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www.philips.com/support Always there to help you Register your product and get support at Extended user documentation D470 D475 Question? Contact Philips
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1 EN Contents 1 Important safety instructions 3 2 Your phone 4 What is in the box 4 Overview of the phone 5 Overview of the base station 6 3 Get started 7 Connect the base station 7 Install the supplied batteries 8 dependent) 8 Change the remote access PIN code (for D475) 9 Charge the handset 9 Check the battery level 9 What is standby mode? 9 Display icons 10 Check the signal strength 10 Switch the handset on or off 11 4 Calls 12 Make a call 12 Answer a call 12 End a call 12 Adjust the earpiece/speaker volume 13 Mute the microphone 13 Turn the speaker on or off 13 Make a second call 13 Answer a second call 13 Switch between two calls 13 Make a conference call with the external callers 13 5 Intercom and conference calls 15 Make a call to another handset 15 Make a conference call 15 6 Text and numbers 17 Enter text and numbers 17 Switch between uppercase and lowercase 17 7 Phonebook 18 View the phonebook 18 Search a record 18 Call from the phonebook 18 Access the phonebook during a call 18 Add a record 19 Edit a record 19 Delete a record 19 Delete all records 19 8 Call log 20 Call list type 20 View the call records 20 Save a call record to the phonebook 20 Return a call 20 Delete a call record 21 Delete all call records 21 9 Redial list 22 View the redial records 22 Save a redial record to the phonebook 22 Access the redial list during a call 22 Delete a redial record 22 Delete all redial records 22 10 Phone settings 23 Sound settings 23 ECO mode 24 ECO+ mode 24 Name the handset 24 Set the date and time 25 Set the display language 25 Auto answer 25 Activate/Deactivate auto hang up 25 11 Alarm clock 26 Set the alarm 26 Turn off the alarm 26 12 Telephone answering machine 27
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2 EN 7XUQWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHRQRURII  Family notes 27 6HWWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHODQJXDJH  Set the answer mode 28 Announcements 28 ,QFRPLQJPHVVDJHV  Remote access 30 13 Services 32 Call list type 32 Auto conference 32 &DOOEDUULQJ  Blacklist 33 1HWZRUNW\SH  $XWRSUHÀ[  Select the recall duration 34 Dial mode 34 Auto clock 34 5HJLVWHUDGGLWLRQDOKDQGVHWV  8QUHJLVWHUWKHKDQGVHWV  5HVWRUHGHIDXOWVHWWLQJV  14 Technical data 36 15 Notice 37 Declaration of conformity 37 8VH*$3VWDQGDUGFRPSOLDQFH  Compliance with EMF 37 Disposal of your old product and battery 37 16 Frequently asked questions  17 Appendix 41 Text and number input tables 41 18 Index 43
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3 EN 1 Important safety instructions Power requirements • This product requires an electrical supply of 100-240 volts AC. In case of power failure, the communication can be lost. • 7KHYROWDJHRQWKHQHWZRUNLVFODVVLÀHG DV719 7HOHFRPPXQLFDWLRQ1HWZRUN 9ROWDJHV DVGHÀQHGLQWKHVWDQGDUG(1  Warning • 7KH(OHFWULFDOQHWZRUNLVFODVVLÀHGDVKD]DUGRXV7KH RQO\ZD\WRSRZHUGRZQWKHFKDUJHULVWRXQSOXJWKH power supply from the electrical outlet. Ensure that the electrical outlet is always easily accessible. To avoid damage or malfunction Caution • Use only the power supply listed in the user instructions. • Use only the batteries listed in the user instructions. • Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. • 'LVSRVHRIXVHGEDWWHULHVDFFRUGLQJWRWKHLQVWUXFWLRQV • 'RQRWGLVSRVHRIEDWWHULHVLQÀUH • Always use the cables provided with the product. • 'RQRWDOORZWKHFKDUJLQJFRQWDFWVRUWKHEDWWHU\WR come into contact with metal objects. • Do not let small metal objects come into contact with the product.This can deteriorate audio quality and GDPDJHWKHSURGXFW • Metallic objects may be retained if placed near or on the handset receiver. • Do not use the product in places where there are H[SORVLYHKD]DUGV • 'RQRWRSHQWKHKDQGVHWEDVHVWDWLRQRUFKDUJHUDV \RXFRXOGEHH[SRVHGWRKLJKYROWDJHV • )RUSOXJJDEOHHTXLSPHQWWKHVRFNHWRXWOHWVKDOO be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. • Handsfree activation could suddenly increase the YROXPHLQWKHHDUSLHFHWRDYHU\KLJKOHYHOPDNHVXUH the handset is not too close to your ear. • 7KLVHTXLSPHQWLVQRWGHVLJQHGWRPDNHHPHUJHQF\ calls when the power fails.An alternative has to be PDGHDYDLODEOHWRDOORZHPHUJHQF\FDOOV • Do not allow the product to come into contact with liquids. • 'RQRWXVHDQ\FOHDQLQJDJHQWVFRQWDLQLQJDOFRKRO DPPRQLDEHQ]HQHRUDEUDVLYHVDVWKHVHPD\KDUP the set. • Do not expose the phone to excessive heat caused by KHDWLQJHTXLSPHQWRUGLUHFWVXQOLJKW • Do not drop your phone or allow objects to fall on your phone. • Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause interference. About operating and storage temperatures • Operate in a place where temperature is DOZD\VEHWZHHQƒ&WRƒ& XSWR relative humidity). • Store in a place where temperature is DOZD\VEHWZHHQƒ&DQGƒ& XSWR UHODWLYHKXPLGLW\  • Battery life may be shorter in low temperature conditions.
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4 EN 2 Your phone Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! offers, register your product at www.philips. com/welcome. What is in the box Handset** Base station (D470) Base station (D475) Charger (without telephone socket)** Power adapter** Line cord* 2 x AAA batteries Guarantee Short user manual Note • * In some countries, you have to connect the line adapter to the line cord, then plug the line cord to the telephone socket. Tip • ** In multi-handset packs, there are additional handsets and chargers and power adapters.
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7 EN 3 Get started Caution • Make sure that you have read the safety instructions in the 'Important safety instructions' section before you connect and install your handset. Connect the base station Warning • 5LVNRISURGXFWGDPDJH(QVXUHWKDWWKHSRZHUVXSSO\ YROWDJHFRUUHVSRQGVWRWKHYROWDJHSULQWHGRQWKHEDFN or the underside of the phone. • 8VHRQO\WKHVXSSOLHGSRZHUDGDSWHUWRFKDUJHWKH batteries. Note • ,I\RXVXEVFULEHWRWKHGLJLWDOVXEVFULEHUOLQH '6/ KLJK VSHHGLQWHUQHWVHUYLFHWKURXJK\RXUWHOHSKRQHOLQH HQVXUH\RXLQVWDOOD'6/ÀOWHUEHWZHHQWKHWHOHSKRQH OLQHFRUGDQGWKHSRZHUVRFNHW7KHÀOWHUSUHYHQWV noise and caller ID problems caused by the DSL LQWHUIHUHQFH)RUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQRQWKH'6/ÀOWHUV contact your DSL service provider. • The type plate is located on the bottom of the base station. 1 Connect each end of the power adapter WR • the DC input jack at the back of the base station; • the power socket on the wall. 2 &RQQHFWHDFKHQGRIWKHOLQHFRUGWR • the telephone socket at the back of the base station; • the telephone socket on the wall. 3 Connect each end of the power adapter WR IRUPXOWLKDQGVHWYHUVLRQRQO\  • the DC input jack at the bottom of the H[WUDKDQGVHWFKDUJHU • the power socket on the wall.
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8 EN Install the supplied batteries Caution • 5LVNRIH[SORVLRQ.HHSEDWWHULHVDZD\IURPKHDW VXQVKLQHRUÀUH1HYHUGLVFDUGEDWWHULHVLQÀUH • Use only the supplied batteries. • 5LVNRIGHFUHDVHGEDWWHU\OLIH1HYHUPL[GLIIHUHQW brands or types of batteries. Note • &KDUJHWKHEDWWHULHVIRUKRXUVEHIRUHÀUVWXVH • If the handset becomes warm when the batteries are FKDUJLQJLWLVQRUPDO Warning • &KHFNWKHEDWWHU\SRODULW\ZKHQLQVHUWLQJLQWKH EDWWHU\FRPSDUWPHQW,QFRUUHFWSRODULW\PD\GDPDJH the product. 1 2 3 &RQÀJXUH\RXUSKRQH (country dependent) 1 :KHQXVLQJ\RXUSKRQHIRUWKHÀUVWWLPH \RXVHHDZHOFRPHPHVVDJH 2 3UHVV[OK]. Set the country/language 6HOHFW\RXUFRXQWU\ODQJXDJHWKHQSUHVV[OK] WRFRQÀUP » 7KHFRXQWU\ODQJXDJHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • 7KHFRXQWU\ODQJXDJHVHWWLQJRSWLRQLVFRXQWU\ GHSHQGHQW,IQRZHOFRPHPHVVDJHLVGLVSOD\HGLW PHDQVWKHFRXQWU\ODQJXDJHVHWWLQJLVSUHVHWIRU\RXU country.Then you can set the date and time. 7RUHVHWWKHODQJXDJHVHHWKHIROORZLQJVWHSV 1 Select [Phone setup] > [Language], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 6HOHFWDODQJXDJHWKHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Set the date and time 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Date & time], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 3UHVVWKHQXPHULFEXWWRQVWRHQWHUWKH date, then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHWLPHVHWWLQJPHQXLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 3 3UHVVWKHQXPHULFEXWWRQVWRHQWHUWKH time. • If the time is in 12-hour format, press / to select [am] or [pm] &RXQWU\ dependent). 4 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP
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10 EN Display icons In standby mode, the icons shown on the main screen tell you what features are available on your handset. Icon Descriptions When the handset is off the base station/charger, the bars indicate the battery level (from full to low). When the handset is on the base station/charger, the bars keep scrolling until charging is complete. you hear an alert tone. The battery is low and needs recharging. It shows the connection status between the handset and base station. The more bars are shown, the better the signal strength is. It remains steadily on when browsing incoming calls in the call log. It remains steadily on when browsing outgoing calls in the redial list. call or when browsing unread missed calls in call log. It remains steadily on when only old call log exists or when browsing the read missed calls in call log. It remains steadily on when browsing blocked calls in call log. It remains steadily on when you are in a call. The speaker is on. The ringer is off. The silent mode is set and within active period (the phone does not ring). Answering machine (D475 only): message or when the memory is full. It is displayed when the telephone answering machine is turned on. message. It remains steadily on when the voice messages are already viewed in the call log. The icon is not shown when there is no voice message. The silent mode is set, but is outside of active period. The alarm is activated. / It is displayed when you scroll up / down a list or increase / decrease the volume. ECO The Eco mode is activated. ECO+ The ECO+ mode is activated. Check the signal strength The number of bars indicates the connection status between the handset and base station.The more bars are shown, the better the connection is. • Make sure the handset is connected to the base station before you make or receive calls and carry out the phone functions and features. • If you hear warning tones when you are on the phone, the handset is almost out of battery or the handset is out of range. Charge the battery or move the handset nearer to the base station. Note • When ECO+ is on, the signal strength is not displayed.
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11 EN Switch the handset on or off 3UHVVDQGKROG to switch the handset on or off.
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12 EN 4 Calls Note • When the power fails, the phone cannot access HPHUJHQF\VHUYLFHV Tip • &KHFNWKHVLJQDOVWUHQJWKEHIRUH\RXPDNHDFDOORU when you are in a call VHH &KHFNWKHVLJQDOVWUHQJWK  RQSDJH10). Make a call <RXFDQPDNHDFDOOLQWKHVHZD\V • 1RUPDOFDOO • 3UHGLDOFDOO You can also make a call from the redial list, phonebook list VHH &DOOIURPWKHSKRQHERRN  RQSDJH18) and FDOOORJ VHH 5HWXUQDFDOO RQ SDJH20). Normal call 1 3UHVV or . 2 Dial the phone number. » The number is dialed out. » The duration of your current call is displayed. Predial call 1 Dial the phone number • 7RHUDVHDGLJLWSUHVV[Clear]. • To enter a pause, press and hold . 2 3UHVV or to dial out the call. Note • The talk time of your current call is displayed on the call timer. • ,I\RXKHDUZDUQLQJWRQHVWKHSKRQHLVDOPRVWRXWRI EDWWHU\RURXWRIUDQJH&KDUJHWKHEDWWHU\RUPRYH the phone close to the base station. Answer a call :KHQWKHSKRQHULQJV\RXFDQVHOHFWIURPWKH IROORZLQJRSWLRQV • press or to answer the call. • pick up the phone to answer the call when you activate the auto answer feature VHH $XWRDQVZHU RQSDJH25). • select [Silent]WRWXUQRIIWKHULQJHURIWKH FXUUHQWLQFRPLQJFDOO Warning • :KHQWKHKDQGVHWULQJVRUZKHQWKHKDQGVIUHHLV activated, keep the handset away from your ear to DYRLGHDUGDPDJH Note • 7KHFDOOHU,'VHUYLFHLVDYDLODEOHLI\RXKDYHUHJLVWHUHG to the caller ID service with your service provider. Tip • :KHQWKHUHLVDPLVVHGFDOODQRWLÀFDWLRQPHVVDJHLV displayed. End a call <RXFDQHQGDFDOOLQWKHVHZD\V • 3UHVV ; • 3ODFHWKHKDQGVHWWRWKHEDVHVWDWLRQ RUFKDUJLQJFUDGOH
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13 EN Note • 3ODFLQJWKHKDQGVHWWRWKHEDVHVWDWLRQRUFKDUJLQJ cradle does not end the call when the DXWRKDQJXS feature is turned off VHH $FWLYDWH'HDFWLYDWHDXWR KDQJXS RQSDJH25). Adjust the earpiece/speaker volume 3UHVV / WRDGMXVWWKHYROXPHGXULQJDFDOO » The earpiece/speaker volume is adjusted and the phone is back to the call screen. Mute the microphone 1 3UHVV GXULQJDFDOO » [Mute on] is displayed on the handset. » The caller cannot hear you, but you can still hear his voice. 2 3UHVV DJDLQWRXQPXWHWKHPLFURSKRQH » You can now communicate with the caller. Turn the speaker on or off 3UHVV . Make a second call Note • This service is network dependent. 1 3UHVV GXULQJDFDOO » 7KHÀUVWFDOOLVSXWRQKROG 2 Dial the second number. » The number displayed on the screen is dialed out. Answer a second call Note • This service is network dependent. When there is a periodical beep to notify you RIDQLQFRPLQJFDOO\RXFDQDQVZHUWKHFDOOLQ WKHVHZD\V 1 3UHVV and to answer the call. » 7KHÀUVWFDOOLVSXWRQKROGDQG\RX are now connected to the second call. 2 3UHVV and to end the current call and DQVZHUWKHÀUVWFDOO Switch between two calls Note • This service is network dependent. <RXFDQVZLWFK\RXUFDOOVLQWKHVHZD\V • 3UHVV and ; or • 3UHVV[Option] and select [Switch calls], then press [OK]DJDLQWRFRQÀUP » The current call is put on hold, and you are now connected to the other call. Make a conference call with the external callers Note • This service is network dependent. Check with the VHUYLFHSURYLGHUIRUDGGLWLRQDOFKDUJHV When you are connected to two calls, you can PDNHDFRQIHUHQFHFDOOLQWKHVHZD\V • 3UHVV , then ; or
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14 EN • 3UHVV[Option], select [Conference] and then press [OK]DJDLQWRFRQÀUP » The two calls are combined and a conference call is established.
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15 EN 5 Intercom and conference calls Note • This feature is available for multi- handset versions only. An intercom call is a call to another handset that shares the same base station.A conference call involves a conversation between you, another handset user and the outside callers. Make a call to another handset Note • ,IWKHEDVHVWDWLRQRQO\KDVUHJLVWHUHGKDQGVHWVSUHVV and hold to make a call to another handset. 1 3UHVVDQGKROG . » For multi-handset versions, the handsets available for intercom are GLVSOD\HGWKHQJRWRVWHS » For two-handset versions, the other KDQGVHWULQJVWKHQJRWRVWHS 2 Select a handset, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHOHFWHGKDQGVHWULQJV 3 3UHVV on the selected handset. » The intercom is established. 4 3UHVV to end the intercom call. While you are on the phone <RXFDQJRIURPRQHKDQGVHWWRDQRWKHUGXULQJ DFDOO 1 3UHVVDQGKROG . » The current caller is put on hold. » For multi-handset versions, the handsets available for intercom are GLVSOD\HGWKHQJRWRVWHS 2 Select a handset, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » Wait for the other side to answer your call. Switch between calls 3UHVVDQGKROG to switch between the outside call and the intercom call. Make a conference call A 3-way conference call is between you, another handset user and the outside callers. It requires two handsets to share the same base station. During an external call 1 3UHVVDQGKROG to initiate an internal call. » The external caller is put on hold. » For multi-handset versions, the handsets available for intercom are GLVSOD\HGWKHQJRWRVWHS » For two-handset versions, the other KDQGVHWULQJVWKHQJRWRVWHS 2 Select a handset, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHOHFWHGKDQGVHWULQJV 3 3UHVV on the selected handset. » The intercom is established. 4 3UHVV[Conf]. » You are now in a 3-way conference call with an external call and a selected handset. 5 3UHVV to end the conference call and WUDQVIHUWKHH[LVWLQJFDOOWRWKHVHOHFWHG handset.
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16 EN Note • 3UHVV WRMRLQDQRQJRLQJFRQIHUHQFHZLWKDQRWKHU handset if [Services] > [Conference] is set to [Auto]. During the conference call 1 3UHVV[Int.] to put the external call on hold DQGJREDFNWRWKHLQWHUQDOFDOO » The external call is put on hold. 2 3UHVV[Conf] to establish the conference FDOODJDLQ Note • ,IDKDQGVHWKDQJVXSGXULQJWKHFRQIHUHQFHFDOOWKH other handset remains connected to the external call.
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17 EN 6 Text and numbers You can enter text and numbers for handset name, phonebook records, and other menu items. Enter text and numbers 1 3UHVVRQFHRUVHYHUDOWLPHVRQWKH alphanumeric key to enter the selected character. 2 3UHVV[Clear]WRGHOHWHDFKDUDFWHU3UHVV and hold [Clear] to delete all characters. 3UHVV and to move the cursor left and ULJKW 3 3UHVV to add a space. Note • )RULQIRUPDWLRQRQNH\PDSSLQJRIFKDUDFWHUVDQG numbers, see the chapter 'Appendix'. Switch between uppercase and lowercase %\GHIDXOWWKHÀUVWOHWWHURIHDFKZRUGLQD sentence is uppercase and the rest is lowercase. 3UHVVDQGKROG to switch between the uppercase and lowercase letters.
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18 EN 7 Phonebook This phone has a phonebook that stores up to 50 records.You can access the phonebook from the base station. Each record can have a name XSWRFKDUDFWHUVORQJ,WFDQVWRUHXSWR QXPEHUVZLWKHDFKQXPEHUXSWRGLJLWVORQJ <RXKDYHXSWRGLUHFWDFFHVVPHPRULHV .H\V DQG 'HSHQGLQJRQ\RXUFRXQWU\NH\V and 2 are preset to the voice mail number and information service number of your service provider respectively.When you press and hold on the key in standby mode, the saved phone number is dialed automatically. Note • The availability of direct access memory is country dependent. View the phonebook Note • You can view the phonebook on one handset only each time. 1 3UHVV or select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [View] > [OK] to access the phonebook list. 2 Select a contact and view the available information. Search a record You can search the phonebook records in these ZD\V • Scroll the contacts list. • (QWHUWKHÀUVWFKDUDFWHURIWKHFRQWDFW Scroll the contact list 1 3UHVV or select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [View] > [OK] to access the phonebook list. 2 3UHVV and WRVFUROOWKURXJKWKH phonebook list. (QWHUWKHÀUVWFKDUDFWHURIDFRQWDFW 1 3UHVV or select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [View] > [OK] to access the phonebook list. 2 3UHVVWKHDOSKDQXPHULFDONH\WKDWPDWFKHV the character. » 7KHÀUVWUHFRUGWKDWVWDUWVZLWKWKLV character is displayed. Call from the phonebook 1 3UHVV or select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [View] > [OK] to access the phonebook list. 2 Select a contact in the phonebook list. 3 3UHVV[View]. 4 6HOHFWDW\SHRIQXPEHU PRELOHKRPH RIÀFH SUHVV to make the call. Access the phonebook during a call 1 3UHVV[Option] and select [Phonebook]. 2 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Select a contact, then press [OK] to view the number.
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 EN Add a record Note • ,I\RXUSKRQHERRNPHPRU\LVIXOODQRWLÀFDWLRQ PHVVDJHLVGLVSOD\HGRQWKHKDQGVHW'HOHWHVRPH records to add new ones. • :KHQ\RXFKDQJHWKHQXPEHURIDUHFRUGWKHQHZ number will overwrite the old number. 1 Select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [Add new], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Enter the name, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 3 Enter the mobile number, home number DQGRIÀFHQXPEHU FKRRVHHLWKHUWZRRI them), then press [Save]WRFRQÀUP » Your new record is saved. Tip • 3UHVVDQGKROG to insert a pause. • 3UHVVRQFHRUVHYHUDOWLPHVRQWKHDOSKDQXPHULFNH\WR enter the selected character. • 3UHVV[Clear]WRGHOHWHWKHFKDUDFWHU3UHVV / to PRYHWKHFXUVRUOHIWDQGULJKW Note • You can save 2 numbers at maximum per each phonebook entry. Edit a record 1 Select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [Edit], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select a contact, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 3 Edit the name, then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 6HOHFWWKHPRELOHKRPHRIÀFHQXPEHU then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 5 Edit the number, then press [Save] to FRQÀUP Delete a record 1 Select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [Delete], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select a contact, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 3 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » The record is deleted. Delete all records 1 Select [Menu] > [Phonebook] > [Delete all], press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 2 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » $OOUHFRUGV H[FHSWWKHGLUHFWDFFHVV memory records) are deleted.
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20 EN 8 Call log 7KHFDOOORJVWRUHVWKHFDOOKLVWRU\RIDOOPLVVHG UHFHLYHGRUEORFNHGFDOOV7KHLQFRPLQJFDOO history includes the name and number of the caller, call time and date.This feature is available LI\RXKDYHUHJLVWHUHGWRWKHFDOOHU,'VHUYLFH with your service provider. Your phone can store up to 50 call records.The FDOOORJLFRQRQWKHKDQGVHWÁDVKHVWRUHPLQG you of any unanswered calls. If the caller allows the display of his identity, you can view his name or number.The call records are displayed LQFKURQRORJLFDORUGHUZLWKWKHPRVWUHFHQW received call at the top of the list. Note • Make sure that the number in the call list is valid before you can call back directly from the call list. The icons shown on the screen tell you whether they are missed/received/blocked calls. Icons Description ,WUHPDLQVVWHDGLO\RQZKHQEURZVLQJ DQVZHUHGLQFRPLQJFDOOVLQWKHFDOOORJ ,WÁDVKHVZKHQWKHUHLVDQHZPLVVHG FDOORUZKHQEURZVLQJXQUHDGPLVVHG FDOOVLQFDOOORJ It remains steadily on when only old FDOOORJH[LVWVRUZKHQEURZVLQJWKH UHDGPLVVHGFDOOVLQFDOOORJ ,WUHPDLQVVWHDGLO\RQZKHQEURZVLQJ EORFNHGFDOOVLQFDOOORJ Call list type <RXFDQVHWZKHWKHU\RXFDQYLHZDOOLQFRPLQJ calls or missed calls from this menu. Note • This is a country dependent feature. Select the call list type 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Call list type], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select an option, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP View the call records 1 3UHVV . » 7KHLQFRPLQJFDOOORJLVGLVSOD\HG 2 Select a record, then press [Option]. 3 Select [View] > [OK] for more available information. Save a call record to the phonebook 1 3UHVV . » 7KHLQFRPLQJFDOOORJLVGLVSOD\HG 2 Select a record, then press [Option]. 3 Select [Save number], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 4 Enter and edit the name, then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 5 6HOHFWDW\SHRIQXPEHU PRELOHKRPH RIÀFH WKHQSUHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP 6 Edit the number, then press [Save] to FRQÀUP » The record is saved. Return a call 1 3UHVV .
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21 EN 2 Select a record on the list. 3 3UHVV to make the call. Delete a call record 1 3UHVV . » 7KHLQFRPLQJFDOOORJLVGLVSOD\HG 2 Select a record, then press [Option]. 3 Select [Delete], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 4 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » The record is deleted. Delete all call records 1 3UHVV . » 7KHLQFRPLQJFDOOORJLVGLVSOD\HG 2 3UHVV[Option] to enter the options menu. 3 Select [Delete all], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 4 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » All records are deleted.
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22 EN 9 Redial list The redial list stores the call history of dialed calls. It includes the names and/or numbers you have called.This phone can store up to 20 redial records. View the redial records Select [Redial]. Save a redial record to the phonebook 1 3UHVV[Redial] to enter the list of dialed calls. 2 Select a record, then press [Option] to FRQÀUP 3 Select [Save number], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 4 Enter and edit the name, then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 5 6HOHFWDW\SHRIQXPEHU PRELOHKRPH RIÀFH WKHQSUHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP 6 Edit the number, then press [Save] to FRQÀUP » The record is saved. Access the redial list during a call 1 3UHVV[Option] and select [Redial]. 2 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP Delete a redial record 1 3UHVV[Redial] to enter the list of dialed calls. 2 Select a record, then press [Option] to FRQÀUP 3 Select [Delete], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 4 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » The record is deleted. Delete all redial records 1 3UHVV[Redial] to enter the list of dialed calls. 2 Select [Option] > [Delete all], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 3 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » All records are deleted.
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23 EN 10 Phone settings <RXFDQFXVWRPL]HWKHVHWWLQJVWRPDNHLW\RXU own phone. Sound settings Set the handset's ringtone volume <RXFDQVHOHFWDPRQJULQJWRQHYROXPHOHYHOV or [Off]. 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Ring volume], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select a volume level, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Set the handset's ringtone <RXFDQVHOHFWIURPULQJWRQHV 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Ring tones], then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 2 6HOHFWDULQJWRQHWKHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Silent mode You can set your phone to silent mode and HQDEOHWKHVLOHQWPRGHIRUDVSHFLÀHGGXUDWLRQ When the silent mode is turned on, your phone GRHVQRWULQJDQGGRHVQRWVRXQGWKHNH\WRQH DQGGRFNLQJWRQH Note • When you press WRÀQG\RXUKDQGVHWRUZKHQ\RX activate the alarm, your phone still sends alert even when the silent mode is activated. 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Silent mode], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On/off] > [On]/[Off], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG 3 Select [Start & end], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 4 Set the time, then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG » is displayed. Set the key tone .H\WRQHLVWKHVRXQGPDGHZKHQ\RXSUHVVD key on the handset. 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Key tone], then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Set the docking tone 'RFNLQJWRQHLVWKHVRXQGPDGHZKHQ\RX place the handset on the base station or FKDUJHU 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Docking tone], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Set the battery tone Battery tone is the sound made when the EDWWHU\LVORZDQGQHHGVUHFKDUJLQJ 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Sounds] > [Battery tone], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP
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25 EN 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Phone name], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Enter or edit the name.To erase a character, press [Clear]. 3 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Set the date and time For information, see 'Set the date and time VHH 6HWWKHGDWHDQGWLPH RQSDJH8)'. Set the display language Note • This feature only applies to models with multiple- ODQJXDJHVXSSRUW • /DQJXDJHVDYDLODEOHYDU\IURPFRXQWU\WRFRXQWU\ 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Language], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 6HOHFWDODQJXDJHWKHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Auto answer When you activate the auto answer feature, you FDQFRQQHFWWRWKHLQFRPLQJFDOODXWRPDWLFDOO\ once you pick up the handset.When you deactivate this feature, you have to press or WRDQVZHUWKHLQFRPLQJFDOO 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Auto answer], then select [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On]/[Off], and select [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Activate/Deactivate auto hang up <RXFDQDFWLYDWHWKHDXWRKDQJXSIXQFWLRQVR WKDW\RXFDQHQGDFDOOE\VLPSO\SODFLQJWKH KDQGVHWRQWKHEDVHVWDWLRQRUFKDUJHFUDGOH 1 Select [Menu] > [Phone setup] > [Auto hang-up], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • :KHQDXWRKDQJXSLVGHDFWLYDWHG\RXFDQSXWWKH KDQGVHWWRWKHEDVHVWDWLRQRUFKDUJLQJFUDGOHDQG FRQWLQXHZLWK\RXUFDOOWKURXJKWKHVSHDNHU
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26 EN 11 Alarm clock Your phone has a built-in alarm clock. Check the information below to set your alarm clock. Set the alarm 1 Select [Menu] > [Alarm], then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On once] or [On daily], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Enter an alarm time, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » The alarm is set and is displayed on the screen. Tip • 3UHVV / to switch between [am]/[pm] &RXQWU\ dependent). Turn off the alarm When the alarm rings 3UHVVDQ\NH\WRWXUQRIIWKHDODUP Before the alarm rings Select [Menu] > [Alarm] > [Off], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG
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28 EN Set the answer mode <RXFDQVHWWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHDQGVHOHFWLI WKHFDOOHUVFDQOHDYHPHVVDJHV6HOHFW[Record also]LI\RXDOORZWKHFDOOHUVWROHDYHPHVVDJHV Select [Answer only] if you forbid the callers to OHDYHPHVVDJHV 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Voice answer], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 2 Select an answer mode, then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • ,IWKHPHPRU\LVIXOOWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHVZLWFKHVWR [Answer only] mode automatically. Announcements 7KHDQQRXQFHPHQWLVWKHPHVVDJH\RXUFDOOHU KHDUVZKHQWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHSLFNVXSWKH FDOO7KHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHKDVSUHUHFRUGHG DQQRXQFHPHQWV[Record also] and [Answer only]. Record an announcement 7KHPD[LPXPOHQJWKRIWKHDQQRXQFHPHQW\RX can record is 3 minutes.The newly recorded announcement automatically replaces the old one. 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Announcement], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 2 Select [Answer only] or [Record also], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Select [Record], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 4 6WDUWUHFRUGLQJFORVHWRWKHPLFURSKRQH after the beep. 5 3UHVV[OK]WRVWRSUHFRUGLQJRUWKH UHFRUGLQJVWRSVDIWHUPLQXWHV » You can listen to the newly recorded announcement on the handset. Note • Make sure that you speak close to the microphone when you record an announcement. Listen to the announcement 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Announcement], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 2 Select [Answer only] or [Record also], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Select [Play], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » You can listen to the current announcement. Note • <RXFDQQRORQJHUOLVWHQWRWKHDQQRXQFHPHQWZKHQ \RXSLFNXSDQLQFRPLQJFDOO Restore the default announcement 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Announcement], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 2 Select [Record also]or [Answer only], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Select [Use default], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » The default announcement is restored. Incoming messages (DFKPHVVDJHFDQEHXSWRPLQXWHVORQJ :KHQ\RXUHFHLYHQHZPHVVDJHVWKHQHZ
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 EN PHVVDJHLQGLFDWRUÁDVKHVRQWKHDQVZHULQJ machine and the handset. Note • If you pick up the phone when the caller leaves a PHVVDJHWKHUHFRUGLQJVWRSVDQG\RXFDQWDONWRWKH caller directly. • ,IWKHPHPRU\LVIXOOWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHVZLWFKHV to [Answer only]DXWRPDWLFDOO\'HOHWHROGPHVVDJHVWR receive new ones. Listen to the incoming messages <RXFDQOLVWHQWRWKHLQFRPLQJPHVVDJHVLQWKH sequence they are recorded. )URPWKHEDVH • 7RVWDUWVWRSOLVWHQLQJSUHVV . • To adjust the volume, press / . • 7RSOD\WKHSUHYLRXVPHVVDJHUHSOD\WKH FXUUHQWPHVVDJHSUHVV . • 7RSOD\WKHQH[WPHVVDJHSUHVV . • 7RGHOHWHWKHFXUUHQWPHVVDJHSUHVV . Note • 1RGHOHWHGPHVVDJHVFDQEHUHFRYHUHG )URPWKHKDQGVHW • <RXFDQOLVWHQWRWKHLQFRPLQJPHVVDJHVLQ the sequence they are recorded. • ,IWKHUHDUHQHZPHVVDJHVSUHVV to OLVWHQ,IWKHUHLVQRQHZPHVVDJHSUHVV , then [OK]WROLVWHQWRROGPHVVDJHV • Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Play], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 1HZPHVVDJHVVWDUWSOD\LQJ2OG PHVVDJHVVWDUWSOD\LQJLIWKHUHLVQR QHZPHVVDJH • 3UHVV[Back]WRVWRSOLVWHQLQJ • 3UHVV[OK] to enter the options menu. • 3UHVV / to increase/decrease the volume. Delete an incoming message )URPWKHEDVH 3UHVV ZKHQ\RXOLVWHQWRWKHPHVVDJH » 7KHFXUUHQWPHVVDJHLVGHOHWHG )URPWKHKDQGVHW 1 :KHQ\RXOLVWHQWRWKHPHVVDJHSUHVV [Option] to enter the options menu. 2 Select [Delete], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHFXUUHQWPHVVDJHLVGHOHWHG Delete all old incoming messages 3UHVVDQGKROG on the base station in standby mode. » $OOROGPHVVDJHVDUHSHUPDQHQWO\ deleted. )URPWKHKDQGVHW 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Delete all], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 2 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » $OOROGPHVVDJHVDUHSHUPDQHQWO\ deleted. Note • <RXFDQRQO\GHOHWHWKHUHDGPHVVDJHV1RGHOHWHG PHVVDJHVFDQEHUHFRYHUHG Call screening <RXFDQKHDUWKHFDOOHUZKLOHKHLVOHDYLQJD PHVVDJH3UHVV to answer the call. )URPWKHEDVH 3UHVV / to adjust the speaker volume GXULQJFDOOVFUHHQLQJ Note • If you turn the speaker to the lowest volume level, the FDOOVFUHHQLQJIXQFWLRQLVRII
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30 EN Set the ring delay You can set the number of times the phone ULQJVEHIRUHWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHSLFNVXS the call. 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Ring delay], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 6HOHFWDQHZVHWWLQJWKHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • 0DNHVXUHWKDWWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHLVVZLWFKHGRQ before this feature can be applied. Tip • :KHQ\RXDFFHVVWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHUHPRWHO\ \RXDUHUHFRPPHQGHGWRVHWWKHULQJGHOD\WR[Toll saver]PRGH7KLVLVDFRVWHIIHFWLYHZD\WRPDQDJH \RXUPHVVDJHV:KHQWKHUHDUHQHZPHVVDJHVWKH DQVZHULQJPDFKLQHSLFNVXSWKHFDOODIWHUULQJV:KHQ WKHUHLVQRPHVVDJHVLWSLFNVXSWKHFDOODIWHUULQJV Remote access <RXFDQRSHUDWH\RXUDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHZKHQ you are away from home. Simply make a call to your phone with a touch tone phone and enter \RXUGLJLW3,1FRGH Note • 7KHUHPRWHDFFHVV3,1FRGHLVWKHVDPHDV\RXU V\VWHP3,17KHSUHVHW3,1LV Activate/deactivate the remote access You can allow or block remote access to the DQVZHULQJPDFKLQH 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Remote access], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 2 Select [Activate]/[Deactivate], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Change the PIN code 1 Select [Menu] > [Answ. Machine] > [Remote access] > [Change PIN], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 (QWHUWKHROG3,1WKHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1FRGHWKHQSUHVV[OK] WRFRQÀUP 4 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1FRGHDJDLQWKHQSUHVV [Save]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Access the answering machine remotely 1 Make a call to your home number with a touch tone phone. 2 Enter # when you hear the announcement. 3 (QWHU\RXU3,1FRGH » You now have access to your DQVZHULQJPDFKLQHDQG\RXFDQQRZ OLVWHQWRWKHQHZPHVVDJHV Note • <RXKDYHFKDQFHVWRHQWHUWKHFRUUHFW3,1FRGH EHIRUH\RXUSKRQHKDQJVXS 4 3UHVVDNH\WRFDUU\RXWDIXQFWLRQ6HHWKH Remote access commands table below for a list of available functions. Note • :KHQWKHUHLVQRPHVVDJHWKHSKRQHKDQJVXS automatically if no key is pressed for 8 seconds.
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31 EN Remote access commands .H\ Function 1 /LVWHQWRWKHSUHYLRXVPHVVDJH 2 /LVWHQWRPHVVDJHV 3 6NLSWRWKHQH[WPHVVDJH 6 'HOHWHWKHFXUUHQWPHVVDJH 7 6ZLWFKWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHRQ QRWDYDLODEOHZKHQ\RXOLVWHQWRWKH PHVVDJHV  8 6WRSOLVWHQLQJWRWKHPHVVDJH  6ZLWFKWKHDQVZHULQJPDFKLQHRII QRWDYDLODEOHZKHQ\RXOLVWHQWRWKH PHVVDJHV  Behavior of the LED indicator on the base station The table below shows you the current status with different LED indicator behavior on the base station. LED indicator 0HVVDJHVWDWXV Steady on • 7KHUHLVQRQHZPHVVDJHDQG the memory is not full. • The handset is switched on. • (QWHUWKHSDJLQJPRGH )ODVKLQJ • 7KHUHLVDQHZPHVVDJHDQGWKH memory is not full. • 7KHUHLVDQLQFRPLQJFDOO • 5HFRUGLQJDQLQFRPLQJPHV- VDJHDQQRXQFHPHQW • 0HVVDJHSOD\EDFN • Remote access/listen to mes- VDJHVIURPWKHKDQGVHW )ODVKLQJ )DVW • 7KHUHLVQRQHZPHVVDJHDQG the memory is full. • (QWHUWKHUHJLVWUDWLRQPRGH
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32 EN 13 Services The phone supports a number of features that KHOS\RXKDQGOHDQGPDQDJHWKHFDOOV Call list type <RXFDQVHWZKHWKHU\RXFDQYLHZDOOLQFRPLQJ calls or missed calls from this menu. Note • This is a country dependent feature. Select the call list type 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Call list type], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select an option, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP Auto conference To join an external call with another handset, press . Note • This feature is available only for multi-handset versions. Activate/Deactivate auto conference 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Conference], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [Auto]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Call barring <RXFDQEORFNRXWJRLQJFDOOVWRQXPEHUVVXFK as overseas calls or undesirable hotlines by EDUULQJFDOOVWKDWVWDUWZLWKFHUWDLQGLJLWV<RX FDQFUHDWHVHWVRIQXPEHUVZLWKGLJLWVDW maximum for each set of numbers.When you make a call that starts with one of these 4 sets RIQXPEHUVWKHRXWJRLQJFDOOLVWKHQEDUUHG Select the barring mode 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Call barring] > [Barring mode], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 (QWHUWKHFDOOEDUULQJ3,1SDVVFRGH7KH GHIDXOW3,1SDVVFRGHLV7KHQSUHVV [OK]WRFRQÀUP 3 Select [On]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Add new numbers to the barred list 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Call barring] > [Barring number], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 (QWHUWKHFDOOEDUULQJ3,1SDVVFRGH7KH GHIDXOW3,1LV7KHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP 3 Select a number from the list, then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 Edit the number, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Change the barring PIN/passcode 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Call barring] > [Change PIN], then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP
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33 EN 2 (QWHUWKHROGEDUULQJ3,1SDVVFRGH7KH GHIDXOW3,1LV7KHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1SDVVFRGHWKHQSUHVV [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1SDVVFRGHDJDLQWKHQ press [Save]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Blacklist You can put numbers into the blacklist to block LQFRPLQJFDOOVWRFHUWDLQXQGHVLUDEOHQXPEHUV <RXFDQFUHDWHVHWVRIQXPEHUVZLWKGLJLWV at maximum for each set of numbers.When WKHUHLVDQLQFRPLQJFDOOWKDWVWDUWVZLWKRQH RIWKHVHVHWVRIQXPEHUVWKHULQJHUZLOOEH muted. Note • Make sure you have subscribed to the caller ID service before you use this feature. • The contact's name in phonebook will not be displayed if this contact's number matches the record saved in the blacklist. Activate/deactivate the blacklist 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Blacklist], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [Blacklist mode], then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKH3,1SDVVFRGH7KHGHIDXOW3,1LV 0000.Then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 Select [On]/[Off], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Add blacklist numbers 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Blacklist], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [Blacklist], then press [OK] to FRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKH3,1SDVVFRGH7KHGHIDXOW3,1LV 0000.Then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 Enter the number, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Change the blacklist PIN/passcode 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Blacklist]> [Change PIN], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 (QWHUWKHROGEDUULQJ3,1SDVVFRGH7KH GHIDXOW3,1LV7KHQSUHVV[OK] to FRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1SDVVFRGHWKHQSUHVV [OK]WRFRQÀUP 4 (QWHUWKHQHZ3,1SDVVFRGHDJDLQWKHQ press [Save]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Network type Note • This is a country dependent feature. It only applies to models with network type support. 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Network type], then press [OK]. 2 Select a network type, then press [OK]. » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG $XWRSUHÀ[ 7KLVIHDWXUHFKHFNVDQGIRUPDWV\RXURXWJRLQJ FDOOQXPEHUEHIRUHLWLVGLDOHGRXW7KHSUHÀ[ number can replace the detect number you set in the menu. For example, you set 604 as WKHGHWHFWQXPEHUDQGDVWKHSUHÀ[ When you have dialed out a number such as
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34 EN \RXUSKRQHFKDQJHVWKHQXPEHU to 12503338888 when it dials out. Note • 7KHPD[LPXPOHQJWKRIDGHWHFWQXPEHULVGLJLWV 7KHPD[LPXPOHQJWKRIDQDXWRSUHÀ[QXPEHULV GLJLWV • This is a country dependent feature. 6HWDXWRSUHÀ[ 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Auto SUHÀ[@, then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Enter the detect number, then press [OK] WRFRQÀUP 3 (QWHUWKHSUHÀ[QXPEHUWKHQSUHVV[OK] WRFRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • To enter a pause, press and hold . • ,IWKHSUHÀ[QXPEHULVVHWDQGWKHGHWHFWQXPEHULVOHIW HPSW\WKHSUHÀ[QXPEHULVDGGHGWRDOORXWJRLQJFDOOV • The feature is unavailable if the dialed number starts with * and #. Select the recall duration Make sure that the recall time is set correctly before you can answer a second call. In normal case, the phone is already preset for the recall GXUDWLRQ<RXFDQVHOHFWDPRQJRSWLRQV [Short], [Medium] and [Long].The number of available options varies with different countries. For details, consult your service provider. 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Recall time], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select an option, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Dial mode Note • This feature only applies to models that support both tone and pulse dial. 'LDOPRGHLVWKHWHOHSKRQHVLJQDOXVHGLQ\RXU FRXQWU\7KHSKRQHVXSSRUWVWRQH '70) DQG SXOVH URWDU\ GLDO&RQVXOWWKHVHUYLFHSURYLGHU for detailed information. Set the dial mode 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Dial mode], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select a dial mode, then press [OK] to FRQÀUP » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG Note • If your phone is in pulse dial mode, press GXULQJD FDOOIRUWHPSRUDU\WRQHPRGH'LJLWVHQWHUHGIRUWKLV FDOODUHWKHQVHQWRXWDVWRQHVLJQDOV Auto clock Note • This service is country and network dependent. • Make sure you have subscribed to the caller ID service before you use this feature. ,WV\QFKURQL]HVWKHGDWHDQGWLPHRQ\RXU phone with the public switched telephone QHWZRUN 3671 DXWRPDWLFDOO\)RUWKHGDWHWR EHV\QFKURQL]HGPDNHVXUHWKHFXUUHQW\HDULV set. 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Auto clock], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 Select [On]/[Off]3UHVV[OK]. » 7KHVHWWLQJLVVDYHG
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35 EN Register additional handsets <RXFDQUHJLVWHUDGGLWLRQDOKDQGVHWVWRWKHEDVH VWDWLRQ7KHEDVHVWDWLRQFDQUHJLVWHUXSWR handsets. Auto registration Extra handsets of the same model can be auto- UHJLVWHUHG3ODFHWKHXQUHJLVWHUHGKDQGVHWRQ the base station. » The handset detects the base station DQGUHJLVWHUVDXWRPDWLFDOO\ » 5HJLVWUDWLRQLVFRPSOHWHLQOHVV than two minutes.The base station DXWRPDWLFDOO\DVVLJQVDKDQGVHWQXPEHU to the handset. Manual registration ,IDXWRUHJLVWUDWLRQIDLOVUHJLVWHU\RXUKDQGVHW manually to the base station. 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Register], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 3UHVVDQGKROG on the base station for 5 seconds. 3 (QWHUWKHV\VWHP3,13UHVV[Clear] to make corrections.Then press [OK] to FRQÀUPWKH3,1 » 5HJLVWUDWLRQLVFRPSOHWHLQOHVVWKDQ PLQXWHV7KHEDVHDXWRPDWLFDOO\DVVLJQV a handset number to the handset. Note • ,IWKH3,1LVLQFRUUHFWRUQREDVHLVIRXQGZLWKLQD FHUWDLQSHULRG\RXUKDQGVHWGLVSOD\VDQRWLÀFDWLRQ PHVVDJH5HSHDWWKHDERYHSURFHGXUHLIUHJLVWUDWLRQ fails. • 7KHSUHVHW3,1LV1RFKDQJHFDQEHPDGHRQLW Unregister the handsets 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Unregister], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP 2 (QWHUWKHV\VWHP3,1 7KHSUHVHW3,1 LV 3UHVV[Clear] to remove the number. 3 Select the handset number to be XQUHJLVWHUHG 4 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » 7KHKDQGVHWLVXQUHJLVWHUHG Tip • The handset name is displayed beside the handset number in standby mode. Restore default settings <RXFDQUHVHW\RXUSKRQHVHWWLQJVWRWKH RULJLQDOIDFWRU\VHWWLQJV 1 Select [Menu] > [Services] > [Reset], then press [OK]WRFRQÀUP » $FRQÀUPDWLRQUHTXHVWLVGLVSOD\HGRQ the handset. 2 3UHVV[OK]WRFRQÀUP » $OOVHWWLQJV H[FHSWWKHSKRQHERRN and direct access keys information) are reset.
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36 EN 14 Technical data • Talk time: 16 hours • Standby time: 250 hours • Range indoor: 50 meters • Range outdoor: 300 meters • Phonebook list with 50 entries • Redial list with 20 entries • Call log with 50 entries • Answering machine with up to 30 minutes recording time • DTMF Battery • Philips: 2 x AAA Ni-MH 1.2V 550 mAh rechargeable batteries Power adapter Base and charger • MEIC: MN-A102-U130, input: 100-240V~, 50/60 Hz 200 mA, output: 6Vdc 400 mA • Philips: S003IB0600040, input: 100-240V~, 50/60 Hz 150 mA, output: 6Vdc 400 mA Power consumption • Power consumption in idle mode: around 0.70 W (D470), 0.75 W (D475) Weight and dimensions (D470) • Handset: 100.2 grams 163.6 x 48.87 x 23.90 mm (H x W x D) • Base: 59.4 grams 81.8 x 79.0 x 24.0 mm (H x W x D) • Charger: 46.0 grams 81.8 x 79.0 x 24.0 mm (H x W x D) Weight and dimensions (D475) • Handset: 100.2 grams • 163.6 x 48.87 x 23.90 mm (H x W x D) • Base: 84.2 grams • 81.8 x 93.0 x 24.0 mm (H x W x D) • Charger: 46.0 grams • 81.8 x 79.0 x 24.0 mm (H x W x D)
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37 EN 15 Notice Declaration of conformity Hereby, TP Vision Europe B.V. declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions Declaration of Conformity on www.p4c.philips. com. Use GAP standard compliance The GAP standard guarantees that all DECT™ GAP handsets and base stations comply with a minimum operating standard irrespective of their make.The handset and base station are GAP compliant, which means they guarantee the minimum functions: register a handset, take the line, make a call and receive a call.The advanced features may not be available if you use them with other makes.To register and use this handset with a GAP compliant base station described in the manufacturer's instructions, then follow the procedure described in this manual for registering a handset.To register a handset from different make to the base station, put the base station in registration mode, then follow the procedure described in the handset manufacturer's instructions. Compliance with EMF This product complies with all applicable standards and regulations regarding exposure to Disposal of your old product and battery Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused. This symbol on a product means that the product is covered by European Directive 2012/19/EU. This symbol means that the product contains batteries covered by European Directive 2013/56/EU which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste. Inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products and batteries. Follow local rules and never dispose of the product and batteries with normal household waste. Correct disposal of old products and batteries helps prevent negative consequences for the environment and human health. Removing the disposable batteries To remove the disposable batteries, see section ‘Install the supplied batteries’. When this logo is attached to a product, it the associated national recovery and recycling system. Environmental information All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), 2014/53/EU
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 EN 16 Frequently asked questions No signal bar is displayed on the screen. • 7KHKDQGVHWLVRXWRIUDQJH0RYHLWFORVHU to the base station. • If the handset displays [Register your Handset], put the handset on the base XQWLOWKHVLJQDOEDUDSSHDUV Tip • For further information, see the chapter 'Services', VHFWLRQ 5HJLVWHUDGGLWLRQDOKDQGVHWV  If I fail to pair (register) the additional handsets to the base station, what do I do? <RXUEDVHPHPRU\LVIXOO8QUHJLVWHUWKHXQXVHG KDQGVHWVDQGWU\DJDLQ Tip • For further information, see the chapter 'Services', VHFWLRQ 8QUHJLVWHUWKHKDQGVHWV  My handset is in searching status, what do I do? • Make sure that the base station has power supply. • 5HJLVWHUWKHKDQGVHWWRWKHEDVHVWDWLRQ • Move the handset closer to the base station. I have chosen a wrong language which I cannot read, what do I do? 1 3UHVV WRJREDFNWRWKHVWDQGE\VFUHHQ 2 3UHVV[Menu] to access the main menu screen. 3 2QHRIWKHIROORZLQJWH[WVDSSHDUVRQWKH VFUHHQ Réglages > Langue Phone setup > Language &RQÀJWHO > Idioma Telefon-Setup > Sprache 4 6HOHFWLWWRDFFHVVWKHODQJXDJHRSWLRQV 5 6HOHFW\RXURZQODQJXDJH The handset loses connection with the base or the sound is distorted during a call. Check if the ECO+ mode is activated.Turn it RIIWRLQFUHDVHWKHKDQGVHWUDQJHDQGHQMR\WKH optimal call conditions. No dialing tone. • Check your phone connections. • 7KHKDQGVHWLVRXWRIUDQJH0RYHLWFORVHU to the base station. No docking tone. • The handset is not placed properly on the EDVHVWDWLRQFKDUJHU • 7KHFKDUJLQJFRQWDFWVDUHGLUW\'LVFRQQHFW WKHSRZHUVXSSO\ÀUVWDQGFOHDQWKH contacts with a damp cloth. I cannot change the settings of my voice mail, what do I do? 7KHYRLFHPDLOVHUYLFHLVPDQDJHGE\\RXU service provider but not the phone itself. &RQWDFW\RXUVHUYLFHSURYLGHUWRFKDQJHWKH VHWWLQJV The handset on the charger does not charge. • Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly. • Make sure the handset is placed properly RQWKHFKDUJHU7KHEDWWHU\LFRQDQLPDWHV ZKHQFKDUJLQJ • 0DNHVXUHWKHGRFNLQJWRQHVHWWLQJLV turned on.When the handset is placed FRUUHFWO\RQWKHFKDUJHU\RXFDQKHDUD GRFNLQJWRQH • 7KHFKDUJLQJFRQWDFWVDUHGLUW\'LVFRQQHFW WKHSRZHUVXSSO\ÀUVWDQGFOHDQWKH contacts with a damp cloth. • %DWWHULHVDUHGHIHFWLYH3XUFKDVHQHZRQHV ZLWKWKHVDPHVSHFLÀFDWLRQV No display. • 0DNHVXUHWKHEDWWHULHVDUHFKDUJHG • Make sure there is power and the phone is connected. Bad audio (crackles, echo, etc.).
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40 EN • 7KHKDQGVHWLVQHDUO\RXWRIUDQJH0RYHLW closer to the base station. • The phone receives interference from the nearby electrical appliances. Move the base station away from them. • The phone is at a location with thick walls. Move the base away from them. The handset does not ring. 0DNHVXUHWKHKDQGVHWULQJWRQHLVWXUQHGRQ The caller ID does not display. • The service is not activated. Check with your service provider. • The caller's information is withheld or unavailable. Note • If the above solutions do not help, disconnect the power supply from both the handset and base station. 7U\DJDLQDIWHUPLQXWH
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41 EN 17 Appendix Text and number input tables .H\ 8SSHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU(QJOLVK French/ German/ Italian/Turkish/ 3RUWXJXHVH6SDQLVK'XWFK'DQLVK )LQQLVK1RUZHJLDQ6ZHGLVK5RPDQLDQ 3ROLVK&]HFK+XQJDULDQ6ORYDNLDQ Slovenian/Croatian/Lithuanian/Estonian/ /DWYLDQ%XOJDULDQ 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† 2 $%&­ÇÉ®bcÿûdć 3 '()ËeÈÊđēčƅƖ 4 *+,ęÌÎĩĥīƄ 5 -./ƌ 6 012fÐѯg 7 3456ŔäƑƉƓ 8 789ÖÔhŞŦ  :;<=‘ƙƏƘæ .H\ /RZHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU(QJOLVK French/ German/ Italian/Turkish/ 3RUWXJXHVH6SDQLVK'XWFK'DQLVK )LQQLVK1RUZHJLDQ6ZHGLVK 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† … 2 DEFjk imlnĀüoĈ 3 GHIqprsĒ ĔĎƅƖ 4 JKLĚtuwĪĦ×Ƅ 5 MNOƌ 6 m n o 6 ñ ó ô õ ö ò 7 STUVƢŕåƑƉƓ 8 WXY~şŧƬ  Z[\]¡ƙƏƘç .H\ 8SSHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU*UHHN 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† 2 $%ǐ$%&bcd 3 ƅƆƇ'()e 4 ƈƉƊ*+, 5 Ƌƌƍ-./ 6 ƎƏƐ012fg 7 ƑƒƓ3456 8 ƔƕƖ789h  ƗƘƙ:;<=‘ .H\ /RZHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU*UHHN 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† … 2 ơƢƣDEFj ln 3 ƤƥƦGHIqp 4 ƧƨƩJKLu 5 ƪƫƬMNOƌ 6 ƭƮƯPQRx|z 7 ưƱƳƲSTUV‰ 8 ƴƵƶWXY  ƷƸƹZ[\]¡ .H\ 8SSHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU6HUELDQ 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† 2 $%&ǀāćǍǎǏǐ 3 '()džċǑǒǓǔƅƖ 4 *+,LJǕǖǗǘƄ 5 -./LjǙǚǛǜƌ 6 012ljǝǞǟǠ 7 3456ԒäǡǢǣǤƑƉƓ‰ 8 789ǥǦǧǨ  :;<=æǩǪǫǬƙƏƘ .H\ /RZHUFDVHFKDUDFWHUV IRU6HUELDQ 0 6SDFH £"¢ ?Aa_ 1 #B !   ½ –>@^`ʔ† … 2 DEFǀāćǍ ǎǏǐ 3 GHIdžċǑǒǓǔ 4 JKLLJǕǖǗǘ 5 MNOLjǙǚǛǜ
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43 EN 18 Index A additional handsets 35 alarm 26 announcements 28 answering machine 27 answering machine language 27 auto answer 25 auto clock 34 auto conference 32 auto hang up 25 DXWRSUHÀ[ 34 B base station installation 7 overview 6 battery 8, , 36 blacklist 33 C call barring 32 call list type 20 call log 20 caller ID 20 calling 12 charging  conference call 13, 15, 32 contacts 18 D date setting 8, 34 default settings 35 delete messages  dial mode 34 display icons 10 disposal 37 E ECO mode 24 ECO+ mode 24 F family note 27 ÀQGKDQGVHWVSDJLQJ 6 G GAP 37 I incoming message 28 intercom 15 internal call 15 L language setting DQVZHULQJPDFKLQH 27 handset 25 LED behavior 31 listen to messages  M missed calls 20 mute 13 N name the handset 24 network type 33 O on or off 27 P phone settings 23 phonebook 18, 20 PIN DQVZHULQJPDFKLQH , 30 blacklist 33 FDOOEDUULQJ 32
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44 EN UHJLVWUDWLRQ 35 power adapter 36 R recall time 34 redial 22 register/unregister 35 remote access to the answering machine 30 ring delay 30 ringtone 23 S safety 3 save a number 20 signal strength 10 silent mode 23 sounds GRFNLQJ 23 keytone 23 VRXQGSURÀOH 24 speaker phone 13 standby mode  T text entry 17 time setting 34 troubleshooting/FAQ  two calls/call on hold 13 V volume adjustment 13
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