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The ringtone for the CO or outside line buttons can be programmed by pressing program then press the
CO button twice, enter the ringtone you want by dialing 01 to 08, press enter or store then program to end. This will set the ringtone for that line assuming it is programmed to ring at that phone. Transferred calls will use the ringtone of the intercom button which can be set by the same procedure. Use the same procedure if calls ring to a Group Directory Number(GDN) on the phone. The 7600 series of digital phones have ringtone settings of 01 through 30.
Press feature then answer. You envoked ringing line pick up.
Press feature then speed dial button, dial a number like your dialing out, then feature again. You've just set a speed dial button.
Press feature, then 3 and you've changed your ringtone on a series i phone.
Sorry about the delay, I lost your post and could not get back in touch with you...
This is a case where a certified Norstar tech will come in handy...
OK - lets get started.... Do you have the programming password to get into the system?
Do you have the programming template (piece of paper to guide you thru the proper steps in which button to press?)
If you do lets go:
Go to a set, hopefully a bigger set with 2 rows of buttons...
-> Feature * * 2 6 6 3 4 4
-> is this is a CIC's/MIC's system it will ask for a password see next step, if this is a BCM it will ask you for a User ID:___ your default ID is 738662
-> Password:___ default is 266344
-> now you will see TERMINALS&SETS... keep hitting the NEXT button off the template till you see SYSTEM PRGRMING...
-> now hit the ENTER and press the NEXT key till you see CHANGE DN
-> now press ENTER
this is were you will type in the old extension number (EX:2331) then type in the new extension number that you want the set to have (EX:5331)
-> now hit the RLS button... check to see if the number changed but pressing FEATURE * 0 and pressing the INTERCOM key.
Now there are a few things that you have to remember, the voicemail has not been changed, the new extension needs to be programmed into the TARGETLINE for your DID number to ring at your desk, and if you have your extension as a Busy Lamp Field on the front reception, you have to change that to your new extension by going to the receptionist desk:
->FEATURE * 2, pressing your button, and dialing your new extension.
-> now to see what your direct number target line is, press FEATURE * ) and press the button for your direct line... and see what LINE number you have, now get back into the system programming and find LINES and type in the number that you found on your phone (EX:255), press ENTER and press ENTER again you should see TARGET LINE.
-> Keep pressing NEXT till you seePRIMESET:___ this has your old extension and press CHANGE and type in your new extension.
-> hit the NEXT button and RLS
-> your voicemail dial FEATURE 9 8 3
If you have a BCM your default LOG:___ is 738662 but if you have a MIC/CIC's system it will say password: default password is 10020000 for a 4 digit extension, 1020000 for a 3 digit extension.
But if this a BCM the default password will be 2 6 6 3 4 4
-> press MBOX
-> press CHNG
-> your old extension
-> you should now see PASSWORD press NEXT and you should see your old extension press CHNG and type in your new extension. Hit the next button after inputting this information, until you get back to the MAILBOX ADMIN and hit RLS.
Ok, well I can explain most of the programming template, but I cannot give you the exact buttons to push since each phone IS programmed differently.
-> first dial FEATURE 985 this will give you the DN(Extn) for the voicemail (record this number) and then RLS
-> now I need you to dial FEATURE 0 on your set, and press the Intercom key to ensure the extension of your set you want to change and then hit RLS.
To get into programming press FEATURE 2 6 6 3 4 4
-> Password: 2 6 6 3 4 4 Now you will see 3 arrows on your LCD <- Heading Enter-> <- Back Next-> -> you will now see TERMINALS&SETS and press Enter (the top right arrow key) now put in the extn that you want to change.
-> you should now see the extension of the set and the name that is associated with it, press Enter (the top right arrow key) again
-> now you will see LINE ACCESS and press Next (the bottom right arrow) -> then you will see CAPABILITIES and press Enter. now you will see FWD NO ANSWER and press Enter, and put in the DN of the voicemail you saw with the Feature 985 -> hit Next for the number of rings you want to ring at the set before going to voicemail. -> hit next and you can now RLS to back out of programming.
Voila, that set once called will now goto voicemail.
You can get the receptionist to dial FEATURE 9 8 6 and the extension to transfer directly to someone's voicemail.
to forward calls...go to your phone service providers website and help section for complete instructions... with most companies simply pick up the phone... wait for dial tone... press *72 wait for 2 beeps and enter the number (area code first) that you would like it to forward to...once you enter the number wait for the line to ring... once it rings and is answered you are all set! if it doesnt ring or is in use.. try again within two minutes...you should hear two short rings if it is activated... to deactivate call forwarding... pick up the phone (in the office) wait for dial tone and dial *73 or #73 you will hear two short beeps... it is then off..
My Mom had this same problem. I found these instructions on Uniden's website (uniden.com) under the "Owner Manuel" section.
Here you go - good luck!
Using the Speed Dial Memory Storing Numbers in Speed Dial Memory
Your cordless phone can store up to ten numbers (up to 20 digits each) in the speed dial
memory. To store number in memory:
1) When the phone is in standby, press [memory]. The talk/batt low LED flashes.
2) Use the keypad to enter the phone number.
(To enter a 2-second pause between numbers, press [redial/ pause]. Each pause counts as a digit. )
3) Press [memory] again.
4) Select the speed dial location where you would like to store the
number (  to  ). You will hear a confirmation tone indicating
that the number has been stored. NOTE: • Storing a number to a speed dial location will overwrite the any previously stored number without warning. • When storing numbers into memory and the handset is idle (i.e., no key is pressed) for more than 0 seconds, it will beep rapidly, and then the phone will return to standby. Dialing a Stored Number
1) When the phone is in standby, press [talk], and listen for a dial tone.
2) Press [memory] and enter the speed dial entry ( – ) that has the stored number
you want to dial. (If you enter a digit that does not contain a stored number, the
handset will beep rapidly, and the phone will not dial.) Chain Dialing
The speed dial memory is not limited to phone numbers. You can store any number (up
to 20 digits) that you need to enter once your call connects. This is referred to as Chain
Dialing. An example is a frequently refilled prescription number. Store your pharmacy
phone number in one speed dial and your most frequently refilled prescription number
as another speed dial. To use, once you ring your pharmacy's automated prescription
line, simply press [memory] and the speed dial number where you stored your account
number. Erasing a Stored Number from Memory
1) With the phone in standby, press [memory] twice.
2) Press the number of the speed dial entry. A tone indicates that the stored number is
erased from memory.
I don't know whay I did sorry, but it now works. I was going thru different functions and when I tried again it workd. I jist noticed when it dials out it makes the old fashioned rotary dialing sound after ea number selected. I'm just glad it works.
Also it is not compatible with the home phone features of my service provider like *98 to access msgs.
Thanks, I look forward to using the Christmas ringtone!\
Using the Speed Dial Memory
Storing Numbers in Speed Dial Memory
Your cordless phone can store up to ten numbers in the speed dial memory.
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press the memory key. The talk/batt low LED flashes.
2) Use the keypad to enter the phone number; each number can be up to 20 digits.
3) If you need the phone to pause during the dialing sequence, press
the redial/p key to insert a two-second delay between the
numbers. You can enter multiple pauses to increase the delay.
Each pause counts as a digit.
4) Press the memory key again.
5) To store this number as one of the ten speed dial numbers, enter a
digit from 0 to 9. If there is already a number in that speed dial
setting, it will overwrite the previously stored number without
warning. You will hear a confirmation tone indicating that the
number has been stored.
NOTE: When storing numbers into memory, if the handset is idle
(i.e., no key is pressed) for more than 30 seconds, it will beep rapidly, and the phone
will return to standby mode.
Dialing a Stored Number
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press the talk key, and listen for a dial tone.
2) Press the memory key and enter the speed dial entry (0-9) that has the stored number you
want to dial. (If you enter a digit that does not contain a stored number, the handset will
beep rapidly, and the phone will not dial.)
Store up to ten 20-digit numbers in memory for quick dialing.
Storing a Number in Memory
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Press the MEMORY button.
3. Press a number (0-9) to store the dialed number in that memory location.
4. Press the MEMORY button again.
5. Use the handset number keypad to enter the telephone number (up to 20 digits, including pauses) and press the MEMORY button again to save the number. The unit beeps to confirm.
6. To enter another number in a different memory location, return to step 1 and repeat the process.