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GE 27934 Important Safety Instructions
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Connecting the AC (Electrical) Power Introduction Before You Begin Parts Checklist Telephone Jack Requirements Digital Security System 40 Channel 2.4 GHz Call Waiting Caller ID Cordless Telephone System Users Guide 27934 Equipment Approval Information Important Installation Information Installing the Phone Installing the Handset Battery Telephone Setup Registration Programmable Menus Display Language Local Area Code Ringer Tone Tone/Pulse Factory Default Cordless Phone Basics Making a Call Call Transfer Redial Receiving a Call In Use Indicator Flash Volume Channel Button Temporary Tone Exit Ringer Switch Paging the Handset Caller ID Features Interference Information Licensing Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) Extra Charging Cradle Connecting the Telephone Line Wall Mounting Handset Layout Receiving and Storing Calls Reviewing Caller ID Records Deleting the Current Record Deleting All Records Storing Caller ID Records in Memory To Replace an Old Memory with a New Caller ID Record: Dialing a Caller ID Number Changing the Number Format 2Memory Storing a Name and Number in Memory Storing a Redial Number To Replace an Old Memory with a New Redial Number Changing a Stored Number Dialing a Stored Number Chain Dialing from Memory Inserting a Pause in the Dialing Sequence Reviewing and Deleting Stored Numbers Headset and Belt Clip Operation Connecting an Optional Headset to the Handset Connecting the Belt Clip Changing the Battery Battery Safety Precautions General Product Care Handset Sound Signals Display and Caller ID Messages Troubleshooting Guide Cordless Phone Solutions Caller ID Solutions Causes of Poor Reception Service Limited Warranty Accessory Information