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Re: water driping out of split air co unit
The drain hose could be clogged or the drain pan could be blocked. A service technician can correct this. Give an air con technician a call. This can be done by yourself if you know what you are doing but it is best to leave it up to the professionals I take the time to answer you questions so please rate me
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The blinking light usually means one of two things: 1) message box is full or 2) you have a new message. Deleting messages should solve this problem for you. After you delete the messages, if you still have a blinking light, unplug the power cord and take the batteries out of all the phones linked to the base unit. Then one at a time put the batteries back in after you plug the base unit in. This should clear and error. Some base units have a back-up battery, don't forget to remove it too!
In memory block 4-1 for the extension's port, The Lkey for the CO line is lit green for immediate ringing, red for delayed ringing, and off for no ringing.
In memory block 1-1-77 you enter the CO's delayed ringing timer in seconds.
I wouldn't try and deal with seperating into tenants.
What I would suggest is in 4-19 restrict outbound trunk access (corresponding Lkey for CO line is lit to restrict)
Stations 1-4 would not be allowed to dial out on CO lines 5-6
Stations 5-6 would not be allowed to dial out on CO lines 1-4
This way Company A is not tying up Company B's CO lines for outbound calls and vice-versa.
You have to de-register all your handsets from the old base unit with the old base unit's RC first before then re-registering them with the new base unit with its new (presumably different) RC. See the manual for details on how to do this - other posters have put links such as http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/speciallinks/gb/vkg/source/KALA300range.pdf where you can download the manual.