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Press the REDIAL button in normal mode will automatically redial he last number
dialed via the keypad (up to 32 digits).
10. PARALLEL WORKING
If the telephone is connected in parallel (two or more telephones on the same
PABX/exchange line) and one of the other telephones is used simultaneously, correct
operation cannot be guaranteed. It is, therefore, recommended that only one
telephone be used at a time.
11. LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE PHONE
The telephone can be locked to prevent unauthorized use. Use
the key provided to lock the phone. You can still receive
incoming calls when the phone is locked. Note that when the
phone is locked only the memory locations M1 – M5 will be
able to dial out.
12. WALL MOUNTING
The key-slots on the underside of the telephone base can be used to mount the telephone
directly onto a wall. The telephone base has a reversible handset retaining clip ( s e e
F i g u r e 1 o n p a g e 2 ) for wall mounting.
The wedge (see Figure 2 on page 3) should be
removed and fitted at the bottom two wedge slots when wall mounting.
To mount the phone against a wall, you need two screws (not supplied) with
heads that fit into the keyhole slots in the bottom of the phone and wedge.
Remove the wedge from the desk top position by pressing in on both ends to
disengage the clips.
On the base, pull out the handset retainer clip (see Figure 1 on page 2), turn it
around and place in the opposite direction, so that the clip allows the handset to
hang onto the base unit.
Fit the wedge in wall mounting position so that the narrow end of the screw slot
Drill two holes in the wall 100 mm apart and fit raw plugs if necessary.
Thread a screw into each hole, letting the heads extend about 5 mm from the
wall. Place the base on the 2 screws and slide downwards to engage the screws
in the narrow portions of the slots.
Connect phone to handset and telephone jack on wall as described in Installing
the Telephone on page 4.
Lift the handset Listen for dial tone Press REDIAL