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Toshiba strata dk280

Hi, is there any where i can download or get free assistance with programming the slots on the above telephone system for ISDN2 lines. I have a TOSHIBA STRATA DK280 technical manual, installation and maintainance manual 1996 but no mention of programming slots nor isdn2. HELP ! Many thanks, Nick

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  • harold451 Jun 20, 2008

    have the same prob, moved to a unit with a strta dk280 all working

    the previous company moved with their isdn2 numbers, got the new numbers but don t have a clue were to change it (know about the ext 005 but need to know where to change the numbers)

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