AT&T 2820 User Manual

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CONTENTS

 

Table of Contents.................................................................................

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

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Main features....................................................................................

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Package contents .............................................................................

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Product Overview.................................................................................

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Handset with Touch Sensitive Keypad..............................................

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Base unit ..........................................................................................

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LCD display symbols........................................................................

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Touch phone use and handling ........................................................

6

Getting Started.....................................................................................

7

Connecting base unit AC adapter ....................................................

7

Handset battery pack .......................................................................

8

Activating and charging the handset battery pack............................

8

Low battery warning .........................................................................

9

Connecting phone line......................................................................

9

Attaching the belt clip .....................................................................

10

Basic Functions .................................................................................

10

Making and receiving calls .............................................................

10

Standby mode and sleep mode......................................................

12

Phonebook..........................................................................................

12

Storing phonebook record..............................................................

12

Deleting phonebook record ............................................................

13

Editing records ...............................................................................

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Calling stored numbers...................................................................

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Caller ID Display.................................................................................

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Viewing and calling Caller ID records.............................................

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Formatting Caller ID numbers ........................................................

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Saving Caller ID records to phonebook..........................................

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Deleting Caller ID record ................................................................

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Deleting all Caller ID records..........................................................

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Missed calls....................................................................................

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Voice Mail............................................................................................

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Programming voice mail access number........................................

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Message waiting.............................................................................

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Handset Settings................................................................................

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Using handset keys to enter text ....................................................

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Navigate handset menus................................................................

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Change display settings .................................................................

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Change ring and key tones.............................................................

23

Assigning a name to a handset ......................................................

24

Handset reception ..........................................................................

24

Reset ...................................................................................................

25

Default Settings..................................................................................

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Handset Special Features .................................................................

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Phone setup ...................................................................................

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Smart Key lock ...............................................................................

26

Auto answer....................................................................................

27

Clock and alarm settings ................................................................

27

Paging the handset.........................................................................

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Headset ..........................................................................................

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Multi-HandsetOperation ...................................................................

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Handset Registration......................................................................

29

Using the intercom function............................................................

30

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

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Troubleshooting .................................................................................

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

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Care and maintenance.......................................................................

38

Caring for your product...................................................................

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Specifications.....................................................................................

39

FCC Statement ...................................................................................

40

Declaration of conformity................................................................

40

Consumer information ....................................................................

40

Limited warranty .............................................................................

42

Procedure for warranty repair.........................................................

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for selecting the AT&T ID-2820Digital Cordless Telephone with Touch Sensitive Keypad. This stylish cordless phone provides the freedom to communicate from anywhere in your home. It has been designed to provide a clear and crisp calling experience and incorporates features that make phone company services like Caller ID, Call Waiting and Voice Mail easier to use.

Start using your AT&T ID-2820Cordless Phone quickly by reading the Getting Started section in the following pages. Be sure to charge the battery for a minimum of 15 hours prior to first use. This will insure a full battery charge and long battery life.

MAIN FEATURES

Touch Sensitive Keypad with Smart Key Lock

Multiple Handset Capability

60 Phonebook Records with Search and Edit Function

20 Last Number Redial Records

40 Incoming Caller ID Records

10 Polyphonic Melodies and 4 Traditional Ring Tones

Handset Speakerphone

Intercom / Call Transfer / Conference Call Capability

Mute / Redial Functions

Message Waiting / Missed Call Notification

Clock / Alarm Functions

Multiple Language Display

Standby Time - 120 hours

Talk Time - 5 hours

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PACKAGE CONTENTS

Make sure you have received the following items in the package. If any items are missing, contact the AT&T Customer Service Center at 800-667-2118.

One handset

One base unit

One rechargeable handset battery pack (pre-installedinside the handset)

One base unit AC power adapter

One base unit phone line cord

One handset belt clip

One user manual

One quick start guide

NOTE: Keep this manual handy as you use your new product. It contains practicalstep-by-stepinstructions, as well as technical specifications and warnings you should know.

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

HANDSET WITH TOUCH SENSITIVE KEYPAD

1.Receiver

2.LCD Display

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3.

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: volume control; view caller

 

 

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ID log; navigate menus and settings

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4.

 

: answer and dial calls

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5.

 

: view and dial previous calls

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1 - 9: enter numbers and characters

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7.

 

: enter numbers and special

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characters

 

 

 

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8.

 

: enter special characters

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9.

 

: answer call waiting call; delete

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text; exit submenu

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10.

 

: go to menu; enter setting;

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manual key lock.

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11. Microphone

 

 

12.Detachable belt clip

13.Headset jack

14.: end calls; exit to standby mode

15.: access Phonebook

16.: toggle betweenupper-caseandlower-caseletters when entering text ; conference calling

17. : dialpre-programmedvoice mail access number; mute handset

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BASE UNIT

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LCD DISPLAY SYMBOLS

1.Page: pages handset

2.Handset charging cradle

3.Blue indicator light: charging status and voice mail message waiting indicator

 

 

SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

 

Signal within range

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Lock activated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Handset ring silenced

 

 

 

 

Alarm set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lower-caseletters activated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voice mail message waiting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Battery full - icon does not flash

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOUCH PHONE USE AND HANDLING

The touch panel handset offers a new experience in telephone communication. This Touch Sensitive Keypad technology is very sensitive and may take a little time to get used to. To avoid accidental key contact while talking, first lift the handset to touch your ear, pause a brief moment, and then move the lower portion of the phone closer to your mouth.

The keypad will automatically disable when the receiver first touches your ear. This feature reduces the risk of accidental keypad activation while the phone is held against the side of your face.

To properly use your Touch phone, pick it up from the back and sides and cradle it in your hand. While talking, avoid touching the keypad area unnecessarily to prevent accidental triggering of the keypad.

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It is very easy to tell when the keypad is disabled, as the keypad backlight will be off.

To turn keypad backlight on and activate the keypad, touch any of the number keys, wait for the backlight to come on and then dial normally.

NOTE: If more than one key area is touched, the keypad may not activate.

During a call, the keypad will automatically disable and the backlight will turn off.When the backlight turns off and when you want to end the call, the

first key-pressof the

key will only wake up the

keypad, and a second press of the

key will be

required to terminate the call.

 

When dialing, hold your hand away from the LCD area as shown. Touching the LCD

display may trigger the automatic keypad

lock sensor and prevent you from dialing. If the keypad lock sensor is triggered, a small key will appear in the top left corner of the display.

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GETTING STARTED

CONNECTING BASE UNIT AC ADAPTER

Plug the AC Adapter cord into the base unit and then into the wall outlet. The electrical outlet should be located near the equipment.

USE ONLY CLASS 2 POWER SOURCE, Rated 6VDC, 400mA.

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HANDSET BATTERY PACK

The handset uses 1 NiMH 650 mAh 3.6V (AAA) rechargeable battery pack. The removable battery pack is already pre-installedin the handset for you.

NOTE: Before using the handset, and to prolong battery life, place the handset in the base handset cradle and charge for at least 15 hours.

WARNING: You must replace handset in charger base for periodic charging. Failure to keep the battery fully charged could result in decreased battery life. If the handset is removed from the base unit for long periods of time, remove the battery.

ACTIVATING AND CHARGING THE HANDSET BATTERY PACK

To activate and charge the handset battery pack:

1.Pull the battery contact tab out slowly and remove as shown.

2.Place the handset in the cradle of the base

unit.

3. The battery icon on the display will flash and the base indicator light will turn on to indicate the handset is charging.

4.Charge battery pack for at least 15 hours prior to first use.

5.When the battery is fully charged, the battery icon will stop flashing and will appear.

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LOW BATTERY WARNING

The battery icon indicates the battery status:

 

FULL

EMPTY

When the battery is low, there will be an audible signal and‘LOW BATTERY’ will appear on the screen.

Removing and replacing handset battery pack

After years of use, all NiMH rechargeable batteries loose the ability to hold a full charge and may need to be replaced. The handset uses 1 NiMH 650 mAh 3.6V (AAA) rechargeable battery pack. Only replace with an approved ID-2820battery pack available through AT&T. Contact the AT&T Customer Service Center at800-667-2118to order.

WARNING: There is a risk of explosion if the battery pack is replaced with an incorrect battery pack type. Dispose of the used battery pack according to your local waste management guidelines.

To install a replacement handset battery pack:

1.Remove the battery door cover on the telephone handset.

2.Insert the battery pack as shown.

3.Slide the cover back on so that it clicks firmly into place.

NOTE: Before using the handset and to prolong battery life, place the handset in the base handset cradle and charge for at least 15 hours.

CONNECTING PHONE LINE

Plug one end of the modular phone cord (provided) into the telephone wall jack. Plug the other end of the cord into the back of the base unit.

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