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Siemens Gigaset 3000 Comfort Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions

and Safety Precautions
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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Gigaset 3 0 0 0 Comfort Operating Instructions and Safety Precautions...
  • Page 2: Brief Overview

    Brief overview The display is protected by a film. Please remove protective film. Base name Charging status – Constant: ready full for dialling/to empty receive – Flashing: no Display keys base station contact see below End call Open menu – End call –...
  • Page 3: Important Menus

    Important menus Main menu Directory Supplementary menu Settings Audio Redialling number Activate the Supplementary menu main menu Scroll through menus, directory Confirm function/ input Activate supple- mentary menu Cancel/end func- tions...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Operate battery type in accordance with these operating instructions. • Never use non-Siemens charging units as these can dam- age the batteries. • Batteries heat up during charging - this is a normal occur- rence and is not dangerous.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Brief overview ..............2 Idle display, display keys...........2 Important menus .............. 3 Safety precautions............4 Display symbols ..............4 Preparing the handset ............6 Inserting the batteries............6 Charging the batteries............7 Fitting the attachment clip ..........8 Activating/deactivating the handset ........8 Activating/deactivating keypad protection ......8 Registering the handset ...........
  • Page 6: Preparing The Handset

    Preparing the handset Contents of the package Gigaset 3000 Comfort enhanced handset, two batteries, attachment clip, operating instructions. Inserting the batteries • Never use ordinary (non-rechargeable) batteries. Only use approved batteries of the same type (rechargeable), otherwise the battery casings may be destroyed (dangerous).
  • Page 7: Charging The Batteries

    Charging the batteries The batteries supplied are not charged. To charge the bat- teries, insert the handset either into the base station or the Gigaset 3000L charging unit – you will hear the confirmation beep. The charging operation is indicated by a flashing LED on the handset: Batteries flat Batteries...
  • Page 8: Fitting The Attachment Clip

    Handset operating time/charging time: Charging Capacity Standby time Talktime time (mAh) (hours) (hours) (hours) up to 100 approx. 10 approx. 5 1100 up to 160 approx. 15 approx. 9 1500 up to 220 approx. 20 approx. 12 Fitting the attachment clip Push the clip onto the back of the handset until the protru- sions slot into place.
  • Page 9: Registering The Handset

    When you switch on your handset, the message appears. Step 1: • You must first prepare the Siemens base station: Gigaset Preparing the base station 3010/pocket Press the coloured key on the base station 3015 for approx.
  • Page 10: Making Calls

    Making calls Making external calls Enter the call number. If necessary, correct with Press the talk key to start dialling. Ending a call: Press the end call key – You can cancel the dial operation with the end call key –...
  • Page 11: Handsfree Talking

    Press the handsfree talking key instead of the talk key Transferring a call, making an enquiry call Siemens base stations allow you to transfer an external call to another handset or to hold a call while making an internal enquiry call.
  • Page 12: Redial

    Redial Manual redial You can access the last five call numbers dialled. Display and select the call number. Start the dial operation. Automatic redial This function is not available in all countries! The handset redials the last call number. Display and select the call number. Open the supplementary menu.
  • Page 13: Directories

    Directories With the directory , you can store up to 100 call num- bers and then dial them at the push of a button. You can store prefixes for telephone companies and fre- quently used call numbers in the network access list (see also Network access support, page 16).
  • Page 14: Entering Names

    Entering names To enter names, you can choose letters, digits and symbols with the appropriate key: Press the appropriate key repeatedly or hold it down: ä à â ã ç ë é è ê ï î ö ñ ó ô õ...
  • Page 15: Additional Functions

    Additional functions Display the directory/network access list. e.g. Enter the first letter of the name, e.g. press for " Open the supplementary menu. Select the required function and con- firm: (add to/change a call number before dialling); (dial the selected call number); (see page 13);...
  • Page 16: Network Access Support

    Network access support • Linking call numbers This function allows you to merge two parts of a number. Open the network access list and select an entry. Open the supplementary menu. Confirm – the number is displayed. e.g. Either enter the user’s call number or open the directory and select a number.
  • Page 17: Caller List

    Caller list Unanswered calls are also, for example, stored in the caller list New entries in the caller list are indicated by the display symbol Press the display key – the caller list, for example, is displayed. Scroll to the required entry. e.g.
  • Page 18: Ringer Volume/Melody

    Ringer volume/melody – You can choose between 5 ringer volumes, the crescendo ring (increasing volume) and ringer off (=0). – You can choose between 10 ringer melodies. Press the menu key. Select Select Select Change the setting and save. Setting short beeps (advisory beep) A call is signalled by a single short advisory beep when you set the function.
  • Page 19: Security

    Identification Number) on your handset. Do not forget your telephone PIN! It can only be reset by calling the Siemens hotline, see back cover. First steps are as described at the start of the Safety pre- cautions section, then:...
  • Page 20: Hot Key Selection (Direct Station Selection)

    Hot key selection (direct station selection) This function is not available in all countries! When hot key selection is activated, every keystroke ini- tiates a call to the previously stored hot key number. Sick people and the elderly, for example, can thus summon help in emergencies.
  • Page 21: Dialling The Emergency Number

    Dialling the emergency number When the hot key/telephone lock is activated, you can dial the emergency numbers saved on the base station – see base station operating instructions! Further settings Auto talk If this function is activated, simply remove the handset from the base station/charging unit to answer a call.
  • Page 22: Resetting The Handset To The Default Configuration

    Resetting the handset to the default configu- ration The telephone PIN is not reset, the directory, network access list and the caller list are not deleted. Handset factory settings: Language setting English Hot key, redial deleted Auto talk, key beep, battery low beep, con- firmation beeps Handset volume, ringer tone Loudspeaker volume...
  • Page 23: Base Settings

    Base settings Registering the handset You can operate your handset at up to 4 base stations. For information on registering at non-Siemens GAP base stations, see the relevant base station operating instruc- tions. • To prepare the base station, see page 9.
  • Page 24: User Options (Short Cuts)

    – automatic switch to the base station with the strongest reception. Select Only possible in conjuction with some Siemens ISDN base stations. Refer to the appropriate operating instructions. User options (short cuts) Base station user options Only available with Gigaset 3000 base stations! Refer to the appropriate operating instructions.
  • Page 25 Additional supplementary menu functions when enter- ing the short cut contents: The following letters are displayed for the functions: Select a function and confirm. The meaning of the character at the current cursor position is displayed. To insert a number from the network access list. Starting a handset short cut: Press the menu key.
  • Page 26: Room Monitor

    Room monitor When the room monitor feature is activated, an internal call to another handset is triggered as soon as the noise level in the monitored room reaches the level set. You can hear the noises in the room when you answer the call. The room monitor remains active even after you replace the handset.
  • Page 27: Appendix

    Low reception strength Guarantee/service Over a guarantee period of six months from the date of pur- chase from the stockist, Siemens AG will rectify all material or manufacturing defects by repairing or replacing the defec- tive terminal. The guarantee does not cover damage caused by incorrect use, wear and tear, or third-party access.