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1 User's Manual for Tapeless Digital Answering System Telephone with Time / Day 1815 Fold open this manual for information about this telephone's installation and operation . Please read Part 1 — Important Product Information , included in this package . Part 2 © 1998 Lucent Technologies Consumer Products L.P . All rights reserved . Printed in Mexico . 848229571 Issue 2AT & T
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I N S T A L L A T I O N Battery Installation ( optional ) RING SELECT POWER Telephone Line Cord 3 Connect the handset to the telephone . FOR TABLE / DESK INSTALLATION Plug the coiled cord into the handset jack on the side of the phone . Plug the other end of the coiled cord into the 1 Install the batteries ( optional ) . handset , then hang up . • Turn the unit upside down . 4 Connect the line cord to a wall jack . • Push in on the two tabs at the large end of the base , and Plug the free end of the line cord into a telephone wall jack . lift the base off the unit . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place . • Push in on the two tabs on the battery compartment 5 Connect the power cord . door , and remove it . Use only the power cord supplied with your • Insert four AA batteries . Always use four new batteries . system . If you need a replacement cord , • Replace the battery compartment door . call 1 800 222 – 3111 . • Reattach the base by inserting the tabs into the slots . Push down on the large end of the base to lock it into Fit the power cord behind the strain relief tab . Then , plug the place . Make sure the larger end is toward the top of smaller end of the power cord into the POWER jack on the the telephone . The telephone should sit flat on your back of the system . Plug the power cord into an electrical table or desk during use . outlet that is not controlled by a light switch . ( When you NOTE : The batteries provide backup power , allowing you to make connect the system to power , the Message Window flashes calls in case of a power failure . When battery power is low , the CL to indicate you need to set the clock . See “ Setting the LOW BATTERY light goes on . Replace the batteries promptly . Clock ” in theAnswering System Operation section of this manual . ) 2 Connect the line cord to the telephone . Plug one end of the line cord into the jack labeled TEL LINE on the bottom of the telephone . Run the line cord through the channel on the bottom of the phone .
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I N S T A L L A T I O N Reverse the Handset Tab 1 2 3 PULL TABS TO OPEN PULL TABS TO OPEN PULL TABS TO OPEN Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 the tabs into the slots indicated . Push down on the large FOR WALL INSTALLATION end of the base to lock it into place ( Figure 2 ) . 6 Connect the line cord to the telephone . 1 Reverse the handset tab . Plug one end of the line cord into the jack labeled TEL ( This tab holds the handset when you hang up . ) Hold down LINE on the bottom of the phone ( Figure 3 ) . the switchhook , and slide the tab up and out of its slot . 7 Connect the line cord to the wall jack , and mount the Turn the tab so that the end with the “ hook ” is up . Then phone on the wall . insert the tab back into its slot . Plug the free end of the line cord into the modular wall 2 Remove the base . jack . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place . Place the Push in on the two tabs at the large end of the base , and lift phone on the wall jack mounting studs and pull down until the base off the unit . it is heldsecurely ( Figure 4 ) . 3 Install the batteries ( optional ) . 8 Connect the handset to the telephone . • Push in on the two tabs on the battery compartment Plug the coiled cord into the handset jack on the side of the door , and remove it . phone . Plug the other end of the coiled cord into the • Insert four AA batteries . Always use four new batteries . handset , then hang up . • Replace the battery compartment door . 9 Connect the power cord . Use only the power cord supplied with your NOTE : The batteries provide backup power , allowing you to make system . If you need a replacement cord , calls in case of a power failure . When battery power is low , the call 1 800 222 – 3111 . LOW BATTERY light goes on . Replace the batteries promptly . Plug the smaller end of the power cord into the POWER 4 Wrap the line cord around the posts on the inside of the jack on the back of the system . Plug the power cord into an base . Leave at least 3 inches free at each end of the line cord electrical outlet that is not controlled by a light switch . ( Figure 1 ) . ( When you connect the system to power , the Message 5 Attach the base . Window flashes CL to indicate you need to set the clock . Turn the base so that the larger end of the base is toward See “ Setting the Clock ” in the Answering System Opera - the bottom of the telephone . Attach the base by inserting tion section of this manual . )
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T E L E P H O N E O P E R A T I O N Dial Mode Mute This phone comes set to operate with touch tone service . If you Mute lets you hear the other party , but prevents the other party have dial pulse ( rotary ) service , you will need to reset the dial from hearing you . mode . If you hear clicks ( not tones ) when you dial , you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service . To mute a call , press and release m . The MUTE light goes on . To change to dial pulse mode : 1 Press and release G . To return to two - way conversation , press and release m . 2 Press # , # , # , 3 . Flash To change back to touch tone mode : Press and release F instead of pressing the switchhook to ac - 1 Press and release G . tivate services such as Call Waiting or Three - Way Calling . You 2 Press # , # , # , 8 . might have to press other buttons before or afteFr as explained in the custom calling instructions provided by your service pro - Ringer Volume vider . Use the RINGER switch located on the right side of the phone to turn the ringer OFF , or to set it to LO or HI volume . You can Temporary Tone make or answer calls when the ringer is off , and other phones on If you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service , this feature allows you to the same line are not affected by the setting . enter codes or tones needed to operate answering machines , or use electronic banking services , calling cards , and other special Handset Volume Control services . This feature will operate most special services ; how - While on a call , useV to adjust the listening level . Press the ever , some services may actually require a touch tone line . To be top arrow to increase volume . Press the bottom arrow to decrease sure , ask the company that provides the special service . volume . NOTE : If you have touch tone service , you do not need to use the Temporary Tone feature . Redial Press and release R to dial the last number you dialed ( up to 1 Dial the call , then press and release * ( TONE ) . Any 32 digits ) . The last number you dialed is stored in redial memory buttons pressed after this will send tone signals . until you dial another number . 2 After you hang up , the phone automatically returns to dial pulse ( rotary ) dialing . Hold To put a call on hold , press and release H . The HOLD light flashes . You can return the handset to the cradle without discon - necting the call . To take a call off hold , press and release H — OR — Lift the handset of this phone — OR — Lift the handset of another phone on the same line as this phone .
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T E L E P H O N E M E M O R Y Light is on when phone line is in use . When light goes on , battery needs to be replaced . Access telephone Store a pause in a subscriber services . memory dialing number . Put caller on Hold . ( Light goes on when Dial numbers in call is on Hold . ) telephone memory . Mute handset Store numbers in microphone . telephone memory . Redial last number called . Adjust listening volume Temporary Tone during a call . 3 Press and release Y . The telephone can store 9 telephone numbers , each up to 24 digits 4 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) where long . A number remains stored in memory unless you change it the number is to be stored . You cannot use 0 , # or * by storing a new number in its place . as memory locations . NOTE : You may choose to store emergency numbers in memory locations . This feature is provided only as a convenience and the Dialing Memory Numbers manufacturer assumes no responsibility for customer reliance upon 1 Lift the handset . the memory feature . 2 Press and release Y . 3 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) . Storing Memory Numbers 1 Press and release G . Storing Numbers Just Dialed 2 Enter a telephone number ( up to 24 digits ) . To store a 1 Press and release G . switchhook flash , press F in the appropriate 2 Press and release R . place while entering the number . To store a dialing 3 Press and release Y . pause , press p in the appropriate place while 4 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) where entering the number . the number is to be stored .
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A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N Select number of times line Set and hear rings before system answers Remote Access Code . ( RING SELECT on back ) . Use with other buttons to change settings . Displays number of messages and other indicators . Set and hear time / day . Turn system on or off . Record and hear outgoing announcement . Repeat all or part of a message . Play messages . Stop message playback . Delete all or selected messages . Skip all or part of a message . Adjust listening volume during message playback . Microphone Setting the Clock Recording Your Announcement You’ll need to set the clock so that it can record the day and time Before using this answering system , you should record the an - that each message is received . nouncement ( up to 3 minutes long ) that callers will hear when the system answers a call . If you choose not to record an announce - 1 Press and release g . The Message Window ment , the system answers with a prerecorded announcement : displays CH . “ Hello . Please leave a message after the tone . ” 2 Press and release C . The current day setting is announced . 1 Press and release g . The Message Window 3 To change the day setting , hold down / or displays CH . ? until the correct day is announced . Then 2 Press and release A . The system beeps . Speak release the button . toward the microphone normally , from about 9 inches 4 Press and release C . The current hour setting is away . While you are recording , the Message Window announced . displays the elapsed time of your recording . 5 To change the hour setting , hold down / or 3 Press S when you are finished . The system ? until the correct hour is announced . Then automatically plays back your announcement . release the button . 6 Press and release C . The current minutes setting is To review your announcement , press and release A . announced . 7 To change the minutes setting , hold down / or Turning the System On / Off ? until the correct minutes setting is Use O to turn the system on and off . When the system is off , announced . Then release the button . the Message Window is blank . 8 Press and release C . The new day and time are announced . Volume Control Use V to adjust the volume of the systems ’ speaker . Press the top To check the clock , press and release C . arrow to increase volume . Press the bottom arrow to decrease volume .
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A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N Repeat entire message — Press and release ? . Answering Calls Repeat part of message — Hold down ? for a When the system answers a call , the caller hears the announce - few seconds , then release it to resume playing . The ment you recorded , followed by a beep . After the beep , the system beeps while the button is held down . system begins recording your callers ’ message . A caller can leave Skip to next message — Press and release / . a message up to 3 minutes long . If the message is longer than 3 Skip part of a message — Hold down / for a minutes , or if the caller is silent for more than 7 seconds , or if the few seconds , then release it to resume playing . The system runs out of memory , the system beeps once and hangs up . system beeps while the button is held down . Stop message playback — Press and release S . Frequent callers can skip over your announcement by pressing # . Privacy Playback Ring Select / Toll Saver Instead of hearing your messages through the systems ’ speaker , Use the RING SELECT switch on the back of the system to you can listen to them through the answering system handset . select how many times the line will ring before the system answers a call . Set to2 for two rings , set to4 for four rings , or set 1 Hold down S while you lift the handset . to TS for Toll Saver . When you set the system toTS , the system 2 Press and release P to play all messages answers after 4 rings when you have no new messages , and after 2 — OR — rings when you have new messages . Hold down P for about 2 seconds to play new messages only . Message Window 3 After pressing P , you can follow the directions The Message Window displays the number of messages that have above to repeat , skip , or stop message playback . been recorded . If the Message Window displays F , then the memory is full and you’ll need to delete messages before new NOTE : Privacy Playback will not work if you have answered a ones can be recorded . call , or if you lift the handset and place a call before pressingP . PLAY Light Saving Messages The PLAY Light blinks when you have new messages , and The system saves your messages automatically if you do not remains steady when you have messages in memory that you’ve delete them . The system can save about 12 minutes of messages , already played . The PLAY Light is off when there are no including your announcement , for up to a total of 99 messages . messages in memory . When memory is full , you must delete some or all messages before new messages can be recorded . Call Screening / Intercept Set the system to answer calls , and set the volume control so you Deleting Messages can hear the callers ’ message . Delete all messages — Hold down D . The system announces “ Messages deleted ” and the Message Window If you decide to take the call , lift the handset of this phone or any displays 0 . If you havent ’ listened to all of the messages , phone on the same line . The system stops recording and resets to the system beeps 5 times , and does not delete messages . answer calls . Delete selected messages — Press and release D while the message you want to delete is being played . The system beeps once , and continues with the next Listening to Your Messages message . If you want to check a message before you As the system plays back messages , the Message Window delete it , you can press ? to replay a message displays the number of the message playing . Before playing each before deleting it . message , the system announces the day and time the message was received . After playing the last message , the system announces When the system reaches the end of the last message , the “ End of messages . ” messages not deleted are renumbered , and the Message Window displays the total number of messages remaining Play all messages — Press and release P . If you in memory . have no messages , the system announces N “ o messages . ” Play new messages only — Hold down P for about 2 seconds , until the system begins playing . If you have no new messages , the system announces “ No new messages . ”
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A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N You can change the Remote Access Code to any 3 - digit number Recording a Memo from 500 - 999 . You can record a memo to be stored as an incoming message . 1 Press and release g . The Message Window The memo can be up to 3 minutes long , and will be played back displays CH . with other messages . 2 Press and release c . The system announces “ First 1 Press and release M . After the beep , speak digit . ” toward the microphone . 3 Press / or ? to change the digit . 2 To stop recording , press S . 4 When the Message Window displays the desired first digit , press and release c . The system announces When Memory is Full “ Second digit . ” The system can record approximately 12 minutes of messages , 5 Press / or ? to change the digit . including your announcement , for up to a total of 99 messages . 6 When the Message Window displays the desired When memory is full , or 99 messages have been recorded , the second digit , press and release c . The system Message Window flashes F . Delete messages to make room for announces “ Third digit . ” new ones . 7 Press / or ? to change the digit . 8 When the Message Window displays the desired third When memory is full , the system answers calls after 10 rings , and digit , press and release c . The system announces sounds 2 beeps instead of playing your announcement . the new Remote Access Code . Remote Access Code You can use many features of this answering system remotely from a touch tone phone . Most features can be accessed only after you enter a Remote Access Code , preset to 500 . You can view the Remote Access Code by tapping c .
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A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N From a Remote Touch Tone Phone Playing Messages Room Monitor with Intercom 1 Dial your telephone number from a touch tone phone . You can call the answering system and listen to any activity in the 2 When the system answers , enter your Remote Access room . Code . The system announces the number of messages 1 Press 9 , 1 to listen for 30 seconds . received , then beeps twice . 2 If you wish , you can press 1 while the monitor is 3 After the two beeps , wait 4 seconds , and the system active to speak to someone in the room ( up to 30 plays back messages seconds ) . — OR — 3 Press 1 again during intercom operation to return to Press and release 1 to play all messages listening only . — OR — 4 Press 5 at any time to exit Room Monitor with Press and release 2 to play only new messages ( if Intercom . there are no new messages , the system announces “ No new messages ” ) . Ending Remote Access Call 4 To repeat a message — Press and release 4 while the Press * , 9 . The system announces “ The machine will now hang message is playing . up , ” and disconnects from the line . To repeat part of a message — Hold down 4 . To resume playing , release 4 . Changing Remote Access Code 1 Press 9 9 . The system announces “ Enter new code . ” To skip a message — Press and release 6 while the 2 Enter your new Remote Access Code , any number message is playing . between 500 and 999 . To skip part of a message — Hold down 6 . To 3 If a valid code is entered , the system announces the resume playing , release 6 . new Remote Access Code . If an invalid code is entered , the system beeps 5 times rapidly , then beeps To stop message playback — Press and release 5 . twice . Repeat Steps 1 and 2 . To save messages , hang up . Turn System Off Deleting Messages Press 8 , 8 . To delete selected message — Press and release 3 while the message is playing . Turn System On To delete all messages — After you have listened to all When the system is off , it answers after 10 rings and beeps twice . messages and heard the 2 beeps , press 3 , 3 . 1 Press 0 to turn the system on . 2 The system beeps twice and is ready to answer calls Recording Announcement and record messages . If the system beeps 5 times , the memory is full . 1 Press 7 , * . 2 Speak after the beep , then press 5 to stop recording . The system replays your new announcement . Memory Full If the system answers after 10 rings and beeps twice instead of To review your announcement — Press 7 , 1 . playing your announcement , it might be off or memory might be full . Recording a Memo 1 Enter Remote Access Code after 2 - beep signal . 2 Listen to messages , and delete some or all of them . 1 Press # and begin speaking after the beep . 3 Press 0 to make sure your system is on before you 2 Press 5 when you are finished . hang up .
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I N C A S E O F D I F F I C U LT Y If this answering system does not work properly , try the Messages Are Incomplete following suggestions . If you’re still having difficulty , call • The system can accept messages up to 3 minutes long . 1 800 222 – 3111 . If a caller leaves a very long message , part of it might be lost when the system disconnects the call after No Dial Tone 3 minutes . • Make sure all plugs are connected properly . Check the • If the caller pauses for more than 7 seconds , the system line cord connections at the wall jack and at the stops recording and disconnects the call . telephone . Also check the coiled cord connections at • If the systems ’ memory fills up during a message , the both ends . system stops recording and disconnects the call . • Unplug the telephone and connect it to another wall jack . If you still have no dial tone , the problem is with System Does Not Answer your phone line . After Correct Number of Rings • If the system is not connected to AC power and • If the Toll Saver feature is in operation , the number of batteries are not installed , you will not hear a dial tone . rings changes from four to two when you have new messages waiting . Call Cannot Be Dialed , or Is Dialed Slowly • In some cases , the system might be affected by the If you have pulse dialing service , you cannot dial numbers with ringing system used by the local telephone company . the dial mode set to tone . See the TELEPHONE OPERATION • If the systems ’ memory is full , or the system is off , the section of this manual to set the dial mode . Set the mode to pulse , system answers after 10 rings . then hang up and dial again . System Does Not Respond to Remote Commands If you have tone dialing service , you may be able to use either • Make sure you are calling from a touch tone phone . tone or pulse dialing mode . If you set the mode to tone , numbers When you dial a number , you should hear tones . If you are dialed much more quickly . hear clicks instead , the phone is not a touch tone telephone . Problems with Message Window or Indicator Lights • The answering system may not detect the Remote • PressO to make sure the system is on . Access Code while your announcement is playing . Try • Make sure all plugs are connected properly . Check the waiting until the announcement is over before entering line cord connections at the wall jack and at the the code . telephone . Make sure the power cord is securely • There may be noise interference on the phone line you connected to both the answering system and an are using . Press dial buttons firmly . electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch . • Make sure you are entering your Remote Access Code correctly . Use only the power cord supplied with this product . • You might be calling from a phone that sends tones too For a replacement , contact 1 800 222 – 3111 . short for your answering system to detect . Telephone Does Not Ring Power Failure • Make sure the RINGER switch is set in theLO or HI • If you have installed batteries , you will be able to make position . calls in the event of a power failure . • If there are several other telephones on the same line , • If the system is disconnected from AC power try disconnecting some of the other telephones . answering system features will not operate . Your Having too many telephones connected can create announcement and messages are retained in memory problems such as low ringer volume , or impaired during a power failure , but you will need to reset the sound quality during calls . clock . • The system operates in dial pulse mode during a power LOW BATTERY Light Is On failure , but returns to whatever dial mode setting you have selected when power is returned . • Make sure the batteries are correctly installed . • If the light stays on , replace the batteries with 4 new ones .
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REMOTE COMMAND PRESS REMOTE COMMAND PRESS Play all messages 1 Play all messages 1 Play only new messages 2 Play only new messages 2 Repeat message 4 while message is playing Repeat message 4 while message is playing Skip message 6 while message is playing Skip message 6 while message is playing Delete all messages 3 , 3 Delete all messages 3 , 3 Delete selected message 3 while message is playing Delete selected message 3 while message is playing Record announcement 7 , * , speak , press 5 to stop . Record announcement 7 , * , speak , press 5 to stop . Review announcement 7 , 1 Review announcement 7 , 1 Record memo # , speak , press 5 to stop . Record memo # , speak , press 5 to stop . Room monitor 9 , 1 Room monitor 9 , 1 Stop 5 Stop 5 End remote access call * , 9 End remote access call * , 9 Change Remote Access Code 9 , 9 Change Remote Access Code 9 , 9 Turn system off 8 , 8 Turn system off 8 , 8 Turn system on 0 Turn system on 0
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I N S T A L L A T I O N I N S T A L L A T I O N I N C A SE O F D I F F I C ULT Y If this answering system does not work properl y , try the Messages Are Incomplete Reverse the Handset Tab Battery Installation ( optional ) following suggestions . If you’re still having di fficulty , call • The system can accept messages up to 3 minutes long . 1 800 222 – 3111 . If a caller leaves a very long message , part of it might be lost when the system disconnects the call after No Dial Tone 3 minutes . • If the caller pauses for more than 7 seconds , the system • Make sure all plugs are connected properly . Check the stops recording and disconnects the call . line cord connections at the wall jack and at the RING SELECT • If the system ’ s memory fills up during a message , the telephone . Also check the coiled cord connections at 1 2 3 system stops recording and disconnects the call . both ends . • Unplug the telephone and connect it to another wall jack . If you still have no dial tone , the problem is with System Does Not Answer your phone line . After Correct Number of Rings PULL TABS TO OPEN PULL TABS TO OPEN • If the system is not connected to AC power and PULL TABS TO OPEN • If the Toll Saver feature is in operation , the number of batteries are not installed , you will not hear a dial tone . rings changes from four to two when you have new messages waiting . Call Cannot Be Dialed , or Is Dialed Slowly • In some cases , the system might be affected by the If you have pulse dialing service , you cannot dial numbers with ringing system used by the local telephone company . the dial mode set to tone . See th e TELEPHONE OPERATION • If the system ’ s memory is full , or the system is off , the section of this manual to set the dial mode . Set the mode to pulse , system answers after 10 rings . then hang up and dial again . POWER Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 System Does Not Respond to Remote Commands If you have tone dialing service , you may be able to use either Telephone Line Cord • Make sure you are calling from a touch tone phone . tone or pulse dialing mode . If you set the mode to tone , numbers When you dial a number , you should hear tones . If you are dialed much more quickly . hear clicks instead , the phone is not a touch tone telephone . Problems with Message Window or Indicator Lights • The answering system may not detect the Remote • Press O to make sure the system is on . Access Code while your announcement is playing . Try 3 Connect the handset to the telephone . the tabs into the slots indicated . Push down on the large FOR TABLE / DESK INSTALLATION FOR WALL INSTALLATION • Make sure all plugs are connected properly . Check the waiting until the announcement is over before entering Plug the coiled cord into the handset jack on the side of end of the base to lock it into place ( Figure 2 ) . line cord connections at the wall jack and at the the code . the phone . Plug the other end of the coiled cord into the 6 Connect the line cord to the telephone . 1 Install the batteries ( optional ) . 1 Reverse the handset tab . telephone . Make sure the power cord is securely • There may be noise interference on the phone line you handset , then hang up . Plug one end of the line cord into the jack labeled TEL • Turn the unit upside down . ( This tab holds the handset when you hang up . ) Hold down connected to both the answering system and an are using . Press dial buttons firmly . 4 Connect the line cord to a wall jack . LINE on the bottom of the phone ( Figure 3 ) . • Push in on the two tabs at the large end of the base , and the switchhook , and slide the tab up and out of its slot . electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch . • Make sure you are entering your Remote Access Code Plug the free end of the line cord into a telephone wall jack . 7 Connect the line cord to the wall jack , and mount the lift the base off the unit . Turn the tab so that the end with the “ hook ” is up . Then correctly . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place . phone on the wall . • Push in on the two tabs on the battery compartment insert the tab back into its slot . Use only the power cord supplied with this product . • You might be calling from a phone that sends tones too 5 Connect the power cord . Plug the free end of the line cord into the modular wall door , and remove it . 2 Remove the base . For a replacement , contact 1 800 222 – 3111 . short for your answering system to detect . jack . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place . Place the Use only the power cord supplied with your • Insert four AA batteries . Always use four new batteries . Push in on the two tabs at the large end of the base , and lift phone on the wall jack mounting studs and pull down until system . If you need a replacement cord , • Replace the battery compartment door . the base off the unit . Telephone Does Not Ring Power Failure it is heldsecurely ( Figure 4 ) . call 1 800 222 – 3111 . • Reattach the base by inserting the tabs into the slots . 3 Install the batteries ( optional ) . • Make sure the RINGER switch is set in the LO or HI 8 Connect the handset to the telephone . • If you have installed batteries , you will be able to make Push down on the large end of the base to lock it into • Push in on the two tabs on the battery compartment position . Plug the coiled cord into the handset jack on the side of the Fit the power cord behind the strain relief tab . Then , plug the calls in the event of a power failure . place . Make sure the larger end is toward the top of door , and remove it . • If there are several other telephones on the same line , phone . Plug the other end of the coiled cord into the smaller end of the power cord into the POWER jack on the • If the system is disconnected from AC power the telephone . The telephone should sit flat on your • Insert four AA batteries . Always use four new batteries . try disconnecting some of the other telephones . handset , then hang up . back of the system . Plug the power cord into an electrical answering system features will not operate . Your table or desk during use . • Replace the battery compartment door . Having too many telephones connected can create 9 Connect the power cord . outlet that is not controlled by a light switch . ( When you announcement and messages are retained in memory NOTE : The batteries provide backup power , allowing you to make problems such as low ringer volume , or impaired connect the system to power , the Message Window flashes during a power failure , but you will need to reset the Use only the power cord supplied with your NOTE : The batteries provide backup power , allowing you to make calls in case of a power failu re . When battery power is lo w , the sound quality during calls . CL to indicate you need to set the clock . See “ Setting the clock . system . If you need a replacement cord , calls in case of a power failu re . When battery power is lo w , the LOW BATTERY light goes on . Replace the batteries promptly . Clock ” in th eAnswering System Operation section of this • The system operates in dial pulse mode during a power call 1 800 222 – 3111 . LOW BATTERY light goes on . Replace the batteries promptly . LOW BATTERY Light Is On manual . ) failure , but returns to whatever dial mode setting you Plug the smaller end of the power cord into the POWER 2 Connect the line cord to the telephone . have selected when power is returned . • Make sure the batteries are correctly installed . 4 Wrap the line cord around the posts on the inside of the jack on the back of the system . Plug the power cord into an Plug one end of the line cord into the jack labeled TEL • If the light stays on , replace the batteries with 4 new ones . base . Leave at least 3 inches free at each end of the line cord electrical outlet that is not controlled by a light switch . LINE on the bottom of the telephone . Run the line cord ( Figure 1 ) . ( When you connect the system to power , the Message through the channel on the bottom of the phone . 5 Attach the base . Window flashes CL to indicate you need to set the clock . Turn the base so that the larger end of the base is toward See “ Setting the Clock ” in th e Answering System Opera - the bottom of the telephone . Attach the base by inserting tion section of this manual . ) 1 User's Manual for Tapeless Digital Answering System Telephone with Time / Day 1815 Fold open this manual for information about this telephone's installation and operation . Please read Part 1 — Important Product Information , included in this package . Part 2 © 1998 Lucent Technologies Consumer Products L.P . All rights reserved . Printed in Mexico . 848229571 Issue 2AT & T 1 1815 map_2ATT M
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A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N T E L E P H O N E O P E R A T I O N T E L E P H O N E M E M O R Y Select number of times line Dial Mode Mute Set and hear Light is on when rings before system answers Remote Access Code . phone line is in use . ( RING SELECT on back ) . This phone comes set to operate with touch tone service . If you Mute lets you hear the other part y , but prevents the other party have dial pulse ( rotary ) service , you will need to reset the dial from hearing you . When light goes on , battery needs to be mode . If you hear clicks ( not tones ) when you dial , you have dial Use with other buttons to change settings . Displays number of messages replaced . pulse ( rotary ) service . To mute a call , press and release m . The MUTE light and other indicators . Set and hear time / day . goes on . To change to dial pulse mode : Turn system on or off . Record and hear outgoing announcement . 1 Press and release G . To return to two - way conversation , press and release m . 2 Press # , # , # , 3 . Repeat all or part of a message . Access telephone Store a pause in a Play messages . subscriber services . Flash memory dialing To change back to touch tone mode : Stop message playback . Press and release F instead of pressing the switchhook to ac - number . 1 Press and release G . Put caller on Hold . tivate services such as Call Waiting or Three - Way Calling . You Delete all or selected messages . 2 Press # , # , # , 8 . ( Light goes on when might have to press other buttons before or afterF as explained Dial numbers in call is on Hold . ) in the custom calling instructions provided by your service pro - telephone memory . Ringer Volume vider . Mute handset Use the RINGER switch located on the right side of the phone to Store numbers in Skip all or part of a message . microphone . telephone memory . turn the ringer OFF , or to set it t o LO or HI volume . You can Temporary Tone make or answer calls when the ringer is off , and other phones on If you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service , this feature allows you to the same line are not affected by the setting . Redial last enter codes or tones needed to operate answering machines , or number called . use electronic banking services , calling cards , and other special Adjust listening volume Handset Volume Control services . This feature will operate most special services ; how - Adjust listening volume Temporary Tone during message playback . ever , some services may actually require a touch tone line . To be While on a call , useV to adjust the listening level . Press the during a call . Microphone sure , ask the company that provides the special service . top arrow to increase volume . Press the bottom arrow to decrease volume . NOTE : If you have touch tone service , you do not need to use the Temporary Tone feature . Redial 3 Press and release Y . The telephone can store 9 telephone numbers , each up to 24 digits Setting the Clock Recording Your Announcement Press and release R to dial the last number you dialed ( up to 4 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) where long . A number remains stored in memory unless you change it 1 Dial the call , then press and release * ( TONE ) . Any You’ll need to set the clock so that it can record the day and time Before using this answering system , you should record the an - 32 digits ) . The last number you dialed is stored in redial memory the number is to be stored . You cannot use 0 , # or * by storing a new number in its place . buttons pressed after this will send tone signals . that each message is received . nouncement ( up to 3 minutes long ) that callers will hear when the until you dial another number . as memory locations . 2 After you hang up , the phone automatically returns to system answers a call . If you choose not to record an announce - NOTE : You may choose to store emergency numbers in memory dial pulse ( rotary ) dialing . ment , the system answers with a prerecorded announcement : 1 Press and release g . The Message Window locations . This feature is provided only as a convenience and the Hold Dialing Memory Numbers “ Hello . Please leave a message after the tone . ” displays CH . manufacturer assumes noresponsibility for customerreliance upon 2 Press and release C . The current day setting is To put a call on hold , press and release H . The HOLD light 1 Lift the handset . the memory feature . announced . 1 Press and release g . The Message Window flashes . You can return the handset to the cradle without discon - 2 Press and release Y . 3 To change the day setting , hold down / or displays CH . necting the call . 3 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) . Storing Memory Numbers ? until the correct day is announced . Then 2 Press and release A . The system beeps . Speak release the button . toward the microphone normally , from about 9 inches To take a call off hold , press and release H 1 Press and release G . Storing Numbers Just Dialed 4 Press and release C . The current hour setting is away . While you are recording , the Message Window — OR — 2 Enter a telephone number ( up to 24 digits ) . To store a 1 Press and release G . announced . displays the elapsed time of your recording . Lift the handset of this phone switchhook flash , press F in the appropriate 2 Press and release R . 5 To change the hour setting , hold down / or 3 Press S when you are finished . The system — OR — place while entering the number . To store a dialing 3 Press and release Y . ? until the correct hour is announced . Then automatically plays back your announcement . Lift the handset of another phone on the same line as this pause , press p in the appropriate place while 4 Press and release the memory location ( 1 to 9 ) where release the button . phone . entering the number . the number is to be stored . 6 Press and release C . The current minutes setting is To review your announcement , press and release A . announced . 7 To change the minutes setting , hold down / or Turning the System On / Off ? until the correct minutes setting is Use O to turn the system on and off . When the system is off , announced . Then release the button . the Message Window is blank . 8 Press and release C . The new day and time are announced . Volume Control Use V to adjust the volume of the system ’ s speaker . Press the top To check the clock , press and release C . arrow to increase volume . Press the bottom arrow to decrease volume . A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N A N S W E R I N G S Y S T E M O P E R AT I O N From a Remote Touch Tone Phone Repeat entire message — Press and release ? . You can change the Remot e Access Code to any 3 - digit number Recording a Memo Playing Messages Answering Calls Room Monitor with Intercom Repeat part of message — Hold dow n ? for a from 500 - 999 . When the system answers a call , the caller hears the announce - You can record a memo to be stored as an incoming message . 1 Dial your telephone number from a touch tone phone . You can call the answering system and listen to any activity in the few seconds , then release it to resume playing . The 1 Press and release g . The Message Window ment you recorded , followed by a beep . After the beep , the The memo can be up to 3 minutes long , and will be played back 2 When the system answers , enter your Remote Access room . system beeps while the button is held down . displays CH . system begins recording your caller ’ s message . A caller can leave with other messages . Code . The system announces the number of messages 1 Press 9 , 1 to listen for 30 seconds . Skip to next message — Press and release / . 2 Press and release c . The system announces “ First a message up to 3 minutes long . If the message is longer than 3 1 Press and release M . After the beep , speak received , then beeps twice . 2 If you wish , you can press 1 while the monitor is Skip part of a message — Hold dow n / for a digit . ” minutes , or if the caller is silent for more than 7 seconds , or if the toward the microphone . 3 After the two beeps , wait 4 seconds , and the system active to speak to someone in the room ( up to 30 few seconds , then release it to resume playing . The 3 Press / or ? to change the digit . system runs out of memory , the system beeps once and hangs up . 2 To stop recording , press S . plays back messages seconds ) . system beeps while the button is held down . 4 When the Message Window displays the desired first — OR — 3 Press 1 again during intercom operation to return to Stop message playback — Press and releas e S . digit , press and release c . The system announces Frequent callers can skip over your announcement by pressing # . Press and release 1 to play all messages listening only . When Memory is Full “ Second digit . ” — OR — 4 Press 5 at any time to exit Room Monitor with The system can record approximately 12 minutes of messages , 5 Press / or ? to change the digit . Privacy Playback Press and release 2 to play only new messages ( if Intercom . Ring Select / Toll Saver including your announcement , for up to a total of 99 messages . 6 When the Message Window displays the desired there are no new messages , the system announces “ No Instead of hearing your messages through the system ’ s speaker , When memory is full , or 99 messages have been recorded , the Use th e RING SELECT switch on the back of the system to second digit , press and release c . The system new messages ” ) . you can listen to them through the answering system handset . Message Window flashes F . Delete messages to make room for select how many times the line will ring before the system Ending Remote Access Call announces “ Third digit . ” 4 To repeat a message — Press and releas e 4 while the new ones . answers a call . Set to 2 for two rings , set to4 for four rings , or set Press * , 9 . The system announces “ The machine will now hang 7 Press / or ? to change the digit . message is playing . 1 Hold down S while you lift the handset . to TS for Toll Saver . When you set the system toTS , the system up , ” and disconnects from the line . 8 When the Message Window displays the desired third To repeat part of a message — Hold dow n 4 . To 2 Press and release P to play all messages When memory is full , the system answers calls after 10 rings , and answers after 4 rings when you have no new messages , and after 2 digit , press and release c . The system announces resume playing , release 4 . — OR — sounds 2 beeps instead of playing your announcement . rings when you have new messages . the new Remote Access Code . Changing Remote Access Code Hold down P for about 2 seconds to play new 1 Press 9 9 . The system announces “ Enter new code . ” To skip a message — Press and releas e 6 while the messages only . Message Window Remote Access Code 2 Enter your new Remote Access Code , any number message is playing . 3 After pressing P , you can follow the directions The Message Window displays the number of messages that have You can use many features of this answering system remotely from between 500 and 999 . To skip part of a message — Hold dow n 6 . To above to repeat , skip , or stop message playback . been recorded . If the Messag e Window display s F , then the a touch tone phone . Most features can be accessed only after you 3 If a valid code is entered , the system announces the resume playing , release 6 . memory is full and you’ll need to delete messages before new enter a Remot e Access Code , preset to 500 . You can view the new Remote Access Code . If an invalid code is NOTE : Privacy Playback will not work if you have answe red a ones can be recorded . Remote Access Code by tapping c . entered , the system beeps 5 times rapidly , then beeps To stop message playback — Press and releas e 5 . call , or if you lift the handset and place a call before pressing P . twice . Repeat Steps 1 and 2 . To save messages , hang up . PLAY Light Saving Messages The PL AY Light blinks when you have new messages , and Turn System Off The system saves your messages automatically if you do not remains steady when you have messages in memory that you’ve Deleting Messages Press 8 , 8 . delete them . The system can save about 12 minutes of messages , already played . The PL AY Light is o ff when there are no including your announcement , for up to a total of 99 messages . To delete selected message — Press and releas e 3 while messages in memory . When memory is full , you must delete some or all messages the message is playing . Turn System On before new messages can be recorded . To delete all messages — After you have listened to all When the system is off , it answers after 10 rings and beeps twice . messages and heard the 2 beeps , press 3 , 3 . Call Screening / Intercept 1 Press 0 to turn the system on . Set the system to answer calls , and set the volume control so you Deleting Messages 2 The system beeps twice and is ready to answer calls can hear the caller ’ s message . Recording Announcement and record messages . If the system beeps 5 times , the Delete all messages — Hold dow n D . The system memory is full . announces “ Messages deleted ” and the Messag e Window 1 Press 7 , * . If you decide to take the call , lift the handset of this phone or any displays 0 . If you haven ’ t listened to all of the messages , 2 Speak after the beep , then press 5 to stop recording . phone on the same line . The system stops recording and resets to the system beeps 5 times , and does not delete messages . The system replays your new announcement . Memory Full answer calls . Delete selected messages — Press and releas e D If the system answers after 10 rings and beeps twice instead of while the message you want to delete is being played . To review your announcement — Pres s 7 , 1 . playing your announcement , it might be off or memory might be The system beeps once , and continues with the next Listening to Your Messages full . message . If you want to check a message before you As the system plays back messages , the Messag e Window Recording a Memo 1 Enter Remote Access Code after 2 - beep signal . delete it , you can press ? to replay a message displays the number of the message playing . Before playing each 2 Listen to messages , and delete some or all of them . 1 Press # and begin speaking after the beep . before deleting it . message , the system announces the day and time the message was 3 Press 0 to make sure your system is on before you 2 Press 5 when you are finished . received . After playing the last message , the system announces hang up . When the system reaches the end of the last message , the “ End of messages . ” messages not deleted are renumbered , and the Message Window displays the total number of messages remaining Play all messages — Press and releas e P . If you in memory . have no messages , the system announces N “ o messages . ” Play new messages only — Hold dow n P for about 2 seconds , until the system begins playing . If you have no new messages , the system announces “ No new messages . ” 1815 map_2ATT 2 3 / 23 / 99 , 10 : 19 A M
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