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CORDLESS TELEPHONE 7210 / 7215 â€¢ Installation â€¢ Operation â€¢ Memory Installation The instructions below are both table and wall installation . 1 . Choose a spot near an electrical outlet and a telephone jack . â€¢ This phone requires a modular telephone jack and a standard electrical outlet ( 110v AC ) . â€¢ The outlet should not be controlled by a wall switch : if the switch is ever turned off , the phone will not operate . 2 . Slide the metal tip of the handset antenna straight down into the opening Install the handset antenna . in the top of the handset . Turn the antenna clockwise to make sure the tip is set in place , and continue until the rubber is snug against the top of the handset . Do not overtighten . 3 . Install the handset battery . â€¢ Remove the battery compartment cover on the handset by pressing on the indentation and sliding the cover downward . â€¢ Plug the battery pack cord into the handset , and rest the cords on top of the battery pack . â€¢ Replace the cover by sliding it on its track up over the battery compartment until it snaps firmly in place . 4 . to Tone if you have touch tone service , or PULSE if you have dial Set the Dial Mode Switch pulse / rotary service . 5 . Set the switch to ON ( the phone will ring ) or OFF ( the phone will not ring ) . Set the Ringer Switch . 6 . Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the top side Connect the telephone line cord . of the base . ( If you are wall mounting the phone , wrap the excess cord around the tabs under the base . ) Plug the other end of the line cord into a modular jack . Make sure the plug snaps firmly in place . 7 . ( Wall Mounting Only ) Hold the base so that the mounting knobs on the Mount the base on the wall . standard wall jack will fit into the holes on the bottom of the base . Slide the base down onto the knobs until it locks into place . 8 . Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into an electrical outlet . Plug in the power cord . 9 . Place the handset in the base . The Charging light on the Charge the handset batteries for 10 hours . base goes on to show the handset is in the right position to charge the batteries . 10 . After the batteries are charged , pick up the handset and extend the base antenna . Check for dial tone . Check for dial tone by pressing PHONE ; the PHONE light should go on and you should hear a dial tone . Operation Making a call 1 . Press PHONE , and wait for the PHONE light to go on . 2 . When you hear a dial tone , dial the number . Answering a Call â€¢ If the handset is in the base , lift the handset . The phone light goes on , and the call is connected . â€¢ If the handset is away from the base , press phone . The PHONE light goes on , and the call is connected .
Ending a Call â€¢ IF you are near the base , place the handset in the base . â€¢ If you are away from the base , press OFF . Redial The last number dialed on this phone is stored in redial memory until you dial another number . 1 . Press PHONE , and wait for the PHONE light to go on . 2 . When you hear a dial tone , press REDIAL > Handset Volume Control To increase the sound level of a call , move the handset Volume control to HI . To decrease the sound level , move the handset Volume control to LO . Temporary Tone If you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service , this feature allows you to enter codes , or tones needed to operate answering machines , or use electronic banking services , calling cards , and other special services . This feature will operate most special services ; however , some services may actually require a touch tone line . To be sure , ask the company that provides the special service . : If you have touch tone service , you do not need to use the Temporary Tone feature . Note 1 . Dial the call , then press * . Any buttons pressed after this sends tone signals . 2 . After you hang up , the phone automatically returns to dial pulse ( rotary ) dialing . Page The page feature allows you to signal someone at the handset from the base . â€¢ Press PAGE / FIND on the base . A 3 - part paging tone will sound at the handset . Find This feature is useful if you misplace the handset . To locate the handset using this feature : Press and hold PAGE / FIND on the base for approximately three seconds . A repeating paging tone is sounded in the handset . To cancel the Find feature , press OFF on the handset or PAGE / FIND on the base . : The find feature will turn itself off in approximately 3 minutes if you havenâ€™t turned it off before then . Note Mute Mute allows you to hear your caller , but prevents the calls form hearing you . While on call : â€¢ Press MUTE and the phone lightly slowly flashes .
To continue your conversation : â€¢ Press MUTE again and the phone light will be steady . Special Telephone Services If you subscribe to special local telephone company services like Call Waiting or Call Forwarding , you can access them by pressing PHONE whenever you would press the switchhook on a regular phone . This is like the Flash feature on some other phones . Memory This cordless phone can store nine telephone numbers that you can dial just by pressing MEMORY and one of the number buttons . Storing a Number in Memory 1 . Make sure the handset is OFF . 2 . Press MEMORY . The phone light will flash . 3 . Enter the phone number ( up to 16 digits ) . 4 . Press Memory 5 . Press any number button from 1 â€“ 9 for the memory location where the number is to be stored . 6 . A three â€“ part tone confirms that the number was stored properly . If you hear a long buzzing tone , or nothing at all , press OFF , then follow the steps above to store the number again . : You may choose to store emergency numbers in memory locations . The manufacturer assumes no Note responsibility for customer reliance upon this memory feature . Dialing a Number in Memory 1 . Press PHONE . 2 . Press MEMORY . 3 . Press the number button ( 1 â€“ 9 ) you assigned to the number youâ€™re calling . Memory Card There is a memory card with an erasable surface located on the base to record names or telephone numbers of the numbers stored in memory locations . To write on the memory card , remove the plastic cover by inserting a pointed object in the hole and gently prying the cover up until it pops out . : The numbers stored in memory might be lost when you change the handset batteries or if the Note batteries run down completely : if this happens , youâ€™ll need to store the numbers again . Replacing a Stored Number You can replace a stored number by storing a new number in its place .
Storing a Pause In a Memory Dial Number If this phone is connected to a switchboard you might have to dial an access number ( usually 9 ) to get outside line . You can store the access number and a pause in the dialing sequence : the pause allows the switchboard enough time to get an outside line dial tone . 1 . When storing a memory number ( see above ) , press and hold the number button of the digit that comes just before the pause , until a second beep is heard . This inserts a 2 â€“ second pause . 2 . You can insert a long pause by continuing to press and hold the number button of the digit that comes before the pause . A beep is heard for each 2 â€“ second pause inserted . : Each pause you store is counted as a digit . You can store up to 16 digits in each memory location . Note For Example , to store 9 , PAUSE , 555 - 1234 in memory location 3 : Press MEMORY , 9 , hold until the beep . Then press 5551234 MEMORY 3 .