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User Manual (Part 2)
2.4 GHz Cordless
Telephone/Clock Radio
E2120
with Caller ID & Call Waiting
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User Manual (Part 2)
2.4 GHz Cordless
Telephone/Clock Radio
E2120
with Caller ID & Call Waiting
Table of contents
Getting Started
Phone Directory
Quick reference guide ........................2
Parts checklist .......................................4
Before you begin ..................................5
Telephone base installation................6
Battery installation & charging ..........7
Belt clip & optional headset...............8
About the phone directory .............20
New phone directory entries .........21
Phone directory search ....................22
To dial, change or delete entries ...23
Caller ID Logs
How Caller ID works .......................24
To review your call log.....................25
Telephone Operation
Basic operation .....................................9
Options while on calls ......................10
Handset locator .................................11
Handset settings.................................12
Appendix
Screen icons, indicator lights & tones...26
In case of difficulty .............................27
Technical specifications ....................28
Clock Radio Operation
Index .....................................................29
Clock radio features .........................14
To set the clock .................................15
To set the wakeup alarm .................16
To turn off the wakeup alarm.........17
Using the radio ...................................18
Setting the sleep timer......................19
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Getting Started
Quick reference guide
Handset
Select/Menu
V CID
Press to display menu, or to select
highlighted item from menu.
Press to scroll down in menus.
Press when phone is not in use to display
Caller ID information (see page 25). While
entering names, press to move the cursor
to the left.
^ DIR
Press to scroll up in menus.
Press when phone is idle to display phone
directory entries (see page 22). While
entering names, press to advance cursor.
Phone/Flash
Off/Clear
Press to begin a call, then dial a number.
During a call, press to receive an incoming
call, if Call Waiting is activated (see page 10).
During a call, press to hang up.
While using menus, press to cancel an
operation, back up to the previous
menu, or exit the menu display.
Mute/Delete
Redial/Pause
Press to mute microphone (see page 9).
While reviewing call log, press and hold to
clear Caller ID log (see page 25).
Press to view redial memory (see page 9).
While entering numbers, press and hold to
insert a dialing pause (see page 21).
Speaker
Press to activate handset speakerphone.
Press again to resume normal handset use
(earpiece). See page 9.
Feature menu
> shows highlighted item
>DIRECTORY
CALL LOG
Menu
Feature Menu
Directory ................See page 20
Call Log ..................See page 24
Ringer Volume ........See page 12
Ringer Tone ............See page 12
Key Tone ................See page 12
Handset Name........See page 13
Language................See page 13
Clear Msg. Wait ......See page 13
Dial Type ................See page 13
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^ V
Press
or
to scroll
through menu items.
Press SELECT to select or
modify a highlighted item.
Press OFF to cancel an operation, back up to the previous
menu, or exit the menu display.
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Quick reference guide
Telephone Base
DISPLAY LIGHT SWITCH (On side of telephone base)
IN USE
CLOCK RADIO CONTROLS
On when handset is in use. Flashes
when another phone is in use on the
same line.
See pages 14-19.
CHARGING
On when handset batteries are
charging.
NEW MESSAGE
Flashes when you have new voice
mail (requires voice mail service
from your local telephone company).
HANDSET LOCATOR
Press to locate handset if lost (see
page 11).
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Getting Started
Parts checklist
Remember to save your sales receipt and original packaging in case you ever need to
ship your telephone for warranty service. Check to make sure the telephone package
includes the following:
Telephone base
Battery pack
Belt clip
Telephone handset
Power
adapter
Telephone line cord
AM/FM loop antenna
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Getting Started
Before you begin
About Caller Identification
Telephone operating range
Caller ID with Call Waiting features in
this telephone let you see who’s calling
before you answer the phone, even
when you’re on another call. These
features require services provided by
your local telephone company.
This cordless telephone operates with
the maximum power allowed by the
Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). Even so, this handset and base
can communicate over only a certain
distance — which can vary with the
locations of the base and handset, the
weather, and the construction of your
home or office.
Contact your telephone service
provider if:
• You have both Caller ID and Call
Waiting, but as separate services
(you may need combined service)
If you receive a call while you are
out of range, the handset might not
ring — or if it does ring, the call might
not connect when you press PHONE.
Move closer to the base, then press
PHONE to answer the call.
• You have only Caller ID service, or
only Call Waiting service
• You don’t subscribe to any Caller
ID or Call Waiting services.
If you move out of range during a
phone conversation, you might hear
noise or interference. To improve
reception, move closer to the base.
You can use this phone with regular
Caller ID service, and you can use its
other features without subscribing to
either Caller ID or combined Caller ID
with Call Waiting service. There may
be fees for these services, and they
may not be available in all areas.
If you move out of range without
pressing OFF, your phone will be left
“off the hook.” To hang up properly,
walk back toward the telephone base,
periodically pressing OFF until the call
is disconnected.
Caller ID features will work only if
both you and the caller are in areas
offering Caller ID service, and if both
telephone companies use compatible
equipment.
See Caller ID Operation, beginning on
page 24, for more details about how
these features work.
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Getting Started
Telephone base installation
Install the telephone base as shown below. Choose a base location away from
electronic equipment, such as personal computers, television sets or microwave ovens.
Avoid excessive heat, cold, dust or moisture.
Plug antenna cord into
antenna jack
Plug power cord transformer
into electrical outlet
Plug line cord
into telephone
jack
Fold down tab to
support antenna
Place antenna upright away from the telephone, and away from electronic devices.
NOTE: Use only the power cord supplied with this product. If you need a replacement, call 1-800-222–3111.
Be sure to use an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
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Getting Started
Battery installation & charging
After installation, place the handset in the base and allow to charge for 15 hours before
use. You can keep the battery charged by returning the handset to the base after each
use. When the battery is fully depleted, a recharge takes about 15 hours.
LOW BATTERY
Low battery indicator
Return handset to base to recharge
when this symbol flashes. (Handset
will beep when battery is low.)
Insert supplied
battery pack
Press coin into slot on
base of handset to
release latch, then
remove battery cover.
Caution: Use only the supplied rechargeable battery
or AT&T replacement battery model 2420 (SKU
00578) (80-5542-00-00). Do not use alkaline batteries.
Place handset in base to charge
for 15 hours before first use.
Insert top
tabs first
Press down to
click in place
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Getting Started
Belt clip & optional headset
Install belt clip as shown below if desired.
For hands-free telephone conversations, you can use any industry standard 2.5 mm
headset (purchased separately). For best results use an AT&T 2.5 mm headset.
Snap belt clip into notches on
side of handset. Rotate and pull
to remove.
Plug 2.5 mm headset
into jack on side of
handset (beneath
small rubber cap)
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Telephone Operation
Elapsed time
PHONE
00:00:12
Basic operation
Making and answering calls
To answer an incoming call, press PHONE (or SPEAKER,
or any dial pad key). To make a call, press PHONE or
SPEAKER, then dial a number. Press OFF to hang up.
To preview numbers before dialing, enter numbers first,
then press PHONE or SPEAKER to dial. Press DELETE
or CLEAR at any time to make corrections as you are
entering numbers.
The screen displays the elapsed time as you talk (in
hours, minutes and seconds).
Hands-free speakerphone calls
SPEAKER
00:00:12
To answer a call, press SPEAKER. To make a call, press
SPEAKER, then dial a number. During a call you can
press SPEAKER to toggle between hands-free speakerphone and normal handset use. Press OFF to hang up.
Last number redial
REDIAL
555-1234
Press REDIAL to display the most recent called number.
Use the ^V buttons to view up to 5 other recently
called numbers. The handset will beep twice at the beginning or end of the list.
Press PHONE to redial any number as it is displayed.
Press DELETE to delete the displayed number from the
redial memory.
MUTE
PHONE
00:00:12
MICROPHONE MUTED
Mute
Press MUTE to silence the microphone. You will be able
to hear, but your caller will not be able to hear you
until you press MUTE again to resume speaking.
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Telephone Operation
Options while on calls
Volume control
Volume
Silence
ringer
Flash
Tone
Press VOLUME buttons on the side of the handset to
adjust listening volume. Each button press raises or
lowers volume by one level.
When you change the volume level, the new setting
becomes the default. The new volume level will be
applied each time you use the handset, speakerphone
or headset.
Call waiting
If you have Call Waiting service, you will hear a beep if
someone calls while you are already on a call. Press
FLASH to put your current call on hold and take the new
call. You can press FLASH at any time to switch back
and forth between calls.
Ring silencing
Press OFF or MUTE while the phone is ringing to silence
the ringer.
Temporary tone dialing
If you have dial pulse (rotary) service, you can switch to
touch tone dialing during a call by pressing *. This
can be useful if you need to send tone signals for access
to answering systems or long-distance services.
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Telephone Operation
Handset locator
If you misplace the handset, press HANDSET LOCATOR
at the base. The handset will beep for 60 seconds to
help you locate it. To stop the beeping, press PHONE,
SPEAKER, or any dial pad button at the handset, or
press HANDSET LOCATOR at the base.
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Telephone Operation
Highlighted
menu item
> DIRECTORY
CALL LOG
Handset settings
At the feature menu you can change settings to
customize how the telephone works.
Press MENU, then use the ^V buttons to scroll to
the feature you want to change. As you scroll through
the menu, the top menu item is always highlighted with
a > character. Press SELECT to select the highlighted item.
Press OFF at any time to cancel an operation, back up
to the previous menu, or exit the menu display.
Ringer volume
RINGER VOLUME
At this menu you can set a default ring volume level
(1-6), or turn the ringer off. Use the ^V buttons to
hear an example of each volume level, then press
SELECT to select the one you prefer.
Ringer tone
OUTSIDE TONE
1
This feature allows you to choose one of 10 ringing
tones. Use the ^V buttons to hear an example of
each ringer tone, then press SELECT to select the one
you prefer.
Key tone
KEY TONE
ON
The handset is factory programmed to beep at each
keypress. Use the ^V buttons to select ON or OFF,
then press SELECT to save your preference.
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Telephone Operation
Handset settings
Handset name
HANDSET NAME
AT&T_
At this menu you can customize the name that appears
on the handset screen when the phone is idle. Press
DELETE to erase letters, then replace them with a
name of your preference, up to 16 characters long (see
page 21 to enter letters). Press SELECT to confirm.
Language
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
At this menu you can select the language used in all
menus and screen displays. Use the ^V buttons to
select English, Spanish or French, then press SELECT to
save your preference.
Clear msg. wait
TURN INDICATOR
OFF?
If you subscribe to voice mail services provided by your
local telephone company, you will be alerted by a light
on the base and a text message on the handset when
new messages are waiting. At this menu you can turn off
the light and handset alerts.
At the TURN INDICATOR OFF? prompt, press SELECT to
turn off the Message Waiting light and handset alerts.
Dial Type
DIAL TYPE
TONE
At this menu you can choose Tone or Pulse dialing. The
factory default setting is TONE. Change this to PULSE
only if you do not have touch-tone dialing service.
Use the ^V buttons to select TONE or PULSE, then
press SELECT to save your preference.
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PM
12:35
FM
188.8
MHz
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Clock Radio
Operation
The built-in clock radio with wakeup alarm includes the
following features:
• Large, bright current time display
• Full spectrum AM/FM station tuning
• Dual-function station tuning (manual or auto-search)
• One-touch tuning for up to 10 stations (5 AM, 5 FM)
• Dual-function wakeup alarm (radio or buzzer)
• Sleep timer (auto-shutoff after 10 to 90 minutes)
Alarm modes
(see page 16)
AM
PM
Alarm on (see
page 17)
Sleep timer
(see page 19)
Snooze function
(see page 17)
Current time
(see page 15)
12:35
AM
FM 188.8
Radio on
(see page 18)
MHz
Station frequency
(see page 18)
M3
Memory buttons
(see page 18)
Display light switch
Display light switch
(side of phone)
Use the switch on the side of the phone to illuminate
the screen. The light can be set to high, low or off.
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Clock Radio Operation
1
PM
SET CLOCK
12:00
Press and hold until time blinks.
2
PM
HOUR
1:00
Press to select correct hour (press
and hold to advance quickly)
3
PM
To set the clock
You should set the clock so the alarm function can
awaken you at the correct time of day.
Press and hold SET CLOCK until the display begins
blinking, then follow the steps at left to set the clock.
While setting the clock, you can press HOUR or MIN to
advance by 1 digit, or hold down the buttons to
advance more quickly.
MIN
1:23
NOTE: If electrical power is lost for more than 15 minutes, the time
display will change to 12:00 and you will have to reset the clock.
Press to select correct minute
(press and hold to advance quickly)
4
PM
SET CLOCK
1:23
Press to set clock to
displayed time.
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Clock Radio Operation
1
PM
WAKE TIME
12:00
Press and hold until time blinks.
2
AM
HOUR
6:00
Press to select wakeup hour (press
and hold to advance quickly)
3
AM
MIN
6:30
Press to select wakeup minute
(press and hold to advance quickly)
4
AM
WAKE TIME
6:30
To set the wakeup alarm
To set the wakeup time
To set the alarm clock, press and hold WAKE TIME until
the display begins blinking, then follow the steps at left
to set your desired wakeup time.
While setting the wakeup time, you can press HOUR or
MIN to advance by 1 digit, or hold down the buttons to
advance more quickly.
You can press the WAKE TIME button at any time to
check your programmed wakeup time.
To select wakeup alarm type
Press the WAKE MODE button to choose whether you
want to be awakened by the radio or the build-in
buzzer.
Each time you press WAKE MODE a different icon will
appear to indicate your choice, as shown at left. When
no icon appears the alarm is turned off, and you will not
be awakened.
Press to set wakeup time
to displayed time.
5
PM
WAKE MODE
12:00
Press repeatedly to select wake mode
(radio, buzzer, or alarm off).
NOTE: If you set the wake mode to Radio, make sure the radio is
tuned to a station with a strong signal, and the volume is set high enough to
awaken you (see page 18).
NOTE: If electrical power is lost for more than 15 minutes, the wakeup
time will change to 12:00 and you will have to reset it.
Awake to radio
Awake to buzzer
No icon = Alarm off.
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Clock Radio Operation
AM
1
AM
6:30
SNOOZE
6:30
Press to silence for 8 minutes.
AM
6:38
To turn off the wakeup alarm
To use the Snooze Alarm
Press the SNOOZE button to turn off the alarm for 8
minutes. During the 8-minute snooze period, the
Snooze icon will blink on the display. After 8 minutes,
the alarm will again alert you.
You can press the SNOOZE button as often as desired
during a period of 59 minutes. After 59 minutes have
elapsed, the alarm will turn off automatically.
To turn off the wakeup alarm
When the wakeup alarm is activated, you can turn it off
by pressing the ALARM OFF button.
2
AM
ALARM OFF
6:38
Press to turn off alarm. Icon
shows alarm remains set to wake
you at your designated wake time
tomorrow.
When you turn off the alarm, the clock remains set to
awaken you at the same time on the following day
(unless you press the WAKE MODE button again to
change the wake mode, or turn off the alarm).
Each time you press WAKE MODE a different icon will
appear to indicate your choice, as shown at left. When
no icon appears the alarm is turned off, and you will not
be awakened.
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Clock Radio Operation
1
PM
RADIO ON/OFF
12:35
AM
560
KHz
Press to turn radio on or off.
2
PM
AM/FM
12:35
FM
96.0
Using the radio
Basic radio functions
Press RADIO ON/OFF to turn the radio on or off. Press
AM/FM to select a frequency band.
Each time you turn on the radio it automatically tunes
to the last station selected.
MHz
Press to select AM or FM band.
Manual tuning
3
In either AM or FM mode, press the TUNE buttons
repeatedly to select a specific frequency. TUNE +
increases the frequency; TUNE — decreases the
frequency.
PM
TUNE +/-
12:35
FM
97.0
MHz
Press to change frequency. Hold to
search for stations.
Station searching
Press and hold either TUNE button to automatically
search for stations. When a strong signal is found, the
radio remains tuned to that station. To continue
searching, press and hold either TUNE button again.
Use wheel on side of base
to adjust radio volume.
1
PM
MEMORY
12:35
FM
188.0
MHz
Tune station, then press MEMORY.
2
PM
M3
Memory buttons allow you to tune up to 10 favorite
stations with one button press. Each memory button
can store one AM station and one FM station.
Tune to any station, then follow the steps at left to
store it in a memory button (M1 through M5). After the
station is programmed, you can tune to it directly by
pressing a memory button.
12:35
FM
188.0
MHz
M3
Press memory button (M1, M2, etc.)
3
PM
Radio memory buttons
MEMORY
NOTE: If electrical power is lost for more than 15 minutes, memory
will be lost and buttons M1 through M5 will have to be reprogrammed.
12:35
FM
188.0
MHz
M3
Press MEMORY again to save.
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Clock Radio Operation
1
SLEEP
90
FM
188.0
MHz
Tune station, then press SLEEP.
2
SLEEP
80
FM
188.0
MHz
Press repeatedly to select time.
3
PM
10:35
FM
188.0
MHz
Clock displays current time. Radio
will turn off when timer expires.
Setting the sleep timer
The sleep timer allows you to set the radio to turn off
automatically after a specified period of time.
Tune to the station you want, then follow the steps at
left to set the sleep timer. Each time you press SLEEP,
the play time is reduced by 10 minutes. You can set the
radio to play from 10 to 90 minutes before it is automatically turned off.
You can press the SLEEP button at any time to see
how much time remains before the radio is turned off.
To turn off the radio manually at any time, press
The radio is immediately turned off and
the sleep timer is automatically cancelled.
RADIO ON/OFF.
To cancel the sleep timer and leave the radio on, press
SNOOZE. The “sleep” icon will disappear and the radio
will remain on until you turn it off manually.
NOTE: If electrical power is lost for more than 15 minutes, the sleep
timer will automatically reset to 90 minutes.
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Phone Directory
Memory capacity
Pat Williams
555-1234
The phone directory can store up to 50 entries. Each
entry can contain a number up to 32 digits, and a name
up to 16 letters long. A convenient search feature can
help you find and dial numbers quickly (see page 22).
Timeouts and error messages
If you pause for too long while making an entry, the
procedure will time out and you will have to begin again.
If all memory locations are in use, the screen will
display “Directory is full.” You will not be able to store
a new number until you delete an existing one.
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Phone Directory
AT&T
New phone directory entries
To create a new phone directory entry
Press MENU twice to select DIRECTORY. Press V to
highlight STORE. Press SELECT, then enter the
telephone number when prompted.
> DIRECTORY
CALL LOG
Use the dial pad to enter up to 32 digits, then press
You will be notified if the number is already in
your phone directory.
SELECT.
To insert a number from your redial list, press REDIAL,
then ^V to find the number, then press SELECT.
> STORE
REVIEW
• Press DELETE to erase numbers if you make a mistake.
• Press and hold PAUSE to enter a 3-second dialing pause.
To enter a name
Press dial pad buttons once for the first letter, twice for
the second, three times for the third. Continue for
lower-case letters or numerals.
ENTER NUMBER
555-1234_
Press once to enter “A” (5 times for “a”).
Press twice to enter “B” (6 times for “b”).
2
ENTER NAME
Pat Williams_
Press 3 times to enter “C” (7 times for “c”).
Press 4 times to enter “2”.
The cursor moves to the right when you press another
dial pad button or the ^ button. Press V to move
the cursor to the left. Press 1 to enter a space, or
press twice to enter “1”.
• Press DELETE to erase letters if you make a mistake.
Pat Williams
555-1234
• Press * repeatedly to enter an asterisk (*),
question mark (?), exclamation point (!), slash (/) or
parentheses.
• Press # repeatedly to enter a pound sign (#),
apostrophe ('), comma (,) hyphen (-), period (.), or
ampersand (&).
Storing the entry
Press SELECT to store your new phone directory
entry. To change it later, see page 23.
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Phone Directory
AT&T
Phone directory search
Press DIR to display the first listing in the phone
directory. You can then use the up/down arrows to
browse through the directory, or search to find a specific entry. Press OFF at any time to exit the directory.
Andrew
555-6789
To browse through the directory
To browse, press ^ or V to scroll through all
entries one by one. Entries will be displayed alphabetically by the first letter in the name.
Barbara
555-9876
5
Jennifer
555-4321
To search by name
When any entry is displayed, you can press a dial pad
button to display the first name beginning with a letter
associated with that key.
Press dial pad buttons once for the first letter, twice for
the second, three times for the third, as shown on the
previous page.
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For example, press 5 (JKL) once to find Jennifer, twice
to find Kevin, or three times to find Linda.
Pat
555-4321
To call a displayed number
When you find the entry you want, press PHONE (or
SPEAKER) to dial. Or press SELECT to modify the entry
(see next page).
Viewing long numbers
The screen can display only 16 digits at a time. To view
numbers longer than this, press * or # to display
the remaining digits.
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Phone Directory
AT&T
To dial, change or delete entries
To dial a number
When any phone directory entry is displayed, press
PHONE (or SPEAKER) to dial the displayed number.
Andrew
555-6789
To delete an entry
When any phone directory entry is displayed, press
DELETE to delete the displayed entry from the phone
directory. Once deleted, an entry cannot be recovered.
EDIT NUMBER
555-6789_
EDIT NAME
Andy_
To change a listing
When any phone directory entry is displayed, press
SELECT to modify the entry. (See page 21 for help in
modifying the name or number.)
Change the number as needed, then press SELECT.
Change the name as needed, then press SELECT to
save the modified entry.
Andy
555-6789
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Caller ID Logs
How Caller ID works
NEW
Pat Williams
908-555-0100
11/23 10:01 AM
If you subscribe to Caller ID service provided by your
local phone company, information about each caller will
be displayed after the first ring.
Caller’s name
Caller’s number
NEW
Appears when
new call is
received
Pat Williams
908-555-0100
11/23 10:01 AM
Time of call
Date of call
Information about the last 50 incoming calls is stored in
your call log. You can review the call log to find out
who has called, return the call without dialing, or copy
the caller’s name and number into your phone directory.
When the call log is full, the oldest entry is deleted to
make room for new incoming call information.
If you answer a call before the information appears on
the screen, it will not be saved in your call log.
About names
Names of callers will be displayed only if this information
is provided by your local telephone company.
If the telephone number of the person calling matches a
number in your phone directory, the name that appears
on screen will match the name as you entered it into
your phone directory.
(Example: If “Christine Smith” calls, her name will
appear as “Chris” if this is how you entered it into your
phone directory.)
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Caller ID Logs
NEW
AT&T
6 NEW CALLS
To review your call log
To review your call log
Press CID to review your call log. The most recent call
is displayed first. Use the arrow buttons to scroll
through the list as shown at left.
NEW
Pat Williams
555-1234
11/23 10:31 AM
To return a call
Press PHONE (or SPEAKER) to call the number as it is
displayed.
NEW
Chris Thompson
908-555-0100
11/23 10:21 AM
To change the number before dialing, press # repeatedly
to see a list of dialing options (you can choose to dial
with or without the area code), then press PHONE (or
SPEAKER) to place the call.
Other options
• Press DELETE to delete this entry from your call log.
NEW
Jeffrey Adams
555-9876
11/23 10:11 AM
• Press and hold DELETE to delete all entries from
your call log. When asked to confirm, press SELECT
to clear your call log of all entries, or OFF to exit
and leave all call log entries intact.
• Press SELECT to copy this entry into your phone
directory. If the name or number are not provided,
you will be prompted to enter them.
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Appendix
Screen icons, indicator lights & tones
Handset screen icons & alert tones
Screen icons
Speakerphone in use.
Ringer off.
NEW
MUTE
AT&T
Battery charging (animated display).
11/23 10:01 AM
Low battery (flashing); place handset in base to recharge.
MUTE
Microphone is muted.
NEW
New calls (press CID to review call log).
Alert tones
Happy
tone
Programming command completed successfully.
2 beeps
Programming error (or last record in list displayed).
Indicator lights
IN USE
On when handset is in use. Flashes
when another phone is in use on the
same line.
CHARGING
On when handset battery is charging.
NEW MESSAGE
Flashes when you have new voice
mail (requires voice mail service
from your local telephone company).
SPEAKER
On when speakerphone is in use.
SNOOZE
On when snooze alarm is activated.
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Appendix
In case of difficulty
If you have difficulty with your phone, please try the suggestions below. For Customer
Service, visit our web site at www.telephones.att.com, or call 1-800-222–3111.
Telephone does
not work at all
Phone does not
ring
If you hear
noise or
interference
during a call
•
Make sure batteries are installed and charged correctly (see page 7).
•
Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into an outlet not controlled by
a wall switch.
•
Make sure the telephone line cord is plugged firmly into the base unit
and the modular jack.
•
If you have dial-pulse telephone service, make sure the dial mode is
set to Pulse (see page 13).
•
If these suggestions do not work, unplug the base, remove and reinsert the batteries, then place the handset in the base to re-initialize.
•
Make sure the ringer is on (see page 12).
•
Make sure the telephone line cord and AC adapter are plugged in
properly (see page 6).
•
Move the handset closer to the base.
•
You might have too many extension phones on your telephone line to
allow all of them to ring. Try unplugging some of them.
•
You may be out of range. Move closer to the base.
•
Appliances plugged into the same circuit as the base can cause
interference. Try moving the appliance or base to another outlet.
•
The layout of your home or office might be limiting the operating
range. Try moving the base to another location, preferably on an
upper floor.
•
If the buttons don’t work, try placing the handset in the base for at
least 15 seconds.
•
Disconnect the base from the modular jack and plug in a corded telephone. If calls are still not clear, the problem is probably in your
wiring or local service. Call your local telephone service company.
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Appendix
Technical specifications
RF Frequency Band
(Handset to Base)
2401.056 MHz — 2482.272 MHz
RF Frequency Band
(Base to Handset)
2401.056 MHz — 2482.272 MHz
Channels
95
Channel Spacing
864 KHz
Output Power
20 dBm
Sensitivity
-96 dBm
Modulation
GFSK
Operating Temperature
32°F — 122°F
0°C — 50°C
Base Unit Voltage
(AC Voltage, 60Hz)
96 — 130 Vrms
Base Unit Voltage
(AC Adapter Output)
9V DC @700 mA
Handset Voltage
3.2 — 4.7V DC @700 mAh
Handset Battery
AT&T model 2420 (80-5542-00-00)
3.6V DC @700 mAh
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Index
A
AC adapter, 6
Alert tones, 26
Answering calls, 9
M
Making calls, 9
Menus, 2, 12-13
Mute, 9
B
Battery charging, 7
Battery installation, 7
Belt clip, 8
N
Names,
enter into phone directory, 21
search for, 22
C
Call logs, 24
Caller ID, 24
add entries to phone directory, 25
delete entries, 25
dial entries, 25
CID, 24
Clock radio operation, 14-19
O
Operating range, 5
P
Phone directory,
dial number, 23
edit entries, 23
name search, 22
new entries, 21
Problems, 27
D
Delete Call Log entries, 25
Delete redial entries, 9
Dialing,
manual dialing, 9
phone directory dialing, 20
Q
Quick reference guide, 2-3
R
Radio, 14-19
Receiving calls, 9
Recharging, 7
Redial, 9
Ring silencing, 10
Ring tone options, 12
E
Elapsed time, 9
Ending calls, 9
F
Flash (switchhook flash), 10
S
Search for name, 22
H
Hands-free use, 8
Handset locator, 11
Headphone, 8
T
Technical specifications, 28
Troubleshooting, 27
I
Incoming call log, 24
Incoming calls, answering, 9
Indicator lights, 26
V
Volume controls, 10, 18
L
Last number redial, 9
Low battery, 7
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