Nortel Networks 2211 Telephone User Manual

WLAN IP Handset 2210/2211/2212 User Guide
Chapter 6
WLAN Handset, headset, batteries, chargers, and
This section contains information about:
“Cleaning your WLAN Handset” on page 51
“Headset” on page 52
“Battery packs” on page 52
“Desktop Charger” on page 54
“Dual Charger” on page 56
“Cleaning the Desktop, Dual or Quad Chargers” on page 58
“Cleaning the WLAN Handset contacts” on page 59
“Accessories” on page 59
Cleaning your WLAN Handset
The WLAN Handset occasionally must be cleaned to maintain appearance. In general, wiping the
handset surface with a clean water-dampened cloth or paper towel removes most films or residues.
If more rigorous cleaning is required, you can use:
A mild detergent solution. Be sure to wipe away any detergent residue with a plain
water-dampened cloth.
Any general-purpose household glass and surface cleaner. Do not spray the handset directly.
Spray the cleaner on a soft cloth or paper towel, then wipe the handset.
Pre-treated cloths, like those used for eyeglasses or cameras.
Pre-moistened towelettes. Avoid those containing lanolin or aloe, which leave a slippery
Isopropyl alcohol, applied by a damp cloth or paper towel. When using alcohol, do not rub the
keypad characters vigorously, as this will significantly degrade legibility.
If the headset connector becomes dirty, you may experience a scratchy or intermittent signal. To
clean the connector, dip the padded end of either a wooden- or paper-handled cotton swab in
isopropyl alcohol. Gently insert in the connector and twist, repeating several times. If available,
blow compressed air into the connector to clear debris.
Do not use furniture polishes, waxes, or plasticizer-based cleaner.
Do not use lanolin, aloe, glycerin, or other skin care products.
Do not apply any solvent such as acetone or mineral spirits.
Do not directly spray or immerse the handset.