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Charge the battery for about 15 hours before initial use.
Panasonic World Wide Web address: http://www.panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico
2.4GHz Digital Cordless Answering System
Operating Instructions
Model No.
KX-TG2257S
KX-TG2257PW
Pulse-or-tone dialing capability
KX-TG2257S
Caller ID Compatible

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  • Page 1 Model No. KX-TG2257PW Pulse-or-tone dialing capability KX-TG2257S Caller ID Compatible PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE. Charge the battery for about 15 hours before initial use. Panasonic World Wide Web address: http://www.panasonic.com for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico...
  • Page 2 Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic cordless telephone. Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on page 88 before use. Read and understand all instructions. Caller ID and Call Waiting Service, where available, are telephone company services. After subscribing to Caller ID, this phone will display a caller’s name and phone number.
  • Page 3: For Best Performance

    For Best Performance Battery Charge A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery powers the handset. Charge the battery for about 15 hours before initial use (p. 14). Base Unit Location/Noise Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset using wireless radio waves. For maximum distance and noise-free operation, the recommended base unit location is: In a HIGH and CENTRAL location Away from electrical appliances...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preparation Location of Controls ..............6 Displays................... 9 Settings ...................13 Connections ..................13 Installing the Battery in the Handset ..........14 Battery Charge ................14 Dialing Mode .................16 Line Mode ..................17 Programmable Functions ..............18 Auto Talk Feature .................19 Ringer Volume ................20 Ringer Pattern ................21 LCD Contrast ................22 Preparing the Answering System..........23 Greeting Message.................23...
  • Page 5 Editing ...................53 Erasing ..................54 Intercom ..................55 Transferring a Call Using the Intercom .........56 Special Features................57 Automatic Security Code Setting ..........57 Temporary Tone Dialing (For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) ........57 Muting Your Conversation ............57 For Call Waiting Service Users .............58 How to Use the PAUSE Button (For Analog PBX Line/Long Distance Service Users)....58 FLASH Button ................59...
  • Page 6: Location Of Controls

    Location of Controls Base unit Display (p. 12) Antenna (p. 3, 13) Hook (p. 74, 75) IN USE/CHARGE Indicator (p. 14) Charge Contacts (p. 15) (AUTO/PROGRAM) Button (p. 45, 46) (REDIAL/PAUSE) Button (p. 35, 58) (HOLD/LOCATOR/INTERCOM) (FLASH/CALLÒWAIT) Button (p. 35, 55) Button (p.
  • Page 7 Button (p. 61) (MESSAGEÒPLAYBACK/SLOW!TALK) Button (p. 23) (GREETING) Button and Indicator (ANSWERÒON) (p. 60, 64) Button (p. 24, 64) (ERASE) Button (p. 65) (MEMO) MESSAGE PLAYBACK Indicator (p. 61, 65) Button (p. 23, 62) (STOP) Button (p. 57) (TONE) Button (p. 62) (SKIP) MIC (Microphone) (p.
  • Page 8 Location of Controls Handset Back side Antenna Speaker Receiver (p. 33) (p. 30) Display (p. 9) Button (p. 57) (MUTE) Button (CALLER!IQ) (FUNCTION/2WAYÒREC) (p. 11, 85, 86, 87) Button Button (OFF) (p. 18, 25, 42, 48, 65) (p. 18, 25, 30, 38, 55, 72) Headset Jack (p.
  • Page 9: Displays

    Displays Both the handset and the base unit show you instructions and information on the displays. These display prompts are shown below. Handset display The battery needs to be charged. Place the handset on the base unit to charge the battery Recharge (p.
  • Page 10 Displays The handset has lost communication with the No link to base base unit. Place the handset on the base unit Place on cradle and try again. and try again. This is a name from the Caller List. SMITH,JACK The display shows: 1-222-333-4444 —...
  • Page 11 When trying to store an item or Caller List information in the directory, the directory Directory full memory is full (p. 43, 48). While programming procedure, the handset has lost communication with the base unit. Move Save error closer to the base unit and try again. The handset is operating the answering system Remote remotely (p.
  • Page 12 Displays Base unit display The clock needs adjusting (p. 26). Your greeting or memo message was not recorded correctly. Record it again (p. 23, 65). The unit is in the answering system programming mode. The speaker volume level is set to “5”. You can select: —9 levels (0–8) are available while using the answering system (p.
  • Page 13: Settings

    AC Adaptor Raise the antenna. •USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQLV1 (Order No. PQLV1Z). •The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.) •To connect a standard telephone on the same line, see page 78.
  • Page 14: Installing The Battery In The Handset

    Settings Installing the Battery in the Handset Insert the battery into the handset as shown, matching the correct polarity (#). Press the battery down until it places into the compartment ($). When finished, close the cover. Battery Charge Place the handset on the base unit and charge for about 15 hours before initial use.
  • Page 15: Battery Information

    •If you DO NOT recharge the handset battery for more than 15 minutes, the display will keep indicating “Recharge” and/or “ ” will continue to flash. Battery information After your Panasonic battery is fully charged (p. 14): Operation Operating time Up to 5 hours...
  • Page 16: Dialing Mode

    Settings Dialing Mode If you have touch tone service, set to “Tone”. If rotary or pulse service is used, set to “Pulse”. Your phone comes from the factory set to “Tone”. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 17: Line Mode

    Line Mode If the line is connected to a low voltage system such as a PBX, set to “B”. Your phone comes from the factory set to “A”. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 18: Programmable Functions

    Programmable Functions You can program the following function items using the handset near the base unit. The display shows the programming instructions. See the corresponding pages for function details. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 19: Auto Talk Feature

    Auto Talk Feature The Auto Talk feature allows you to answer a call by lifting the handset off the base unit without pressing . If you want to use this feature, turn the feature ON by programming. Your phone comes from the factory set to OFF.
  • Page 20: Ringer Volume

    Programmable Functions Ringer Volume You can program the handset or base unit ringer volume to HIGH, LOW or OFF. If set to OFF, the handset or base unit will not ring. Your phone comes from the factory set to HIGH. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 21: Ringer Pattern

    Ringer Pattern You can select the handset or the base unit ringer pattern out of 6 patterns. When an incoming call is being received, the unit rings in the selected pattern. Your phone comes from the factory set to 1. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 22: Lcd Contrast

    Programmable Functions LCD Contrast You can program the handset LCD contrast (5 levels). To make the handset display clearer, set to high level. Your phone comes from the factory set to level 3. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 23: Preparing The Answering System

    Preparing the Answering System Greeting Message You can record a personal greeting message of up to 2 minutes. If a greeting message is not recorded, one of two pre-recorded greetings will be played when a call is received (p. 24). All messages (greeting, incoming, memo, etc.) are stored in digital memory (p.
  • Page 24 Preparing the Answering System To check the recorded greeting message Press (GREETING). To erase the recorded greeting message Press , and then press while the message is being (GREETING) (ERASE) played. •The unit will answer a call with a pre-recorded greeting. Pre-recorded greeting message If you do not record a greeting message (p.
  • Page 25: Programming Summary For Answering System

    Programming Summary for Answering System You can program the following functions using the handset near the base unit. The display shows the programming instructions. See the corresponding pages for function details. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 26: Day And Time

    Preparing the Answering System Day and Time Voice Day/Time Stamp: During playback, a synthesized voice will announce the day and time that each message was recorded. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 27 If a power failure occurs, the time may be shifted. When “ ” flashes on the base unit display, reprogram the current day/time. To check the day/time Repeat steps 1 to 5 on page 26. •The base unit announces the current day/time displayed on the handset. When finished, press (OFF).
  • Page 28: Caller's Recording Time

    Preparing the Answering System Caller’s Recording Time You can select “1 minute”, “2 minutes”, “3 minutes” or “Greeting only” for the caller’s recording time. Your phone comes from the factory set to “3 minutes”. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 29: Number Of Rings

    Number of Rings You can select the number of times the unit rings before the answering system answers a call, from “2” to “7” or “Toll saver” Your phone comes from the factory set to “4”. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 30: Making Calls

    Making Calls Handset Back side Speaker Display (OFF) (HOLD/INTERCOM/CLEAR) (REDIAL/PAUSE) Microphone Press Talk Dial a phone number. Talk •The dialed number is displayed. 1112222 •After a few seconds, the display will show the length of the call and the battery strength. Talk 00-00-00 To hang up, press...
  • Page 31 To have a hands-free phone conversation (Using Digital Duplex Speakerphone) Press SP-phone Dial a phone number. SP-phone •The dialed number is displayed. 1112222 •After a few seconds, the display will show the length of the call and the battery strength. SP-phone 00-00-00 When the other party answers, talk into the...
  • Page 32 Making Calls To dial after confirming the entered number Dial a phone number. 3334444 •If you misdial, press (HOLD/INTERCOM/CLEAR). One digit is erased. Dial the correct phone number. Press was pressed. Talk To have a hands-free phone conversation, 3334444 press , and when the other party answers, talk into the microphone.
  • Page 33: Lighted Handset Keypad

    To adjust the receiver volume (HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW) or speaker volume (6 levels) while talking To increase, press Ñ To decrease, press Ö •The display will return to the length of the call. While using Loud •Each time you press Ö HIGH Ñ, the volume level will change among 3 levels (HIGH,...
  • Page 34: Base Unit (digital Duplex Speakerphone)

    Making Calls Base Unit (Digital Duplex Speakerphone) (HOLD/LOCATOR/INTERCOM) (REDIAL/PAUSE) (SP-PHONE) and Indicator VOLUME Press (SP-PHONE) •The SP-PHONE indicator lights. Dial a phone number. When the other party answers, talk into the MIC (microphone). To hang up, press (SP-PHONE) •The indicator light goes out. •To switch to the handset while using the base unit speakerphone: —If the handset is off the base unit, press —If on the base unit, just lift up.
  • Page 35 Hands-free Digital Duplex Speakerphone For best performance, please note the following: •Talk alternately with the caller in a quiet room. •If the other party has difficulty hearing you, press VOLUME to decrease the speaker volume. •If the other party’s voice from the speaker cuts in/out during a conversation, press VOLUME to decrease the speaker volume.
  • Page 36: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls When a call is received, the unit rings and “Incoming call” is displayed and the IN USE/CHARGE indicator on the base unit flashes. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the calling party information will be displayed after the first ring (p. 37). In order to view the Caller ID information, please wait until the second ring to answer a call.
  • Page 37: Caller Id Service

    Caller ID Service This unit is compatible with a Caller ID service offered by your telephone company. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the calling party’s information will be shown on the handset after the first ring. The unit can record information of up to 30 different callers, including the time and date received and the number of times called, in the Caller List.
  • Page 38: Using The Caller List

    Using the Caller List If you have received new calls, “Received calls” will be displayed while the unit is not in use. Handset off the base unit Handset on the base unit Received calls Received calls Viewing the Caller List To check who has called, follow the steps below.
  • Page 39 Ex. When you search from the most recent call: Press to enter the Caller List. Ö or Ñ 2 new calls =Directory Press Ö •If there is no name information for a SMITH,JACK caller, the display will only show the 1-222-333-4444 phone number.
  • Page 40: Calling Back From The Caller List

    Using the Caller List Calling Back from the Caller List Press to enter the Caller List. Ö Ñ 3 new calls =Directory Scroll to the desired caller by pressing Ö TURNER,CINDY Ñ 1-234-456-7890 ✕ 11:20A JAN12 was pressed. Press •The displayed phone number is dialed Talk automatically.
  • Page 41: Editing The Caller's Phone Number

    Editing the Caller’s Phone Number You can edit a phone number into one of 3 patterns (see below a, b, and c on this page) to call back or store it into the directory. The Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature (p. 42) This feature will allow the unit to edit a Caller ID number into one of 3 patterns you desired for you automatically in the Caller List.
  • Page 42: The Caller Id Number Auto Edit Feature

    Using the Caller List The Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature There are 3 patterns of phone number (a, b, and c, p. 41). This feature allows your phone to automatically edit an in-coming Caller ID number into one pattern you preferred, and display the Caller ID number with that pattern on the handset automatically.
  • Page 43: Storing Caller List Information In The Directory

    Storing Caller List Information in the Directory You can store phone numbers that are in the Caller List into the directory. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit. Press to enter the Caller List. Ö...
  • Page 44: Erasing Caller List Information

    Using the Caller List Erasing Caller List Information After checking the Caller List, you can erase some or all of the entries. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit. To erase a specific caller from the Caller List Press to enter the Caller List.
  • Page 45: Speed Dialer

    Speed Dialer Storing Phone Numbers You can store up to 10 phone numbers in the base unit. The dialing buttons ( ) function as memory stations. Make sure the unit is not being used. Press (AUTO/PROGRAM) •The IN USE/CHARGE Memory Station Numbers indicator flashes.
  • Page 46: Dialing A Stored Number

    Speed Dialer Dialing a Stored Number Press (SP-PHONE). •The SP-PHONE indicator lights. Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). Press a memory station number ( •The stored number is dialed. •Numbers stored in the base unit can only be dialed from the base unit.
  • Page 47: Directory

    Directory You can store up to 50 names and phone numbers in the directory using the handset. All directory items are sorted by the first word in alphabetical order. Using the directory, you can make a call by selecting a name on the handset display.
  • Page 48 Directory Press (FUNCTION/2WAY!REC) -------------- Save directory Ringer volume Press at “Save directory”. á Directory= •The display shows the number of stored items 20 items in the directory. Enter a name, up to 15 characters with the Enter name dialing buttons, Ü...
  • Page 49: Entering Names And Symbols

    FUNCTION / MUTE OPENLCR 2WAY REC Entering Names and Symbols The handset dialing buttons ( EDIT Ü CLEAR can be used to enter letters and symbols. á HOLD SP - PHONE INTERCOM The letters are printed on the dialing buttons. REPE PEAT SKIP...
  • Page 50 Directory For example, to enter “Tom Jones”: Press (FUNCTION/2WAY!REC) -------------- Save directory Ringer volume Press at “Save directory”. á Directory= 20 items Enter name =Next Press four times. Press three times, then press á move the cursor to the right. Press Press twice to enter a blank.
  • Page 51: Finding Stored Items

    Finding Stored Items You can search the directory using the handset. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit. Press to enter the directory list. Ü á Directory list =Caller’s list •You can go to the Caller List by pressing á...
  • Page 52: Dialing

    Directory Index table Keys Index Keys Index Other symbols, 1 M, N, O, 6 A, B, C, 2 P, Q, R, S, 7 D, E, F, 3 T, U, V, 8 G, H, I, 4 W, X, Y, Z, 9 J, K, L, 5 Dialing Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the...
  • Page 53: Editing

    Editing Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit. Press to enter the directory list. Ü á Press Ö Ñ •The first item is displayed. Scroll to the directory item you want to Jane change by pressing , and press...
  • Page 54: Erasing

    Directory Erasing Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit. Press to enter the directory list. Ü á Press Ö Ñ •The first item is displayed. Scroll to the directory item that you want to Helen erase by pressing Ö...
  • Page 55: Intercom

    Intercom A 2-way intercom is possible between the handset and the base unit. Paging the base unit from the handset Handset: Press (HOLD/INTERCOM/CLEAR) Talk to the paged party after the beeps. •“Intercom” is displayed. (OFF) Base unit: When the other party’s voice is heard, answer using the MIC.
  • Page 56: Transferring A Call Using The Intercom

    Intercom During an intercom call: •If the handset user has difficulty hearing the base unit user, decrease the base unit speaker volume by pressing VOLUME •If an incoming call is received, the intercom call stops and the unit starts to ring.
  • Page 57: Special Features

    Special Features (FUNCTION/2WAY!REC) (MUTE/RINGER) (TONE) (MUTE) (OFF) (TONE) (REDIAL/PAUSE) (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) (REDIAL/PAUSE) (FLASH/CALLÒWAIT) Automatic Security Code Setting Each time you place the handset on the base unit, the unit automatically selects one of more than a million security codes. These codes help prevent the unauthorized use of your telephone line by another cordless telephone user.
  • Page 58: For Call Waiting Service Users

    Special Features For Call Waiting Service Users Press if you hear (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) (FLASH/CALL!WAIT) a call-waiting tone while talking. •The first call is put on hold and you can answer the second call. •To return to the first caller, press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) (FLASH/CALL!WAIT) again.
  • Page 59: Flash Button

    FLASH Button Pressing allows (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) (FLASH/CALL!WAIT) you to use special features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call or accessing special telephone services (optional) such as call waiting. •Pressing (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) or (FLASH/CALL!WAIT) causes to release following operations: —temporary tone dialing, —muting your conversation, or —recording your conversation.
  • Page 60: Automatic Answering Operation

    Automatic Answering Operation When the unit answers a call, a greeting message is played and the caller’s message is recorded. •The total recording time (including greeting message) is about 15 minutes. If messages are recorded in noisy rooms, the time may be shortened by up to 3 minutes.
  • Page 61: Listening To Messages

    Listening to Messages You can see the total number of recorded messages on the base unit display. If MESSAGE PLAYBACK indicator flashes, new messages have been recorded. To play back messages, press (MESSAGEÒPLAYBACK/SLOW!TALK) (MESSAGE!PLAYBACK/SLOW!TALK) When you have new messages: During playback, the unit announces the number of the display shows new messages and only new...
  • Page 62 Listening to Messages During playback To repeat Press (REPEAT) •If you press within 5 seconds of playback, the previous message message will be played. To skip Press (SKIP) message To stop Press (STOP) •To resume playback, press operation (MESSAGE!PLAYBACK/SLOW!TALK). •If you do not press any button for 60 seconds or if you press (STOP) again, the playback mode will be canceled.
  • Page 63: From The Handset

    From the Handset If someone else is in the room and you want to listen to the recorded messages privately, you can use the handset. Handset: Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) •The number of new messages is heard on the handset. •“Remote operation” will be displayed. Base unit: To listen to messages: Press...
  • Page 64: Erasing Messages

    Erasing Messages The unit will announce the remaining recording time after playback, if it is less than 5 minutes. New messages cannot be recorded when: —“Memory full” is heard. —“ ” is displayed on the base unit. FULL —the ANSWER ON indicator flashes rapidly. Erase some, or all, of the messages.
  • Page 65: Recording A Memo Message

    Recording a Memo Message You may record a personal message in memory. Press (MEMO) (STOP) •A long beep sounds. (MEMO) After the beep, talk clearly approximately 8 inches (20 cm) away from the MIC. •The base unit display shows the elapsed recording time.
  • Page 66: Remote Operation From A Touch Tone Phone

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone You can operate the answering system from any touch tone phone. A synthesized voice menu will guide you on how to operate the unit (p. 68). •To skip the voice menu and operate the unit directly, see page 70.
  • Page 67: Remote Code

    Remote Code The remote code prevents unauthorized people from accessing your unit and listening to your messages. Choose any 2-digit number (00–99). The factory preset remote code is “11”. If you do not program your own remote code, you can use “11”. Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
  • Page 68: Voice Menu

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone Voice Menu The shaded boxes are voice prompts. Press Press 1 to play back all messages. All message Press 2 for other functions. playback. Press Press Press 1 to play back new messages. New message Press 2 for other functions.
  • Page 69 All Message Playback All recorded messages are played back. At the end of the last message, “End of final message” is heard. The unit will announce the remaining recording time if it is less than 5 minutes. New Message Playback Only new messages are played back.
  • Page 70: Direct Remote Operation

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone Direct Remote Operation Once you have entered the remote code, you can also control your unit by direct commands instead of using the voice menu. To end the remote operation, hang up anytime. Direct commands •Only new messages are played back.
  • Page 71: Turning On The Answering System

    •The current message is erased. ERASING A (*) (4) •A short beep will sound and the next SPECIFIC MESSAGE message will be played. (During playback) •All recorded messages are erased. ERASING ALL (*) (5) •A long beep sounds and “No messages” is MESSAGES heard.
  • Page 72: Remote Operation With The Handset

    Remote Operation with the Handset You can operate your answering system with the handset. The announcements and recorded (OFF) messages can only be heard with the handset. (FLASH/CALLÒWAIT/PLAYBACK) Summary of remote operation Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/PLAYBACK) •The number of new messages is heard. •“Remote operation”...
  • Page 73: Direct Commands

    Direct commands •Only new messages are played back. NEW MESSAGE PLAYBACK •All messages are played back. ALL MESSAGE PLAYBACK •The current message is repeated. REPEAT •If you press within 5 seconds of (During playback) playback, the previous message will be played.
  • Page 74: Wall Mounting

    Wall Mounting This unit can be mounted on a wall phone plate. Push the hook and turn it around. Turn the hook until a click is heard. Connect the AC adaptor. To Power Outlet Tuck the telephone line cord inside the wall mounting adaptor, then push it in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 75 Connect the telephone line cord. Mount the unit, then slide down. •Raise the antenna. •Fasten the telephone line cord to prevent it from being disconnected. Hooks To charge the handset battery: Fix the charge contacts (#) and insert the hook to the handset hole ($). •The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights.
  • Page 76: Belt Clip

    Optional Headset Plugging an optional headset into the handset allows a hands-free phone conversation. Please use only a Panasonic KX-TCA88 or KX-TCA90 headset. To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2. Connecting an optional headset to the handset Open the headset jack cover, and connect an optional headset to the headset jack as shown below.
  • Page 77: Battery Replacement

    Battery Replacement If “Recharge” is displayed and/or “ ” flashes after being fully charged, replace the battery with a new Panasonic N4HKGMA00001 (P-P511) battery. To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2. Press the notch on the handset cover firmly and slide it as indicated by the arrow.
  • Page 78: Adding Another Phone

    Adding Another Phone This unit will not function during a power failure. To connect a standard telephone on the same line, use the Panasonic T-adaptor KX-J66. To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2. Standard Telephone Single-Line Telephone Jack...
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Cordless Telephone Problem Remedy •You are too far from the base unit. Move “No link to base closer and try again. Place on cradle and •Place the handset on the base unit and try again.” is displayed and an alarm tone sounds. try again.
  • Page 80 Troubleshooting Problem Remedy •You need to subscribe to a Caller ID The unit does not display the caller’s name and/or phone service. •Other telephone equipment may be number. interfering with your phone. Disconnect it and try again. •Other electrical appliances connected to the same outlet may be interfering with the Caller ID information.
  • Page 81 Problem Remedy •Make sure that an optional headset is You cannot have a conversation using the connected properly (p. 76). • headset. may have been pressed. If “SP-phone” is displayed on the handset, press to continue the conversation with the headset. Answering System Problem Remedy...
  • Page 82 Troubleshooting Problem Remedy •Someone is operating the answering You cannot operate the answering system with the system. •You are too far from the base unit. handset. Move closer to the base unit. •The unit is recording a message. To answer the call, press •To answer the call, press While recording a greeting (SP-PHONE)
  • Page 83 •Call our customer call center at If you cannot solve your problem 1-800-211-PANA(7262). •Panasonic’s e-mail address for customer inquiries: consumerproducts@panasonic.com for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY •Place the handset on the base unit, lift...
  • Page 84: Openlcr Service For Caller Iq Feature

    openLCR Service for Caller IQ Feature The Caller IQ feature is compatible with service provided by openLCR. Important: • If you have any questions regarding the openLCR service, call openLCR’s customer service department at 1-866-openLCR (1-866-673-6527). • NEITHER KYUSHU MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (KME) NOR MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CORPORATION OF AMERICA (MECA) IS IN ANY WAY AFFILIATED WITH, OR RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF, OPENLCR.COM, INC.
  • Page 85: Setting Caller Iq To Off And On

    Setting Caller IQ to OFF and ON After the first download to your phone, the Caller IQ features are automatically turned on. If you need, you can turn off Caller IQ. To set Caller IQ to OFF (When Caller IQ is ON.) Press (CALLER!IQ) Press “1”...
  • Page 86: Downloading The Telephone Directory Data

    openLCR Service for Caller IQ Feature Downloading the Telephone Directory Data To edit your telephone directory, go to the openLCR web site to update your directory, and then download the data to your unit. Accessing the openLCR web site can be done from any computer with Internet access, such as your home, work, library, Internet cafe, etc.
  • Page 87: Information Download

    •You cannot access the openLCR server if a telephone or fax machine on the same phone line is in use. •While the unit is downloading the data from openLCR, the Call Waiting Service cannot be used. Information Download This enables you to view information such as weather, lottery results and stock quotes from the LCD display on your openLCR-ready unit.
  • Page 88: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions When using this unit, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal injury. 11. Read and understand all instructions. 12. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit. 13.
  • Page 89 CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions. 1. Use only the battery(ies) specified. 2. Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a fire. They may explode. Check with local waste management codes for special disposal instructions. 3.
  • Page 90: Fcc And Other Information

    FCC and Other Information If requested by the telephone company, inform them as follows: Registration No.............(found on the bottom of the unit) Ringer Equivalence ...................0.1B The particular telephone line to which the equipment is connected. This unit must not be connected to a coin operated line. If you are on a party line, check with your local telephone company.
  • Page 91 CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 92 If there is any trouble — disconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect a known working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, have your unit repaired by one of the authorized Panasonic Factory Service Centers. If the known working phone does not operate properly, consult your telephone company.
  • Page 93: Index

    Index A Accessories ........2 Intercom paging ......55 Answering calls ......36 L LCD contrast ....... 22 Auto talk ........ 19, 36 Lighted Handset Keypad....33 Automatic Security Code Setting . 57 Line mode ........17 B Backlit LCD ......... 33 Listen to messages ..61, 69, 70, 73 Base location.........
  • Page 94 •Send the unit to an authorized servicenter, prepaid and adequately insured. •Do not send your unit to the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company listed on the back cover or to executive or regional sales offices. These locations do not repair consumer products.
  • Page 96 1-800-211-PANA(7262) Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Sales Company, Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park...

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