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How to connect the phone to the phone line when it says "keycode read"

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A key code is required to expand the number of allowed extensions.

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The BCM 50 can be key coded for up to 12 extensions on the main cabinet. Expansions cabinets use one key code to cover whatever Media Bay Module is installed. If you have an expansion cabinet with extensions it is possible that the extensions on the main cabinet did not get key coded. I have had a system with an expansion cabinet and only key coded eight extensions in the main cabinet because it was cheaper. This can be checked in the system / key codes area of programming.

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This sounds like it might be a defective CCD imager. If so, Canon should fix this for you for free, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the following two links for more info:
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I looked up fax problems at HP.com and my guess, based on what I read, is that the 6110 is able to detect the broadband data connection at the higher line frequencies, even though all you hear on the line is a normal dial tone. If you haven't done so already, you'll need to install a line filter on one of your phone jacks (this should have come in the kit with the rest of the hardware you were sent to set up the DSL line). This isn't an issue with the 6110, but a natural "consequence" of using DSL.

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Does your Pixma multifunction printer have two lines in? for line 1 and line 2? Your active line should be in line 1 of course.

However, I do not think your printer is the source of the problem.

When the phone company turns off line 2 they can do it one of three ways depending on the generation of your local telephone system.

At the back of your home or in the office building there should be a telephone network interface box. Once section if open to the customer to do basic tests, the other is reserved an uses a security screw head to keep you out. You have either red/green and yellow/black or blue/blue-white and orange orange-white wires. Each color refers to tip and ring in telephone polarity. If these are reversed your phone will work but not well.

For your smart phone with two lines in, I'd check out at the box and switch the wires for black/yellow or orange orange-white. When these are reversed the 'polarity' is off but voltage would still be present. In your case, the smart phone MAY be reading the crossed wires and giving you a line open vs. a line empty/disconnected which is nearly the same thing.

If you still have the second set of lines connected to your phone disconnect them from the phone and then underneath the phone you MAY find a switch to hard set your phone for single line or double line.

Let me know how you make out.

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