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The Phone when it dials out when the other party picks the line goes dead

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This is a typical service provider problem. The fact that the phone is able to establish contact to bts implies that the phone is ok.

Contact your service provider it could be a call setup glitch which will be corrected on your service provider switch.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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What happens when you dial "9" into the intercom dial tone? Is that the line you wnat to auto select?

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You're in luck. Without picking up the handset, press PROGRAM the line 1 button, and dial 0 001 (or 01) and STORE. Press PROGRAM to exit.

If I "guessed" right, on your TDA system, you have line 1 back.

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IIRC the 624 selects lines in 1,2,3 order vs. the 824's 321. Dial "9" from the intercom and you can verify this.

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Put the system back in SET or press the PROGRAM button to exit.

With any line preferenc, you have to press Intercom to dial internally or page. If your specific line is busy, you won't get anything when you pick up the phone or press SP PHONE. It also disables Last Number redial if the line is busy.

Did I mention that I don't use it :-) Of course, I don't use the 624 either.

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I would use the procedure "may I tell him who's calling?" Announce the call to the inside party as "I have a call from so-and-so" If they accept, you hang up.

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