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One of the Co lines. CO 4 has a constant fast "busy" tone when off hook. Bad CO card?

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  • flyairnick May 26, 2009

    The problem is there whether the line is connected or not. I haven't tried the flip-flop due to that.

  • flyairnick May 26, 2009

    Additionally, the red alarm light is on.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Flip flop the 3rd and fourth line. does it stay with the port or move with the line?

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The red light will stay on until you clear the alarms. Those alarms can be for any reason, so the idea is to just ignore them and let a technician read them when he comes.

If you don't have a Line 4, it will give you a fast busy because there's no dial tone. Just because it appears, and you can select it, ie green light and display saying Line 004, if it has no line connected to it, you will get a busy. Either get dial tone on the line, disable it, or take it off the set. The first is in program 400, the second is PROG press the button press TRANSFER twice and STORE.

Carl

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