Nortel Meridian M5009 - reprogramming buttons on the phone
I have an old Nortel Meridian M5009 phone (this is what it looks like - http://www.nortelphones.net/phones.html?id=M5009-NT4X35EA/JA). The person who passed the phone onto me didn't leave any instructions. I have no idea how to reprogram the buttons. So far, I have a TRANSFER button (which doesn't seem to work), MESSAGE WAITING button (I know how to use that one), GIC-8 (that is what it is labeled - it is intercom, pretty much), and a PICK-UP button. Then there are 5 slots for different phone numbers, which I want to re-program. Can anyone help me with this issue?
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If you only have one line,why not just lose the Nortel system? You can reuse the wiring from the phone sets to the contoller as regular inside wire,and just plug in regular phones(and maybe put the Nortel phones and controller on EBay and make a few bucks off it!)
When you connect a Nortel Meridian M3820 phone to a 3300 CITELlink Gateway andprogram it as a CITELlink Type2 device, ... Button Label. Function ... Feature Key 4. 11. Feature Key 5. 12. Feature Key 6. 13. Program. 14. Menu Right
What? They are either programmed or not programmed. If the button is blank, I'm voting for NOT programmed.
If your system is old enough, it's probably lost the backup battery. Ugly things, like pulse dial and only 2 lines are what usually happens, along with losing all of the button mapping but your 2 lines and the default programs of LNR, CONF, etc.
If it's just one phone, there's no magic recall. You'll just have to reprogram it. Same with the system if you've lost everything, but I"d call a repair tech first to fix the battery on the software cartridge.
You need to reprogram the features to buttons. Try this:
Press "Feature*3", then press the button to be programmed, and enter the associated feature code (below).
Transfer - Feature 70
Call Park - Feature 74