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GE 21828 User Manual

Digital cordless telephone with dual mode caller id
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Precautions of Use
The quality of communication depends on the location and
environment of the base and the handset. The 21828 must be kept
away from sources of excessive heat (radiators, direct sunlight, etc.)
and protected against vibrations and dust. Never allow your telephone
to come into contact with water or other liquids or with aerosols. To
reduce the risk of interference and optimize reception, take particular
care to keep it away from the immediate vicinity of windows, large
metal objects, reinforced concrete, televisions, music centres, halogen
lamps or heating devices, fluorescent lighting, burglar alarms,
microwave ovens, computers, etc.
To clean the 21828, use a lightly moistened antistatic cloth
Information for DECT product:
TM
The 21828 telephone is compliant with the DECT
* standard. It is
designed to transmit and receive telephone calls and be connected to
the public telephone "Country" network.
*DECT is a trademark registered by ETSI.
Safety
In the event of danger, the mains adaptor acts as 230V power
isolating device. It should therefore, as a precaution, be installed
close to the appliance and be easily accessible.
If the mains adaptor fails, it must be replaced by an identical model.
If not connected to the mains power or if there is a mains power
failure, installations with cordless handsets will no longer work. You
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  • Page 1 Precautions of Use The quality of communication depends on the location and environment of the base and the handset. The 21828 must be kept away from sources of excessive heat (radiators, direct sunlight, etc.) and protected against vibrations and dust. Never allow your telephone to come into contact with water or other liquids or with aerosols.
  • Page 2: Battery Safety Precautions

    It is recommended that you avoid using this device during electrical storms. ATLINKS hereby declares that the 21828 conforms to the essential requirements and other applicable provisions of European directive 1999/5/CE. IMPORTANT: Because cordless phones operate on electricity, you should have one phone in your home that isn’t cordless, in case the...
  • Page 3: Installation

    Installation Packaging Contents Model name: 21828 Solo Base stations Handsets Power plugs Telephone line Batteries, type AAA, “1.2V 600mAh” Charging station Operating instructions optional optional Please check the contents of the package carefully. If anything is missing or shows signs of transport damage, do NOT put the telephone into service! In such a case, contact either your sales outlet with the purchase receipt.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getting Started Install and Charge the Battery Pack Insert two pieces AAA batteries in the compartment, ensuring correct polarity and close the compartment. Place the handset in the base station to charge for 14 hours prior for first use. If you don’t properly charge the phone, battery performance will be compromised.
  • Page 5: Menu Structure (Handset)

    Menu Structure (Handset) 1 CALL LOG 2 PHONE BOOK 1 NEW ENTRY ENTER NO ENTER NAME NORMAL RING 2 LIST ENTRY VIP RING 1-10 3 EDIT ENTRY 4 DELETE 5 DELETE ALL CONFIRM? VOLUME [- - - - - ] 3 HANDSET 1 RINGER EXT RINGER...
  • Page 6: Handset And Base Layouts

    Handset and Base Layouts Menu / down key / ▼ CID key / Asterisk key INT / OK INT / OK key Cancel Mute key Redial / Pause key /Up key / P /▲ External call key. Phone book key Flash key Hash key / lock key Paging...
  • Page 7: Lcd Display

    LCD Display Battery icon Phone icon External call icon Internal call icon CLI icon No ring icon Mute icon Key lock icon Aerial icon ▲ / ▼ Up / Down arrow Voice mail waiting indicator (VMWI icon) Using the Handset Telephone Using the telephone When the handset is inserted in the station charging unit, it starts to charge automatically.
  • Page 8: Taking Calls

    Press key to end the call. On hook dialing Dial the telephone number (delete any incorrect entries by pressing “C” key). Press key to carry out the conversation. Press key to end the call. VMWI/LED The VMWI/LED in the handset will flash when there are new voice message calls received.
  • Page 9: Changing The Receiver Volume

    Browse: Press key to browse through the CALL LOG memory. Call Back: Press key to call back. Delete: Press or hold “C” key two seconds to delete one or all the entries. Selection is made using key. Save: Press key to enter the subscribers in the phone book. Enter the name and press “INT/OK”...
  • Page 10: Handset Settings

    Store Entries Press key until the PHONE BOOK menu appears and press “INT/OK” key. Press key to select “NEW ENTRY” and press “INT/OK” key. Enter number (max. 25 digits) and press “INT/OK” key when finished. Enter name (max. 10 characters) and press “INT/OK” key when finished.
  • Page 11 Enter prefix number (e.g. access code of the subscriber you call most frequently). Press “INT/OK” key to confirm. Activating/Deactivating Automatic Call Answering The automatic call answering function enables the incoming call to be taken immediately when the handset is removed from the base station.
  • Page 12 Base Station Settings (using the Handset) Barring Calls The following options are available for selection for barring calls: Option Description DISABLE All telephone calls are possible. EXTERNAL All external calls are barred. NUMBER Define a number which should be barred, e.g. 0190 Press key until the BASE menu appears and press “INT/OK”...
  • Page 13: Changing The Pin

    Press key to select the required submenu and press “INT/OK” key. Press key to select the required dialing mode and press “INT/OK” key. Note: This Flash Time / Dialing mode is used only when dialing from handset. Use the Base switch when dialing from Base. Changing the PIN Press key until the BASE menu appears and press...
  • Page 14: General Product Care

    General Product Care Simply wipe the base station with a damp cloth or an antistatic wipe. Never use a dry cloth as this can cause static discharge. Troubleshooting Guide When you forget base PIN, following the procedure to Reset the units. ALL MEMORY AND SETTING WILL BE LOST.
  • Page 15: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity Model: CE21828GEX-A 00004917 (Rev. 2 E) 05-34 Printed in China...