Notice DORO 513C

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« 3-16) English (see page 4-8) 1 Memory button 2 Hanger Hook for Wall Mounting 3 Handset Volume Control 4 Redial/Pause button 5 Recall button 6 Store/Mute button and LED 7 Visual Ring indicator 8 One Touch MemoriesEnglish 4 www.doro.com Operation Connection 1. Connect the curly cord to the handset and to the socket marked q on the underside of the telephone. 2. Connect the telephone line cord to the socket marked T on the underside of the telephone, and then to a telephone network wall socket. 3. You will hear a click when the modular plug is correctly in place. 4. Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone. Your telephone is now operational. 5. Australia/New Zealand only: Ensure that the recall button timing switch underneath the telephone is correctly set (100 ms AUS or 600 ms NZ). Ringer On the right hand side and underside of the telephone are switches to adjust the ringer volume, type and tone. Ringer volume Ringer type Ringer tone Volume control The handset earpiece volume may be adjusted during a call using . Press the right side of the button to increase and the left side to decrease the volume. Mute button The handset microphone can be disabled during a call by pressing z. Press z once more to reactivate the microphone. The LED next to the button ?ashes when the microphone is muted. Redial button If the number dialled is engaged or if you wish to redial the last number dialled, lift the handset and press the redial button r. English www.doro.com 5 Settings Memory The telephone will store 4 one-touch and 10 two-touch memories for frequently dialled telephone numbers. When a number is stored in memory, you need only press one or two buttons dependant on location to make a call. One-touch memories are numbered M1-M4, two-touch memories are stored using the telephone keypad digits 0-9. Storing One-touch Memories 1. Lift the handset and press P (ignore anything you hear in the earpiece). 2. Select a memory location (M1-M4) by pressing the corresponding button. 3. Enter the phone number to be stored (up to 21 digits). 4. Press P again. 5. Replace the handset. The number is now stored. Dialing using One-touch Memories 1. Lift the handset and wait for a dialling tone. 2. Dial the desired number by pressing the corresponding memory location(M1-M4). Storing Two-touch Memories 1. Lift the handset and press P (ignore anything you hear in the earpiece). 2. Press m. 3. Select a memory location by pressing one of the keypad numbers 0-9. 4. Enter the phone number to be stored (up to 21 digits). 5. Press P and replace the handset The number is now stored. Dialing using Two-touch Memories 1. Lift the handset and wait for a dialling tone. 2. Press m. 3. Select the memory location where the number is stored by pressing the relevant keypad number 0-9. Press r if you want a pause in the telephone number. If a stored number changes, enter the new number in the location of the old one following the procedures above. For reference names or numbers can be written on the memory index card.English 6 www.doro.com Other Hearing Aid compatible This telephone is hearing aid compatible. Select the T mode on your hearing aid to enable this feature. Wall mounting The telephone can be wall mounted. Use two screws vertically mounted 100 mm apart the screws should then ?t into the two ‘keyholes’ on the back of the telephone. The telephone will mount directly to an Australi... »

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