Panasonic Portable Phone Instructions

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Panasonic Portable Phone Instructions
Panasonic cordless phones, or portable phones, are home phones. (cordless phone image by weim from Fotolia.com)

A Panasonic portable, or cordless, phone is designed for in-home use. The phone allows the user to move through the home while talking on the phone. Though there are some slight differences between specific phones and their features, the basic use is similar for each.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Panasonic portable phone
  • Phone jack or phone service

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Place the battery into the phone. Open the back of the phone by sliding it down and put the battery into the battery slot. Put the back of the phone back in place.

  2. 2

    Plug in the phone chargers or base. The number of chargers will differ based on the specific phone and the number of portable phones that came with it. Sometimes there is only one, while others can have as many as five phones. The main phone base will have a cord to plug into the wall jack as well as the basic plug. Attach the cord to the phone base and the jack or device that provides the home phone service.

  3. 3

    Allow the phone a few hours to charge. Exact charging times will differ for each phone. A portable Panasonic phone must have a charged battery to work, since it is movable.

  4. 4

    Pick up the phone off the charger when it rings. This will automatically answer the phone. If the phone is not on a charger when ringing, press the "Talk" button on the phone.

  5. 5

    Press "Talk" on the phone to turn on the phone. Dial the phone number to call others. Press the "Hold" button to put someone on hold and answer another call. Press the "Hold" button again to talk to the first caller.

  6. 6

    Adjust the volume by pressing the volume button on the side of the phone.

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