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Lights on main switchboard and calls coming directly through to e

I think the cleaner may have pressed something - but three lights are on - extensions and calls are going directly through - how do I cancel the lights - nothing seems to work! HELP

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  • slembcom Nov 30, 2008

    Top row 3 lights on from left to right

  • slembcom Dec 01, 2008

    when I press prog. 99 I get the message PT PGM Mode - how do I clear it - by the way there are only two lights on next to the night mode buttom - (night mode is not lit) - FWD/DND button is NOT lit up

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    So press PROGRAM 99 and push each of the 3 buttons and post back what it says on the display. The top 3 could be just about anything.



    Are you sure the FWD/DND button (3rd from left on bottom) isn't lit?

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    What 3 lights are those?

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I missed your repost. Let me be sure we're looking at the same phone...

The buttons count (bad ASCII ahead)
....... soft..1.....soft..2........soft..3

...7.......8.......9........10...........11.........12
..1.......2........3..........4............5...........6
ICM...CNF...FWD....MSG....PAUSE....XFR

You can press PROG 99 and EACH BUTTON and read the display. If you press button one, I'd expect the display to say C.O.1 2,2 and so on. Write down what they say and which ones are lit. Pick up the handset and hang it back up again to clear the display. This just tells you what the buttons are for.

You can always clear the phone by dialing 790# on the intercom. It may not be what you want, but it should reset the phone. It will also cancel all call forwards and any other things in memory on the phone.

Carl






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Try unplugging it from the wall.If it has a back up battery remove and let set 3-5minutes.Try this. RICHARDM69

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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    Have you tried my solution?.Phone should reset itself to default

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