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Analog Phones

Top FAQ

  • Base reset
    • Unplug the power-supply unit from the socket.
    • Press and hold down the paging key on the base station.
    • Plug in the power-supply unit again.
    • Keep the paging key on the base station pressed.
    • Release the paging key after 3 seconds.


    PLEASE NOTE! The entire contents of the memory will be deleted. All portable handsets will be deregistered. The system code will be reset to 0000.

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  • Reset the base station to factory conditions

    §Unplug power supply

    §Hold down INT/Paging key

    §Plug in power supply

    §Hold down INT/Paging key at least for 3 seconds

    §Release INT/Paging key

    §After that the reset is performed and all handset are deregistered

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  • Reset the handset to factory conditions

    §Switch off handset

    §Press 1, 4 and 7 and switch on the handset (SERVICE will appear)

    §Enter 4 6 8 5 4 6 3

    §Handset switches off

     

    Handset is reset to the default setting (Phonebook and Redial list are empty)

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  • Reset the System PIN

    Press Menu key

    Enter 4 3 9 3

    Enter PIN 76200

    Now the PIN is 0000 again

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  • How can I deactivate the Missed call / Clip list?

    Activate / deactivate the missed call list :

    • Press Menu key
    • Enter 4 3 9 4
    • Enter 76200
    • Enter 5 and
    • 0= Clip list on or 1= Clip list off
    • Press OK
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  • Why is the time incorrectly shown and why does it change automatically?

    Our Gigaset systems AL180/185, A

    S 280/285, A 580/585, C380/385, SL 780/785 take over the date and time during a CLIP message automatically.

    The transmission from the date and time is carried out by e.g Router, Modems, PABX or switchboards, depending on the manufacturer. In some cases it could happen that a wrong date and time was transfered.

     


    You can switch off the automatically take over from date and time:

    For all bases Gigaset AL180/280/185/285 ; AS 280/285 ; A 380/385 ; A 580/585 ; C 380/385

        * Press menukey
        * Select Settings
        * Select Base
        * Enter 94762001
        * The display shows : "Eeprom"
        * Now enter the following figures
        * Figures for bases
              o  with answering machine: 49325 49372 32796 and press OK
              o  ohne without answering machine: 02130 02075 18651  and press OK
        * After entering OK you will see "Saved" in the display.
        * Unplug and plug the power supply after this procedure.



    For all basesGigaset SL780/785

        * Press menukey
        * Enter * # 05 #
        * You will see " System 9" in the display
        * Enter 4762001
        * You will see "Eeprom" in the display
        * Now enter the following figures
        * Figures for bases
              o  witht answering machine: 12708 12303 12556 und OK drücken
              o  without answering machine: 30893 30915 31168  und OK drücken
        * After entering OK you will see "Saved" in the display.
        * Unplug and plug the power supply after this procedure.

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  • How can I change the Call list setting?

    §Press MENU key and 4 3 2

    §1 = Missed call list or

    §2 = Call log list

    §OK

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  • How can I set up the handset volume?

    Press MENU key and 2 1 1

    Choose the desired volume

    And confirm setting with OK

    User can change handset and handsfree volume in online states as well!

    During a call press UP from the control key and choose the handset volume (1-3).

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Gigaset AS200A - FAQ Topics

    A

  • Audio / Ringer Tones
  • C

  • Call list
  • D

  • Display
  • Directory / Phone book
  • Date / Time
  • R

  • Repeater
  • Reset procedures
  • S

  • Settings / Using / Handling
  • U

  • Using several handsets
  • Using behind PABX