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Line not assigned

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In trying to reset my phone system, now when I pick up the handset the display says "line not assigned" and all I get through he handset is a busy tone. I can not get an outside line to make a call.

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    I've 3 not assigned lines!!!! :-(

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Somewhere, floating around, is a TDA Users manual. Program 19 and 20 deal with Idle line preference out and in. You could have a couple of things going on, one is that you lost your ILP, or the line assigned to it is no longer there. If it's the former, try this:

PROG 19 0 is no line 1 is Idle CO 2 + a button is that line, and 3 is intercom. Press STORE after the sequence and try it.
Worst case is you do 19 3 and get it to the intercom on idle.

For incoming PROG 20 0 is none, 1 is longest ringing, and 2 plus a line is to prefer that line, used when you have a private or semi-private line that you need to answer. Again, press STORE to save your selection.

HTH

Carl


PROG 19 0 is none 1 is

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