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I am unable to clear the call log KX-TA824

Using a KX-TA824 system with a KXT7731 phone
I am attempting to clear the common area call log using the directions in the Operating Manual; which state:
lift the phone off the hook,
enter 70**,
Enter # ,
then hang up once I hear a tone.

It also states I must be using a proprietary telephone that's also the designated operator phone, and I am.

Every time I dial 70**# I just wind up hearing an operator's voice saying the number is not in service.

Can someone tell me a simple way to clear the call log?

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    i just purchased this phone and was attempting to set it up. following setup, i attempted to call a friend. they could not hear me, but i hear them. when they call me, i hear them, they do not hear me

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You have an INTERCOM button on the phone and you're probably using idle line select on pickup.

Don't pick up the handset, push the intercom button and dial your codes.

Carl

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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