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Panasonic 900 MHz User Manual

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User Guide
Section 775
900 Mhz DBS Series
Cordless Telephone
DBS 576-DBS 576HD
Version 5.0
Issued September 2001


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  • Page 1 User Guide Section 775 900 Mhz DBS Series Cordless Telephone DBS 576-DBS 576HD 545X03001B Version 5.0 Issued September 2001...
  • Page 2 Company (PTSC). Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document. However, due to ongoing product improvements and revisions, Panasonic cannot guarantee the accuracy of printed material after the date of publication nor can it accept responsibility for errors or omissions. Panasonic will update and revise this document as needed.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Checking Your Package Understanding Your Telephone Handset Overview ..... . . 3 Base Station Overview ....5 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Overview .
  • Page 5: Checking Your Package

    Checking Your Package Before reading the User Guide and using the Panasonic 900 MHz Cordless Telephone, take a few minutes to check the contents of your package. You should have the following: Handset Base Station with AC Adapter Wall Plate...
  • Page 6 Checking Your Package Two 500 mAH Rechargeable Batteries Belt Clip...
  • Page 7: Understanding Your Telephone

    Understanding Your Telephone Understanding Your Telephone ANDSET VERVIEW Please see page 4 for a description of your phone’s features and display keys.
  • Page 8 Understanding Your Telephone Function Ringer ON/OFF switch Message display Talk (talk) key FF-2 Key (programmable) FF1- Key (programmable) FF-5 Key (programmable) FF-6 Key (programmable) Numeric keypad Microphone Headset jack (2.5mm standard jack) Channel (chan) key Volume (vol) key FF-3 key (programmable) FF-4 key (programmable) Mute (MUTE) key Hold (HOLD) key...
  • Page 9: Base Station Overview

    TATION Understanding Your Telephone VERVIEW Function Cordless Button Cordless LED Status LED Desk LED Desk Button...
  • Page 10: Liquid Crystal Display (Lcd) Overview

    If a holding call isn’t detected, the LCD is cleared immediately after the base station is set to IDLE. If the 900 MHz handset is idle and a holding call is diconnected, the LCD goes blank.
  • Page 11: Handset Controls

    When the 900 MHz handset goes idle, the handset LCD is cleared. When the base station updates the second line of the LCD, the first line is also cleared. ANDSET ONTROLS Note: Operate this handset only when it is not in the charging unit.
  • Page 12 Understanding Your Telephone Condition Handset Inactive (standby mode) Action Ring type B (High) Ring type B (Low) Ring Off (Vibrate) LCD Display...
  • Page 13: Using Your Telephone

    Using Your Telephone SING When you pick up the handset and press TALK, you will see: Or you may see one of the following: Condition connection to base Channel busy If the base station is powered off, the handset will display: ANDSET Indicator...
  • Page 14: Answering An Incoming Call

    If the handset is out of the charging unit when you receive a call: • Press TALK or any key on the numeric keypad. LACING When making an outgoing call from the 900 MHz handset: • Press TALK. You will hear a dial tone. •...
  • Page 15: Switching Calls Between Telephones

    Switching a call from the 900 MHz handset to the key telephone To switch a call from the 900 MHz handset to the key telephone during an active call: 1. Press HOLD on the 900 MHz handset.
  • Page 16 • If you are on a active call on the 900 MHz handset and you press the desk button on the base station without first pressing the HOLD button on the key telephone, the transfer between phones waits until the call is completed.
  • Page 17: Programming Functions

    Programming Functions The 900 MHz handset has 6 function keys (FF1~FF6) that are programmable using the Program mode. Only 4 keys (FF1~FF4) have the capability of displaying LED indications therefore, they are the only keys that can be programmed as Feature Function (FF) keys.
  • Page 18 (SSD) and Personal Speed Dial ( PSD) addresses using the * and # keys. The TALK button must also be pressed for the pro- grammed FF keys to function. To enter the 900 MHz handset programming mode from idle, press the Location Anywhere...
  • Page 19 same time and hold for five seconds. You will hear a beep confirming you are in programming mode. After you have entered the programming mode, the handset will default to program the FF1 key. Note: You can scroll through key selections by pressing the "chan"...
  • Page 20 Programming Functions press the "0" key on the keypad to confirm your selection. Next, select the program function you would like to assign to the FF key you have just chosen, by pressing the vol and chan key to move through the selections.
  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    If your 900 MHz cordless telephone is not performing to your expectations, try these steps. If you are still unable to resolve the problems, contact your PBX Administrator. Note: Do not attempt to service this unit your- self. All service must be performed by qualified service personnel.
  • Page 22 Troubleshooting Problem Warning on and NO SERVICE message Warning on and NO DISPLAY INDICATION message Handset does not ring Suggestion • Move closer to the base. • Select a different channel on your handset. • Sealed lead-acid battery may be weak. Charge the battery for 5-6 hours.
  • Page 23: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories DDITIONAL CCESSORIES Charger and AC Leather Case Adapter Headset Key Telephone 500 mAH AC Adapter Rechargeable Battery...
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  • Page 25: Precautions

    Warning: This installation information is designed for experienced technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to install a product. Products powered by electricity should be installed or serviced only by experienced professional technicians.
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