D D D D D ALLAS 10 ALLAS 10 ALLAS 10 ALLAS 10 ALLAS 10 User guide If you are using this telephone with a hearing aid, set your hearing aid to the «T» setting...
SETTING UP 1 - CONNECTING TELEPHONE 1 - Connect the handset cord. 2 - Connect the line cord to the socket located at rear of telephone then connect the PTT plug*.
On ( ) or Off ( 3 - WALL MOUNTING To wall-mount your telephone,slide out the clip turn around and slide back into the wall mounting posi- tion (located in the base unit, just below the ear piece).This will ensure that the handset stays firmly in position.
USING THE PHONE 1 - ANSWERING INCOMING CALL - When an incoming call is received the phone will ring and flash. To answer the call lift the handset and speak. - On completion of the call, carefully replace the handset in the cradle to release the line. 2 - VOLUME RECEIVING ADJUSTMENT You can increase the volume according to your own hearing requirements.
USING THE PHONE 3 - MAKING A CALL - Lift the handset. - Await the dial tone and dial required number. - On completion of the call, carefully replace the handset in the cradle. 4 - SENDING LEVEL ADJUSTMENT If your voice is quiet or called parties have difficulty hearing you, you can increase the sending level volume with the switch located on the right...
(16 digits maximum for each memory). - Lift the handset. - Press button. - Dial the telephone number you wish to store. - Press button. - Press one of the direct memory buttons, M1, M2, Or press MEM and any button 0 to 9 on the key pad under which you wish to store the telephone number in indirect memory.
USING THE PHONE Note : Numbers will be lost if you disconnect your phone. Entering a new number in memory will automatically erase the previous number. 8 - DIALLING STORED NUMBER - Lift the handset and await the dial tone. - Press appropriate direct memory button M1, M2, or M3.
OF A WARRANTY CLAIM Please note: The guarantee applies to the United Kingdom only. Declaration : Hereby Geemarc Telecom SA declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EEC and in particular article 3 section 1a, 1b and section 3.