KX TG6531 by J393230

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									This document is a text description of the control panel layout for the product listed below. The complete

operating instructions are available online in PDF format from the Customer Support section of

www.panasonic.com.



Model Number KX-TG6531

Expandable Digital Cordless Answering System



Handset

1 handset is supplied with this model.

With the handset buttons facing you, the Ringer/Message/Charge indicator is on the top left. Its position is

marked by a small indentation. Just below the top of the handset face is an oval shaped depression with

rounded corners. This is the receiver.



The smooth square surface below the receiver is the display. Just below the display are three buttons in a

horizontal row. These are the soft keys. By pressing a soft key, you can select the feature shown directly on

the display above. Phonebook icon is displayed above the left soft key to indicate that it serves as the

phonebook select key. Menu icon is displayed above the middle soft key to indicate that it serves as the

menu select key. The icon displayed above the right soft key changes depending on whether newly

received Voice mail or Answering system is activated. Redial is displayed if there are no new messages.



In the center of the handset is the navigator key. The navigator key is circular in shape and is slightly

concave. You can use the navigator key to scroll through various lists and items. Press the navigator key up

or down to adjust the receiver or speaker volume while talking. You can also press the navigator key left to

view caller list and right to view redial list.



To the upper-left of the navigator key is the TALK button, it has a raised dot. To the upper-right of the

navigator key is the OFF button, it has a raised bar. To the lower-left of the navigator key, below the TALK

button is the Speakerphone button. To the lower-right side of the navigator key, below the OFF button is the

FLASH button. The FLASH button also serves as the CALL WAIT button.



Below the navigator key is the telephone keypad. It is laid out in the conventional telephone keypad

arrangement with a raised dot on the “5” button and a star key and a pound key on the left and right of the

“0” button. The star key in the lower left corner of the keypad also serves as the TONE button.



In the center of the lowest part of the handset face below the “0” button, there is a very small hole. This is

the microphone. The two ridges on the bottom surface of the handset are the charge contacts.
On the left side of the handset is the headset jack. It is located in line with the “4” button. The headset jack

has a flexible rubber cover which can be opened from top to bottom but cannot be removed.



On each side of the handset, in line with the top of the display is a small hole. These 2 holes are used to

attach the belt clip. You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the supplied belt clip.



On the back of the handset just above center is a round textured area. This is the handset speaker.

Surrounding the top and sides of the handset speaker is a hard rubber arch-shaped non-slip pad. This pad

helps to stop the handset from slipping between your shoulder and ear.



Just below the handset speaker is the battery compartment. The battery compartment’s upper edge is

marked by a fingertip sized depression.



Base Unit

The top of the base unit slopes down from back to front.

The handset’s charging cradle is at the front-left of the base unit. The textured area behind the cradle is the

base unit speaker. The two ridges at the bottom of the cradle are the charge contacts.



The handset is placed in the cradle with the handset buttons facing you. The handset will beep when the

handset is properly placed in the cradle for charging.



In total there are 6 base unit buttons. All 6 buttons are hard and smooth.

At the center of the arrangement of buttons is the play/message indicator button. This button will flash when

new messages have been recorded. Surrounding the play/message indicator button is the ring-shaped

navigator key. The surface of this key is slightly concave. Press the navigator key up or down to adjust

speaker volume. Ringer volume can also be adjusted by pressing the navigator key up or down when

receiving a call.



The left side of the navigator key serves as the repeat button. It is used to repeat messages recorded on the

answering system. The right side of the navigator key serves as the skip button. It is used to skip messages

recorded on the answering system.



Surrounding the navigator key are four curved buttons. At top-left is the ERASE button. At bottom-left is the

STOP button. At bottom-right is the LOCATOR button. At top-right is the ANSWER ON button. At the top

right of the ANSWER ON button is a small circular indentation. This is the ANSWER ON indicator.

								
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