CT310 SERIES

CT310 SERIES
CT310 SERIES

The Motorola CT310 corded phone offers the simplicity of a corded phone with the convenience of hands-free talking. Caller ID and Auto IP function helps you to get the best calling value.

Features

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General
  • Dialling mode - tone / pulse
  • Network voicemail indicator 1
Display & Menu Features
  • Black and white, 7 segments LCD display
  • Alarm
  • Time and date function
  • LCD contrast 5 levels
  • Call timer
Sound / Audio
  • Hands-free speakerphone
  • 24 Ringer tones
  • Music on hold facility
  • Ringer volume control - 4 levels and 1 crescendo
Calling
  • Pre-dialling facility
  • Last number redial length - 32 digits
  • Memory number length - 16 digits
  • 10 Two-touch memory keys
  • Repeat call indicator
  • Redial list - at least 8 entries 16 digits long
  • Calls list - at least 32 entries 16 digits long 1
  • Auto IP
  • Set area code
  • PABX access code
  • Caller ID 1
Note
  • 1. You must subscribe to your network provider's Caller ID or call waiting service for these features to work.
  • All features, functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why can't I make or receive telephone calls?

This may be due to several factors. Please follow these recommendations in order:

  • First, ensure that you are using the line cord that was supplied with the phone. Your existing line cord may not be suitable.
  • Check that both ends of the supplied line cord are connected securely.
  • Check that the power is on and that you have the power adaptor correctly plugged into a known working mains socket and also to the telephone base unit.
  • Switch the mains power off, wait five seconds and then turn it on again. This will reset your product.
  • If the line cord is not connected to the telephone master socket, try it in this socket. If the problem clears there may be a problem with your internal wiring between the telephone sockets.
  • Remove all other telephone equipment connected to the same line. If the problem clears you may have exceeded the amount of equipment that can be connected. All telephone networks have a REN value allocated to them. The standard allocation for a residential line is four REN and equipment connected to the line should not exceed this value. You can check the total REN connected to your line by adding together the REN value of each piece of telecommunication equipment, it is normally shown underneath the base.
  • If you have a broadband service, ensure you use a broadband filter on all telephone sockets that are in use.
  • Try connecting another known working telephone to the telephone line socket. If you still cannot make or receive calls you should contact your service provider for the line to be checked.
  • If possible try testing your telephone on a telephone line in a different property (eg a neighbour's line). This will also help verify whether the phone or line is at fault.
  • If you can make but are not receiving calls then please check the following;
  • Confirm that the ringer is not switched off.
  • Check if call divert is activated on the line.
  • If none of the above remedies solve your problem, please contact the helpdesk.
  • Why doesn't my phone ring?

  • Ensure that the ringer volume hasn't been turned down or off.
  • Ensure that you are using the line cord that was supplied with the phone. Your existing line cord may not be suitable.
  • Check that both ends of the supplied line cord are connected securely.
  • Check that the power is on and that you have the power adaptor correctly plugged into a known working mains socket and also to the telephone base unit.
  • Switch the mains power off, wait five seconds and then turn it on again. This will reset your product.
  • If none of the above remedies solve your problem, please contact the helpdesk.
  • Why am I receiving interference or noise on my phone?

    This issue may be due to several factors. Please follow these recommendations in order:

  • If you have a broadband service, ensure you use a broadband filter on all telephone sockets that are in use.
  • If your base line cord is not connected to the telephone master socket, try it in this socket. If the problem clears there may be a problem with your internal wiring between the telephone sockets.
  • Try connecting another known working telephone to the telephone line socket. If the problem remains you should contact your telephone service provider for the line to be checked.
  • If possible try testing your telephone on a telephone line in a different property - for example, a neighbour's line. This will also help verify whether the phone or line is at fault.
  • The distance between the base and handset is obscured by as few walls as possible.
  • The base should be placed away from other electrical/electronic equipment, eg, PCs, TVs, etc.
  • If none of the above remedies solve your problem, please contact the helpdesk for your product.
  • Why are all my incoming calls too quiet?

  • Motorola phones have a setting that allows you to adjust the volume up or down. Please consult the user guide to make sure this is set appropriately.
  • Ensure that the earpiece is free from all obstructions, including packaging and labels.
  • If none of the above remedies solve your problem, please contact the helpdesk.
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