Installed an Aastra 9110 connected to an Avaya CM6.2. The toggle switch has been moved to the Avaya 120V setting (there isn't an Avaya 24v setting) and the message light will not turn on.
Has anyone else had this issue? If so, how did you resolve it?
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There isn't a switch on the T42. (I'm using one to write this). the Function (Fn) key toggles the adapters but only if the correct utility is loaded. That is on the lenovo site called 1qkcb9ww or 8jvu12ww. Not sure which controls those features. If Fn+F5 doesn't do it... You otherwise usually get that message when there is a network adapter conflict and sometimes if the driver has become inactive which it does not too often. Try first disabling any other network adapters like Ethernet and maybe even the infrared network adapter though I doubt that could be it. Mine is disabled anyway. Do this in 'Network connections' from control panel for the Ethernet or with Device manager (Systems>hardware>device manager) if you never use a wired connection. If that doesn't help try reinstalling the drivers from the Lenovo site. Andrew L.
Timer is wired wrong and timer white and timer red wires are probably connected together. Timer white wire has to be connected to white neutral wires that are twisted together and shoved to back of box. This will power the clock mechanism inside timer. If box does not have white neutrals, then connect timer white wire to bare ground wire along with timer green wire. Timer black wire connects to Hot wire. Timer red wire connects to Load wire. http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#59028