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Lucent 1715 Power Supply Requirement

I have a Lucent 1715 Digital Answering System that I don't have a power supply for. Can someone please tell me what the voltage requirement is for this device ? Thank You in advance.

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I have an answering machine AT&T 1715, but miss the cord power, could you please tell how many amps need and voltage too


Check the bottom of your answering machine. It should have the required power adapter listed. At least my answering machine had a nice clear label.

My 1337 AT&T answering machine uses the DAS-2 power adapter. This outputs 9V 780mA. Googling the adapter number I found that the Lucent 1715 also uses the DAS-2 adapter. (The Lucent is probably identical to the AT&T but check your machine.)

I found a used one here: http://cgi.ebay.com/LUCENT-TECHNOLOGIES-DAS-2-TELEPHONE-POWER-UNIT-9-VAC-/250730379907 . There may be other e-bay sellers with the item.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 08, 2010 | AT&T 1725 Answering Machine

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My folks (elderly) have a Lucent AS40/AT&T 1715 which for reasons unknown is displaying "F1" and beeping. What is the fix?


Hello,

I will advice you try to reset the device, once the device is reset, the problem should be fix, just reset the device to fix the problem.

Take care.

Aug 24, 2010 | Answering Machines

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Creating an Outgoing message that tells a caller to leave a messa


To Create Your Personal Greeting:
1. Press the Check Voicemail key or press the Feature button, then 981
2. Enter your password
3. Press the ADMIN softkey
4. Press the GREET softkey
5. Press the REC softkey
6. Press the PRIME softkey
7. Press the YES softkey
8. At the tone, record your new greeting, press the OK softkey to end your recording and then the OK softkey again to accept the new recording
Please let us know if that was helpful enough.
Good Luck & Thanks
Shiv.

Aug 13, 2009 | NorStar Flash Voicemail Power Supply Only...

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I want to setup my Lucent AS40 answering machine


I had a problem recently when I looked online to find the manual for this model and a similar model, and thankfully I was able to solve the mystery and locate it. Even though the answering machine says it is a Lucent AS40, the correct user manual for it is the manual for the AT&T 1715. Once I figured this out, it was super easy to locate the manual on AT&T’s website... and sure enough, these two products are identical!!!

The user manual for the AS40 can be found at http://telephones.att.com/docMgt/public/art/161/1715_manual.pdf

I figured this out when I ran across an old article discussing a joint venture between Lucent Technologies (AT&T) and Philips Electronics. Apparently the two companies decided to merge together and combine their resources to develop technologically advanced answering machines. After the products were developed, each company marketed them under their name with a different model number, but both were selling the same thing! The reason we couldn’t find the user manual for the Philips model is because Lucent (AT&T) has the manuals!

In case this might help someone, I own two of these answering machines and can vouch that the user manual for the Lucent AS40 is the same as the AT&T 1715 and the Philips AD2735 is the same as the AT&T 1725. Here are the models that were produced during the joint venture:

AT&T/ Lucent 1715 = Lucent/ AT&T AS40
AT&T/ Lucent 1725 = Philips AD2735
AT&T/ Lucent 1717 = ?
AT&T/ Lucent 1815 = ?
AT&T/ Lucent 1825 = ?
AT&T/ Lucent 7625 = ?
AT&T/ Lucent 7630 = ?

Apr 09, 2009 | Answering Machines

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Machine not answering. new battery. lights on with 0 messages.


When the power went out it may have set the machine to its default setting, "answer function off". Press the "On/Off" button to check for sure. A battery really wouldn't help in this matter because it's only there for backup; when the power goes out the batter will save your settings, outgoing and incoming messages. Perhaps when the power went out you lost your outgoing message, and now, when people call, they don't realize that that they are supposed to leave a message. One more thing you can check is the switch on the side of the phone which tells the machine to answer after 2 or 4 rings.

Nov 17, 2008 | BellSouth Digital Answering System 2006C...

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Norstar Flash problem


Cycle the power on the voicemail system. If that does not work, you may have to replace the voicemail power supply, or send the voicemail system for repair.
Good Luck!

Oct 17, 2008 | NorStar Flash Voicemail Power Supply Only...

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Victim of a brown out


I know this is a very old topic....

According to the 1715's manual, the "F" means that the memory is full. Try erasing some stored messages and see if that helps.

Here is the link to the 1715's User Manual

http://telephones.att.com/telephones_ui/support/dsp_manual.cfm?manualID=161

Dec 28, 2007 | AT&T 1725 Answering Machine

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Change Answering Machine message in Lucent 1872 corded phone


Try just pressing down on the greeting button on the answering machine, you will hear the lady say "record greeting" and keep holdong down until you are finished recording the message. When you are done, remove your finger, done!

Nov 19, 2007 | Answering Machines

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Lucent Digital Answering Machine Model 1715


If you search for an AT&T Digital Answering machine model 1715, you will be sent to a free service with an abreviated manual.

Oct 08, 2007 | Answering Machines

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