Aastra Telecom 8417 Telephone User Manual

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Introduction 2
Emergency Service Feature 2
Unpacking your phone 2
Key Descriptions 3
Basic Installation 5
Making and Answering Calls 8
Making a call 8
Answering a Call 8
Using the Hold Key 8
Making a Handsfree call 8
Muting a handsfree call 9
Using Redial 9
Call Waiting ID 9
Changing the display language 10
Setting the date and time 10
Adjusting the Handset and Speaker volume 10
Adjusting the Ringer Volume 10
Adjusting the Display Contrast 11
Set Indicator Light 11
Directory 12
Saving numbers and names to the Directory 12
Entering Names 13
Making a call from the Directory 13
Finding items in the Directory 13
Deleting items from the Directory 14
Callers List 15
Using the Callers List 15
Finding an item in the Callers List 15
Making a call from the Callers List 15
Editing in the Callers List 15
Memory keys 17
Saving numbers and names into memory keys 17
Viewing memory key contents 17
Labeling the memory keys 18
Making calls from memory keys 18
Deleting memory keys 18
Saving features in memory keys 19
Using feature keys 19
Advanced Features 20
Clear Message Waiting 20
Set Area Code 20
Display Icons and Messages 21
Icons in the Caller List 21
Display messages 21
Troubleshooting 22
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Congratulations..... on the purchase of your 9116 telephone.
This guide contains operating information for your 9116.
The 9116 is an advanced single-line telephone, that offers the following features:
Introduction
Introduction
• Handsfree (speakerphone) with mute capabilities
• 80 name and number Callers List
• Personal Directory for 20 name and number
directory
• 15 speed dial positions for frequently called
numbers or feature access codes
• Last number redial
Emergency Service Feature
The Model 9116 will provide basic telephone service during a power failure. However, only the dial pad, ringer and handset will function. If on a handset call when a
power failure occurs, the Model 9116 will keep the call. Handsfree calls will not be reestablished during a power interruption.
Unpacking your phone
Along with this user guide and the feature card, the following items are included with
your telephone.
Handset cord
Handset
Telephone
Memory key card
and plastic lens
Number card
and plastic lens
Regulatory sheet
Power adaptor
Telephone stand
Telephone line cord
The power adaptor is 9V DC, 300mA - please see the regulatory sheet for safety in structions regarding the power adaptor and operation of the telephone.
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Introduction
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Key Descriptions
Options Key
Movable Display
Navigational Keys
Handset
Opt
Dire
Call
ers
Sav
h
ial
ry
e
Flas
Red
ions
cto
Shif
t
Del
ete
Dia
l
Mu
te
Volume Bar
Dial Pad
8 Memory Keys
Keys
Key Description
Set Indicator
Light
Flashes when the telephone rings, or when a call is on hold; lights
up when a message is waiting or when a feature or extension is in
use. See Set indicator light messages on page 11 for more information.
8 Programmable Keys
Stores a name and number or feature for easy access.
I
Access a list of 5 options to customize the features of your telephone .
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J
S
Key Description
Stores up to 20 names and phone numbers. See Directory on
page 12 for more information.
VW allows you to move up or down in the Directory, Callers
List, Options List and the Redial List. When you are editing entries
on the display, T adds a space when entering or editing names or
numbers U allows you to view multiple messages on the telephone
display or adds a space between characters.
N
Ends an active call. Goodbye exits an open list, such as the Directory, Options or Callers List. It will not hang up a call that is on
hold.
O
Places calls on or off hold. See Using the Hold Key on page 8 for
more information.
R
Sets the handset and speaker volume while on call.
Introduction
Keys
Activates the speaker and microphone so you can listen and talk
Q and
light indicators without using the handset; also mutes the microphone so that your
caller cannot hear you (the light indicator will ßash when the
microphone is muted) .
A
Accesses a list of the last 80 calls received. The list begins with the
newest call and ends with the oldest. The oldest call is automically
deleted to make room for the new calls when the list becomes full.
See Callers List on page 15 for more information
B
Use with the network features such as Call Waiting and Three Way
Calling (ßash is also referred to as link).
C
Displays the last number dialed out on the telephone. See Using
Redial on page 9 for more information.
D
Dials the displayed telephone number, automatically activates the
handsfree mode if the handset is not picked up.
K
Use to store numbers and names in Directory, in memory keys and
to access and save Option feature settings.
L
Removes individual entries in the Directory, or Callers List. Erases
memory key information.
H
Use to access the eight two-touch memory positions.
M
Memory keys store numbers, names and features. See Memory
keys on page 17.
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Basic Installation
1. Connect the Handset
2.Connect the Cords
Attach one end of the coiled handset cord Plug one end of the telephone cord into
on the back of the telephone and the
to the handset and the other end to the
handset port
on the back of the tele- other end to the phone jack.
Connect the small end of the power
phone.
adaptor to the
port on the back of the
Route the handset cord along the groove
telephone, and plug the other end into
leading off the side of the telephone as
an electrical outlet.
shown in the illustration.
1
3. Attach the Stand for Desk Mount
If you plan to mount the telephone on the wall, you do not need to attach the stand.
Lower the stand as shown below into
the slots on the back of the telephone.
Slide the stand in the direction shown
below until it clicks into the locked position.
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7. Mount the telephone on the wall
Route the cords along the groove on the
telephone stand as shown in the illustration.
It is recommended that you use a wallmounting plate which is available
through your telephone company or a
local retailer. You will Þnd it easier to
wall-mount the telephone if you purchase one short 20 cm (8”) telephone
cord and use it in place of the long telephone cord.
Basic Installation
6. Attach the cords to the telephone stand
Coil the telephone cord(s) into the space
provided on the back of the telephone.
Line up the keys on the wall mounting
plate with the key holes on the back of
the telephone.
Place the telephone onto the wall mounting plate, and then push down to secure
the telephone into place.
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8. Insert the number card on your
telephone
9. Insert the Memory key card on your telephone
Write your telephone number on
the number card.
This card contains the feature names for the dedicated keys and label identiÞcation spaces for the
eight programmable memory keys.
Place the number card into the
slot underneath the handset cradle on the on the telephone.
Place the card into the memory key card slot on
the telephone.
Gently bend the clear plastic lens Gently bend the clear plastic lens and place it on
and place it on top of the number top of the memory key card in the slot.
card in the slot.
For more information on programming memory
keys, refer to Memory keys on page 17
To avoid potential electrical shock hazard to personnel or damage
to the telephone, use only the manufacturer-supplied equipment
and installation procedures. SpeciÞcally, use only 4 conductor
modular teledapt plug/cords with this product, and an AC transformer that is CSA/UL or CSA-NRTL/C approved Class 2 level
C, rated as follows:
For North American Markets AC voltage 110-120V, Input: 120VAC,
60Hz, 10W and Output: 9V DC, 300mA.
Substitution of non-approved equipment will void the Aastra
Telecom Inc., warranty. For more information about installation
and safety concerns, call 1-800-574-1611.
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Making a call
With your telephone you can make and answer calls using your handset or Qfor
speakerphone capabilities.
To make a regular call:
1.
Lift the handset or press Q .
2.
Enter the number using the dial pad.
Answering a Call
To answer a call:
1.
Lift the handset or press Q.
When you subscribe to the Caller ID service from your telephone company, Caller ID
information is sent from the telephone company to your 9116 telephone between the
Þrst and second ring. Therefore, if you want the telephone number of the incoming
call to appear on the display and in the Callers List, you must wait until the information appears on the display before answering the telephone.
Making and Answering Calls
Making and Answering Calls
Using the Hold Key
To put a call on hold and take a call off hold:
1.
Make or answer a call.
2.
Press O. The set indicator light will ßash quickly to indicate there is a call on hold.
3.
To retrieve the call, press Oor Q . If you don’t retrieve the call within
15 minutes, the call is automatically dropped.
Note: The 9116 automatically releases a call on hold when a person on an extension
telephone on the same line picks up the call. If you don’t hang up the handset
after you have put a call on hold and that call is picked up by someone at
another extension, the call is taken off hold but remains connected to your telephone. If this happens, any background noise from your area will be heard by
the caller and the person at the other extension.
Making a Handsfree call
You don’t have to use the handset to use your telephone. Instead, you can use Handsfree
mode to place a call, or you can switch to Handsfree mode while a call is in progress.
To dial without picking up the handset:
To switch to a Handsfree call:
1.
Press Q .
1.
Lift the handset.
2.
Enter the number using the dial pad.
2.
Dial a number using the dial pad.
3.
When the call is over, press N.
3.
When the call is answered, press
Q.
4.
Hang up the handset.
5.
When the call is over, press N.
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Muting a handsfree call
You can turn off the microphone so that the caller can’t hear you but you can still hear
the caller. Muting a call only works when you are in Handsfree mode.
To mute a handsfree call:
1.
Press Q.
2.
Without lifting the handset, make a call.
3.
To turn off the microphone, press Q. You can hear your caller but your
caller cannot hear you. The light beside Q ßashes.
4.
To speak to your caller, press Q again. Each time you press Q, you
turn the microphone on or off.
5.
When the call is over, press N.
Using Redial
Pressing Redial displays the last number dialed. When you press C the last
number you called appears on the screen.
To make a call using Redial:
1.
Press C. The display shows the last number you dialed.
2.
Lift the handset or press either Dor Q .
Call Waiting ID†
The 9116 is capable of displaying Caller ID information of a second incoming call
while you have a call in progress. When you are on a call and you hear the Call Waiting tone, the Call Waiting information is displayed as shown below.
Incoming caller's information
(Caller One) is displayed.
CALLER ON
555-1234 E
When you hear the Call Waiting tone,
Caller Two's information is displayed.
CALLER ON
TWO
E
555-12
5634
78
If you decide you want to speak to the new caller, simply press B. Your Þrst call
will not be disconnected. You may switch between callers as often as you like by pressing B. When you press B and see a caller’s IdentiÞcation information but
only hear a dial tone, it means that the caller has hung up. Your second call will be
stored in the Callers List even if it is not answered. For more information about stored
calls, see Callers List on page 15.
† You
must subscribe to your telephone company for the Call Waiting with Calling ID service.
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For changing business requirements, you may wish to change the language of your
display messages and prompts. There are three language choices available for your
telephone (English, French and Spanish).
To change the display language:
1.
Press I. Set Language appears on the display.
2.
Press K. The language indicators E, F ,S appear on the display for English,
French and Spanish. The current selection is indicated by the ßashing letter.
3.
Use U or T to change the selection.
4.
Press K.
Setting the date and time
If you subscribe to the Caller ID service from your telephone company, the date and
time are set automatically after you receive your Þrst incoming call. If you do not subscribe, you must set the date and time manually.
Making and Answering Calls
Changing the display language
To set the date and time:
1.
Press I.
2.
Press V once. Display indicates Set Time/Date.
3.
Press K. Display shows time and date. Use W and V to adjust the ßashing
time and date and T U to move to the next Þeld. To change the AM/PM indicator, adjust the time ahead by 12 hours.
4.
Press K.
To resume the automatic date and time setting (if the date and time has been set manually), disconnect the power supply, then re-connect it. After your Þrst incoming call,
the date and time are automatically set if you subscribe to the Caller ID service from
your telephone company.
Adjusting the Handset and Speaker volume
Press the left or right side of the volume bar R to adjust the volume on the
handset or speaker. The volume remains at the level selected until the next time you
change it.
Adjusting the Ringer Volume
The ringer volume is controlled by a three position switch on the back of the Model
9116. The ringer volume can be set to be off, low or high.
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Adjusting the Display Contrast
The contrast on the display screen can be adjusted as required to compensate for lighting conditions.
To adjust the display contrast:
1.
Press I.
2.
Press W once. Screen displays Set Contras.
3.
Press K. Display shows - ----- +. Use T and U to move the ßashing line
to adjust the contrast to the desired level.
4.
Press K.
Set Indicator Light
The set indicator light, located on the top right hand corner of the Model 9116, ßashes
and illuminates to provide information as follows:
Set indicator light is on.
Extension phone is in use.
Set indicator light ßashes very quickly.
Incoming call.
Set indicator light ßashes quickly.
Line is on hold.
Set indicator light double ßashes.
Message Waiting*.
* You must subscribe to Voce Mail features from your telephone company for this feature to work.
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The 9116 telephone directory can store the names and telephone numbers of up to
twenty of your business associates, clients, contacts, friends and relatives for easy dialing.
Each directory record is numbered and identiÞed by the number appearing in the bottom, right hand corner of the screen display. Names and numbers can be manually
entered into the Directory using the keypad or transferred into the Directory from the
screen display.
Directory
Directory
If all twenty directory records are used, the display will indicate DIRECTORY FULL.
(See Deleting items from the Directory on page 14).
Saving numbers and names to the Directory
To save or edit a number and name:
To save from the display:
1.
Press J. The screen displays
directory record 1. Use the W or
V if this directory record is already
used or you wish to store this entry
under another directory record
number.
1.
Ensure that a number is on the display (for example from the Callers
List).
2.
Press K. The screen prompts you
to enter the phone number you wish
to save.
2.
Press K. The screen shows
3.
Enter the number using the dial pad.
You can enter a maximum of 16 digits. If you need to add a pause (for
example between a telephone number and an access code) press
C and the Pause icon will
appear. To program a number that
uses Flash, press the B key
where required and the Flash icon
will appear.
3.
Press K again. The screen indicates ENTER NAME. If there is already
a name associated with the number
or you do not wish to have a name
with this directory entry, go to the
next step. Use the dialpad to enter
the name if required. See Entering
Names on page 13.
4.
Press K. The screen prompts you
to enter the name you wish to save.
Use the dialpad to enter a name. See
Entering Names on page 13.
4.
Press K again. Display shows
Press K. The display shows
5.
Press K.
6.
Press J. The screen indicates
SAVED: DIRECTORY and the entry is
saved in the next available directory
record.
7.
Press N to exit the Directory.
5.
ENTER NUMBER.
SAVED TO?
SAVED:DIRECTORY.
6.
Press N to exit the Directory.
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Entering Names
You can program names to correspond with numbers you have entered into the Directory or a memory key. The following paragraphs explain how to enter letters using the
dial pad. Before you can use the dial pad to enter names, you must Þrst save or edit a
number in the Directory or memory key.
To program a name, Þnd the dial pad key that has the Þrst character of the name. Keep
watching the display as you press the key until that character appears on the display. Press a
different dial pad key for the next character. If the next character is on the same key, press U
to move to the next space or wait a few seconds and it will automatically advance to the next
space. To insert a space, press U. To backspace and erase a mistake, press Tand L.
For example, to enter the name RUTH press these keys:
‡ ‡ ‡, ° °, U, °, › ›.
If you wish to change a digit or letter after you have entered it, press T to erase it .
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›
‡
•
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GHI4
PQRS7
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fi
°
‚
ABC2
JKL5
TUV8
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£
DEF3
MNO6
W XY Z
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Making a call from the Directory
To make a call from the Directory:
1.
Press J.
2.
Press V or W or use the dial pad to Þnd the item you want to dial out.
3.
Lift the handset or press either Qor D .
4.
To end the call, press N or hang up.
Note: To leave the Directory at any time, press J or N.
Finding items in the Directory
To find items in the Directory:
1.
To see the Directory List heading, press J.
2.
Use the W and V to look at each individual directory entry one at a time.
3.
To leave the Directory at any time, press J or N.
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To delete individual items:
1.
Press J.
2.
Press VWto Þnd the item you want to delete.
3.
Press L twice. The screen indicates EMPTY.
4.
Press N or J to exit the Directory at any time.
Directory
Deleting items from the Directory
To delete all items:
1.
Press J.
2.
Press and hold L until the screen indicates DELETE ALL?
3.
Press Lagain to conÞrm deletion of the entire Directory.
4.
Press N.
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Callers List†
Using the Callers List
The 9116 telephone stores up to 80 calls in the Callers List. Your telephone logs the
number (and name if available) of the caller, when they last called, and the number of
times they tried to reach you. When the Callers List is full, the oldest call records are
deleted to accommodate the information of new callers. See Callers List display
messages on page 21 for a description of the display messages.
If the telephone number of the incoming call matches a number that you have programmed with a name in a memory key or the Directory, the Callers List shows the
name you have saved in the memory key or Directory, and the number.
Finding an item in the Callers List
To find items in the Callers List:
1.
Press A. The display shows the most recent caller record.
2.
Press V to view other caller records one at a time starting from the second
most recent caller. To view from the oldest caller record to the most recent press
W. The screen may display END OF LIST but continue to press W to see the
oldest call record.
3.
Press A or Nto leave the callers list.
Making a call from the Callers List
To dial a number in the Callers List:
1.
Press A. The display shows the most recent caller record.
2.
Find the caller record you wish to dial to.
3.
Lift the handset or press either Q or D.
4.
To end the call, press Nor hang up.
If you call a number from the Callers List and you don’t get connected, you may have
to edit the number (for example, the number may be long distance and you may have
to add “1”).
Editing in the Callers List
Note that you cannot save changes made to a phone number in the Callers List. If you
plan to dial the number again, it is recommended that the number be saved in the
Directory or Memory Key Þrst so that changes can be saved for redialing purposes.
Tip: If you frequently have to remove area codes to return local calls, use the Area
Codes option to avoid this situation. See Set area code, page 20 , for more
information.
† You
must subscribe to your telephone company for the Caller ID service.
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1.
Press A.
2.
Press WV keys to Þnd the Caller record you wish to edit.
3.
Press K.The screen indicates ENTER NUMBER for about one second and the Þrst
digit of the telephone number ßashes to indicate the position of the cursor.
4.
Use the dial pad to add digits. Added digits will appear to the left of the cursor.
Press L to erase a digit and all digits to the right of the cursor will move one
position to the left. To add a pause press C. To add a Flash feature to a
number, press B.
5.
To dial the edited number, immediately lift the handset or press D or
Q as soon as editing of the number is complete.
6.
To save the edited number in the Directory rather than dialing it, go to step 4
below.
Callers List
To edit a number in the Callers List:
To copy a number from the Callers List to the Directory or to a memory key:
1.
Press A.
2.
Press WV keys to Þnd the Caller record you wish to copy.
3.
Press K. The screen indicates ENTER NUMBER.
4.
Press K again.The screen indicates ENTER NAME. If there is already a name
associated with the number or you do not wish to have a name with this entry,
go to the next step. Otherwise, use the dialpad to enter the name. See Entering
Names on Page 13..
5.
Press K. Display shows SAVED TO?.
6.
Press J to save the Caller Record in the next available directory record.
The screen indicates SAVED: DIRECTORY.
7.
To save to a memory key rather than the Directory, press a memory key position
(or H plus a memory key) and the screen shows SAVED: MEMORY KEY.
Deleting from the Callers List
To delete a number in the Callers List:
To delete all numbers in the Callers List:
1.
Press A.
1.
Press A.
2.
Press the WV to Þnd the Caller
Record you wish to delete.
2.
Press and hold L until the display indicates DELETE ALL?
3.
Press L twice very quickly to
delete the record.
3.
Press L again and the display
brießy will indicate NO CALLS.
4.
Press A or N to exit the
Callers List or simply wait a few seconds and the phone automatically
exits the Callers List.
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Memory keys
Saving numbers and names into memory keys
You can save up to 15 speed dial numbers and names of your customers, business associates, or anyone you call frequently in 9116’s eight memory keys. You can store more numbers and names in the Directory. See the Directory on page 12 for more information.
To save or edit a number and name in a memory key:
1.
For a one touch memory key, press any of the seven lower memory keys. The
screen will show EMPTY or whatever name and number have already been programmed into the memory key. For a two touch memory key, press the H
(display will show SHIFT) and then one of the memory keys.
2.
Press K. Display indicates ENTER NUMBER.
3.
Enter the number using the dialpad. You can enter up to 16 digits. To add a
pause to a number, press C. To add Flash to a number, press B.
4.
Press K. Display indicates ENTER NAME. If you do not wish to add a name for
the Memory key, go to the next step. To add a name, use the dialpad. See page
14, Entering Names.
5.
Press K. The display shows SAVED: MEMORY KEY.
Note: You can also program a memory key by copying a caller record in the Callers
List. See page 16, To copy from the Callers List.
Viewing memory key contents
To view an item in the memory key:
1.
Press the memory key or the H plus the memory key to view the contents of
that key.
2.
Display screen will show any number and name programmed to that key. Display will brießy indicate EMPTY.
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Your Memory key card has label identiÞcation spaces (shaded in grey) for each of the
eight programmable memory keys. Write the name of the autodialer or feature on
these spaces when you program a memory key.
Memory keys
Labeling the memory keys
Opti
Dire
cto
Save
o ns
ry
Dele
te
Shift
Making calls from memory keys
To call from a memory key:
To predial from a memory key:
1.
Lift the handset or press Q or
D.
1.
Press the memory key, or H plus
the memory key to obtain the number you wish to dial.
2.
Press the memory key, or H plus
the memory key to obtain the number you wish to dial.
2.
Lift the handset or press either
D or Q.
Deleting memory keys
To delete a memory key:
1.
To see its contents, press the memory key.
2.
To erase, press Ltwice.
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Saving features in memory keys†
For easy access, you can save the feature codes of telephone company services in your
memory keys. This works well with network features such as Call Forwarding and
Call Return. Some features require an On and Off code in two separate keys, while
other features are stored on only one key. The following procedures show you how to
save both an On and Off code.
To save a Feature On code:
To save a Feature Off code:
1.
Press the memory key where you
want to save the number.
1.
Press the memory key where you
want to save the number.
2.
Press K.
2.
Press K.
3.
Enter the telephone company feature code for turning the feature on.†
3.
Enter the telephone company feature code for turning the feature off.†
Read the display to conÞrm the number.
Read the display to conÞrm the number.
4.
Press K.
4.
Press K.
5.
Enter the feature name using the dial
pad. (See Entering Names on
page 13.)
5.
Enter the feature name using the dial
pad. (See Entering Names on
page 13.)
6.
Press K.
6.
Press K.
7.
Label the memory key.
7.
Label the memory key.
†Note:
Contact your telephone company for the appropriate feature codes.
Using feature keys
When a memory key is programmed with a feature code, you can use the memory key
to activate or deactivate the feature.
To turn a feature on or off:
†
1.
Press the memory key where you stored the desired feature. The display shows
the feature name and code.
2.
Lift the handset or press either D or Q .
The feature code is dialed out, which turns the feature on or off.
You must subscribe to your telephone company for Custom Calling Features.
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Clear Message Waiting
On occasion, the display will indicate MESSAGE WAITING even though there are no messages in your Voice Mail service. You can use the following procedures to clear the
display.
To clear Message Waiting indication:
1.
Press I.
2.
Press V button twice. Screen shows MESSAGE WAITING.
3.
Press K. Screen indicates CLR MSG WAITING?
4.
Press L.
Advanced Features
Advanced Features
Set Area Code
The 9116 allows you to save one up to three digit area code that will be stripped when
dialing a number from the Callers List.. For example, if you enter your own area code
using this option, any Callers List entries with your same area code will be dialed as a
seven digit number, even though they will appear on the display with the area code
showing. For example, let’s assume your area code was 111, and you set this area
code using this option. Any number in the Callers List with the same 111 area code
would be dialed out from the Callers List as a seven digit number, without dialing the
area code. Note that the number would still appear in the Callers List and on the display with the full number, but when dialed would appear on the Þrst line of the display screen as a seven digit number.
To set the area code:
1.
Press I.
2.
Press V three times. Display shows SET AREA CODE.
3.
Press K. Display indicates three positions - - -.
4.
Use V and W to select a digit. Use T and U to move to the next position.
5.
Press K.
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Display Icons and Messages
The Model 9116 telephone has a three-line display that uses both icons and text messages to supply call information.
Icons in the Callers List
Voice message waiting†
Phone is not in use
Phone is in use
Incoming call
Incoming call waiting
call†
†This
service may have a different name in
your area. Contact your telephone company
for information.
Display messages
Here are some common screen display messages. For more information on other
display messages, check the appropriate section of this user guide when using the
telephone.
Message
XX NEW CALL
DIRECTORY FULL
MESSAGE WAITING
EMPTY
END OF LIST
DELETE ALL?
ENTER NUMBER
PRIVATE CALL
What it means
XX new calls have been added to the Callers List since
last checked.
All locations in the Directory are used.
Voice message waiting.
No item stored in the Memory key.
You are at the end of the Callers List.
Prompt to delete all Directory or Callers List entries.
Prompt to enter a telephone number for saving in Directory
or Memory Key.
Caller has requested their caller information to be suppressed.
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The display is in the alternate language.
See page 10 for instructions to change the display language.
The cursor doesn’t move when saving in the Directory.
The number or name is too long. Numbers and names can be no longer than 16
characters.
There is no information on the display and the ringer volume is low.
Make sure the power adaptor is plugged in to a working electrical outlet.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
I cannot hear a caller.
Make sure the handset cord is inserted securely into the jack and make sure the
receiver volume is high enough.
The power is out and the display is blank.
The 9116 still operates as a regular telephone during a power failure. You can dial
using the dial pad and you can receive calls, but the other keys and the display do not
operate until the power is restored.
The telephone wobbles.
Check that the handset cord is placed in the channel between the stand and the
telephone. See the illustration on page 6.
I cannot program a memory key.
Some of the memory keys may be factory-programmed. These keys are locked and
cannot be erased or reprogrammed.
Callers are not identified on the display.
Let the telephone ring at least twice before answering. If that doesn’t work, you may
not have a Calling Line IdentiÞcation† service. To subscribe, contact your local
telephone company.
The Callers List is empty.
Until you subscribe to Calling Line IdentiÞcation† service, your telephone does not
record incoming calls. Also, the Call Log option may be set to log no calls.
I cannot dial a number in the callers list.
The caller may have an unknown number.
The display is blank on my phone.
Check that the power adapter is connected to the phone, and that the phone is connected to a working outlet. You can test the outlet with another device, such as a lamp.
How do I answer Call Waiting?
To answer a Call Waiting call, press B. You may have to subscribe to a Call Waiting† service to use this feature.
† This
service may have a different name in your area. Contact your telephone company for information.
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A
L
Answering a call 8
Area codes 20
Language
see Display language 10
Letters
entering 13
Lights
set indicator light messages 11
C
Call Waiting Identification 9
Callers List 15
deleting in 16
editing 15, 16
finding items 15
making a call 15
copying to the Directory or a memory
key 16
Calling
from a memory key 18
from the Callers List 15
from the Directory 13
M
Memory keys 17
deleting 18
editing 18
labeling 18
making calls from 18
saving features 19
saving numbers and names 17
Mute 9
D
N
Date and time 10
automatic 10
setting 10
Deleting
Directory items 14
items in the Callers List 16
memory keys 18
Directory 12
deleting items 14
entering names 13
finding items 13
making a call 13
saving numbers and names 12
Display
contrast 11
language changing 10
messages 21
Names entering 13
E
Editing
the Callers List 15, 16
the Directory 12
H
Handsfree 8
Hold 8
O
Options 10, 11, 20
R
Redial 9
S
Saving
feature codes to memory keys 19
from Callers List
to Directory or memory key 16
Set indicator light messages 11
Setting
date and time 10
ring tone and volume 10
T
Troubleshooting 22
V
Voice Mail 11, 21
Volume 10
handset 10
ringer 10
speaker 10
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GENERAL INQUIRIES
If you have read the guide and you still have questions, call 1-800-574-1611 in Canada and the USA. In
other areas, contact your telephone company.
© Aastra Telecom Inc., 2003
41-0038-00 Rev 01
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