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    If you are attempting to programme your CPR Call Blocker v10000  and it results in a busy signal/ error message from your carrier/ network provider. There are 4 methods that can be used to overcome this;

    Firstly, you have to ensure that you are set up using the standard method :

    Standard Set up

    To set up using the standard set up, please follow the steps shown below;

    • From the base of the phone, remove the line cable that runs from the wall jack/ router modem.
    • Insert line cable that has been removed from the phone base into the call blocker LINE port (not LINE1/ TEL/ TEL1).
    • This will power the call blocker and display 0000.
    • Insert the short black cable provided to the TEL port of the Call Blocker (Not TEL1/ LINE1).
    • Insert the other end of the same black cable to the base of the phone, into the port that previously had the telephone line cable connected.

    If display shows 0000 and phone has a dial tone, this means set up has been complete!

    To programme your CPR Call Blocker you will need to follow the methods shown below;

    Method 1

    • Get a dial tone and enter sequence into the keypad of the phone connected to the Call Blocker.
    • Hold down the block now button on Call Blocker product for 5 – 10 seconds until you hear a beep on your handset.
    • After the beep enter the desired code to programme the CPR Call Blocker (I.E * * 7 # (BEEP) 6 * # (BEEP).
    • After the second beep on your handset, please hang up the receiver.
    • The Call Blocker will register ‘Successful’ on the display to indicate that the code was accepted.

    Method 2

    • Continuously hold down the block now button on Call Blocker product
    • Get a dial tone on your handset.
    • After 5 – 10 seconds you will hear a beep on your handset.
    • After beep is heard, enter the desired code to programme the CPR Call Blocker (I.E * * 7 # (BEEP) 6 * # (BEEP).
    • After the second beep on your handset, please hang up the receiver.
    • The Call Blocker will register ‘Successful’ on the display to indicate that the code was accepted.

    Method 3

    • Without getting a dial tone, enter the desired code to programme the CPR Call Blocker (I.E * * 7 # (BEEP) 6 * # (BEEP).
    • Press the Talk/ Dial/ Green button/lift receiver to begin automatically dialling the code.
    • You will hear a double beep at end of the code entry
    • Hang up the receiver.
    • The Call Blocker will register ‘Successful’ on the display to indicate that the code was accepted.

    Method 4

    In the case of conflicting codes used with your network provider system, the 4th method is an alternate way to programme your CPR Call Blocker. The codes are listed as * * (Asterisk – Asterisk) whereas in this method you will use # * (Pound – Asterisk) you can use any of the listed methods above to  enter the codes into your system, for example # * 7 # (BEEP) 6 * # (BEEP).

    • In the case of unblocking a number with this method, you will need to press and hold the delete button when the number appears on the CPR Call Blocker display, this will remove the number from the block list.
    • In the case of blocking a number with this method, you will need to press the red ‘Block Now’ button on the CPR Call Blocker this will add the number to the block list.

     

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