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[. . . ] août 2004 4:54 16 User Guide LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page I Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 CONTENTS Introduction Your telephone Recommendations and safety instructions Unpacking Your base Your handset Connecting the base Handset set-up Telephone set turning on and off Replacing the batteries Making a call Direct dialling Using the Redial key From the directory Receiving a call During a call Ear volume Handsfree Secret mode Call transfer Ending a call Intercommunication between two handsets Locking / unlocking the keypad Call log Viewing the dialled calls Viewing the received calls Calling the voice box Paging handset 1 2 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 1 Base settings Modifying the language Modifying the date and time Modifying the voice box number 18 16 16 17 18 18 18 19 19 19 Getting started 7 Registration Modifying the default base ring volume Modifying the base ringtone Modifying the flash duration (R key) Modifying the pause duration Modifying the base code Re-initialize the base Registering a second handset to a base Modifying the base preference De-registering a handset Care and Maintenance Problems 21 21 21 22 Menu structure Your directory 10 11 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 Appendix 23 25 26 27 30 30 23 23 Features Environment Warranty Emergency number Base code Call log Viewing the directory Creating an entry Editing an entry Deleting an entry Viewing the dialled calls Viewing the received calls Adding a contact in the directory from the list of received calls Deleting a number from the call log Viewing a missing call Activating or deactivating the beeps Modifying the default handset melody volume Modifying the handset ringtone Setting the ear volume Using the auto answer features Change the name of the handset 13 11 11 12 12 13 13 Handset settings 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 13 14 14 I LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page 1 Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 INTRODUCTION Dear customer: Thank you for purchasing a SAGEM DECT telephone; we appreciate your trust in us. This product was manufactured with the utmost care, should you encounter any difficulties during its use, we recommend that you refer to this user guide. [. . . ] août 2004 4:54 16 HANDSET SETTINGS Enter the date in DD/MM format then the time in HH/ MM format and press OK. To exit the menu, press the red key . Modifying the voice box number First, contact your service provider who will give you all information concerning the operation of your voice mail. To listen to your voice box in the idle state, give the key a long press. A default number for your voice messaging service is set in the factory. To change this number, proceed as follows: On the navigator key , press or until the HS SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. Press The programmed number is displayed on the screen, · The number is correct, press OK. To exit the menu, press the red key . 17 LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page 18 Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 BASE SETTINGS BASE SETTINGS Modifying the default base ring volume On the navigator key , press or until Modifying the flash duration (R key) If you connect your telephone to a private automatic branch exchange or use it in a foreign country, you may need to modify the flash duration in order to use your telephone correctly. Contact your service provider to obtain the correct flash duration and then modify it by doing the following. Five preprogrammed durations are proposed on the list, the correspondence between the number of the list and the duration is the following : number 1 2 3 4 5 corresponding duration 80 ms 100 ms 180 ms 300 ms 600 ms the BASE SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. To exit the menu, press the red key . Modifying the base ringtone This menu enables you to associate a ringtone to incoming calls and internal calls (intercom). On the navigator key , press or until On the navigator key , press or until the BASE SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. To exit the menu, press the red key . An information screen presents the current flash duration. To exit the menu, press the red key . 18 LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page 19 Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 BASE SETTINGS Modifying the pause duration If you connect your telephone to a private automatic branch exchange, you may need to modify the pause duration in order to use your telephone correctly. Four preprogrammed durations are proposed on the list, the correspondence between the number of the list and the duration is the following. number 1 2 3 4 corresponding duration 1 second 1, 5 second 2 seconds 3 seconds Enter the new base code using the keypad. Press OK. Modifying the base code The base code (0000 being the default setting) is required to access certain security functions. On the navigator key , press or until the BASE SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. Press On the navigator key , press or the BASE SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. Press Note carefully the new base code on the back cover, you will need it to modify some parameters. An information screen presents the current pause duration. To enter the pause mode during key until letter dialling, press the P appears. To exit the menu, press the red key . Re-initialize the base When you re-initialize your base, all the base parameters are reset to their initial values (factory settings). On the navigator key , press or until the BASE SET screen is displayed, press OK to confirm. 19 LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page 20 Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 BASE SETTINGS Select REINIT BASE using OK. [. . . ] Without prejudice to the foregoing, If you are a consumer as defined in Section 12 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 nothing in these conditions shall affect your statutory rights. Without prejudice to any other limitation stated in this respect the above Warranty shall not cover and SAGEM shall have no obligation with respect to the following: - 27 LU 251619615_D20T_GB_SAGEM. book Page 28 Jeudi, 26. août 2004 4:54 16 WARRANTY 1) Defects breakdown or malfunctions due to: · failure to properly follow the installation process, the operating manual and/or the instructions for use; or · an external cause to the Equipment (including but not limited to, shock, lightening, fire, vandalism, malevolent action, contacts with various liquids or vermin or water damage of any nature, inappropriate electric voltage); or · modifications to the Equipment made without the written approval of SAGEM; or · a lack of every day maintenance (as described in the documentation supplied with the Equipment) or to a lack of supervision or care; or · bad storage or environmental conditions, particularly those related to temperature and hygrometry, effects of variations of electric voltage, parasites from the electric network or from the earth; or · repair, work (opening or attempt to open the Equipment), alteration, tampering or maintenance of the Equipment by persons not authorised by SAGEM. 2) Damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of Equipment when returned to the Authorised Repair Centre. 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