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GE 00006068 Installation Instructions
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Connecting the Telephone Line Connecting the Electrical Power Battery Backup Installing the Phone Installing the Handset Battery Base Setup Real Time Clock Auto Update Keytone Setting Display Backlight Radio Operation Programming Preset Channels Built-in AFC AM Antenna FM Antenna Headphone Output Auxiliary Audio-In Jack Equipment Approval Information Interference Information Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) Licensing FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement Telephone Jack Requirements Installation Digital Security System Important Installation Guidelines Introduction Before You Begin Model 27980 2.4 GHz Cordless BedroomPhone Users Guide Handset Layout FLASH/ CALL WAIT/ PROGRAM CHAN/DELETE (channel/delete button) MEM (memory button) EXIT/TONE* TALK/CALL BACK FORMAT display REDIAL Base Layout Handset Setup Programmable Menus Display Language Local Area Code Ringer Tone Tone/Pulse Factory Default Alarm Setup Set Alarm Type Set Alarm Time Set Alarm Length Set Radio Alarm Preset Channel Set Alarm Volume 2Caller ID (CID) Memory Storing a Name and Number in Memory Storing the Last Number Dialed Inserting a Pause in the Dialing Sequence Changing a Stored Number Reviewing and Deleting Stored Numbers Dialing a Stored Number Chain Dialing from Memory Turning Off the Alarms Setting the Snooze Timer Snooze Timer Using the Sleep Timer Telephone Operation Making a Call Redial Receiving a Call Flash Handset Volume Channel Button Temporary Tone Exit Ringer Switch Paging the Handset Changing the Handset Battery Battery Safety Precautions Caller ID Solutions Causes of Poor Reception General Product Care Service Limited Warranty Accessory Information Call Waiting Caller ID Receiving CID Records Storing CID Records (In CID Memory) Reviewing Caller ID Records Dialing a Caller ID Number Storing CID Records in Internal Memory To Replace a Stored CID Record Deleting a CID Record Display and Caller ID Messages Troubleshooting Guide