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USER’S MANUAL Part 2 Two - Line Speakerphone 982 Please also read Part 1 — Important Product Information © 2004 Advanced American Telephones . All Rights Reserved . AT & T and the Globe Design are trademarks of AT & T Corp . , licensed to Advanced American Telephones .
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CONTENTS Switch Between Lines PRODUCT OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 NTENTS During a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 BEFOREYOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Mute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Flash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Tools Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Temporary Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Before You Install . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Conference Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Lights and What They Mean . . . . . . . . 17 Table / Desk Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 O TELEPHONE MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . 18 Wall Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 C One - Touch Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Switchable Data Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Headset Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Two - Touch Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Directory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 TELEPHONE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Store a Memory Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Make a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Dial a Memory Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Answer a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Erase a Memory Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 End a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Switch Between Handset , GENERAL PRODUCT Headset , and Speakerphone . . . . . 12 CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 RINGER Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 TECHNICAL Handset / Speakerphone / SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Headset Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY . . . . . 22 Automatic Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 i
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW This AT & T Two - Line Speakerphone 982 can be used with one or two incoming telephone lines and features a speakerphone for hands - free use . It is hearing - aid compatible and can also be used hands - free with a two - band OVERVIEW 2.5mm headset ( purchased separately ) . This phone can be used on a table or desk or mounted on a wall and does not require AC power for operation . ( Four AA batteries are required to power the LINE lights and the Auto Redial feature , and for the headset to work correctly in all conditions . ) The 982 has 24 memory locations for faster dialing of commonly called numbers . This User’s Manual contains detailed instructions for installing and operating your AT & T Two - Line Speakerphone 982 . Please be sure to follow the directions carefully . PRODUCT 1
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BEFOREYOU BEGIN Parts List Your box should include : IN Quick This User’s Start Manual USER’S MANUAL Part 2 EG Guide QUICK START GUIDE Two - Line Speakerphone 982 Two - Line Speakerphone 982 B This Quick Start Guide provides basic instructions . For additional installation options and complete instructions which allow you to use all features of this phone , refer to your Two - Line Speakerphone 982 User's Manual , Part 2 . INSTALLATION U Battery Installation Before using the telephone , you should install four AA batteries ( purchased separately ) . You can use the phone without the batteries to dial and receive calls using the handset , but four AA batteries are required to power the LINE lights and the Automatic Redial feature , and for the headset to work correctly in all conditions . O NOTE : If you do not install batteries , you will hear a low battery warning � tone every time you lift the handset or press K . The headset feature will not work at all without batteries . CAUTION : Always unplug the line cord ( s ) , before installing Y new batteries . 1 Turn the telephone upside down . continued on page 2 Please also read Part 1 — Important E Product Information © 2003 Advanced American Telephones . All Rights Reserved . AT & T and the Globe Design are trademarks of AT & T Corp . , licensed to Advanced American Telephones . 1 OR Telephone base with wedge BEFattached Handset Coiled handset cord Seven - foot black line cord ( 4 - connector ) Seven - foot clear line cord ( 2connector ) Eight - inch line cord Tools Needed You will also need the following to install your phone : • Four AA batteries 2
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INSTALLATION BeforeYou Install To use this product as a two - line phone , you must have a two - line modular wall jack or two separate one - line modular wall jacks . To use both lines of a two - line telephone , your local telephone company must provide INSTALLATION two telephone numbers . Battery Installation Before using the telephone , you should install four AA batteries ( purchased separately ) . You can use the phone without the batteries to dial and receive calls using the handset , but four AA batteries are required to power the LINE lights and the Automatic Redial feature , and for the headset to work correctly in all conditions . NOTE : If you do not install batteries , you will hear a low battery warning � tone every time you lift the handset or press K . The headset feature will not work at all without batteries . CAUTION : Always unplug the line cord ( s ) , before installing new batteries . 1 Turn the telephone upside down . 2 If the base wedge is attached , remove the wedge by pressing the tabs as shown and then pulling the wedge away from the base . 3
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3 Press the tab as shown and pull to remove the battery cover . Insert four new AA batteries ( purchased separately ) following the polarity markings in the battery compartment . INSTALLATION 4 Replace the battery cover . 4
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Table / Desk Installation 1 Attach the wedge . Insert the bottom tabs into the slots as shown . Push gently on the tabs at the large end of the base while locking them into place INSTALLATION against the base . 2 Connect the line cord ( s ) to the telephone and your modular jack ( s ) . • If you have a single two - line wall jack , use only the black ( 4 - connector ) line cord . Plug one end into the jack labeled L1 OR L1 / L2 on the back of the telephone . Plug the other end into the wall jack . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place at both ends . Two - line modular wall jack Black telephone line cord continued on page 6 5
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Table / Desk Installation continued from page 5 • If you have two one - line wall jacks , use both long line cords . Insert one end of the first cord into the jack labeled L1 NOR L1 / L2 on the back of the phone . Then , plug the other end into IO the wall jack for Line 1 . Insert one end of the other cord into the jack on the back of the phone labeled L2 . Then , plug the INSTALLAT other end into the wall jack for Line 2 . Make sure the cords snap firmly into place at both ends . Modular wall jack Modular wall jack for Line 2 for Line 1 Telephone line cord Telephone line cord 3 Connect the handset to the telephone . Plug one end of the coiled handset cord into the handset , then plug the other end into the jack on the left side of the telephone base . 4 Set Dial Mode . This product comes set for touch tone dialing . Make sure you choose the correct dialing method ( TONE or PULSE ) ; dial pulse dialing will not work if you have touch tone service . To set your telephone for dial pulse ( rotary ) service , lift the handset and press a LINE button , then press G , # , # , # , 3 . To change back to touch tone service , press G , # , # , # , 8 . To switch from pulse to tone dialing during a phone call , see “ Temporary Tone ” on page 15 . 6
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5 Check for dial tone . Press L , lift the handset , press K or press h ( with a headset connected and batteries installed ) , and listen for a dial tone . Then press l , lift the handset , press K or press h ( with a headset connected and batteries installed ) , N and listen for a dial tone . If you cannot hear a dial tone , turn to TIO IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY beginning on page 22 . NOTE : If you press h when there is no headset connected to STALLA � the phone but charged batteries are properly installed , you will hear a warning tone . If you did not install batteries , the headset feature will not work at all . 6 Confirm Lines 1 and 2 . To determine which line is which , press L and call one of your telephone numbers . If you hear a busy signal , Line 1 is the number IN you called . If Line 2 rings , it is the number you called . 7
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Wall Installation 1 Remove the base wedge . If the base wedge is attached , remove it following the directions in “ Battery Installation ” beginning on page 3 . INSTALLATION 2 Reverse handset tab . To mount the telephone on a wall , you must reverse the handset tab . This tab holds the handset when you hang up . Hold down the switchhook , and slide the tab up and out of its slot . Turn the tab so that the end with the lip is up . Insert the tab back into its slot . 3 Connect the line cord ( s ) to the telephone and your modular wall jack ( s ) . • If you have a single two - line wall jack , use only the short line cord . Plug one end into the jack labeled L1 OR L1 / L2 on the back of the telephone . Place the cord in the channel under the phone as shown . Plug the other end into the wall jack . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place . Then , place the phone on the wall jack mounting studs and pull down until it is held securely . Two - line modular wall jack 8
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• If you have two separate one - line wall jacks , use two line cords ( the short cord and one of the long cords ) . Plug one end of the short cord into the jack labeled L1 OR L1 / L2 on the back of the telephone . Plug one end of a long cord into the jack labeled L2 on the back of the phone . N Place the cords in the channels under the phone as shown . IO Plug the free end of the the line cord for Line 1 into the Line 1 wall jack . Plug the free end of the line cord for Line 2 into the INSTALLAT Line 2 wall jack . Make sure the cords snap firmly into place at both ends . Then , place the phone on the Line 1 wall jack mounting studs and pull until it is held securely . Modular wall jack line 1 Modular wall jack line 2 4 Follow Steps 3 through 6 of “ Table Installation ” beginning on page 5 . 9
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Switchable Data Port If you want to connect another device ( such as a modem or fax machine ) to the wall jack , you can use the jack on the phone labeled DATA . You can set the data port to use Line 1 or 2 . Set the DATA SELECT switch N located on the back of the phone to L1 or L2 . A call picked up at another extension on the line used by the data port may interrupt a fax , modem or INSTALLATIO message transmission . DATA SELECT switch Data port Headset Jack NOTE : Four charged AA batteries MUST be installed for the headset to � work correctly in all conditions . You can use this phone hands - free when you install any industry standard two - band 2.5mm headset ( purchased separately ) . For best results use an AT & T two - band 2.5mm headset . Make sure the headset is plugged into the headset jack on the right side of the phone . You will hear an error tone if you press h when the headset is not plugged in . 10
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TELEPHONE OPERATION Make a Call Press a LINE button and lift the handset � � � � — OR — Press K ❙ — OR — ION Press h , then dial the call . � NOTE : If you did not install batteries , you will hear a � low battery warning tone when you lift the handset or T press K . OPERA Answer a Call Press a LINE button and lift the handset — OR — � � � � Press K E ❙ — OR — N Press h . � TELEPHO End a Call Replace the handset � � � � — OR — Press the other LINE button ❙ — OR — Press K ( if on speakerphone call ) � — OR — Press h ( if on headset call ) . 11
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Switch Between Handset , Headset , and Speakerphone To switch from handset to headset or ❙ speakerphone , press h or K . To switch from headset or speakerphone to ION handset , lift the handset . The headset or speakerphone � are automatically turned off . To switch between speakerphone and Theadset , press the button ( h or K ) for the Amode you wish to use . ER NOTE : In order to use the headset you must Phave � properly installed batteries and an industry standard O 2.5 mm headset must be plugged into the phone . See “ Headset Jack ” on page 10 for ONEinstructions . RINGER Volume There is a RINGER switch for each line on the right Hside of the telephone base . ELEP ❙ Set each switch to OFF , LO or HI . You can dial and answer � calls normally with one or both switches set to OFF . NOTE : Each line has its own distinctive ring . T � Handset / Speakerphone / Headset Volume ❙ While on a call press VOLUME + to increase , or ❙ VOLUME - to decrease volume . You will hear a triple - beep when you reach the maximum or minimum volume setting . 12
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Redial Press L or l , then lift the handset — OR — � � � � Press K � — OR — ❖ N Press h , then press a to call the the last number ( up to 24 digits ) dialed on the line . OPERATIO � Erase Redial Memory Press a LINE button , K or h , then press ❖ ❙ ❖ G , a , G . � � ❖ E � Automatic Redial N This phone can automatically and repeatedly redial the TELEPHO ❖ ❙ ❖ last number you called . While the phone is on hook press L or l , then press a . You will hear the � numbers being dialed . When the call is answered , you ❖ must either lift the handset or press K or h to speak with the other party . � If the number you called is busy , the phone will redial every 40 seconds up to 10 times ( timing begins when the phone is on hook ) . To stop automatic redialing before the call is connected , press a again . Lifting the handset or pressing K or h will also cancel Automatic Redial . To stop automatic redialing after the call is connected , press a , then press K or h twice , or lift the handset and hang up . NOTE : This feature will not work if C or � H is pressed . This feature works only when the handset is in the cradle and charged batteries are installed . 13
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Hold Press H to put a line on hold . You can hang up the handset . � � � � � � To return to the call , press the appropriate LINE button and lift the handset ❖ N — OR — Press OPERATIOh � — OR — Press K — OR — Lift the handset of an extension phone on the same line . Switch Between Lines During a Call During a call on one line , you can make or answer a call on the other line by pressing H . You can use the EH � � � � � and LINE buttons to switch back and forth between calls � TELEPHON as often as necessary . Example : While using Line 1 , Line 2 rings : 1 Press H to hold Line 1 . 2 Press l to answer the other call . 3 To hang up Line 2 and return to your first call , press L , then lift the handset , or press K or h . — OR — Press H to hold Line 2 , and press L and lift the handset , or press K or h to return to your first call . 14
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Mute Mute allows you to hear the other party , but the other party can’t hear you . To turn Mute on , press M . The MUTE light goes on . To return to the conversation , press and release M PERATION ❙ again . Flash Press F instead of pressing the switchhook to activate services such as Call Waiting or 3 - Way Calling . You may � have to press other buttons before or after F as explained in the custom - calling instructions provided by your local telephone company . O ONE Temporary Tone ELEPH If you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service you can change from pulse to tone dialing during a call by pressing t . 1 Dial the telephone number . 2 Press t . All buttons pressed after this send � tone signals . T 3 After you hang up , the phone returns to pulse dialing . 15
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Conference Calls You can use both lines at the same time to set up a three - way conference call . � � � 1 Make or answer a call and press H . 2 Establish a call on the other line . ATION 3 Press C . To end a conference call , hang up If one caller hangs up during a conference call , you might hear a dial tone . Press the LINE button of the remaining call to disconnect the other line and eliminate the dial PERtone . NOTE : Under certain circumstances , the far - end � parties on a conference call may not hear one another O clearly . E Place a conference call on Hold N 1 Press H to hold both lines . LEPHO 2 Press C to release Hold , then lift the � � � � � � � � handset or press K or h and continue your conference call . ❖ Talk privately with one caller during a conference Ecall � 1 Press H . Both lines are put on THold . 2 Press the LINE button of the person with whom you want to speak privately then lift the handset or press K or h . 3 Press C to release Hold and continue your conference call . Drop one party from a conference call To disconnect one party from a conference call and keep the other on the line , press the LINE button of the call you want to continue . NOTE : If you leave the C button down after � a conference call , then dial another number , your call might be completed , but you might hear a busy signal from the other line . Press H , then press each LINE button until you identify the line being used for your completed call . 16
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Lights and What They Mean LIGHT : STATUS : MEANS : LINE ( RED ) On steadily This line is in use . N — OR — This line is not connected PERATIO to the wall jack . Flashing This line is on hold . LINE ( GREEN ) Flashing This line is ringing . SPEAKER On The speakerphone is in use . Flashing The phone is attempting an O Auto Redial call . E HEADSET On The headset is in use . N ( AUTO ) REDIAL On The AutoRedial feature has HO been activated . MUTE On This Mute feature has been P activated TELE 17
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TELEPHONE MEMORY This telephone has 24 memory locations where you can store phone numbers you wish to dial with only one or two key presses . Each location can store up to 24 digits . One - Touch Dialing The 12 white spaces on the directory card are one - touch memory RYlocations . You can dial one of these numbers by starting to make a call as usual and pressing the memory button next to the number instead of using the dial MEMO pad keys . Two - Touch Dialing The 12 gray spaces on the directory card are two - touch memory locations . To dial one of these numbers you must press l , then the Ememory button next to the number when you would usually press the dial pad keys . ELEPHON Directory Card Remove the plastic cover and the directory card . Write your telephone numbers in the spaces provided , and write the telephone numbers ( or names ) that you want to store in each memory location . Replace the card and plastic cover in the space provided . Directory card T ◗ Memory ❖ buttons LOWER ❙ button 12 lower One Touch locations First 12 One Touch locations ( all gray spaces ) ( all white spaces ) 18
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Store a Memory Number 1 Press K , press h or lift the handset . 2 Press and release G . You will hear a beep . � � � � � � � � 3 Enter the telephone number you want to store � ( up to 24 digits ) or press a to store the last number dialed . You will hear a beep each Y time you press a button . Press P to store a R � three - second dialing delay . EMO 4 Press and release a memory button — OR — Press and release l , then a memory button . You will hear a two - beep confirmation tone . M 5 Hang up . ONE Repeat Steps 1 - 5 to store another number . If you hear a series of five beeps , an error was made . Repeat Steps 1 - 5 in order to repeat the number you wish to store . TELEPH NOTE : You cannot store a pause as the first digit � of a memory number . Dial a Memory Number 1 Press L or l . 2 Lift the handset � � � � � � — OR — � Press K � — OR — Press h and listen for dial tone . 3 Press and release a memory button — OR — ❙ Press and release l then a memory button . Erase a Memory Number � To remove a number from memory , enter another number ❘ in the same location . To clear a memory location and leave it empty , 1 Press L or l , then lift the handset . ❖ ❙ ❖ 2 Press G . 3 Press the button of the memory location you � want to clear . 19
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GENERAL PRODUCT CARE To keep your phone working and looking good , follow these guidelines : • Avoid putting it near heating appliances and devices that generate electrical noise ( for example , motors or fluorescent lamps ) . • DO NOT expose it to direct sunlight or moisture . • Avoid dropping the phone and / or other rough treatment . • Clean with a soft cloth . • Never use a strong cleaning agent or abrasive powder Ebecause this will damage the Rfinish . • Retain the original packaging in case you need to ship it at a CA later date . PRODUCT GENERAL 20
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS REN 1.0B Battery Power 4 AA Product Weight 2.06 pounds S Product 8.15 inches long x Dimensions 7.68 inches wide x SPECIFICATION ( unpacked ) 5 inches high TECHNICAL 21
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IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY If you have difficulty operating this phone , try the suggestions below . For Customer Service , visit our website at www.telephones.att.com or call 1 800 222 – 3111 . Have the serial number , found on the underside of your phone available when contacting Customer Service . Please retain your receipt as your proof of purchase . To purchase accessories or replacement parts contact Customer Service . Visit our website at www.telephones.att.com or call 1 800 222 – 3111 . IFFICULTY TELEPHONE OPERATION PROBLEM SOLUTION No Dial Tone • Make sure all plugs are connected properly . Inspect the line cord connections at the modular jack ( s ) and at the telephone . Also inspect the coiled handset cord connection at both Dends . • Make sure a line is selected ( Line 1 or OF Line 2 ) . • Make sure Hold is not activated . SE • If you do not hear a dial tone when you press h , make sure the headset is firmly connected at the CAjack . PROBLEM SOLUTION Call Cannot Be • This product comes set for touch INtone Dialed Or Is dialing . Make sure you choose the correct Dialed Slowly dialing mode , touch tone dialing will not work if you have dial pulse ( rotary ) service . ( See “ Set Dial Mode ” Step 4 of TABLE / DESK INSTALLATION on page 6 . ) • If you just used Temporary Tone , leave the handset on the base for a few seconds before making another call . 22
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TELEPHONE OPERATION PROBLEM SOLUTION Automatic Redial • If the phone rings during the Automatic Interrupted Redial sequence , you will cancel it if you lift the handset , press K or press h to take the call . • Lifting the handset , pressing K or ULTY pressing h will cancel Automatic Redial . • Low battery power can affect Automatic Redial . For information about changing batteries , see “ Battery Installation ” on IFFIC page 3 . PROBLEM SOLUTION Speakerphone The 982 speakerphone is powered by the D Doesn't Work current in the telephone line cord connected F While an Extension to your wall jack . The 982 speakerphone Phone is In Use might not work if you are on a call on a line - O powered extension phone and try to use the SE 982 speakerphone at the same time . There may not be enough power in the line current to support both the speakerphone and the A extension phone . Try using the 982 handset C for calls like this . IN PROBLEM SOLUTION Telephone Does • Make sure four AA batteries are properly Not Work with installed . ( see “ Battery Installation ” Headset beginning on page 3 . ) • Use only an industry standard two - band 2.5 mm headset ( purchased separately ) . For best results use an AT & T two - band 2.5 mm headset . PROBLEM SOLUTION Warning Tone Install four charged AA batteries . ( See Sounds WhenYou “ Battery Installation ” beginning on page 3 . ) Lift the Handset or Press K 23
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TELEPHONE MEMORY PROBLEM SOLUTION Difficulty Storing • Review “ Store a Memory Number ” Numbers in Memory on page 19 to make sure you are pressing the correct sequence of buttons . • If you are interrupted by a recorded announcement telling you to hang up ULTY ( or a loud buzzing noise ) , hang up and try to enter the number more quickly . • Try calling the number you want to enter into memory . When the call is ended , press G , a and a IFFICmemory button . • If someone lifts an extension phone while you are storing numbers in memory , programming might be interrupted . Make D sure all extensions are on hook while OF storing numbers in memory . • You might not hear the confirmation beep if the handset volume is set too low , or if CASE you are in a noisy location . • Do not put the phone on hold while storing numbers . IN 24
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3 - Way Calling 15 L A LINE button 6 , 11 , 13 – 14 , 16 a 13 , 19 , 24 line cord 2 , 5 – 6 , 8 – 9 , 23 Automatic Redial 3 , 13 , 23 LINE lights 3 low battery warning tone 3 , 11 B l 18 , 19 batteries 2 – 4 , 7 , 10 – 13 , 23 M battery cover 4 EX memory 18 , 24 C memory button 18 – 19 , 24 Call Waiting 15 D memory location 18 – 19 C 16 IN modem 10 conference call 16 modular jack 5 D modular wall jack 3 , 8 data port 10 mute 15 DATA SELECT switch 10 M 15 dial mode 6 , 22 MUTE light 15 dial pulse 6 , 15 , 22 O dial tone 7 , 16 , 19 , 22 one - touch memory 18 directory card 18 P F G 13 , 19 , 24 fax machine 10 R F 15 Redial 13 H RINGER switch 12 hands - free 10 S handset 2 – 3 , 6 , 7 , 11 – 14 , 19 K 3 , 11 , 13 , 14 , 16 handset cord 2 , 6 speakerphone 12 , 23 handset tab 8 switchhook 15 headset 3 , 7 , 10 , 12 , 23 T h 11 , 13 , 14 , 16 hold 14 , 22 temporary tone 22 touch tone 6 , 22 H 14 , 16 25
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two - touch memory 18 V volume 12 W warning tone 23 wedge 2 – 3 , 5 INDEX 26
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In case of difficulty , visit our Service Center at www.telephones.att.com or call 1 800 222 – 3111 . © 2004 Advanced American Telephones . All Rights Reserved . AT & T and the Globe Design are trademarks of AT & T Corp . , licensed to Advanced American Telephones . Printed in China . Issue 1AT & T 06 / 04
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QUICK START GUIDE Two - Line Speakerphone 982 This Quick Start Guide provides basic instructions . For additional installation options and complete instructions which allow you to use all features of this phone , refer to your Two - Line Speakerphone 982 User's Manual , Part 2 . INSTALLATION Battery Installation Before using the telephone , you should install four AA batteries ( purchased separately ) . You can use the phone without the batteries to dial and receive calls using the handset , but four AA batteries are required to power the LINE lights and the Automatic Redial feature , and for the headset to work correctly in all conditions . NOTE : If you do not install batteries , you will hear a low battery warning � tone every time you lift the handset or press K . The headset feature will not work at all without batteries . CAUTION : Always unplug the line cord ( s ) , before installing new batteries . 1 Turn the telephone upside down . continued on page 2 1
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Battery Installation continued from page 1 2 If the base wedge is attached , remove the wedge by pressing the tabs as shown and then pulling the wedge away from the base . 3 Press the tab as shown and pull to remove the battery cover . Insert four new AA batteries ( purchased separately ) following the polarity markings in the battery compartment . 4 Replace the battery cover . 2
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Table / Desk Installation 1 Attach the wedge . Insert the bottom tabs into the slots as shown . Push gently on the tabs at the large end of the base while locking them into place against the base . 2 Connect the line cord ( s ) to the telephone and your modular jack ( s ) . • If you have a single two - line wall jack , use only the black ( 4 - connector ) line cord . Plug one end into the jack labeled L1 OR L1 / L2 on the back of the telephone . Plug the other end into the wall jack . Make sure the cord snaps firmly into place at both ends . Two - line modular wall jack Black telephone line cord continued on page 4 3
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Table / Desk Installation continued from page 3 • If you have two one - line wall jacks , use both long line cords . Insert one end of the first cord into the jack labeled L1 OR L1 / L2 on the back of the phone . Then , plug the other end into the wall jack for Line 1 . Insert one end of the other cord into the jack on the back of the phone labeled L2 . Then , plug the other end into the wall jack for Line 2 . Make sure the cords snap firmly into place at both ends . Modular wall jack Modular wall jack for Line 2 for Line 1 Telephone line cord Telephone line cord 3 Connect the handset to the telephone . Plug one end of the coiled handset cord into the handset , then plug the other end into the jack on the left side of the telephone base . 4 Set Dial Mode . This product comes set for touch tone dialing . Make sure you choose the correct dialing method ( TONE or PULSE ) ; dial pulse dialing will not work if you have touch tone service . To set your telephone for dial pulse ( rotary ) service , lift the handset and press a LINE button , then press G , # , # , # , 3 . To change back to touch tone service , press G , # , # , # , 8 . To switch from pulse to tone dialing during a phone call , see “ Temporary Tone ” on page 15 of your User’s Manual , Part 2 5 Check for dial tone . Press L , lift the handset , press K or press h ( with a headset connected and batteries installed ) , and listen for a dial tone . Then press l , lift the handset , press K or press h ( with a headset connected and batteries installed ) , and listen for a dial tone . If you cannot hear a dial tone , turn to IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY beginning on page 22 of your User’s Manual , Part 2 . 4
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NOTE : If you press h when there is no headset connected to � the phone but charged batteries are properly installed , you will hear a warning tone . If you did not install batteries , the headset feature will not work at all . 6 Confirm Lines 1 and 2 . To determine which line is which , press L and call one of your telephone numbers . If you hear a busy signal , Line 1 is the number you called . If Line 2 rings , it is the number you called . 5
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TELEPHONE OPERATION Make a Call Press a LINE button and lift the handset — OR — � � � � Press K ❙ — OR — Press h , then dial the call . � NOTE : If you did not install batteries , you will hear a low � battery warning tone when you lift the handset or press K . Answer a Call Press a LINE button and lift the handset — OR — � � � � Press K ❙ — OR — Press h . � End a Call Replace the handset — OR — � � � � Press the other LINE button ❙ — OR — Press K ( if on speakerphone call ) � — OR — Press h ( if on headset call ) . 6
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In case of difficulty , visit our Service Center at www.telephones.att.com or call 1 800 222 – 3111 . © 2004 Advanced American Telephones . All Rights Reserved . AT & T and the Globe Design are trademarks of AT & T Corp . , licensed to Advanced American Telephones . Printed in China . Issue 1AT & T 06 / 04
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