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EN Digital Cordless Telephone
Use only rechargeable batteries.
Charge each handset for 24 hours
Table of contents 1 Important Safety Instructions 3 4.7 How to find a handset 14 1.1 Safety information 4 4.8 Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic 1.2 Power requirements 4 Fields (“EMF”) 14 1.3 Battery requirements 4 5 Use more of your phone 15 1.4 Telephone connection 5 5.1 Call in progress 15 1.5 Safety precautions 5 5.1.1 Mute/Unmute microphone 15 1.6 Warranty 5 5.1.2 How to adjust earpiece volume 15 1.7 Conformity 5 5.1.3 How to switch on the loudspeaker 15 1.8 Environmental care 5 5.2 Pho
5.7 Advanced settings 21 5.7.1 How to select recall time 21 5.7.2 How to set the dial mode 21 5.7.3 Call barring 21 5.7.4 Baby call 22 5.7.5 How to manually select a base station 22 5.7.6 How to register an additional handset 22 5.7.7 How to unregister a handset 23 5.7.8 How to change the master PIN 23 5.7.9 How to reset to default settings 23 5.7.10 How to set the prefix number 24 5.7.11 Country setting 24 5.7.12 How to set conference mode on/off 24 5.8 Network services 24 5.8.1 Voice mail 24 5
1 Important Safety Instructions Some of the following information may not Never spill liquid of any kind on the apply to your particular product; however, when product. using telephone equipment, basic safety 10 To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not precautions should always be followed to disassemble this product, but take it to a reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury qualified service personnel when service or to persons, including the following : repair work is required. O
19 Do not use the telephone to report a gas battery(ies) could leak and damage the leak in the vicinity of the leak. product. 20 Do not place this product on an unstable 10 Discard “dead” battery(ies) as soon as cart, stand or table. The product may fall, possible since “dead” batteries are more causing serious damage to the product. likely to leak in a product. IF YOUR PRODUCT UTILIZES 11 Do not store this product, or the BATTERIES,THE FOLLOWING battery(ies) provided with or identified for ADDI
unplugging the power supply from the electrical ! Warning outlet. Ensure the electrical outlet is located Use only the mains adapter supplied with this close to the apparatus and is always easily telephone. Incorrect adapter polarity or voltage accessible. can seriously damage the unit. ! Warning 1.4 Telephone connection RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS The voltage on the network is classified as REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltages, Never use non-rechargeable
2 Your phone Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. 2.1 What’s in the box Telephone handset Base station Power supply unit - + + - Line cord 2xAAA rechargeable Quick start guide NiMH batteries User Manual Warranty card Belt clip (Country dependent) Note The line adaptor may not be attached to the line cord. You may find the line adapter in the box. In this case, you have to
2.2 Overview of the phone 2.2.1 Handset A Event LED OFF : No new events RED BLINKING : Unread events (example : a missed call if you have subscribed the Caller Line Identification Service (CLI) from your A network provider.) B Menu/OK key In idle mode : Press to enter the main menu In menu mode : Select the function displayed on the handset screen directly above it C Redial/Mute/Next key In idle mode : Press to access the redial list In editing mode/predialling mode : Short press to delete one c
F Talk off/Exit key In idle mode : Long press for about 5 seconds to power off the handset. If the handset is powered off, short press to power on the handset. In menu mode : Long press to return to idle mode, short press to return to previous menu. During call connection : Press to hang up a call GTalk on/R key In idle mode : Press to answer when there is an incoming external or internal call During call connection : Press to insert R for operator services HAlphanumeric keypad I Hash key In idl
2.2.2 Display icons on the handset Indicate battery level Display when the battery is fully discharged Display when the battery is running low Display when the battery is partially charged Display when the battery is fully charged Display battery icon animation during charging Display when the phone is in use. Blink during ringing. Blink when new voice mail messages are received and not read yet This feature is available if you have subscribed the Caller Line Identification service (CLI) with yo
3 Connect the other end of the line cord to the telephone line socket and the other end 3 Getting started of the power cable to the electricity socket 3.1 Connect the base station Caution Avoid placing the base station too close to large metal objects such as filing cabinets, radiators or electrical appliances. This can impair the range and sound quality. Buildings with thick internal and external walls may impair transmission of signals to and from the base. Note ! Warning The line adaptor may
3 When the handset is fully charged, is displayed. 4 Using your phone 3.4 Configure your phone Depending on your country, the WELCOME 4.1 Make a call screen may not appear. In that case, you do not need to select the country code to configure 4.1.1 Predialling your phone. 1 Enter the phone number (maximum Before using your phone, you need to configure 24 digits) 2 Press to dial the number it according to the country of use. After • The call is initiated. charging it for a few minutes, the WELCOM
4.1.4 Call from the phonebook 4.3 Answer a call in handsfree mode When the phone rings, press . In idle mode : • The call is established and is on. You can 1 Press to access the phonebook talk to the caller without holding the handset. 2 Press / to select your desired ! phonebook entry Warning 3 Press to dial the number When the handset rings during an incoming call, • The call is initiated. please do not hold the handset too close to your ear as the volume of the ringing tone may Tip damage you
3 Press on the calling handset 4.5.1 How to make a second call • Your desired handset rings. 4 Press on the called handset During a call : • The intercom is established. 1Press and / to select Note INIT 2NDCALL If the called handset is busy, a busy tone will be 2 Press to dial your second call number emitted from the calling handset. • The second call is initiated. Note 4.6.2 How to transfer an external call to You can press and / to select another handset SWITCH CALL or CONFERENCE to switch cal
Note 4.8 Electric, Magnetic and You can press to switch the call between the Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”) internal call and the external call. 1. Philips Royal Electronics manufactures and 5 Long press on the calling handset sells many consumers oriented products, • The calling handset, called handset and the which usually, as with any electronic external call would be in 3-way conference. apparatus, have the ability to emit and receive electro magnetic signals. During the conference call : 2.
5.2.1 How to store a number in the phonebook 5 Use more of your phone In idle mode : 5.1 Call in progress 1 Press to access the main menu Some options are available to you during a call. 2Press to select PHONEBOOK You can access these options by pressing 3Press to select NEW ENTRY corresponding key while a call is in progress. 4 Enter the name (maximum 12 characters) The available options are : 5 Press to enter the number (maximum 24 digits) 5.1.1 Mute/Unmute microphone 6 Press to choose a group
Key 2 will not display. If voice mail number and 4 Press and / to choose the entry information service number of your network that you want to edit operator are unavailable, Key 1 and Key 2 will 5 Press display on top of Key 3 as the direct access 6 Press to erase the letters one by one, memory options, see section 5.8.2 for details. edit the name and press 7 Press to erase the digits one by one, In idle mode : edit the number and press 1 Press to access the main menu 8 Press / to choose a gr
• All your phonebook entries are transferred to For example, if the call log entry appears as the called handset and FINISH is displayed on “234-567-8900” : the two handsets screen after the transferring is • Press once to display “1-234-567-8900”. done. • Press twice to display “1-567-8900”. • Press 3 times to display “567-8900”. 5.3 Call log • Press 4 times to display “234-567-8900” This feature is available if you have registered to again. the caller identification service (CLI) with your 2 T
4Press to select DELETE ALL 3Press and / to select DELETE 5Press to confirm 4Press to confirm 6Press to re-confirm • A beep tone is emitted and the selected entry is • A beep tone is emitted. All the entries in the deleted. call log are deleted. 5.4.4 How to delete the entire redial list 5.4 Redial list 1 Press to access the redial list Your phone can store the last 10 numbers you 2Press and / to select DELETE have dialed. Only the first 24 digits of each ALL number are stored. 3Press to confirm
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