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How do I turn off DND????


For the NEC DSX DTL-8R-1, try pressing and holding the Volume Down button on the handset for 2+ seconds while the phone is in standby mode. This press and hold option toggles the Ringer Mute feature. It works when an incoming call is ringing or in standby.

The manual for the this phone is available online here: http://www.teamextenda.com/download/nec/NEC_DSX_Cordless_DECT_UserGuide.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 31, 2014 | NEC DSX DTL-8R-1 DECT Phone

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What is your question? The volume is located in the Tray Notification Area, Sound icon, right click, adjust volume.OR , open Control Panel, Sounds, adjust.

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I cant get my NEC speaker to work for my computer. Is there a specific plug in the monitor that it goes into? Or do you need a software?


click start control panel sounds and audio,volume you can adjust the volume or
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audio you will find 3 drop down lists make sure you have selected the right speakers or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to sound,video and game cotrollers could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers
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Incoming ring volume


It has been my experience with these office phones, that you need to change the volume while somone is calling or while the phone is ringing. Try that, have someone buzz the phone, then while it is ringing, click the volume button up or down.

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How do you turn the ringer off of an NEC-DTU-32D-2?


you need to remove ringing programming in 4-01 for that extension. ldtsnj.com

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Turn Volume Down


Yes while the phone is ringing use the down arrow key and it will lower the volume.

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NEC Dterm 80 / change contrast on display panel


Use the up/down arrows on the bottom right. Though you may think they are volume, it actually is for contrast when the phone is on-hook.

Apr 01, 2008 | NEC Lands Phones

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Call your phone from another phone. Don't answer it. Press you volume up/down button. Up makes the ring louder and down makes the ring softer. I bet someone turned you ring volume down. Once it is set it stays there. God Bless. Jerry

Mar 24, 2008 | NEC Dterm DTP 16D-1 Corded Phone

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Ringer Volume


I am assuming this is on a DTU 16D nec phone. On the right side of the phone is a volume up and down button. If someone calls you, you adjust this while the phone is ringing. If you adjust it after you answer it controls the voice volume (what you hear through the ear piece) if you adjust it while the handset is down but there is no one calling you it adjusts the display contrast on the phone.

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Ringer volume


Adjusting the ringer will depend on the type NEC system you have. On the PRO II, Elite, and IPK just press the Speaker button and dial 601. The Phone should begin to ring and you can then adjust the volume with the up and down arrows.

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