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Memorex MC4285 Operating Instructions Manual

Memorex operating instructions caller id telephone/dual alarm clock with am/fm radio mc4285.

 
MC4285.O/M.QXD
1/3/02
CALLER ID TELEPHONE/DUAL ALARM
CLOCK WITH AM/FM RADIO
MODEL: MC4285
BEFORE OPERATING THIS PRODUCT,
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1:36 PM
Page 19

Summary of Contents

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM CALLER ID TELEPHONE/DUAL ALARM CLOCK WITH AM/FM RADIO MODEL: MC4285 BEFORE OPERATING THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Page 19...

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    9. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 10. Do not allow anything to rest on the telephone cord. Do not locate this product where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it.

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    FCC registered telephone to their lines. They may ask you for the FCC registration number and the ringer equivalence number (REN); both are at the bottom of the base.

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    Batteries should be stabilized at room temperature prior to use after cold storage. IMPORTANT: PLEASE KEEP ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL FOR AT LEAST 90 DAYS IN CASE YOU NEED TO RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO YOUR PLACE OF PURCHASE OR MEMOREX. Page 3...

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM LOCATION OF CONTROLS BASE HANDSET Battery Compartment (Bottom of Unit) SNOOZE Button ALARM 1 Button RINGER (HI/LO/OFF) Switch DISPLAY (HI/LO) Switch ALARM OFF Button ALARM 2 Button RADIO ON/OFF Button SLEEP Button 10. Display 11. Radio Dial Scale and Pointer 12.

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    HANDSET jack on the rear of the base. Connect the straight cord to the PHONE LINE jack on the rear of the base and telephone jack as shown in the figure to the right. 3. If desired, rotate the clips on the bottom of the unit so the phone tilts slightly forward and makes viewing the caller ID easier.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION SETTING THE MENU OPTIONS Press the SET button once; “SET LANGUAGE” will appear in the display. Press the REVIEW ( ) or ( ) button to select the desired language Press the SET button again;...

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) SETTING THE MENU OPTIONS (CONTINUED) Press the SET button again. Press the REVIEW ( ) or ( ) button to set the current month. Press the SET button again. Press the REVIEW ( )

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) RECEIVING CALLS Wait for the phone to ring twice so the caller ID registers the call. Lift the handset and speak into the mouthpiece. Hang up when the call is completed. MAKING CALLS Lift the handset and listen for a dial tone.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) REDIAL BUTTON Press the REDIAL button to automatically redial the last number dialed. NOTE: Please note that only the last number you called on this telephone can be stored in the Redial memory.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) TONE BUTTON If Tone/Pulse switch is set to Pulse, simply press the */TONE button on the handset to temporarily set the phone for TONE. This is useful when accessing automated telephone prompts that require the Tone signal.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) WHAT YOUR CALLER ID DISPLAYS NO CALL: The caller memory is empty. UNKNOWN CALLER: The incoming call does not have caller ID service or the service area is not linked to yours. PRIVATE CALLER: The incoming call is registered as “Private Caller”...

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TELEPHONE OPERATION (CONTINUED) TO DELETE 1 CALL/ALL CALLS TO AUTOMATICALLY DIAL A NUMBER IN THE CALLER ID DISPLAY DO NOT pick up the handset. Select the number using the REVIEW ( ) button, then press the DIAL button ;...

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    9, then needing a pause before the number is dialed. NOTE: To erase a stored telephone number, simply store a new number over it by following the steps above. MANUALLY DIALING NUMBERS IN MEMORY ONE TOUCH MEMORIES (M1, M2, M3)

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM RADIO OPERATION TO PLAY THE RADIO Press the RADIO ON/OFF button turn the unit on. Slide the BAND switch to the desired band (AM or FM). Antennas FM: Extend the FM antenna wire for better FM reception.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM ALARM OPERATION (CONTINUED) TO SET THE ALARM TO WAKE TO RADIO Set the alarm 1 or 2 time as previously instructed. Press the desired ALARM or ALARM 2 button repeatedly until “ALARM 1 MUSIC” or “ALARM 2 MUSIC”...

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM ALARM OPERATION (CONTINUED) SNOOZE NOTE: In Dual Alarm mode, if both alarms are set, the Snooze feature will only operate up to the next alarm. If the next alarm time is reached, the unit automatically turns on for 59 minutes and then shuts off.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Refer to the following chart before requesting service: SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE No dial tone. The line cord is not plugged in. Phone does not work. AC cord not plugged in. Battery is weak/dead. Phone does not ring.

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    MC4285.O/M.QXD 1/3/02 1:36 PM Page 18 Memcorp, Inc. Weston, FL Printed in Hong Kong Visit our website at www.memcorpinc.com...

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