slide the
    telphone downwards a little.
    4. Rotate the handset hook in the handset cradle 180˚ so that it sticks upwards.
    This holds the handset in place when wall mounted.

    Handset hook

    Your PowerTel 68 Plus phone is now ready for use!

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    Making and
    receiving calls

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    MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS

    Making and receiving calls
    Make a call
    1. Lift the handset or press
    to dial using handsfree mode.
    2. Enter the number you wish to call using your base keypad.
    3. End your call by putting the handset back in its cradle or by pressing
    using handsfree mode.

    if

    End a call
    Simply put the handset back in its base cradle or press

    if using handsfree mode.

    Take a call
    Simply lift the handset or press

    to answer in handsfree mode.

    Last number redial
    Your phone stores the last number you’ve dialled.
    1. Lift the handset or press
    to dial using handsfree mode.
    2. Press
    . The last number you called will be dialled.

    Boost the handset earpiece volume
    To boost the handset earpiece volume to +40dB, press

    .

    Note: your phone can produce very high sound when the amplification is
    switched on. Please take care if the phone is used by others with normal hearing.
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    MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS

    Adjust the handset earpiece volume
    You can adjust the handset earpiece volume when the +40dB amplification is
    activated by adjusting the control located underneath the handset
    .

    Adjust the tone
    To adjust the tone produced by the handset earpiece, use the slide control on
    the right-hand side of the phone’s base
    .
    Note: you can only adjust the tone when the +40dB amplification
    is activated.

    Adjust the ringer volume
    To adjust the ringer volume, use the slide control on the right-hand side of the
    phone’s base
    .

    Handsfree feature
    Use the handsfree feature to talk to your caller without holding the handset or
    to let other people in the room listen to the conversation.
    Note: the +40dB amplification feature and handset volume and tone controls
    will not work when using handsfree.

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    MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS

    Use handsfree calling
    To switch handsfree mode on and off, simply press

    .

    To adjust the handsfree volume, use the slide control switch on the right-hand
    side of the phone’s base
    .

    Use a headset (not included)
    Simply plug your headset into the headset socket marked
    side of the phone’s base and press the
    button.

    on the left-hand

    Note: when using a headset, the +40dB amplification feature will not work.

    Power failure – what to do
    If your mains power fails, you can still use your phone to make and receive
    calls. Any messages/memos that were recorded will be retained, however you
    will need to reset the day and time.
    If the power was not restored within approximately 1 hour then any numbers
    stored under the emergency/one-touch buttons (M1, M2 and M3) will be lost.
    You will need to store these numbers again.

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    Using your quick
    dial memory

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    USING YOUR QUICK DIAL MEMORY

    Using your quick dial memory
    You can store 10 telephone numbers (max. 16 digits) under each of the quick dial
    memory buttons:

    to

    .

    Store a quick dial number
    1. Lift the handset and press the

    button (located under the plastic flap).

    2. Enter the phone number you want to store using the keypad and press
    3. Press the button under which you want to store the number, you have a
    choice of buttons

    to

    .

    4. Replace the handset, the entry has been saved.

    Dial a quick dial number
    1. Lift the handset or press
    2. Press the

    to dial using handsfree.

    button.

    3. Press the button (

    to

    ) under which you stored the quick dial number.

    The phone number will be dialled automatically.
    Note: you cannot delete a quick dial entry once you have stored it but you can
    overwrite it by storing a new number under the same button.

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    Emergency calls/
    One-touch dialling

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    EMERGENCY CALLS/ONE-TOUCH DIALLING

    Emergency calls
    You can use the emergency call buttons to call the emergency services
    exchange or to contact specific people in the event of an emergency.
    Note: there are several emergency services exchanges available. In some
    countries, these may be subject to a charge. You can also use the phone as
    a private emergency call device within the family.

    Store an emergency/one−touch number
    You can use the one−touch dialling buttons M1, M2 and M3 for normal direct
    dialling or as memory locations for the emergency call function. Each telephone
    number can be a maximum of 16 digits.
    1. Lift the handset and press the
    button (located under the plastic flap).
    2. Enter the phone number you want to store and press
    .
    3. Press the one-touch button under which you want to store the number,
    either: 4 , 4 or 4

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    EMERGENCY CALLS/ONE-TOUCH DIALLING

    Removing the cover for the one-touch buttons
    Grip the cover between your thumb and index finger and remove it as shown in
    the diagram below. Insert the required picture or photograph under the cover
    and replace it back on the button.

    Dial an emergency/one-touch number
    1. Lift the handset or press

    to dial using handsfree.

    2. Press the one-touch button you require:
    automatically.

    4

    ,

    4

    or

    4

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    Using your
    answering
    machine

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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE

    Using your answering machine
    Follow these easy steps to set up and use your answering machine.
    Once you’ve switched your answering machine on, when you receive any
    messages, the indicator will flash and the number of messages will be displayed.

    Switch answering machine on or off
    To switch your answering machine on and off, simply press the
    (located under the plastic flap).

    button

    Set the answering machine language
    You have a choice of three languages: English, German or French.
    1. Disconnect the power adapter from the mains power wall socket and then
    reconnect it.
    2. Press and hold the
    buttons (located under the plastic flap).
    3. After the announcement release the buttons.
    4. Use the
    to confirm it.
    button to select the language and press
    Note: after changing the language you will need to set the day and time.

    Set the day and time
    to activate programming mode.
    1. Press and hold
    button until you hear the correct day
    2. Repeatedly press and release the
    announced and press
    to confirm.
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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE
    button until you hear the correct
    3. Repeatedly press and release the
    to confirm.
    hour announced and press
    4. Repeatedly press and release the
    button until you hear the correct
    minute announced and press the
    button. The day and time you set will
    be announced.
    Note: if there is a power failure, you will need to set the day and time again.

    Record your outgoing message
    You can change the default answering message to your own. Your outgoing
    message can be up to 60 seconds long.
    1. Press and keep holding the
    button. After the beep begin to speak your
    message.
    2. Release the
    button when you’ve finished.
    3. Check your outgoing message is how you want it but pressing
    to hear it.
    Note: if you want to change your own recorded outgoing message, simply
    record another one following the instructions above and your existing
    message will be over written.

    To restore the pre-recorded outgoing message
    1. Press and hold the
    button.
    2. After the beep, release the button. The pre-recorded message is restored.
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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE

    Set the answer delay
    You can choose either 2 or 6 rings before your answering machine answers any
    incoming call or you can choose Time Saver. Time Saver saves you the cost
    of the call if you’re calling in from elsewhere to pick up any messages: if your
    answering machine answers after 2 rings you have new messages, if it answers
    after 5 rings you have no new messages. Therefore, you can hang up after 3
    rings knowing you have no new messages and you won’t be charged for the call.
    2/6/TS

    1. Use the switch
    on the underside of the phone to select either 2 or 6
    rings or TS for (Time Saver).

    Record a memo
    You can record memo messages for yourself or other members of the
    household which can be played back like normal messages.
    For instructions on how to record a memo, see page 27.

    Listen to messages or memos
    Playback is in the order messages or memos were received. New messages
    are played before old ones. The time and date of each message or memo is
    announced before playback.

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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE
    Here are some functions you may find useful:
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    Note: all messages/memos will be deleted. Any new messages/memos will
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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE

    Remote access to your answering machine
    You can call your answering machine from another Touchtone™ telephone to
    hear your messages and operate other functions when you’re away from home.
    You need to use a 3 digit PIN code to access your answering machine. The 3
    digit PIN code can be found on a label on the underside of the telephone.

    Switch the answering machine on remotely
    If you left the house and forgot to switch your answering machine on you can
    do it remotely from another phone.
    1. Dial your own phone number from a remote phone. After 10 rings your
    answer machine will switch on and take your call.
    2. Enter your 3 digit PIN during the outgoing message.
    3. Press
    then
    to switch the answering machine on. You will hear two
    beeps to confirm that the answering machine is now switched on.

    Call in to check your messages
    1. Dial your own phone number from the remote phone.
    2. Enter your 3 digit PIN during the outgoing message.
    3. You can now manage your messages using your keypad (see remote
    instructions guide on the next page).

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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE

    Remote instructions guide
    While listening to your messages from a remote location, enter these numbers
    to manage your messages.
    Button

    Function

    Functions when playing a message

    Play all newly recorded messages
    Play all recorded messages

    Play back current message again

    Deleting all messages

    Delete the current message
    Stop the message currently being played
    Play the previous message

    Record/Stop recording an
    outgoing message
    Record/Stop recording a memo

    Play the next message
    Repeat playback of current message

    Switch the answering
    machine on/off
    Room monitoring 30 sec.
    Stop room monitoring
    Placing the telephone on−hook ends remote access

    Note: remote access will automatically be cancelled if no buttons
    are pressed within 20 seconds.

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    USING YOUR ANSWERING MACHINE

    Room monitoring
    You can use the remote access feature to switch the microphone in the
    answering machine on in order to listen for noises and monitor the room in
    which the answering machine is located. See the ‘Remote instructions guide’ on
    page 27.

    Answering machine display indicators
    Display

    Description

    ––

    Answering machine is switched off

    00

    Answering machine is switched on, no messages recorded

    0X

    Answering machine is switched on, 0X messages recorded

    Toggle between –– and 00
    (or OX)

    The day/time setting has been lost and needs to be reset

    rA

    Recording an outgoing message

    PA

    Recording a message

    dE

    Message deleted during playback

    Ln

    Remote access

    FL

    Memory full

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    Use on a private
    branch exchange

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    USE ON A PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE

    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. You can choose two recall timings: 100ms (Short) and 300ms (Long).

    To set the recall time
    100/300
    1. Use the sliding switch R
    100ms or 300ms.

    on the underside of the phone to set either

    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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    Help and support

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    HELP AND SUPPORT

    Help and support
    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.
    Some issues may simply be resolved by disconnecting the power to the unit.
    In such instances the power to the main base station should be switched off
    for about 20 minutes. After which reconnect everything to determine if this
    has resolved the issue.

    Troubleshooting guide
    I can’t make phone calls
    1. 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.
    2. Check the power’s plugged in, switched on and working.
    3. Test the phone line and socket by using another phone.

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    HELP AND SUPPORT

    My phone doesn’t ring
    Check that the ringer is on. See page 13.

    There is interference in the earpiece and/or internet
    connection is very slow when using the phone
    You must plug the phone into the wall socket via an ADSL filter if you have
    broadband internet on your phone line.

    My answering machine won’t record messages or memos
    1. Check that your answering machine is connected and switched on.
    See page 22.
    2. Answering memory may be full. See page 25.

    My remote access isn’t working
    1. Check you’re using the correct remote access PIN. See page 26.
    2. Make sure you’re using a Touchtone™ phone.

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    General information

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    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Safety information
    Please make sure you read this User Guide carefully.

    Intended use
    This phone is suitable for use on a public telephone network. Any other use is
    considered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or reconstruction isn’t
    permitted. Do not open the device and attempt any repair work yourself.

    Phone location
    Make sure your phone:
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    direct sunlight.

    Power supply
    Important: use only the power adapter supplied with your PowerTel 68 Plus.
    If you have a mains power failure you can still use your phone to make and
    receive calls, see page 14.

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    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Energy efficient power adapter
    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.

    Medical equipment
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    expert or your health adviser before using this product

    Hearing aid compatibility
    You 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 phone is used by others with normal hearing.

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    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Disposal
    You are obliged to dispose of consumable goods properly in accordance with
    the applicable legal regulations.
    symbol on this product indicates that electrical and electronic
    The
    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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    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Maintenance and guarantee
    Maintenance
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    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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    GENERAL INFORMATION
    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.eu
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    Index

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    INDEX
    A
    Adjusting the handsfree volume 14
    Adjusting the earpiece volume 13
    Answer delay 24
    Answering machine 22
    B
    Boosting the earpiece volume 12
    C
    Call in to check messages 26
    Check the contents of the box 6
    Connecting the base 7
    D
    Day/time 22
    Declaration of Conformity 40
    Delete messages 25
    Dialling pause 30
    Dialling phone numbers from
    a quickdial button 16
    E
    Earpiece volume 12, 13
    End a call 12

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    G
    Guarantee 39
    H
    Handsfree 13
    Headset use 14
    Help 32
    L
    Language 22
    Last number redial 12
    Listening to your messages 24
    M
    Maintenance 39
    Making a call 12
    Memo 24
    Memory full 25
    P
    Pause 30
    PIN 26
    Play messages 24
    Power failure 14
    Private branch exchanges 30

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    INDEX
    Q
    Quickdial 16
    R
    Recall 30
    Record a memo 24
    Record your outgoing message 23
    Redial 12
    Remote access 26

    U
    Using a headset 14
    Using remote access 26
    Using the answering machine 22
    V
    Volume 13, 14
    W
    Wall mounting your telephone 8-9, 45

    Restore the pre-recorded
    outgoing message 23
    Ringer volume 13
    S
    Safety information 36
    Set the answer delay 24
    Set the answer machine language 22
    Setting the recall time 30
    Storing a quickdial entry 16
    T
    Take a call 12
    Tone control 13

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    WALL MOUNTING TEMPLATE

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