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6402 and 6402D Telephones
User’s Guide
Contents
The 6402 and 6402D Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Headsets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Headpieces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Call-Handling Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Getting Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Selecting a Personalized Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Selected Voice Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
How to Access a Voice Feature on the 6402
and 6402D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Using the Display on the 6402D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Desktop Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Wall Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Removing the Telephone Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Installing the Telephone Number Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Tones and Their Meaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Line and Feature Button Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
555-230-738
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Issue 3
April 1999
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HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY
This telephone is Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC) and thus all units have “HAC”
printed on them.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR SYSTEM’S SECURITY
You are responsible for the security of your system. Lucent Technologies does
not warrant that this product is immune from or will prevent unauthorized use
of common-carrier telecommunication services or facilities accessed through
or connected to it. Lucent Technologies will not be responsible for any charges
that result from such unauthorized use. Product administration to prevent
unauthorized use is your responsibility and your system manager should read
all documents provided with this product to fully understand the features
available that may reduce your risk of incurring charges.
TRADEMARKS
DEFINITY and AUDIX are registered trademarks of Lucent Technologies.
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European Union Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) and
the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC).
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IMPORTANT USER SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
The most careful attention has been devoted to quality standards in the
manufacture of your new telephone. Safety is a major factor in the design of
every set. But, safety is YOUR responsibility too.
Please read carefully the helpful tips listed below and on the next page. These
suggestions will enable you to take full advantage of your new voice terminal.
Then, retain these tips for later use.
! CAUTION:
This telephone is NOT for residential use. It is for business systems
applications ONLY. It will NOT operate on public networks. It MUST
BE connected to a DEFINITY Enterprise Communications Server.
Use in a residential environment could result in an electrical short
circuit when the telephone wiring is set up to provide other
applications, for example, for appliance control or power
transformers. The AC power used in these applications may create a
safety hazard by placing a direct short circuit across the telephone
wiring.
Use
When using your telephone equipment, the following safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to
persons.
• Read and understand all instructions.
• Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the telephone.
• This telephone can be hazardous if immersed in water. To avoid the
•
•
possibility of electric shock, do not use it while you are wet. If you
accidentally drop the telephone into water, do not retrieve it until you have
first unplugged the line cord from the modular wall jack. Then, call service
personnel to ask about a replacement.
Avoid using the telephone during electrical storms in your immediate area.
There is a risk of electric shock from lightning. Urgent calls should be
brief. Even though protective measures may have been installed to limit
electrical surges from entering your business, absolute protection from
lightning is impossible.
If you suspect a natural gas leak, report it immediately, but use a
telephone away from the area in question. The telephone’s electrical
contacts could generate a tiny spark. While unlikely, it is possible that this
spark could ignite heavy concentrations of gas.
• Never push objects of any kind into the equipment through housing slots
•
since they may touch hazardous voltage points or short out parts that
could result in a risk of electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
telephone. If liquid is spilled, however, refer servicing to proper service
personnel.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this telephone.
There are no user serviceable parts. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to hazardous voltages. Incorrect reassembly can cause
electric shock when the telephone is subsequently used.
Service
1. Before cleaning, unplug the telephone from the modular wall jack.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
2. Unplug the telephone from the modular wall jack. Be sure to refer
servicing to qualified service personnel when these conditions exist:
— If liquid has been spilled into the telephone.
— If the telephone has been exposed to rain or water.
— If the telephone has been dropped or the housing has been
damaged.
— If you note a distinct change in the performance of the telephone.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
!
When you see this warning symbol on the product, refer
to this instructions booklet packed with the product for
more information before proceeding.
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the company.
The 6402 and 6402D Telephones
There are two 6402 telephones: the basic 6402 telephone and the 6402D,
which has a 2-line, 16-character display. Familiarize yourself with the features
on the 6402 and 6402D telephone, shown in Figure 1 below.
Note: The 6402 and 6402D telephones are exactly the same except for the
display which appears only on the 6402D.
1
12
Tel #
2
11
Spkr
Feature
Hold
10
Redial
Trnsfr
Conf
Test
Ring
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
1
4
2
5
7
8
*
O
3
4
5
3
6
6
9
#
7
8
9
FIGURE 1 The 6402D Telephone
The following features correspond to the numbers in Figure 1.
1) Display — available only on the
6402D
7) Volume control button
2) Feature button
8) Message light — labeled
3) Hold button
9) Tray handle
4) Transfer/Test button)
10) Redial button
5) Conf/Ring button
11) Speaker button
6) Dial pad
12) Handset
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Headsets
Headsets for 6400 Series telephones allow one-touch hands-free operation.
To answer a call, press Feature and then the dial pad key on which the
Headset feature is administered. (For more information on using Feature and
the dial pad keys to access features, see “Voice Features” later in this
manual.) To disconnect, press Feature again and then the dial pad key on
which the Headset feature is administered.
Headsets consist of a headpiece (1 in Figure 2 below) and modular base
unit (2). The base unit plugs into the Handset jack (3).
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
O
#
Volume
FIGURE 2 The Headset Attached to a 6402D Telephone
Headpieces
The following headpieces can be used with these telephones:
— Mirage® — Receiver fits over either ear. Not for noisy environments.
— StarSet® — Eartip fits in ear canal.
— Supra® Monaural — Adjustable headband and soft ear cushion.
— Supra Monaural Noise-Canceling (NC) — Same as above with
noise-canceling microphone that reduces background noise transmission
by up to 75 percent.
— Supra Binaural — Sound in both ears.
— Supra Binaural Noise-Canceling (NC) — Same as above with
noise-canceling microphone on flexible boom; features windscreen and
reduces background noise transmission by up to 75 percent.
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Note: The privacy of the Whisper Page announcement cannot be
guaranteed when telephones have modular base units other than the
M10L-8400 plugged into the Handset jack. The M10L-8400
(Comcode: 407639715; PEC: 3122-022) is the only modular base unit
that should be used for the 6400 Series terminals. For more
information, see the instructions for the Whisper Page feature in the
Voice Features section.
Call-Handling Features
Conference
The Conference feature allows you to conference up to six parties (including
yourself) on a call.
To add another party to a call (for a total of six parties)
1. Press
Conf
.
2. Dial the number of the new party and wait for an answer.
3. When you want to add the new person, press
Conf
again.
4. Repeat Steps 1 through 3 for additional conference connections.
To add a call you have put on hold to another call you are
connected to
1. Press
Conf
.
2. Press and then release the switchhook.
3. Press
Conf
again.
Hold
The Hold feature puts a call on hold until you can return to it.
To keep a call on hold while you answer another call or perform another
task
1. Press
Hold
.
To answer a new call while active on another
1. Press
Hold
.
2. To be connected to the incoming call, press and then release the
switchhook.
To return to the held call
1. Press and then release the switchhook again.
Note: If your telephone is connected to DEFINITY Release 7.1 or a later
release and if there is only one call on hold at your telephone, you can
transfer the call or initiate a conference call by pressing Trnsfr or
Conf
without first returning to the held call.
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Redial
The Redial (or Last Number Dialed) feature automatically redials the last
extension or outside number you dialed.
To redial the last number that you dialed
1. Press
Redial
.
The redialed number can be an outside number (up to 24 digits), an extension,
or a trunk or feature access code.
Speaker (Listen-Only)
Note: The Speaker feature allows you to place calls or access other features
without lifting the handset. However, in order to speak to the other
party, you must use the handset.
To place a call without lifting the handset or for any listening-only
feature (such as monitoring a call on which you have been put on hold)
1. Press
Spkr
.
2. Place a call or access the selected feature.
3. Adjust the speaker volume if necessary:
To raise the volume, press the right half of the Volume control button
labeled
; to lower the volume, press the left half of the Volume
control button labeled
. If you have a display, it shows the volume
level:
->>>>>>
+
To change from the speaker to the handset
1. Lift the handset and talk.
To change from the handset to the speaker
1. While the handset is off-hook, press
Spkr
.
You can now hang up the handset (within 10 seconds) and the call will
remain active on the speaker. However, in order to talk to the other
party, you must use the handset.
To end a call (while the handset is on-hook and only the speaker is
active)
1. With the handset on-hook, press
4
Spkr
.
Test
The Test feature allows you to test the lights on your telephone and the
display, if the telephone has one.
To test the lights and display on the telephone
1. While on-hook, press and hold down
Trnsfr
.
The lights go on steadily, and, if your telephone has a display, all the
display segments fill in.
2. To end test, release
Trnsfr
.
Lights return to normal operation.
Note: If the display or the lights do not respond during the test, notify your
system manager.
Transfer
The Transfer feature allows you to transfer a call from your telephone to
another extension or outside number.
To send the present call to another extension
1. Press
Trnsfr
.
2. Dial the number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. Remain on the line and announce the call. (If the line is busy or if there
is no answer, you can return to the held call by pressing and then
releasing the switchhook.)
4. Press
Trnsfr
again to complete the transfer.
5. Hang up.
Note: If your telephone is connected to DEFINITY Release 6.3.2 or a later
release, your administrator may have chosen Transfer-on-Hang-up. In
this case, you can transfer a call by pressing Trnsfr , dialing the
number to which the call is to be transferred, and then hanging up.
To cancel an attempted transfer, press and release the switchhook or
press Feature and then the dial pad key on which the Drop feature is
administered.
Getting Messages
Message
Your Message light goes on when a caller has left a message for you.
For directions on retrieving your messages, see your system manager.
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Selecting a Personalized Ring
Select Ring
The Select Ring feature allows you to choose your own personalized ringing
pattern for your telephone from among eight different patterns.
To select a personalized ringing pattern
1. While on-hook, press
Conf
.
Current ringing pattern plays and repeats every three seconds.
2. Continue to press (and then release)
ringing patterns.
Conf
to cycle through all eight
3. If you want to save the ringing pattern currently being played, do not
press Conf anymore. You will hear the selected ringing pattern two
more times, and then it will be automatically saved.
You will hear a confirmation tone (two rising tones) and your new
ringing pattern is set.
Note: If you go off-hook, receive a call, or lose power while selecting a
ringing pattern, the process is interrupted and you must start again.
Selected Voice Features
How to Access a Voice Feature on the 6402 and 6402D
When you want to use one of the voice features on the 6402 or 6402D
telephone, you can access the feature in one of two ways:
• You can access up to 12 features by pressing
Feature and then the dial
pad key (1 through 9, or 0, * or #) that corresponds with that feature.
These features are administered on your telephone by your system
manager. (The red light next to Feature goes on steadily when the button
is pressed to let you know that your dial pad is now in the Feature
selection mode.)
For example, if the Send All Calls feature is assigned to F1, you can press
Feature , then dial 1
in order to use this feature. If you have
programmed your home number on an Abbreviated Dialing button
assigned to F*, you can press Feature and then press * on your dial pad
whenever you want to use this AD button.
Note: As your system manager assigns features to the Feature Directory slots
(1 through 9, 0, *, and #), be sure to write the feature on the Feature
Directory card (shown in Figure 3) in the tray located under the base of
the telephone. This directory list provides a convenient quick reference
for the 12 features programmed on the dial pad.
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FEATURES ADMINISTERED ON
6402 DIAL PAD
Dial
Pad
Key
Feature Administered
on that Key
1
2
3
4
FIGURE 3 The 6402 and 6402D Telephone Feature Directory
• Features other than those assigned to your Feature Directory can be
accessed by simply dialing a 1-, 2-, or 3-digit feature access code, without
using Feature . Your system manager can supply those access codes for
you. You may write feature codes on the Feature Access Code quick
reference list in the tray located under the base of the telephone.
Abbreviated Dialing (AD)
The Abbreviated Dialing (AD) feature allows you to store selected telephone
numbers for quick and easy dialing. Each number can be a complete or
partial telephone number, an extension number, or a trunk or feature access
code. Abbreviated Dialing offers four possible types of lists — Personal,
Group, System, and Enhanced, and you can have a total of three lists. (Of
these three lists, you can have only one System List and one Enhanced List.)
You program numbers on a Personal List; numbers on Group Lists are
programmable by the controller of the list; System Lists and Enhanced Lists
are programmable only by the system manager.
To program/reprogram an AD entry on your Feature Directory
Note: The system manager must program a feature button as an AD
button before you can program a number onto it.
Note: If your telephone is connected to DEFINITY Release 6.2 or
earlier release, there is a 10-second time limit between your
going off-hook and entering the first digit of an AD button, and
then a 10-second time limit between each digit. If you hear
intercept tone while you are programming the button, you have
exceeded the time limit and you must begin again.
1. While off-hook, press Feature , then the dial pad key assigned to the
AD Program feature
OR, while off-hook, dial the Program access code. [dial tone]
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2. Press
Feature
, then the dial pad key you wish to program. [dial tone]
For example, to store a number in AD entry F3, press
the 3 dial pad key.
Feature
, then
3. Dial the outside number, extension, or feature access code you want to
store (up to 24 digits).
4. Press
#
[confirmation tone, then dial tone]
.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 to program additional buttons.
6. Hang up to end programming.
To place an AD call from your Feature Directory
1. While off-hook, press Feature , then the dial pad key which
corresponds with the AD number you wish to call. [ringback tone]
For example, to call the number stored as AD entry F3, press
then press the 3 dial pad key.
Feature
,
To program or reprogram a Personal List item
1. On a separate sheet of paper, write down the outside numbers,
extensions, and/or feature access codes you want to program as items
on your Personal List(s).
2. While off-hook, dial the Abbreviated Dialing Program access code.
[dial tone]
3. Dial the Personal List number (1, 2, or 3)..
[dial tone]
4. Dial the list item (1, 2, 3...). (See your system manager for the number
of Personal List items you can program.) [dial tone]
5. Dial the number you want to store (up to 24 digits).
6. Press
#
.
[confirmation tone, then dial tone]
Number is stored.
7. Repeat Steps 4 through 6 if you want to program additional items on
the same list. Hang up and begin again at Step 2 if you want to
program items on another personal list.
8. Hang up.
9. Record your personal list items on the Abbreviated Dialing list on the
appropriate card in the tray under the base of the telephone.
To place a call using an AD list button or code
1. Press Feature , then the appropriate dial pad key on which a list access
code is administered.
OR, dial the appropriate AD List code:
List 1 __________
List 2 __________
List 3 __________
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[ringback tone]
2. Dial the desired list item (1, 2, 3...).
Call is automatically dialed.
Note: Keep your own Personal Lists on the cards in the tray under the
base of the telephone. System, Group, and Enhanced lists are
available from your system manager.
Call Forwarding All Calls
The Call Forwarding feature temporarily forwards all your calls to another
extension or to an outside number, depending on your system.
To temporarily redirect all calls to an extension or outside number
1. Press Feature (while off-hook), then the dial pad key on which the Call
Forwarding feature is administered
OR, dial the Call Forward access code (while off-hook). [dial tone]
2. Dial the extension or telephone number where calls will be sent.
[confirmation tone]
3. Hang up.
To cancel Call Forwarding
1. Press Feature (while off-hook), then the dial pad key on which the Call
Forwarding feature is administered [dial tone]
OR, dial the Call Forward cancel code (while off-hook).
[confirmation tone]
Your calls will now ring at your own telephone.
Call Park
The Call Park feature allows you to put a call on hold at your telephone for
retrieval at any extension.
To park a call at your extension (for retrieval at any extension)
1. Press
Trnsfr
.
[dial tone]
2. Dial the Call Park access code.
3. Press
Trnsfr
[confirmation tone]
again.
Call is parked at your extension.
4. Hang up.
To return to a call parked at your extension
1. Dial the Call Park Answer Back code.
2. Dial your own extension number.
[dial tone]
[confirmation tone]
You are reconnected to the call.
To retrieve a parked call at another extension
1. Dial the Call Park Answer Back access code.
2. Dial the extension where the call is parked.
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[dial tone]
[confirmation tone].
Call Pickup
The Call Pickup feature lets you answer a call at your telephone for another
extension in your pickup group.
Note: You can use this feature only if you and the called party have been
assigned to the same pickup group by your system manager.
To answer a call placed to a member of your pickup group when your
telephone is idle
1. Press Feature (while off-hook), then the dial pad key on which the Call
Pickup feature is administered
OR, dial the Call Pickup access code (while off-hook).
You are connected to the ringing call.
To pick up a call when you are already active on another call
Note: Depending on how your system is administered, you may not be able
to use this procedure on your telephone. See your system manager
for more details.
1. Press
Hold
.
Present call is put on hold and the red light next to
Hold
blinks.
2. Press Feature , then the dial pad key on which the Call Pickup feature
is administered
OR, dial the Call Pickup access code.
Called telephone stops ringing and you are connected to the ringing
call.
Note: To return to the held call after completing the call you have
picked up, press and then release the switchhook.
Leave Word Calling
The Leave Word Calling (LWC) feature leaves a message for another
extension to call you back. The called party will be able to dial message
service (for example, an attendant, AUDIX® or other voice mail system, a
covering user, etc.) to retrieve a short, standard message which gives your
name and extension, the date and time you called, and the number of times
you called.
To leave a message after dialing an extension (when your call is not
answered, you hear a coverage or busy tone, or you have been put on
hold)
1. Press Feature , then the dial pad key on which the Leave Word Calling
feature is administered.
[confirmation tone]
Message light goes on at the called telephone (if so equipped).
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To leave a message without ringing an extension
1. Press Feature , then the dial pad key on which the Leave Word Calling
feature is administered
OR, dial the Leave Word Calling access code.
2. Dial the extension.
Message light goes on at the called telephone (if so equipped).
To cancel a Leave Word Calling message
Note: You cannot cancel a message left for an AUDIX subscriber.
1. Press Feature (while off-hook), then the dial pad key on which the
Leave Word Calling Cancel feature is administered
OR, dial the Leave Word Calling cancel code (while off-hook).
2. Dial the extension.
Send All Calls
The Send All Calls feature temporarily sends all your calls to another
extension in the same system.
Note: Before you can use this feature, your system manager must provide a
coverage path for your extension.
To send all calls (except priority calls) immediately to coverage
1. While on-hook, press Feature , then the dial pad key on which the
Send All Calls feature is administered
OR, dial the Send All Calls access code (while off-hook).
[confirmation tone]
To cancel Send All Calls
1. While on-hook, press Feature again, then the dial pad key on which
the Send All Calls feature is administered
OR, dial the Send All Calls cancel code (while off-hook).
[confirmation tone]
Whisper Page
The Whisper Page feature allows you, if you have the appropriate
permissions, to make an announcement to a person at another extension
currently on another call. Only the person at the other extension hears the
announcement; the other person on the call cannot hear the message.
Note: The M10L-8400 is the only modular base unit that should be plugged
into the Handset jack on the 6400 Series telephones. If other modular
base units are used, the Whisper Page announcement may be
overheard by the other person on the call.
To make an important announcement (such as an incoming call) to
someone at another extension busy on another call
1. Lift the handset and press Feature . Then press the dial pad key on
which the Whisper Page feature is administered
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OR, dial the Whisper Page access code.
2. When you hear dial tone, dial the extension of the other person.
The people on the other call hear a beep.
The person whom you have called may activate the Whisper Page
Answer feature by using either the feature access code or by pressing
Feature and then the dial pad key on which the Whisper Answer
feature is administered. This will form a two-party speaking path with
your telephone. The other call is put on hold.
3. Speak with the person you have called.
4. When you are finished, the person whom you called can retrieve the
first call from hold, if he/she is using a 6402 or 6402D, by pressing and
then releasing the switchhook.
Note: A person can block interruptions from the Whisper Page feature
by deactivating the feature with the Whisper Page Off feature.
(This feature can be accessed while off-hook by using the
feature access code or by pressing Feature and then the
Whisper Page Off entry number or * or #.)
Using the Display on the 6402D
Note: The 6402D can be used only with a DEFINITY ECS Release 6.3 or
later.
Note: Only the 6402D telephone has a 2-line by 16-character display. The
basic 6402 telephone does not have a display.
The primary uses for the display on the 6402D telephone are:
• Viewing the time and date, which is the usual display. (See Figure 4.)
• Using the Call Timer or the Timer feature (if administered on your dial pad)
which shows elapsed time on a call. (See Figure 4.)
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0:09:07
Time and date screen
Timer screen
FIGURE 4 Date, Time, and Timer on the 6402D Display
• Viewing call-handling information.
As you dial a telephone number, the individual digits are immediately
shown on the display as you dial them. When you dial an extension, that
number is shown and then replaced by the called party’s name. (If there is
not space for the full name, as many letters of the name as possible will
be shown on the display.)
When a call is received from another extension, the caller’s name is
shown; when a call is received from outside, “OUTSIDE CALL” or a trunk
identifier is shown.
• When you set the handset, speaker, or ringer volume, the display shows
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the volume level.
Note: When a 6400 Series display telephone is initially plugged in or after a
power outage, it can take up to 15 minutes before the time and date
appear on the screen.
Installation
The 6402 and 6402D can be either desk-mounted or wall-mounted. Use the
following directions for installing either telephone. Figure 5 shows the back of
the 6402 and 6402D telephones.
1
2
LINE
3
6
5
4
FIGURE 5 The Bottom of the 6402 and 6402D Telephones
Desktop Installation
Note: You may use the 6400 Series telephones without the desktop stand.
In this case it is suggested that you place small round feet (included in
a plastic bag in the box in which the telephone was packed) on each
corner of the bottom of the telephone housing.
1. Turn the telephone face down on a flat surface.
2. Snap one end of the line cord (D2R or D8W) into the “LINE” jack on the
back of the telephone (shown as 3 in Figure 5).
3. Thread the line cord through the routing channel leading to the top of
the desktop stand (2 in Figure 5). Make sure that the cord is placed
securely under the square tabs in the routing channel.
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4. Snap one end of the coiled handset cord into the Handset jack (5 in
Figure 5). This jack is labeled
. Thread the cord into the channel
leading to the side edge of the voice terminal (4 in Figure 5).
5. Turn the telephone right side up, with the front facing you.
6. Snap the free end of the handset cord into the handset and place the
handset in the cradle.
7. Snap the free end of the line cord into the modular wall jack.
8. Lift the handset and listen for dial tone. If there is no dial tone, check all
wire connections to make sure they are secure.
Wall Installation
Note: For wall-mounting, you will need a 1-foot line cord. This cord is not
supplied with the telephone, but can be ordered by using this
comcode: 103786760.)
If you are wall-mounting the telephone, you should remove the
tray from the base of the telephone. For this purpose, use the
instructions listed under “Removing the Telephone Tray” later in this
guide.
1. Make sure the 8-conductor wall mount plate is in place.
2. Do the following to reverse the handset hook. (The handset retainer is
located under the handset as shown in a in Figure 6.)
—
—
In order to release the handset retainer hook, press down on the hook
and slide it toward the top of the telephone. (See b in Figure 6.)
Rotate the hook 180 degrees (as in c in Figure 6) and then slide it
back into its slot so the bottom part now sticks out from the top. (See
d in Figure 6.) Snap the hook firmly into place.
a.
b.
d.
c.
¾
FIGURE 6 Removing, Rotating, and Replacing the Handset Retainer
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3. Place the telephone face down on a flat surface.
4. Remove the desktop stand which is attached to the base of the
telephone by tabs (shown as 1 in Figure 7) on the top and back of the
stand.
— Press inward on the top of the stand until you can lift the top of the
stand out of the tab slot (shown as 2 in Figure 7) on the back of the
telephone.
— Lift the bottom of the stand out of the lower tab slot(s).
1
2
FIGURE 7 Removing the Desktop Stand
5. Turn the desktop stand so that the larger end is facing down.
6. Reinstall the stand using the tabs and tab slots shown in Figure 7.
7. Snap the line cord into the “LINE” jack in the bottom of the telephone
and coil the excess cord in the back of the deskstand.
8. Snap one end of the coiled handset cord into the Handset jack
(labeled
).
9. Snap the free end of the line cord into the wall jack.
10. Place the base of the telephone on the wall-jack mounting studs,
and pull downward until it is secure. (See Figure 8.)
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FIGURE 8 Placing the Telephone on the Wall Jack Mounting Studs
11. Snap the free end of the handset cord into the handset and place the
handset in the cradle.
Note: The handset hook you repositioned will hold the handset in place.
12. Lift the handset and listen for dial tone. If there is no dial tone, check all
wire connections to make sure they are secure.
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Removing the Telephone Tray
You may wish to remove the tray from the base of the telephone, especially if
you are wall-mounting the telephone. See Figure 9 for further help.
1. Pull the tray from the base of the telephone as far as it will go.
2. Using your thumb, press down on the center of the tray.
3. Continue to pull the tray until it is completely separated from the base.
1
2
3
FIGURE 9 Removing the Tray from the Base of the Telephone
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Installing the Telephone Number Card
Use the telephone number card (labeled Tel No.) to write your telephone
number or extension.
To label and install the telephone number card on your 6402 or 6402D
telephone
1. Print your phone number or extension on the Tel. no. card.
2. Crease the perforated edges of the station number card and separate
the telephone number card along the perforations.
3. Remove the telephone number card cover (located above Spkr ,
Feature , and
Hold by applying pressure toward the other end of the
cover. See Figure 10.
4. Place the completed telephone number card into the number card
holder, the area from which you removed the telephone number card
cover.
5. Replace the telephone number card cover by inserting one end into its
slot. Then, slightly flex the plastic and slip the other end into its slot.
Tel #:
Tel #
Spkr
Featu
re
Hold
FIGURE 10 Removing and Reinstalling the Telephone Number
Card Cover
Note: You can order additional designation cards in quantities of 25 cards
and 100 cards per package. Use the following comcodes when you
place your order.
25 sheets of designation and telephone number cards:
Comcode: CC847984614
100 sheets of designation and telephone number cards:
Comcode: CC847984622
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Tones and Their Meaning
Note: The tables below describe the defaults for each ringing and feedback
tone. Check with your system manager to verify that the descriptions
in the Meaning column are accurate for your system.
Ringing Tones are produced by an incoming call.
Ringing Tones
Rings
◆
Meaning
1 ring
A call from another extension.
2 rings
A call from outside or from the
attendant.
3 rings
A priority call from another extension, or
from an Automatic Callback call you
placed.
ring-ping
(half-ring)
A call redirected from your telephone to
another because Send All Calls or Call
Forwarding All Calls is active.
Feedback tones are those which you hear through the handset (receiver) or
the speaker.
Feedback Tones
Tones
Meaning
busy
A low-pitched tone repeated 60 times a
minute; indicates the number dialed is in
use.
call waiting
ringback
A ringback tone with lower-pitched signal
at the end; indicates the extension call is
busy, and the called party has been given
a call waiting tone. If you hear this tone,
you may wish to activate Automatic
Callback.
confirmation
Three short bursts of tone; indicates a
feature activation or cancellation has
been accepted.
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Feedback Tones (continued)
Tones
Meaning
coverage
One short burst of tone; indicates your call
will be sent to another extension to be
answered by a covering user.
dial
A continuous tone; indicates dialing can
begin.
intercept/
time-out
An alternating high and low tone; indicates
a dialing error, a denial of the service
requested, or a failure to dial within a
preset interval (usually 10 seconds) after
lifting the handset or dialing the previous
digit.
recall dial
Three short bursts of tone followed by a
steady dial tone; indicates the feature
request has been accepted and dialing
can begin.
reorder
A fast busy tone repeated 120 times a
minute; indicates all trunks are busy.
ringback
A low-pitched tone repeated 15 times a
minute; indicates the number dialed is
being called.
Line and Feature Button Lights
Line and Feature Button Lights
Light
Meaning
Steady red light next to
Feature and next to
Spkr
Blinking red light next to
Hold
The red light next to Feature lets you
know that the dial pad is now in
Feature selection mode. The red light
next to Spkr means that the
one-way speaker is on.
You have put a call on hold. In order to
return to the call, press and then
release the switchhook.
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