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Operating Instructions
KX-TU110Model No.
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.
Please read these operating instructions before using the unit and
save them for future reference.
Before initial use, see “Important Information” on page 4.
– Power adapter (Part No. TPA-97H050055VW01): 1 pc
– Rechargeable battery (Part No. 523450AR): 1 pc
– Headset (Part No. JYK-E112): 1 pc
Supplied accessories
Easy Use Mobile Phone
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    Operating Instructions
    Easy Use Mobile Phone
    Model No.

    KX-TU110

    Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.
    Please read these operating instructions before using the unit and
    save them for future reference.
    Before initial use, see “Important Information” on page 4.
    Supplied accessories
    – Power adapter (Part No. TPA-97H050055VW01): 1 pc
    – Rechargeable battery (Part No. 523450AR): 1 pc
    – Headset (Part No. JYK-E112): 1 pc

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    Content
    1 Important Information..................................................................................4
    2 Useful Information………………………………………………………….......…....9
    3 General information....................................................................................10


    3.1 Profile..................................................................................................10



    3.2 Safety Information.............................................................................10



    3.3 Safety warning and Attentions..........................................................10



    3.4 Precautions........................................................................................11

    4 Your phone..................................................................................................12


    4.1 Phone overview..................................................................................12



    4.2 Status icons........................................................................................12



    4.3 Functions of Keys..............................................................................13



    4.4 Technical specifications....................................................................14

    5 Getting started............................................................................................15


    5.1 Installing the SIM Cards and the Battery..........................................15



    5.2 Installing Memory Card.....................................................................16



    5.3 Charging the Battery..........................................................................16



    5.4 Powering On/Off the Mobile Phone..................................................17



    5.5 Linking to the Network.......................................................................17



    5.6 Dialing Calls.......................................................................................17



    5.7 Using the Headset.............................................................................18

    6 Input method................................................................................................18


    6.1 Icons for Input Methods.....................................................................18



    6.2 To Shift Entry Methods.......................................................................18

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    6.3 Numeric Input.....................................................................................18



    6.4 English input and numeric input........................................................18



    6.5 Inserting a Symbol ............................................................................19

    7 Using the Menus............................................................................................20


    7.1 Multimedia..........................................................................................20



    7.2 Messages...........................................................................................20



    7.3 Phonebook.........................................................................................20



    7.4 Settings...............................................................................................21



    7.5 Call center..........................................................................................23



    7.6 Organizer............................................................................................24



    7.7 File manager.......................................................................................24



    7.8 Camera...............................................................................................24

    8 Appendix.......................................................................................................25


    Appendix 1: How to handling the battery and SIM card........................25



    Appendix 2: Troubleshooting..................................................................26



    Appendix 3: For your future reference....................................................27



    Appendix 4: Manufacturer (Panasonic Corporation).............................27



    Appendix 5: Detailed information...........................................................28



    Appendix 6: Sales department................................................................28



    Appendix 7: Graphical symbol................................................................30

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    1 Important Information
    For your safety
    Read this section carefully before using the product to ensure proper and safe operation. Failure to read them carefully may cause severe injury, loss of life/property, or be illegal.
    Please read enclosed instructions completely before operating this unit.

    WARNING
    Power connection
    ● Use only the power source marked on the product
    ● Do not overload power outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire
    or electric shock.
    ● Do not overload power outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire
    or electric shock
    ● Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the AC adaptor by pulling it from the power outlet, then
    wiping with a dry cloth. Accumulated dust may cause an insulation defect from moisture, etc.
    resulting in a fire.
    ● Unplug the product from power outlets and remove the battery from the phone if it emits smoke,
    an abnormal smell, or makes an unusual noise. These conditions can cause fire or electric shock.
    Confirm that smoke has stopped emitting and contact an authorised service centre.
    ● Unplug from power outlets and never touch the inside of the product if its casing has been
    broken open.
    ● Never touch the plug with wet hands. Danger of electric shock exists.
    ● The AC adaptor should only be used indoors.
    ● Do not use the supplied AC adaptor with other devices.
    Installation
    ● This product is not water-resistant. To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not
    expose the product to rain or any type of moisture.
    ● Keep all accessories, including the SIM card and microSD card, out of the reach of children
    to prevent swallowing.
    ● This product emits radio waves and may cause interference to other electronic devices.
    ● Do not allow the AC adaptor to be excessively pulled, bent or placed under heavy objects.
    ● To prevent serious damage to this product, avoid strong impacts and rough handling.
    ● To avoid damage or malfunction, do not modify the SIM card or microSD card or touch the
    card’s gold-coloured contacts.
    Battery
    ● Use only the battery specified.
    ● Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries
    according to the instructions.
    ● Do not open, puncture, crush, or drop the battery. A damaged battery must not be used. This
    can result in the risk of fire, explosion, overheating, and leaking of the electrolyte.
    ● Stop using the battery immediately and keep away from fire if it emits an abnormal smell or
    leaks electrolyte. Released electrolyte may cause fire or burns.
    ● Do not touch released electrolyte if the battery leaks. It may cause burns or injury to the eyes
    or skin. The electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful if swallowed. If you touch it, immediately
    wash the affected areas with water and seek medical help.
    ● Exercise care when handling the battery. Do not allow conductive materials such as rings,

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    bracelets, or keys to touch the battery, otherwise a short circuit may cause the battery and/or
    the conductive material to overheat and cause burns.
    ● Do not use or charge a wet battery. This can result in the risk of fire, explosion, overheating,
    and leaking of the electrolyte.
    ● Charge the battery provided with or identified for use with this product only, in accordance
    with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
    ● Only use a compatible charger to charge the battery. Do not tamper with the charger. Failure
    to follow these instructions may cause the battery to swell or explode.
    ● Do not put any conductive materials such as coins or hairpins onto the charge contacts. This
    can result in the risk of overheating.
    ● Do not put the battery into the fire.
    ● Do not drop the battery.
    ● Do not disassemble the battery.
    ● Do not allow baby to play with battery.
    Operating safeguards
    ● Unplug the product from power outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
    ● Do not disassemble the product.
    ● Do not allow liquids such as water, or foreign materials such as metal pieces or flammable
    materials to get into the SIM card holder. This can result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or
    malfunction.
    ● Do not leave this product near heat sources (such as radiators, cookers, etc.), in direct
    sunlight, or in a car under blazing sun. It should not be placed in rooms where the
    temperature is less than 0 °C or greater than 40 °C.
    ● You are advised not to use the phone in an aircraft. Turn the phone off before boarding an
    aircraft. Set the alarm function off so that the phone cannot be automatically turned on. Using
    this phone in an aircraft may be hazardous to the aircraft’s operation and disrupt wireless
    communication. It may also be illegal.
    ● You are advised not to use this product at refuelling points. Users are reminded to observe
    restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting
    operations are in progress.
    ● It is imperative that drivers exercise proper control of vehicles at all times. Do not use a
    phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a hands free
    microphone if it will take your mind off the road. Always acquaint yourself thoroughly with
    restrictions concerning the use of phones within the area where you are driving and observe
    them at all times.
    ● RF signals may affect electronic systems in motor vehicles (for example, fuel injection, air
    bag systems) that have been improperly installed or are inadequately shielded. For more
    information, consult the manufacturer of your vehicle or its equipment.
    ● The use of excessive sound volume through earphones, headphones, or headsets may
    cause hearing loss.
    ● To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods.

    ● Do not shine the LED light close to anybody’s eyes or turn the LED light in the direction of car
    drivers. This can result in the risk of injuries or accident.

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    Medical
    ● Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers or implanted
    cardioverter defibrillators to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF (radio
    frequency) energy.
    ● Wireless Technology Research (WTR) recommends a minimum separation of 15.3 cm
    between a wireless device and an implanted medical device such as pacemaker or implanted
    cardioverter defibrillator to avoid potential interference with the medical device. If you have
    any reason to suspect that your phone is interfering with a pacemaker or other medical
    devices, turn off the phone immediately and contact the manufacture of pacemaker or other
    medical devices.
    ● Turn off the phone in hospitals or health care facilities when any regulations posted in the
    area instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that
    could be sensitive to external RF energy.

    CAUTION
    Installation
    ● The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the AC outlet is installed
    near the product and is easily accessible.
    ● It is recommended that you keep a written record of any important data which you store in
    your phone or SIM card in order to avoid accidental loss.
    Operating environment
    ● Do not place magnetic cards or similar objects near the phone. Magnetic data on cash cards,
    credit cards, telephone cards and floppy disks, etc. may be deleted.
    ● Do not put magnetic substances close to the phone. Strong magnetism might affect
    operation.

    Important safety instructions
    When using your product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the
    risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
    ● Do not use this product near water. For example, avoid areas near a bathtub, washbowl,
    kitchen sink, laundry tub, or swimming pool.
    ● Avoid using the phone if charging during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of
    electric shock from lightning.
    ● Do not use the phone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
    ● Use only the power cord and battery indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of the battery
    in a fire. It may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
    ● Do not paint or attach a thick sticker to the phone. This may prevent proper operation.

    SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

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    For best performance
    Environment
    ● The product should be kept free from excessive smoke, dust, moisture, high temperature and
    vibration.
    ● To avoid damage, charge the battery only in temperatures ranging from 5 °C to 35 °C.
    Routine care
    ● Wipe the outer surface of the product and/or charge contacts with a soft and dry cloth.
    ● Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive powder.
    Other information
    Notice for product disposal, transfer, or return
    ● This product and SIM card can store your private/confidential information. To protect your
    privacy/confidentiality, we recommend that you erase information such as contacts stored in
    the contacts list and call logs from the memory before you dispose of, transfer, or return the
    product.
    Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries
    (Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems)
    1

    2

    These symbols ( 1 , 2 ) on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean
    that electrical and electronic products and batteries must not be mixed with general household
    waste.
    For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take
    them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation.
    By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment.
    For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local authority.
    Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
    legislation.
    For business users in the European Union
    If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer
    or supplier for further information.
    Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
    These symbols ( 1 , 2 ) are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items,
    please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

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    Note for the battery symbol
    This symbol ( 2 ) might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies
    with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
    Note for the battery removal procedure

    2

    Remove the phone’s cover ( 1 ), and lift the
    battery ( 2 ), then remove it ( 3 ).
    3

    1

    Trademarks
    ● Micro SDHC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
    ● The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG,
    Inc.,and any use of such marks by Panasonic Corporation is under licence.
    ● All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
    Notice
    ● The phone supports microSD and microSDHC memory cards. In this document, the term
    “microSD card” is used as a generic term for any of the supported cards.
    Ecodesign information
    Ecodesign information under EU Regulation (EC) No. 1275/2008 amended by (EU) Regulation
    No. 801/2013. From 1 January 2015.
    Please visit here: http://www.ptc.panasonic.eu/erp
    Click [Downloads]

    Energy related products information (Public)
    Power consumption in networked standby and guidance are mentioned in the web site above

    SAR
    This model meets international guidelines and EU requirements for exposure to radio waves.
    Your wireless device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed radio wave
    exposure limits recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by
    the independent scientific organisation ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure
    the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health. These guidelines also form the
    basis of international regulations and standards on RF Exposure.
    The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
    The SAR limit for wireless devices is 2 W/kg.
    The highest SAR value for this device tested at the head was: 0.650 W/kg
    The highest SAR value for this device tested on the body was: 1.336 W/kg*1
    As SAR is measured utilizing the devices highest transmitting power the actual SAR of this unit
    while operating is typically below that indicated above. This is due to automatic changes to the

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    power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to communicate
    with the network.
    ICNIRP (http://www.icnirp.org)
    *1

    This device was tested for typical body-worn operation with the back of the phone kept
    0.5 cm from the body.

    Specifications
    ● Standard:
    Dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz
    Bluetooth version 3.0, Class 2
    USB version 2.0
    ● Display: TFT colour 1.77-inch
    (QVGA: 128 x 160 pixels)
    ● Camera: 0.08 MP
    ● Frequency range:
    GSM900 890.2-914.8 MHz

    935.2-959.8 MHz
    GSM1800 1710.2-1784.8 MHz

    1805.2-1879.8 MHz
    Bluetooth: 2.402-2.48 GHz
    ● RF transmission power:
    GSM 900: 2 W (max.),
    GSM 1800: 1 W (max.)
    Bluetooth: 2.5 mW (max.)
    ● Power source:
    100–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

    ● Power consumption (when charging):
    Standby: 0.2 W
    Maximum: 2.5 W
    ● Operating/Charging conditions:
    Operating: 0 °C – 40 °C, 20 % – 80 %
    relative air humidity (dry)
    Charging: 5 °C – 35 °C
    ● Battery:
    Li-Ion 3.7 V/1,000 mAh
    ● Battery performance (supplied):
    Talk time: Approx. 5.0 hours*1
    Standby time: Approx. 225 hours*1, *2
    ● Antenna:
    Internal
    ● SIM card type:
    1.8 V/3 V
    ● Memory card type:
    microSD, microSDHC up to 32 GB
    (not supplied)

    Operating time is dependent upon usage environment, battery age and condition. Values
    were calculated according to GSMA TS.09.
    The incoming call indicator and message indicator flash when there is a missed call or
    a new message is received. The standby time will be shortened when you leave the
    indicator flashing.
    *1
    *2

    2 Useful Information
    General information
    ● This phone is designed to operate on GSM network - GSM 900/1800 MHz.
    ● This equipment is designed for use in Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Netherlands, Czech
    rep., Poland, Hungary
    ● In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.
    Contact to Authorised Representative:
    Panasonic Testing Centre
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
    Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany

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    Additional/replacement accessories
    Please contact your place of purchase or Panasonic sales office for sales information.
    Accesory item

    Model number

    Rechargeable battery

    523450AR
    ● Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery

    Headset

    JYK-E112

    3 General Information
    3.1 Profile
    Please read this pamphlet carefully in order to make your phone in perfect condition.
    Our company may change this mobile phone without prior written notice and reserves the final
    right to interpret the performance of this mobile phone.
    Due to different software and network operators, display on your phone may be different, refer
    to your phone for details.

    3.2 Safety Information
    If your phone has lost or been stolen, notify the telecommunication office the SIM card is disabled (Network support is required). This can avoid economic loss caused by unauthorized use.
    Please take measures as following to avoid your phone being unauthorized use:
    Set PIN code of SIM card
    Set phone password

    3.3 Safety warning and Attentions
    Safety warning
    ● Road safety comes first
    Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Use hands-free fittings when calls are
    unavoidable while driving. In some countries, dialing or receiving calls while driving is illegal!
    ● Switch off in aircraft
    Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft. Using a mobile phone in flight is illegal
    and risky.
    Please make sure that your mobile phone is powered off in flight.
    ● Switch off before entering risky areas
    Strictly observe the relevant laws, codes, and regulations on the use of mobile phones
    in risky areas. Turn off your mobile phone before entering a place susceptible to explosion,
    such as an oil station, oil tank, chemical plant or a place where a blasting process is
    under way.
    ● Observe all special regulations
    Follow any special regulations in force in any area such as hospitals and always switch
    off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it or, when it may cause interference or
    danger. Properly use your mobile phone near medical apparatuses, such as pacemakers,
    hearing aids and some other electronic medical devices, as it may cause interference
    to such apparatuses.

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    ● Interference
    The conversation quality of any mobile phone may be affected by radio interference. An
    antenna is built inside the mobile phone and located below the microphone. Do not touch the
    antenna area during a conversation, lest that the conversation quality deteriorate.
    ● Qualified service
    Only qualified personnel may install or repair phone equipment. Installing or repairing the
    mobile phone on your own may bring great danger and violates the warranty rules.
    ● Accessories and batteries
    Use only approved accessories and batteries.
    ● Use sensibly
    Use only in a normal and proper manner.
    ● Emergency calls
    E
     nsure the phone is switched on and in service, enter the emergency number, e.g. 112, then
    press the Dial key. Give your location and state your situation briefly. Do not end the call until
    told to do so.
    Note: Just like all other mobile phones, this mobile phone does not necessarily support all the features described in this manual due
    to network or radio transmission problems. Some networks even do not support the emergency call service. Therefore, do not rely
    solely on the mobile phone for critical communications such as first aid. Please consult the local network operator.

    3.4 Precautions
    This mobile phone is well designed with fine art. Please exercise special care when using it.
    The following suggestions will help your mobile phone survive the warranty period and extend
    its service life:
    ● Keep the mobile phone and all its fittings beyond children’s reach.
    ●K
     eep the mobile phone dry. Keep away from rain, moisture, liquid or other substances that
    may corrode electronic circuits.
    ●D
     o not use or store the mobile phone in dusty places, lest that active parts of the mobile
    phone be damaged.
    ●D
     o not store the mobile phone in a high-temperature place. High temperature will shorten the
    life of electronic circuits and damage the battery and some plastic parts.
    ●D
     o not store the mobile phone in a chilly place. Otherwise, moistures will be formed
    inside the mobile phone to damage electronic circuits when the mobile phone is moved to
    a constant temperature place.
    ●D
     o not throw, knock or shock the mobile phone, as that will destroy the internal circuits and
    high-precision components of the mobile phone.

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    4 Your phone
    4.1 Phone overview

    4.2 Status icons

    The table below lists various icons that might appear on the status bar while using the phone.
    Apart from the icons for signal strength level and the power, other icons are displayed as per
    the current mode and priority of the phone.

    Icon

    Description
    Indicates the network signal strength.
    Indicates the current battery capacity.
    Indicates that there is an unread message.
    Indicates that there is a missed call.
    Indicates that the current Sound Status is the Ring only.
    Indicates that the current Sound Status is the Vibrate only.
    Indicates that the current profile mode is the Headset mode.
    Indicates that the current alarm clock is set as activated.
    Indicates the current keypad-locked state.
    Indicates that the Bluetooth is turn on.

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    4.3 Functions of Keys
    The mobile phone provides the following keys:
    ● Left and right soft key
    The bottom line on the screen displays the functions of the Left and Right soft key.
    ● Dial key
    Press it to originate a call by entering the called number or selecting a contact from the
    phonebook; or press it to receive an incoming call; or press it in standby state to show the
    latest call records.
    ● End key
    Press it to end a call being dialed or end an ongoing call; or press it to exit the menu and re
    turn to the standby state. You can hold it for two or three seconds can power on/off the
    mobile phone.
    ● Direction key
    Press them to scroll the options when browsing a function list. In edit state, press direction
    keys to navigate.
    ● OK key (Center key)
    Press it to confirm a selection.
    ● Number keys, * key and # key
    Press number keys 0 through 9 to input or edit state to input numbers and characters;
    The # key and the * key represent different functions in different states or different
    function menus.
    Hold the # key up to 2s in standby state to activate or deactivate the silent mode.
    Press the # key in edit state to switch between input methods.
    Pressing the * key in edit status to select a symbol.
    In idle screen, you can press left soft key then * key to lock keypad. When the keypad is
    locked, you can press left soft key then * key to unlock it.
    Press and hold the 0 key up for 2s to input “+” in standby interface. When the symbol “+”
    appears, press the 0 key quickly to input “P” or “W”. “P” and “W” are used for calling the
    extension; “+” are used for dialing an international call.
    ●1(
    ) key
    Long press it to dial the voicemail number, if you have set voicemail number.
    ●2(
    ) key
    Long press it to dial the speed dial number, if you have set speed dial number.
    ●3(
    ) key
    Long press it to dial the speed dial number, if you have set speed dial number.

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    1

    Side key

    10

    Keypad

    2

    OK key (Center key)

    11

    USB jack

    3

    Left key

    12

    Camera

    4

    Dial key

    13

    Torch button

    5

    Earpiece

    14

    SOS key

    6

    Display

    15

    Speaker

    7

    Navigation key

    16

    Headphone jack

    8

    Right key

    17

    Torch

    9

    End/Power key

    4.4 Technical specifications
    Phone
    Dimensions (114 ˣ 51 ˣ 13.5 mm):
    Weight: 81.5 g (With battery)
    Lithium battery
    Rated capacity: 1000 mAh
    Continuous standby duration: 225H(Relates to network status)
    Continuous conversation duration: 5.0H(Relates to network status)
    Please refer to their labels for other data related to the battery and the charger.

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    5 Getting started
    5.1 Installing the SIM Cards and the Battery
    An SIM card carries useful information, including your mobile phone number, PIN (Personal
    Identification Number), PIN2, PUK (PIN Unlocking Key), PUK2 (PIN2 Unlocking Key), IMSI
    (International Mobile Subscriber Identity), network information, contacts data, and short
    messages data.
    Note: After powering off your mobile phone, wait for a few seconds before removing or inserting an SIM card.
    Exercise caution when operating an SIM card, as friction or bending will damage the SIM card.
    Properly keep the mobile phone and its fittings such as the SIM cards beyond children’s reach.

    Installation
    ● Hold the End key for a while to power off the mobile phone
    ● Push the back cover above the battery and remove it.
    ● Pull the left battery buckle outward and then lift the battery away.
    ● Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot lightly and the gold plate of the card facing
    download, till the SIM card cannot be further pushed in.
    ● With the metallic contacts of the battery facing the metallic contacts in the battery slot,
    press the battery down until it locks into place.
    Using code
    The mobile phone and the SIM cards support sorts of passwords, in order to prevent the phone
    and the SIM cards from being misused. When you are prompted to input any of the codes mentioned below, just input the correct code and then press the OK key. If you input a wrong code,
    press the Right soft key to clear it and then input the correct code.
    Phone lock code
    The phone lock code may be set to prevent your mobile phone from being misused. In general,
    this code is provided along with the mobile phone by the manufacturer. The initial phone lock
    code is set to 1122 by the manufacturer. If the phone lock code is set, you need to input the
    phone lock code when powering on the mobile phone.
    PIN
    The PIN (Personal identification number, 4 to 8 digits) code prevents your SIM card from being
    used by unauthorized people. In general, the PIN is supplied with SIM card by the network
    operator. If PIN check is enabled, you need to input the PIN each time when you power on your
    mobile phone. The SIM card will be locked if you input wrong PIN code for three times.
    Unlocking methods as follows:
    - Input the correct PUK according to the screen tips to unlock the SIM card.
    - Then input the new PIN and press the OK key.
    - Input the new PIN again and then press the OK key.
    - If the input PUK is correct, the SIM card will be unlocked and the PIN will be reset.
    Note: The SIM card will be locked if you input wrong PIN code for three times. To unlock the SIM card, you need to input the PUK. In
    general, the PUK can be obtained from the network operator.

    PUK
    The PUK code (Personal Unlocking Key) is required to change a blocked PIN. It is supplied
    with SIM card. If not, contact your network operator. If you input wrong PUK code for 10 times,
    SIM card will be invalid. Please contact the network operator to replace the SIM card.
    Barring code
    A barring code is required for setting the call barring function. You can obtain this code from the
    network operator to set the call barring function.

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    5.2 Installing Memory Card
    The memory card is a pluggable mobile storage card inside the mobile phone.
    To install the memory card, insert the card into the card slot.
    To remove the memory card, take the card out.
    Note:
    1. The mobile phone cannot automatically identify the memory card being inserted when the mobile phone is powered on. You must
    power off the mobile phone and then power it on, so that the phone can identify the memory card.
    2. The memory card is a miniature object. Keep it out of the reach of children for fear that children swallow it!

    5.3 Charging the Battery
    The lithium battery delivered with the mobile phone can be put into use immediately after being
    unpacked.
    Battery level indication:
    ● Your mobile phone can monitor and display the battery state.
    ● Normally the remaining energy of the battery is indicated by the battery level icon at the
    upper right corner of the display screen.
    ● When the battery energy is insufficient, the mobile phone prompts “Battery low”. If you
    have set an alert tone, an alert tone will be given off when the battery level is too low.
    ● A charging animation appears when the battery is being charged. When the charging is
    complete, the animation disappears.
    Using a travel adapter:
    ● Install the battery into the mobile phone before charging the battery.
    ● Connect the adapter of the travel charger with the charging slot in the mobile phone.
    Ensure that the adapter is fully inserted.
    ● Insert the plug of the travel charger to an appropriate power outlet.
    ● During the charging, the battery level grids in the battery icon keep flickering till the
    battery is fully charged.
    ● It is normal when the battery is become hot during the charging period.
    ● The battery icon does no longer flicker when the charging process ends.
    Note: Ensure that the plug of the charger, the plug of the earphone, and the plug of the USB cable are inserted in the right direction.
    Inserting them in a wrong direction may cause charging failure or other problems.
    Before the charging, ensure that the standard voltage and frequency of the local mains supply match the rated voltage and power of
    the travel charger.

    Using the Battery
    The performance of a battery is subject to multiple factors: radio network configuration, signal
    strength, ambient temperature, chosen functions or settings, phone fittings, and the voice, data
    or other application mode you choose to use.
    To guarantee the optimal performance of your battery, please stick to the following rules:
    ● Use only the battery provided by the vendor. Otherwise, damages or even injuries could
    be caused during the charging.
    ● Power off the mobile phone before removing the battery.
    ● The charging process lasts a longer time for a new battery or a battery not in use for
    long. If the battery voltage is too low to enable the mobile phone to be powered on, charge
    the battery for a longer time. In this case, the battery icon does not flicker until a long time
    after the battery enters the charge status.
    ● During the charging, ensure the battery is placed in a room temperature environment or
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    ● Immediately stop using the battery if the battery produces odor, overheats, cracks, distorts or
    has other damage, or if the electrolyte leaks.
    ● The battery wears out with use. A longer charging time is required as the battery is put
    into use for a long time. If the total conversation duration decreases but the charging time
    increases even though the battery is properly charged, purchase a standard battery from the
    OEM or use a battery approved by our company. Using any poor-quality fittings will cause
    harm to your mobile phone or even incur danger!
    Note: To guarantee your personal safety and protect the environment, do not litter the battery! Return the old battery to the mobile
    phone manufacturer or place it in specified battery reclamation areas. Do not litter any battery with other rubbish.
    Warning: Short-circuits of the battery may cause explosion, fire, personal injury or other severe consequences!

    5.4 Powering On/Off the Mobile Phone
    Hold the End key for a while to power on the mobile phone. A power-on animation appears
    on the display screen.
    Input the phone lock code and press the OK key if the mobile phone prompts you to input
    the phone lock code. The original code is 1122.
    Input the PIN and press the OK key if the mobile phone prompts you to input the PIN.
    The PIN is provided by the network operator for new opening SIM card.
    Enter the standby interface.
    To power off the mobile phone, hold the End key for a while.

    5.5 Linking to the Network
    After the SIM card and the mobile phone are successfully unlocked, the mobile phone automatically searches for an available network. After finding a network, the mobile phone enters the
    standby state. When the mobile phone is registered in the network, the name of the network
    operator is displayed on the screen. Then you can dial or receive a call.

    5.6 Dialing Calls
    In the standby interface, press number keys to input the area code and the telephone number,
    and then press the Dial key to dial a call. To end the call, press the End key.
    ● Dialing an international call
    Hold the 0 key and input “+”. Then input the country code, the area code and the telephone
    number. Finally, press the Dial key.
    ● Dialing a call to a number in the phonebook
    Enter the phonebook and use the up or down direction keys to find the telephone number
    you want to call.
    Press the Dial key. The mobile phone automatically dials the chosen telephone number.
    ● Redialing the last number
    In the standby interface, press the Dial key to show the dialed calls.
    Press the up or down direction keys to select a number you want to dial and then press
    the Dial key.
    ● Answering incoming calls
    Press the Dial key or the Left soft key to answer an incoming call.
    Press the End key to end the current conversation.
    To reject an incoming call, press the End key or the Right soft key.
    Note: If the calling number exists in the phonebook, the mobile phone will present the name of the caller. If the caller cannot be
    identified, the mobile phone will present the calling number only. You can answer an incoming call when using a function list or
    browsing the phonebook.

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    ● Using options during a conversation
    Select Options during a conversation to pause, end the ongoing call, browse the phonebook, view
    information, set the mute, or perform other operations. For details, refer to the menu guide.

    5.7 Using the Headset
    It would enter headset mode automatically when you insert headset to the slot. Make sure of
    inserting it at the bottom of the slot, or you can’t use it normally.

    6 Input method
    This mobile phone provides multiple input methods, including English input and numeric input.
    You can use these input methods when editing the phonebook, short messages and files.

    6.1 Icons for Input Methods
    After you enter an edit window such as a window for editing the phonebook, short messages,
    an icon is displayed to indicate the current input method:
    Numeric input: “123”
    English input in upper case: “ABC”
    English input in lower case: “abc”

    6.2 To Shift Entry Methods
    Press the # key to switch between input methods.

    6.3 Numeric Input
    You can input numbers with the numeric input method. Press a number key to input the corresponding number.

    6.4 English input and numeric input:
    The keyboards for English input and numeric input are defined in the following table:
    Key

    Character or Function

    Number key 1

    . , - ? ! ’@ : # $ /_ 1

    Number key 2

    ABCabc2

    Number key 3

    DEFdef3

    Number key 4

    GHIghi4

    Number key 5

    JKLjkl5

    Number key 6

    MNOmno6

    Number key 7

    PQRSpqrs7

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    Number key 8

    TUVtuv8

    Number key 9

    WXYZwxyz9

    Number key 0

    0

    * key

    Press it to input a symbol

    # key

    Press it to switch between
    input methods

    Up direction key

    Press it to move to the left

    Down direction key

    Press it to move to the right

    End key

    Press it to return to the
    standby interface

    English input:
    ● Each key is used to represent multiple characters. Quickly and continuously press a key till
    the character you want appears. Input the next character after the cursor moves.
    ● Press the # key to switch between input methods
    ● To input a blank, switch to the English input mode (in upper or lower case) and then press
    number key 0.
    ● Clear wrong inputs, press the Right soft key.

    6.5 Inserting a Symbol
    Press the * key to enter the Select symbol interface, use direction keys to select a symbol you want.

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    7 Using the Menus
    7.1 Multimedia
    ● Image viewer
    You can view the pictures or images through this function.
    ● Video recorder
    This function enables you to record video. In the capture interface, you can press up or down
    direction key to to zoom in and zoom out, press OK key to capture videos clip. The video
    recording can not be done without a memory card.

    7.2 Messages
    If the short message memory is full, a blinking message icon appears on the top of the screen.
    To normally receive short messages, you need to delete some of the existing short messages.
    If the destination user has received the short message you sent and the short message delivery report function is activated, the phone will give off a message report alert tone.
    Write message
    Access this menu to create a text message.
    Inbox
    Received messages are listed in this menu.
    Drafts
    The messages which are sent failed are stored in the Outbox.
    Outbox
    The messages which are sent failed are stored in the Outbox.
    Sent messages
    Sent messages are listed in this menu.
    SMS settings
    This function enables you to set the default features about the text message and service
    message.

    7.3 Phonebook
    The mobile phone can store up to 300 telephone numbers. The number of telephone numbers
    that an SIM card can store depends on the storage capacity of the SIM card. The telephone
    numbers stored in the mobile phone and in the SIM cards form a phonebook.
    Add new contact:
    Create new contact to phonebook.
    After selecting a telephone number in the phonebook, select Options to perform the following
    operations:
    View:
    View the content of the telephone number.
    Sent text message:
    Sent text message to the selected number.
    Call:
    Call the current number of the SIM1 or SIM2.
    Edit:
    Edit the selected number and name.
    Delete:
    Delete the telephone number from the phonebook.

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    Copy:
    Duplicate the telephone number from the mobile phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to
    the mobile phone.
    Caller groups:
    You can assign contacts to the default caller groups. For each group, you can edit group name.
    Phonebook settings:
    To set some parameters of phonebook.

    7.4 Settings
    ● Profiles
    The mobile phone provides multiple user profiles, so that you can customize some settings to
    adapt to the specific events and environments.
    Customize the user profiles according to your preference and then activate the user profiles.
    The user profiles fall into four scenarios: General, Silent, Meeting and Outdoor.
    When you insert an earpiece to the mobile phone, the mobile phone automatically enters the
    Headset mode. There is no option for activating the Headset mode on the screen. For details
    on operation, refer to General.
    Activate
    Select Activate to activate the selected mode.
    Customize
    After choosing one of the above four modes, select Customize to edit the following items:
    Alert type, Ring type, incoming call ringtone, ringtone volume, message ringtone, keypad
    tone, etc.
    Reset
    Use this function to restore factory settings of user profile.
    Note: If you remove the battery from the mobile phone or if the battery energy was exhausted a long time ago, you may need to
    reset the date and time when re-inserting the battery or powering on the mobile phone after recharging.

    ● Dual SIM settings
    Dual-SIM refers to two SIM card slots, and the two cards can standby at the same time or set
    one of them to display on the idle screen.
    ● Flight mode: You can turn off all wireless connections so your phone can’t cause any inter
    ference with sensitive equipment in a plane or a hospital.
    ● Phone settings
    Time and date: set the date format, the time format, and detail time of the location.
    Note: If you remove the battery from the mobile phone or if the battery energy was exhausted a long time ago, you may need to
    reset the date and time when re-inserting the battery or powering on the mobile phone after recharging.

    Language:
    Select the display language for the mobile phone.
    Writing language:
    Select writing language as needed.
    Display:
    Users can access this item to set wallpaper, Show date and time, etc.
    Dedicated keys :
    You can set shortcuts for those functions you often use.
    Auto update time:
    Activate/deactivate this function as per your need.
    Font size:
    Users can choose the font size for the large font or theme default font.

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    Misc. setting:
    You can set the LCD backlight brightness and time.
    One key for help:
    You can turn on or off this function, and set the help content, help number etc.
    Network settings:
    Contact the network operator to obtain the following network services.
    Network selection:
    Set Network selection mode to Automatic or Manual. Automatic is recommended. When
    Network selection mode is set to Automatic, the mobile phone will prefer the network where the
    SIM card is registered. When Network selection mode is set to Manual, you need to select the
    network operator’s network where the SIM card is registered.
    GPRS transfer pref.:
    Select Call first or Data first.).
    ● Security settings
    This function provides you with related settings about safety use.
    SIM security:
    ● PIN lock:
    To activate PIN lock, you need to input the correct PIN code. If you set PIN lock to on, you
    need to input the PIN each time you power on the mobile phone. In the case you input a
    wrong PIN for three consecutive times; you need to input the PIN Unblocking Key (PUK).
    The PUK is used to unlock and change the locked PIN. To obtain the PUK, contact the
    network operator.
    ● Change PIN:
    To change PIN code of SIM card.
    ● Change PIN2:
    To change PIN2 code of SIM card.
    Phone security
    ● Phone lock:
    The function enables you to lock/unlock the phone. Entering password to switch on the
    phone. Password is required when the phone is locked. The initial password is 1122.
    ● Change password:
    To change phone password.
    Screen auto lock
    The function enables you to lock/unlock the keypad. Setting the auto locking time that 15s, 30s,
    1min or 5mins is available. The keypad will be auto locked with no operation during the period.
    Privacy protection
    In this menu, you can set password-protected on the need of menu. For the menu open the
    private protection, need to input a phone password when you entered. Enter the other module
    which has opened the function, do not input the password again until return to idle to give up
    operation of authority.
    Restore Settings:
    Use this function to restore factory settings. The preset password is 1122.

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    7.5 Call center
    Call history
    Missed calls
    You can view a list of the latest missed calls.
    Note: When the mobile phone indicates that some calls are missed, you can select View to enter the missed calls list. Navigate to a
    missed call and then press the Dial key to dial the number that originated that call.

    Dialled calls
    You can view the latest dialed calls. Choose Dialled calls and then select a dialed call to delete,
    save, dial, or send a short message to it.
    Received calls
    You can view the latest received calls. Choose Received calls and then select a received call to
    delete, save, dial, or send a short message to it.
    Delete call logs
    You can delete the latest call records. Choose Delete call logs and then select to delete all the
    numbers in the call history, or delete only the numbers in the missed calls list, the dialed calls
    list or the received calls list.
    Call timers
    Choose Call timers to view the last call time, the total time of all dialed calls, the total time of all
    received calls and the total time of call history, and/or to reset all the time.
    Call settings
    SIM1/2 call settings
    ● Call waiting: After you choose Activate, the mobile phone will contact the network. A moment
    later, the network will make a response and send a message to acknowledge your operation.
    If the call waiting function is activated, the network will alert you and the mobile phone
    screen will display the incoming call number if others are calling you while you are already in
    a conversation.
    ● Call divert: this network function enables you to forward incoming calls to another number
    you have previously specified.
    ● Call barring: The call barring function enables you to bar calls as needed. When setting this
    function, you need to use a network barring code, which can be obtained from the network
    operator. If the code is wrong, an error message will be prompted on the screen. After
    selecting a call barring option, continue to select Activate or Deactivate. The mobile phone
    will prompt you to input the call barring code and then contact the network. A moment later,
    the network will make a response and send the operation results to the mobile phone.
    ● Line switching: Switch to Line 1 or Line 2. By default, Line 1 is used.
    Note: If you choose Line 2, dialing may fail. This depends on the implementation of the network operator.

    Advanced settings
    ● Auto redial: Set it to On or Off to enable or disable auto redial. If you set Auto redial to On,
    the mobile phone will automatically redial the number a moment later if the called party does
    not reply. The number of auto redial times can be set to a maximum of 10. In the auto redial
    period, you cannot dial other numbers. To end the auto redial process, press the End key.
    Note: This function requires support from the network operator to which the SIM card is registered.

    ● Call time reminder: To set single or periodic tone in a call to make you know the time.
    ● Answer mode: Select an answer mode as per your need.

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    7.6 Organizer
    ● Alarm
    Five alarm clocks are set but deactivated by default. You can activate one, multiple or all of
    them as needed. For each alarm clock, the ringing date and the ringing time can be set.
    ● World clock
    By pressing left/right navigation keys to change time zone on world map, you can check time
    and date of different cities and regions.
    ● Bluetooth
    With Bluetooth, you can make a wireless connection to other compatible devices, such as
    mobile phones, computers, headsets and car kits.
    ● SIM toolkit
    SIM toolkit service is the tool kit of SIM card. This phone supports the service function .The
    specific items are depended by SIM card and network. Service menu will be auto added to
    the phone menu when supported by network and SIM card.

    7.7 File manager
    The phone provides a certain space for users to manage files and supports the memory card.
    The capacity of the memory card is selectable. You can use the file manager to conveniently
    manage various directories and files on the phone and the memory card.
    Choose File manager to enter the root directory of the memory. The root directory will list the
    default folders, new folders and user files. When the mobile phone is powered on for the first
    time or when you have not changed the directory, the root directory contains the default folders
    only.

    7.8 Camera
    The phone is provided with a camera, which supports the photographing functions. Roll the
    phone to align the camera to the picture and then press OK key to capture photos. Pictures will
    be saved in the file system of the phone or the memory card. In the capture interface, you can
    press up or down direction key to zoom in and zoom out.

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    8 Appendix
    Appendix 1: How to handling the battery and SIM card
    ● Remove the back cover above the battery.

    ● Pull the left battery buckle outward and then lift the battery away.
    ● To install the Micro SD card, place its indented side downward, insert the
    card into the card slot.

    ● Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot lightly with the corner cutting of the card
    aligning to the notch of the slot and the gold plate of the card facing down load, till the
    SIM card cannot be further pushed in.

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    Appendix 2: Troubleshooting
    If you find exceptions when operating the mobile phone, restore the factory settings and
    then refer to the following table to solve the problem. If the problem persists, contact the
    distributor or service provider.

    Fault

    Cause

    Solution

    The SIM card is damaged.

    Contact your network service provider

    The SIM card is not in position.

    Check the SIM card

    The metal face of the SIM card
    is polluted.

    Clean the SIM card
    with a clean cloth

    Signals are obstructed. For instance,
    radio waves cannot be effectively
    transmitted nearby a high building
    or in a basement.

    Move to a place where signals
    can be effectively transmitted

    Line congestions occur when
    you use the mobile phone
    in high-traffic hours

    Avoid using the mobile phone
    in hightraffic hours

    The mobile phone
    cannot be powered
    on

    The battery energy is exhausted.

    Charge the battery

    Calls cannot be
    dialed

    Call barring is activated

    Cancel call barring

    The SIM card is invalid

    Contact your network service provider

    The mobile phone is not in a service
    area of the GSM network

    Move to the network operator’s
    service area

    The signal is weak

    Move to a place where
    the signal quality is high

    The charging voltage does not match
    the voltage range indicated
    on the charger

    Ensure the charging voltage matches
    the voltage range indicated
    on the charger

    An improper charger is used

    Use the charger specially designed
    for the mobile phone

    Poor contact

    Ensure the charger plug is in good
    contact with the mobile phone

    SIM card error

    Poor received
    signal quality

    The mobile phone
    cannot connect
    the network

    The battery cannot
    be charged

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    Appendix 3: For your future reference
    We recommend keeping a record of the following information to assist with any repair under
    warranty:
    Serial No. (found on the carton box or in the battery compartment)

    Date of purchase

    Name and address of dealer

    Attach your purchase receipt here.

    Appendix 4: Manufacturer (Panasonic Corporation)

    Panasonic System Network Co Ltd.
    1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan http://www.panasonic.com

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    Appendix 5: Detailed information
    “For detailed information about the features of your phone system, refer to the operating instructions, which is available by visiting the support page for this product at the address below:
    http://www.panasonic.eu”

    Appendix 6: Sales department
    Sales department/Vertrieb/Organisation Commerciale/Klantenservice/Försäljning/
    Salgsavdeling/Maahantuonti/Departamento comercial/Tμήμα Πωλήσεων/Salgskontor/
    Departamento de ventas/Ufficio Vendite/Satιş bölümü
    Belgique/België
    Panasonic Belgium is a branch of
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

    France
    Panasonic France, une Succursale
    de Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

    Brusselsesteenweg 502
    1731 Zellik
    Belgium
    Hagenauer Strasse 43, D-65203 Wiesbaden
    VAT BE0867.862.661 RPM/RPR Brussels

    1 à 7 Rue du 19 Mars 1962
    92238 Gennevilliers Cedex, France
    Service Consommateurs:
    08 92 35 05 05 (0,34 € la minute)
    Service après-vente:
    01 70 48 91 73 (numéro non surtaxé)

    Deutschland
    Panasonic Deutschland eine Division der
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

    Italia
    Panasonic Italia - branch office of
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

    Winsbergring 15
    22525 Hamburg
    www.panasonic.de

    Viale dell’Innovazione
    3-20126 Milano
    servizio clienti: 02-67 07 25 56
    www.panasonic.it

    España
    Panasonic España, Sucursal de
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

    Nederland
    Panasonic Netherlands

    Calle Caléndula, 93, Edificio G, planta baja
    28109 Alcobendas (Madrid)
    Telf. 902 15 30 60 (número alternativo: 935 500 123)
    www.panasonic.es

    Europalaan 28E
    5232 BC ’s-Hertogenbosch
    Tel: 073 6 402 802
    Reparaties:
    www.panasonic.nl

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    Sales department/Értékesítési osztály/Dział sprzedaży/Obchodné zastúpenie/Obchodní
    zastoupení/Kontakt/Prodajni oddelek/Departamentul de vânzări/Отдел „Продажби“/
    Odeljenje prodaje/Оддел за продажба/Departamenti i shitjeve/Prodajni odjel

    Magyarország
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH.
    - South-East Europe Fióktelep

    Romania
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Wiesbaden,
    Germania, Sucursala Bucureşti, Romania

    1117 Budapest, Hungary, Alíz utca 4/A.
    (Office Garden building III.)
    Tel.: 06 80 201 006
    E-mail: Customer.Budapest@eu.panasonic.com/Honlap
    www.panasonic.hu

    B-dul Preciziei, Nr. 24, West Gate Park,
    Clădirea H3, Etaj 2, Sector 6,
    Bucureşti, 062204, Romania
    Telefon:
    +40 21 316 31 61
    Fax:
    +40 21 316 04 46
    E-mail: suport.clienti@eu.panasonic.com
    www.panasonic.ro

    Česká republika
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH,
    organizační složka Česká republika

    Polska - Dystrybucja w Polsce
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Oddział
    w Polsce (Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością)

    Corso II.a, Křižíkova 148/34
    186 00 Praha 8, Česká republika
    Telefon:
    +420 236 032 511
    Centrální fax:
    +420 236 032 411
    Zákaznická linka: +420 236 032 911
    E-mail: panasonic.praha@eu.panasonic.com
    www.panasonic.cz

    ul. Wołoska 9A, 02-583 Warszawa

    Produkt Panasonic

    Produkt objęty jest E-Gwarancją Panasonic.
    Prosimy o zachowanie dowodu zakupu.
    Warunki gwarancji oraz informacje o produkcie
    są dostępne na stronie www.panasonic.com/pl
    lub pod numerem telefonu:
    801 003 532 - numer dla połączeń z sieci stacjonarnej
    22 295 37 27 - numer dla połączeń z sieci stacjonarnej
    oraz komórkowej

    Slovenská republika
    Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH,
    organizačná zložka Slovenská republika
    Štúrova 11
    811 01 Bratislava, Slovenská republika
    Telefón:
    +421 2 2062 2211
    Fax:
    +421 2 2062 2311
    Zákaznická linka: +421 2 2062 2911
    E-mail: panasonic.bratislava@eu.panasonic.com
    www.panasonic.sk

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    Appendix 7: Graphical symbol
    Symbol

    Explanation

    Symbol

    Explanation

    1) Alternating current (A.C.)

    7) Class P equipment
    (equipment in which protection against
    electric shock rely on Double Insulation
    or Reinforced Insulation.)

    2) Direct current (D.C.)

    8) “ON” (power)

    3) Protective earth

    9) “OFF” (power)

    4) Protective bonding earth

    10) Stand-by (power)

    5) Functional earth

    11) “ON”/“OFF”
    (power; push-push)

    6) For indoor use only

    12) Caution, risk of electric shock

    Panasonic Corporation

    1006, Oaza Kadoma, Kadoma-shi, Osaka 571-8501, Japan
    www.panasonic.com
    © Panasonic Corporation 2018

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Das Handbuch ist 0,43 mb groß.

 

Sie erhalten das Handbuch in Ihrer E-Mail innerhalb von Minuten. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail erhalten haben, haben Sie wahrscheinlich die falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben oder Ihre Mailbox ist zu voll. Darüber hinaus kann es sein, dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe für E-Mails empfangen kann.

Andere Handbücher von Panasonic KX-TU110

Panasonic KX-TU110 Bedienungsanleitung - Deutsch - 30 seiten

Panasonic KX-TU110 Bedienungsanleitung - Holländisch - 30 seiten

Panasonic KX-TU110 Bedienungsanleitung - Französisch - 31 seiten


Das Handbuch wird per E-Mail gesendet. Überprüfen Sie ihre E-Mail.

Wenn Sie innerhalb von 15 Minuten keine E-Mail mit dem Handbuch erhalten haben, kann es sein, dass Sie eine falsche E-Mail-Adresse eingegeben haben oder dass Ihr ISP eine maximale Größe eingestellt hat, um E-Mails zu erhalten, die kleiner als die Größe des Handbuchs sind.

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