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Toll saver does not work. Ring count set to 4 rings

The toll saver feature does not work. The ring count is set to 4 which shold default to 2 when there are new messages. It always rings to 4 with new messages or not.
I've unplugged the unit and re-plugged it in more than once hoping it would re-set properly. Nothing seems to help.
Any ideas?

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"2 rings" or "4 rings" (the default) are not "toll saver". You need to set the ring count to “toll saver”.

On the handset
1) Press Menu
2) Scroll down to Answering Device then press menu
3) Scroll down to Settings press menu
4) Scroll down to Ring Count press menu
5) Scroll up to “toll saver” and then press menu

Posted on May 07, 2009

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    Ms Billie Jansky Jan 27, 2014

    We have a Dect 6.0 with BU50067496 and the information given does NOT help!

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