Just hit the "int" button in the middle of the handset (above the number 2) and the display should read "Paging Extension?" so then you type in the handset of the other phone. For example, my base station is downstairs (Ext 1) and my other phone is upstairs. I pick up the upstairs phone hit "int", then "1" and the phone downstairs will ring. I believe they are, by default, set to "1" and "2".
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Look in the instruction manual and make sure that you have set the codes correctly, the house code for the remote, as well as the room code for the second room. Also check the batteries in the remote control, especially when the room as far away from the main room, the batteries need to be full in order to reach the center. I assume we talk about a wired system? When this is a wireless connection to the second room, it may need a reset, unplug and re-plug the wireless adapter, there should be a pilot light in the back of the wireless adapter, which should be green. If that does not help, call Bose.
to set up a zone 2 or zone 3 set up you need the yahama amps that receive the signal from the main amp, and from that zones amp, you can control that zone, If you check out page 102 of the manual, you will see where it shows these external amps that control that 2 nd and 3rd zone
However, if you look at page 85 of the manual, you can just run the speakers off the main, and select B on the speaker selection, leaving main and B on will have sound coming from all the speakers, turn off whichever you want to cancel the sound in either room
This problem can be caused by the following, A bad battery, (which you say you are all new). A full base memory and a Faulty main base unit
This main base unit can only expand to four handsets and no more. If the base unit has been reset then the assigned numbers for each handset would begin with " handset 1" if they show any other number when reset then it would not have been reset..To re-set main base you will have to
De-Register All Handsets
Unplug the power supply from the base unit then Remove all handsets from the charge cradles and base then Press and hold the PAGE button on the base.
Plug in the power supply again while pressing the PAGE button, Continue pressing PAGE until the IN USE and CHARGING indicators are lit. (this could take up to 10 seconds)
Release the PAGE button All Handsets will display "enter base id".
If this does not solve your problem then you will have to replace the main base
I assume you do not have the owners manual. You can look on the side or back of the main base unit to see if there is aselector switch for the ring amount, or you may need to do it through the hand set. If there is a button on the hand set to bring up features or menu or settings or options, you neeed to press this and follow the list presented until you come to ring options. If this is not possible, you need the manual and you can get this info from www.owneriq.net (owner iQ) i'm fairly sure it is net and not com. Good luck , Macgivor.
The infrared mentioned by the manual is most likely an extension possibility to use the remote control in each room, forget that part. What you need to do is quite simpel, after connecting all speakers, you should indicate in the setup menu of each zone which speakers are connected and do as follows: in main room select 5.1 setup, for the other zone select only the left and right front speakers. Your EXTRA SP indicates the extra speakers for 7.1 setup and when set to zone B it recognises only 1 speaker.
So read carefully the manual how to connect Zone 2 speakers and connect that way, than carefully walk through the setup menu to setup the zone 2 correctly.
Sorry it took so long to give you a solution to your problem.. You can find this information on the following web page link. It will take you to the Emerson customer service web page main index for owners manuals for all the Clock/Radio products.On this page you can match the make and model of the owners manual to your make and model of Clock/Radio. You can then find the correct instructions to fix the problem with the Clock/Radio's alarms. You will need a pdf reader to read the owners manual. [http://www.emersonradio.com/owners] Copy this web page link and paste it into the address bar of your web browser and it will take you to the page of the index for the owner's manuals. If you are still having problems with the setting of the alarms, you can call the Emerson customer support at this telephone number. 1-800-909-1240. call them between the hours of 8am and 4:30pm central time USA. Give them the make and model of your Clock/Radio and ask them for assistance with your problem. I hope this information help you solve your problem with the Clock/Radio's alarms. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!