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Playing Messages; Message Indicators; Play New Messages By Line; Play All Messages - Both Lines - Casio PhoneMate TA-180 Owner's Manual

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PLAYING MESSAGES

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MESSAGE INDICATORS

The TA-180 has a red MESSAGE INDICATOR
for each line. Each MESSAGE INDICATOR has
four settings:
1. OFF = The TA-180 machine is off.
2. ON (solid light) = The machine is on for
line 1 or 2 and there are no new or saved
messages for that line.
3. Quick flashing = New messages have been
received and not yet played for that line.
4. Slow flashing = Messages have been
played and saved for that line.
PLAY/PAUSE
2
NOTE:
The MESSAGE INDICATORS do not indicate messages
that may be stored in Message File. When messages
are stored in Message File, the message file icon will
appear in the display.
PLAY NEW MESSAGES
BY LINE
The digital display shows the total number of
messages received on each line (not including
messages stored in Message File). The
MESSAGE INDICATORS flash quickly to alert
you that new messages have been received
and not yet played.
GREETING 1 2
4 3
LINE 1 LINE 2
1
To listen to only new messages for a
NEW ONLY
specific line, press
will hear:
NEW
Press 1 or 2.
ONLY
2
PLAY/PAUSE 1
Press
PAUSE 2
. You will hear either:
PLAY/PAUSE
1
Four new line
OR
one messages.
New message one.
Tuesday, 3:45 p.m.
After the end of the last message,
3
"End" will appear in the display for
several seconds and you will hear:
GREETING 1 2
End
LINE 1 LINE 2
NOTES:
If the time and day have not been set, all messages
will be stamped with " Sunday 12:00 a.m ."
TA-180 will not answer calls during message
playback. The LINE 1 or LINE 2 SPEAKERPHONE
INDICATOR will intermittently flash red indicating an
incoming call. You may answer calls with
SPEAKERPHONE. All messages are saved.
Pressing NEW ONLY and then PLAY/PAUSE 1&2 will
play all new messages starting with Line 1, then Line
2, in the order they were received.
If Line 1 message count exceeds 19 messages,
"OVER" will be displayed.
PLAY/PAUSE
. You
PLAY/PAUSE
NEW
1 & 2
1
ONLY
PLAY/
PLAY ALL MESSAGES -
or
BOTH LINES COMBINED
The MESSAGE INDICATORS will either flash
slowly when messages have been played and
saved or flash quickly to indicate that new
messages have been received. The total
No new
number of new and saved messages for each
messages.
line (not including Message File) will appear
above LINE 1 and LINE 2 in the display.
Hi, this is Sue.
I was calling...
PLAY/PAUSE 1&2
1
Press
all new and saved messages for both
lines. You will hear either:
End of
messages .
No
messages.
All messages are played in the order
2
received starting with Line 1 messages.
The line will be announced once before
playing all messages on each line and
each message will be identified by
number, time and day.
After the end of the last message,
3
PLAY/PAUSE
"End" will appear in the display for
2
several seconds
and you will hear:
The MESSAGE INDICATORS will either flash
slowly when messages have been played and
saved or flash quickly to indicate that new
messages have been received. The total
number of new and saved messages for each
line (not including Message File) will appear
above LINE 1 and LINE 2 in the display.
1
to replay
PLAY/PAUSE
1 & 2
Four line
one messages.
OR
Message one.
Monday, 1:34 p.m.
Hi Mike, I'm
2
calling to ...
3
End of
messages.
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PLAY MESSAGES
LINE BY LINE
PLAY/PAUSE 1
Press either
or
PLAY/PAUSE 2
to play all new and
saved messages for each line
separately. You will hear either:
PLAY/PAUSE
1
Six line one messages.
OR
Message one.
No
Monday, 1:34 p.m.
messages.
Hi Mike, I'm
calling to ..."
All messages for Line 1 or Line 2 are
played in the order received and the
individual message number is
displayed during playback. The line will
be announced once before playing all
messages and each message will be
identified by number, time and day.
After the end of the last message,
"End" will appear in the display for
several seconds and you will hear:
End of
messages .

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