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****** Page 2 ****** Installation Parts list • 1740 answering system Wallet card • Part 1 Important product information • Part 2 User’s manual • Power adapter Before you install Use only the power adapter supplied with this product. To obtain a replacement, visit our website at telephones.att.com or call 1 (800) 222-3111. In Canada, dial 1 (866) 288-4268. Choose a location for the answering system near a telephone jack and a standard electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch. O Connect the power adapter. ÖböÖ0 0 OOO OOO ooo @ Telephone line cord (not included) @Connect a telephone (optional). If you have DSL high-speed Internet service, a DSL filter (not included) is required. Standard electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch. Strain-relief tab for protecting the power cord. O o Connect the telephone line cord. Telephone jack O Press to turn the system on or off. If the system is on, the (!)ON/OFF indicator light is on. If the system is off, the indicator light is off and the message window is blank. When the system is off and you press any key (except d)ON/OFF), it announces, “The machine is off. Presso ON/OFF to turn on.” After you install the answering system for the first time, the system turns on automatically and announces, “To set the clock, press CLOCK.” See Set the clock on page 2 for instructions. O To record your own announcement (optional), see Record your announcement on pages 2-3 for instructions. O To program other system features (optional), see pages 3-4 for details. NOTES: Power adapter – Input: 117V AC, 60 Hz / Output: 6V AC, 350 mA. If the message window is off, make sure the power adapter is securely connected to both the answering system and an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch. If you subscribe to high-speed Internet service (DSL – digital subscriber line) through your telephone line, you must install a DSL filter between the telephone line cord and the telephone wall jack. The filter prevents noise and caller ID problems caused by DSL interference. Please contact your DSL service provider for more information about DSL filters. 1

****** Page 3 ****** Feature setup Set the clock You must set the clock so that the system announces the correct day and time of incoming messages. Make sure the year is correct because the day of the week is calculated from the year. When you press CLOCK, the system announces the current time (if set) and “To set the clock, press CLOCK.” To exit at anytime while setting the clock, press PLAY/STOP. 1. Press CLOCK and the message window displays The system announces the day and “To change the day, press SKIP or REPEAT. To accept and continue, press CLOCK” 2. To change the day, press MEM0/REPEAT or ANNOUNCE/SKIP until the correct day is announced. 3. Press CLOCK. The correct day is saved. The system announces the current hour setting and “To change the hour, press SKIP or REPEAT. To accept and continue, press CLOCK” 4. To change the hour, press MEM0/REPEAT or » ANNOUNCE/SKIP until the correct hour is announced. 5. Press CLOCK. The correct hour is saved. The system announces the current minute and “To change the minute, press SKIP or REPEAT. To accept and continue, press CLOCK.” 6. To change the minute, press MEM0/REPEAT or ANNOUNCE/SKIP until the correct minute is announced. 7. Press CLOCK. The correct minute is saved. The system announces the current year and “To change the year, press SKIP or REPEAT. Press CLOCK, when you are done.” 8. To change the year, press MEM0/REPEAT or » ANNOUNCE/SKIP until the correct year is announced. 9. Press CLOCK. The correct year is saved. The new day, time and year are announced. To check the day and time, press CLOCK. O NOTE: In the event of a power failure, the clock needs to be reset. If the clock is not set, the system announces, “Time and day not set,” before message playback. Auto reset of answering system clock If you subscribe to caller ID service, the day, month and time are set automatically with each incoming call. The year must be set so that the day of the week can be calculated from the caller ID information. Record your announcement An announcement is the greeting callers hear when calls are answered by the answering system. The telephone is preset with a greeting that answers calls with “Hello, please leave a message after the tone.” You can use this default announcement, or replace it with your own (up to three minutes long). 1. Press » ANNOUNCE/sKlp. The system announces, “Announcement Press ANNOUNCE to record or press PLAY to play.” 2. Press » ANNOUNCE/sKlp again. The system announces, “Record after the tone. Press STOP when you are done,” followed by a long beep. Speak toward the answering system, from about nine inches away. While recording, the message window shows the recording time. 2

****** Page 4 ****** Feature setup 3. To stop recording, press PLAY/STOP. The system automatically plays back the recorded outgoing announcement. To review your announcement, press ANNOUNCE/sKlp. The system announces, “Announcement Press ANNOUNCE to record or press PLAY to play.” Press PLAY/sTop and the system plays the announcement. To erase your own recorded announcement, press X/DELETE while the announcement is playing. Calls are then answered with the default announcement. Feature setup 1. To enter the feature setup mode, press SETUP until the system announces, “Language is… To change the setting, press SKIP or REPEAT. To accept and continue setup, press SETUP. 2. Press SETUP repeatedly until you hear the desired feature. 3. When you hear the feature you want to modify, press ANNOUNCE/SKIP or MEM0/REPEAT to scroll through the setting’s options. 4. Press SETUP to save and continue setup. -OR- Press PLAY/STOP to save the setting and exit feature setup. Feature summary FEATURE Language Ring select Remote access code SYSTEM ANNOUNCEMENT “Language is…” “Number of rings… “Remote access code is…” OPTIONS You may choose English or Espanol (Spanish) for the voice prompts used by the system. During setup, the message window displays the current language setting (En for English or 5P for Spanish) Choose the number of rings before the system answers a call. You can set it between two and seven rings, toll saver 2/4 or toll saver 4/6. When the toll saver is set as 2/4, the system will answer after two rings if there are new messages, or after four rings if there are no new messages. When the toll saver is set as 4/6, the system will answer after 4 rings if there are new messages, or after six rings if there are no new messages. During setup, the message window displays the number of rings (or 24 for toll saver 2/4, 46 for toll saver 4/6). Change the remote access code to any two-digit number between 10 and 99. The default remote access code is 19. With it, you can access many features remotely from a touch-tone telephone. 3

****** Page 5 ****** Feature setup Feature summary (continued) FEATURE Announcement monitor Number announce Store caller number Accept blocked calls Audible message alert SYSTEM ANNOUNCEMENT “Announcement monitor is…” “Number announce is… ” “Store caller number is…” “Accept blocked calls is…” “Message alert is… OPTIONS When this feature is on, the answering machine broadcasts your outgoing announcement when answering a call. When the feature is off, your outgoing announcement is not broadcast from the answering machine, but callers will hear the announcement. O NOTE: You must set the volume to an audible level to use this feature. • When this feature is on, the system announces the incoming telephone number. O NOTE: For this feature to work, you must subscribe to caller ID service from your telephone service provider. There may be a fee for this service, and it may not be available in all areas. • When this feature is on, the system announces the incoming telephone number when it plays back a message. NOTE: For this feature to work, you must subscribe to caller ID service from your telephone service provider. There may be a fee for this service, and it may not be available in all areas. When this feature is on, the system answers and records messages from any caller. When this feature is off, the system responds to blocked calls with the announcement, “We’re sorry. Blocked calls to this number cannot be accepted,” and hangs up without recording a message. NOTES: Blocked calls can arrive from callers who have chosen to block their numbers from identification. • For this feature to work, you must subscribe to caller ID service from your telephone service provider. There may be a fee for this service, and it may not be available in all areas. • When this feature is on, the system beeps every 15 seconds when there are new messages. 4

****** Page 6 ****** Operation Listen to, save & delete messages • The system automatically saves all incoming messages until you delete them. You can store approximately 60 minutes of messages, memos and announcements (up to a maximum of 99 messages). Before playing each message, the system announces the day and time the message was received. If Store caller number is activated, the system also announces the caller’s telephone number (see Store caller number under Feature setup on page 4). After playing the last message, the system announces, “End of messages.” • Messages cannot be deleted until they have been reviewed, and deleted messages cannot be retrieved. To operate the answering system, follow the instructions below. Press to listen to the current time. Press twice to set the clock. Message window Press to listen to the current setup. Press to start and navigate through the setup process. Press to turn the system on or off. The light is off when the system is turned off. at&t o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 0 00 o oooocjo 00 0 C) c) C) o e e o e eeeee 00 O e e o e e eee 00 O o o o (30000000 o o C) ooooooooo oooooooooooo CLOCK /RELOJ o SETUP/ CONFIGURAR ON/OFF DELETE BORRAR o C) c) 00 VOLUME / VOLUMEN PLAY/STOP MEMO/ ANNOUNCE/ REPEAT SKIP MEMO/ ANUNCIO/ REPETIR SALTAR The light is on steadily when the system is turned on. The light flashes when there is an incoming call. Press to delete the message currently playing. Press twice in idle mode to delete all old (previously reviewed) messages. 00 Press to repeat the current message or press twice to listen to the previous message. Press during time/day announcement to repeat the previous message. When listening to messages, pressandhold to play them at half speed. Press to choose the setting in feature setup. Press in idle mode to record a memo. 5 Press to listen to new messages. If there are no new messages, press to listen to old messages. Press during playback to stop playback. Press to stop recording memo or announcement. Press to exit feature setup. Press to adjust volume. The system beeps three times at the highest or lowest setting. Press to skip to the next message. When listening to messages, press and hold to play them at double speed. Press twice in idle mode to record an announcement. Press to choose the setting in feature setup.

****** Page 7 ****** Operation Record memos A memo can be up to 3 minutes and is stored as an incoming message. 1. Press MEMO/REPEAT. The system announces, “Record after the tone. Press STOP when you are done,” followed by a long beep. Speak toward the answering system. 2. To stop recording, press PLAY/STOP. The system saves the memo and plays a long beep. 3. To play a memo, press PLAY/sTop. Answer calls When the system answers a call, the caller hears the outgoing announcement followed by a beep. After the beep, the system begins recording the caller’s message. A caller can leave a message of up to three minutes. If the message is longer than three minutes, or if the caller is silent for more than seven consecutive seconds, the system hangs up followed by a beep. If the system runs out of memory, it announces, “Memory is full” and beeps twice. Then after about 10 seconds, the system announces, “The machine will now hang up,” then hangs up. Call screening The call screening feature lets you listen at the answering system to a caller leaving a message. If the answering system is on, the incoming message broadcasts through the speaker when a call is answered by the answering system. Options while a message is being recorded: • Press VOLUME AV to adjust the call screening volume. • Press PLAY/STOP to stop the message recording. Call intercept When a caller is leaving a message on your answering system, you can talk to the caller by answering a call using any telephone on the same line. When you take the call, the answering system beeps and stops recording. If the system does not disconnect immediately, press and release the telephone switch hook. Caller ID number announce This system can announce the caller’s telephone number between the second and third ring (see Feature setup and Feature summary on pages 3 and 4 to turn this feature on or off). NOTE: You must subscribe to caller ID service from your telephone service provider for this feature to work. There may be a fee for this service, and it may not be available in all areas. Store caller number When this feature is on, the system announces the caller’s number before playing back a message (see Feature setup and Feature summary on pages 3 and 4 to turn this feature on or off). Accept blocked calls When this feature is turned on, the system answers and records messages from any caller. When this feature is turned off, the system responds to blocked calls (from callers who have chosen to block their numbers from identification) with the announcement, “We’re sorry. Blocked calls to this number cannot be accepted” The system then hangs up without recording any incoming messages (see Feature setup and Feature summary on pages 3 and 4 to turn this feature on or off). 6

****** Page 8 ****** Operation Listen to incoming messages When the system plays incoming messages, the message window displays the number of the message playing. Before playing each message, the system announces the day and time the message was received. If the clock was not set when the message was recorded, or there was a power failure after it was set, the system will announce, “Time and day not set,” before playing the message. After playing the last message, the system announces, “End of messages.” If you want the system to answer a call when you are playing a message, press PLAY/STOP to end message playback. To play messages, press PLAY/sTop. If there are new messages, they will be played. If there are no new messages, the old messages will be played. If there are no messages, the system announces, “No messages.” To play a message at half speed, press and hold MEM0/REPEAT while the message is being played. To play a message at double speed, press and hold ANNOUNCE/SKIP while the message is being played. To repeat a message, press MEM0/REPEAT. Press MEM0/REPEAT during the time/day announcement or press MEM0/REPEAT twice to hear the previous message. If there is only one message recorded in the system, the same message will be played again. To skip to the next message, press ANNOUNCE/SKIP. To stop message playback, press PLAY/STOP Memory monitor Find out the remaining recording time by turning the system on: 1. If the system is already on, press d.)0N/OFF to turn the system off. 2. Press (YON/OFF again to turn the system back on- The system announces the remaining recording time. Save messages The system can record up to 99 messages, depending on the length of each message. Individual messages can be up to three minutes. The maximum combined recording time for the announcement, messages and memos is approximately 60 minutes. The actual recording time depends on individual message characteristics. Messages remain available for replay until you delete them. Message Guard@ The answering system protects the recorded messages from loss in the event of a power failure. Message Guard@ is a registered trademark of Advanced American Telephones. Memory is full When the memory is full, or when 99 messages have been recorded, F flashes in the message window. You need to delete messages to make room for new ones. When the memory is full, the system answers calls after 10 rings, announces “Memory is full,” then beeps twice without playing the outgoing announcement. You can delete messages from the answering machine (see the next page) or remotely (page 9). 7

****** Page 9 ****** Operation To delete all previously played messages, press X/DELETE in idle mode. The system announces, “To delete all old messages, press DELETE again.” Press X/DELETE again to delete all previously played messages. The system announces, “Messages deleted.” To delete selected messages, press X/DELETE while the desired message is playing. The system deletes the message and announces, “Deleted,” then plays the next message. If you want to replay a message before deleting it, press MEM0/REPEAT. Message window The message window displays the total number of messages recorded. If the message window displays F, then the memory is full and some messages must be deleted before new messages can be recorded. Message window displays DISPLAY (Steady) (Flashing) F (Flashing) 24 o 1 99 FUNCTION The system is in clock setting mode. -OR- The system is recording a message. -OR- The system is being accessed remotely. The system is playing the announcement. The system is in feature setting mode. The system is entering the announcement menu. There is no message in the system. Memory is full. The number of rings before the system answers a calL Toll saver is set to 2/4. Toll saver is set to 4/6. The selected feature is on. The selected feature is off. The language is set to English. The language is set to Spanish. The volume level appears while adjusting the volume. The total number of messages (when the system is idle). (Counting) The system is recording an announcement or a memo. 99 (Flashing) There are new messages or memos. 8

****** Page 10 ****** Remote operation Access the answering system remotely You can access many features remotely from a touch-tone telephone. 1. Dial the telephone number of your answering system. 2. When the system answers, enter your two-digit remote access code during or after the announcement. The system announces the number of messages, then begins playing back the messages. If the announcement continues to play after you have entered your remote access code, wait for the announcement to end, then enter the remote access code again. 3. To use remote access commands (see below), press 5 during message playback and wait for the two-beep signal. 4. Enter a remote access command. Feature summary FUNCTION Voice help menu Play all messages Play new messages Repeat a message Stop new playback Skip a message Save message Delete message Delete all messages Record announcement Review announcement Record memo Review the clock Set the clock Turn system off Turn system on Review settings COMMAND Press 5. Press 1. Press 2. Press 4 while the message is playing. Press 5 while the message is playing. Press 6 while the message is playing. Hang up. Press 3 while the message is playing. You hear “Deleted.” After listening to all messages and the system has beeped twice, press 3 twice. You hear “Messages deleted.” Press *7 after the beep. Record the announcement, and press 5 to stop. The system will then play back the announcement. Press 7. Press and speak after the beep. Press 5 to exit. Press 8. Press Follow the prompts to set the day, time and year. Press *O. When the system is off, it answers after 10 rings, and announces, “The machine is off.” The system beeps twice. You can turn the system on as follows: • Press The system announces, “The machine is on. XX minutes to record,” then beeps twice. The system is now turned on. Press 9- 9

****** Page 11 ****** Remote operation Feature summary (continued) FUNCTION End remote access call O COMMAND Press The system announces “The machine will now hang up,” and disconnects the call. NOTE: If no commands are entered within 15 seconds, the system announces, “The machine will now hang up,” and then disconnects the call. In case of difficulty If you have difficulty operating this answering system, try the suggestions below. For customer service, or to purchase accessories or obtain replacement parts, visit our website at wwwetelephones.attecom or call 1 (800) 222-3111. In Canada, dial 1 (866) 288-4268. Please retain your receipt as your proof of purchase. Messages are incomplete. • The system can record messages of up to 3 minutes. • If a caller leaves a long message, part of it might be lost when the system disconnects the call after 3 minutes. • If the memory is full when recording a message, the system stops and disconnects the call. The system does not answer after the correct number of rings. • If the toll saver feature is on, the number of rings changes from four to two, or six to four, when there are new messages waiting. • In some cases, the system might be affected by the ringing system used by the telephone service provider. • If the system’s memory is full or the system is off, the remote access system answers after 10 rings. • If the system is in feature setup mode and a call comes in, it will not answer the call until you press PLAY/ STOP or the setup timeout has elapsed. The system does not record messages. • When the memory is full, some saved messages must be deleted before new messages can be recorded. Incoming messages are not heard during recording. • Press VOLUMEAV until the desired volume is reached. System does not respond to remote commands. Make sure you are calling from a touch-tone telephone. When dialing a number, there should be audible tones. If there are clicks instead, the telephone is not a touch-tone telephone. The answering system may not detect the remote access code while the announcement is playing. Try entering the code again when the announcement is over. There may be noise interference on the telephone line. Press the dial buttons firmly. Make sure the remote access code is entered correctly. You might be calling from a telephone which sends tones that are too short for the answering system to detect. If there are many messages recorded, the system may take longer than usual to respond. 10

****** Page 12 ****** In case of difficulty Power failure recovery • If the system is disconnected from its AC power, it will not operate. The announcement and messages are retained in memory during a power failure, but it will be necessary to reset the clock. • If the system announces, “Time and day not set,” after announcing the time and day, it may be necessary to reset the clock. The system takes Longer than usual to respond. • If there are too many messages recorded, the system may take longer than usual to respond. The message window is off. • Make sure the power cord is securely connected to both the answering system and an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch. • Press (YON/OFF to turn on the system. General product care To keep the answering system working and looking good, follow these guidelines: Avoid putting it near heating appliances and devices which generate electrical noise (motors, fluorescent lights, etc.) DO NOT expose it to direct sunlight or moisture. Avoid dropping the answering system and other rough treatment. Clean with a soft cloth. Never use a strong cleaning agent or abrasive powder because this will damage the finish. Retain the original packaging in case it is necessary to ship it at a later date. 11

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