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5.8 GHz Expandable Cordless Phone System

Operating Instructions

KX-TG5240
Model No.
Pulse-or-tone dialing capability
The unit is Caller ID compatible. To display the caller's name and phone number,
you must subscribe to Caller ID service.
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE.
Charge the battery for 6 hours before initial use.
Panasonic World Wide Web address: http://www.panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    The unit is Caller ID compatible. To display the caller’s name and phone number, you must subscribe to Caller ID service. PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE. Charge the battery for 6 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 the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on page 94 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: Expanding Your Phone

    Expanding Your Phone KX-TG5240 includes one handset and one base unit. You can expand the system by adding up to 3 accessory handsets, sold separately. A maximum of 4 handsets can be registered to the base unit. The model numbers of the accessory handsets are KX-TGA520 and KX-TGA523.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Using the Caller List..34 Preparation Viewing the Caller List..35 Calling Back from the For Best Performance ..6 Caller List .
  • Page 5 Contents Temporary Tone Dialing (For Direct Remote Operation ..73 Rotary or Pulse Service Users). . 57 Useful Information For Call Waiting Service Users ....57 Wall Mounting .
  • Page 6: For Best Performance

    For Best Performance Battery charge The handset is powered by a rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery. Charge the battery for 6 hours before initial use (p. 13). Base unit location/Noise Calls are transmitted between the base unit and handset using wireless radio waves.
  • Page 7: Location Of Controls

    Location of Controls Base unit Display (p. 11) MAILBOX Buttons (p. 64) [ANSWER ON] Button and [ERASE] Button Indicator (p. 63) (p. 24, 67) [STOP] Button (p. 66) [MEMO] Button (p. 68) [GREETING CHECK] Button (p. 24) [GREETING REC] (Record) Button (p. 23) Charge Contacts (p.
  • Page 8 Location of Controls Handset Back side Ringer/Message Alert Indicator (p. 26, 31) Antenna Speaker Receiver Display (p. 10) Soft Keys (p. 9) Navigator Key ([d], [B]) Headset Jack (p. 77) (p. 9) ] (TALK) Button (p. 27) [OFF] Button (p. 15, 27) [MENU] Button (p.
  • Page 9 Location of Controls How to use the soft keys/navigator keys Handset soft keys Three soft keys are used to select functions SPIPRIVACY1 IN USE displayed directly above each key. Functions displayed above each key will change depending on the state of use. On this sample display, “...
  • Page 10: Displays

    Displays Handset 1 23 4 56 SPIPRIVACY1 IN USE 10 missed calls C I D PLAY “ ” functions as follows. IN USE Off (invisible) The line is free. The line is being used. A call is on hold on the handset or base unit, or the Flashing Answering System is answering a call (p.
  • Page 11 Displays Base unit 1 2 3 “ RINGER ” indicates the base unit ringer is off (p. 21). “ ” flashes when no new messages can be FULL FULL recorded. Erase unnecessary messages (p. 67). R R INGER “ ” flashes until you set the date and time, and flashes after a power failure.
  • Page 12: Installation

    Power Outlet (AC 120 V, 60 Hz) AC Adaptor • 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.) •...
  • Page 13: Installing The Battery In The Handset

    Installation Installing the Battery in the Handset Insert the battery (1), and press it down until it snaps into the compartment (2). Close the cover. To replace the battery: Press the notch on the cover firmly and slide it as indicated by the arrow.
  • Page 14: Battery Information

    A nickel metal hydride battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery Battery information After your Panasonic battery is fully charged, you can expect the following performance: Operation Operating time While in use (TALK)
  • Page 15: Programmable Settings

    Programmable Settings Programming Guidelines Handset The unit has several programmable functions which can be selected from the function menu on the display (p. 16). The soft key works as BACK BACK SAVE SAVE The soft key works SAVE SELECT SAVE key.
  • Page 16: Function Menu Table

    Programmable Settings Function Menu Table Handset You can use the following functions to customize your unit. See the corresponding pages for function details. • After pressing [MENU], you can also program menu items directly by pressing ([0] to [9], [*] and [#]) instead of using the soft keys (p. 78–79). Sub-menu Sub-menu Main menu...
  • Page 17: Date And Time

    Programmable Settings Date and Time Handset We recommend you set the date and time so that the unit will announce the day and time each message was recorded when you play back messages. Press [MENU]. Scroll to “Date and time” by pressing [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Date and time...
  • Page 18: Display Language

    Programmable Settings Display Language Handset You can select either “English” or “Spanish” as the display language. The factory preset is “English”. Press [MENU]. Scroll to “Initial setting” by pressing Initial setting [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Scroll to “Change language”...
  • Page 19: Line Mode

    Programmable Settings Line Mode Handset The line mode is preset to “B” and generally should not be adjusted. If “ ” is IN USE not displayed on the handset properly, the line mode selection is incorrect. Set line mode to “A”. Press [MENU].
  • Page 20: Ringer Volume

    Programmable Settings Ringer Volume You can set the handset and base unit ringer volumes to high, medium, low, or off. The factory preset is HIGH. If the handset or base unit ringer is turned off, the handset or base unit will ring at the low level for intercom calls, and will not ring for outside calls.
  • Page 21: Ringer Tone

    Programmable Settings Base unit ringer volume Base Unit Make sure the base unit is not being used. To set the ringer volume to high (preset), medium, or low, press [d] or [B]. • To increase volume, press [B]. To decrease volume, press [d]. •...
  • Page 22: Lcd Contrast

    Programmable Settings Base unit ringer tone (use either the handset or the base unit) Base Unit Make sure the base unit is not being used. Press [H] or [G]. • The base unit will ring using the current ringer tone. If the ringer volume has been turned off, the base unit will not ring (p.
  • Page 23: Preparing The Answering System

    Preparing the Answering System Greeting Message Base Unit You can record a personal greeting message of up to 2 minutes. If you do not record your own message, one of two pre-recorded greetings will be played for callers (p. 24). The total recording time of all messages (greeting, incoming and memo) is about 16 minutes.
  • Page 24: Caller's Recording Time

    Preparing the Answering System To review the greeting Press [GREETING CHECK]. To adjust the speaker volume, press [d] or [B] during playback. • 9 levels (0–8) are available while using the Answering System. The level is displayed on the base unit. To erase the greeting Press [GREETING CHECK], then press [ERASE] while the recorded message is being played.
  • Page 25: Number Of Rings

    Preparing the Answering System Scroll to “Recording time” by pressing Recording time [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Select the recording time by pressing [d] or [B]. Recording time :3min • You can also select the recording time by pressing [1], [2], [3], or [0] (Greeting only).
  • Page 26: Recording Mode

    Preparing the Answering System Recording Mode Handset Two recording modes are available. The factory preset is “Standard recording (16 min)”, which provides more recording time (16 min) and standard sound quality. “Enhanced recording (8 min)” provides less recording time (8 min) but clearer sound quality.
  • Page 27: Making Calls

    Making Calls System capabilities (Operating more than one handset, p. 3) Up to 3 extensions (3 handsets or 2 handsets and the base unit) can operate at a time. The maximum operating number may decrease depending on the state of use. Using the Handset Handset Press [C].
  • Page 28: To Redial The Last Number

    Making Calls To dial after confirming the To redial using the redial entered number list (Memory Redial) 1. Enter a phone number. The last 5 phone numbers dialed are stored in the redial list. 3334444| 1. Press [REDIAL]. • If you misdial, press the soft key •...
  • Page 29: Voice Enhancer Technology

    Making Calls Voice Enhancer Technology Panasonic’s Voice Enhancer Technology clarifies the voice of the person you are talking to, reproducing a more natural-sounding voice that is easier to hear and understand. Voice Enhancer Technology can be turned on or off. The factory preset is OFF.
  • Page 30: Using The Base Unit

    Making Calls Using the Base Unit Base Unit Press [SP-PHONE]. [REDIAL/PAUSE] • The indicator lights. [B], [d] Dial a phone number. • If you misdial, press [SP-PHONE] and start again from step 1. When the other party answers, talk into the MIC (microphone). To hang up, press [SP-PHONE].
  • Page 31: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls When a call is received, the unit rings, “Incoming call” is displayed, and the Ringer/Message Alert indicator on the handset and the IN USE indicator on the base unit flash rapidly. Handset Ringer/ Press [C] or [s]. Message •...
  • Page 32: Caller Id Service

    Caller ID Service This unit is compatible with Caller ID services offered by your telephone company. If you subscribe to Caller ID, caller names and phone numbers will be displayed and recorded in the Caller List. How Caller ID information is displayed and announced When a call comes in, the unit will ring and Caller ID Example information will be received.
  • Page 33: Talking Caller Id

    Caller ID Service Talking Caller ID Handset Base Unit To use this feature, you need to subscribe to Caller ID. For further information, please contact your telephone company. • If the unit does not receive Caller ID information, the unit will announce “Call from out of area”, “Call from private caller”, or “Call from long distance”.
  • Page 34: Using The Caller List

    Caller ID Service Handset Base unit Talking Caller ID feature This feature must be turned on or off for the base unit by using the handset. Press [MENU]. Scroll to “Initial setting” by pressing Initial setting [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Scroll to “Set base unit”...
  • Page 35: Viewing The Caller List

    Using the Caller List Viewing the Caller List Handset Press the soft key ( ), [d], or [B] to C I D Ex. 10 calls missed. enter the Caller List. Caller list 10 missed calls dB=Scroll list To search from the most recent call, press [d]. Example To search from the oldest call, press [B].
  • Page 36: Editing The Caller's Phone Number

    Using the Caller List Editing the Caller’s Phone Number Handset You can edit a phone number in the Caller List by removing its area code and/or the long distance code “1”. Once you call back an edited number, this unit can automatically edit incoming phone numbers from the same area code in the Caller List and each time you receive a call (Caller ID Number Auto Edit, p.
  • Page 37: Caller Id Number Auto Edit

    Using the Caller List Caller ID Number Auto Edit Handset Once you call back an edited number (p. 36), this unit can automatically edit incoming phone numbers from the same area code in the Caller List and each time you receive a call. For example, it can ignore the area code of calls originating from your area code, so that you can call these numbers from the Caller List without dialing the area code.
  • Page 38: Storing Caller Information In The Phone Book

    Using the Caller List Storing Caller Information in the Phone Book Handset Caller names and phone numbers that are in the Caller List can be stored in the phone book. Press the soft key ( ), [d], or [B] to enter the Caller List. C I D Scroll to the desired caller by pressing [d] or [B].
  • Page 39: Phone Book

    Phone Book The handset can store up to 50 names and phone numbers in its phone book. You can make a call by selecting a name or number from the phone book, and copy phone book items from one handset to another (p. 44, 45). Storing Names and Numbers Handset Press the soft key (C).
  • Page 40: Selecting Characters To Enter Names

    Phone Book Selecting characters to enter names Enter names using the dialing buttons. Press each button until the desired character is displayed. • Pressing each button selects a character in the order shown below. Keys Characters Keys Characters # & ’ ( ) ; , – . / 1 m n o M N O 6 a b c A B C 2 p q r s P Q R S 7...
  • Page 41: Dialing From The Phone Book

    Phone Book Dialing from the Phone Book Handset Press the soft key (C). Phone book 10 items • The display shows the number of stored items. 0-9=Name search • You can press the soft key ( ) to view the SEARCH dB=Scroll list first item.
  • Page 42: Chain Dial

    Phone Book Chain Dial Handset You can dial a combination of phone book or manual key pad entries while making a call. This feature can be used, for example, to first automatically dial a calling card access number that you have stored in the phone book, then manually or automatically dial your PIN and then automatically dial the destination from the phone book.
  • Page 43: Editing An Item In The Phone Book

    Phone Book Editing an Item in the Phone Book Handset Press the soft key (C). Scroll to the desired item by pressing [d] or Jane [B]. 456-7890 • To search for the item by initial, see page 41. Press the soft key ( EDIT Enter name Jane|...
  • Page 44: Copying Items In The Phone Book

    Phone Book Copying Items in the Phone Book Handset (When the System Has Two or More Handsets) You can copy one or all phone book items between two handsets. The destination handset will save the items in its phone book. •...
  • Page 45 Phone Book To copy all of the items in your phone book to another handset Make sure the destination handset is not in use. Press [MENU]. Scroll to “Copy phone book” by pressing Copy phone book [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Scroll to “Copy all items”...
  • Page 46: Speed Dialer

    Speed Dialer Storing Phone Numbers Base Unit You can store up to 10 phone numbers in the base unit. The dialing buttons ([0] to [9]) function as memory stations. Make sure the base unit is not being used. Press [PROGRAM]. [REDIAL/PAUSE] •...
  • Page 47: Intercom

    Intercom Intercom calls can be made between a handset and the base unit, and between two handsets (when the system has two or more handsets, p. 3). You can page all handsets at once from the base unit, and announce the page to all handsets (Voice Paging, p.
  • Page 48: Answering Intercom Calls

    Intercom During an intercom call: • If you have difficulty hearing while using the speakerphone on the handset or base unit, decrease the speaker volume by pressing [d]. • If an incoming call is being received, you will hear two tones (incoming call tone, p.
  • Page 49: Voice Paging

    Intercom Voice Paging Base Unit The base unit user can make a voice announcement that is heard through the speakers of all handsets. • When 4 handsets are registered to the base unit, and if one handset user is on conversation using the Booster feature, 1 of the remaining 3 handsets will not receive the voice announcement.
  • Page 50: Transferring A Call

    Transferring a Call You can transfer an outside call to the base unit or a handset. Handset Base Unit From the to the Handset: Press extension# (1) During a call, press [HOLD/INTERCOM]. to transfer 1-4=Handset • The call is put on hold. 0=Base 9=Mailbox (2) To page the base unit, press [0].
  • Page 51 Transferring a Call Handset Handset From a to another (when the system has two or more handsets) During a call, press [HOLD/INTERCOM], then page another handset by pressing its extension number ([1] to [4]). Wait for the paged party to answer, then you can announce the transfer.
  • Page 52 Transferring a Call Quick call transfer You can transfer a call without waiting for the paged party to answer. Handset 1. During a call, press [HOLD/INTERCOM]. 2. Press the extension number ([0] for the base unit, [1] to [4] for the handset).
  • Page 53: Conference Calls

    Conference Calls While you are talking with an outside caller, the base unit user or a handset user can join the conversation and establish a conference call. Handset Base Unit During a call, press [HOLD/ During a call, press INTERCOM]. [LOCATOR/INTERCOM/ TRANSFER].
  • Page 54: Room Monitor

    Room Monitor This feature allows you to monitor a room by using the intercom feature. For example, you can monitor a baby from different areas of the house. You can call the destination unit to monitor the room. The called unit will not ring. When the system has two or more handsets (p.
  • Page 55 Room Monitor To monitor with Handset The unit to be monitored must not be in use and the handset to be monitored must be off the base unit. Press [HOLD/INTERCOM], then press the soft key ( MONITOR To call the base unit, press [0]. Press extension# To call another handset, press its extension for room monitor...
  • Page 56: Special Features

    Special Features Muting Your Conversation During a call, you can mute your phone so the other party cannot listen to you. When muting your conversation, you can hear the other party. Handset Press the soft key ( MUTE • “Mute” will be displayed for a few seconds and “ ”...
  • Page 57: Temporary Tone Dialing (For Rotary Or Pulse Service Users)

    Special Features Temporary Tone Dialing (For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) Handset Base Unit Press [*] (TONE) before entering access numbers which require tone dialing. • The dialing mode changes to tone. You can enter numbers to access an answering service, electronic banking service, etc. When you hang up, the dialing mode will return to pulse.
  • Page 58: Flash Button

    Special Features FLASH Button Handset Base Unit Pressing [FLASH/CALL WAIT] allows you to use special features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call, or accessing optional telephone services such as call waiting. • Pressing [FLASH/CALL WAIT] cancels the mute or the Temporary Tone Dialing mode (p.
  • Page 59: Incoming Call Tone

    Special Features Incoming Call Tone Handset Base Unit During an intercom call (p. 47) or while using the Room Monitor feature, you can be informed of incoming calls by two tones. If this feature is turned on, incoming call tones will be heard for as long as the line is ringing.
  • Page 60: Key Tone

    Special Features Key Tone Handset You can select whether or not the handset keys will sound tones (key tone, confirmation tone, error tone). The factory preset is ON. Press [MENU]. Scroll to “Initial setting” by pressing Initial setting [d] or [B], then press the soft key ( SELECT Scroll to “Key tone”...
  • Page 61: Mailbox Features

    Mailbox Features The Answering System provides three voice mailboxes. You can share these mailboxes with other members of your family or office as you wish. Callers from touch tone phones can specify a mailbox in which to leave a message. If callers do not specify a mailbox or call from rotary telephones, messages will be recorded into Mailbox 1.
  • Page 62: Setting The Mailbox Password

    Mailbox Features Setting the Mailbox Password (for Mailbox 2 and 3) Handset You can use Mailbox 2 or 3 as personal mailboxes. To prevent unauthorized people from accessing your mailbox and listening to your messages, assign a 2-digit password (00–99) to Mailbox 2 or 3. Each password and the remote code (p.
  • Page 63: Automatic Answering Operation

    Automatic Answering Operation The Answering System allows the unit to answer calls with a greeting message. Callers can then leave a message in a mailbox (p. 61). Setting the Unit to Answer Calls Base Unit Press to turn on the Answering [ANSWER ON] [ANSWER ON] System.
  • Page 64: Listening To Messages

    Listening to Messages Voice Day/Time Stamp: During playback, the unit will announce the day and time when each message was recorded (p. 17). Using the Base Unit Base Unit You can see the total number of recorded Ex. Mailbox 1 has new messages; Mailbox 2 has old messages;...
  • Page 65: Using The Handset (Remote Operation)

    Listening to Messages Using the Handset (Remote Operation) Handset If “ ” flashes, there are new messages. If there are only old messages PLAY “ ” is displayed but will not flash. PLAY • If the Message Alert is turned on (p. 26), the Ringer/Message Alert indicator on the handset will flash slowly when new messages have been recorded and the handset is not in use.
  • Page 66 Listening to Messages Voice menu If you do not press any buttons at the end of the last message, the unit will announce “End of final message” and the voice menu will begin. The unit announces, “Press 4 to play back new messages. Press 5 to play back all messages.”...
  • Page 67: Erasing Messages

    Erasing Messages The unit will announce the remaining recording time after playback if it is less than 3 minutes. New messages cannot be recorded when: — “Memory full” is heard. — “ ” flashes on the base unit. FULL — ANSWER ON indicator flashes rapidly (when the Answering System is on). Erase unnecessary messages.
  • Page 68: Recording A Memo Message

    Recording a Memo Message Base Unit You can record a voice memo message of up to 3 minutes in the desired mailbox for other users or yourself. Press [MEMO]. • “Please select Mailbox” is heard. Within 10 seconds, press a MAILBOX button ([MAILBOX 1], [MAILBOX 2] or [MAILBOX 3]).
  • Page 69: Transferring A Call To A Mailbox

    Transferring a Call to a Mailbox Base Unit Handset When you answer a call and the caller wants to talk to someone who is not available, you can place the caller into one of the mailboxes, where the caller can leave a message.
  • Page 70: Remote Operation From A Touch Tone Phone

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone While outside, you can operate the Answering System from any touch tone phone. A synthesized voice menu will guide you through the Answering System (p. 72). • To skip the voice menu and operate the unit directly, see page 73.
  • Page 71: Remote Code

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone Remote Code Handset The remote code prevents unauthorized people from accessing your unit and listening to your messages. Choose any 2-digit number (00–99) for your remote code. The factory preset remote code is “11”. If you do not program your own remote code, you can use “11”.
  • Page 72: Voice Menu

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone Voice Menu The shaded parts are voice prompts. Press [1]. All Message Playback. Press 1 to play back all messages. All recorded messages in the Press 2 for other functions. mailbox are played back. At the Press [2].
  • Page 73: Direct Remote Operation

    Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone Direct Remote Operation Once you have accessed one of the mailboxes (p. 70), you can also control your unit by direct commands instead of using the voice menu. To end the remote operation, hang up at anytime. Direct commands [4]: Plays back new messages.
  • Page 74: Wall Mounting

    Wall Mounting This unit can be mounted on a wall phone plate. Connect the AC adaptor. To Power Outlet Tuck the telephone line cord inside the wall mounting adaptor (A). Connect the telephone line cord (B). Insert the hooks on the wall mounting adaptor into the holes ( ) and ) on the base unit.
  • Page 75 Wall Mounting Adjust the adaptor to hold the base unit, then push it in the direction of the arrow until it clicks into place. Connect the telephone line cord. Mount the unit, then slide it down. • Raise the antennas. To charge the handset battery: Place the handset on the base unit.
  • Page 76 Wall Mounting To remove the wall mounting adaptor While pushing down the RELEASE LEVERS (A), remove the adaptor (B). RELEASE LEVERS...
  • Page 77: Belt Clip

    ( Optional Headset Connecting an optional headset to the handset allows hands-free phone conversation. Please use only a Panasonic KX-TCA60, KX-TCA86, KX-TCA88, KX-TCA88HA, KX-TCA91, KX-TCA92, or KX-TCA98 headset. To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2.
  • Page 78: Direct Commands

    Direct Commands Handset After pressing [MENU], you can also program menu items directly by pressing ([0] to [9], [*] and [#]) instead of using the soft keys. Menu item Command Selection items Page Ringer volume [1] [1] [0] : Off [1] : Low [2] : Medium p.
  • Page 79: Room Monitor

    Direct Commands Menu item Command Selection items Page Number of rings [0] [6] [1] [2]–[7] : 2–7 rings p. 25 [0] : Toll saver Recording time [0] [6] [2] [1] : 1 minute [2] : 2 minutes p. 24 [3] : 3 minutes [0] : Greeting only Remote code [0] [6] [3] Go to Step 5 on page 71.
  • Page 80: Canceling Registration/Re-Registration

    Canceling Registration/Re-registration Canceling the Handset Registration Handset If you no longer need to use the handset or if you want to use the handset with a different base unit of the same model, it is necessary to cancel the handset’s registration from the current base unit.
  • Page 81: Hs Registration

    (p. 80), the handset number remains in that base unit’s memory. To erase the handset number from the previous base unit, see the base unit’s Operating Instructions. For the KX-TG5240 base unit: (1) Press and hold [LOCATOR/ INTERCOM/TRANSFER] for 3 seconds, and (2) Press and hold the handset...
  • Page 82: If The Following Appear On Your Display

    If the Following Appear on Your Display... The following will be displayed on the handset when the unit needs your attention. Display message Cause & Remedy • The battery needs to be charged. Recharge the Recharge battery battery (p. 14). •...
  • Page 83 Erase the handset’s registration from the base unit. For the KX-TG5240 base unit: (1) Press and hold [LOCATOR/INTERCOM/ TRANSFER] for 3 seconds, and (2) Press and hold ( ) to...
  • Page 84: Troubleshooting

    If the Following Appear on Your Display... Display message Cause & Remedy • This handset is not for this base unit. This handset is Wrong handset for KX-TG6500 base unit. The accessory handsets Refer to manual for this base unit are KX-TGA520 and KX-TGA523. To order, see page 3.
  • Page 85 Troubleshooting Problem Cause & Remedy While programming or • A call is coming in. To answer the call, press searching, the handset or ], [s] or [SP-PHONE]. Start again from base unit start to ring and the the beginning after hanging up. program/search stops.
  • Page 86 Troubleshooting Problem Cause & Remedy The handset and/or base unit • Name pronunciation may vary. Name does not announce the pronunciation quality is based on names displayed caller’s name most commonly used in the United States. properly. • The handset and/or base unit will announce each letter of abbreviations, such as “Co.”...
  • Page 87 Troubleshooting Answering System Problem Cause & Remedy The Answering System is on, • The recording time is set to “Greeting only”. but incoming messages are Select “1 minute”, “2 minutes” or “3 minutes” not recorded. (p. 24). • Memory is full. Erase unnecessary messages (p.
  • Page 88 Troubleshooting Problem Cause & Remedy You cannot remember your • Confirm the mailbox password using the handset (p. 62). mailbox password. You cannot • If you cannot use the handset, you can retrieve the messages from retrieve the messages from your mailbox after your mailbox.
  • Page 89: Openlcr Service For Caller Iq

    If you cannot solve your • Visit our website: problem http://www.panasonic.com/support • Contact us via the web at: http://www.panasonic.com/contactinfo • Call our customer call center at: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) openLCR service for Caller IQ Problem Cause &...
  • Page 90: Openlcr Service For Caller Iq

    • If you have any questions regarding the openLCR service, call openLCR’s customer service department at 1-866-openLCR(1-866-673-6527). • NEITHER PANASONIC COMMUNICATIONS CO., LTD. (PCC) 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 91: Downloading Data

    openLCR Service for Caller IQ Downloading Data You can download the following data to your unit from the openLCR web site. • Phone book data • Ringer melodies (Custom ringtone) • Function setup for your unit • Information such as weather forecasts, stock quotes, lottery results, sports scores and horoscopes (Internet content) Accessing the openLCR web site can be done from any computer with Internet access.
  • Page 92 openLCR Service for Caller IQ Handset To download data from openLCR Each time you download data (p. 91) from openLCR, the information stored in your unit will be updated. To view up-to-date information, you will need to download it to your unit. •...
  • Page 93 openLCR Service for Caller IQ • If the handset beeps 3 times and the following is Download displayed, some items could not be stored in the phone incomplete. book. Store items by following the steps below. Phone book full. 1. Erase items which do not exist on the web from the phone book of the unit (p.
  • Page 94: 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. 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit. 3.
  • Page 95 Important Safety Instructions 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.
  • Page 96: Fcc And Other Information

    FCC and Other Information This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:ACJ-----. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
  • Page 97 FCC and Other Information 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 98 • 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...
  • Page 99: Index

    Index Accessories ....2 Erasing messages ... . . 67 Accessory handset ... . . 3 Erasing all messages.
  • Page 100 Index Remote operation, touch tone phone ..... . 70 Mailbox..... . 61 Ringer off .
  • Page 103: Specifications

    Operating Environment: 5 °C – 40 °C (41 °F – 104 °F) Specifications are subject to change without notice. Energy Star: ® As an NERGY Participant, Panasonic has determined that this product meets the NERGY guidelines for energy efficiency. NERGY TAR is a U.S.
  • Page 104: For Product Service

    Symptom • Send the unit to an authorized servicenter, prepaid and adequately insured. • Do not send your unit to the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company listed below or to executive or regional sales offices. These locations do not repair consumer products.