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1040

4-Linesmall business system with speakerphone

Congratulations

on purchasing your new AT&T product.

Before using this AT&T product, please read the Important product information on pages50-51of this user’s manual.

Please thoroughly read the user’s manual for all the feature operation and troubleshooting information you need to install and operate your new AT&T product. You can also visit our website at www.telephones.att.com or call1 (800) 222-3111.

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Do you receive DSL, (Digital subscriber line,) service for highspeed internet access through your telephone line(s) from your telephone company? If so, you will need to add either DSL splitters and/or microfilters to your installation. See page 9 of the installation guide.

For customer service or product information, visit our website at www.telephones.att.com or call1 (800) 222-3111.In Canada, dial1 (866) 288-4268.

CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons or damage to the telephone, read and follow these instructions carefully:

Use only alkaline 9V batteries (size 1604A, purchased separately).

Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. Like other batteries of this type, it could explode if burned. Check with local codes for special disposal instructions.

Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.

Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to create a short circuit. Do not allow conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, or keys to touch the battery. The battery or conductor may overheat and cause harm.

Use the battery identified for use with this product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.

Observe proper polarity orientation between the battery and metallic contacts.

Do not disassemble your telephone. There are no user-serviceableparts inside. Refer to qualified service personnel for servicing.

User's manual

1040

4-Linesmall business system with speakerphone

Table of contents

 

Getting started

 

Introduction.........................................................................................................................................

1

Telephone Overview........................................................................................................................

2

Display screen messages..............................................................................................................

4

LCD CONTRAST...........................................................................................................................

4

Indicator lights & tones.................................................................................................................

6

Indicator lights............................................................................................................................

6

Alert tones.....................................................................................................................................

7

Directory card.....................................................................................................................................

8

Telephone operation

 

Basic phone operation...................................................................................................................

9

Lit line indicators........................................................................................................................

9

Making and answering calls.................................................................................................

9

Switching among handset, speakerphone and headset mode...........................

12

Timer.................................................................................................................................................

12

VOLUME control..........................................................................................................................

13

RINGER ON/OFF.........................................................................................................................

14

RINGER TYPE................................................................................................................................

14

DO NOT DISTURB.......................................................................................................................

15

Last number redial....................................................................................................................

16

Redial stack...................................................................................................................................

17

Auto-redial.....................................................................................................................................

18

Call waiting...................................................................................................................................

19

MUTE.................................................................................................................................................

19

Temporary tone dialing...........................................................................................................

19

HOLD................................................................................................................................................

20

Switching between lines.........................................................................................................

21

Call privacy....................................................................................................................................

21

Conference calls.........................................................................................................................

22

Transfer a call..............................................................................................................................

23

Blind transfer...............................................................................................................................

23

Transfer a call and speak to the receiving party.......................................................

24

Answer a transferred call......................................................................................................

24

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Intercom operation

 

Intercom overview............................................................................................................................

25

Intercom ...............................................................................................................................................

26

Make an intercom call with the handset.......................................................................

26

Make an intercom call with the speakerphone or headset..................................

27

Answer an intercom call........................................................................................................

28

End an intercom or page call..............................................................................................

28

Voice page............................................................................................................................................

29

Page a specific extension (single-phonepage)..........................................................

29

Answer a single-phonepage...............................................................................................

30

Page all (system-widepage)................................................................................................

31

Answer a system-widepage................................................................................................

32

Room monitor..............................................................................................................................

33

Make an intercom conference call....................................................................................

33

One-touchsetup and operation

 

One-touchoverview........................................................................................................................

34

One-touch............................................................................................................................................

35

PREFERENCE.................................................................................................................................

35

One-touchstorage...........................................................................................................................

36

To dial a one-touchnumber.......................................................................................................

38

To view or delete a one-touchnumber.................................................................................

39

To view a one-touchnumber...............................................................................................

39

To delete a one-touchnumber...........................................................................................

39

To modify a one-touchnumber.................................................................................................

40

Using a 1080 mailbox

 

Forwarding to DTAD mailbox......................................................................................................

42

To setup call forwarding...............................................................................................................

43

To turn call forwarding on.....................................................................................................

43

To set call forwarding delay time......................................................................................

43

Listening to messages - internal access...............................................................................

44

Appendix A,

Appendix B,

Appendix C,

Glossary..............................................................................................................

45

Time/date .........................................................................................................

46

Centrex operation..........................................................................................

47

Set ring delay duration..............................................................................................................

47

Answer a delayed ring...............................................................................................................

47

Pick up another station’s line................................................................................................

47

Centrex service call example.................................................................................................

48

Appendix D, General product care....................................................................................

49

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Appendix E, Important product information................................................................

50

Safety information.......................................................................................................................

50

Especially about corded telephones...................................................................................

51

Especially about telephone answering systems...........................................................

51

Appendix F, FCC and ACTA information.........................................................................

52

Appendix G, Part 15 of FCC rules.....................................................................................

54

Appendix H, Limited warranty.............................................................................................

55

Appendix I, Technical specification...................................................................................

58

Appendix J, In case of difficulty.........................................................................................

59

Index....................................................................................................................................................

66

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Getting started

Introduction

This AT&T Small Business System is expandable to a 16-extensiontelephone system. The 1040 telephone is compatible with 1070 and 1080 telephones. For details, see theInstallation Guide. This system is not compatible with any other AT&T4-linesmall business telephones, except for the 1070 and 1080 telephones.

The 1040 telephone is hearing-aidcompatible and can be connected to up to four incoming telephone lines. This telephone features a speakerphone for handsfree use and a headset jack compatible with mosttwo-band2.5mm headsets (sold separately). There are two additional ports available for

connecting the telephone to another device such as a fax machine or modem.

The 1040 allows paging, intercom and call transfers between system telephones and is capable of connecting three parties in the same conference call.

This telephone also features a 32-numberoneandtwo-touchmemory for faster dialing.

If there is a 1080 telephone in your system that is an auto attendant, it may record messages for your set.

The 1040 telephone is compatible with Centrex service. Centrex is a special subscriber service which may be available from your local telephone company for a fee. If you subscribe to Centrex service, refer to the Centrex operation section (page 47).

This user's manual contains detailed instructions for using your AT&T Small Business System 1040 telephone. Please read this manual before using this 1040 telephone.

Getting started

Telephone overview

LINE BUTTONS, 1-4

Press to make or answer a call on the desired line (page 9). While on a call, press to release the call privacy feature (page 21).

DO NOT DISTURB

Press twice to activate the Do Not Disturb feature

(page 40).

Press again to resume normal use (page 40).

HEADSET JACK

(Beneath the small rubber flap,) for

2.5mm headset

(AUTO) REDIAL

Press to view the redial stack (page 18).

Press again to quit.

TRANSFER

Press to transfer an outside call to another 1040, or a 1070, or a 1080 (page 48).

FLASH

During a call, press to receive an incoming call if call waiting service is activated (page 19).

Getting started

Telephone overview

Navigation keys

One-touchkeys

 

Press to scroll up, down,

Press to make an

intercom call (page

left or right while in

26) or a one-touch

the menu.

outside call (page 38).

 

 

VOLUME

ENTER

While the telephone

is not in use, press to

Press until you see the

adjust ringer volume

main menu. Once in the

(page 13).

menu, press to select

During a call, press

an item or save an entry

to adjust listening

or setting.

volume (page 13).

Press and hold to exit

 

the menu.

 

HOLD

HEADSET

Press to place an out-

side call on hold (page

Press to turn on the

20).

headset (page 11).

CONFERENCE

MUTE

Press so that the

Press to create a

other party cannot

three-wayconversa-

hear you.

tion (page 22).

Press again to resume

 

 

the conversation

INTERCOM

(page 19).

Press to intercom or

 

page another extension

LOWER

(pages 26-29).

Press to dial a tele-

 

 

phone number stored

SPEAKER

in the lower location

of a one-touchkey

Press to turn on the

(page 38).

speakerphone. Press

 

again to turn off

 

(page 10).

 

Getting started

Display screen messages

SPECIAL OPTIONS

LEVEL-4LCD CONTRAST

LCD contrast

Your set's display provides important information. You can adjust the screen contrast to one of eight levels to optimize readability in different lighting conditions.

1. Press [ENTER].

2. Press [] or[ ] until you seeSPECIAL OPTIONS. Press[ENTER].

3. Press [] or[ ] until you seeLCD CONTRAST.

4. Press [] or[ ] to select the screen contrast level(1-8).

5. To move to the next feature, press [ ].

-OR-

To exit setup, press and hold [ENTER].

AC FAIL

There is no AC power to the set. If a good battery

is installed, basic phone operation is supported,

 

 

(such as making and answering calls on the

 

handset.) Speakerphone, headset and call privacy

 

are not supported. The handset volume will be at

 

the minimum level and only the two lowest levels

 

will be available for the ringer volume.

 

 

DND

The Do Not Disturb mode is on.

 

 

DTAD: XX/YY

Flashes when the mailboxes of the DTAD mailbox

 

1080 telephone are full or when the auto

 

attendant of the DTAD mailbox 1080 telephone

 

is off. (XX is the total number of new system

 

extension messages recorded for this 1040

 

telephone. YY is the total number of all system

 

extension messages recorded for this 1040

 

telephone.)

 

 

(EMPTY)

The one-touchlocation is empty.

 

 

EXT XX RING

There is an incoming Centrex call.

 

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