9. P(Pause) button
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1. Where to find it
. Locating the Base unit
The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:
the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or
it is not close to a sink, bath or shower , or anywhere else where
it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing
machines, microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.
Plug the coiled handset
cord into the Handset.
Plug the other end into
the jack on the left
side of the Base unit.
Place the Handset in
the Base unit.
. Plug the telephone line cord free end
into a modular wall jack.
Press the cable into the groove so that
the Base unit stands level.
Lift the Handset and check for
in the earpiece.
Always use the
line cords may
Make sure the plugs
click into place.
it might get wet.
Lift the Handset, listen for a dial tone.
Dial the telephone number you wish to call.
To end the call, return the Handset to the
Lift the handset to answer call.
o answer a
Replace the Handset on the Base unit cradle.
o end a call
3. Telephone Operation
Lift the Handset to redial the last number.
Press LNR button.
The phone automatically dials the last
number you called (maximum of 32 digits).
During a call press and hold the
When the mouthpiece is muted, the person
at the other end of the call cannot hear you
but you can hear his side.
To get back to the call, to release the
Use on PBX
Press R (RECALL) button on your
If you are using your Lyris 110 phone on a
Lyris 110 phone.
PBX,and the PBX user guide tells you to press
Pressing PAUSE button immediately after the
For some switchboard system, an access
access number, a pause of about 3.6 seconds
will be entered, and the desired number can
Press PAUSE button to insert a pause when
dialing or storing Long Distance Access Codes.
Telphone Operation continue...
be dialed immediately.
number must be dialed (usually an 8 or 9) to
get another dial tone and an outside line.
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3. STO (Store)button
4. MEM button
for an incoming call.
- This flashes when the phone
2. M1,M2 and M3 one -Touch Memory Buttons
5. LNR(Last Number Redial) button
6. Mute button
7. R(Recall) button
8. P(Pause) button