LG 501C User Manual

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LG501C User Guide
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    LG501C User Guide - English Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.

  • Page 2: Phone Overview

    Phone Overview Earpiece Lets you hear the caller. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons. Left Option Key Use to access the Messaging menu from the standby screen, or the function immediately above it. Camera Key Press this key to open the Camera function. SEND Key Use to place or answer calls.

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    Earphone Jack Allows the use of a hands-free headset. Side Volume Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in standby mode and the earpiece volume during a call. Charger/Accessory Port Connects the phone to the battery charger or other available accessories. Camera Lens Used to take photos.

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    Phone Overview Internal Qwerty Keypad Your phone features a QWERTY keyboard, specifically designed for easy and comfortable text entry. The QWERTY keyboard uses a standard layout. Function Key Symbols/Speaker Key allows you enter the alternate lets you enter symbols character (such as $ for the W key) on the when composing text messages.

  • Page 5: Menus Overview, Menu Access

    Menus Overview Menu Access Menu to access the nine phone menus. There are two Press methods of accessing menus and submenus: Use the navigation key to highlight and select, or Press the number key that corresponds with the menu (or submenu). Prepaid Messages 9.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Menus Overview Games Voice Command Tools 1. Buy Games 1. Start Command 1. Calculator Chequered Flag 2. Command Mode 2. Ez Tip Calculator WordAttack 3. Announce Alert 3. World Clock 4. Train Word 4. Stopwatch Browser 5. Best Match 5. Unit Converter 1.

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    2. Display 4. Call Settings 1. Wallpaper 1. Answer Options 2. Backlight 2. Auto Retry 3. Auto Keyguard 3. One Touch Dial 4. Menu Style 4. Airplane Mode 5. Languages 5. TTY Mode (Idiomas) 5. System 6. Clocks & 1. Network Calendar 2.

  • Page 8: Getting Started With Your Phone, The Battery, Charging The Battery

    Getting Started with Your Phone The Battery The phone comes with a rechargeable battery. The battery charge level is shown at the top of the LCD screen. Note It is important to fully charge the Removing the Battery battery before initial use of the phone.

  • Page 9: Battery Charge Level

    displaying a warning message. If the battery charge level becomes exceedingly low, the phone automatically switches off and Notice any function in progress is not saved. Please make sure that the 'B' Side faces up Turning the Phone On and Off before inserting a charger or data cable into the charger port of your phone.

  • Page 10: Signal Strength

    Getting Started with Your Phone Signal Strength Screen Icons Call quality depends on the To see the icon glossary, go to Menu - > Settings - > signal strength in your area. The Phone Info - > Icon signal strength is indicated on Glossary on your phone.

  • Page 11: Correcting Dialing Mistakes, Redialing Calls, Receiving Calls

    Correcting Dialing Mistakes To choose answer options: Menu Settings If you make a mistake while -> -> dialing a number, press Call Settings Answer once to erase the last digit -> Options entered, or hold down at least 2 seconds to go to the Choose from the following options: standby mode.

  • Page 12: Quick Access To Convenient Features, Quick Volume Adjustment, Mute Function

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Lock Mode Quick Volume Adjustment Sets your phone to require a 4- Use the side keys to adjust the digit password in order to use Master Volume while in standby the phone. mode, and the earpiece volume Note during a phone call.

  • Page 13: Speed Dialing

    Check with your cellular service and holding down a number key, provider for information about your phone will recall the phone this function. number and dial that phone number for you. Speed Dial 1. During a call, press Number 1 is set to your Voice answer the incoming call (Call Mailbox by default and is Waiting).

  • Page 14: Entering And Editing Information

    Entering and Editing Information Text Input Shift Key: Press to change capitalization T9Word : T9Word -> You can customize and enter text in many of the functions in your T9WORD -> T9word Abc : Abc -> ABC -> abc phone. Including, but not limited to: the Banner, Calendar, Space: Press to complete Contacts and messages.

  • Page 15: Contacts Entries

    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory The Basics of Storing Phone Numbers With Contacts Entries Pauses When you call automated 1. From standby mode, enter the systems, such as voice mail or phone number you want to credit billing numbers, you often save (up to 48 digits).

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    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Storing a Number with Pause or Wait 5. Press Left Option Key Edit . Menu . 1. Press 6. Use to highlight the Contacts . number. 2. Press New Contact . 7. Press Right Option Key 3.

  • Page 17: Contacts Options

    Searching by Letter 4. Highlight a contact and press Menu . Right Option Key Options . 1. Press Contacts . 2. Press Contact List . 5. Select an option. Send Message : Send a text 3. Press 4. Start entering the Contact message or picture message name.

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    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Making a Call From Your From Call History Phone’s Memory Menu . 1. Press Recent Calls . Once you have stored phone 2. Press numbers in your Contacts, you can place calls to those numbers 3.

  • Page 19: Using Phone Menus, My Phone Number, Add Airtime, Airtime Info, Airtime Display, Buy Airtime

    Using Phone Menus Prepaid 3. My Phone Number My Phone Number displays the The Prepaid Menu provides phone's phone number. shortcuts to access useful account information. 1. Press 1. Add Airtime 4. Airtime Info Allows you to add airtime. Airtime Info displays the amount of airtime by the unit and due 1.

  • Page 20: Serial Number, Code Entry Mode, New Contact

    Contacts Contacts 6. Serial Number Serial Number simply displays The Contacts Menu allows you the information of your phone’s to store names, phone numbers MEID. and other information in your phone’s memory. 1. Press Note 7. Code Entry Mode When you access your Contacts, the number in parentheses Code Entry Mode will allow the represents the number of entries...

  • Page 21: Contact List

    2. Contact List 1. Press Allows you to view your Contact 2. Enter the name, then press List. 1. Press 3. Highlight the field you wish to store the contact information. 2. Choose from the following options: 4. Enter the phone number or e-mail address.

  • Page 22: My Vcard

    Contacts 3. Groups 4. My vCard Allows you to view your grouped Allows you to edit your vCard, Contacts, add a new group, which you can then send to change the name of a group, or others via Bluetooth. delete a whole group. 1.

  • Page 23: New Text Message

    Messages Messages 5. Speed Dials Allows you to view your Speed The phone can store up to 835 Dials list, designate new Speed messages, including a maximum Dials, or remove Speed Dial of 500 SMS and 100 designations entered in your MMSmessages 100 MMS Contacts.

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    Messages The Basics of Sending a Text Call History Message To select a recipient from your Call History. Recent Messages Inbox/ Sent to select a recipient Choose 1. Press 2. Enter the recipient's address. from your Recent Messages. Groups 3. Press to access the text Select a recipient from field.

  • Page 25: New Picture Message

    Sent 4. Press Right Option Key Options . Failed Text/Picture Message 5. Use to highlight an Failed Multiple Text/Picture Messages option and press Insert Templates / Signature/ Sent Text/Picture Message Name & Number Send Multiple Text/ Picture Message Drafts Save As Drafts/Templates Priority Level High/ Normal...

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    Messages 4. Enter your subject and the message fields. The message. following options are available: 5. Withthe Image field, press Add , * Editing the To: field Contacts/ Call History/ Left Option Key Recent Messages/ Groups/ and press Cancel to select: Image/ Take Photo * Editing the Subject field Preview/ Add/ Go to/ Save...

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    Viewing Your Inbox * Editing the Audio field Preview / Add Slide / Go to / Up to 700 (500 SMS, 100 MMS and Save As Draft / Priority Level/ 100 MMS Notifications) messages Delivery Notice/ Remove / can be stored in the Inbox. Cancel Send .

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    Messages 4. Once you select the View Note option for the message, press Reply to For picture messages: Left Option Key Play Again/ Delete/ Reply as Picture Message*/ Forward/ Save Contact/ reply, or Right Option Key Options to view Save/ Lock(Unlock)/ GoTo URL/ Extract Address/ Message Info additional options.

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    Forward Forwards the message 2. Use to highlight a sent to other destination address(es). Save Contact message. Stores the callback 3. Press Left Option Key Resend to resend the number, e-mail address, and numbers in the received message message to the recipient, View to view the message, or into your Contacts.

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    Messages 5. Drafts 6. Voicemail Allows you to access new voice Displays saved draft messages. messages recorded in your voice 1. Press mail box. Your phone will notify you when you receive a new 2. Use to highlight a voice message. Checking Your Voicemail Box Draft/Saved message.

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    7. Templates 8. Settings Allows you to display, edit, and Allows you to configure Messaging add text phrases. These text settings. strings allow you to reduce 1. Press manual text input into messages. to highlight Entry 1. Press 2. Use Mode/ Signature then press 2.

  • Page 32: Recent Calls, Delete All, Missed Calls

    Messages/ Recent Calls Recent Calls 9. Delete All Allows you to erase the messages The Recent Calls Menu is a list stored in your Inbox, Outbox, or of the last phone numbers or Drafts message folders. You can Contacts entries for calls you also erase all messages at the placed, accepted, or missed.

  • Page 33: Received Calls, Call Timer, Dialed Calls, Data Counter, All Calls

    2. Received Calls 5. Call Timer Allows you to view the list of Allows you to view the duration incoming calls; up to 40 entries. of selected calls. 1. Press 1. Press 2. Use to highlight a call 2. Use to highlight an entry.

  • Page 34: Buy Games, Start Browser

    Games/ Browser Games Browser Allows you to use the preloaded The Web feature allows you to games or buy new games. view Internet content. 1. Buy Games Accessibility and selections within this feature are dependent upon your service provider. For 1.

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    Navigating Through the Scrolling Browser to scroll through the content if the current page does On-screen items may be not fit on one screen. The presented in one of the following currently selected item is ways: Numbered options indicated by a cursor on the screen.

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    Browser Entering Text, Numbers, or Initiating a Phone Call From Symbols When prompted to enter text, You can make a phone call from the current text entry method Web if the site you are using appears above the Right Option supports the feature.

  • Page 37: Take Photo

    Multimedia Multimedia 3. Press the Left Option Key Gallery to access My Images 1. Take Photo or press the Right Option Key Options for the following 1. Press options: Options Tab 2. Press to access the following camera options: Color Effects Color/ Sepia/ Brightness Mono/ Negative...

  • Page 38: Record Voice

    Multimedia 2. Record Voice 4. Take a picture by pressing Capture. Record Voice allows you to 5. Select Send , Send to Online record short verbal/voice Album , or View after the messages. picture is taken. Send will 1. Press Record to record a open a new Picture Message.

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    3. Images 4. Sounds Images allows you to view your Audios allows you to access saved images, some of which can saved audio clips and record new be set as your phone's Main ones. Screen or Picture ID. 1. Press 2.

  • Page 40: Voice Command, Start Command

    Voice Command Voice Command 1.2 Voicemail 1. Press Allows you to make phone calls quickly and easily by voice. Your 2. The phone will announce any phone recalls the number from new Voicemail(s). your Contacts, displays it briefly, 1.3 Missed Calls and then dials it.

  • Page 41: Command Mode, Train Word, Best Match, Announce Alert

    1.6 Help more information about an incoming call in addition to, or Allows you to view more instead of, the Ring/Ringtone. information about the features in Voice Control. 1. Press 2. between the options: Disable/ 1. Press Announce/ Announce + Ring 2.

  • Page 42: My Schedule

    My Schedule My Schedule 6. Use to highlight Ringtones , press Left Option Key 1. Alarm Clock Set and select a ringtone. Save . Allows you to set up to five 7. Press 2. Calendar alarms. At the alarm time, any set alarm will sound the tone of your choice, and an alarm message will Allows you to store and access...

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    Bluetooth Bluetooth New . 3. Press Left Option Key The LG501C is compatible with 4. Use to highlight the field devices that support the you wish to edit, then press Set to Bluetooth ® Headset, HandsFree, Left Option Key Phonebook Access, and Object edit your schedule Push.

  • Page 44: Paired Devices

    Bluetooth Note 3. Press Left Option Key Read the user guide of each Bluetooth ® Search . accessory that you are trying to pair with your phone because the ® 4. If Bluetooth power is set to instructions may be different. off, you will be prompted to turn power on.

  • Page 45: My Bluetooth Info, My Visibility

    Note instructions for the correct passkey (typically “0000” - 4 ® By default, your device’s Bluetooth zeroes). Enter the passkey and functionality is turned off. press 3. My Visibility 7. The handset will prompt you for your connection preferences. Highlight Always Allows you to set the visibility of Ask or Always Connect and your Bluetooth...

  • Page 46: Ez Tip Calculator

    Tools Tools Press Right Option Key Operator for additional Your phone is equipped with calculating options. helpful tools, including: Use Navigation Keys to Calculator, Ez Tip Calculator, enter functions. World Clock, Stopwatch, Unit Converter. Press to complete 1. Calculator equation. 2.

  • Page 47: World Clock, Unit Converter

    3. World Clock 1. Press Start to start, and 2. Press Allows you to determine the Stop to stop. current time in another time press zone or country. You can use the Lap 1. Press function by pressing Left Lap to Option Key New to check other time zone 2.

  • Page 48: Message Alerts

    Settings Settings 1.2 Volume 1. Sound Allows you to set various volume settings. Options to customize your 1. Press 2. Select Master Volume / phone's sounds: 1.1 Ringtones Keypad / Earpiece / Speaker . Allows you to assign ringtones 3. Use to adjust the volume for incoming calls.

  • Page 49: Alert Type, Service Alerts

    1.4 Alert Type 1.5.1 Minute Beep Alerts you 10 seconds before the Allows you to select the alert end of every minute during a call. types. 1.5.2 Call Connect 1. Press Alerts you when the call is 2. Use to highlight the alert connected.

  • Page 50: Auto Keyguard, Menu Style

    Settings 1.6 Power On/Off Tone 3. Press View to preview the wallpaper, or Left Option Key Set to set the wallpaper Allows you to set the phone to sound a tone when the phone is to your phone. powered on and off. 2.2 Backlight 1.

  • Page 51: Font Settings

    2.6 Clocks & Calendar Options for Font Type LG Gothic/ LG Greentea/ LG Mint/ LG Round/ LG Secret Allows you to select the type of clocks displayed on the main LCD. Options for Dial Font Size Normal / Large 1.

  • Page 52: Word Prediction, Lock Phone

    Settings 2.8 Word Prediction 1. Press 2. Enter the four-digit lock code Allows you to activate word and press prediction, a function that uses your past text entries to predict The default lock code is what your next word will be. commonly the last 4 digits of your phone number.

  • Page 53: Camera Restriction, Reset Default

    3.2 Camera Restriction 4. Enter a new 4-digit lock code and press Allows you to restrict Camera. 5. For confirmation, it will ask 1. Press you to enter the new lock code again. 2. Enter the four-digit lock code. Camera 3.4 Reset Default 3.

  • Page 54: Call Settings, One Touch Dial, Answer Options, Airplane Mode, Auto Retry

    Settings 4. Call Settings Off / Every 10 Seconds / Every 30 Seconds / Every 60 Seconds The Call Settings menu allows you to designate how the phone 4.3 One Touch Dial handles both incoming and outgoing calls. 4.1 Answer Options Allows you to initiate a speed dial call by pressing and holding the speed dial digit.

  • Page 55: Tty Mode

    5. System 3. Use to select a setting, then press On / Off The System menu allows you to designate specific system 4.5 TTY Mode network settings. 5.1 Network Allows you to attach a TTY 5.1.1 System Select (Teletype writer) device, enabling you to communicate with parties Allows you to set up the phone also using a TTY device.

  • Page 56: Phone Info

    Settings 6. Memory Number. This information should only be used for technical Allows you to check out the support. memory status of your phone 1. Press and change Save options. 1. Press 5.2 Location 2. Use to highlight Reserved Memory/ Multimedia , and press Menu for GPS (Global Positioning System: Satellite...

  • Page 57: For Your Safety, Important Information, Before You Start

    For Your Safety Important Information Before You Start Safety Instructions This user guide contains important information on the use WARNING! To reduce the and operation of this phone. Please read all the information possibility of electric shock, do carefully for optimal performance not expose your phone to high and to prevent any damage to or humidity areas, such as the...

  • Page 58: Safety Information

    For Your Safety Safety Information Be careful when using your phone near other electronic devices. RF emissions from your Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be mobile phone may affect nearby dangerous or illegal. Further in adequately shielded electronic detailed information is given in equipment.

  • Page 59: And Care

    The coating of the phone may Use the accessories like an be damaged if covered with earphone cautiously. Do not wrap or vinyl wrapper. touch the antenna unnecessarily. Use dry cloth to clean the Memory card information exterior of the unit. (Do not and care use solvent such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.)

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    For Your Safety FCC RF Exposure CAUTION Information WARNING! Read this Use only the supplied and approved antenna. Use of information before operating the unauthorized antennas or phone. modifications could impair call In August 1996 , the Federal quality, damage the phone, void Communications Commission your warranty and/or result in (FCC) of the United States, with...

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    Part 15.105 statement body and the back of the phone. Third-party belt-clips, holsters, This equipment has been tested and similar accessories and found to comply with the containing metallic components limits for a class B digital device, should not be used. Body-worn pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC accessories that cannot maintain Rules.

  • Page 62: Cautions For Battery

    For Your Safety the following measures: water or other liquids, expose to fire, explosion or other Reorient or relocate the hazard. receiving antenna. Only use the battery for the Increase the separation system for which it is between the equipment and specified.

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    Use of an unqualified battery For those host devices that may present a risk of fire, utilize a USB port as a explosion, leakage or other charging source, the host hazard. device’s user manual shall include a statement that the Promptly dispose of used phone shall only be batteries in accordance with...

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    For Your Safety Avoid damage to your hearing Damage to your hearing can occur if you are exposed to loud sound for long periods of time. We therefore recommend that you do not turn on or off the handset close to your ear. We also recommend that music and call volumes are set to a reasonable level.

  • Page 65: Safety Guidelines, Tia Safety Information

    Safety Guidelines TIA Safety Information set by both U.S. and international standards bodies: Provided herein is the complete ANSI C95 .1 (1992 ) * TIA Safety Information for NCRP Report 86 (1986) Wireless Handheld phones. ICNIRP (1996 ) Inclusion of the text covering Pacemakers, Hearing Aids, and Those standards were based on Other Medical Devices is...

  • Page 66: Antenna Care, Phone Operation, Tips On Efficient Operation

    Safety Guidelines Antenna Care Driving Use only the supplied or an Check the laws and regulations approved replacement antenna. on the use of wireless phones in Unauthorized antennas, the areas where you drive. Always modifications, or attachments obey them. Also, if using your could damage the phone and phone while driving, please: may violate FCC regulations.

  • Page 67: Electronic Devices, Hearing Aids

    Electronic Devices Persons with pacemakers: Most modern electronic Should ALWAYS keep the equipment is shielded from RF phone more than six inches signals. However, certain from their pacemaker when electronic equipment may not be the phone is turned ON; shielded against the RF signals Should not carry the phone in from your wireless phone.

  • Page 68: Other Medical Devices

    Safety Guidelines Other Medical Devices Vehicles If you use any other personal RF signals may affect improperly medical device, consult the installed or inadequately manufacturer of your device to shielded electronic systems in determine if they are adequately motor vehicles. Check with the shielded from external RF energy.

  • Page 69: Blasting Areas, For Vehicles Equipped With An Air Bag

    Blasting Areas petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air To avoid interfering with blasting contains chemicals or particles operations, turn your phone OFF (such as grain, dust, or metal when in a ‘blasting areas or in powders);...

  • Page 70: Charger And Adapter

    Battery life will vary due to be fully discharged before usage patterns and recharging. environmental conditions. Use only LG-approved Use of extended backlighting, chargers specific to your MEdia Net Browsing, and data phone model since they are connectivity kits affect battery designed to maximize battery life and talk/standby times.

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    The self-protection function it is dirty. of the battery cuts the power When using the power plug, of the phone when its ensure that it is firmly operation is in an abnormal connected. state. In this case, remove the battery from the phone, If it is not, it may cause reinstall it, and turn the phone excessive heat or fire.

  • Page 72: General Notice

    If the phone does Talking on your phone for a not work, take it to an LG long period of time may Authorized Service Center. reduce call quality due to heat Do not paint your phone.

  • Page 73: Fda Consumer Update

    phone, or upgrade of the The available scientific evidence does not show that any health software. Please backup your problems are associated with important phone numbers. using wireless phones. There is (Ring tones, text messages, no proof, however, that wireless voice messages, pictures, and phones are absolutely safe.

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    Safety Guidelines reasons for inconsistent results. phone industry to take a number 2. What is the FDA’s role of steps, including the following: concerning the safety of wireless phones? Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type emitted by Under the law, the FDA does not wireless phones;...

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    agencies belong to this Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold working group: in the United States must comply National Institute for with FCC safety guidelines that Occupational Safety and limit RF exposure. The FCC relies Health on the FDA and other health agencies for safety questions Environmental Protection about wireless phones.

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    Safety Guidelines 4. What are the results of the here to handheld wireless phones research done already? with built-in antennas, often called ‘cell’ , ‘mobile’ , or ‘PCS’ The research done thus far has phones. These types of wireless produced conflicting results, and phones can expose the user to many studies have suffered from measurable radiofrequency...

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    animals to RF for up to 22 hours years. 5. What research is needed to per day. These conditions are decide whether RF exposure not similar to the conditions from wireless phones poses a under which people use wireless health risk? phones, so we don’t know with certainty what the results of such Acombination of laboratory...

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    Safety Guidelines a cancercausing agent and the leading participant in the World time tumors develop - if they do- Health Organization International may be many, many years. The Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) interpretation of epidemiological Project since its inception in studies is hampered by 1996 .

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    independent investigators. The watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). initial research will include both The FCC limit is consistent with laboratory studies and studies of the safety standards developed wireless phone users. The by the Institute of Electrical and CRADA will also include a broad Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and assessment of additional the National Council on...

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    Safety Guidelines energy coming from wireless phones? greatly improve the consistency of measurements made at different laboratories on the The Institute of Electrical and same phone. SAR is the Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is measurement of the amount of developing a technical standard energy absorbed in tissue, either for measuring the radio by the whole body or a small...

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    10. What about children using factor in how much exposure a wireless phones? person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using a The scientific evidence does not wireless phone will reduce RF show a danger to users of exposure. If you must conduct wireless phones, including extended conversations by children and teenagers.

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    Safety Guidelines evidence exists that using a FDA, medical device wireless phone causes brain manufacturers, and many other tumors or other ill effects. Their groups, was completed in late recommendation to limit wireless 2000. This standard will allow phone use by children was manufacturers to ensure that strictly precautionary;...

  • Page 83: Driver Safety Tips

    possible interactions with other International EMF Project medical devices. Should harmful (http://www.who.int/peh-emf/) interference be found to occur, National Radiological Protection the FDA will conduct testing to Board (UK) assess the interference and work (http://www.nrpb.org.uk) 10 Driver Safety Tips to resolve the problem. 12.

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    Safety Guidelines advantage of valuable features possible, let your voicemail most phones offer, including answer it for you. 4. Suspend conversations during automatic redial and memory. Also, work to memorize the hazardous driving conditions phone keypad so you can use or situations.

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    or nearby vehicles. conversations which have the 6. Dial sensibly and assess the potential to divert your attention from the road. traffic; if possible, place calls 8. Use your wireless phone to when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try call for help.

  • Page 86: Consumer Information On

    Safety Guidelines danger, call 91 1 or other local information, please call to emergency number, as you 888-901-SAFE, or visit our would want others to do for website www.wow-com.com Consumer Information on you. 10. Call roadside assistance or a SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) special wireless non- emergency assistance...

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    FCC for each model. The highest certified power level in all highest SAR value for LG Arena tested frequency bands. phone when tested for use at the Although SAR is determined at...

  • Page 88

    Safety Guidelines requirements.) While there may Canada, the SAR limit for mobile be differences between SAR phones used by the public is 1.6 levels of various phones and at watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over various positions, they all meet one gram of tissue. The standard the government requirement for incorporates a substantial margin safe exposure.

  • Page 89

    phones that may be compatible are likely to be more usable with with their hearing devices. Not a hearing device’s telecoil (“T all phones have been rated. Switch” or “Telephone Switch”) Phones that are rated have the than unrated phones. T4 is the rating on their box or a label on better/higher of the two ratings.

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    Accessories There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. Consult your local dealer for availability. Optional items are sold separately. Battery Charger The battery charger allows you to charge your phone. Battery Standard battery is available.

  • Page 91: Limited Warranty Statement

    1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY transferable to any COVERS: subsequent purchaser/end user. LG offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed subscriber unit (3) This warranty is good only and its enclosed accessories will to the original purchaser of be free from defects in material...

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    Limited Warranty Statement Department of LG. LG shall which are not the fault of bear the cost of shipping LG, including damage caused the product back to the by shipping, blown fuses, consumer after the spills of food or liquid.

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    (7) Damage resulting from use refurbished or new units or parts of non-LG approved or any units. In addition, LG will accessories. not re-install or back-up any data, applications or software (8) All plastic surfaces and all...

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    Limited Warranty Statement 5. HOW TO GET WARRANTY LG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SERVICE: THE LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, To obtain warranty service, LOSS OR ANY OTHER please call or fax to the following DAMAGES, DIRECT OR...

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