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Important Safety Precautions
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous
or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this user guide.
WARNING! Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury or
death.
1. Never use an unapproved battery since this could
damage the phone and/or battery and could cause
the battery to explode.
2. Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it
will cause the battery to explode.
3. Never store your phone in temperatures less than -
4°F or greater than 122°F.
4. Do not dispose of your battery by fire or with
hazardous or flammable materials.
5. When riding in a car, do not leave your phone or
set up the hands-free kit near to the air bag. If
wireless equipment is improperly installed and the
air bag is deployed, you may be seriously injured.
6. Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
7. Do not use the phone in areas where its use is
prohibited. (For example: aircraft, hospital)
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    Important Safety Precautions Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this user guide. WARNING! Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury or death. 1. Never use an unapproved battery since this could damage the phone and/or battery and could cause the battery to explode.

  • Page 2: Important Safety Precautions

    Important Safety Precautions 1. Do not expose the battery charger or adapter to direct sunlight or use it in places with high humidity, such as a bathroom. 2. Do not use harsh chemicals (such as alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your phone.

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    6. Unplug the power cord and charger during lightning storms to avoid electric shock or fire. 7. Only use the batteries and chargers provided by LG. The warranty will not be applied to products provided by other suppliers.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Vehicle-Mounted External Important Safety Precautions Antenna Caution Table of Contents Menus Overview Welcome Important Information Getting Started with Your Phone FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance The Battery Industry Canada Compliance 10 Installing the Battery Removing the Battery Charging the Battery Phone Overview Battery Charge Level...

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    Making Calls Contacts Correcting Dialing Mistakes 1. List Entries Redialing Calls 2. New Entry 3. Groups Receiving Calls 4. Speed Dials 5. Erase all Contacts Quick Access to Convenient Call History Features Vibrate Mode 1. All Calls 2. Incoming Calls Lock Mode 3.

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    Table of Contents Games 4. Templates Tools & Apps 5. Drafts 6. Saved 1. Get New 7. Erase Messages 8. Settings 2. GPS Services 9. Memory Info 3. Voice Commands 3. E-mail 4. Calculator 4. IM & Chat 5. Alarm Clock 5.

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    2.1 Banner 6.1 Nav. Key Shortcuts 2.2 Wallpaper 6.2 Call Setup 2.3 Backlight 6.3 Language 2.4 Keypad Light 6.4 TTY Mode 2.5 Time and Date 6.5 Data Setup 2.6 Time Format 6.6 Memory Info 2.7 Menu Style 7. System 2.8 Dialing font 7.1 Phone Info 2.9 Theme Color 7.2 System...

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    Table of Contents Persons with Pacemakers: Using your phone safely Hearing Aids FDA Consumer Update Other Medical Devices Consumer Information on SAR 87 Health Care Facilities Accessories Vehicles Warranty Information Posted Facilities Aircraft Blasting Areas Potentially Explosive Atmosphere 70 For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag Charger and Adapter Safety Battery Information and Care Safety Information...

  • Page 9: Welcome

    Welcome We're very pleased to offer LG 285 handset with the state-of-the-art technology and service, Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). Please review the following cool features of your phone and make use of them when you carry this phone. Battery Temperature Protection...

  • Page 10: Important Information

    Welcome Important Information not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device and its This user’s guide provides accessories must accept any important information on the use interference received, including and operation of your phone. interference that causes Please read all the information undesired operation.

  • Page 11: Phone Overview

    Phone Overview Earpiece Flip Open to answer an incoming call and close to end the call (dependent on the Call Answer in Call Setup menu). LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons. Left Soft Key Use to access the menu assigned to the left corner of the screen.

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    Phone Overview Earphone Jack Allow the use of a headset to hear caller's voice. Side Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in standby mode and the earpiece volume during a call. Ringer volume can only be adjusted with the flip open. Side Camera Key Use for quick access to Camera function.

  • Page 13: Technical Details

    Technical Details * TSB -74: Protocol between an IS-95A system and ANSI J-STD-008 The LG 285 is a trimode phone that 1xRTT system receives twice as many operates on both Code Division Multiple subscribers in the wireless section as IS-95. Its Access (CDMA) frequencies: cellular battery life is twice as long as IS-95.

  • Page 14: Fcc Rf Exposure Information

    Technical Details FCC RF Exposure Bodily Contact During Information Operation WARNING! Read this This device was tested for typical information before operating the use with the back of the phone phone. kept 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) from the body. To comply with FCC RF In August 1996, the Federal exposure requirements, a minimum Communications Commission (FCC)

  • Page 15: Vehicle-mounted External Antenna

    Vehicle-Mounted Caution External Antenna Use only the supplied and approved antenna. Use of (Optional, if available.) unauthorized antennas or A minimum separation distance of modifications could impair call 8 inches (20 cm) must be quality, damage the phone, void maintained between the user / your warranty and/or result in bystander and the vehicle-mounted violation of FCC regulations.

  • Page 16: Menus Overview

    Menus Overview 1. Contacts 3. Messaging 4. Wireless Web 1. List Entries 1. Voice Mail 2. New Entry 2. Text and Multimedia 5. Media 3. Groups 1. Send New 1. Ringtones 4. Speed Dials 2. Inbox 2. Wallpaper 5. Erase all Contacts 3.

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    Menu Access EZ Tip Calc 4. Bluetooth Menu to World Clock 1. Power Press Voice Memo 2. Device List access nine phone 3. Discovery Mode menus. There are two 9. Settings 4. Device Name methods of accessing 1. Sound 5. Bluetooth Info menus and submenus: 1.

  • Page 18: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Using phone. any charger other than the one included with the LG 285 may The phone comes with a damage your phone or battery. rechargeable battery. Keep the battery charged while not in use in order to maximize talk and 1.

  • Page 19: Battery Charge Level

    Battery Charge Level Signal Strength The battery charge level is Call quality depends on the shown at the top right of the LCD signal strength in your area. The screen. When the battery charge signal strength is indicated on level becomes low, the low the screen as the number of bars battery sensor alerts you in three next to the signal strength icon:...

  • Page 20: Making Calls

    Getting Started with Your Phone Making Calls history. The last 30 numbers are stored in the call history 1. Make sure the phone is list and you can select one of turned on. If not, press these to redial. for about 3 seconds. Receiving Calls 2.

  • Page 21: Quick Access To Convenient Features

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Vibrate Mode Mute Function Sets the phone to vibrate instead The Mute function prevents the of ring. To set Vibrate Mode other party from hearing your press and hold for 3 voice, but allows you to hear the seconds.

  • Page 22: Call Waiting

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Call Waiting Speed Dialing Speed Dialing allows you to While a call is in progress, one make phone calls quickly and beep indicates another incoming easily with a few key presses. call. When call waiting is Speed Dial number 1 is set to enabled, you may put the active call your Voice Mail.

  • Page 23: Using Phone Menus

    Using Phone Menus Contacts Contacts Press to scroll through your Contacts alphabetically. The Contacts menu allows you to store names, phone numbers Press Right Soft Key and other information in your [Options] to select one of the phone’s memory. following: New Message/ Erase/ Edit/ Access and Options Erase All/ Send via Bluetooth...

  • Page 24: Groups

    Contacts 2. Enter the name and press to highlight a group then press Right Soft Key 3. Use to select the phone [Options]. number types such as Mobile Erase/ New Message/ Rename 1/ Home/ Work/ Mobile 2/ Fax. Group/ Set Group Ringtone/ 4.

  • Page 25: Call History

    Contacts/ Call History 5. Erase all Contacts Call History Allows you to erase all of your The Call History menu is a list of Contacts at once. the last phone numbers or Contact entries for calls you 1. Press placed, accepted, or missed. It is continually updated as new 2.

  • Page 26: All Calls

    Call History Shortcut 2. Incoming Calls Allows you to view the list of To view a quick list of all your incoming calls; up to 30 entries. recent calls, press from standby mode. 1. Press 2. Use to highlight an entry, 1.

  • Page 27: Missed Calls

    Press to view the entry. Press Left Soft Key [Message] to send a message. Press to place a call to the number. 5. Erase History Press Right Soft Key Allows you to erase selected call [Options] to select: list(s). Save/ Dial 1 + Number/ Erase/ Erase All 1.

  • Page 28: Messaging

    Messaging Messaging The phone can store up 361 messages. The information stored in the message is Access and Options determined by phone mode and 1. Press Left Soft Key [Menu]. service capability. Other limits to 2. Press Messaging. available characters per message may exist.

  • Page 29: Voice Mail

    Note 2. Text and Multimedia If you receive the same message 1. Send New twice, your phone deletes the Allows you to send text older one and the new one is messages and picture stored as Duplicate. messages. Each message has a destination and information.

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    Messaging Call History to select a Settings to select Callback recipient from your Call Number. History. Save Quick Text to save your Group to select a recipient message as quick template from your Group. for future use. Set as Cc to set another 6.

  • Page 31: Inbox

    You can also set Recording Time Viewing Your Inbox as either 1 Minute or 1 Hour. 1. Press For Sound Album, navigate what 2. Use to highlight an Inbox you want to select and try message. playing it by pressing [Play].

  • Page 32: Outbox

    Messaging Note address(es). Move to Saved Saves the Locking the message prevents it from being deleted. It does NOT message into the Saved folder. prevent the message from being Detail Allows you to check the read. received message information. 3. Outbox Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks the selected message.

  • Page 33: Drafts

    3. Use to highlight a 3. Press Right Soft Key message. [Options]. Erase Deletes the selected 4. Press Right Soft Key message from the Drafts. [Options]. Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks Erase Deletes the selected the selected message. message from the Templates. Note Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks the selected message.

  • Page 34: Erase Messages

    Messaging Forward Forwards a received Press [Inbox] to erase message to other destination all messages stored in address(es). Inbox. Detail Allows you to check the [ Outbox] to Press received message information. erase all messages stored in Outbox. Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks the selected message.

  • Page 35: Settings

    8. Settings strings allow you to reduce manual text input into messages. Allows you to configure ten settings for messages. Default Entry Mode (T9Word/Alpha/Number) 1. Press Allows you to select the default 2. Use to highlight a setting, input method including T9Word , Alpha, Number.

  • Page 36: Memory Info

    Messaging Read Report (On/ Off) 3. E-mail Set read report, and you can Allows you to send and receive a check out if your message has text email by Get New, Online been read by the recipient. If Email, My Email, or with the available, see carrier for details.

  • Page 37: Web Alerts

    Messaging/Wireless Web 5. Web Alerts Wireless Web The Wireless Web feature Web Alerts are special links or allows you to view Internet message provided from the content, especially designed for service provider to inform you of your mobile phone. Access and special offers, bulletins and selections within this feature are announcements.

  • Page 38: Wireless Web

    Wireless Web Send and receive Internet e- Navigating through the Browser mail. While using the Wireless Web, Browse and search the World you will find the following Wide Web via web pages content: especially designed for Numbered options (some wireless phone customers. options may not be Set bookmarks to directly numbered);...

  • Page 39: Media

    Media Media 1. Ringtones Allows you to download new Allows you to download ringtones. ringtones or wallpapers once the Get New is executed and 1. Press connected to Browser. In the 2. Press [Get New]. application homepage, the downloaded ringtones are 3.

  • Page 40: Camera

    Media 2. Wallpaper Rename Rename the selected file. Allows you to download new Erase All Deletes all the Wallpaper. Use this menu when selected files. you want to get another File info Displays the wallpaper other than the default information of the wallpapers in Display ->...

  • Page 41: My Albums

    Select the option(s) to shown on the external display. customize. 1. Press the Side Camera Key Resolution 640X480/ 320X240/ for about 3 seconds to enter 160X120 the Take Photo mode. Self - timer Off/ 3 Seconds/ 5 2. Take a picture by pressing Seconds/ 10 Seconds Side Camera Key .

  • Page 42: Picture Album

    Media 4.2 Picture Album 4.3 Online Album Access the Online Album. Allows you to view pictures stored in the phone. 1. Press 1. Press 2. Select your desired picture with and press Right Soft [Options]. Send Message Sends a message. Erase Yes/ No Rename Rename the selected picture.

  • Page 43: Shop

    Shop / Games Shop Games Allows you to search and Allows you to download games purchase from a variety of once the Get New is executed content provided by your service and connected to Browser. In the provider. application homepage, the downloaded MIDlet (type of Access and Options JAVA application) files are...

  • Page 44: Tools & Apps

    Tools & Apps Tools & Apps 1. Get New Allows you to make use of various 1. Press tools and applications. 2. Scroll to Get New and press Access and Options After a few seconds, you will 1. Press Left Soft Key [Menu].

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    3. Voice Commands 4. Calculator Allows you to make phone calls You can enter numbers up to the quickly and easily by voice. Your third decimal place. phone recalls the number from 1. Press your Contacts, displays it briefly, 2. Scroll to Calculator and press and then dials it.

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    Tools & Apps 5. Alarm Clock 6. Scheduler Your phone comes with a built-in Allows you to conveniently keep alarm clock with multiple alarm and access your agenda(s). capabilities. Simply store your appointments and your phone will alert you 1. Press with a reminder of your appointment.

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    (4th Sat)/ Month (24th)/ 8. EZ Tip Calc Year (4th SatofFeb)/ Year Allows you to quickly and easily (24th of Feb) calculate the total amount, using the total of the bill, the amount of Expiration (Set Expiration/ the tip and the number of people No Expiration) as variables.

  • Page 48: World Clock

    Tools & Apps 9. World Clock 3. Press [Rec] to record a Allows you to determine the new Voice Memo (The phone current time in another time zone prompts you to start recording or country. after the beep). 1. Press 4.

  • Page 49: Sound

    Tools & Apps / Settings Upload Online Album Settings Accesses the Online Album. The Settings menu has options Send Via Bluetooth Allows to customize your phone. you to send selected voice memos via Bluetooth. Access and Options 1. Press Left Soft Key [Menu].

  • Page 50: Ringers

    Settings 1.1 Ringers 3. Use to select a ringer, 1.1.1 Voice Calls then press Left Soft Key Allows you to set ringtones for Set to save the sound. different types of incoming calls. 1.1.3 Meeting/ Silent Mode 1. Press Allows you to set silent mode proper for specific situations such as meetings.

  • Page 51: Volume

    2. Use to adjust the volume 1. Press of the keypad, then press to save the change. 2. Use to adjust the volume, then press to save the 1.2.2 DTMF Length change. Allows you to set the DTMF. 1. Press 1.3.2 Earpiece Allows you to set earpiece volume settings.

  • Page 52: Power On/off

    Settings 1.5.3 Call Connect volume, then press Alerts you when the call is save the change. connected. (On/Off) 1.4 Power On/Off 1.5.4 Call Lost Allows you to set the phone to Alerts you when the call is drop. sound a tone when the phone is (On/Off) powered on and off.

  • Page 53: Wallpaper

    2.2 Wallpaper Seconds/ Always On/ Always Off Allows you to choose the kind of 2.4 Keypad Light background to be displayed on Allows you to set the duration for your phone. illuminating the phone's keypad. 1. Press 1. Press 2. Select Main Wallpaper/ Front 2.

  • Page 54: Time Format

    Settings Main Clock: Off/ Small Digital/ 2.8 Dialing font Big Digital/ Analog Allows you to set the size of the font for calling digits. Front Clock: Off/ Digital/ Minimize 1. Press 2.6 Time Format 2. Use to choose a setting, Allows you to choose the time then press format displayed on the LCD...

  • Page 55: Volume

    You may create and Allows you to set notification store 20 pairings within the settings. LG 285 and connect to one device 1. Press at a time. The approximate communication range for 2. Select a sub-menu and press Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 56: Power

    Other trademarks and trade headset and hands-free names are those of their accessories. However, the respective owners. software used in the LG 285 available in Canada from LG Your phone is based on the Electronics Inc. does not Bluetooth ®...

  • Page 57: Device List

    4. If Bluetooth device is set to 2. Use to select a setting, off, you will be prompted to then press turn power on. Select Yes. On/ Off 5. The device will appear in the Note Device List menu once it has been located.

  • Page 58: Discovery Mode

    Settings 4.3 Discovery Mode 4.5 Bluetooth Info Allows you to set Visible(60 secs) 1. Press or Hidden. 5. GPS 1. Press 1. Press 2. Use to select a setting, then press 2. Use to select a setting, Visible(60 secs)/ Hidden then press Note On/ Emergency Only (E911)

  • Page 59: Call Setup

    3. Select the desired shortcut 1. Press and press 6.2 Call Setup 2. Use to select a setting, then press 6.2.1 Call Answer Off/ 2 Seconds/ 4 Seconds/ Allows you to determine how to 8 Seconds handle an incoming call. 1.

  • Page 60: Language

    Settings 6.2.4 Auto Redial 6.4 TTY Mode Allows you to set the length of Allows you to attach a TTY* time the phone waits before device enabling you to automatically redialing a number communicate with parties also when the attempted call fails. using a TTY device.

  • Page 61

    1. TTY Full: Connecting TTY Equipment and a Terminal Users who cannot talk and hear send and receive a text 1. Connect a TTY cable to TTY message through TTY connection on the terminal. (TTY connection location is equipment. same as the hands free 2.

  • Page 62: Data Setup

    Settings When making Transmission/ Menu User Feature communications with Receiving Mode a normal terminal For hearing- text message TTY Full /verbally- transmission, text operator required impaired message receiving voice TTY+ For hearing- verbal transmission, text operator required Talk impaired message receiving text message TTY+ For verbally-...

  • Page 63: Memory Info

    6.6 Memory Info 7.2 System The System menu allows you to Shows you the memory designate specific system information of the phone. network settings. 6.6.1 Common Memory 7.2.1 Set Mode 1. Press Allows you to set up the phone producer’s management environment.

  • Page 64: Security

    Settings phone is locked, it is in restricted 1. Press mode until the lock code is entered. You can receive phone calls and still make emergency 2. Use to select a NAM, calls. You can modify the lock then press code using the Change Lock NAM1/ NAM2 code within the Security menu.

  • Page 65: Airplane Mode

    7.3.2 Change Lock Code The lock code is commonly the last 4 digits of your phone Allows you to change to a new number. four-digit lock code. 3. Press Reset Defaults. 1. Press 4. Read the screen message, 2. Enter the 4-digit password. then press The lock code is commonly the last 4 digits of your phone...

  • Page 66

    Settings 1. Press 2. Use to select a setting, then press On/ Off...

  • Page 67: Safety

    Safety TIA(Telecommunications NCRP Report 86 (1986) Industry Association) ICNIRP (1996) Safety Information Health Canada, Safety Code 6, The following is the complete 1999. TIA Safety Information for Those standards were based on wireless handheld phones. comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the relevant Exposure to Radio Frequency scientific literature.

  • Page 68: Phone Operation

    Safety Unauthorised antennas, Driving modifications, or attachments Check the laws and regulations could damage the phone and on the use of wireless phones in may violate FCC regulations. the areas where you drive and always obey them. Also, if using Phone Operation your phone while driving, please observe the following:...

  • Page 69: Pacemakers

    Pacemakers reason to suspect that interference is taking place. The Health Industry Manufacturers Association Hearing Aids recommends that a minimum separation of six inches be Some digital wireless phones maintained between a handheld may interfere with some hearing wireless phone and a aids.

  • Page 70: Vehicles

    Safety regulations posted in these areas OFF your phone before boarding instruct you to do so. Hospitals or an aircraft. health care facilities may use equipment that could be sensitive Blasting Areas to external RF energy. To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF Vehicles when in a “blasting area”...

  • Page 71: For Vehicles Equipped With An Air Bag

    The battery does not need to Charger and Adapter Safety be fully discharged before recharging. The charger and adapter are Use only LG-approved intended for indoor use only. chargers specific to your Do not expose the battery...

  • Page 72: Safety Information

    Safety phone model since they are Safety Information designed to maximize battery Please read and observe the life. following information for safe and proper use of your phone Do not disassemble or short- and to prevent damage. Also, circuit the battery. keep the user’s guide in an accessible place at all the times Keep the battery’s metal...

  • Page 73

    Do not handle the phone with connected. If it is not, it may wet hands while it is being cause excessive heat or fire. charged. It may cause an Do not place any heavy items electric shock or seriously on the power cord. Do not damage your phone.

  • Page 74: General Warnings And Cautions

    Only use the batteries, antennas, and chargers When the phone is not used provided by LG. The warranty for a long period time, store it will not be applied to products in a safe place with the power provided by other suppliers.

  • Page 75: Warning! Important Safety Information

    If the phone does required before your hearing not work, take it to an LG could be affected. Hearing experts Authorized Service Center. suggest that to protect your...

  • Page 76: Using Your Phone Safely

    Safety Avoid turning up the volume to FDA Consumer Update block out noisy surroundings. The U.S. Food and Turn the volume down if you Drug can’t hear people speaking Administration’s near you. Center for Devices and Radiological Health For information about how to set a Consumer Update on Mobile maximum volume limit on your Phones:...

  • Page 77

    does not produce heating effects wireless phones are shown to causes no known adverse health emit radiofrequency energy (RF) effects. Many studies of low at a level that is hazardous to the level RF exposures have not user. In such a case, the FDA found any biological effects.

  • Page 78

    Safety providing users of wireless working group activities, as well. phones with the best possible The FDA shares regulatory information on possible responsibilities for wireless effects of wireless phone use phones with the Federal Communications Commission on human health. (FCC). All phones that are sold in The FDA belongs to an the United States must comply interagency working group of the...

  • Page 79

    3. What kinds of phones are the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower subject of this update? power levels, and thus produce The term “wireless phone” RF exposures far below the FCC refers here to handheld wireless safety limits.

  • Page 80

    Safety used animals that had been existence of any harmful health genetically engineered or effects from wireless phone RF treated with cancer-causing exposures. However, none of the chemicals so as to be pre- studies can answer questions disposed to develop cancer in about long-term exposures, the absence of RF exposure.

  • Page 81

    applicable to human populations, with groups of investigators but 10 or more years follow-up around the world to ensure that may be needed to provide high priority animal studies are answers about some health conducted to address important effects, such as cancer. This is questions about the effects of because the interval between exposure to radio frequency...

  • Page 82

    Safety wireless phone safety. The FDA exposures. The FCC established provides the scientific oversight, these guidelines in consultation with the FDA and the other obtaining input from experts in federal health and safety government, industry, and agencies. The FCC limit for RF academic organizations.

  • Page 83

    website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ Devices: Experimental rfsafety) gives directions for Techniques” sets forth the first locating the FCC identification consistent test methodology for number on your phone so you measuring the rate at which RF can find your phone’s RF is deposited in the heads of exposure level in the online wireless phone users.

  • Page 84

    Safety 9. What steps can I take to headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body or reduce my exposure to radio use a wireless phone connected frequency energy from my to a remote antenna. Again, the wireless phone? scientific data do not If there is a risk from these demonstrate that wireless...

  • Page 85

    time of wireless phone use and 11. What about wireless phone increasing the distance between interference with medical the user and the RF source will equipment? reduce RF exposure. Some Radio frequency energy (RF) groups sponsored by other from wireless phones can national governments have interact with some electronic advised that children be...

  • Page 86

    Safety wireless phone EMI. The FDA 12. Where can I find additional has tested hearing aids for information? interference from handheld For additional information, wireless phones and helped please refer to the following develop a voluntary standard resources: sponsored by the Institute of FDA web page on wireless Electrical and Electronic phones...

  • Page 87: Consumer Information On Sar

    Consumer Information on of age and health. The exposure standard for (Specific Absorption Rate) wireless mobile phones employs a unit of measurement known This Model Phone Meets the as the Specific Absorption Rate, Government’s Requirements for or SAR. The SAR limit set by the Exposure to Radio Waves.

  • Page 88

    Safety must be tested and certified to model phone with all reported the FCC that it does not exceed SAR levels evaluated as in the limit established by the compliance with the FCC RF government-adopted emission guidelines. SAR requirement for safe exposure. information on this model phone The tests are performed in is on file with the FCC and can...

  • Page 89: Accessories

    Accessories There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. Consult your local dealer for availability. Optional items are sold separately. Visit: www.telusmobility.com for accessory availability. Vehicle Power Charger Battery Charger The vehicle power The battery charger allows you to charger allows operate the phone you to charge...

  • Page 90: Warranty Information

    1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY (4)Upon request from LG, the consumer must provide COVERS: information to reasonably LG offers you a limited warranty prove the date of purchase. that the enclosed subscriber unit (5)During the applicable and its enclosed accessories will...

  • Page 91

    (7)All plastic surfaces and all accident, alteration, improper other externally exposed parts installation, or other acts that are scratched or which are not the fault of LG, damaged due to normal including damage caused by customer use. spills of food or liquids.

  • Page 92

    INCLUDING THE IMPLIED telephone number from WARRANTY OF anywhere in Canada: MARKETABILITY, IS LIMITED LG Electronics Canada, Inc. TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY Tel. 1-888-542-2623 HEREIN. LG ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF THE...

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