Motorola CT100 - Corded Telephone Quick Start Guide

Motorola CT100 - Corded Telephone Quick Start Guide


Motorola CT100 - Corded Telephone Quick Start Guide

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Getting started

Do not place your CT100 in the bathroom or other humid areas.


You need to place your CT100 base within reach of the telephone wall socket so that the cable will reach. The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be easily accessible. If you are wall mounting your phone please refer to the wall mount template over the page.

Connecting the handset and base

  1. Plug one end of the handset curly cord into the socket marked underside of the base and the other end into the socket at the bottom of the handset.
  2. Plug the telephone line cord into the socket marked
    Connecting the handset and base

Overview of your handset

Overview of your handset

  1. Earpiece
    To listen to your caller.
  2. Microphone
    To speak to your caller.
  3. Curly cord socket
    Where you plug in your curly cord.

Overview of the base

Overview of the base

  1. Hook switch
    Hangs up a call when pressed or when you replace the handset.
  2. Mute
    Speak to someone nearby without your caller hearing the conversation.
  3. R
    Recall used with switchboards / PABX. When on an external call, press to access a Call Waiting Line when a call waiting prompt signal is heard. Press again to toggle between the two calls.
  4. Redial
    Press to redial the last number called.
  5. Pause
    Press to enter a pause (P) when dialling numbers.
  6. Ringer switch
    Change the ringer volume.

Using the phone


Make a call
Lift the handset, when you hear the dial tone, dial the number.

End a call
Place the handset back on the base.

Receive a call
Lift the handset to answer the call.


You can mute your handset so that you can talk to someone nearby without your caller hearing.

  1. During a call, press and hold .
  2. Releaseagain to resume your call.


The last entry dialled is stored in the phone; the number can be up to 31 digits long.

To redial the last entry called, pick up the handset and press .

Ringer volume control

Switch the ringer volume between high (left) normal (middle) and low (right).


Recall is useful to access certain network services and PABX /switchboard services.

For more information about network services contact your network operator.

The recall mode preset in the CT100 is suitable for your country network.


No dial tone

  • Use only the telephone line cord supplied.
  • Check that the telephone line cord is connected properly.

Wall mounting

Before you wall-mount your CT100, check that you are not drilling into any hidden wiring or pipes. Before you drill, make sure the telephone line cable will reach the socket.

  1. Drill two holes in the wall 10cm apart vertically using an 8mm drill bit.
    Wall mounting

Documents / Resources

Download manual

Here you can download full pdf version of manual, it may contain additional safety instructions, warranty information, FCC rules, etc.

Download Motorola CT100 - Corded Telephone Quick Start Guide


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