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Panasonic KX-TC2000ALF Operating Instructions
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PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE. Cordless Phone Operating Instructions KX-TC2000ALF/KX-TC2000ALS KX-TC2000ALW/KX-TC2000NZB KX-TC2000NZF/KX-TC2000NZW 6-F Specifications 1-C Settings 1-A Accessories 1-B Location of Controls Connect as shown. STOP Handset Base unit Install the battery in the handset, and close the handset cover, locking it into place. Charge the battery for about 15 hours. 2Getting Started For Australia For New Zealand For Australia only To redial the last number dialled To select the handset receiver volume If noise interferes with the conversation Backlit handset keypad Press (TALK). Dial a phone number. press (TALK) or place the handset on the base unit. Selecting the ringer volume If the handset is off the base unit, press (TALK). OR If on the base unit, just lift up. 2-A Making Calls 2-B Answering Calls 3Making /Answering Calls 4Speed Dialler One-Touch Dialler To erase a stored number Press (PROGRAM). Enter a phone number up to 16 digits. Press (AUTO). Press a memory station number ((0) to (9)). If you misdial To erase a stored number Press (PROGRAM). Enter a phone number up to 16 digits. Press (DIRECT). 3-A Storing Phone Numbers in Memory 4-A Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button 53-B Dialling a Stored Number Dialling a Stored Number in the DIRECT Button 4-B 5-A Handset Locator 5-B Automatic Security Code Setting 5-C Using the PAUSE Button 5-D RECALL Button Selecting the recall time 6Special Features 6-A Battery 6-B Base Unit Location 6-C Wall Mounting 7Things You Should Know