Panasonic EB-TX310 User Manual

Page of 102
Before operating this phone, please read these instructions completely
and save this manual for future use.
Charge battery before operation.
®
EB-TX310
Digital Multi-Network Phone
Operating Instructions

Summary of Contents of user manual for Panasonic EB-TX310

  • Page 1 ® EB-TX310 Digital Multi-Network Phone Operating Instructions Before operating this phone, please read these instructions completely and save this...
  • Page 2
  • Page 3Press shortcut keys shown 5 Tone Settings JKL to get to desired function. 1 Ring Volume Reference Information JKL Standby...
  • Page 4Press shortcut keys shown 5 Tone Settings JKL to get to desired function. 1 Ring Volume Reference Information JKL Standby...
  • Page 5: TABLE OF CONTENTSContents Introduction.......................................................................... vii About This Manual ............................................................. vii Icons Used in This Manual ............................................... viii Chapter 1: Safety First ............................................................
  • Page 6 Setting Ring Volume .......................................................... 13 Selecting a Ring Alert ........................................................ 13 Vibration Alert .......................................................................14 Restoring Default Values................................................... 14 Using...
  • Page 7Chapter 4: Text Entry Operations ..................................... 27 Letter Entry......................................................................... 27 Using Letter Entry (ABC) Mode............................................ 27 Word Entry (Word T9)...
  • Page 8 Tone Settings ..................................................................... 45 Ring Volume .........................................................................45 Key Volume ..........................................................................46 Ring Alert ..............................................................................46 Selecting a Ring Alert ....................................................46 Message...
  • Page 9 Power-On Lock .................................................................... 62 Activating the Power-On Lock ....................................... 62 Deactivating the Power-On Lock from Standby ............ 62 Disabling...
  • Page 10 Appendix A: Before Requesting Help ............................... 75 Problems and Solutions .................................................... 75 Appendix B: Phone Accessories....................................... 79 EB-TX310 Accessories...
  • Page 11: INTRODUCTIONIntroduction Congratulations on your purchase of one of the world’s most technologically advanced mobile communications systems! Your new Panasonic phone...
  • Page 12 Chapter 8: System Settings Chapter 8 contains information about the features on the System Setting menu. This information is...
  • Page 13: CHAPTER 1: SAFETY FIRST  Safety First Your new phone is a convenient and effective communications tool, but it can be hazardous when...
  • Page 14Chapter 1 Availability of Service This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks, and...
  • Page 15 Chapter 1 tested for use at the ear is 1.51W/kg and when worn on the body, as described in...
  • Page 16Chapter 1 Persons with pacemakers: • Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker when the...
  • Page 17: CHAPTER 2: GETTING STARTED  Getting Started This chapter gets you started using your phone and learning its basic features and functions. Note:...
  • Page 18Chapter 2 Recharging Tips • Recharge batteries in a well-ventilated area between 41°F (5°C) and 95°F (35°C). Temperature may slightly...
  • Page 19 Chapter 2 Phone Description You can enter up to 32 characters by pressing the number keys. The keypad is...
  • Page 20Chapter 2 Function Keys The following table describes how each function key works. Key Function Left Softkey/Key Lock: Press to...
  • Page 21 Chapter 2 Display Icons Icons that appear on the display depend on what features you are using and the...
  • Page 22Chapter 2 Icon Indicates Press the Navigation key to move in the directions indicated by the displayed arrows. • The...
  • Page 23 Chapter 2 Standby Display The standby display appears when your phone is on and in an “idle” state. You...
  • Page 24Chapter 2 Setting Date and Time The standby display shows the current date and time, as well as the day...
  • Page 25 Chapter 2 Setting Ring Volume You can adjust the volume of your phone’s ring. (See “Alert Mode” on page...
  • Page 26Chapter 2 • If you select Custom Melody, you can choose from five melodies that you can customize and name....
  • Page 27 Chapter 2 Using the Private Handsfree Headset When the Private Handsfree Headset is plugged into the phone, you can...
  • Page 28Chapter 2 Personalizing Your Phone Panasonic’s website, http://w w w.panasonic-club.com , has pictures and melodies that you can import to...
  • Page 29: CHAPTER 3: EVERYDAY OPERATIONS  Everyday Operations Your phone comes with a variety of features. In most cases, however, you will use only...
  • Page 30Chapter 3 2 When the arrow points to the entry you want, press (VIEW) to view the Phonebook entry. 3...
  • Page 31 Chapter 3 Speed Dial To call a Speed Dial number directly from standby (without going to a menu), enter...
  • Page 32Chapter 3 In-Call Features While you are in a call, several useful features are available: • Adjusting Voice Volume (see...
  • Page 33 Chapter 3 Using the Display as a Scratchpad This feature allows you to enter a phone number on your...
  • Page 34Chapter 3 Missed Calls If an incoming call is not answered, Missed Call is displayed. 1 Press (VIEW) to view...
  • Page 35 Chapter 3 Voice Mail Note: You must subscribe to voice mail through your wireless service provider before you can...
  • Page 36Chapter 3 Automatic Redial If a call cannot be completed because of a system busy error (or other system problem),...
  • Page 37 Chapter 3 NOTICE TO CONSUMER This cellular telephone is equipped with a Memo Feature that allows the user to...
  • Page 38Chapter 3 Recording a Voice Memo During a Call Note: Even though a startup tone sounds when recording starts, you...
  • Page 39: CHAPTER 4: TEXT ENTRY OPERATIONS  Text Entry Operations Whenever you store an entry in your Phonebook, compose or reply to a message, or...
  • Page 40Chapter 4 Word Entry (Word T9) Mode Word Entry (Word T9) mode allows you to quickly type text with the...
  • Page 41 Chapter 4 Numbers (NUM) Mode You are in Numbers mode when is displayed in the bottom right corner. Use...
  • Page 42Chapter 4 30 Text Entry Operations
  • Page 43: CHAPTER 5: PHONE BOOK FEATURES  Phonebook Features The Phonebook has 250 memory locations. In each location you can store a first and last...
  • Page 44Chapter 5 Creating a Phonebook Entry Note: When entering numbers in the Phonebook, do not try to enter dashes or...
  • Page 45 Chapter 5 4 Enter the required information. • To enter text or symbols, refer to Chapter 4, “Text Entry...
  • Page 46Chapter 5 Creating a Super Dial Entry Super Dial quickly dials a phone number when you press and hold a...
  • Page 47 Chapter 5 Programming Pauses or Waits This feature is useful when you are placing a call that requires entry...
  • Page 48Chapter 5 Note: If you do not enter anything for the first or last name, the display goes to the...
  • Page 49 Chapter 5 Displaying Your Own Number Your phone can have up to two cellular phone numbers (programmed by your...
  • Page 50Chapter 5 38 Phonebook Features
  • Page 51: CHAPTER 6: ADDITIONAL OPERATIONS  Additional Operations Many features and settings are accessible only through the phone’s Menu. This chapter will show you...
  • Page 52Chapter 6 4 Press or to scroll through the last 10 missed calls. 5 When the number you want to...
  • Page 53 Chapter 6 7 Press repeatedly to position the cursor in front of the phone number and then enter the...
  • Page 54Chapter 6 • The display prompts you to confirm the deletion of all entries. 6 Press (YES) to delete all...
  • Page 55 Chapter 6 Voice Commands You can record up to 40 voice commands to call numbers in your Phonebook and...
  • Page 56Chapter 6 4 Press (OK) to select Phonebook. 5 Scroll to the name of your choice and press (OK). •...
  • Page 57 Chapter 6 Using a Voice Command to Perform an Action 1 From standby, press and hold . • You...
  • Page 58Chapter 6 Key Volume 1 From standby, press (MENU) to enter the Main Menu. 2 Scroll to Tone Settings and...
  • Page 59 Chapter 6 Message Alert You can choose from four different types for the alert you hear when a text...
  • Page 60Chapter 6 Vibration See “Vibration Alert” on page 14 for information on how to set your ring alert to vibration....
  • Page 61 Chapter 6 Recording a Voice Ring 1 From standby, press (MENU) to enter the Main Menu. 2 Press to...
  • Page 62Chapter 6 Editing or Creating a Custom Melody Go to www.panasonic-club.com for additional melodies and examples of how to create...
  • Page 63 Chapter 6 - To erase a note, place the cursor on the note and press . - To enter...
  • Page 64Chapter 6 Phone Settings The Phone Settings menu allows you to set specific features according to your own preferences. Display...
  • Page 65 Chapter 6 • If you select Date/Time, you have the option of turning the Date/Time display On or Off....
  • Page 66Chapter 6 Note: When you purchase your phone, Quiet mode has the following settings: ring and key volume are muted;...
  • Page 67 Chapter 6 Caution: Do not leave the phone without an attached battery during the time set for an alarm....
  • Page 68Chapter 6 Note: If the phone is turned off at the time set for the alarm, the phone turns on...
  • Page 69 Chapter 6 Miscellaneous Menu Model Type To find out which model type your phone is, follow these steps: 1...
  • Page 70Chapter 6 DTMF Duration The tone you hear when you press a key on your keypad is called a “DTMF”...
  • Page 71 Chapter 6 Phonebook Default Setting See . . . Search Method By Last Name page 36 Default Setting Tone...
  • Page 72Chapter 6 Security Options The Security Options menu allows you to place restrictions on several of your phone’s functions. Options...
  • Page 73 Chapter 6 Locking Incoming Calls 1 From the Call Lock menu, press (OK) to select Incoming Calls. • You...
  • Page 74Chapter 6 Power-On Lock When Power-On Lock is activated, the phone locks automatically whenever powered off and restricts unauthorized use....
  • Page 75: CHAPTER 7: SERVICE PROVIDER FEATURES  Service Provider Features Several features on your phone are available only if you sign up for them with...
  • Page 76Chapter 7 Text Messaging Composing a Text Message You can type a text message (up to 160 characters including the...
  • Page 77 Chapter 7 Adding a Melody 11 To send a melody with your message (if sending the message to another...
  • Page 78Chapter 7 - To delete all messages in the Inbox or Outbox, scroll to Delete All and press (OK). See...
  • Page 79 Chapter 7 - To forward the message, see “Forwarding a Text Message” on page 67. - To lock the...
  • Page 80Chapter 7 Deleting a Text Message Note: To delete a locked message in the Inbox, you must use the following...
  • Page 81 Chapter 7 - To lock or unlock the message, scroll to Lock/Unlock and press (OK). See “Locking a Text...
  • Page 82Chapter 7 • The display prompts for a name for your group list. 3 Press and hold to delete Untitled...
  • Page 83 Chapter 7 Editing a Group List 1 From the Text Message menu, scroll to Group Lists and press (OK)....
  • Page 84Chapter 7 Saving and Deleting Voice Mail Saving and deleting voice mail is a function of your wireless service provider....
  • Page 85: CHAPTER 8: SYSTEM SETTINGS  System Settings This chapter contains information about settings in the System Settings menu. You should not have to...
  • Page 86Chapter 8 Searching for Available Systems Your phone’s search default is set to Normal, which means it automatically searches for...
  • Page 87: APPENDIX A: BEFORE REQUESTING HELPBefore Requesting Help $ As you learn how to use all of your phone’s features, you may occasionally experience $...
  • Page 88Appendix A Problems and Solutions The Basics Problem Possible Cause(s) Solution(s) Battery will not The ambient air Lower or raise...
  • Page 89 Appendix A Problems and Solutions Problem Possible Cause(s) Solution(s) Missing incoming Ring volume may be set Set ring volume...
  • Page 90Appendix A Problems and Solutions The Basics Problem Possible Cause(s) Solution(s) Unable to access Voice Mail phone number Program Voice...
  • Page 91: APPENDIX B: PHONE ACCESSORIESPhone Accessories % A variety of accessories are available for your Panasonic phone. Contact your local wireless service provider to...
  • Page 92Appendix B EB-TX310 Accessories (cont.) The Basics TTY Cable Belt Clip EB-WA300 EB-YK300 Car Holder Private Handsfree Headset EB-KA300 EB-EM310...
  • Page 93: APPENDIX C: CONSUMER UPDATEConsumer Update Consumer Update on Mobile Phones & & (Published by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and...
  • Page 94Appendix C 1 In a hospital-based, case-control study, researchers looked for an association between mobile phone use and either glioma...
  • Page 95 Appendix C individual’s cancer arose because of the phone, or whether it would have happened anyway. A key question...
  • Page 96Appendix C Where can I find additional information? The Basics For additional information, see the following websites: • Federal Communications...
  • Page 97: INDEXIndex A Creating group lists 69 Accessories 79 Custom melody Accessory connector 7 changing title 49 Adjusting voice volume 20...
  • Page 98 Fixing phone problems (cont.) Lock code lock code lost or forgotten 77 changing 60 missing incoming calls 77 lost...
  • Page 99 P Recording a voice memo Pause key 8 during a call 26 Pauses from standby 25 programming in phone...
  • Page 100 T Voice mailbox number Talk time 6 resetting 72 Three-way calling 63 Voice memo 25 Time and date settings...
  • Page 101
  • Page 102PANASONIC TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS COMPANY Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America Two Panasonic Way, Panazip 7B-5, Secaucus, NJ 07094 www.panasonic.com...