Caller id operation, Playing messages, Deleting messages – NexxTech 4313385 User Manual
Page 3: Adjusting the speaker volume, Screening calls, Receiving calls, Reviewing caller id records, Deleting caller id records, Backlit display
The Message LED flashes after the unit records new messages, recorded
memos, or two-way phone conversations.
1. To listen to all messages, memos, and two-way conversations, press PLAY/
PAUSE button. The unit plays each new message in sequence and
announces the date and time it was recorded.
2. During message playback:
/ OGM button to repeat the current message.
Press and hold
/ OGM button until your hear a beep to repeat the
Press / TIME CHECK button to skip forward to the next message.
Press / TIME CHECK button several times in succession to skip
Press PLAY/PAUSE button to pause, press PLAY/PAUSE button again
To stop message playback, press ON/OFF/STOP button.
3. After playing all messages, the unit sounds a beep and then returns to
answer-ready mode. The Message LED lights solid and all messages are
To replay the messages, press PLAY/PAUSE button.
You can delete messages individually during playback, or all at once after
To delete an incoming message, memo, or two-way phone conversation (after
listening to it), press DELETE button during playback.
To delete all messages after playback, hold down DELETE button until you
hear a beep.
Note: You cannot delete the messages until you play them all back.
ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER VOLUME
Press button to increase the volume, or button to decrease the volume.
To screen your calls, let the unit answer. Listen to the callerʼs message through
the unitʼs speaker. If you decide to answer the call, pick up any phone connected
to the same phone line as the unit. The unit stops recording and resets to
answer the next call.
If memory is full, the unit cannot record new messages until you delete the old
messages. See “Deleting Messages” section.
The unit will answer calls after 10 rings and you will hear an announcement of
“Memory is full”. If the 3-digit security code has not been entered within 10
seconds, the unit will hang up.
Note: The maximum recording memory of your answering system is
approximately 50 minutes.
CALLER ID OPERATION
Caller ID is a service provided by your telephone company. When you subscribe
to this service, the telephone company sends the callerʼs telephone number
(and name, if available) and the callʼs date and time. This unit receives and
displays this information for each call. This unit saves up to 64 Caller ID records,
then replaces the oldest Caller ID record with each new one.
During an incoming call, NEW appears and the New Call LED blinks while the
phone is ringing. The number of new and total calls appear. The New Call LED
blinks until all the new calls have been reviewed.
If only the callerʼs phone number is received, the callerʼs phone number
with the call time and date appear.
If an incorrect, invalid or incomplete signal is received, ʻ
If the name and number are unlisted, ʻ
ʼ appears with the call
time and date.
If the name and number are not available, ʻ
ʼ appears with
the call time and date.
If no key is pressed within 30 seconds, the LCD will return to standby mode,
and display the total call counter, new call counter, current time and date.
REVIEWING CALLER ID RECORDS
Each Caller ID record includes the time and date of the call, the call number
(determined by the order in which the calls are received), the callerʼs telephone
number, and the callerʼs name (if available).
1. Press REVIEW button to review the latest number, or press REVIEW
button to review the oldest number.
After you view all the calls in memory, ʻ
END OF LIST
ʼ appears and the
New Call LED turns off.
2. To view them again, press REVIEW or button.
Note: REPEAT appears if you receive more than one call from the same
DELETING CALLER ID RECORDS
Deleting a single record
1. Press REVIEW or button until you see the record you want to delete.
2. Press ERASE button once. ʻ
3. Hold down the ERASE button until ʻERASEDʼ appears. The remaining
Caller ID records are renumbered automatically.
Deleting all records
1. After reviewing all new messages, press and hold down the ʻERASEʼ
button until the ʻERASE ALL?ʼ appears.
2. Release the ʻERASEʼ button and press it again while ʻERASE ALL?ʼ is
still on the display until ʻALL ERASEDʼ appears.
Note: You must review all new calls before you can erase all calls.
When you receive a call or press any key, the LCD will light up. It will turn off
after approx. 7 seconds when no key is pressed.
CALL BACK FROM THE CALLER ID MEMORY
1. Press REVIEW or button to find the Caller ID memory location to be
2. Press CALL BACK button, the 7-digit number (if same area code) or
11-digit number (if different area code) will blink.
3. Press REVIEW or button to select one of the options.
4. Press CALL BACK button, the LCD shows ʻDIALING...ʼ and the phone
number to be dialed immediately. The LCD then shows ʻPICK UP
Note: If you pick up the handset before pressing the CALL BACK button,
ʻREPLACE HANDSETʼ will appear. Replace the handset then the number
will be redialed and ʻPICK UP HANDSETʼ will appear.
5. Pick up the handset on the telephone connected to the same telephone
line as the unit for conversation.
When the callerʼs phone number has a different area code from
The long distance dialing digit ʻ1ʼ will be inserted automatically during Caller
ID memory call back.
Press CALL BACK button, 11-digit number will blink. Press CALL BACK button
again to confirm to dial the 11-digit number.
When the callerʼs phone number has the same area code as the
The long distance dialing digit ʻ1ʼ and the 3-digit area code will be deleted
automatically during Caller ID memory call back.
Press CALL BACK button, 7-digit number will blink. Press CALL BACK button
again to confirm to dial the 7-digit number.
Note: Your telephone company may require a different format for making out-
of-area (toll) calls WITHIN your area code. See the next section for the
procedure to obtain the applicable toll-call format for your phone company.
When your telephone company requires you to dial other than a 7-digit number
(same area code) or 11-digit number (different area code) to make toll calls
within your area code, follow one of the four options below for Caller ID call
1+Area Code+7-Digit Number (11 digits)
1+7-Digit Number (8 digits)
Area Code+7-Digit Number (10 digits)
7-Digit Number Only.
Follow the procedure below to select one of the four options for Caller ID call
With the handset hung up on the base.
1. Press REVIEW or button to find the Caller ID memory location to
redial. Press CALL BACK button, the 7-digit number (if same area code)
or 11-digit number (if different area code) will blink.
2. Press REVIEW or button to select one of the options.
3. Press CALL BACK button again to confirm the dial. The LCD shows
ʼ. The selected number is dialed automatically and then
the LCD shows ʻ
PICK UP HANDSET