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We have a tevion dp750 phone. it is set at pulse and we want to alter the setting to tone to accept calls. Please help

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The manual says -
1. from standby, press and hold <| until the setting you want is displayed : pulse or tone ( the symbol is the backwards facing triangle)

If the setting displayed is not the one required release the button, and then long press it again and the setting will toggle

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On the handset, below the screeen in the left corner is the R button (left to Talk) green button. Press and continuously hold the R button uless changed to pulse/ Tone

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From standby, press and hold < until the setting you want is displayed: "Tone" or "Pulse"

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