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LINE NOT ASSIGNED

LINE 3 & 4 WHEN PRESSED - "LINE NOT ASSIGNED"
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  • sallymitch9 Oct 24, 2008

    When I press PROG and line 3 it comes up as "Single Line-003" ... (??) I have contacted BT to see if there is a fault but I cant understand why Line's 1 & 2 work fine but 3 & 4 say "Line not assigned" ... HELP?



    Thanks

    Sally

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Since, by default, you have either 4 or 8 lines minimum, do they appear on other phones and is there anything on the buttons? Press PROG and line 3 button. If the display shows CO 003, you have another problem. If they show blank, dial 0 3 and press ENTER. Do the same for line 4 (using 4, of course).

Carl

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro Oct 24, 2008

    Of course, there's a reason I asked TWO questions and you just solved the problem. LINE NOT ASSIGNED means exactly that. You only have 2 lines on your phone system. They are assigned system wide in programming, or turned off in programming. Since the lines appear on your phone, they must be turned off in System Programming.



    Carl

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