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USER GUIDE
UK
CORDED
TELEPHONE
Style 15
V1

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    USER GUIDE CORDED TELEPHONE Style 15...

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  • Page 3: Intended Use

    BECAUSE WE CARE Thank you for purchasing this product. This product has been designed and assembled with utmost care for you and the environment. Thank you for supporting us to protect our environment. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using your telephone, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the following: 1.

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    Ringer light This flashes when the phone is ringing for an incoming call. Speakerphone button Press to make, answer, or end a call using the speakerphone. Flash / exit button You may need the flash function if your phone is connected to a PBX When in menus or pre-dialling, press to exit from the function.

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    Phone You are connected to the telephone line - your handset is off hook. Time Displays the time. Date/month Displays the date and month. Caller display record Shows the position in the caller display list of the caller display record being received or viewed.

  • Page 6: Setting Up Your Telephone

    6. Wait while the display shows “INITIALISATION”, then the announcement “Answering machine on. Announcement one.” before the display changes to the standby screen. 7. Lift the handset and check for dial tone Note: The base unit doesn’t require a battery. Always use the telephone line cord supplied with your phone.

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    Press the up or down button until de display shows “SET TIME/DATE”. Press the OK button to confirm. >The year will be blinking. Press the up or down button to set the year. Press the OK button to confirm. >The month will be blinking. Press the up or down button to set the month.

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    Rings to answer To set the number of rings before the machine answers a call. Press the menu button >The display shows “OPTIONS MENU“. Press the up or down button until de display shows “RINGS TO ANSWER”. Press the OK button to confirm.

  • Page 9: Telephone Operation

    TELEPHONE OPERATION Ringer volume The ringer high / low switch located at the back of the base unit, allows you to adjust the volume of the ringer. High volume Low volume To make a call Lift the handset or press the speakerphone button on the base unit.

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    OUTGOING CALL RECORD Last number redial Lift the handset or press the speakerphone button Press the redial button >The phone automatically redials the last number you called. Note: This will not work after a mains power disconnection. Dialled numbers are only saved in the last number redial memory if the number has started dialling out.

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    PHONEBOOK The phonebook can store up to 120 names (max. of 15 characters) and telephone numbers (max. of 24 digits) in the memory. 10.1 To view the phonebook records Make sure the phone is in standby (not connected to a call). Press the phonebook button >The display shows “SEARCH ADD”, with the “SEARCH”...

  • Page 12: Caller Display Operation

    >The phone automatically dials the displayed record using the handset or speakerphone mode selected. 10.4 To edit a stored number and/or name When viewing the phonebook records, press the up or down button to find the record you wish to edit. When the record is displayed, press the phonebook button >The display shows the cursor blinking on the first digit of the telephone number.

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    11.1 Caller display list This phone automatically stores the last 99 calls received. The calls list is saved even if the mains power is removed, but new caller information will not be displayed or saved unless the mains power is on. When the caller display list is full, the new caller display entry will replace the oldest record.

  • Page 14: Answering Machine

    ANSWERING MACHINE An OGM is the announcement callers will hear when the machine answers a call. The phone has two pre-recorded announcements available if you choose not to record your own OGMs. OGM1 - this invites callers to leave a message after the tone. The default is “Please leave your message after the beep”.

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    12.5 To turn the answering machine on / off Press and hold the on/off button to turn on the answering machine. >You will hear “Answering machine on. Announcement one.” >The display shows “ANSWER A1” alternately with the calls information and the message light will turn on.

  • Page 16: Remote Operation

    12.12 Volume Control Use the volume buttons to adjust the volume of the loudspeaker during playback, from the 6 levels available. >The display shows the volume level setting on the screen when it is being adjusted. 12.13 To intercept a call If you hear the answering machine recording a message, you can intercept the call and speak to the caller, either by lifting the handset, or pressing the speakerphone button on the answering...

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    13.1 To check remote access code In standby mode, press the OK/MENU button. or down button until the display shows “REMOTE ACCESS“. Press the up Press the OK button to display your code setting. >The default code is “321“. Press the stop button to return to standby mode.

  • Page 18: Technical Details

    After the Guarantee has expired If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, contact us via www.aegtelephones.eu TECHNICAL DETAILS Model Style 15 Temperature range Operating 0° C to 40° C, Storage -20° C to 60° C Electrical power Base unit: Input: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 150mA.

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    © 2012 Binatone Electronics International Limited All rights reserved Subject to avaibility. Rights of modification reserved. AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux (publ) www.aegtelephones.eu...

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