Edition 4 26 March 97. Response 130 telephone and answering machine. User guide

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1 Edition 4 26 March 97 Response 130 telephone and answering machine User guide

2 At a glance Directory label For making a note of numbers stored in the memories. One-touch dial memory buttons Allows you to store and dial up to five phone numbers at the press of a single button. Two-touch dial button Dial up to five phone numbers by pressing just two buttons. Panel cover Lift to access other Response 130 functions. R button Recall button for use with switchboards and BT Select Services. Secrecy button Allows you to talk to someone in the same room, without the person on the other end of the line hearing your conversation. Redial button Press to redial the last number called. R A B A B SECRECY Call Diversion B Call Return B Call Waiting DIAL B B REDIAL Handset catch Supports handset when wall mounted MEMO GHI 7 PQRS ANS ON/OFF SKIP ABC 5 JKL 8 TUV 0 MESSSAGES DELETE STOP SKIP PAUSE PLAY 3 DEF 6 MNO 9 WXYZ Handset park When wall mounted you can hook the handset on this if you need to temporarily move away from the phone. Memo button Press to record a memo message for someone on your Response 130, instead of writing a note. Skip < > Allows you to skip forward or backward through your messages. Ans. On/Off Switches the answering facility on and off. Stop button Stops message playback and incoming message recording. Delete button Deletes recorded messages. Play/Pause button Press to play back and pause messages. Message counter Shows how many messages have been left. Volume Adjusts the volume during message playback. Please open this page for a further at a glance guide to your Response 130.

3 Reset button Resets your Response 130 to its original factory settings. Day, Hour and Minute buttons Lets you set the day and time, with the help of voice prompts. Store number Allows you to store numbers in the onetouch and two-touch memories. Record outgoing message Use to record and check your outgoing message. Dial Pause Inserts a pause into a number. RESET TIME SET HOUR DAY MINUTE STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE DIAL B DIVERSION RETURN WAITING Code Allows you to check and change your three-digit security code. Select Services buttons Use to access preprogrammed BT Select Services - you can also overwrite them to store one-touch numbers.

4 Battery cover screw Unscrew before opening the battery cover. Battery cover Lift open to fit back-up battery 9V PP3 alkaline (not supplied). 9V BATTERY LINE CORD Telephone line cord socket OPEN Mains adaptor socket Mode switch Sets the dialling mode. (TB for modern exchanges) MODE P T TB HI Handset cord socket Ringer Volume switch LOW OFF RINGER VOLUME H/SET CORD Answer delay switch Sets the number of rings before calls are taken. ANSWER DELAY TS 6 2 1

5 Contents In this guide ket et At a glance 1 Introduction 3 Setting up 4 Using the answering machine 7 Using the telephone 14 Additional features 17 Help 22 Maintenance 25 Technical information 26 Index 28 Hints and tips boxes In this user guide, we ve included helpful tips and useful notes. They are shown in a grey box. 2

6 Setting up Setting up Follow these steps to get your Response 130 ready for use. Plan where you will put your Response 130. It should be within two metres of a power socket and the phone socket. Warning 1 Do not try to use any power supply except the one provided, item code , otherwise you may permanently damage your Response 130 and this will result in non-compliance with EN41003:1993, and will invalidate the approval given to this apparatus. 2 There is a slight chance that your phone could be damaged by an electrical storm. We recommend that you unplug the base unit from the mains during storms. 1 Insert battery (for back-up only) In the event of a power failure the back-up battery prevents your Response 130 losing its day/time setting, security code, outgoing message and any messages or memos which have already been recorded for up to 6 hours. The answering machine will not operate until power is restored. Good quality batteries should provide up to six months back-up, however following a power cut, if display is showing or power cut for more than one day then the battery should be replaced. 9V BATTERY OPEN Unscrew and open the battery cover on the underside of the base. Clip the battery connector cap to the terminals of a PP3 9V battery (not supplied). Replace the cover. 2 Plug your Response 130 into the BT socket If you do not have a BT socket, call Freefone and ask for a BT engineer to come and fit the correct socket. This is a chargeable service. 4

7 Setting up 3 Connect the mains adaptor cord Plug the mains adaptor cord into the socket on the underside of your Response 130, then plug the mains power adaptor into the mains wall socket. 4 Set the dial mode The MODE switch, which is located on the underside of the base, selects tone ( T) or pulse (P) with earth recall, or tone with time break recall ( TB). P T MODE TB When the power is switched on, the display lights up and shows PF. You will hear the announcement Please wait for 40 seconds while your Response 130 carries out a self-test. ANS ON/OFF SKIP MESSSAGES DELETE STOP LINE CORD SKIP PAUSE PLAY The display counts down from 40 to 00. When the countdown reaches 00 the unit will beep and announce the current setting of the ANS DELAY switch (pre-set to two rings). This is the number of times your Response 130 will ring before answering a call. TB T P Your Response 130 is preset to this position. Most modern exchanges use TB for faster dialling and for services such as BT s Select Services and telephone banking. Set the switch to this if you are connected to a PBX switchboard with earth line recall. Set the switch to this if you continue to hear a dialling tone having dialled a number when set to TB or T. 5 Set the ringer volume The ringer switch is located on the underside of the unit. There are 3 settings: RINGER VOLUME HI LOW OFF HI a loud ring; your Response 130 is pre-set to this position. LOW a quiet ring. OFF no ring. 5

8 Setting up 6 Wall-mounting (optional) Before you start, ensure that the telephone is in easy reach of the power supply and a telephone socket, and that the wall can support the weight of your Response 130. Pull out and turn the handset catch around to prevent the handset falling off the base when in the upright position. A stencil is printed at the back of this guide (page 30) which you can use to mark where you will put the screws into the wall. Drill two holes for the screws and insert the wallplugs provided (if you need them). Insert the screws leaving about 2-3 mm sticking out to hang the bracket from. Attach the bracket and hang your Response 130 on the wall as shown below. Attach the bracket by hooking it over the screws protruding from the wall. Wallplug Screw Handset park When wall mounted, if you need to temporarily move away from the phone during a conversation you can hook the handset on the handset park located on the top of your Response 130. Wall 6

9 DAY HOUR STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE MINUTE Edition 5 10 March 99 Using the answering machine Using the answering machine Turning the answering machine on and off Press the ANS ON/OFF button to turn the answer functions on or off. If switched on, the unit will announce Answer functions are on ; and display will show 00 or current number of messages, unless battery is low or not fitted, when display will alternate between number of messages and. If switched off, the unit will announce Answer functions are off ; and the display will show, unless battery is low or not fitted when display will alternate between and. Recording your outgoing message The outgoing message is the message people hear when they call you. Your Response 130 has a digitally pre-recorded message which can be replaced with your own outgoing message (this will not erase the pre-recorded message). To listen to your Response 130 s pre-recorded outgoing message RESET TIME SET DIVERSION RETURN DIAL B WAITING Lift the handset to your ear and open the panel cover. RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE Press and release (do not hold down) the RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE button. Your Response 130 announces: Hello, your call cannot be taken at the moment so please leave your message after the tone. 7

10 Using the answering machine To record a new outgoing message To check your outgoing message RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE Lift the handset to your ear and open the panel cover. Press and hold the RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE button. Your Response 130 will announce, Please speak after the tone, release the button to end recording. Make sure your mouth is close to the handset microphone and speak reasonably loud and clearly. You can now record your outgoing message, for example: Hello, I am sorry I can t take your call at the moment, but if you leave your name and telephone number I ll call you back as soon as I can. RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE Lift the handset to your ear and open the panel cover. Press and release (do not hold down) the RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE button. Your Response 130 announces: Your outgoing message is... and plays back the message. For security reasons you may not wish to record a message that says you are out. When you have finished your message, pause for one second then release the RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE button. Your Response 130 will announce, End of recording. Your outgoing message is... and will play back your new outgoing message. 8

11 DAY RESET TIME SET HOUR STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE MINUTE DIVERSION RETURN WAITING Edition 5 10 March 99 Using the answering machine Setting the day and time Once programmed, your Response 130 can tell you the current day and time at the touch of a button. It will also announce the day and time of any incoming messages and memos left on the machine. The buttons for setting the day and time are located under the directory label panel. To hear the currently set day and time To set the correct hour DAY TIME SET HOUR MINUTE Press and hold the HOUR button. The voice prompt will announce The hour is..., then count through the hours. When the voice reaches the current hour setting, release the HOUR button. The voice will announce the new hour setting followed by, Accepted. DIAL B Hours are also shown in the display as the voice prompt counts through them. To set the correct minutes TIME SET HOUR Lift the handset to your ear and open the panel cover. Press the DAY button. The voice will announce the currently set time and day, for example The time and day is Sunday 12:30am. To set the correct day DAY TIME SET HOUR MINUTE Press and hold the DAY button. The voice will announce The day is, then run through the days of the week. When the voice reaches the current day, release the DAY button. The voice will announce the new day and time setting followed by, Accepted. The new day is now stored. DAY MINUTE Press and hold the MINUTE button. The voice will announce, The minute is, then count through the minutes. When the voice reaches the current minute setting, release the MINUTE button. The voice will announce the new setting followed by, Accepted. Minutes are also shown in the display as the voice counts through them. The current day and time, and the recorded outgoing message, as well as the code setting can also be heard through the base speaker. This is achieved by pressing and releasing the appropriate button and then replacing the hand set, after cover is replaced. 9

12 Using the answering machine Adjusting the number of rings before a call is answered When the answering machine is switched on, you can set the number of times your Response 130 will ring before it answers a call. To set the answer delay The ANSWER DELAY switch, which is located on the underside of the base, can be set to 2, 6 or TS (time saver), by moving the switch one step at a time. ANSWER DELAY TS 6 2 The 2 rings setting will be answered after about 4-5 seconds. Your Response 130 is preset to this position. The 6 rings setting will be answered after about 17 seconds. The time will vary, dependant on which exchange or switch the Response 130 is connected to. The TS setting (time saver) can save you time when accessing your machine remotely. Your Response 130 answers after 2 rings if you have any messages or 6 rings if there are none. When you call to listen to your messages, if the telephone rings a third time it means there are no messages, so hang up to save time. Setting the volume Always make sure that the volume is at a level at which you can easily hear your messages. To set the playback volume The volume increases/decreases a step every time you press the volume button. This is indicated by a short beep. When you reach the loudest or quietest setting you will hear two beeps. - + Press the + button to increase the playback volume. Press the - button to decrease the playback volume. The volume of your outgoing message is not affected by changing the playback setting. 10

13 Using the answering machine Playing back messages When your Response 130 has received messages, the display will show the number of messages you have. To play back all messages To stop playback STOP Press the STOP button. Your Response 130 will beep and stop playing messages. The messages will not be deleted. PAUSE PLAY You can adjust the volume of the playback by using the volume button. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. Your Response 130 will announce the number of messages recorded, then play back all messages. To play back new messages only PAUSE PLAY Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE button for 1 second. Your Response 130 will announce the number of new messages recorded since the last time the messages were played, then play the new messages. If you receive an incoming call during playback, you can answer the call and playback will be stopped. Your messages will not be deleted. Alternatively messages can be heard through the handset by picking it up after pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button. To pause during playback PAUSE PLAY Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. The display will show PA. To resume playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button again. If you do not press the PLAY/PAUSE button within 30 seconds, a beep is heard and playback will be stopped. To skip forward through messages during playback SKIP Your Response 130 will skip forward one message each time you press and release the SKIP button during playback. Your Response 130 will announce, End of messages, after it has played the last message. 11

14 Using the answering machine To skip back to start of message during playback To delete all messages SKIP To return to the beginning of a message, press and release the SKIP button during playback. To find a specific message SKIP Press and hold down the SKIP button. Your Response 130 will count backward through the messages received. Release the SKIP button when you reach the message you wish to hear. The message is then played back. To delete individual messages DELETE During playback of messages, press and release the DELETE button. Your Response 130 will announce, Message deleted. Your Response 130 will then continue to playback any further messages. DELETE Following playback of all messages, your Response 130 will announce, End of messages and the message display will count down from 06 to 00. During the countdown, press the DELETE button. Your Response 130 will announce, All messages deleted, followed by a beep. When the message unit is full The Response 130 has a recording capacity of up to 14 minutes, including the outgoing message. When the unit is full, the message display on the base unit will flash FL and the number of messages, and the answering machine will switch off. Callers will hear the announcement, Hello your call cannot be taken at the moment, so please call later. To make room for new messages, or to record a new outgoing message or memo, delete old messages. If the unit becomes full while recording a message, the caller will hear the unit interrupt with the announcement, Memory is full, answer functions are off, before being cut off. If you attempt to record a memo when the unit is full, you will hear, Memory is full. 12

15 Using the answering machine Call screening When the answering machine is switched on, you can hear incoming calls and decide whether to answer them or let your Response 130 take their message. If you decide to answer the call, lift your Response 130 s handset, the answering machine will stop and allow you to speak. Recording a memo You can use your Response 130 to record a memo to be played back later. Your Response 130 stores a memo and treats it in the same way as an incoming message. Memos are saved with any incoming messages. To record a memo MEMO Pick up the handset. Press and hold the MEMO button. The unit will announce, Please speak after the tone, release the key to end recording. After the tone, speak into the handset. When you have finished your memo, release the MEMO button. Your memo will then be added to the number of messages shown in the display. 13

16 DAY HOUR STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE MINUTE Edition 5 10 March 99 Using the telephone Using the telephone Using the memory to store and dial numbers Your Response 130 can store a total of 10 phone numbers, each up to 20 digits long, with 5 each in one of its two directories. Directory A stores five one-touch dialling numbers. 3 of these buttons are pre-programmed with Select Services (see page 20) but can be overwritten. Directory B stores a further five two-touch dialling numbers. To store numbers in Directory A RESET TIME SET DIAL B DIVERSION RETURN WAITING Directory buttons Lift the handset and open the panel cover. Press the STORE NUMBER button. Press one of the five Directory buttons under which you want to store a number. Enter the number using the keypad. Press the STORE NUMBER button again. You will hear two beeps to confirm that the number is stored. Keep a note of numbers stored in Directory A by writing them on the directory label alongside the button under which they are stored. Writing the numbers in pencil makes it easier to update the list if you change any of the stored numbers. Additional directory labels are not available so please be sure to keep your spare label in a safe place. To dial numbers stored in Directory A Numbers stored in Directory A can be dialled at the press of a button. Lift the handset. Press the Directory A button under which the number you wish to dial is stored. Your stored number will be dialled automatically. Stored numbers can include switchboard and Select Services using and # keys as well as PAUSE and R (recall). 14

17 Using the telephone 15 The three select services can be retrieved by carrying out the following. Lift handset and open panel cover. Press the STORE NUMBER button. Press the DIRECTORY A button appropriate to the select service. Press the STORE NUMBER button. Replace handset before using SELECT SERVICE button to dial out. If when dialling, you press the DIAL B button by mistake, you will automatically enter Directory B. You can return to Directory A by pressing the DIAL B button again. To store numbers in Directory B DAY RESET TIME SET HOUR STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE DIAL B MINUTE DIVERSION RETURN WAITING Directory buttons Lift the handset and open the panel cover. Press the STORE NUMBER button. Press the DIAL B button. Press one of the 5 directory buttons under which your number will be stored. Enter the number using the keypad. Press the STORE NUMBER button again. You will hear two beeps to confirm that the number is stored. To dial numbers stored in Directory B Lift the handset. Press the DIAL B button Press the directory button under which the number you wish to dial is stored. Your stored number will be dialled automatically. To store a number of more than 20 digits Store the first 20 digits in Directory A as shown on page 14. Then store the rest of the digits in the same location under Directory B. To dial a number stored, as above, of more than 20 digits Lift the handset and press the directory A button which contains the first part of the number you wish to dial. Press the DIAL B button. Press the directory B button which contains the rest of the number. Your number will be dialled automatically. Storing a new number in memory automatically overwrites any previous number stored in that location. To delete a number from Memory Lift the handset and open panel cover. Press the STORE NUMBER button. Press the memory button of the memory you wish to delete (with DIAL B if necessary). Your Response 130 beeps once after each button press. Press the STORE NUMBER button and your Response 130 beeps twice, replace the handset.

18 Using the telephone If you delete a number stored in the preprogrammed select service memories, the Select Service number is restored to the memory. Other Select Services which use the RE and # buttons may also be stored in the memories, however, the RE button must be followed by a pause. The DIAL PAUSE is located under the panel cover. To redial a number at the touch of a button REDIAL Lift the handset. Press the REDIAL button. Your Response 130 will automatically redial the last number you called. This saves you time if, for example, the number dialled was engaged when you last tried. Inserting a pause With some switchboards, after dialling the access code you may have to wait for a moment while the switchboard picks up an outside line. If this is the case, dial the access number, then press the DIAL PAUSE button before entering the number. For such services as home banking, you may need to use the PAUSE function. To insert a pause in the memory DIAL PAUSE Before entering a telephone number in the memory, press the DIAL PAUSE button. When you dial a number stored in the memory, your Response 130 will automatically insert a pause before dialling the number. Using the secrecy button During a telephone conversation you can speak to another person in the room without the caller hearing you. SECRECY Press and release the SECRECY button on the base. The SECRECY light will come on, you can hear the other caller but they will not be able to hear you. Press and release the SECRECY button again to continue your call. Using the inductive coupler Your Response 130 has an inductive coupler in its handset to improve sound quality for people using hearing aids. Switch your hearing aid to T and adjust the position of the phone until you obtain the best sound. 16

19 Additional features Additional features Remote access You can switch on your Response 130 or play back messages and memos using a Touchtone telephone keypad. To access your Response 130 you will have to first enter a three-digit security code. Your Response 130 has a factory set code of 0, 0, 0. To set your three-digit code If you wish to enter your own three-digit security code: Open the panel cover. Lift the handset to your ear. Press and hold the CODE button while the voice announces through the handset, Code setting zero. Release the CODE button. Press the HOUR button until you reach the number you want for the first digit of your personal code. Release the HOUR button. Press the CODE button. The voice will announce, Accepted, and then, Zero, for the next digit. Press and release the HOUR button until you reach the number you want for the second digit of your code. Press the CODE button. The unit will announce, Accepted, and then, Zero, for the last digit. Press and release the HOUR button until you reach the number you want for the last digit of your code. Press the CODE button. The voice will announce, Accepted, and announce and display the new security code. If you do not follow the procedure correctly, the unit will announce, Error, and reset itself to the previous security code. To check your security code Lift the handset to your ear, and open the settings compartment. Press and release the CODE button. The voice will announce and display the current code. 17

20 Additional features To access your Response 130 remotely Dial your phone number. While the answering machine is playing your outgoing message, enter your three-digit security code. If the code is correct, the Response 130 will beep and announce, Accepted. You have X new messages or You have no new messages. If you do not hear this announcement, you may have entered an incorrect security code. Wait for a moment and re-enter your security code. Your Response 130 will then announce the options available to you. The available options are as follows: For menu press 1, To play new messages press 2, To set the unit on and off press 3, To play previous message press 4, To play all messages press 5, To skip message press 6, To repeat message press 7, To play outgoing message press 8, To record new outgoing message press 9, to stop press 9 again, To erase message press 0, When the option you want is announced, press the corresponding button on the keypad. Your Response 130 will beep and carry out the command immediately. As soon as one option has been completed, you have 8 seconds to access further options. If you enter 1 during or in between messages, the unit will return to the main menu. Once your messages have been played back the unit will announce, End of messages. You then have 8 seconds to choose another menu option before the unit ends the call. To end your call, hang up. To switch on your Response 130 from another phone If you forget to switch on your Response 130, you can do so using a Touchtone telephone keypad. Dial your telephone number to contact your Response 130. After 20 rings the unit will answer the call and play your outgoing message. You can now either hang up, leave a message or enter your three-digit security code to access the other answering machine functions. At the end of your call, the answering machine will remain switched on. If your Response 130 s recording memory is full Dial the telephone number to which your Response 130 is connected. After 20 rings the unit will announce, Hello, your call cannot be taken at the moment, so please call later. Enter your three-digit security code to access the options menu. You will have to delete some of your messages if you want the answering functions to remain on. 18

21 Additional features Switching from Pulse to Tone dialling during a call If you are connected to a pulse dialling exchange, you can still use services such as phone banking which require tone dialling. Call the telephone number you require in PULSE mode as usual. MODE P T TB When you have been connected, press the button on the keypad to set your telephone to tone signalling for the duration of the call. When you hang up, your Response 130 will automatically switch back to PULSE dialling. Using the R (Recall) button R If your Response 130 is connected to a switchboard, the R button enables you to use features provided by the switchboard. Ask your communications manager or switchboard supplier for details. The R button can also be used in conjunction with BT s Select Services. If you are a BT customer connected to a digital exchange, you can subscribe to a range of BT s Select Services. If you wish to subscribe to any of these services, contact us on Freefone for residential customers and Freefone for business customers (9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday). If you are not a BT customer, please contact your network provider for information about their network based services. 19

22 Additional features Using Select Services Select Services are available to customers on a modern digital exchange. To use these services, other than Call Return, you need to pay a small quarterly charge. You can access the Select Services using the Directory A buttons as marked. A B A B Call Diversion B Call Return B Call Waiting DIAL B B The Select Services pre-programmed on your Response 130 are: Call Diversion With Call Diversion, when someone rings, your Response 130 automatically transfers the call to a nominated number where you can be contacted. To divert all your calls to another number, lift the handset and press the DIVERSION button. Wait until you hear a message from the exchange, then follow the instructions you are given. All your incoming calls will now be diverted to the number you nominated until you cancel the instruction. To cancel Call Diversion, follow the same procedure as for setting it up. You will receive instructions from the exchange on what to do. Call Diversion Call Return Call Waiting 20

23 Help Resetting the answering machine The RESET button is located underneath the panel cover. DAY RESET TIME SET HOUR STORE NUMBER RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE DIAL PAUSE CODE DIAL B MINUTE DIVERSION RETURN WAITING In the event of a power failure You will still be able to make and receive calls on your Response 130. The answering machine will not answer incoming calls until power has been restored however, if you have fitted a back-up battery, it will retain your OUTGOING MESSAGE and SECURITY CODE; it will also keep the DAY and TIME setting and any INCOMING MESSAGES or MEMOS already recorded. The message display will remain blank. Press the end of a pointed object such as a pen or pencil into the hole. The display shows PF followed by a countdown from 40. When the countdown reaches 00 the unit will beep and announce the current setting of the answer delay switch. Your Response 130 has now been reset to its original factory settings, which are as follows: The time and day is Sunday am. The outgoing message is, Hello, your call cannot be taken at the moment so please leave your message after the tone. All incoming messages and memos have been deleted. The PIN code has been reset to 0, 0, 0. Resetting the Response 130 does not affect any telephone numbers stored in its memories. Emergency calls The emergency services can be contacted in the UK by dialling 999 or 112 which is valid in any country that is a member of the European Community. If your Response 130 is connected to a switchboard, you may have to dial an access number before 999 or 112 to contact the emergency services. Some switchboards cannot dial out during a power failure. Customer Helpline If you still experience problems, please call the BT Helpline on Lo-call (calls charged at local BT rate). 23

24 Help The message display DISPLAY Meaning Display is blank: The unit is receiving an incoming message or the unit has no power. PF Display shows PF then counts down from 40 to 00: The unit is resetting, please wait Display shows a number ( 0 to 59 ) which is the current message number. FL Display shows flashing FL. Indicates that the memory is full. PA Display shows PA, playback of the messages has been paused. Display shows - -, indicating answer functions are off. This will alternate with either 3, 4, 5 or 6 above indicating that the battery is low, disconnected or missing. 24

25 Offices in Europe, North America, Japan and Asia Pacific. The telecommunications services described in this publication are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time. Services and equipment are provided subject to British Telecommunications plc s respective standard conditions of contract. Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract. Touchtone is a registered trade mark of British Telecommunications plc in the UK. British Telecommunications plc Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ. Registered in England No Printed in Hong Kong. Issue 2 (4/99). Designed by The Art & Design Partnership Limited. CE compliant to 89/336/EEC (EMC Directive) & 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive) APPROVED for connection to telecommunication systems specified in the instructions for use subject to the conditions set out in them

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