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RCA 4 Line New Message Light

We have no answering phone system (we use the phone company) and the new message is light is on and blinking. Supposedly there is a message on Line 2. How can I shut it off?

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Yeah, I've wasted all morning messing with this. My personal outgoing message keeps reverting back to default. I just got off the phone with RCA and here's the fix for that part of the problem. Go into "Configure Out-Going Announcement" (page 23) and then select "personal," This finally made it stay there. The number I called for help is 1-800-511-3180, or 1-866-285-4651. Good luck!

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I inherited this phone,; how do I check new messages when the message is blinking? I don't see anything that says play.

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Go to your Menu Setup Utility and turn off welcome facility system

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RCA makes several different 2-line phone systems. Select the model you have from
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