Pause is convenient for use on a business
telephone system (i.e.; PBX) when an 8 or 9
must be dialed to reach an outside phone
line. This feature can also be used for a long
distance service (i.e.; Sprint, MCI) where you
have to wait for a second dial tone before you
Follow instructions for storing
autodial numbers on pages 13 and 14.
While storing autodial numbers, press
in the handset or
in the base after entering an outside
access digit or other number when a
pause is required. Each pause is two
seconds in length and counts as one
digit in the autodial memory.
Example: 9 P 1 2 1 3 5 5 5 1 2 1 2
PULSE IN AUTODIAL
You may store frequently dialed mixed tone/
pulse numbers in the autodial memory. This
will work when you have the TONE/PULSE
SWITCH on the base CP-1260 set to PULSE.
Follow instructions for storing autodial
numbers on pages 13 and 14.
During autodial programming, press
on the keypad) when the
following portion of the phone
number needs to be switched from
pulse to tone.
Example: 555-1212 3457
If you subscribe to a call waiting service and
you receive another call while using the
phone or speakerphone, press
the handset or base to answer the second
call. To return to the first call, press
again. You may switch between the two calls
until a caller hangs up.
FLASH may also be used on a business phone
system (CENTREX, PBX) for transferring calls.
Pressing TALK while on the handset or
SPEAKERPHONE while on the base during an active
call with either party will disconnect both parties.
The CP-1260 remembers the last number you
dialed. The redial memory will hold up to 32
digits. Every time you dial a new telephone
number, the redial memory is updated with
that new number.
and wait for a dial tone.
The last number dialed will be
If the recently dialed number exceeds 32 digits,
only the first 32 digits are retained for redialing.
The handset and base store redial information
separately. The last call made using the handset
will be stored in the handset and the last call made
using the base will be stored in the base.
Tone/pulse mixed dialing can only be used in
areas with pulse dialing service. The CP-1260
should be set to PULSE. If you live in a pulse
or rotary dialing area, you can use TONE to
access a long distance service (i.e., Sprint or
MCI), bank by phone or any other service that
requires touchtone dialing.
Dial a local telephone number in pulse
mode and wait for the line to connect.
on the keypad) to
temporarily change from pulse to
tone mode after the line is connected.
Dial the tone numbers. This could be a
special service or access number.
Hang up and the CP-1260 will
automatically return to the pulse mode.