KX-TC2000AL Manuals


Getting Started
2
3
Section 1
Making/Answering Calls
Section 2
Speed Dialler
Speed Dialler
Section 3/4
1-A Accessories
1-B Location of Controls
2-A Making Calls
3-A Storing Phone Numbers in Memory
3-B Dialling a Stored Number
AC Adaptor......one
Battery.............one
Handset
Base unit
You can store up to 10 phone numbers. The dialling buttons ((0) to (9))
To redial the last number dialled
1 Press (TALK).
function as memory stations. 
If you misdial
1 Press (TALK).
•The TALK indicator lights.
•The TALK indicator lights.
Antenna
The TALK indicator light must be off before programming.
Press (TALK)  (REDIAL).
Press (PROGRAM) to end storing. 
Antenna (1-C) 
•If an alarm tone sounds, see 6-D.
 Start again from step 1.
(TALK) Button and
Handset Hook (6-C)
To select the handset receiver
Indicator (2-A)
volume 
To erase a stored number
1 Press (PROGRAM).
IN USE/CHARGE 
2 Dial a phone number.
•The TALK indicator flashes.
Telephone Line Cord............................one
2 Press (AUTO).
(AUTO) Button
Indicator (1-C, 5-A)
Press (LOUD) while talking.
Press (PROGRAM)  (AUTO) 
•The TALK indicator flashes.
(TALK) and
(3-A, 5-D)
For Australia
For New Zealand
(DIRECT) Button
•Each time you press the button, the
 the memory station number ((0) to (9))
2 Enter a phone number up
Indicator
(4-A)
volume level will change to LOW (preset)
for the phone number to be erased.
to 16 digits.
DIRECT
AUTO
3 To hang up,
(AUTO)
TALK
or HIGH.
ON
OFF

press (TALK) or place the
(RECALL)           
•A beep sounds.
DEF
ABC
3 Press the memory
1
2
3
Button (5-D)
(TALK) and
handset on the base unit.
station number 
MNO
If noise interferes with the
JKL
3 Press (AUTO).
GHI
5
6
4
Indicator

Memory Station
WXYZ
(REDIAL) Button
The indicator light goes out.
(AUTO)
TUV
((0) to (9)).
PQRS
(RINGER) Button 
8
9
conversation
7
Handset Cover
For Australia only
(2-B)
(2-A)
Numbers
0
TALK Indicator
•The stored number is
REDIAL
Press (CH) to select a clearer channel or
RECALL
........................one
Telephone Plug
RINGER
(PAUSE) Button 
........................one
4 Press a memory station
PAUSE
LOUD
•For best operating performance, see
dialled.
PROGRAM
(PROGRAM) Button 
move closer to the base unit.
number ((0) to (9)).
CH
(5-C)
Memory Station
RECHARGE
(3-A, 4-A, 5-D)
section 6-B.
(CH) (Channel)
•When dialling additional numbers after
Numbers
•A beep sounds.
(LOUD) Button (2-A)
(HANDSET!LOCATOR) 
Backlit handset keypad
Button (2-A)
(REDIAL)
speed dialling [eg, AUTO (3-B), DIRECT
•To store other numbers, repeat 
Charge 
Button (5-A)
RECHARGE 
(PAUSE)
Charge Contacts 
(4-B) or REDIAL], make sure that speed
The handset dialling buttons will light when
steps 1 through 4.
Contacts (6-A)
Indicator (6-A)
(LOUD)
(6-A)
dialling is finished before entering
you press a button or lift the handset off the
•If a pause is required for dialling, press
additional digits. 
base unit, or when a call is received. The
(PROGRAM)
(PAUSE) where needed. Pressing (PAUSE)
1-C Settings
(CH)
Otherwise, the unit may not dial correctly.
lights will go out a few seconds after
counts as one digit (5-C).
pressing a button, lifting the handset or
answering a call.
1 Connect as shown.
Fasten the AC adaptor cord.
2 Install the battery in the handset, and close the
handset cover, locking it into place.
Hooks
2-B Answering Calls
Black 
Red 
Lead
Lead
One-Touch Dialler
One-Touch Dialler
(TALK) and Indicator
If the handset is off the base unit,
Selecting the ringer volume
press (TALK).
The TALK indicator light must be off.
For New Zealand
•You can also answer a call by pressing
4-A Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button
4-B Dialling a Stored Number in the DIRECT Button
(RINGER)
any dialling button (0) to (9), (*) or (#)
To select HIGH (preset) or LOW,
To Single-Line 
press (RINGER). 
Telephone Jack
To replace the battery:
(—Any Key Talk).
A phone number stored in the (DIRECT) button can be dialled with a one-touch operation. 
OR
Press the notch on the cover firmly and
Each time you press the button, the ringer
The TALK indicator light must be off before programming.
If you misdial
1 Press (TALK).
volume will change and the selected
•The TALK indicator lights.
Telephone Line Cord
slide it as indicated by the arrow.
volume will ring.
Press (PROGRAM) to end storing. 
Replace the old battery with new one
 Start again from step 1.
For Australia
(6-A). Close the cover and charge for
To turn the ringer OFF,
OR
To Socket 
1 Press (PROGRAM).
about 15 hours.
press and hold (RINGER) until a beep
•The TALK indicator flashes.
To erase a stored number
sounds.
2 Press (DIRECT).
•Be sure wires are free from being pressed by the battery body
Press (PROGRAM)  (DIRECT).
•The stored number is
or the handset cover.
To turn the ringer ON, 
If on the base unit,

dialled.
Extend the 
A beep sounds.
Telephone 
Telephone Plug
press (RINGER).
(DIRECT)
antenna fully.
Line Cord
just lift up.
2 Enter a phone number up
to 16 digits.
To Power Outlet
(TALK) and
STOP
(AC 230 V–240 V, 
3 Charge the battery for about 15 hours.
•See section 6-A for more details.
Indicator
50/60 Hz)
•The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights.
(DIRECT)
AC Adaptor
3 Press (DIRECT).
•A beep sounds.
IN USE/CHARGE Indicator
 TALK Indicator
•USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQLV16AL.

For New Zealand Users Only: Additional Security Feature
The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times.
•If a pause is required for dialling, press
(It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.)
In the event that a call cannot be made from the handset following a power interruption,

(PAUSE) where needed. Pressing
This unit will not function during a power failure. If you want to
disconnect the base unit from the line momentarily then reconnect it. Turn the handset off, and
(PAUSE)
(PAUSE) counts as one digit (5-C).
connect a standard telephone on the same line; 
replace it on the base unit.
- KX-TC2000AL: Use a telephone double adaptor.
This will re-establish the security system and the handset can be used as before.
- KX-TC2000NZ: Use a T-adaptor.
(PROGRAM)
•KX-TC2000AL and KX-TC2000NZ are not designed to be used
with rotary (pulse dialling) services.


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