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Model Number KX-TG684SK
Cordless Telephone with Bluetooth and Digital Answering Machine
4 handsets are supplied with this model.
Just below the top of the handset face is a circular depression. This is the receiver.
The smooth square surface below the receiver is the display. 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 phonebook entries, right to view the redial list, and down to view the caller list.
Just below the display, there are two 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. The menu icon is displayed above the right soft key to indicate that is serves as the menu select key. The icon displayed above the left soft key changes depending on whether there is newly received voicemail or whether new messages have been recorded. The CELL icon is displayed when a cellular phone is paired and the phonebook icon is displayed when no cellular phone is paired.
To the left side of the navigator key, below the left soft key button is the TALK button, it has a raised dot. To the right side of the navigator key, below the right soft key button is the OFF button, it has a raised bar.
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.
Just below the telephone keypad, there are three buttons in a horizontal row. The far left is the SP-PHONE button. The center is the FLASH button. The FLASH button also serves as the CALL WAIT button. The far right, below the pound key is the CALL BLOCK button.
In the center of the lowest part of the handset face below, there is a 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, there are volume key and headset jack. The volume key is located in line with the display. It is positioned vertically and is slightly concave. Press the upper side to turn the volume up, and press the lower side to turn the volume down. The headset jack is located in line with the dial key pad. It 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 upper-back side of the handset, there is an oval shaped area. This is the handset speaker.
Just below the speaker is the battery compartment. The battery compartment’s upper edge is marked by a fingertip sized depression.
The top of the base unit slopes down towards you from back to front.
The handset charging cradle is located on the left of the base unit. 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. The oval shaped area behind the cradle is the base unit speaker.
Located to the right of the cradle are the base unit buttons. There are five hard and smooth plastic buttons in a vertical row at the far right of the base unit.
In order from top to bottom they are; Volume up, Volume down, ERASE, SKIP which also serves as the CELL 1 button, and REPEAT which also serves as the CELL 2 button.
To the left side of the Volume down button, there are two rubber buttons in a horizontal row. The left one is the LOCATES CELL button and the HANDSET LOCATOR button is on the right.
To the left side of the ERASE button, there is a small display. At the top, there are two indicators in a horizontal row. From the right, they are; CELL indicator (1 and 2) and HEADSET indicator. These indicators will light up when a cellular phone or Bluetooth headset is connected.
Just below the indicators, there is the message counter.
To the left of the REPEAT button and below the message counter, there are two buttons in a horizontal row. From the right, they are; PLAY/STOP button and ANSWER ON/OFF button.
With the charger facing you, the handset’s charging cradle is in the center. The handset stands upright in the cradle with the display facing forward. The two ridges on the bottom of the cradle are the charge contacts.