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MY PHONE SAYS "MAKE BUSY" ON MY LINE. IT WILL NOT FWD TO VM/ ONLY BUSY!!

My phone does not display the time and date. It simply says "MAKE BUSY" and underneath says " phonebook". Neither of these settings help me. I have been trying to change it, but the manual says " press the make busy button to get rid of problem" only one problem with that, I have no "make busy" button on my Superkeys for my main line! Now that I have played with the keys on my phone, it now does not go directly to my line when my line rings, it doesn't light up for me to make a call as i pick up the receiver, I have to manually push the key of my extension to use it!!!!
I need to RESET my phone. HELP!!!!!!!!

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You have to ask your phone administrator to add a "make busy" button to the phone.

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I was given a set of codes to use to reset the "make busy" sign, which was **1, not sure if these codes pertain to all phones, and to turn off "head set" i was told to use **3. I was then able to see the date and time again!! I also was able to pick up my phone when it rings instead of having to press a certain ext to answer from.
Good luck!

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