Question about Toshiba DKT-2010 Corded Phone
I bought two DKT-2010 SD phones on ebay, as replacements for my company's system. All is well except that the handsets appear to have been bypassed, most likely for telemarketing headsets. I do not know how to restore these phones to their original state so that we may use the handsets as a conventional telephone. The PDF user's manual I found online suggests a code that I can type to enter programming mode, but that is not working.
These phones have a horrible problem with the hook switch. If you can only get the phone to work in speakerphone mode, most likely the hook switch is shot. If nothing happens when you lift the handset a bad hookswitch is likely. If the hook switch works but the talk path in the handset does not work, there may be a cut jumper wire. The wire is cut when a headset adapter is installed and if that adapter was later removed it will effect the talk path for the handset. If you take the back of the phone off you can see the jumper (visible from the back of the circuit board through a notch next to the speaker) If you can use a soldering iron, a cut jumper can be repaired easily by bending the wire back so there is only a small gap and soldering it. -Ben
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
I found some old notes of mine you could try, but they're involved: 1. [Spkr],#,603,500,[Speed Dial],[Redial],[Spkr],pick up hand set, hang up. 2. [Spkr],#,656,9,phone extension,[Redial],[Spkr],pick up hand set, hang up. 2. [Spkr],#,657,#,phone extension,[Redial],[Spkr],pick up hand set, hang up. Were you able to find a free manual online? Pat
Posted on Feb 21, 2007
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