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How do you take the system out of automatic night mode?

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Depending on what the system is connected to, you dial 781 or *7801 for day mode from the Operator phone, or a phone programmed to set mode. It will stay in that mode until you manually change it 780 or the clock event comes around again.

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I think this is fixable by customer level programming. You're going to turn off the Automatic Time Switching (101) and make sure the sytsem is in night mode by pushing the INFO button.

From the main console, press PROG **1234 and dial 101 for system program. Press SEL and ENTER and EXIT as this changes Auto Switching to MANUAL. Now, if the system is in nights, as it should be, you don't have to do anything else until you get back. If it isn't, dial *7801 on the intercom to force it into night mode and you're done!

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Your system has 3 modes of operation, day, night, and lunch. Lunch doesn't have to be a specific time, and you could manually switch between the 3 modes. Most small customers don't even use NIGHT mode, except to control the voice mail system.

Full programming instructions are beyond the scope of the free forum, but in section 3.1 of the programming tool, you set the mode of the trunks for day/night/lunch. No matter what the status of the auto switching to day/night mode, you can still manually switch to lunch by dialing 782 from any phone, and manually switch back to day/night mode (780/781) to turn DISA mode on or off.

Now, you still can have different OGM's for day and night that will automatically work, and manually use the lunch to control the applicaion of DISA. Even if the receptionist steps away from the desk, you can go into 3.2 and turn on some delayed ringing, or anyone can put the system back in day or night mode.

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It does say how to turn from auto to manual and make sure that the time is correct.
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Which system do you have ? Most can be programmed to turn the nite mode on and off automatically based on time of day. Repost a little more info and I can help. ....Mike

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The manual day/night switch can be made from the operator ext (usually 101). This will over-ride the preset schedule.

Press:
[SHFT], [FEAT], scroll jog dial until you see Night Mode, [SEL], then press [0] for night or [1] for day.

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Page 4-33 in the System programming manual.

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