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Toshiba RPCI DI Station Ringer

I have a Toshiba phone system, and we need to change which station rings when an incoming call comes in, I know there are codes that you can punch in that can control these feature, but I cant remeber how to do it and we apparently lost the manual. Can you help?!?!?

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Which system?
The most popular is the DK system but it came in several revisions.
The primary differences are the way the ports are numbered and several program numbers.
Programming is done from port 005(ext 205).
The sequence of events is:
enter programming mode by pressing "speaker *#*#1*2*3"
enter ringing program
Day ring is "spkr 81 hold"
enter port number of the port you want to ring (example : 007#)
press buttons corresponding to the lines you want to ring then press hold.
To exit programming press"spkr ## hold then spkr ## hold.

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Press the right hand intercom once. The display should say Central telephone Programming.

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