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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BINATONE CORDLESS PHONE MA 760
you have to press the answer machine button (3rd on the left with an R on it) then the display should say 'msg play' so press the down button scroll to OGM REC. record ya message after the tone then press ok when done. then scroll down the menus again (press the answer machine button (3rd on the left with an R on it) then the display should say 'msg play' so press the down button) scroll to TAM ON, press ok and thats the answering machine.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
SOURCE: binatone fusion 2210 - manual
you can download the manual from here as the Binatone website does not seem to hold user manuals http://www.exteradirect.co.uk/download/product/001310/Fusion2200__Fusion2210_UK.pdf
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
SOURCE: helllo could you please help
The iDECT S2i seems to use the same proprietary 'operating system' as the old BT cordless DECT telephones I grew up with, and the beep is actually just a tangible confirmation that the unit has commenced charging.
To turn it off, you need to undertake the following with the phone on its default screen (i.e.: displaying the handset's name, date and time):
"Key beeps": This setting controls both the beeps made by pressing down any key on the telephone, AS WELL AS the beep produced by the phone being returned to its base to charge. One to definitely avoid enabling.
"Confirmation": This setting controls the rather annoying beep produced every time a setting is confirmed, after changing it, or when the right softkey is pressed to "OK" the change. Again, this is one to avoid enabling!
The "Battery low" and "Out of range" settings control the beeps made when the telephone is low on battery and out of the range of its base unit/reciever respectively. If you rarely charge your phone, or use it often in the garden/more than one hundred metres away from the main base unit, it may be wise to leave these options enabled. Otherwise, I would suggest selecting the "" settings for these, as they can cause some particularly loud beeps at rather inopportune times, especially when telephoning someone late at night.
I hope this helps, and as a fixya newbie I apologise if I have provided a somwehat too comprehensive answer to your query!
Ghost3203 - the purported resident iDECT S2i guru... :)
P.S.: Should anyone require a Binatone iDECT S2i manual, this is the only online-available copy - actaully produced for the British department store Marks and Spencers: http://www.binatonegps.com/_global/files/S2i%20user%20guide%20for%20UK%20M&S_080513%20v1.pdf. However, Adobe PDF Reader (or equivalent) is a prerequisite to reading the above document.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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