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2.4 GHz Cordless Speakerphone 1475/1175

with Caller ID & CallWaiting

You must install and

See page 7

charge the battery before

using the telephone

STOP! for easy instructions

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or call 1-800-222-3111

 

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

Use only Replacement Battery 3301 (SKU# 91076).

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 short the battery with conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor may overheat and cause harm.

Charge the battery provided with or 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 battery charger.

Do not disassemble your telephone. There are nouser-serviceableparts inside. Refer for servicing to qualified service personnel.

Copyright © 2003 Advanced American Telephones. All Rights Reserved. AT&T and the Globe Design are trademarks of AT&T Corporation., licensed to Advanced American Telephones.

Speakerphone 1475/1175

with Caller ID & CallWaiting

Table of contents

Getting Started

 

QUICK REFERENCE ..............................

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Parts checklist .......................................

4

Before you begin ..................................

5

Telephone base installation................

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Battery installation & charging ..........

7

Wall mounting ......................................

8

Handset belt clip & optional headset...

9

Telephone Operation

 

Customizing your telephone...........

10

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

12

Options during calls ..........................

13

Handset locator and intercom........

14

Directory Dialing

 

Directory dialing ................................

15

Speed dialing........................................

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Entering names ...................................

17

Directory name search.....................

18

To dial, edit or delete a listing ........

19

Caller ID Operation

 

Caller ID operation ...........................

20

To review call log ..............................

21

To dial a call log entry ......................

22

To delete call log entries .................

23

To add entries to phone directory..

24

Answering System Operation

Answering system operation ..........

25

Day and time announcements ........

26

Outgoing announcements................

27

Announce Only mode ......................

28

Changing feature options.................

29

Message playback ...............................

30

Recording and playing memos ........

31

Message window displays.................

32

Remote access....................................

33

Appendix

 

Screen messages, lights and tones....

34

In case of difficulty .............................

36

INDEX ...................................................

38

Technical specifications ....................

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Getting Started

Quick reference guide

Handset

Incoming calls (see page 20)

 

 

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Low battery

Date and time

HHold

Press to place a call on hold. Press again to resume your call.

PPhone/Flash

Press to begin a call, then dial a number.

During a call, press to receive an incoming call, if Call Waiting is activated (see page 13).

OOff

During a call, press to hang up.

During programming, press to stop without making changes.

SSelect

Press to store a programming option (see page 10), or to store a directory entry in memory (see page 17).

<>Volume/Function

During a call, press <>to adjust listening volume.

While programming, press to change menu item or value (see page 10).

Press >DIR when phone is not in use to display phone book entries (see page 18). While entering numbers or letters, press to advance cursor.

Press <CID when phone is not in use to display Caller ID information (see page 21). While entering numbers or letters, press to delete last character entered.

@Intercom

Press to initiate an intercom call between the handset and the base (see page 14).

@Prog/Chan

Press to customize the telephone’s operation (see page 10).

If call is noisy or unclear, press to switch to a clearer channel.

Using the dial pad to enter letters (see page 17)

Press once to enter “A”

Press twice to enter “B”

2Press 3 times to enter “C” Press 4 times to enter “2”

@Redial/Pause

Press to redial last number called.

While dialing or entering numbers into your phone directory, press to insert a 4-seconddialing pause (see page 17).

Getting Started

Quick reference guide

Base/Speakerphone

Swivel antenna fully

 

 

upright for best results

Answering

Telephone

system

function keys

controls

 

Telephone function keys (see pages 10-14)

PROG......................

Press to enter a number into Speed Dialing memory

MEM ........................

Press, then enter location number (0-9)to call a number

FLASH

stored in Speed Dialing memory

During a call, press to receive an incoming call, if

MUTE

Call Waiting is activated

Press to silence microphone; press again to resume

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

Press to place a call on hold; press again to resume

REDIAL ..................

Press to redial last number called

SPEAKER ..............

Press to turn speakerphone on or off (begin or end a call)

Answering system controls (see pages 25-33)

MENU......................

Press to review or change answering system options

CHANGE ................

Press to change a menu option

TIME/SET................

Press to set date and time

REC/MEMO ............

Press to record a memo or outgoing announcement

DELETE ..................

Press to delete message currently playing

REPEAT/SLOW ......

Press to repeat message; hold to slow playback

SKIP/QUICK ..........

Press to skip message; hold to speed up playback

MBOX 1/STOP........

Press to retrieve messages or stop playback

MBOX 2/STOP........

Press to retrieve messages or stop playback

MBOX 3/STOP........

Press to retrieve messages or stop playback

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

Press to turn answering system on or off

NOTE: Handset will not ring while in the base, unless the base ringer is turned off (see page 11).

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Getting Started

Parts checklist

Remember to save your sales receipt and original packaging in case you ever need to ship your telephone for warranty service. Check to make sure the telephone package includes the following:

Telephone base

Telephone handset

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power adapter

Battery pack

Belt clip

Long line cord

Short line cord

Getting Started

Before you begin

About Caller Identification

Caller ID with Call Waiting features in this telephone let you see who’s calling before you answer the phone, even when you’re on another call. These features require services provided by your local telephone company.

Contact your telephone service provider if:

You have both Caller ID and Call Waiting, but as separate services (you may need combined service)

You have only Caller ID service, or only Call Waiting service

You don’t subscribe to any Caller ID or Call Waiting services.

You can use this phone with regular Caller ID service, and you can use its other features without subscribing to either Caller ID or combined Caller ID with Call Waiting service. There may be fees for these services, and they may not be available in all areas.

Caller ID features will work only if both you and the caller are in areas offering Caller ID service, and if both telephone companies use compatible equipment.

See Caller ID Operation, beginning on page 20, for more details about how these features work.

Telephone operating range

This cordless telephone operates with the maximum power allowed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Even so, this handset and base can communicate over only a certain distance — which can vary with the locations of the base and handset, the weather, and the construction of your home or office. For best performance, keep the base antenna fully upright.

If you receive a call while you are out of range, the handset might not ring — or if it does ring, the call might not connect when you press P.

Move closer to the base, then press Pto answer the call.

If you move out of range during a phone conversation, you might hear noise or interference. To improve reception,move closer to the base.

If you move out of range without pressing O, your phone will be left “off the hook.” To hang up properly, walk back toward the telephone base, periodically pressing Ountil the call is disconnected.

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Getting Started

Telephone base installation

Install the speakerphone base as shown below. Choose a location away from electronic equipment, such as personal computers, television sets or microwave ovens. Avoid excessive heat, cold, dust or moisture.

NOTE: Use only the power cord supplied with this product.

If you need a replacement,call 1 800 222–3111.

Be sure to use an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.

Plug power cord transformer into electrical outlet

Plug long line cord into telephone jack

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Getting Started

Battery installation & charging

After installation, place the handset in the base and allow the battery to charge for 12 hours before use. You can keep the battery charged by returning the handset to the base after each use. When battery power is fully depleted, a full recharge takes about 8 hours.

Press tab to open battery compartment

Insert battery and replace compartment cover

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Low battery indicator

Return handset to base to recharge when this symbol appears. (Handset will beep when battery is low.)

Plug in battery here

Place handset in base to charge for 12 hours before first use.

Charging light will be illuminated while battery is charging.

Rotate antenna to fully upright position

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Getting Started

Wall mounting

The speakerphone base can be installed on any standard wall-phoneoutlet as shown below. Choose a location away from electronic equipment, such as personal computers, television sets or microwave ovens. Avoid excessive heat, cold, dust or moisture.

Plug power cord transformer into electrical outlet

Press and slide down firmly so base is held securely on outlet mounting pegs

Rotate cradle up to hold handset upright

1 Use a flat-headscrewdriver or coin to turn the screw head to theunlock position.

2 Rotate cradle up to hold the handset upright when wall mounted.

3Use a flat-headscrewdriver or coin to turn the screw head to thelock position.

Plug short line cord into telephone jack

Rotate antenna to fully upright position

Getting Started

Belt clip & optional headset

Install belt clip as shown below if desired.

For hands-freetelephone conversations, you can use any industry standard 2.5 mm headset (purchased separately). For best results use an AT&T 2.5 mm headset.

Snap belt clip into notches on side of handset. Rotate and pull to remove.

Plug 2.5 mm headset into jack on side of handset (beneath small rubber cap)

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Press @PROG/CHAN to begin programming

Press <or>to display features one by one

Press Sto modify a displayed feature

To stop at any time, press O

Telephone Operation

Customizing your telephone

Follow the steps below to program the telephone. To stop at any time, press O. If the phone rings, programming stops automatically so you may answer the call.

Choose ringer sound (see note on next page)

1 Press @PROG/CHAN to begin programming.

2 Press >until screen displaysRINGER & setting.

3 Press Sto change current setting:

RINGER: 1

Default setting: 1

4Press >to display 1, 2, 3, 4, or OFF. You will hear a sample of each ringing type.

5 Press Sto select displayed ringing type and exit.

Set date and time

1 Press @PROG/CHAN to begin programming.

2 Press >until screen displaysDATE/TIME. 3 PressSto view or change date and time:

DATE/TIME

Default setting:

Monday, 12:00 am, 2000

01/01 12:00 AM

4 Press <or>to change month, then pressS. 5 Repeat Step 4 to set day, hour, minute, and AM/PM. 6 PressS to save selection and exit.

NOTE: You can choose to set the time manually, or you can allow it to be set automatically with incoming Caller ID information. The time will be set automatically only if you subscribe to Caller ID service provided by your local telephone company (see page 5).

Telephone Operation

Customizing your telephone

Choose dial mode

1 Press @PROG/CHAN to begin programming.

2 Press >until screen displaysDIAL MODE & setting. 3 PressSto change current setting:

DIAL MODE: TONE

Default setting: Tone

4 Press >to display TONE or PULSE.

5 Press Sto select displayed dial mode and exit.

Choose language

1 Press @PROG/CHAN to begin programming.

2 Press >until screen displaysLANGUAGE & setting.

3 Press Sto change current setting:

LANGUAGE: ENG.

Default setting: ENG

4 Press >to display ENG., FRA., or ESP.

5 Press Sto select displayed language and exit.

NOTE: Base ringer volume can be set by adjusting the switch on the side of the speakerphone base. This switch affects only speakerphone ringing volume; the handset volume remains unchanged.

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Telephone Operation

Making and answering calls

To preview numbers before dialing, enter numbers first, then press P to dial. Press<at any time to make corrections as you are entering numbers.

Speakerphone calls

To answer an incoming call, press @SPEAKER. To make a call, press@SPEAKER, then dial a number. Press@SPEAKER again to hang up.

Speed dialing & directory dialing

To use speed dialing, press @SPEAKER at the base, press@MEM, then enter theone-digitspeed-dialnumber you want to call. (See pages15-19to enter, edit or search for listings in your phone directory.)

12345678901

clear the redial memory and leave it blank.

To use the speakerphone, press @SPEAKER, then press@REDIAL on the base. The last number called will be dialed immediately. To delete the number from the redial memory, press and hold@REDIAL.

3-wayconference calls

During a call, you can use both the handset and base speakerphone to allow three-wayconversation.

Press Pat the handset to initiate a call. Someone else can press@SPEAKER at the base to join the conversation by using the speakerphone. Calls can be initiated either at the handset or at the base.

NOTE: PressingHat the handset or base will not place both handset and base calls on hold.

PAT JOHNSON *1-800-555-67898/12 10:06AM NEW 03

VOLUME

Telephone Operation

Options while on calls

Caller ID

If you have Caller ID service, the caller’s number will appear on the display screen after the first ring (see page 20 for additional Caller ID features and options).

Call waiting

If you have Call Waiting service, you will hear a beep if someone calls while you are already on a call. Press P (or press@FLASH at the base) to put your current call on hold and take the new call. You can press these buttons at any time to switch back and forth between calls.

Ring silencing

Press Owhile the phone is ringing to silence the ringer. You can answer the call, or let the caller leave a message.

Hold and mute

or at the base to place a call on to resume the call.

call, press @MUTE to silence Your caller will not be able to hear

you until you press @MUTE again to resume speaking.

To adjust listening volume

During a call you can press <to decrease or>to increase the listening volume.

If sound is unclear

If noise or static disrupts a call, press @PROG/CHAN to scan for a clearer radio channel between handset and base.

Temporary tone dialing

If you have dial pulse (rotary) service, you can switch to touch tone dialing during a call by pressing *. This can be useful if you need to send tone signals for access to answering systems orlong-distanceservices.

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Telephone Operation

Handset locator & intercom

Handset locator

If the handset is misplaced, press @HANDSET LOCATORon the base. The handset will beep for 60 seconds to help you find it. When the handset is found, press Oto stop the beeping (or press @HANDSET LOCATORon the base).

Intercom calls

The intercom feature allows conversation between the handset and base.

You can press @INTERCOM at the handset or the base to initiate an intercom call. If the call is initiated at the handset, the base will answer immediately. If the call is intiated at the base, you must press@INTERCOM at the handset to answer and begin talking.

When your intercom call is finished, press Oat the handset (or@INTERCOM at the base) to end the call.

If the phone rings during an intercom call, press Pat the handset (or@SPEAKER at the base) to terminate the intercom conversation and answer the incoming call.

Hold paging (for 3-wayconference calls)

During a speakerphone conversation, press @HOLD at the base to place your call on hold, then press@INTERCOM to page someone else at the handset.

The other person can then press Pand begin speaking to the caller. Press@SPEAKER at the base to rejoin the call forthree-wayconversation.

Handset:

50 Directory numbers

Speakerphone Base:

10 Speed Dial numbers

Directory Dialing

Directory dialing (handset)

The telephone directory in the handset can store up to 50 names and telephone numbers. Each entry can contain a number up to 24 digits, and a name up to 15 letters long. A convenient search feature can help you find and dial numbers quickly (see pages 16-19).

Speed dialing (base)

In addition to the phone directory, you can add up to 10 numbers you dial frequently into the Speed Dial memory in the base. These numbers can be dialed with three button presses (see next page).

Error tones

Base: If you pause for too long while entering a Speed Dial number an error tone may sound and you will have to begin again.

Handset: If all memory locations are in use, an error tone will sound when you press @PROG and@SEL to enter a number. This means the memory is full, and you will not be able to store a new number until you delete an existing one.

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Directory Dialing

Speed dialing (Mem+0-9)

 

Numbers called most frequently can be stored in memory

 

locations 0-9and dialed with only three button presses.

 

The base can store 10 Speed Dial numbers up to 24

 

digits long. Each number is stored in a one-digitmemo-

Speakerphone Base

ry location, and can be dialed by pressing @SPEAKER,

then @MEM followed by the memory location number

 

 

(0-9on the base dial pad).

 

To enter a Speed Dial number

 

1

Press @PROG to begin programming.

 

2

Press @MEM.

 

3

Press dial pad to choose memory location (0-9).

 

4

Enter a telephone number (up to 24 digits).

5Press @PROG to store the number. You will hear a confirmation tone.

To call a Speed Dial number

Press @SPEAKER, then@MEM, followed by the memory location number(0-9on the base dial pad). The number is dialed automatically.

To change a Speed Dial number

Follow steps 1-5above to replace an existing number with a new one in any memory location.

To delete a Speed Dial number

1 Press @PROG.

2 Press @MEM.

3 Press dial pad to choose memory location (0-9).

4Press @PROG to delete the number stored in this memory location. You will hear a confirmation tone, and the memory location will be cleared.

1 @PROG

DIRECTORY

2 S

ENTER NAME

3

PAT JOHNSON_

4 S

ENTER NUMBER

5

PAT JOHNSON 5556789_

6 S

DISTINCT RING? N 5556789

7 S

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Directory Dialing

Entering names into directory

To enter a name

Press dial pad buttons once for the first letter, twice for the second, three times for the third, as shown in the example below. To enter a number, continue pressing the button until the number appears.

Press once to enter “A”

Press twice to enter “B”

2Press 3 times to enter “C” Press4 times to enter “2”

The cursor moves to the right when you press another dial pad button or the >button. Press>twice to enter a space. When the name is complete, pressS.

Options while entering names:

Press <to erase letters if you make a mistake.

Press #repeatedly to enter an ampersand (&), apostrophe ('), comma (,) hyphen(-),period (.), or pound sign (#).

To enter a number

Use the dial pad to enter up to 24 digits. When the number is complete, press S.

Options while entering numbers:

Press <to erase numbers if you make a mistake.

Press @REDIAL/PAUSE to enter a4-seconddialing pause.

To assign a distinctive ring

Press >to select Y (yes) or N (no). If you choose Yes (and if you have Caller ID service), a different handset ringing style will alert you when this person calls.

Press Sto choose the option displayed (Y or N) and store this entry in the directory.

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