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PARTS CHECKLIST
Wall mounting
knob Location
Your package includes the following items:
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ALCATEL T60
ALCATEL T60
WALL MOUNTING: The knob is designed
to keep this unit in place when the
telephone is vertically placed on the wall.
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User’s Guide
Base
Handset
Coiled cord
Line cord
NOTE: If there is any item missing in the package, please
contact the shop where you bought this product.
2. Install the base unit to the wall and then plug one end of line
cord into the base and the other end into the modular telephone
line jack.
3. Fix the telephone on the wall as shown below.
English/French/Spanish/
Turkish/Polish/Greece
TELEPHONE JACK REQUIREMENTS
To use this phone, you need a RJ11C type modular telephone jack,
(similar to the one pictured here) installed in your home. Call your
local phone company to have one installed.
Wall plate
SETTING DATE/TIME
Modular telephone line jack
OR
INSTALLATION
CAUTION: Disconnect the phone cord from the wall
outlet before installing or replacing the batteries.
Enter Month, Day,
Hour and Minute
OPTIONS MENU
INTRODUCTION
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Your Caller ID phone enables you to:
‡Identify callers before you answer the phone.
‡View the time and date of each incoming call.
‡Record up to 58 Caller ID name and number messages
sequentially.
MAIN FEATURES
‡FSK/DTMF
auto detect.
‡Alphanumerical backlight display.
‡6 languages interface selection.
‡Record up to 58 incoming caller names and numbers.
‡Record up to 10 recent dialed numbers.
‡10 two-touch memories.
‡4 one-touch memories.
‡Redial.
‡Pulse or Tone dialing mode.
‡Flash timing selectable.
‡Mute function.
‡Speakerphone.
To get the most from your new phone, please read through this
user’s guide.
SHORT GLOSSARY OF TERMINOLOGY USED IN
THIS MANUAL
Hook switch. The part of the phone that pops up to activate the
phone line when the handset is lifted from the base.
Off-hook. The phone is in active mode when the handset is off
the base cradle or the SPEAKER feature is on.
On-hook. The phone is in standby mode when the handset is on
the base cradle.
install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
‡Never touch un-insulated telephone wires or terminals, unless
the telephone line has been disconnected at the network
interface.
‡Install or modify telephone lines with caution.
‡Never install telephone to operate in wet or damp locations.
SETTING LOCAL AREA CODE
‡Never
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Low battery indicator
Morning
Voice mail
Month
Day
Hour
Afternoon
Minutes
OR
Speakerphone
The area code prior to an incoming number will be removed from
the caller ID display if it matches with the area code you set.
Your Caller ID phone uses 3 AA-Size alkaline batteries for receiving
and storing Caller ID records and storing the number.
SETTING LONG DIST CODE
Phone
number display
Name display
OR
Ringer Volume Switch
BATTERY
1. If the telephone line cord is connected, disconnect it from the
base unit.
2. Carefully turn the phone over, use a pen or paper clip to loosen
the battery cover. Open the battery compartment by pushing
on the battery cover and sliding it away from the unit.
3. Insert 3 AA-size alkaline batteries (not included) as shown on
the engraving in the battery
compartment.
4. Snap the battery compartment
door back into place.
5. Reconnect the telephone
line cord to the base.
Enter your area code
Mute Mic Repeat New CID Call-log
Number
INSTALLING AND REPLACING THE BATTERIES
IMPORTANT: If you are not going to use the telephone
for more than 30 days, remove the batteries.
Enter your long
distance code
Display
Up
Menu
Delete
Store
M1
M2
SETTING LANGUAGE
Down button
button
button
button
button
button
button
Dial back button
Mute button
Flash button
M4 button
M3 button
OR
OR
Select Language
SETTING FLASH TIME
100/300/1000/600
INSTALLING THE PHONE
Your phone should be placed on a level surface, such as a desk or
table top, or you can mount it on a wall.
1. Connect the handset.
2. Connect the telephone
line.
OR
OR
Select timing
Redial/Pause button
Speaker Volume button
OR
Speaker button
Microphone
SETTING TONE/PULSE
SETTING THE PHONE
WALL MOUNTING
1. Rotate the wall mounting knob as shown below:
NOTE: Program the following settings before using the
phone.
There are 6 options to set:
OR
OR
Select Tone or Pulse
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PHONE OPERATION
DELETING All OUTGOING NUMBER
RECEIVING A PHONE CALL
A- Ringer Volume Switch
CASE 1
Answer Call
End Call
Answer Call
Ringing
Press and
hold 3 seconds
CALLER ID FEATURES
Caller ID (CID) is a service provided by your local telephone
company. You have to subscribe this service from your local
telephone company before you can use it. This unit can receive
caller ID without any setting. Your caller ID information may
include the phone number, name,date and time.
CASE 2
Assigned
characters
key
1
PQRS7
ABC2
TUV8
DEF3
WXYZ9
End Call
CASE 1
OR
GHI4
TONE
JKL5
0
Select Memory Location
Press and hold
3 seconds
MNO6
CASE 4
OR
Answer Call
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
STORING A TELEPHONE NUMBER
The number shown will be dialed
M1/M2/M3/M4
OR
CASE 2
End Call
OR
Select the caller number
MAKING A PHONE CALL
CASE 1
Dial number
The number shown
will be dialed
OR
Dial Number
Input Name
The number shown will be dialed
STORING AN INCOMING CALL NUMBER
OR
OR
OR
Dial number
Select the number
Memory Location
Select the number
In PULSE dialing mode, press [*] button to switch to TONE dialing.
REDIAL
DELETING ALL CALLER ID NUMBER
OR
Confirm
number storing
Input Name
CASE 1
OR
OR
The number shown will be dialed
Press and
hold 3 seconds
STORING AN OUTGOING NUMBER INTO MEMORY
REVIEWING OUTGOING NUMBERS
M1/M2/M3/M4
OR
CASE 2
Select the number
Memory Location
OR
Last number redial
MUTE
Press the MUTE button to mute a call, when MUTE is on, the
MUTE indicator will show on the screen.
Press the MUTE button again to resume normal conversation.
SPEAKER VOLUME LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
User may adjust speakerphone volume level during conversation
by pressing the VOL button.
RINGER VOLUME LEVEL
Use the ringer volume switch indicated as A on the picture shown
below to select the ringer volume from HI or LOW.
DIAL BACK AN OUTGOING NUMBER
OR
The Phone Does Not Ring
• You may have too many extension phones on one line. Try to
unplug some extension phones.
GENERAL PRODUCT CARE
OR
Select Caller ID number
No Display
• Replace the batteries.
• Check for proper battery installation.
Incoming or Outgoing Voice Volume is Low
• Make sure no other phone on the same line is off hook at the
same time as it will influence the voice volume.
• Check the handset receiver or speaker volume.
M1/M2/M3/M4
P=>T DIAL MODE
No Dial Tone
• Check all connections are secure and not damaged.
• Make sure the hook switch is fully extended when the handset
is lifted from the cradle.
The Telephone Does Not Display Caller ID information
• Make sure you have subscribed to caller ID service from your
local telephone company.
• Depending on telephone company, the caller ID information
may not display until the second ring of an incoming call.
NOTE: Press the
button to display different dialing
options of a caller ID number.
DELETING A CALLER ID NUMBER
CASE 2
Memory Location
Add number prior to
the selected number
OR
OR
OR
M1/M2/M3/M4
OR
Select the caller number
Ringing
Select a memory location to display
the name and number
OR
DIAL BACK A CALLER ID NUMBER
Answer Call
M1/M2/M3/M4
OR
DELETING A MEMORY LOCATION
OR
CASE 3
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CHECK CONTENT OF MEMORY LOCATION
Assigned
characters
key
Reviewing
incoming call log
Ringing
OR
CHARACTER TABLE
REVIEWING INCOMING CALLS
End Call
OR
Memory Location
A
Ringing
M1/M2/M3/M4
CASE 2
OR
Confirm
number storing
DIALING A MEMORY LOCATION
The number shown will be dialed
DELETING AN OUTGOING NUMBER
Input Name
M1/M2/M3/M4
CASE 1
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OR
To keep your phone in good operating condition, follow these
guidelines:
• Avoid placing it near heating appliances and devices that generate electrical noise (for example. motors or fluorescent lamps).
• DO NOT expose to direct sunlight or moisture.
• Avoid dropping and other rough treatment to the unit.
• Clean with a soft cloth.
• Never use a strong cleaning agent or abrasive powder because
this will damage the unit.
• Retain the original packaging in case you need to ship it at a
later date.
Used equipment must be disposed of in compliance
with current environment protection regulations.
You should return it to your reseller or dispose of it
in an approved recycling center.
Memory Location
OR
OR
Model ALCATEL T60-EX
A/W No.: 10000452 Rev.2 (EN)
12-44
Printed in China
www.alcatel-home.com
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