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NEC AT-10 User Manual

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 LOCATION OF CONTROLS

 Single Line Telephone

AT-10

USER'S GUIDE

Wall Mount Concave

Message Waiting Lamp 

PROGRAM Key

FLASH Key

REDIAL Key

Dial Keys

Receiver Volume Controls

LINE Jack

HANDSET Jack

Dial Mode Switch

1. Lift handset.
2. Hear dial tone.
3. Dial number.

1. Lift handset.

2. Press 

 key to redial your last call (up to 31 digits).

Redial after flashing is not available.

When placing a call in DP (Pulse) mode, you can dial       to change to MF (Tone) 

dialing. The dial mode automatically reverts to DP mode when you hang up.

1. Press 

      keys to increase/decrease handset receiver volume while on a call. 

Volume can be increased 3 levels, decreased 2 levels against the default level.

1. Lift handset.

2. Press              key.

3. Dial             .

4. Dial             —             

(Refer to the table in the right).

5. Press              key.

6. Hang up.

1. Lift handset when the phone rings.

If you lift handset after setting to "0"(Off), the ringing tone automatically reverts to 

the previous value.

While on a call, press 

 key for outside line or PBX features.

1. Mark off the correct positions for the screws (included), 83.5mm apart vertically 

opposed before drilling the wall.

2. Install the screw into the wooden wall.
3. Mount the telephone on the wall so that the screw head inserts into the concave on 

bottom of the telephone.

1. Hang the handset on the handset holder.

Set the Dial Mode Switch either to DP(Pulse) or MF(Tone) according to the telephone 
network. For installation on a PBX, check with your supplier for the correct dialing mode.

1. Fit the other end of telephone line cord to your telephone network outlet.

 INSTALLATION

FEATURES

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Package Contents

■ 

Installing the Telephone

■ 

Selecting Dial Mode

■ 

Wall-Mounting

To wall-mount the phone:

To store the handset without hanging up:

■ 

Making a Call

■ 

Answering a Call

■ 

Last Number Redial

■ 

Flash

■ 

Pulse to Tone Switching

■ 

Adjusting Receiver Volume

■ 

Selecting Ringing Pitch and Ringing Volume

83.5mm

Screw

Telephone Set

User's Guide

Wall-mount screws 

(2 pieces)

Message Waiting Lamp lights when you have messages waiting (if your PBX system can 
send them). Also flashes when your telephone rings.

■ 

Message Waiting Lamp

Ringing Volume

(Default: 6)

Ringing 

Tone 

Pitch

Soft

Medium

Loud

Slow

1

2

3

Medium

4

5

6

Fast

7

8

9

Off

0

Handset Holder

Tokyo, Japan

MM6017-1010

Nothing contained in this manual shall be deemed to be, and this manual does not constitute, a warranty of, 
or representation with respect to, any of the equipment covered. This manual is subject to change without 
notice and NEC has no obligation to provide any updates or corrections to this manual. 

1. Avoid installing the phone where there is direct sunlight, or near heating appliances, 

since this may cause discoloration and warping.

2. When the telephone becomes dirty, wet a soft cloth with diluted neutral detergent, 

wring it out and wipe. Do not use strong cleaning agent or abrasive powder.

3. Keep away from TV sets, radios, etc. which may generate electrical noise.
4. Avoid dropping the handset and other rough treatment.

Warning:

The handset receiver may retain dangerous materials such as metallic pins and staples 
because the receiver induces magnet.

CHECKLIST FOR TROUBLESHOOTING

CARE AND MAINTENANCE

➢Does the hookswitch pop up ?
➢Is the dial mode switch (DP/MF) set to the correct position ?
➢Are phone line cord and handset cord securely plugged in ?

If you disconnect the phone from the network, the data in phone's memory such 
as redial number and ringing tone assignment will be erased (back to default) in a 
few hours.

For other problems, contact your supplier.