I am using an NEC Electra Professional ETW-24SD-1(BK). The system came with the office and no manuals. It would be great to havea list of all possible functions, but I really need the Redial function to work.
The Last Number Redial feature is invoked by pressing the <LNR/SPD> button then the "*" (asterisk). This is true whether you have the NEC Electra Professional Level I or Level II system. To know what other features are available depends on the system. If you know where your main control box (KSU-Key Service Unit) is, the Level I system has a plastic cabinet, the Level II system has the metal cabinet.
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you probably have an ext unit please try the following steps To set the time, Press FNC then 9 then # then set the hr and mins using number keys Use RECALL button to set AM & PM Press FNC again to set. Good luck and best regards John
Changing the time on a Electra Elite & Professional system must be done from the "main" or primary phone. It is usually extension # 100.
Enter hour and minute
Press "RECALL" to change AM/PM setting
Press "HOLD" to change the calendar setting
Press "RECALL" to change the day of week
Dial "#" to move the cursor to day of month field
Enter day of month
Press "RECALL" to select month
Dial "#"to move the cursor to year field
Enter last 2 digits of year
Not sure if I understand your question correctly, but I think I just learned how to do that on an electra professional. Memory block 4-1-1 lets you go through each of the internal extensions, and you can set each extension to ring when a call comes in from any/some/all of the outside lines. to reach memory block 4-1-1, I used a multi line terminal connected to ports 1. Press fnc => hold => # => 0 => * => line key 4. Use the fcn(?) key to cycle through the internal ports, the line key buttons to map each of the 4 lines (presumably line keys 1 through 4 on your system). As to where to get a manual, I am not sure, I have 3 thick binders... good luck