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BUttons are not working

There are two buttons that are not working on the switchboard. I recently changed the extensions around by using the 170 code and now two off the buttons are dead buttons. Are there any suggestions? Thanks.

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You need to go into programming use mmc 722 . Type the ext # you are having a problem with and the press the btn that is not working. If it says none , you have to program it for what you want it to do. (i.e. ds for direct stn select)

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