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Pulse-or-tone dialing capability
Basic Operation Advanced Operation Useful Information
Caller ID Compatible
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Before Initial Use
Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on page 34 before use. Read and understand all instructions.
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic cordless telephone.
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. Call Waiting Caller ID, which displays a second caller’s name and phone number while the user is on another call, requires a subscription to both Caller ID and Call Waiting.
Attach your purchase receipt here. For your future reference
(found on the bottom of the unit)
Date of purchase
Name and address of dealer
For extra orders, call 1-800-332-5368. ∑ AC Adaptor (p. 7)
Order No. PQWATC1461M
∑ Telephone Line Cord (p. 7)
one ∑ Battery (p. 8)
Order No. PQWBTC1461M
one ∑ Handset Cover (p. 8) ∑ Belt Clip (p. 27)
Order No. PQYNTC1461B Order No. PQZHTC1481B
For Best Performance
A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery powers the handset. Charge the battery for about 15 hours before initial use (p. 8).
Base Unit Location
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: Away from electrical appliances such as a TV or personal computer. In a HIGH and CENTRAL location with no obstructions such as walls.
Raise the antenna.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Location of Controls ............... 5 Settings ..................................... 7 Connections ............................. 7 Installing the Battery................. 8 Battery Charge ......................... 8 Ringer Volume ......................... 9 Programmable Functions ...... 10 Display Language .................. 10 Dialing Mode .......................... 10
Phone Book ............................ 20 Storing Names and Numbers............................... 20 Entering Names and Symbols ............................... 21 Finding Stored Items .............. 22 Dialing .................................... 22 Editing .................................... 23 Erasing ................................... 24 Special Features..................... 25 Automatic Security Code Setting .................................. 25 Handset Locator ..................... 25 Temporary Tone Dialing (For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) ................................ 25 How to Use the PAUSE Button (For PBX Line/Long Distance Calls)................................... 26 For Call Waiting Service Users.................................... 26
Making Calls ........................... 11 Answering Calls ..................... 12 Caller ID Service ..................... 13 Using the Caller List .............. 15 Viewing the Caller List............ 15 Calling Back from the Caller List........................................ 17 Editing the Caller’s Phone Number ................................ 17 Storing Caller List Information in the Phone Book................ 18 Erasing Caller List Information ........................... 19
Belt Clip................................... 27 Optional Headset.................... 27 Wall Mounting......................... 28 Adding Another Phone .......... 29 Battery Replacement.............. 30 Troubleshooting ..................... 31 Important Safety Instructions........................... 34 FCC and Other Information ... 36 Speciﬁcations ......................... 39 Index ........................................ 40 Warranty .................................. 41
please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 5 . 9) (HANDSET\LOCATOR) (p.Location of Controls Base unit “ Preparation Antenna IN USE/CHARGE Indicator (p. 25) Hook (p. 25) For assistance. 28) Charge Contacts (p. 8.
“ Location of Controls Handset Antenna (PAUSE/REDIAL) (p. 11. Throughout these Operating Instructions. and ≥—to adjust the receiver volume on the handset. 12. 9) (–––/FLASH) LOUD/SEARCH Key ((‹). 22) (MUTE/CLEAR) (p. 27) (p. ≥Pressing the up or down arrow allows you ≥—to enter into the Caller List. LOUD/ ≥—to select the function items. SEARCH ≥—to scroll through your phone book and the Caller List. 6 . 15) ($) (TONE) (p. 11. 9) How to use the LOUD/SEARCH key This key has two active areas that are indicated by arrows. 11) Charge Contacts (p. 17. 20. 18. (›)) (see below) Headset Jack (p. 11. the LOUD/SEARCH key is indicated by the arrows (‹) or (›). 10. 20) (OFF) (p. 24) (CH/FUNCTION) (Channel) (p. 26) (EDIT) (p. 10. 14) RINGER Selector (p. 25) (AUTO/PROGRAM) (p. 19. 12. 26) Display (p.
Settings Connections “ Preparation Fasten the AC adaptor cord to prevent it from being disconnected. For assistance. ≥If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Caller ID services. PQWATC1461M). please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 7 . 60 Hz) AC Adaptor Telephone Line Cord ≥USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQWATC1461M (Order No. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.) ≥To connect a standard telephone on the same line. Hook Raise the antenna. ≥The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. see page 29. you cannot access those services. Single-Line Telephone Jack (RJ11C) Power Outlet (AC 120 V.
Black Lead Red Lead Battery Charge Place the handset on the base unit and charge for about 15 hours before initial use. locking it into place. OR IN USE/CHARGE Indicator Recharge Recharge the battery when: —“RECHARGE” is displayed. or —the handset beeps intermittently while it is in use. —“ ” is displayed.“ Settings Installing the Battery Install the battery and close the handset cover. RECHARGE 8 . ≥The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights and a beep sounds.
The display shows “STANDBY”. ≥Clean the handset and the base unit charge contacts with a soft. the unit will not ring. dust or high humidity. Ringer Volume Set the RINGER selector to ON or OFF. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 9 .). Standby Mode (While the handset is off the base unit) The handset goes into the standby mode after you ﬁnish using the handset (making/answering a call. ≥When set to OFF. ≥The battery cannot be overcharged. viewing the Caller List or phone book etc. This will maximize the battery life. ≥If the battery is fully charged. dry cloth once a month. For assistance. you do not have to place the handset on the base unit until “RECHARGE” and “ ” are displayed. Otherwise the battery may not charge properly. such as viewing the Caller ID Caller List or phone book. Clean more often if the unit is subject to grease. The battery operating time is conserved in this mode.Battery information After your Panasonic battery is fully charged (p. 8): Operation While in use (TALK) While not in use (Standby) Operating time Up to about 5 hours Up to about 5 days Preparation ≥The battery operating time may be shortened depending on usage conditions. and ambient temperature.
If you want to select the other language. Press (EDIT) to save. LANGUAGE: ENG Select “ENG” (ENGLISH). IDIOMA: ESP Press (EDIT) to save. If rotary or pulse service is used. Your phone comes from the factory set to TONE. ≥A beep sounds. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. ≥The current setting is displayed. DIAL MODE: TONE Select “PULSE” or “TONE” by using (›) or (‹). set to PULSE. SPANISH is selected. the unit will return to the standby mode. DIAL MODE:PULSE . SPANISH or FRENCH as the display language. ≥You can exit the programming mode at any time by pressing (OFF). Ex. set to TONE. 1 2 3 10 Press (CH/FUNCTION) twice.Programmable Functions You can program the following function items using the handset near the base unit. program as follows: 1 2 3 Press (CH/FUNCTION). ≥The current setting is displayed. Dialing Mode If you have touch tone service. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. “ESP” (SPANISH) or “FRA” (FRENCH) by using (›) or (‹). ≥A beep sounds. ≥If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds. Display Language You can select ENGLISH. Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. Your phone comes from the factory set to ENGLISH.
≥After a few seconds. press (OFF) or place the handset on the base unit. CONNECTING Dial a telephone number. To redial after conﬁrming the last number dialed Press (PAUSE/REDIAL) ¤ (–––/FLASH) . press (OFF) or place the handset on the base unit. press (MUTE/CLEAR). move closer to the base unit or place the handset on the base unit. wait until speed dialing is ﬁnished to continue further dialing. 1 2 3 Press (–––/FLASH) . One digit is erased from the right. Press (–––/FLASH) . ≥The dialed number is displayed. and try again. the display will show the receiver volume and phone number. ≥If additional dialing is necessary after using speed dialing functions such as phone book dialing (p. ≥After a few seconds. ≥If you misdial. For assistance. TALK VOL To hang up. To dial after conﬁrming the entered number (Predial) 1 2 3 Dial a phone number. 22) or REDIAL. VOL To redial the last number dialed Press (–––/FLASH) ¤ (PAUSE/REDIAL). If noise interferes with the conversation Press (CH/FUNCTION) to select a clearer channel in the talk mode or move closer to the base unit. the display will show the receiver volume. the unit may not dial properly. Otherwise. connect an optional headset to the handset (p. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 11 . CONNECTING TALK To hang up. Basic Operation ≥If an alarm tone sounds in step 1. 27).Making Calls “ To have a hands-free conversation. Dial the correct phone number.
“ Making calls To select the receiver volume Press (‹) or (›) while talking. disconnect the headset. When an optional headset is connected (p. the calling party information will be displayed after the ﬁrst ring (p. Receiver volume: level 4 TALK VOL To mute your conversation Press (MUTE/CLEAR) while talking. the volume level will change by 4 levels. ≥You can also answer a call by pressing any button except (OFF) (Any Key Talk). 13). Answering Calls When a call is received. ≥“MUTE” and the receiver volume are displayed. In order to view the Caller ID information. Backlit LCD display The lighted handset display will stay on for a while after pressing a handset button. ≥The other party cannot hear you but you can hear them. please wait until the second ring to answer a call. 12 . Lift the handset off the base unit and press (–––/FLASH) . 27). If you do not subscribe to a Caller ID service. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service. MUTE VOL To resume the conversation Press (MUTE/CLEAR) again. “INCOMING CALL” will be displayed. the unit rings and the IN USE/CHARGE indicator on the base unit ﬂashes quickly. ≥Each time you press (‹) or (›). Ex. make sure to use the headset to talk with the caller. If you want to have a normal cordless phone conversation.
TINA TALK VOL For assistance. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service. phone number and the date and time received will be displayed (p. the display will show the receiver volume. If you subscribe to a Call Waiting Caller ID Feature. the new caller’s name. When the 41st call is received. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 13 .Caller ID Service “ This unit is compatible with a Caller ID service offered by your telephone company. After you answer the call. the calling party’s information will be displayed after the ﬁrst ring. 26). ROBINSON. the ﬁrst call is deleted. in the Caller List. You can store the callers’ numbers from the Caller List into the phone book. when a second call is received while talking. you can automatically call back a caller. phone number and the date and time received after the ﬁrst ring. including the date and time received. Basic Operation How caller information is displayed when a call is received The display shows the caller’s name. Using the list. The unit can record information of up to 40 callers.
≥If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Caller ID services. ≥—If the caller has requested not to display his/her information. For further information. The date and time the call has been received. ≥—If a long distance call is identiﬁed. the display will show “LONG DISTANCE”.“ Caller ID Service ≥Caller information cannot be displayed in the following cases: ≥—If the caller dialed from an area which does not provide a Caller ID service. ≥—If the Caller ID information is interfered with during reception. the display will show the following: NEW CALL 10 What the display means Name Phone Number ROBINSON. 3:10 PM) 14 . and the caller’s name and/or number cannot be received. the display will show “PRIVATE CALLER”. June 10. you cannot access those services. ≥The name display service may not be available in some areas.TINA Shows which calls you have not checked. please contact your telephone company. the display will show “OUT OF AREA”. the display will show “ERROR”. To check the number of new calls If you have received 10 new calls. (ex. The number of calls which you have received.
≥To scroll between callers. the unit will return to the standby mode. Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. for example. you cannot enter the Caller List by pressing (›) or (‹). the following: SMITH. “ ” will not be displayed. For assistance. “ 1 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. follow the steps below. ≥If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds. ≥If the Caller List is empty.Using the Caller List Viewing the Caller List To check who has called. ≥Once new calls have been checked. press (›) or (‹). ≥A beep sounds and the handset will return to the standby mode. To exit the list. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 15 . ≥The display will show.JACK Basic Operation 2 3 To search from the most recent call. press (›). To search from the oldest call. press (OFF). press (‹).
press (‹). the whole number will not be shown. When you search from the most recent call: Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›).TOM Press (›). the display will only show the phone number. Press (›).NANCY Press (›). START/END *If the phone number is more than 12 digits. press (OFF). To exit the Caller List. 16 . SMITH. ROBINSON. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. * JONES.“ Using the Caller List Ex.TINA ≥If there is no name information for a caller. Press (›). Press (›).JACK To return to the previous caller. BROWN. The remaining numbers will be displayed alternately.
you may have to edit the number before dialing (See below). c Area code – Phone no. For assistance.FRED b PARKER. PARKER.FRED PARKER. TURNER. PARKER. To store the number in the phone book. you cannot call back that caller. press (–––/FLASH) (See above). 18). Press (–––/FLASH) . Follow the instructions on the display (p. To call back. you can continue with calling back or storing procedures.“ Calling Back from the Caller List 1 2 3 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. 17 . press (AUTO/PROGRAM).FRED c 4 After editing the number.CINDY TALK VOL ≥In some cases. Basic Operation Editing the Caller’s Phone Number The unit can edit a phone number into one of 3 patterns.FRED a a 1 – Area code – Phone no. ≥The order in which patterns a–c are displayed depends on how the telephone number is displayed in step 2. b Phone no. 1 2 3 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. Press (EDIT) to select a pattern. ≥If a phone number is not displayed in the caller information. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) ≥The number edited in step 3 will not be maintained in the Caller List. Scroll to the desired caller by using (›) or (‹). the number is rearranged into one of 3 different patterns. ≥The displayed phone number is dialed automatically. Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. ≥Each time you press (EDIT). Scroll to the desired caller by using (›) or (‹).
≥If the number requires editing. Scroll to the caller you want to store in the phone book by using (›) or (‹). see page 17. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode.“ Using the Caller List Storing Caller List Information in the Phone Book You can store numbers that are in the Caller List in the phone book.CINDY Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. 18 . 1 2 3 4 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. STORE CID TO ? Press a memory station number ((0) to (9)). ≥You can exit the programming mode at any time by pressing (OFF). ≥“CID” stands for Caller ID information. ≥A beep sounds. TURNER.
REAGAN. make sure that “ recent Caller List. Scroll to the caller you want to erase from the Caller List by using (›) or (‹). NO ITEMS STORED For assistance. CLEARED To erase all entries in the Caller List Before erasing all entries.Erasing Caller List Information After checking the Caller List. ” is not displayed in the 1 2 3 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. CLEAR ALL CID? Press (MUTE/CLEAR). ≥A beep sounds and all entries are erased. ≥A beep sounds and the information is erased. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 19 . ≥After a few seconds. To erase a speciﬁc caller from the Caller List 1 2 3 Lift the handset off the base unit and press (›) or (‹) to enter the Caller List. Press and hold (MUTE/CLEAR) until “CLEAR ALL CID?” is displayed. the display will show the next or previous caller information.TOM Basic Operation Press (MUTE/CLEAR). Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. you can erase some or all of the entries. ≥“CID” stands for Caller ID information.
the unit will return to the standby mode. Press (EDIT). TOM TOM 7 Press (EDIT) to save. ≥See the steps for entering names and symbols (p. ≥If a pause is required for dialing. ≥Each time you press (MUTE/CLEAR). Using the phone book. press (PAUSE/REDIAL) instead of entering a phone number. Storing Names and Numbers 1 Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. SELECT STATION# 2 3 4 5 6 Press a memory station number ((0) to (9)). TOM Press (EDIT). press and hold (MUTE/CLEAR). that information is displayed. ≥If a name is not required. ≥If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds. the digit under the cursor is erased. 21). (›) or (‹). 20 .Phone Book You can store up to 10 names and phone numbers in the phone book. up to 24 digits. Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). you can make a call by selecting a name on the handset display. ≥When you store the last number dialed. the digit is erased from the right. ≥You can exit the programming mode at any time by pressing (OFF). ≥To show the cursor. To erase all of the digits. (PAUSE/REDIAL) can be stored in a phone number counting as one digit (p. 26) in step 6. ≥If an item is already stored. up to 15 characters. Each time you press (MUTE/CLEAR). EMPTY ENTER NAME : Enter a name. ENTER NUMBER : Enter a phone number. press (EDIT) and go to step 6. press (›) after entering a digit. ≥A beep sounds. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. using the dialing buttons ((1) to (9)).
For assistance. If you make a mistake while entering a name Use (›) or (‹) to move the cursor to the incorrect character. ENTER NUMBER : ≥Follow steps 6 and 7 on page 20 to complete the operation. a character under the cursor is erased. press (1). press and hold (MUTE/CLEAR). Press (6) three times. Advanced Operation For example. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 21 . ENTER NAME : Press (8). Press a memory station number ((0) to (9)). ≥If you enter a blank. Pressing each button selects a character as shown below. press (EDIT) to save.“ Entering Names and Symbols The handset dialing buttons ((1) to (9)). The letters are printed on the dialing buttons. Number of times key is pressed Number of times key is pressed Keys 1 (1) Blank (2) A (3) D (4) G (5) J (6) M 2 – B E H K N 3 ¢ C F I L O 4 ! ( ) " ’ . Press (EDIT). press ($) or wait for 3 seconds. press (›) after entering a character. the cursor will ﬂash on the display. press (MUTE/CLEAR) to delete and enter the correct character. Each time you press (MUTE/CLEAR). While entering names. press (›) after entering a character. Keys 1 2 3 4 (7) P Q R S (8) T U V ? (9) W X Y Z (›) To move the cursor to the left (‹) To move the cursor to the right ≥To show the cursor. to enter “TOM”: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). (›) and (‹) can be used to enter letters and symbols. then wait for 3 seconds. To erase all characters. T TO TOM When ﬁnished. Press (6). ≥To enter another character using the same dialing button. ≥To show the cursor.
TALK FRANK ≥You can ﬁnd the items using the memory station numbers ((0) to (9)) directly in step 2. ((‹) and (›) cannot be used for ﬁnding the items. ≥The ﬁrst item or last item is displayed. Press (‹). ≥You can ﬁnd the items using the memory station numbers ((0) to (9)) directly in step 2.TOM Dialing 1 2 3 4 5 Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). The remaining numbers will be displayed alternately. ≥The number is dialed automatically. Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). Scroll to the desired item by using (‹) or (›). ≥If the phone number is more than 12 digits.“ Phone Book Finding Stored Items 1 2 Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. the whole number has not been shown.) 22 ···· VOL . Press (–––/FLASH) . the phone book is empty.TOM JONES. press (OFF) or place the handset on the base unit. follow the steps below: Press (–––/FLASH) ¤ (AUTO/PROGRAM) ¤ Station Number ((0) to (9)) . Press (‹) or (›). ≥You can exit the phone book at any time by pressing (OFF). Scroll to the phone book item that you want to dial by using (‹) or (›). Press (‹) or (›). ≥If “EMPTY” is displayed in step 2 or 3. ∫If you press (–––/FLASH) ﬁrst. ≥You can exit the phone book at any time by pressing (OFF). To hang up. ≥The ﬁrst item or last item is displayed. ANN 3 Press (›). JONES.
up to 15 characters.“ Editing Make sure the unit is in the standby mode. For assistance. JANE WALKER Press (EDIT). ≥A beep sounds. JANE JANE 4 5 6 Edit the name using the dialing buttons. the digit under the cursor is erased. ≥If you do not need to change the number. ≥You can ﬁnd the items using the memory station numbers ((0) to (9)) directly in step 2. The digit is added to the right of the cursor. Press (‹) or (›). Each time you press (MUTE/CLEAR). (›) or (‹) (p. JANE WALKER Advanced Operation Add a number to the current number. ≥The ﬁrst item or last item is displayed. press (›) or (‹). JANE WALKER JANE WALKER 7 When ﬁnished. ≥You can exit the phone book at any time by pressing (OFF). 21). and press (EDIT). press and hold (MUTE/CLEAR). go to step 7. To erase all of the digits. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. Scroll to the phone book item you want to change by using (‹) or (›). 1 2 3 Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 23 . press (EDIT) to save. ≥To move the cursor.
≥The handset will return to the standby mode. Review phone book record by using (‹) or (›). Press (MUTE/CLEAR). Press and hold (MUTE/CLEAR) until “CLEAR ALL ?” is displayed. Press (MUTE/CLEAR). ≥A beep sounds and all entries are erased. To erase all entries in the Phone book 1 2 3 4 Press (AUTO/PROGRAM). HELEN Scroll to the phone book item you want to erase by using (‹) or (›). Press (‹) or (›). ≥The ﬁrst item or last item is displayed. CLEAR ALL ? NO PHONEBOOK 24 . CLEARED ≥You can ﬁnd the items using the memory station numbers ((0) to (9)) directly in step 2. ≥You can exit the phone book at any time by pressing (OFF). ≥A beep sounds. ≥The handset will return to the standby mode. To erase a speciﬁc caller from the Phone book 1 2 3 4 Press (AUTO/PROGRAM).“ Phone Book Erasing Make sure the unit is in the standby mode.
please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 25 . ≥The IN USE/CHARGE indicator ﬂashes. ≥The dialing mode changes to tone. the mode will return to pulse. You can enter numbers to access an answering service. The handset beeps for 1 minute and “PAGING” is displayed on the handset. To stop paging. 1 2 Press (HANDSET\LOCATOR).Special Features “ IN USE/CHARGE Indicator (PAUSE/REDIAL) (OFF) (–––/FLASH) ($) (HANDSET–LOCATOR) Automatic Security Code Setting Each time you place the handset on the base unit. For assistance. press (HANDSET\LOCATOR) again or press (OFF) on the handset. the unit automatically selects one of more than 65. electronic banking service. etc. When you hang up. Temporary Tone Dialing (For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) Press ($) before entering access numbers which require tone dialing. Advanced Operation Handset Locator You can locate the handset or page the handset user with beep tones from the base unit. These codes help prevent the unauthorized use of your telephone line by another cordless telephone user.000 security codes.
NANCY ≥Please contact your telephone company for details and availability in your area. ≥The ﬁrst call is put on hold and you can answer the second call. After you hear a call-waiting tone while talking. ≥Pressing (PAUSE/REDIAL) more than once increases the length of the pause between numbers. the unit will display the caller’s name. ≥Ex. Line access number (9) (PBX) (9) ¤ (PAUSE/REDIAL) ¤ Phone number ≥Pressing (PAUSE/REDIAL) once creates a 3 second pause. ≥To return to the ﬁrst caller. BROWN. consult your telephone company for details. Call Waiting Caller ID Feature Call Waiting Caller ID Feature allows your unit to display the second caller’s information. ≥The call waiting service cannot be used when a parallel connected telephone is in use. ≥If this function does not operate properly. This prevents misdialing when you redial or dial a stored number. For Call Waiting Service Users Press (–––/FLASH) if you hear a call-waiting tone while talking.“ Special Features How to Use the PAUSE Button (For PBX Line/Long Distance Calls) We recommend you press (PAUSE/REDIAL) if a pause is required for dialing with a PBX or to make a long distance call. the phone number and the date and time received. press (–––/FLASH) again. 26 .
and connect an optional headset to the headset jack as shown below. disconnect the headset. Please use only a Panasonic KX-TCA86 or KX-TCA92 headset. For assistance. Connecting an optional headset to the handset Open the headset jack cover.Belt Clip You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the belt clip. If you want to have a normal cordless phone conversation. To order. call the accessories telephone number on page 2. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 27 . Useful Information The illustration of the headset is KX-TCA86. Headset Jack When an optional headset is connected to the handset. To attach the belt clip To remove the belt clip Optional Headset Plugging an optional headset into the handset allows a hands-free phone conversation. make sure to use the headset to talk with the caller.
1 Push the lower side of the hook (1) and pull down the hook until it locks (2). 2 1 2 3 Remove the wall mounting adaptor. then slide down. ≥The word “UP WALL” should face upward. Wall Phone Plate 28 . Mount the unit.Wall Mounting This unit can be mounted on a wall phone plate. 2 To Power Outlet 1 4 Connect the telephone line cord. 2 1 Connect the AC adaptor. ≥Raise the antenna. so the tab holds the handset. then push it in the direction of the arrow (1 and 2). Tuck the telephone line cord inside the wall mounting adaptor.
≥Make sure to place the handset with the keypad facing down. Standard Telephone Useful Information Single-Line Telephone Jack Telephone Line Cord T-Adaptor (KX-J66) For assistance. ≥The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights. 1 Hole Tab 2 Adding Another Phone This unit will not function during a power failure. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 29 . use the Panasonic T-adaptor KX-J66.5 To charge the battery: Fit the handset hole in the tab (1) and ﬁx the charge contacts (2). To order. call the accessories telephone number on page 2. To connect a standard telephone on the same line.
To order.Battery Replacement If “RECHARGE” and “ ” are displayed after a few telephone calls even if the battery was fully charged. 30 . Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery. Black Lead Red Lead 3 Close the cover. Then install the new one. At the end of its useful life. it is illegal to dispose of this battery into your municipal waste stream. 1 Press the notch on the handset cover ﬁrmly (1) and slide it as indicated by the arrow (2). ≥Be sure wires are free from being pressed by the battery body or handset cover. under various state and local laws. Make sure you charge the new battery for about 15 hours. ≥Insert the battery plug into the connector as shown in the picture. 1 2 2 Remove the old battery. call the accessories telephone number on page 2. A nickel cadmium battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased. replace the battery with a new Panasonic PQWBTC1461M (P-P504) battery.
Interference from other electrical units. Static. The handset does not ring. ≥Plug in the AC adaptor. ≥Clean the charge contacts and charge again (p. 30). sound cuts in/out. Move closer and try again. such as the dialing mode. 30). ≥The ringer volume is set to OFF. ≥Raise the base unit antenna. ≥Move closer to the base unit. For assistance. 9). 3). ≥Place the handset on the base unit and try again. ≥Install the battery properly (p. ≥Press (CH/FUNCTION) to select a clearer channel in the talk mode. 8). An alarm tone sounds. ≥You are too far from the base unit. ≥Locate the handset and the base unit away from other electrical appliances (p. “ Cause and Remedy ≥Check the settings (p. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) . ≥Charge the battery fully (p. 8). Press (OFF) and try again. ≥Raise the base unit antenna. 7–9).Troubleshooting Problem The unit does not work. place the handset on the base unit once then try again. When power returns. the handset loses communication with the base. ≥If a power failure occurs. Plug in. ≥Do not pause for over 60 seconds while programming. ≥(›) or (‹) may have been pressed when you picked up the handset. The handset display is blank. ≥Move closer to the base unit. 8. fades. Set to ON (p. 9). Useful Information 31 ≥Programming is not possible while the unit is in the talk mode or when viewing the Caller List/phone book. ≥Install the battery properly (p. ≥Charge the battery fully (p. and try again. ≥Place the handset on the base unit and unplug the AC adaptor to reset. You cannot program items. 8.
Wait until the IN USE/CHARGE indicator light goes out. ≥The handset is too far from the base unit. the handset starts to ring and stops the program/search. ≥To answer the call. Cause and Remedy ≥You cannot store an item in the phone book while the unit is in the talk mode. ≥Do not pause for over 60 seconds while storing. ≥You need to subscribe to a Caller ID service. ≥Do not pause for over 60 seconds while searching. See page 14. ≥Other electrical appliances connected to the same outlet may be interfering with the Caller ID information. While programming or searching. press (–––/FLASH) . 32 . ≥Other telephone equipment may be interfering with your phone.“ Troubleshooting Problem You cannot store a name and phone number in the phone book. The handset does not display the caller’s name and/or phone number. conversation. the unit does not display the new caller’s name and/or phone number. (HANDSET\LOCATOR) does not function. The display goes to the standby mode while viewing the Caller List. ≥Telephone line noise may be affecting the Caller ID information. Disconnect it and try again. Start again from the beginning after hanging up. When a second call is ≥The caller requested not to send his/her received during a information. ≥The handset is engaged in an outside call.
8). To have a normal cordless phone conversation. ≥Panasonic’s e-mail address for customer inquiries: consumerproducts@panasonic. ≥When an optional headset is connected (p. “RECHARGE” and “ ” are displayed or the handset beeps intermittently. ≥Charge the battery fully (p. You charged the battery fully. ≥Make sure that the optional headset is connected properly (p. the call is disconnected. ≥Install a new battery (p. ≥This is normal. Charge the battery fully (p.Problem You cannot redial by pressing (PAUSE/REDIAL). disconnect the headset. The IN USE/CHARGE indicator light does not go out while charging. ≥The battery needs to be recharged. 27). You cannot have a conversation using the handset. more than 32 digits long number will not be redialed correctly. more than 24 digits long number will not be redialed correctly. ≥When pressing (–––/FLASH) after (PAUSE/REDIAL). Cause and Remedy ≥When pressing (PAUSE/REDIAL) after (–––/FLASH) . If you cannot solve your problem For assistance. 30). 8). While talking. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 33 Useful Information . 27). 9). you must use the headset to talk with the caller.com for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY You cannot have a conversation using the headset. ≥Clean the charge contacts and charge again (p. ≥Call our customer call center at 1-800-211-PANA(7262). but “RECHARGE” and “ ” are still displayed.
kitchen sink. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Never push any objects through slots in this unit. 12. 14. 14. F. 13. This can result in the risk of ﬁre or electric shock. avoid using telephones except cordless types. 12. for example. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit. 11. 18. or in a place where proper ventilation is not provided. Improper adjustment may require extensive work by an authorized servicenter. 16. Install the unit where no one can step or trip on the cord. consult your dealer or local power company. 11. If liquid has been spilled into the unit. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home. 13. During thunderstorms. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 34 . Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to an authorized servicenter when the following conditions occur: A. B. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the unit is subsequently used. do not disassemble this unit. Serious damage and/or injury may result if the unit falls. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. D. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. They are provided for ventilation and protection against overheating. basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of ﬁre. Place this unit securely on a stable surface. electric shock. Do not use this unit near water. 19. Take the unit to an authorized servicenter when service is required. Never place the unit near radiators. C. Do not place objects on the power cord. 15. Read and understand all instructions. If the unit has been dropped or physically damaged. near a bathtub. or the like.Important Safety Instructions When using this unit. This may result in the risk of ﬁre or electric shock. Use only the power source marked on the unit. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Never spill any liquid on the unit. when in the vicinity of the leak. Unplug this unit from AC outlets before cleaning. washbowl. Adjust only controls covered by the operating instructions. There may be a remote risk of an electric shock from lightning. 17. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. Do not use this unit to report a gas leak. E. If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance. Do not cover slots and openings on the unit. 10. or personal injury. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. If the unit does not work normally by following the operating instructions. To reduce the risk of electric shock.
Charge the battery(ies) provided with or identiﬁed for use with this product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations speciﬁed in this manual. read and follow these instructions. Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a ﬁre. 3. 4. For assistance. ensure that the AC outlet is located/installed near the unit and is easily accessible. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 35 Useful Information . and keys. 2. ≥The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery to conductive materials such as rings.CAUTION: To reduce the risk of ﬁre or injury to persons. The battery and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns. Do not open or mutilate the battery(ies). bracelets. Use only the battery(ies) speciﬁed. DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE. They may explode. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD. 5. 1. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed. Check with local waste management codes for special disposal instructions. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin.
2001. . . On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains.0). If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e. 03 is a REN of 0. Also. (REN) . . . . . . Registration No. . . . . . . . the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn’t practical. . . . . . Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. . . . . . . the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. equipment. For products approved after July 23. . . . . . If requested. 36 . A compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. public service commission or corporation commission for information. The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line. . . . . . In most but not all areas. .g. consult your telephone company or a qualiﬁed installer. If trouble is experienced with this equipment. the REN for this product is part of the product identiﬁer that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.FCC and Other Information This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. a product identiﬁer in the format US:AAA-----. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network. the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. . . . . you will be advised of your right to ﬁle a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary. ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. . . Contact the state public utility commission. for repair or warranty information. . . . It is designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. .1B A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. . .3). The telephone company may make changes in its facilities. . . If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network. . this number must be provided to the telephone company. . . among other information. To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line. . If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modiﬁcations to maintain uninterrupted service. contact the local telephone company. . .. the sum of RENs should not exceed ﬁve (5. as determined by the total RENs. . 0. operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. . (found on the bottom of the unit) Ringer Equivalence No. please contact a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer. . . Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call.
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. —Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 37 Useful Information . However. and can radiate radio frequency energy and. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. The USOC jack is RJ11C and the jack is Part 68 compliance. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions. —Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. and (2) this device must accept any interference received. Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. uses. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. such as early morning or late evenings. This equipment generates. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. CAUTION: Any changes or modiﬁcations not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device. including interference that may cause undesired operation. For assistance. —Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. 2) Perform such activities in the off-peak hours. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: —Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.“ WHEN PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY NUMBERS AND(OR) MAKING TEST CALLS TO EMERGENCY NUMBERS: 1) Remain on the line and brieﬂy explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call.
“ FCC and Other Information This equipment is hearing aid compatible as deﬁned by the FCC in 47 CFR Section 68. have your unit repaired by one of the authorized Panasonic Factory Service Centers. If noise occurs. When you hold the phone to your ear. ≥Routine care—wipe the unit with a soft cloth.316. ≥Environment—do not place the unit in a room where the temperature is less than 5oC (41oF) or greater than 40oC (104oF). shock. Some Hearing Aids are not adequately shielded from external RF (radio frequency) energy. 38 . Avoid excessive smoke. unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet. dust. use an optional headset accessory or the speakerphone option (if applicable) when using this phone. Allow 10 cm (4q) clearance around the unit for proper ventilation. If the known working phone does not operate properly. thinner. consult your telephone company. or direct sunlight. Consult with your audiologist or Hearing Aid manufacturer about the availability of Hearing Aids which provide adequate shielding to RF energy commonly emitted by digital devices. When you leave the unit unused for a long period of time. or any abrasive powder. If the known working phone operates properly. Do not use benzine. ≥If there is any trouble—disconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect a known working phone. noise might be heard in your Hearing Aid. mechanical vibration.
) Security Codes: 65.85 MHz Dimensions (H k W k D): Approx. 236 mm k 55 mm k 44 mm (9 9⁄32q k 2 5⁄32q k 1 23⁄32q) Mass (Weight): Approx.1 MHz – 904. For assistance. 4 W Frequency: 902. 260 g (0. 600 mAh) Frequency: 925. 230 g (0.1 W Maximum: Approx. 89 mm k 127 mm k 180 mm (3 1⁄2q k 5q k 7 3⁄32q) Mass (Weight): Approx.Speciﬁcations ∫Base unit Power Supply: Power Consumption: AC Adaptor (120 V AC.) ∫Handset Power Supply: Ni-Cd battery (3.6 V.50 lb.05 MHz Dimensions (H k W k D): Approx. 60 Hz) Standby: Approx.000 ∫Dialing Mode: ∫Operating Environment: Tone (DTMF)/Pulse 5°C – 40°C (41°F – 104°F) Speciﬁcations are subject to change without notice. please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262) 39 Useful Information . 3.9 MHz – 927.57 lb.
..................................... 11 storing ................................................ 17 Rotary service....................... 34 Shipping product for service .................... 5............. 7 40 ................................................................. 20 Caller ID............................................. 41 I Installation AC adaptor . 7 Adding another phone ......... 14 Predial......................................... 30 dialing ................ 8 PAUSE.................... 29 Battery ..... 12 H Handset Locator ...... 3 Battery.............................. 25 Caller List R editing .......... optional.. 18............ 21 Call waiting tone .. 27 Wall mounting ........ 39 T F FCC and other information ........... 12........ 11 S CID .................... 27 editing ........Index A Accessories ...................... 25 Channel (CH).................................................................. 17 erasing . 9 Calling back from Caller ID List ............ 13 Pulse service ................. tone dialing ...................... 25 L Language....................................................................................................... 26 Battery life..... 10 Speciﬁcation ....... 11 Caller ID service ................. 8 Telephone line cord ............................................ 9 Phone book..................... 26 storing ............................ 23 erasing ............... 2 Answering calls............................ 31 Function Menu . 15.. 24 ﬁnding ....... 12 Automatic Security Code Setting ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Mute................. 25 W Headset.......................... 26 name and symbols ..................................... 10 V Volume control....................................... Charge ............................. 6 M Making calls ..... 20 Battery replacement.................................... 12 B Backlit LCD ....... 19 Redial........................................... 16 Ringer Volume ........... 12 P Base Unit location..... 43 D Dialing mode. 10 Location of controls .................................... 3.......................... display.............. 9 viewing............ 28 Warranty ............. 22 Belt Clip ........................... display .... 22 C Call waiting caller ID ......................................................................... 19 Safety Instructions .................................. 18 Ringer Off ...... 36 Troubleshooting ...........................................................................
. WA 98032 Tel: 1-800-833-9626 Fax: 1-800-237-9080 For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Sales Company (787)-750-4300 or fax (787)768-2910. or service by anyone other than a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer. neglect. mishandling. Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship. and cosmetic parts (cabinet). faulty installation. and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage. or other business or rental use of the product. Panasonic Plus Department 20421 84th Avenue South Kent. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold “as is”. misapplication. To obtain service in the USA please contact: Panasonic Services Company. which starts with the date of original purchase (“warranty period”). DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CORPORATION OF AMERICA One Panasonic Way Secaucus. INC. When shipping the unit carefully pack and send it prepaid. A purchase receipt or other proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service. During the “Parts” warranty period. Km.5 San Gabriel Industrial Park Carolina. Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively referred to as “the warrantor”) will. Puerto Rico 00985 Panasonic Telephone Limited Warranty Limited Warranty Coverage If your telephone (identiﬁed in your Operating Instructions) does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship. for the length of the period indicated on the chart below. at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts. set-up adjustments. 41 . or failures which result from accidents. commercial use such as hotel. or damage that is attributable to acts of God. misadjustment of consumer controls. Include a letter detailing the complaint and provide a day time phone number where you can be reached. office. or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor. The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor. This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puerto Rico. This Limited Warranty excludes both parts and labor for batteries. 65 de Infanteria. or (b) replace it with a new or a refurbished product. introduction of sand. Parts One (1) Year Labor One (1) Year ✄ During the “Labor” warranty period there will be no charge for labor. abuse. New Jersey 07094 PANASONIC SALES COMPANY. antennas. modiﬁcation. there will be no charge for parts. power line surge. humidity or liquids. restaurant. Ave. adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. The warranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which occurred in shipment. 9. improper maintenance.PANASONIC CONSUMER ELECTRONICS COMPANY. lightning damage. alteration. misuse. You must mail-in your product during the warranty period. DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC OF PUERTO RICO.
this excludes damages for lost time. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction. 65 de Infantería. or send e-mail : consumerproducts@panasonic. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives you speciﬁc legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. San Gabriel Industrial Park. OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY.com You can purchase parts. Discover Card. Literature Request. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period. Accessory Purchases: 1-800-332-5368 (Customer Orders Only) For hearing or speech impaired TTY users. WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. The items listed are not exclusive. PARTS AND SERVICE. (As examples. so the exclusions may not apply to you. and all Customer Service inquiries please contact: 1-800-211-PANA (7262). or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts. then write to the warrantor’s Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses listed for the warrantor. TTY : 1-866-605-1277 Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South.panasonic. Kent. lost calls or messages. Km. Inc. Check) Service in Puerto Rico Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico. cost of having someone remove or re-install an installed unit if applicable. Puerto Rico 00985 Phone (787)750-4300 Fax (787)768-2910 42 . TTY : 1-877-833-8855 Web Site: http://www.5. you may contact your dealer or Servicenter. Monday-Friday 9 am-9 pm. Panasonic Sales Company/ Factory Servicenter: Ave. Dealer Locations.THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS LISTED UNDER “LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE”. WA 98032 (6 am to 5 pm Monday . THE WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT. EST. Carolina.com For hearing or speech impaired TTY users. Customer Services Directory For Product Information. MasterCard. but are for illustration only. SaturdaySunday 9 am-7 pm. 9. ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. Operating Assistance. 6 am to 10:30 am Saturday. travel to and from the servicer.) ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES. American Express. accessories or locate your nearest servicenter by visiting our Web Site. PST) (Visa.Friday. ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY.
Symptom ≥Send the unit to an authorized servicenter. preferably in the original carton. ≥Do not send your unit to the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company listed on the back cover or to executive or regional sales offices.For product service ≥Call 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or 1-800-833-9626 for the location of an authorized servicenter.com for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY When you ship the product ≥Carefully pack your unit. ≥Attach a letter. ≥Panasonic’s e-mail address for customer inquiries: consumerproducts@panasonic. detailing the symptom. These locations do not repair consumer products. prepaid and adequately insured. 43 . to the outside of the carton.
5. Inc. Ave. San Gabriel Industrial Park Carolina. Secaucus. 65 de Infantería. Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One Panasonic Way. 9.If you need assistance with the set-up or operation. please call 1-800-211-PANA(7262) Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company. New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Sales Company. Km. Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico 00985 PQQX13499ZC F0902-2033 D .
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