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Quick Start Guide
AT&T SB67040 Cordless Accessory Handset
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Charger Installation
The SB67040 Cordless Handset uses a rechargeable 2.4v nickel-metal hydride cell (NiMH) pack and
comes with a battery charger. Place the SB67040 Cordless Handset in the charger when not in use. For
more information see the “AT&T SB67040 Cordless Accessory Handset User’s Guide”.
To install the SB67040 Cordless Handset Charger:
1.
Plug the power adapter into an electrical
outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
2.
Plug the small end of the power adapter
into the jack on the underside of the
charger.
3.
Route the cord through the slot as shown in
Figure 1.
Power Adapter
Figure 1.
Handset Charger Power Connect
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Charger Installation
Battery Installation
After installing the battery, you may be able to make and receive short calls.
To install the SB67040 Cordless Handset battery:
Battery
Connector
Figure 2.
1.
Remove the battery cover as shown in Figure 2.
2.
Plug the battery connector securely into the
plug inside the Handset battery compartment,
matching the color-coded label.
3.
Place the battery in the compartment with THIS
SIDE UP facing up as indicated.
4.
Align the cover flat against the battery
compartment, then slide it upwards until it
clicks into place.
Install Handset Battery
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Battery Installation
To install the SB67040 Cordless Handset battery: (Continued)
5.
Figure 3.
Press PHONE. The LCD displays a white
background during initialization.
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After initialization, if there is some charge
in the battery, the LCD displays the Place
in charger screen shown in Figure 3.
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If the screen is blank, place the Handset in
the charger for one hour and re-initialize.
Place In Charger Screen
NOTE: For customer service or product information, contact the installer at the number on
the cover of this guide. If your installer is unavailable, visit our website at
www.telephones.att.com or call 1 (888) 916-2007. In Canada dial
1 (888) 883-2474.
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Battery Installation
Battery Charging
To charge the Handset battery:
1.
Place the Handset in
the Charger face up
as shown in Figure 4.
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The CHARGE
light will be on
when the
Handset is
charging.
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The Register
screen shown in
Figure 5.
Figure 5 should
display within 15 seconds.
Charge
Light
Figure 4.
Handset in Charger
Register Screen
NOTE: Charge the Handset battery for at least 16 hours before use. When fully charged,
the Handset battery provides approximately five hours of talk time or three days
of standby time.
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Battery Charging
Handset Registration
This procedure provides instructions for registering a SB67040 Cordless Accessory Handset. For complete
information on cordless device registration see the SB67030 Deskset User’s Guide. Only one Cordless
Handset and one Headset can be registered to a Deskset.
NOTE: Only one Cordless Handset can be registered to a Deskset.
To register the SB67040 Cordless Handset:
If the Handset is not
registered to a Deskset the
Place in Charger
notification screen shown
in Figure 6 displays upon
power up.
1.
Figure 6.
Screen
Place the Handset
into the Charger.
The Handset
Figure 7.
Register Screen
generates a beep
and the Register
Handset screen shown in Figure 7 displays.
Place In Charger
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Handset Registration
To register the SB67040 Cordless Handset: (Continued)
Figure 8.
Cordless Registration
2.
Press MENU on the SB67030 Deskset.
3.
Press 2 on the Deskset.
4.
Press 5 to display the Cordless Registration menu
shown in Figure 8. The screen reflects whether the
Handset and Headset are registered.
5.
Press 1 on the Deskset to begin the registration
process.
6.
To register the Handset press
Figure 9.
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as shown in
Once the Handset registration begins, the Handset
and Deskset display the Registration in Progress
screens shown in Figure 10 on page 8.
Press
to return to the Cordless
Registration screen.
7.
NOTE: The registration process on both Deskset
and Handset will end after 60 seconds. If
registration is not successful, try again.
Figure 9.
Register Cordless
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Handset Registration
To register the SB67040 Cordless Handset: (Continued)
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The Handset displays Handset Registered as shown in
Figure 10.
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If the registration
process times out, the
Handset displays
Registration Failed
as shown in Figure 11,
generates an error
tone, and resets. Try
registration again.
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After the Handset
Figure 11. Registration Failed
resets, it returns to the
Register screen shown on page 5.
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When registration is complete, the Deskset and Handset
generate confirmation tones.
Figure 10. Handset Registered
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Handset Registration
To deregister the Handset:
Figure 12. Deregistration Screen
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1.
Perform Steps 1 through 4 of the “To register the
SB67040 Cordless Handset:” procedure on page 6.
2.
Press 1 on the Deskset to begin the deregistration
process.
3.
To deregister the Handset, press
in Figure 12.
4.
To confirm deregistration, press
. Press
to keep the Handset registered.
5.
To return to the Cordless Registration screen, press
.
9
as shown
Handset Registration
SB67040 Cordless Handset Overview
The optional SB67040 Cordless Handset duplicates many of the Deskset features and provides a high
degree of mobility. Figure 13 and Figure 14 illustrate and describe the function keys for the SB67040
Cordless Handset.
Phone
Start or answer a call.
Options
Accesses options dependant on
the current mode.
Mute/Quick
Mutes the base microphone
while on active or conference
call. Press and hold to access
quick dial numbers.
SPEAKER
Routes audio to speakerphone.
Generates dial tone in Idle mode.
Toggles audio from speaker to
Headset or wired Headset during
active call.
Figure 13. SB67040 Cordless Handset Key Functions
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Clear/Off
Ends current call or ends
feature.
Vol+/Vol- (On side)
Increases the ringer or
incoming voice volume.
Dial pad, 0-9, *, #
Dials, performs shortcuts, or
accesses areas in a list.
DIR
Accesses the directory.
Hold
Places active call on hold.
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Select
Selects an option out of a menu
or list.
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Provides instructions and status
information.
Scrolls or cycles through
list entries. Performs
backspace function, and is
used in message playback
to rewind message or play
previous message.
Scrolls through list entries.
Highlights new messages
or new calls in Idle mode.
Adjusts contrast level in
display menu.
Scrolls through list entries.
Highlights new messages
or new calls in Idle mode.
Adjusts contrast level in
display menu.
Scrolls or cycles through
list entries. Used in
message playback to
forward message or play
next message.
Figure 14. SB67040 Cordless Handset Key Functions (Continued)
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SB67040 Cordless Handset Overview
SB67040 Cordless Handset LCD
The Idle screen shown in Figure 15 displays when the Handset is first turned on or at the end of any
operation such as completion of a call, or when the extension does not have any Active or Held Calls.
Battery, Do Not Disturb,
or Call Forward, and
voicemail memory full.
Date and Time.
Extension number and
name.
Number of new calls.
Press SELECT when
highlighted to see them.
Number of new messages.
Press SELECT when
highlighted to see
message list so you can
start to play new
messages.
Key labels. Press key below MSGs to see
message list so you can start to play all
messages. Press key below CID to see entire
call log.
Figure 15. SB67040 Cordless Handset Idle Screen
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SB67040 Cordless Handset LCD
Predialing
You can dial a phone number before pressing PHONE or SPEAKER. Pressing a dialing key in these cases
initiates the Predial mode. In this mode the Handset produces no dial tone. You can also predial from a
list.
To make a call while the Handset is on-hook:
1.
To initiate Predial mode as shown in Figure 16, press any
DIAL key. Dial 9 for an outside call.
2.
Press additional DIAL keys. You have the following
options:
Figure 16. Predial Mode
3.
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To delete a digit and move the cursor back one space,
press the left NAVIGATION key.
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To clear all digits, press OFF and you will return to
Idle.
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To insert a two-second pause, press
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Press
at any time to terminate the dialing
sequence. All entries are deleted and the Handset
returns to Idle.
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Press PHONE to go off-hook and dial the Predial digits.
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Predialing
Live Dialing
Live dialing refers to making a call when the phone is off-hook.
To make a call off-hook:
Figure 17. Live Dial
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1.
Press PHONE or SPEAKER to initiate a call as shown
in Figure 17.
2.
Press the DIAL keys. Dial 9 for an outside call.
Hyphens are automatically inserted for all 7, 8, 10,
and 11 digit dialing, except when 9 is followed by a
zero for an international call.
3.
If you enter 9 and another digit other than 1,
replaces
, as shown in Figure 18 on page 15.
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Live Dialing
To make a call off-hook: (Continued)
Figure 18. Live Dial Digits
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If you start dialing from an active call, the call is
placed on hold.
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If there are calls on hold, pressing PHONE will get
a new line.
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Pressing SPEAKER from Idle enters dial mode,
but pressing SPEAKER during an active call reroutes audio to speakerphone.
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During an active call, pressing dialing keys will
display and transmit Dual Tone Multiple
Frequencies (DTMF) tones, but will not interfere
with the current call.
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You can press PHONE when Idle or during an
active call to enter dial mode.
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Live Dialing
Answering a Call
If the system receives an incoming call in Idle mode, the Handset rings and the incoming call information
displays as shown in Figure 19. The screen displays name (if available) and number. If there is more than
one incoming call, they will all be displayed on the screen, but only the call that you can answer by
pressing PHONE displays the name and telephone number. To cycle through incoming calls press the up
or down NAVIGATION key.
The SB67040 Handset records incoming calls in the call log and displays notification on the Idle screen.
A call that has not been reviewed is considered new. Once you review a call in the Call Log, the call count
will go down by one. If there are no new calls, the notification will display 0 New Missed Calls. You will
not be able to play messages while in the Call Log.
You have the following options when there is an incoming call:
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To answer a call press PHONE or SPEAKER.
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To silence the ringer press
„
To forward the call to the destination defined in the Call
Forward-No Answer setting press
.
Figure 19. Incoming Call
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NOTE: Press VOL+ or VOL- to increase or decrease
the ringer volume.
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Answering a Call
Voicemail Notification
If you do not respond to an incoming call, the call is automatically forwarded to voicemail. You can
forward a ringing call to voicemail by pressing
.
Voicemail functions:
Figure 20. Voicemail Notification
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The Idle screen updates the New MSGs indication as
shown in Figure 20 when a caller leaves a voicemail
message.
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Once a new
message is reviewed
as shown in
Figure 21, the
notification on the
Idle screen changes.
Figure 21. Message Review
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Voicemail Notification
Retrieve Voicemail
To retrieve voicemail:
1.
To retrieve voicemail press
shown in Figure 20 on page 17.
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Figure 22. Retrieve Voicemail
from the Idle screen
If you have created a user password, you will be
prompted to enter it, as shown in Figure 22.
2.
Press SELECT to display the Voicemail Messages screen
shown in Figure 23.
3.
To begin playing the voicemail press
4.
To return to the Idle screen press
.
.
Figure 23. Voicemail Messages
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Retrieve Voicemail
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AT&T Intellectual Property licensed to Advanced American Telephones, San Antonio, TX 78219. Printed
in China. Issue 01 AT&T 08/09.
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