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User manual Siemens, model Euroset 5015

Manafacture: Siemens
File size: 838.08 kb
File name: Siemens-Euroset_5015-Pdf-Rus.Pdf
Language of manual:ruhrenfr
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volume) u Recall key pressed P Pause z No memory content — PIN entry zzzz Telephone locked 0 - 9 Phone number With tone dialling: n - (~* key pressed — - # key pressed With additional services from public network providers: ë Call waiting ™ Call forwarding immediately ®° Call forwarding on no reply — Call forwarding when busy Safety precautions When installing, connecting and operating the telephone, always observe the following precautions: ♦ Only use the plugs and leads supplied. ♦ Only connect the connecting lead to the socket/jack provided for that purpose. ♦ Only connect approved accessories. ♦ Arrange the connecting lead where it will not cause accidents. ♦ Position the telephone on a non-slip surface. ♦ For your safety and protection, the telephone must not be used in bath or shower rooms (wet locations). The telephone is not splash proof. ♦ Never expose the telephone to sources of heat, direct sunlight or other electrical devices. ♦ Protect your telephone from moisture, dust, corrosive liquids and vapours. ♦ Never open up the telephone yourself. ♦ Do not touch the plug contact with pointed or metallic objects. ♦ Do not carry the telephone by the leads. ♦ If you give your Euroset 5015 to someone else, make sure you also give them the user guide. 2 2 All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities. This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Preparing the telephone for use Recommended installation of telephone ♦ Do not expose the telephone to direct sunlight or other sources of heat. ♦ Operate at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C. ♦ Maintain a distance of at least one metre between the telephone and radio equipment, e.g. wireless telephones, wireless pagers or TV sets. Otherwise, telephone communication could be impaired. ♦ Do not install the telephone in dusty areas as this can shorten the service life of the telephone. ♦ To clean, wipe with a moist or antistatic cloth only, never with a dry cloth (risk of electrostatic charging and discharge) or harsh cleaning agent. ♦ Fu rniture lacquer and polish can be damaged by contact with parts of the unit (e.g. device feet). Connecting Insert the short end of the coiled handset cord in the socket provided in the handset and the long end in the socket marked with an «a on the underside of the device. Plug the phone cord into the outlet on the wall and the other end into the socket marked with a gg on the underside of the device. Then your telephone is ready to use. Making calls Dialling a number CO Lift handset, dial number. Any digits after the 20th digit are moved from right to left in the display. The Pause key (~< can be used to insert pauses when dialling, starting from the 2nd digit. Last number redial (one of the last 5 call numbers) The last 5 different call numbers dialed are automatically saved (max. 32 digits each). C Lift handset (or press the Loudspeaker key (L until the dialling tone is audible). ;...; Press the Redial key repeatedly until the required call number appears with the place number (1...5 on the left). 0 Enter the place number (1...5). The relevant call number is redialed. Dialling using the repertory keys C Lift handset (or press the Loudspeaker key (L until the dialling tone is audible). (If necessary, press (~= for a 2nd level repertory key). 1 1 Press repertory key. Saving numbers 3 Adjusting the telephone Different telephone settings must be completed with the Set key f? so that they are available permanently. In order to cancel without saving, e. g. after an incorrect entry, replace the handset instead of pressing f? at the end. The original setting is then retained. Saving with notebook function You can also save phone numbers during a conversation with the notebook function. Saving repertory numbers You can save up to 20 phone numbers (or even functions, see page 6) on both levels of the repertory keys. C(?l Lift handset, press the Set key. (For 2nd memory level, also press (~=.) 1 1 Press the repertory key under which you want to save the repertory number. A number that has already been saved is shown in the display. If the memory for this repertory key is empty, Z appears in the display O Enter the number to be saved (up to 32 digits). or ... Saving from the redial list: ;...; Press the Redial key repeatedly until the desired ...

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