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Pressing the MUTE key during a call will disconnect the microphone, allowing you to
have a private conversation without the other party hearing you. When the mute facility
is activated, a beep tone is heard in the receiver.
Pressing MUTE again (or any other button on the keypad) reconnects the microphone
allowing you to resume your telephone conversation. Replacing the handset also cancels
the mute function. If the telephone is connected behind a PABX, pressing RECALL
when Mute is activated will place the other party on hold.
Pressing the REDIAL key will automatically redial the last number dialed.
The RECALL key is used with voice services and PABX systems to transfer, or place
calls on hold. Refer to your PABX system manual for the operation of this facility.
VISUAL RINGING INDICATOR
The Ringing indicator lamp will light up when the phone is ringing to indicate an
HANDSET VOLUME CONTROL
The handset volume may be adjusted by using the NORM/HIGH switch on the side of the
handset. You can set the volume louder by sliding the switch to the HIGH position or
softer by sliding the switch to the NORM position.
Next to the LINE jack is a DATA connection. This connection may be used for a second
telephone or a modem.
CHANGING THE DIALING MODE DURING A CALL
If the telephone is set to Pulse mode, you can change to Tone mode during a call by
pressing the * key. This is useful for Home Banking purposes, etc.
The Telkom Basic Voicemail service must be active for this feature to be operational, ring
10219 for further details. When voicemail is active, the MSG LED flashes to show that you
have a new voice mail message. The MSG LED will switch off, a few minutes after you have
listened to your messages and gone on-hook.
The IN-USE LED is on when the telephone is in-use and goes out when you replace the
MAKING AND ANSWERING CALLS
Lift the handset Listen for dial tone Dial the number Listen for ringing tone
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