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USER’S MANUAL

 

 

Part 2

Digital Answering System with Caller ID/Call Waiting 1760

Please read Part 1 — Important Product Information, included in this package.

Para recibir este manual en español, por favor llame al 1 800 222-3111.

AT&T and the globe symbol are registered trademarks of AT&T Corp. licensed to Advanced American Telephones.

© 2000 Advanced American Telephones. All rights reserved.

Printed in Mexico. 850002718 Issue 1AT&T 5/00

BUTTONS AND SCREEN INDICATORS

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INSTALLATION.....................................

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About Softkeys ..........................................

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Table/Desk Installation..............................

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Wall Installation.........................................

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SET UP SYSTEM FEATURES ..................

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Feature Setup ............................................

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Set the Time and Date ...............................

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Answering System Feature Setup..............

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Caller ID Feature Setup...........................

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ANSWERING SYSTEM OPERATION ......

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Answering Calls ......................................

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Turning the System On and Off..............

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Volume Control.......................................

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Call Screening/Intercept .........................

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Announcement Bypass............................

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Listening to Your Messages .....................

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Deleting Messages...................................

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Recording a Memo..................................

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When Memory is Full..............................

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CONTENTS

ANSWERING SYSTEM OPERATION

 

From a Remote Touch Tone Phone

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Connect with the Answering System......

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Play Messages ..........................................

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Delete Messages ......................................

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Record Announcement ...........................

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Record a Memo.......................................

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Room Monitor with Intercom ................

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Ending the Remote Access Call...............

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Changing Remote Access Code ..............

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Turn System Off ......................................

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Turn System On ......................................

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Memory Full............................................

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CALLER ID OPERATION......................

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Call Waiting .............................................

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NEW CALL Light .....................................

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Reviewing Call History ...........................

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Removing Call Records from History .....

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Display Dial .............................................

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Making a Display Dial Call ......................

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Display Dial Options ...............................

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Display Messages.....................................

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IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY ....................

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BUTTONS AND SCREEN INDICATORS

 

Date of call

Time of call

Caller’s telephone

Caller’s name

number

Position of call in

 

call history

Softkey

New call in call

Indicates unreviewed

history

call information in

 

Softkey

call history

 

C

Adjust volume

 

 

c

Record a memo

Delete messages

Access system features

Indicates caller left message

Dial number displayed on screen

Turn system on or off

Play messages /

Stop message playback

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INSTALLATION

About Softkeys

This answering system has been designed with your convenience in mind, offering you many features which you can access using the two “softkeys” shown in the illustration on the previous page. By pressing the softkey below the word indicated on the display screen, you select that operation. Softkey words are always underlined in the display and in this manual.

Table/Desk Installation

TEL SET

TEL LINE

Telephone Line Cord

Modular

Telephone Jack

Strain Relief Tab

Standard Electrical

Outlet

Power Cord

Telephone Set Cord

1Connect the telephone. (Optional — if you do not want to connect a telephone, skip toStep 2. If you do not connect a telephone, you will be unable to use the Display Dial feature.)

Connect the line cord from your telephone to the jack labeled TEL SET on the back of the unit.

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2Connect the power cord.

Plug the smaller end of the power cord into the jack labeled POWER on the back of the answering system.

Flip out the bracket under the unit, and fit the power cord through the strain relief tab.

Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.

Use only the power cord supplied with this product. If you need a replacement, call 1 800 222–3111.

Input: 120V, 60 Hz Output: 9V AC, 400 mA

3Initialization.

As soon as you connect the power cord, the system runs a quick self-test.When the test is complete, the system enters an initial setup mode (this happens only the first time you plug in the unit). You can change the setup any time by pressingo(see SET UP SYSTEM FEATURES). The first feature setup you can change is the language for display messages.

4Select Display Language.

The current language selection is displayed in the center of the screen. Use the softkey to select an alternate language for display screen messages. It is pre-settoEnglish. SelectOK to acceptEnglish and move to storing the Home Area Code

— OR —

To change to Spanish, use the left softkey to select ESPANOL. Then selectSI whenESPANOL is displayed in the center of the screen underIdioma/Language.

5Store Home Area Code.

After you select a language for the display, you’ll need to program your Home Area Code into the unit so it can properly recognize and dial calls. Press Corcto enter the digits for your Home Area Code (see note). SelectNEXT to move to the next digit. SelectOK to save and move to setting the clock.

NOTE: This procedure for entering your Home Area Code applies to most users (those who simply dial the seven digits of a telephone number to make a local call). However, if you live in a region where you must dial 10 or 11 digits for calls within your Home Area Code, you must enter“000”instead of your Home Area Code instep 5.

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6Set the Clock.

The screen displays the time (the default setting is 12 AM). To correct the setting, useCorcto correct the hour, then selectNEXT to move to the minutes setting; repeat to selectAM orPM. SelectDONE when the correct time is displayed.

7Set the Date.

The screen displays the date (the default setting is 1/04/98). To correct the setting, useCorcto correct the month, then selectNEXT to move to the day and the year. SelectDONE when the correct date is displayed.

You must set the date for the answering system once so that the day announced with your messages is correct. This information is stored so that even when the time is lost because of a power failure, the time, date, and day will be set correctly with the first incoming call received after the power returns.

8Adjust Display Contrast.

You can adjust the contrast of the display to one of eight levels. Press Corcuntil the screen displays your desired setting. SelectOK to save.

9Set Dial Mode.

This product comes set for touch tone dialing; if you have touch tone dialing service, you do not need to set this feature. If you have pulse dialing service, you cannot dial numbers with the phone set to touch tone. The current selection is displayed. Select CHANGE to switch toPULSE (dial pulse/rotary), then use the softkey to selectOK.

10Record Outgoing Announcement.

When the screen displays Announcement, use the softkey to selectRECORD. Speak toward the unit in a normal tone of voice, without any background noise, to record the announcement callers will hear when the answering system answers a call. You can record an outgoing announcement up to three minutes long.

When you are finished recording, use the softkey to select STOP.

If you choose not to record an announcement, the system will play a pre-recordedannouncement for callers: “Hello. Please leave a message after the tone.

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Wall Installation

Telephone Set Cord

 

Standard

Telephone Line Cord

 

Electrical Outlet

Modular

 

Power Cord

Telephone Jack

 

 

#4 Round Screws

 

Wall Mount Template

1Choose a location near a modular telephone jack and a standard electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.

2Using a pencil and the template at the back of the manual, mark the wall where you want to mount the unit.

3Choose two #4 Round Head screws appropriate for your wall material (screws not

included). Screw in the screws until the heads are about 1/8” away from the wall.

4Position the unit over the screws and pull down until it is firmly in place. (Adjust the screws as necessary for a secure fit.)

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