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User manual Ameriphone, model RC-200

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to turn on phone. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 • • Voice Activated answering is off, (RC-200 only). Ring volume set to Hi. Unanswered call indicator is on. ”0“ (operator) is programmed into Voice Mail indicator is off, (RC-200). Remote Flash switch is off, the first memory location of M1. Press 0 on the keypad to Press SCAN button. turn it off; or Press 1 key on the keypad to turn it on. 32 Press 0 key to turn it off; or Press SCAN button. Press 1-9 keys to turn it on. See Page 5 for rate selection guide. Press MUTE twice. 2 2 3 (RC-200 only). 2 Press HEADSET twice. 2 Press FLASH/PAUSE twice. 2 Dial the number (up to 40 digits). Select the memory button. Press once for first location, or twice for second location. 3 2 2 Dial the number. The number is dialed in 7 seconds. Press ON/OFF button to hang up.3 2 When the desired directory Press Remote Transmitter to hang up. 3 location is lit, press it again. 2 The first number stored Press Remote Transmitter once to 3 under M1 is dialed. hang up. 2 Press ON/OFF button to hang up. 2 Press Remote Transmitter once to hang up. 2 It hangs up automatically after one minute of silence or when it detects dial tone. CHAPTER 7 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY CHAPTER 7 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY If any problem should occur during operation of your DIALOGUE RC, review the list below. Should the difficulty persist, contact AMERIPHONE or your authorized dealer before sending the phone for service. SYMPTOM CAUSE AND REMEDY No dial tone – Check all phone line connections. No power – Check power connection. Does not dial out – Check all phone line connections and power connection. – Change to pulse dialing and try again. Does not dial memory number – No number programmed in memory. Remote Transmitter does not work – Check or replace battery. – Check channel settings. – Make sure no part of the DIALOGUE RC system is on or near metal surfaces or electrical equipment. No audible ring – Make sure the ringer is not set to "Off" position. Does not scan through memory – Turn on Scan function. Scanning too fast/slow – Program Scan rate to a slower/faster setting. (Dialogue RC–200 only.) Cuts in and out while speaking/ listening – Avoid speaking at the same time as the other party. Take turns. SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT YOU MUST CONTACT AMERIPHONE BEFORE MAKING THE FOLLOWING ADJUSTMENT: Callers can’t hear your voice when using the optional headset with integrated microphone – Turn HEADSET MIC GAIN adjustment, located on bottom of unit, clockwise to increase sensitivity, counterclockwise to decrease. CHAPTER 7 (CONTINUED) CHAPTER 7 (CONTINUED) CHANNEL SETTINGS The DIALOGUE RC and Remote Transmitter use radio signals to communicate with each other. For the Remote Transmitter to activate the DIALOGUE RC, they both have to be on the same "channel." A "DIP Switch" is used for channel selection. Your phone and remote have been preset at the factory to a standard channel setting. Under normal operating conditions, there is no adjustment necessary. If your system encounters interference and repeatedly activates by itself for no obvious reasons, it may be necessary to change DIP Switch settings on the DIALOGUE RC and Remote Transmitter. 1. Unscrew bottom of the Remote Transmitter. 2. Locate DIP Switches on Remote Transmitter and on bottom of DIALOGUE RC. 3. Using a ball point pen, change the settings on all switch positions to match exactly on both DIALOGUE RC and Remote Transmitter. 4. Replace remote cover and test. ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SETTOMATCHEXACTLY (Remove cover to expose switch) Figure 24 – Channel setup CHAPTER 9 FCC INFORMATION CHAPTER 8 MAINTENANCE CHAPTER 9 FCC INFORMATION CHAPTER 8 MAINTENANCE To ensure trouble–free service, your DIALOGUE RC should always be treated with care. Do not drop or subject the phone to high impact. The unit can be cleaned with a damp cloth and a mild detergent. Never use abrasives or solvents. Keep the unit plugged into the electrical outlet at all times, except when cleaning. This will automatically recharge the optional back–up batteries, and keep the phone operational for incoming calls. We recommend using a surge protector to prevent damage to the DIALOGUE RC in case of power surges or electrical storms. Your local telephone company is required by the FCC to allow you to connect FCC registered telephone equipment to their telephone lines. They may ask you to provide them the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) registration number and the Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of the DIALOGUE RC printed on the label on the bottom of the unit. DIALOGUE RC uses a FCC Part 15 approved transmitter and receiver. Its operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CHAPTER 10 WARRANTY CHAPTER 10 WARRANTY This warranty applies only to AMERIPHONE products that are purchased and used in the U...

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