AT&T 210 User Manual

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USER’S MANUAL

Part 2

TRIMLINE®

Memory

Telephone 210

Please also read Part 1 —

Important Product Information.

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 China. 850005208 Issue 2AT&T 12/00

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TABLE/DESK INSTALLATION

This telephone includes a 7-footline cord with a modular plug on each end. Use this cord to connect the telephone to a modular jack.

1 Fill in directory card

Remove the directory card and write in your own telephone number. Also write the telephone numbers (or names) that you want to store in each memory location.

Reinstall the card and clear plastic cover.

2 Connect line cord to telephone

Plug the long line cord into the jack on the underside of the telephone base. Then feed the line cord through the channel provided so the telephone sits flat on your table or desk during use (Figure 1).

3 Connect line cord to wall jack

Plug free end of the line cord into a modular jack. Make sure it snaps firmly into place.

4 Set DIAL mode switch

This product comes set in the tone (TT) mode. Make sure

you choose the correct dialing method (TT orDP); touch tone dialing will not work if you have dial pulse service.

5Connect handset to base

Plug one end of the coiled handset cord into the handset, and the other end into the base. Then hang up.

6Check for dial tone

Lift the handset and listen for dial tone. If you cannot hear a dial tone, refer to “In Case of Difficulty” and try to correct the problem.

TO DISCONNECT the telephone, squeeze the clip on the modular plug and pull it out of the jack.

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WALL INSTALLATION

1Fill in directory card

Remove the directory card and write in your own telephone number. Also write the telephone numbers (or names) that you want to store in each memory location.

2Reverse handset tab

To install the telephone on a wall jack, you must reverse the small tab beneath the directory card. This tab holds the handset in place when you hang up.

Remove the directory card and plastic cover. Use a paper clip to lift and remove the handset tab. Reverse the tab and reinstall it as shown (Figure 1). Then replace the directory card and cover.

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3 Plug the line cord into the jack on the underside of the base. Feed the line cord into the channel and wind it around the mounting area. Feed the last portion (as short as possible), through one of the slots in the mounting area (Figure 2).

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4Install telephone base on wall jack

Hold the base up

next to the wall jack, and plug in the line cord (Figure 3). Then push the base against the wall jack and down until it is held securely by the mounting studs.

NOTE: If you cannot fit the base

onto the wall jack,

remove the four Figure 3 non-slippads.

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5Set DIAL mode switch

Refer to Step 4 in “Table/Desk Installation.”

6Connect handset to telephone

Connect one end of the coiled handset cord into the base. Plug the other end into the handset (Figure 4). Then hang up.

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7Check for dial tone

Lift the handset and listen for dial tone. If you cannot hear a dial tone, refer to “In Case of Difficulty” and try to correct the problem.

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OPERATION

Redial

This telephone stores in memory the last phone number dialed. However, if the phone is unplugged from the line jack for 30 minutes or more, redial memory will be lost.

The redial memory can accept numbers up to 31 digits long. The number will remain in memory until you change it by dialing another telephone number.

To dial the same number again, lift the handset, and press REDIAL .

NOTE: If the number is more than 31 digits long, no digits will be stored in the redial memory.

Erasing Redial

For privacy, you can erase the redial memory. Lift the handset, then press 1 and hang up.

Flash

Press FLASH instead of pressing the switchhook to activate custom calling services such as call waiting or3-waycalling.

You may have to press other buttons before or after FLASH as explained in custom calling instructions provided by your local telephone company.

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Mute

While on a call, press PROG/MUTE to mute the microphone. The other party cannot hear you, but you can hear the other party.

Press PROG/MUTE again to return totwo-wayconversation.

Ringer Volume

The RINGER volume switch allows you to turn the telephone ringer OFF, or set it to ring at LO or HI volume. You can dial or answer calls normally when the ringer is off. Other telephones in your home will still ring; they are not affected by the switch.

Select Ringer Tone

You can select from three different ringer tones. The phone comes set to Tone 2.

1Press PROG/MUTE.

2Press # .

3Press 3 for Tone 1

–OR–

Press 6 for Tone 2

–OR–

Press 9 for Tone 3.

4 PressPROG/MUTE to save your selection.

Receiver (Handset) Volume

The RECEIVER volume switch on the side of the handset can be adjusted for a comfortable listening level. The switch has three volume positions.

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Temporary Tone Dialing

Temporary tone dialing is used only when you have rotary service. It allows you access to services that require tone signaling, including some tone-activatedcomputer systems (e.g., telephone banking).

To change from pulse (rotary) to tone dialing during a call:

1Dial a telephone number with the DIAL switch set to DP (pulse).

2Press t; all buttons pressed after this will send tone signals.

3After you hang up, the phone automatically returns to rotary service.

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MEMORY DIALING

Memory Features

This telephone can store up to 13 different phone numbers, each up to 21 digits long. Numbers will remain stored in memory unless you erase or change them by entering other numbers.

NOTE: Numbers programmed into a memory location might not be retained if the telephone has been unplugged from the line jack for a half hour or more.

Directory Card: Remove the directory card. Write your telephone number in the space provided. Also write the telephone numbers (or names) that you want to store in each memory location. Reinstall the card and clear plastic cover.

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One-TouchDialing

Three numbers can be stored in one-touchmemory locations . You can dial these numbers by pressing one of the buttons marked with an emergency symbol (,or).

To program numbers into memory

1 Lift the

handset.

2 Press

PROG/MUTE .

3 Press the

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button

where the number is to be stored.

4Enter telephone number. You will hear a click when each button is pressed.

5Press PROG/MUTE

6Hang up after the number is entered correctly.

7Repeat Steps 1–6tostore another number.

To dial

1Listen for dial tone.

2Press the one-touchmemory button (,or).

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Speed Dialing

Ten telephone numbers can be stored in standard speed-dialinglocations. You can dial any of these numbers by pressing two buttons.

To program numbers into memory

1Lift the handset.

2Press PROG/MUTE.

3Press MEM .

4Enter a digit (0-9)for the memory location where the number is to be stored.

5Enter telephone number. You will hear a click when each button is pressed.

6Press PROG/MUTE.

7Hang up after the number is entered correctly.

8Repeat Steps 1–7tostore another number.

To dial

1Listen for dial tone.

2Press MEM .

3Press memory location (0-9).

Memory Erase

To erase any number from memory, you can enter another number in the same location.

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