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Nec dterm80 How do I remove the DND from my phone? Is there a code for it or something. There used to be a button but since we added lines it was removed. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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  • alma439 Feb 04, 2009

    My phone "seems to be set on DND" I have a NEC Dterm 80.It goes straight to voicemail. When I try Feature 69 Feature it just gives me a dial tone. When try Feature 42 Feature it just shows a number "2" and when I pressmenu-program-Cancel- it doens't fix it. Can anyone help???

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Another solution is to pick up on intercom and dial 4 then 2 and hang up. That is the default DND cancel code. It can be used form single line phones within the system as well.

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Press Feature then hit 69 then hit Feature again. Everyone on here that said this forgot to hit Feature a 2nd time.

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

  • SMouk Aug 09, 2013

    This worked for me! It ahs been a month...but this is what did it. THanks!

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My display is nearly unreadable. It has blue bars over the display.

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How do i get the dnd off the phone

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Press feature then 69 this eliminates the DND!!!

Posted on May 20, 2009

To get rid of the DND you have to press Feature 69 Feature.

Hope that helps!

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

I think you select from buttons at top of phone, "Prog", "DND", "Cncl"

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