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EB-TX310
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Operating Instructions

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    ® EB-TX310 Digital Multi-Network Phone Operating Instructions Before operating this phone, please read these instructions completely and save this manual for future use. Charge battery before operation.
  • Page 3: Welcome Screen

    Press shortcut keys shown to get to desired function. Standby Display Panasonic MENU 1 Phonebook 1 Search 2 Create 3 Super Dial 4 Search Method 5 Own Number 6 Delete All 2 Messages 1 Text Message 2 Voice Mail 3 Call History...
  • Page 4: Reference Information

    For future reference, please complete the information on this page. Also, you may want to tape or staple your purchase receipt here. Model Number: ESN Number (under battery on back of phone): Purchase Date: Dealer’s Name: Dealer’s Address: Dealer’s Phone Number: Emergency Number: Lock Code: Primary Phone Number:...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction... vii About This Manual ... vii Icons Used in This Manual ... viii Chapter 1: Safety First ... 1 Batteries... 1 Charging Devices... 1 General... 1 Availability of Service ... 2 Emergency (911) Service ... 2 Safety Tips... 2 Chapter 2: Getting Started...
  • Page 6 Setting Ring Volume ... 13 Selecting a Ring Alert ... 13 Vibration Alert ...14 Restoring Default Values... 14 Using the Private Handsfree Headset ... 15 Personalizing Your Phone... 16 Chapter 3: Everyday Operations ... 17 Placing Calls... 17 Dialing from the Keypad ...17 Dialing from the Phonebook ...17 Dialing a Phonebook Entry from the Menu ...18 Super Dial ...18...
  • Page 7 Chapter 4: Text Entry Operations ... 27 Letter Entry... 27 Using Letter Entry (ABC) Mode... 27 Word Entry (Word T9) Mode ... 28 Using Word Entry (Word T9) Mode... 28 Numbers (NUM) Mode ... 29 Symbols (SYM) Mode ... 29 Key Entry Table...
  • Page 8 Tone Settings ... 45 Ring Volume ...45 Key Volume ...46 Ring Alert ...46 Selecting a Ring Alert ...46 Message Alert...47 Selecting a Message Alert ...47 Vibration...48 Warning Tone ...48 Voice Ring ...48 Recording a Voice Ring ...49 Custom Melodies ...49 Selecting a Custom Melody ...49 Editing the Title of a Custom Melody ...49 Editing or Creating a Custom Melody ...50...
  • Page 9 Power-On Lock ... 62 Activating the Power-On Lock ... 62 Deactivating the Power-On Lock from Standby ... 62 Disabling the Power-On Lock ... 62 Chapter 7: Service Provider Features ... 63 Caller ID ... 63 Call Waiting ... 63 Three-Way Calling... 63 Text Messaging ...
  • Page 10 Appendix A: Before Requesting Help ... 75 Problems and Solutions ... 75 Appendix B: Phone Accessories... 79 EB-TX310 Accessories ... 79 EB-HF300EZ Handsfree Car Kit ... 80 Appendix C: Consumer Update ... 81 Index... 85...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Congratulations on your purchase of one of the world’s most technologically advanced mobile communications systems! Your new Panasonic phone combines the advantages of digital and analog coverage with a variety of time-saving and easy-to-use features. The result: a phone that offers real convenience, dependability, and mobility—in digital and analog service areas.
  • Page 12: Icons Used In This Manual

    Many accessories are available for your phone. Appendix B lists and illustrates each of these accessories. Please contact your wireless service provider to purchase Genuine Panasonic accessories. Appendix C: Consumer Update Appendix C contains a recent report published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about the safety of mobile phones.
  • Page 13: Chapter 1: Safety First

    • Do not use any accessories other than those designed for use with your phone. • Use of attachments not recommended or sold by your wireless service provider may result in fire, electrical shock, or injury. • Panasonic cannot be held responsible for damages caused by using non- Panasonic accessories. Safety First...
  • Page 14: Availability Of Service

    Safety Tips Following the suggestions in this section will help ensure safe and efficient operation of your Panasonic phone. This Model Phone Meets The Government's Requirements For Exposure To Radio Waves. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
  • Page 15: Antenna Care

    To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you wear your wireless phone on your body while on a voice or data call, always place the phone in a Panasonic supplied or approved carry accessory. Use of non- Panasonic approved accessories may exceed FCC RF exposure guidelines.
  • Page 16: Blasting Areas

    Chapter 1 Persons with pacemakers: • Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON; • Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; • Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference;...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2: Getting Started

    Getting Started This chapter gets you started using your phone and learning its basic features and functions. Note: Do not modify or disassemble the handset. Do not pull or twist the antenna as doing so may loosen the connection and/or damage the antenna. Battery Use Note: The battery must be fully charged before using your phone for the first time.
  • Page 18: Recharging Tips

    Chapter 2 Recharging Tips • Recharge batteries in a well-ventilated area between 41°F (5°C) and 95°F (35°C). Temperature may slightly affect charging time. In extreme temperature conditions, the battery will stop charging and the indicator light and battery charging icon will turn off. If this happens, remove the charger, return the phone to an acceptable temperature level, and connect the charger to restart charging.
  • Page 19: Phone Description

    Phone Description You can enter up to 32 characters by pressing the number keys. The keypad is also used to enter text as described in “Text Entry Operations”, Chapter 4. Phone Specifications Size (with standard battery) Weight (with standard battery) Maximum RF Output 4.6”...
  • Page 20: Function Keys

    Chapter 2 Function Keys The following table describes how each function key works. Left Softkey/Key Lock: Press to use the function displayed above the key. From standby mode, press and hold to turn on Key Lock. Right Softkey: Press to use the function displayed above the key.
  • Page 21: Display Icons

    Display Icons Icons that appear on the display depend on what features you are using and the options you have selected. Master Display and Icons Icon Charged battery. Low battery (flashes). New text message received. When icon is darkened, indi- cates that text message storage is full.
  • Page 22: Phonebook Icons

    Chapter 2 Icon Phonebook Icons The following icons appear next to Phonebook entries to indicate whether a phone number is a work number, home number, cell phone number, etc. Icon Home phone number. Work phone number. Cell phone number. Other phone number.
  • Page 23: Standby Display

    Standby Display The standby display appears when your phone is on and in an “idle” state. You can return to the standby display at any time (except during a call) by pressing or by pressing and holding automatically for 15 seconds when you power up the phone or when you press any key.
  • Page 24: Setting Date And Time

    Chapter 2 Setting Date and Time The standby display shows the current date and time, as well as the day of the week. You can adjust these settings if necessary. Note: On or Off. See “Standby Screen” on page 52 for information. Adjusting Date and Time Settings From standby, press Scroll to Phone Settings.
  • Page 25: Setting Ring Volume

    Setting Ring Volume You can adjust the volume of your phone’s ring. (See “Alert Mode” on page 53 for more information about using your phone in special situations such as meetings and theaters.) From standby, press Scroll to Tone Settings and press Press (OK) to select Ring Volume.
  • Page 26: Vibration Alert

    Chapter 2 • If you select Custom Melody, you can choose from five melodies that you can customize and name. As you scroll through the list, the melodies are played. You also have the option of composing or editing a melody and editing the title of the melody.
  • Page 27: Using The Private Handsfree Headset

    Using the Private Handsfree Headset When the Private Handsfree Headset is plugged into the phone, you can have a phone conversation without holding the phone to your ear. The other person’s voice is heard through the Private Handsfree Headset’s earpiece. When you speak, your voice is picked up by the Private Handsfree Headset’s microphone.
  • Page 28: Personalizing Your Phone

    Panasonic’s website, http://w w w.panasonic-club.com , has pictures and melodies that you can import to your PC and then download to your phone using a data cable (see “EB-TX310 Accessories” on page 79 for ordering information). These pictures and melodies let you create unique rings and displays for your phone.
  • Page 29: Chapter 3: Everyday Operations

    Everyday Operations Your phone comes with a variety of features. In most cases, however, you will use only some of these features on a daily basis. This chapter will familiarize you with most of those “everyday” operations. Descriptions of more advanced features are covered in additional chapters. Placing Calls To place a call, power on your phone and confirm that you have a strong signal indication.
  • Page 30: Dialing A Phonebook Entry From The Menu

    Chapter 3 When the arrow points to the entry you want, press the Phonebook entry. Press to place the call. Dialing a Phonebook Entry from the Menu From standby, press Press • Depending on your phone’s search method setting, the display prompts you to enter First Name, Last Name, or Location #.
  • Page 31: Speed Dial

    Speed Dial To call a Speed Dial number directly from standby (without going to a menu), enter the memory location number that contains the phone number you want to call, and press Note: If Emergency Call is set to On (see “Emergency Call” on page 57) and you press 911 will be called.
  • Page 32: In-Call Features

    Chapter 3 In-Call Features While you are in a call, several useful features are available: • Adjusting Voice Volume (see below) • Viewing Your Own Phone Number During a Call (see below) • Muting the Mouthpiece (see below) • Using the Display as a Scratchpad (see page 21) •...
  • Page 33: Using The Display As A Scratchpad

    Using the Display as a Scratchpad This feature allows you to enter a phone number on your phone’s display during a call. You can enter up to 32 digits. After ending the call, you can dial the number on the display or save the entry in the Phonebook. During a call, enter numbers by pressing the keys on your keypad.
  • Page 34: Missed Calls

    Chapter 3 Missed Calls If an incoming call is not answered, Missed Call is displayed. Press missed call. • If the caller’s phone number matches an entry in the Phonebook, the corresponding name is also displayed (unless the call was placed through a PBX).
  • Page 35: Voice Mail

    Voice Mail Note: You must subscribe to voice mail through your wireless service provider before you can retrieve voice mail messages. To check if voice mail has been programmed, press and hold . If the display indicates that the Voice Mailbox number is empty, voice mail has not been programmed.
  • Page 36: Automatic Redial

    Chapter 3 Automatic Redial If a call cannot be completed because of a system busy error (or other system problem), your phone can automatically redial the number for you. If your call cannot be completed because of a system error, wait until Automatic Redial? is displayed.
  • Page 37: Voice Memo

    This cellular telephone is equipped with a Memo Feature that allows the user to record portions of a telephone conversation. In many states (including California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Carolina, Washington), communications without the consent of all parties to the conversation. To avoid violating the Wiretapping Acts, prior to invoking the Memo Feature during a telephone call, you should obtain consent of the other party(ies), especially for calls in, or to parties in, the aforementioned states.
  • Page 38: Recording A Voice Memo During A Call

    Chapter 3 Recording a Voice Memo During a Call Note: Even though a startup tone sounds when recording starts, you should also notify the other person that they are being recorded. Also, keep in mind that this feature will not work if you are in an analog service area.
  • Page 39: Chapter 4: Text Entry Operations

    Text Entry Operations Whenever you store an entry in your Phonebook, compose or reply to a message, or create reminders, you use the phone’s keypad to enter the text. There are two methods for entering text: • Letter Entry (ABC) •...
  • Page 40: Word Entry (Word T9) Mode

    Chapter 4 Word Entry (Word T9) Mode Word Entry (Word T9) mode allows you to quickly type text with the aid of a built-in dictionary. When you press each key that corresponds to the character needed just once, the built-in dictionary suggests probable word choices.
  • Page 41: Numbers (Num) Mode

    Numbers (NUM) Mode You are in Numbers mode when corner. Use Numbers mode to insert numbers in a text entry. To select Numbers mode, press number. Symbols (SYM) Mode You are in Symbols mode when corner. To select Symbols mode, press Each number key is associated with several symbols.
  • Page 42 Chapter 4 Text Entry Operations...
  • Page 43: Chapter 5: Phonebook Features

    You may find it easier to create Phonebook entries on your PC using a synchronization software application (such as FoneSync™) and then download them to your phone via a data cable. (See “EB-TX310 Accessories” on page 79 for information on ordering a data cable and other accessories.)
  • Page 44: Creating A Phonebook Entry

    Enter the last name here. Enter the home phone number here. Enter the work phone number here. Enter the cell phone number here. Enter an alternate phone number here. Select the source to be used as the speed dialing number. See “Speed Dial” on page 19.
  • Page 45 Enter the required information. • To enter text or symbols, refer to Chapter 4, “Text Entry Operations”. • To delete an entered character, press • To delete an entire line, press and hold • “----,----” indicates that you did not enter a name for that phone number. Press (OK) when you complete the information.
  • Page 46: Creating A Super Dial Entry

    Note: To assign the 911, you have to enable Emergency Call. See Call” on page 57 for instructions on how to do this. Work phone, Cell phone, and so on). ) to enter the Phonebook. (OK). (OK). key as the emergency call number “Emergency...
  • Page 47: Programming Pauses Or Waits

    Programming Pauses or Waits This feature is useful when you are placing a call that requires entry of additional digits once the call connects (for example, you may have to enter a password or PIN to access your voice mail). Enter the phone number.
  • Page 48: Selecting A Phonebook Search Method

    Chapter 5 Note: If you do not enter anything for the first or last name, the display goes to the first letter of the alphabet for which you have a Phonebook entry. Press Press Scroll to the action you want to perform, and press •...
  • Page 49: Displaying Your Own Number

    Displaying Your Own Number Your phone can have up to two cellular phone numbers (programmed by your wireless service provider). You can select either phone number to make or receive a call. From standby, press Press to scroll to Own Number and press Note: If your phone is programmed with more than one cellular phone number, only the number currently being used is displayed.
  • Page 50 Chapter 5 Phonebook Features...
  • Page 51: Chapter 6: Additional Operations

    Additional Operations Many features and settings are accessible only through the phone’s Menu. This chapter will show you how to use your phone’s Menu to get the most from these more advanced features. For an overview of how to move through the Menu and how to use the shortcut keys, see “Moving through the Menu”...
  • Page 52: Received Calls

    Chapter 6 Press When the number you want to call is displayed, press Press number, or to delete all entries in the list. See “Call History Options” on page 40 for instructions. Received Calls From standby, press Scroll to Call History and press Scroll to Received and press Press When the number you want to call is displayed, press...
  • Page 53: Saving A Number

    Press repeatedly to position the cursor in front of the phone number and then enter the 3-digit area code. Press (OK) to place the call. Saving a Number From standby, press Scroll to Call History and press Scroll to Dialed, Missed, or Received and press Scroll to the number you want to save and press Scroll to Save and press Scroll to...
  • Page 54: Call Timers

    Chapter 6 Press Call Timers The Last Call and All Calls options allow you to see how much time you have spent connected on calls. The Custom call option allows you to reset the timer. The Current Call option allows you to select whether or not the timer is displayed during a call.
  • Page 55: Voice Commands

    Voice Commands You can record up to 40 voice commands to call numbers in your Phonebook and to perform other actions without having to press any keys. This feature lets you place calls, change phone settings, such as turning vibration alert on or off, and go to a specific place in a menu, simply by speaking a command.
  • Page 56: Recording A Voice Command For A Phone Function

    Chapter 6 Press Scroll to the name of your choice and press • All numbers for that person in your Phonebook are displayed. Scroll to the number you wish to call with this voice command Home #, (RECORD). When prompted (by voice and on the screen), say your command. You can say the name of the person, a nickname, or any word(s) that you will easily remember for the command.
  • Page 57: Using A Voice Command To Perform An Action

    Using a Voice Command to Perform an Action From standby, press and hold • You are prompted audibly and on the display to say the command. Say the command within two seconds. • If you do not speak, you are informed that the command was not found. •...
  • Page 58: Key Volume

    (or sound) that you have recorded. See “Voice Ring” on page 48. Note: www.panasonic-club.com, importing melodies to your PC, and then downloading them to your phone. See Phone” on page 16 Note: When selecting a new ring alert, you cannot hear the sample alert if ring volume is muted (silent).
  • Page 59: Message Alert

    As you scroll through the list, the melodies are played. When you hear the melody you want for your message alert, press add to these melodies by accessing Panasonic’s website, importing melodies to your PC, and then downloading them to your phone. See “Personalizing Your Phone”...
  • Page 60: Vibration

    Chapter 6 Vibration See “Vibration Alert” on page 14 for information on how to set your ring alert to vibration. Warning Tone A warning tone is emitted when the battery charge is low, when attempting to automatically redial a number, and when powering on the phone. The Warning Tone setting allows you to turn some warning tones on and off.
  • Page 61: Recording A Voice Ring

    Recording a Voice Ring From standby, press Press to scroll to Tone Settings and press Scroll to Voice Ring and press Press (OK) to start recording your voice ring. • A start tone sounds and you can record any sound you like, for up to five seconds.
  • Page 62: Editing Or Creating A Custom Melody

    Chapter 6 Editing or Creating a Custom Melody Go to www.panasonic-club.com for additional melodies and examples of how to create your own custom melodies. From standby, press Scroll to Tone Settings and press Scroll to Ring Alert and press Scroll to Custom Melody and press...
  • Page 63 10 To stop playing the melody or to return to your composition, press (STOP). 11 To save your melody, press Example: Entering Notes Go to www.panasonic-club.com for examples of how to create your own custom melodies. (TEST). (SAVE). Chapter 6...
  • Page 64: Phone Settings

    Chapter 6 Phone Settings The Phone Settings menu allows you to set specific features according to your own preferences. Display Settings Backlight The backlight color can be set to Amber, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, or Teal. From standby, press Press Press Press To change the setting, scroll to another color and press...
  • Page 65: Answer Mode

    To change your standby screen to a picture, scroll to Picture and press (OK). Press (OK) again to select On. Scroll through the pictures on your display, and press you see the one you want for your standby screen. Note: A picture will replace the Date/Time screen only when you are in your wireless service provider’s home area.
  • Page 66: Time Settings

    Chapter 6 Note: When you purchase your phone, Quiet mode has the following settings: ring and key volume are muted; vibration alert is on; ring and message alerts are set to General ring 1; and warning tones are turned off. Because you can modify the settings in both Normal mode and Quiet mode, you could change the ring and key volume settings in Quiet mode to maximum volume;...
  • Page 67 Caution: Do not leave the phone without an attached battery during the time set for an alarm. Doing so could harm the phone’s internal battery. From standby, press Scroll to Phone Settings and press Scroll to Time Settings and press Scroll to Alarm Settings and press •...
  • Page 68: Answer Key

    Chapter 6 Note: If the phone is turned off at the time set for the alarm, the phone turns on and the alarm is activated. The phone remains on until you turn it off. The alarm alert lasts for 40 seconds. To stop the alarm, press any key.
  • Page 69: Miscellaneous Menu

    Miscellaneous Menu Model Type To find out which model type your phone is, follow these steps: From standby, press Scroll to Phone Settings and press Scroll to Miscellaneous and press To select Model Type, press Press (OK) to return to standby. Emergency Call Note: When you purchase your phone, the Emergency Call feature that lets you call 911 by simply pressing and holding...
  • Page 70: Dtmf Duration

    Chapter 6 DTMF Duration The tone you hear when you press a key on your keypad is called a “DTMF” tone. Most phone services and answering machines require the phone to transmit this tone when a digit key is pressed. This menu setting allows you to shorten or lengthen the time the tone is emitted.
  • Page 71 Phonebook Search Method By Last Name Tone Settings Normal Mode Audio (Voice) Volume Ring Volume Key Volume Ring Alert General ring 1 Message Alert General ring 1 Vibration Warning Tone Phone Settings Display Backlight Green Contrast Level 3 Standby Screen Date/Time set to On Picture set to Off Answer Mode...
  • Page 72: Security Options

    A lock code is necessary to activate these features. Panasonic recommends changing the preset lock code, which is in effect when you purchase your phone, to a code of your own.
  • Page 73: Locking Incoming Calls

    Locking Incoming Calls From the Call Lock menu, press To change the setting, scroll to the other option and press When prompted, enter the lock code, and press Note: Call Waiting (see page 63) will not function when Incoming Lock is On. If you have subscribed to Voice Mail (see “Voice Mail”...
  • Page 74: Power-On Lock

    Chapter 6 Power-On Lock When Power-On Lock is activated, the phone locks automatically whenever powered off and restricts unauthorized use. When the phone is powered on again, you are required to enter the lock code. To temporarily deactivate this feature, see “Deactivating the Power-On Lock from Standby”.
  • Page 75: Chapter 7: Service Provider Features

    Service Provider Features Several features on your phone are available only if you sign up for them with your wireless service provider. If you do not have one of the services listed below, contact your wireless service provider for more information. Caller ID This feature displays the phone number of the person calling you.
  • Page 76: Text Messaging

    • The Compose menu is displayed with a check mark next to Send To and Message, indicating that both these fields have been completed. If your message is not being sent to another EB-TX310 phone, skip to step Adding a Picture...
  • Page 77: Adding A Melody

    Exit and press Caution: You can include a picture or a melody with a message only to another EB-TX310 phone. If you send a picture or a melody with a message to a phone other than an EB-TX310, your message will be delivered, but it may contain extraneous characters.
  • Page 78: Reading New Text Messages

    Chapter 7 To delete all messages in the Inbox or Outbox, scroll to Delete All and press on page 69. To look at messages in the Outbox, scroll to Outbox and press (OK). See “Viewing Outbox Messages” on page 68. Reading New Text Messages When a new text message is received an alert sounds, unless you have selected None from the Message Alert menu (see “Selecting a Message...
  • Page 79: Replying To A Text Message (Inbox Only)

    To forward the message, see “Forwarding a Text Message” on page 67. To lock the message, see “Locking a Text Message” on page 67. To delete the message, see “Deleting a Text Message” on page 68. To call a number shown in the message, see “Calling Back a Text Message”...
  • Page 80: Deleting A Text Message

    Chapter 7 Deleting a Text Message Note: To delete a locked message in the Inbox, you must use the following steps. Locked messages will not be deleted by selecting Delete All from the Text Message menu. With the message selected or displayed, press Scroll to Delete, and press Press Calling Back a Text Message...
  • Page 81: Deleting All Inbox Or Outbox Messages

    To lock or unlock the message, scroll to Lock/Unlock and press (OK). See “Locking a Text Message” on page 67. To delete the message, scroll to Delete and press “Deleting a Text Message” on page 68. To send the message, scroll to Send and press •...
  • Page 82: Viewing Your Group Lists

    (work number), e-mail address). (FINISH). (YES) to save the entry or (OPTION). (OK) and follow the instructions from in “Editing a Group List”. (OK). Follow the instructions in “Composing (cell phone number), (other (NO) to cancel it. (OK). (VIEW). (OK). (YES).
  • Page 83: Editing A Group List

    Editing a Group List From the Text Message menu, scroll to Group Lists and press (OK). Scroll to Edit and press Scroll to the one you want to edit and press To change or delete an entry, scroll to the entry and press (SELECT).
  • Page 84: Saving And Deleting Voice Mail

    Chapter 7 Saving and Deleting Voice Mail Saving and deleting voice mail is a function of your wireless service provider. Once you call your voice mailbox, follow the instructions given by your wireless service provider. Resetting the Voice Mailbox Number Caution: Do not reset your voice mailbox number if it is preprogrammed by your wireless service provider.
  • Page 85: Chapter 8: System Settings

    System Settings This chapter contains information about settings in the System Settings menu. You should not have to change these settings. The procedures in this chapter are provided for technically knowledgeable users. Caution: Before making any changes to these settings, contact your wireless service provider.
  • Page 86: Searching For Available Systems

    Chapter 8 Searching for Available Systems Your phone’s search default is set to Normal, which means it automatically searches for available network systems, and then selects the appropriate one. It will default to this setting every time you turn on your phone, even when you have changed the search setting.
  • Page 87: Appendix A: Before Requesting Help

    If your problem persists, please contact your wireless service provider or visit Panasonic’s website at www.panasonic.com. (In Canada, visit www.panasonic.ca.)
  • Page 88 Appendix A Problems and Solutions Problem Battery will not The ambient air recharge temperature exceeds 104°F (40°C) or is less than 32°F (0°C). Contact between your battery and recharger is incomplete. The battery has not been charged for a long time and has been deeply discharged.
  • Page 89 Problems and Solutions Problem Missing incoming Ring volume may be set calls to silent. Phone was not programmed correctly by dealer or carrier. Calls dropped/ You are outside of a disconnected cellular service area. inadvertently Phone automatically disconnects calls when the battery level is low.
  • Page 90 Appendix A Problems and Solutions Problem Unable to access Voice Mail phone number Voice Mailbox is not programmed into phone. DTMF tones may be set to short instead of long. Voice Mail service is not activated. Unable to set a The feature you are subscriber feature trying to set is not offered...
  • Page 91: Appendix B: Phone Accessories

    Phone Accessories A variety of accessories are available for your Panasonic phone. Contact your local wireless service provider to purchase Genuine Panasonic accessories. Note: Replacement antennas are available from Panasonic. In the U.S., call 1 (800) 833-9626. In Canada, contact your cellular dealer.
  • Page 92: Eb-Hf300Ez Handsfree Car Kit

    Appendix B EB-TX310 Accessories (cont.) TTY Cable EB-WA300 Car Holder EB-KA300 EB-HF300EZ Handsfree Car Kit DC Adapter EB-CD300 80 Phone Accessories Belt Clip EB-YK300 Private Handsfree Headset EB-EM310 Private Handsfree Headset EB-EM310 Car Holder EB-KA300...
  • Page 93: Appendix C: Consumer Update

    Consumer Update & Consumer Update on Mobile Phones (Published by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, October 20, 1999.) FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is known--and what remains unknown--about whether these products can pose a hazard to health, and what can be done to minimize any potential risk.
  • Page 94 The cells in this assay showed changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24 hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for this long resulted in heating. Since this assay is known to be sensitive to heating, heat alone could have caused the abnormalities to occur.
  • Page 95 individual’s cancer arose because of the phone, or whether it would have happened anyway. A key question is whether the risk of getting a particular form of cancer is greater among people who use mobile phones than among the rest of the population. One way to answer that question is to compare the usage of mobile phones among people with brain cancer with the use of mobile phones among appropriately matched people without brain cancer.
  • Page 96 Appendix C Where can I find additional information? For additional information, see the following websites: • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program (select “Information on Human Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular and PCD Radio Transmitters”): http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-lonizing Radiation Protection (select Qs &...
  • Page 97: Index

    Index Accessories 79 Accessory connector 7 Adjusting voice volume 20 Alarm clock, using your phone as 54 Alarm, setting 54 Alert mode 53 Alert settings custom melody 49 message alert type 47 ring alert 13 vibration alert 14 Answered calls 40 Answering calls 19 Answering your phone key options 22...
  • Page 98 Fixing phone problems (cont.) lock code lost or forgotten 77 missing incoming calls 77 No Service is displayed 76 other party unable to hear you 78 phone won’t turn on 75 TTY device does not work 78 unable to access Voice Mailbox 78 unable to place calls 77 unable to receive calls 76 unable to set a subscriber feature 78...
  • Page 99 Pause key 8 Pauses programming in phone number 35 Phone description 7 Phone settings alarm setting 55 alert mode 53 answer key 22 answer mode 53 display 52 DTMF duration 58 emergency call 57 languages 56 model type 57 time setting 12 TTY mode 57 warning tone 56 welcome screen 56...
  • Page 100 Talk time 6 Three-way calling 63 Time and date settings changing 12 Tone settings keypad volume 46 message alert 47 ring alert 13 ring volume 13 vibration alert 14 warning tone 48 TTY mode setting on and off 57 Unanswered (missed) calls 22 Vibration alert, setting 14 Viewing group lists 70 Viewing your phone number 37...
  • Page 102 PANASONIC TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS COMPANY Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America Two Panasonic Way, Panazip 7B-5, Secaucus, NJ 07094 www.panasonic.com PANASONIC CANADA INC. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, ON L4W 2T3 www.panasonic.ca © 2001 by Matsushita Communication Industrial Co. Ltd. All rights reserved.