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Unable to un night switch line #1

I have NEC NDK 9000 and when I came in this morning I pressed line #1 to type in #21# but am unable to get a line out - I have tried on all three extensions and unplugged the system - but still nothing

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Try reset the phone by going into the menu. then try again.

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