Question about NEC Lands Phones
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Ask the Attendant to turn on the Set Relocation Mode.
From the new location, press Speaker, then the LED lights.
Dial Set Relocation code________
Dial your station number.
Dial the Station Password (same as the Station Outgoing Lockout
Hear the confirmation tone and then press Speaker.
Inform the Attendant to turn Set Relocation Mode off.
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Posted on May 15, 2008
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I do not deal with your system but I see similar problems in other phone systems. This MAY be what is happening...
The message light can be a voice mail indicator OR someone on another phone in the building can leave you an intercom message (no voice system used or required). In those cases you need to return the message by pressing the MSG button, this should make the phone ring that left you the message in the first place. That phone needs to be answered to return the message and cause your light to stop flashing.
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