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CORDLESS DIGITAL ANSWERING SYSTEM TELEPHONE 7640 â€¢ Installation â€¢ Answering System Operation â€¢ Telephone Operation â€¢ Memory Installation Table 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 ( 110 V AC ) . â€¢ The outlet should not be controlled by a wall switch ; if the switch is turned off , the phone will not operate . 2 . Install the handset battery . â€¢ Remove the battery case cover on the handset by pressing on the indentations 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 . 3 . Install the base battery . â€¢ Turn the unit over . â€¢ Open the battery cover by gently pulling on the movable tab . â€¢ Connect the 9 - volt battery and place it in the compartment . â€¢ Close the battery cover . on the bottom of the base to if you have touch - tone service , or if you 4 . Set the dial mode switch TT DP have dial pulse / rotary service . 5 . Set the ringer switch . Set the switch to ON ( the handset will ring ) or OFF ( the handset will not ring ) . 6 . Connect the telephone line cord . Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the top side of the base . Plug the other end of the line cord into a modular jack . Make sure the plug snaps firmly in place . 7 . Plug in the power cord . Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into an electrical outlet . NOTE : When you connect the unit to an electrical outlet , the system automatically begins to format ( initialize ) digital memory . The memory format routine takes approximately 8 seconds . While the system formats memory , the Message Window counts down from 8 to 0 . 8 . Charge the handset batteries for 10 hours . Place the handset in the base . The CHARGING light on the base goes on to show the handset is in the right position to charge the batteries . 9 . Check for dial tone . After the batteries are charged , pick up the handset and extend the base antenna . Press PHONE ; the PHONE light should go on and you should hear a dial tone . Wall Mounting Installation 1 . Follow Steps 1 - 5 in Table Installation . 2 . Choose and mark the mounting position . The mounting screws should screw into a wooden stud within the wall . Use the Wall Mounting Template and a pencil to mark the screw positions on the wall .
3 . Install the mounting sleeves and screws . Start the screw holes in the marks you made on the wall . Now slip the mounting sleeves onto the screws , with the larger end of the sleeve toward the screw head . Insert the screws in the holes you started , and tighten until the smaller end of the sleeve is flat against the wall . 4 . Reverse the switchhook . In order to â€œ hang up â€� the handset when the base is wall mounted , youâ€™ll need to remove the switchhook , reverse it , and replace it in the base . 5 . Connect the telephone line cord . Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the top side of the base . Plug the other end of the line cord into a modular jack . Make sure the plug snaps firmly into place . 6 . Mount the base on the wall . Hold the base so the mounting sleeves on the wall fit into the holes on the bottom of the base . Slide the base down onto the mounting sleeves until it locks into place . 7 . Follow Steps 7 - 9 in Table Installation . Setting the Clock The clock feature will record the day and time of each message received . To set the clock ( open panel door ) Press CHANGE , then CLOCK . You hear a day of the week . 1 . Press REPEAT or FORWARD until you hear the correct day . 2 . Press CLOCK to hear the hour . 3 . Press REPEAT or FORWARD until you hear the correct hour . Make sure the hour is correct for AM 4 . or PM . Press CLOCK to hear the minute . 5 . Press REPEAT or FORWARD until you hear the correct minute . 6 . Press CLOCK . You will hear the day and time setting . 7 . To review the clock â€¢ Press CLOCK . You will hear the day and time setting . Answering System Operation from the Base Record an Announcement Press CHANGE ( located under the door ) . 1 . Press ANNC . After you hear a beep , record your announcement ( up to 1 minute and 20 seconds ) . 2 . When you are finished , press STOP . 3 . Review Your Announcement Press ANNC . The recorded announcement will play until the end or until you press STOP . Ring Select / Toll Saver This answering system has three Ring Select choices : and ( toll saver ) . 2 , 4 , TS if you want the system to answer calls after the second ring . Set to 2 if you want the system to answer calls after the fourth ring . Set to 4 ( toll saver ) if you want the system to answer calls after the second ring when you have new Set to TS messages , and after the fourth ring when you do not have new messages . On this setting , when you call from another location for messages , you can hang up after three rings knowing you have no new messages , thus saving on toll charges . Automatic Answering System The system is ready to answer calls when it is turned on and the memory is not full .
After playing your announcement and sounding a beep , the system records your callerâ€™s message ; it stops when the caller hangs up or is silent for more than 7 seconds . Messages can be up to 2 minutes long . The system can store up to 10 minutes of announcements and incoming messages . Callers can press * to bypass the announcement after it begins . Message Window The Message Window displays the total number of messages ( up to 9 ) . If the Message Window is blank , the system is off and will not record messages . Message Alert You can set the system to beep every 15 seconds to notify you when new messages have been received . Set the MESSAGE ALERT switch on the right side of the unit to ON . Listening to Your Messages Before listening to your messages , set the message Volume control to the middle . Press and release PLAY . The system begins playing all messages . You can pause message playback by pressing STOP . Press PLAY or FORWARD when you want to resume playback . To listen to new messages only , press and hold PLAY for 1.5 seconds . Save Your Messages After you listen to your messages , the system automatically saves them , and is ready to answer new calls . Delete Messages To delete all messages , press and hold DELETE for 1.5 seconds . To delete a selected message , press and release DELETE while the message is playing . The system deletes the message shown in the window , and continues with the next message . You can replay a deleted message before the system announces â€œ End of messages . â€� Press and release REPEAT until the window displays the deleted message you want to replay . Repeat and Review Messages If you want to hear a message again , tap REPEAT . To return to an earlier message , press and release REPEAT until the number of the message is displayed . To repeat part of a message ( review ) , hold down REPEAT for a few seconds , then release it to resume playing . ( The system beeps while the button is held down ) . Forward and Skip Messages Press and release FORWARD to skip to the next message . The window displays the numbers of the messages . To skip only part of a message ( cue ) , hold down FORWARD for a few seconds , then release it to resume playing . ( The system beeps while the button is held down . ) To pause during a message , press and release STOP . To continue playback , press PLAY . Message Volume Control Use the message VOLUME control to adjust the sound of your incoming messages . Move the control to find a comfortable listening level . This does not affect the level of the announcement heard by callers . Priority Calling Callers to whom youâ€™ve given the Priority Calling Code will be able to signal you that they are calling . Callers must use a touch tone phone .
Your caller should Dial your telephone number . 1 . When the announcement begins to play , press # # ( the Priority Calling Code ) . 2 . The system beeps three times , then pauses . Both you and the caller can hear the beeps . This is 3 . repeated until you answer the phone . If you do not answer after 30 seconds , the caller hears two beeps , indicating the system is ready for another command . The caller can then press * and leave a message after the beep . Call Screening / Call Intercept Call Screening lets you listen to your incoming calls without answering the phone . While screening a call , you can also use the cordless handset or lift the handset of any extension phone to talk to the caller . When you intercept a call , the system stops playing or recording , and prepares to answer future calls . If the handset is away from the base , press ANS SYSTEM and wait for the ANS SYSTEM light to go 1 . on . You will hear your own announcement and the callerâ€™s message . 2 . To end the call without answering , press and release OFF , or return the handset to the base . 3 . OR To pick up the call , press PHONE . The PHONE light will go on and the answering system will stop . ( If the answering system doesnâ€™t stop , press PHONE . ) Record a Message When System is OFF If you receive a call when the answering system is off , the system answers after 10 rings . The caller can then press * after the 2 - beep signal . If the system is not full , it beeps and begins recording the message . Answering System Operation from Cordless Handset or Remote Touch Tone Phone You can operate the answering system from the cordless handset , or from any touch tone phone away from your home or office . The labels above the number buttons on the cordless handset will remind you of the correct buttons to press for each operation . Connect with the Answering System ( from the cordless handset ) Press ANS SYSTEM . The ANS SYSTEM light goes on . 1 . The system announces whether or not you have messages , beeps twice , and is ready to accept a 2 . command . ( from a remote touch tone phone ) Dial your telephone number . 1 . When your answering system responds , enter your 2 - digit Remote Access Code . The system 2 . announces whether or not you have any messages , then beeps twice , and is ready to accept a command . Remote Access Code The Remote Access Code is a 2 - digit security code which lets you access your answering system remotely . The factory setting is 50 , but you can change this number ( only from the cordless handset or a remote touch tone phone ) . To change remote access code Press # , 9 after the two beeps . 1 . Enter a new code between 50 and 99 . 2 . If the entry is valid , the system announces your code , followed by two beeps . If the entry is valid , you 3 . will hear a 5 - beep signal . To review remote access code â€¢ Press 9 after the two beeps . The system announces your code , followed by two beeps .
Play All Messages Press and release 1 . Play New Messages Only Press and release 2 . Save Messages The system automatically saves messages after playback . Delete Messages To delete all messages , press 3 3 . To delete a single message during playback , press 3 . Repeat Press and release 4 . The system now plays the current message from the beginning . To go to the previous message , press and release 4 . Forward Press and release 6 while the system is playing a message to advance to the next message . Each time you press and release 6 the system advances to the next message . Stop Press 5 while the system is playing a message . The system stops playing , beeps twice , and is ready to accept a command . Outgoing Announcement To record an announcement Press # , 7 . The system beeps and then begins recording . Speak in a normal voice , about 9 inches from 1 . the base unit , and avoid background noise . Press 5 when you are done . If you pause for more than 7 seconds , the system will stop recording . 2 . The system beeps and replays the announcement . 3 . To review an announcement â€¢ Press 7 after the 2 - beep signal . Clock To review time / day setting Press and release 8 . The system announces the current day / time setting , and beeps twice to indicate that it is ready to accept a command . To change time / day setting Press and release # , 8 . The system announces the current day setting . 1 . press and release 4 to move a day earlier , or 6 to move a day later . When you hear the 2 . To set day , correct day , go on to set the hour . press and release 8 . The system announces the current hour setting . Press and release 3 . To set the hour , 4 or 6 to move the hour up or down . When you hear the correct hour setting , go on to set minutes . press and release 8 . The system announces the current minute setting . Press and 4 . To set minutes , release 4 or 6 to move the setting up or down . When you hear the correct minute setting , press 8 . The system announces the new time / day setting , and beeps twice to indicate it is ready for another 5 . command . Room Monitor This feature allows you to call the system from any remote touch tone phone ( a phone with a different telephone number ) , and listen to any activity in the room .
Press 6 # . This mode lasts for 30 seconds . To listen for another 30 seconds , press 6 # again . Telephone Operation Making a Call Press PHONE , and wait for the PHONE light to go on . 1 . When you hear a dial tone , dial the number . 2 . NOTE : You might experience a slight delay before you hear a dial tone , as the AutoSelect Â® feature searches for a clear channel . Answering a Call â€¢ lift the handset . The PHONE light goes on , and the call is connected . If the handset is in the base , â€¢ press PHONE . The PHONE light goes on , and the call is If the handset is away from the base , connected . Ending a Call â€¢ place the handset in the base . If you are near the base , â€¢ press OFF . If you are away from the base , Redial The last number dialed on this phone is stored in redial memory until you dial another number . Press PHONE , and wait for the PHONE light to go on . 1 . When you hear a dial tone , press REDIAL . 2 . 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 button on some other phones . 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 . Dial the call , then press tone * . Any buttons pressed after this send tone signals . 1 . After you hang up , the phone automatically returns to dial pulse ( rotary ) dialing . 2 . NOTE : If you have touch tone service , you do not need to use the Temporary Tone feature . 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 . press OFF on the handset or PAGE / FIND on the base . To cancel the Find feature , NOTE : The Find feature will turn itself off in approximately 3 minutes if you havenâ€™t turned it off before then .
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 Make sure the handset is OFF . 1 . Press MEMORY . The PHONE light flashes . 2 . Enter the phone number ( up to 16 digits ) . 3 . Press MEMORY . 4 . Press any number button from 1 to 9 for the memory location where the number is to be stored . 5 . A three - part tone confirms that the number was stored properly . If you hear a long buzzing tone , or 6 . nothing at all , press OFF , then follow the steps above to store the number again . NOTE : You may choose to store emergency numbers in memory locations . The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for customer reliance upon this memory feature . Dialing a Number in Memory Press PHONE . 1 . Press MEMORY . 2 . Press the number button ( 1 - 9 ) you assigned to the number youâ€™re calling . 3 . Directory Card There is a directory 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 card , remove the plastic cover by inserting a pointed object in the hole and prying the cover up until it pops out . NOTE : The numbers stored in memory might be lost when you change the handset batteries or if the 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 an 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 . When storing a memory number , press and hold the number button of the digit that comes just before 1 . the pause , until a second beep is heard . This inserts a 2 - second pause . You can insert a longer pause by continuing to press and hold the number button of the digit that comes 2 . before the pause . A beep is heard for each 2 - second pause inserted . NOTE : Each pause you store is counted as a digit . You can store up to 16 digits in each memory location . For example , to store 9 , PAUSE , 555 - 1234 in memory location 3 : Press MEMORY . Press and hold 9 , until a second beep is heard . Then press 5551234 MEMORY 3 .