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User’s manual 1856 Speak erphone/ answering sy st em with call er ID/call waiting .
Model #: 1856 Product name: Speakerphone/answering syst em Serial #: (found on the bott om of the telephone base) Purchase date: Place of purchase: Congr atulations on purchasing your new A T&T product. Befor e using this A T&T product, please read the Import ant product inf ormation on pages 36-37 of this manual.
See page 5 for easy instructions. Y ou must install the power adapter befor e using the telephone . For customer servic e or product inf ormation, visit our website at www .telephones.at t.com or call 1 (800) 222-3111 . In Canada, dial 1 (866) 288-4268 .
Getting s tarted Quick ref erence guide.........................2 Parts checklist ......................................... 3 Before you inst all .................................. 4 T elephone base installation ............. 5 Installation options .
Getting started VOLUME During a call, press or t o adjust listening volume (page 11). MUTE Press to sil enc e the microphone. Press again to r esume conversa- tion (page 11). SPEAKER Press to turn the speak erphone on or off (begin or end a call) (page 10).
Getting started P arts checklist Save your sales receipt and original pack aging in case it is necessary to ship your telephone for warranty servic e.
Getting started Choose a central location close t o a telephone jack and an e l ectrical outlet not controlled by a wall swit ch. The telephone can be placed on a flat surf ace or mounted on a standar d wall plate. Avoid placing the t elephone base t oo close to: • Ex cessive heat sources.
Getting started 4 5 2 1 3 T elephone base installation NOTES: 1. Use only the power adapter supplied with this pr oduct or equivalent. T o order a replacement power adapt er , visit our website at www .tel ephones.at t.com , or call 1 (800) 222-3111 .
Getting started Installation options T abletop mount Wall mount NOTE: The mounting brack et must be used for both tabletop use and wall mounting positions. Telephone outlet mounting plate with mounting studs. 1 . To remove the bracket, hold the telephone base in both hands, press the two bracket tabs and lift the bracket away from slots and .
Getting started Installation options 3 . Connect the telephone line cord and power adapter to the jacks on the back of the telephone base. Bundle the telephone line cord, and secure it with a twist tie before placing it inside the bracket. 4.
T elephone operation T elephone settings Y ou can change settings to program how the telephone works. Press CID /SETUP repeatedl y until the feature you want is displayed. Press or CID to change settings. Press CID /SETUP again t o accept the new setting and move to ne xt feature.
T elephone operation T elephone settings Language Press or CID to select the language used in all menus and screen displays. Y ou can choose ENGLISH , ESP ANOL or FRANCAIS . Home ar ea code/l ocal ar ea codes Y ou can program this phone to r ecognize one home area code and up t o four local ar ea codes.
T elephone operation T elephone operation Making and answering calls T o make a call, lift the handset or press SPEAKER , then dial a number . Replace the handset or press SPEAKER to hang up. T o answer a call, lift the handset, or press SPEAKER to use the speak erphone.
T elephone operation Options while on calls T o adjust listening volume While on calls, press VO LUME to adjust the listening volume. There ar e eight volume levels for the speakerphone, and four levels for the handset. Pr ess or once to increase or lower the listening volume by one level.
Directory Dir ectory Memory capacity The telephone can stor e up to 12 (thr ee one- touch and nine speed dial) numbers in memory locations for quick dialing. Each memory location can store a number up t o 24 digits. Timeouts and err or messages If you pause for too long while cr eating an entry , the procedur e will time out and it will be necessary to start again.
Directory Speed dialing Y ou can enter nine speed dial numbers of up to 24 digits. Each number is stored in a one-digit speed dial location (1-9). T o stor e a number in speed dial 1. Press PROG/ MEM . 2. Enter a telephone number (up t o 24 digits), or import one by pressing REDIAL .
Directory One-t ouch dialing T elephone numbers called most frequently can be stored in one-t ouch locations so that they can be dialed with only one ke y press. Y ou can enter three telephone numbers up to 24 digits. There ar e three ( M1, M2, M3 ) one-t ouch keys on your t elephone.
Caller ID hist ory Information about call er ID with call waiting This product has a caller ID function with call waiting feature which works with servic e from your local telephone company . Caller ID with call waiting lets you see the name and telephone number of the caller befor e answering the telephone, even when on another call.
Caller ID hist ory How caller ID works If you subscribe to caller ID service pr ovided by your local telephone company , information about each caller will be displayed between the first and second ring. Information about the last 50 incoming calls is stored in the call hist ory .
T o r eview the call hist ory T o review the call hist ory Press or CID to display the most r ecent call. Press or CID repeat edly to scr oll through the list of earlier calls. T o return a call T o dial a number currently displayed, press DISPLA Y DIAL and then lift the handset or press SPEAKER (see below for important dialing options).
Delet e or copy an entry T o copy an entry into memory T o copy a displayed number into memory , press PROG/ MEM . The name and time will be removed, and the telephone number will r emain in the screen. Pr ess PROG/ MEM again, ENTER L OCA TION? will appear in the screen.
Answering system operation Answering syst em oper ation Message capacity The answering system can rec ord up t o 99 messages, depending on the length of each message. Individual messages can be up to three minutes, and tot al maximum rec ording time is 19 minutes.
Answering system operation Answering syst em mode The answering system’s defaul t factory setting is ON in order to answer and r ecord messages. Y ou can turn the answering system off, but if you do, the answering system will not answer calls or recor d incoming messages.
Answering system operation Day & time announcements T o set day and time Before pla ying each message, the answering sys- tem announces the da y and time the message was received. Before using the answering syst em, follow the steps on the left to set the da y and time, so messages are dated c orrectly .
Answering system operation Out going announcements Outgoing announcements ar e the messages call- ers hear when calls are answer ed by the answering system. The telephone is pre-pr ogrammed with an announce- ment. If the telephone is set up to r ecor d messages, it answers calls with “Hello, please leave a message after the t one.
Answering system operation Announce onl y mode In announce only mode, callers can hear an announcement but cannot leave messages. This option is useful, for example, t o notify callers that you will be away for an e xtended period and request that they call back after a cert ain date.
Answering system operation Changing f eatur e options When the answering system is on, you can customiz e how the system operat es. Press and hold TA S /SETUP to begin, then press r epeatedly t o hear each feature. Pr ess SKIP or REPEA T to change the setting of any f ea- ture.
Answering system operation What is priority call code? If a caller enters your priority call code while your announce- ment is playing, you’ll be alerted with a spe- cial tone so you can answer the call. If the call is not answered, you will hear " the machine will now hang up.
Answering system operation Message playback Press PLA Y/ STOP to listen to only new (unhear d) messages. Press and hold PLA Y/ ST OP to listen to all messages (oldest first). Announcements during message playback • Before each message, you will hear the da y and time it was received.
Answering system operation T o r ecor d & play memos Memos are messages you r ecord by yourself . You can recor d a memo as a reminder to yourself or leave a message for someone else if others in your household use the answering system. Memos are saved, played back and delet ed exactl y like incoming messages.
Answering system operation T o r ecor d & play a phone c onversation While on a call on the handset, you can recor d a telephone conversation t o be stored as an incoming message. Recor ded telephone conversations ar e saved, played back and deleted e xactly lik e incoming messages.
Answering system operation Message count er displays The message counter usuall y displays the total number of memos and incoming messages. See the list below for explanations of other displa ys in this counter . Message count er displays No messages.
Answering system operation R emot e access A three-digit security code is r equired to access your answering system from any t ouch-tone telephone. This code is 500 by default, see Changing f eature options (page 24) to change it. NOTE: If you pause for more than 15 seconds during remote ac cess, you will hear “ The machine will now hang up, ” then the call will end automati- cally .
Appendix Display scr een messages, tones & lights Scr een icons Ringer is off. New call received. Repeat call fr om the same number . Call number . Error (curr ent operation has been unsuc- cessful, try again). NEW REP No. ERR MSG# CL Message number .
Appendix My telephone does not work at all. T r oubleshooting If you have difficulty with your telephone, please try the sug- gestions below . For Cust omer Service, visit our website at www . tel ephones.at t.com or call 1 (800) 222-3111 . In Canada, dial 1 (866) 288-4268 .
Appendix T r oubleshooting • T est a working telephone at the same telephone jack. If another telephone has the same problem, the pr oblem is in the telephone jack. Contac t your local telephone company (charges ma y apply). • The telephone line cord might be malfunctioning.
Appendix T r oubleshooting My caller ID features ar e not working properly . • Caller ID is a subscription service. Y ou must subscribe to this service from your local t elephone company for this feature t o work on your telephone. • The caller may not be calling from an area which supports caller ID.
Appendix T r oubleshooting The answering system does not respond to remote c om- mands. • Make sure your r emote acc ess code is corr ect (page 30). • Make sure you ar e calling from a t ouch-tone telephone. When dialing a number , you should hear tones.
Appendix Important pr oduct inf ormation This symbol is to alert you to import ant operating or servicing instructions that may appear in this user’s manual. Always f ollow basic safety pr ecautions when using this product to r educe the risk of injury, fir e, or electric shock.
Appendix Important pr oduct inf ormation Especially about c or ded tel ephones • Electrical power: The t elephone must be connected to a working electrical outlet. The electrical outlet should not be contr olled by a wall switch. Calls cannot be made if the tel ephone base is unplugged or switched off , or if the electrical power is int errupted.
Appendix F C C and ACT A inf ormation If this equipment was approved for c onnection to the telephone net- work prior to July 23, 2001, it complies with P art 68 of the Feder al Communications Commission (FCC) rules. If the equipment was appr oved after that dat e, it complies with the Part 68 rules and with T echnical Requir ements for Connection of Equipment to the T elephone Network adopted by the Administrative Council f or T erminal Attachments (ACT A).
Appendix F C C and ACT A inf ormation 3. R epair instructions If this equipment is malfunctioning, it must be unplugged from the modular jack until the problem has been corr ected. Repairs to this telephone equip- ment can only be made by the manufactur er or its authorized agents.
Appendix P art 15 of FC C rules Some telephone equipment generat es, uses, and can radiate r adio-frequency energy and, if not installed and used pr operly, may cause int erfer ence to radio and television rec eption. This product has been t ested and found t o meet the standards f or a class B digital device, as specified in part 15 of the F CC rules.
Appendix Limit ed warr anty The A T&T brand is used under license - any r epair, r eplacement or warranty service, and all questions about this product should be dir ected to: In the United States of America, visit our websit e at www .telephones.
Appendix Limit ed warr anty 4. What is not covered by this limit ed warranty? This limited warranty does not c over: • PRODUCT that has been subjected to misuse, accident, shipping or other physical damage, improper installation, abnormal oper ation or handling, neglect, inundation, fire, water , or other liquid intrusion; or • PRODUCT that has been damaged due to repair , alteration, or modifica - tion by anyone other than an authorized service r epresentative of the manufacturer; or • PRODUCT to the extent that the pr oblem experienced is caused by signal conditions, network reliability or cabl e or antenna systems; or • PRODUCT to the extent that the pr oblem is caused by use with non- A T&T accessories; or • PRODUCT whose warranty/quality stickers, PRODUCT serial number plates or electronic serial numbers have been r emoved, altered or ren- dered illegible; or • PRODUCT purchased, used, serviced, or shipped for r epair from outside the United Stat es of America or Canada, or used for commer cial or institutional purposes (including but not limited to pr oducts used for r ental purposes); or • PRODUCT returned without valid proof of pur chase (see item 6 below); or • Charges for installation or setup, adjustment of customer contr ols, and installation or repair of syst ems outside the telephone.
Appendix Limit ed warr anty 6. What must you return with the PRODUCT t o get warranty service? Y ou must: a. Return the entire original package and c ontents including the PRODUCT to the service location along with a description of the malfunction or difficulty; and b.
T echnical specifications Operation t emperatur e T elephone vol tage (AC adapt er input) AC120V 60Hz 5W 44 T elephone vol tage (AC adapt er output) AC6V @350mA Appendix 32°F — 122°F 0°C — 50.
A Alert tones, 31 Answering calls, 10 Answering system, 19-30 C Call history , 8 Call interc ept, 20 Call screening, 20 Caller ID, 15 copy an entry into memory , 18 delete entries, 18 dial entries, .
Appendix Use the wallet card below to help y ou remember commands t o control your answering system from any t ouch tone telephone. R emot e access wallet car d Cut along dotted line Fold card her e Action Remot e command Play all messages .....
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Si vous n'avez pas encore acheté Univex 1856 c'est un bon moment pour vous familiariser avec les données de base sur le produit. Consulter d'abord les pages initiales du manuel d'utilisation, que vous trouverez ci-dessus. Vous devriez y trouver les données techniques les plus importants du Univex 1856 - de cette manière, vous pouvez vérifier si l'équipement répond à vos besoins. Explorant les pages suivantes du manuel d'utilisation Univex 1856, vous apprendrez toutes les caractéristiques du produit et des informations sur son fonctionnement. Les informations sur le Univex 1856 va certainement vous aider à prendre une décision concernant l'achat.
Dans une situation où vous avez déjà le Univex 1856, mais vous avez pas encore lu le manuel d'utilisation, vous devez le faire pour les raisons décrites ci-dessus,. Vous saurez alors si vous avez correctement utilisé les fonctions disponibles, et si vous avez commis des erreurs qui peuvent réduire la durée de vie du Univex 1856.
Cependant, l'un des rôles les plus importants pour l'utilisateur joués par les manuels d'utilisateur est d'aider à résoudre les problèmes concernant le Univex 1856. Presque toujours, vous y trouverez Troubleshooting, soit les pannes et les défaillances les plus fréquentes de l'apparei Univex 1856 ainsi que les instructions sur la façon de les résoudre. Même si vous ne parvenez pas à résoudre le problème, le manuel d‘utilisation va vous montrer le chemin d'une nouvelle procédure – le contact avec le centre de service à la clientèle ou le service le plus proche.