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"Expo Sim" (Exposure Simulation) shows what your picture would look like with your chosen settings. For example, put the camera in full manual mode, start Live View, start turning dials and you'll see changes in the look.
Typically dealers are the only people who can work with the security systems on cars. If it is a factory security system, calling a dealer would be your best option. If it is aftermarket, call the company that installed it. If you have a mechanic you trust, you are free to ask them for advice, but typically mechanics will refer you to a dealer for security system issues.
Log into the mailbox and check the setting via ADMIN or 8 then press 8 again to set it up. Make sure your cell # is in there and see that its told to grab the right line, pool or route. If all seems ok but still an issue then you need to call your vendor in to look at system/lines.
mine does the same thing, but my security light flashes. I was told that it is the security system on the car not recognizing the key. The key I am using is the original key for the car though. I was told that a quick (but not so quick) fix is to open the door, put the key in, turn it on but don't start it.... set for roughly 10 minutes so the car will reset itself. It works everytime but is a pain in the ****. Was told the only way to completely fix the problem would be to put a new motor in it.
Did you do something stupid like program over the top of the buttons? Press PROGRAM and, starting from the bottom press a button, then dial 0 01 STORE Move up the line and press 0 02 STORE etc. Do that for however many lines you have and it puts the lines back into the Single-CO sequence that you probably started with. (PROGRAM is done from an idle phone and you press PROGRAM to exit).
If it dials O.K., try pressing # and see if it turns on the DTMF pad. You could have pulse dial on outside calls enabled, and that would keep the keypad in pulse mode until it's told to send tones.
This is really only a guess. The type of dialing is programmed in CO trunks and it's possible it's been set to Call Blocking! It is designed to send pulse only and block the audio of DTMF so the CO won't get confused. You might start with changing the Type Dial to DTMF and test. If that doesn't work, try Pulse and test. Last, if that doesn't work, you will need to keep call blocking and try the # after dialing.
Please comment back if it does or doesn't work. We don't see much pulse dial around here.