The NEC switchboard I have to use every day is driving me
quite batty with beeping that starts after someone has been
on hold for 60 seconds.
The only way around it is to either take them off hold then put back on, or turn the volume right down, which unfortunately also turns down the ringing volume.
Does anyone out there know if I can cancel that "Feature"?
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Re: I NEED to cancel warning tones...
You cannot cancel the feature but the on-hold recall timer can be increased. This is a system programming feature that will effect all phones. You could change the timer from 60 seconds to say 240 or more.
Do you know who is in charge of making programming changes for your system? You may have someone at the office or you may pay a company for adds, moves & changes.
As far as programming goes, changing a simple timer is about as easy as it gets but it's still a bit complicated and would require a programming manual for your phone system (not the phone) so the first step is to find out which NEC phone system you have.
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It would help to know the model number of the dishwasher, but on many Bosch dishwashers, you can switch the cycle cycle completion signal off as follows:
1. While holding the right-handCANCEL/DRAIN button, also press and hold the ON/OFF button 2. When the LED above the CANCEL/DRAIN button illuminates and the beeping starts, release both buttons 3. Press the right CANCEL/DRAIN button repeatedly until the beeping tone is at the desired volume, i.e. silent! 4. Press the "ON/OFF" button again to set the volume.
On models with the wash cycle buttons on the top edge of the door, the CANCEL/DRAIN buttons aren't always explicitly labelled CANCEL/DRAIN. These buttons are also labelled RESET on some models.
On models with 3 and 4 wash cycle buttons, the right CANCEL/DRAIN button is the third button when reading from left to right. On models with 5 wash cycle buttons, the right CANCEL/DRAIN button is the fourth button when reading from left to right.
Please try the above then let me know if you need further assistance. Please state the model number or series (i.e. Integra) of your washer if/when replying.
1995 GrCher Orvis - I have now just started with the same problem. An incessent loud high pitched alarm sound. Identical fuse, ignition on/off, and ticking issues. Can start jeep, warning sounds as normal followed by incessent tone, I can remove fuse to get quiet, but then when I close the door I get the identical alarm sound, but with a slight pause. Tone. Tone, Tone, etc. I can't figure. Tore through all components of dash: to learn that the alarm seems to emminate from the transmission floor area, and is not in the instrument panel (f up #1) nor is it behind the dashboard (f up #2). I'm stuck now... Anybody got something for me? Is it a transmission warning?
My van did this aswell, you must have a power sliding door, when it is not latched properly this warning goes off but it won't say on your message center "door ajar". Stop and reopen the door and close it again no more bell. good luck.
If your main system cabinet (in some closet somewhere) is plastic, you have the NEC Electra Professional Level I system and the DND cancel procedure is <FNC>, 60, <FNC> when the phone is idle.
If your main system cabinet is metal, you have the NEC Electra Professional Level II system and the DND cancel procedure is <FNC>, 69, <FNC> when the phone is idle. You can also press "42" while hearing intercom dial tone. The most common cause of accidentally setting DND is by dialing "40" while hearing intercom dial tone (Level II system).There is a slim chance your main system is not the Electra Professional series. If either of the above do not work, let me know.
Found this on the Bosch website..... see 2nd to last step
The Cycle Completion Signal
This Cycle Completion Signal is a tone that sounds to alert you when your dishwasher
finishes washing and drying your dishes. You can either disable the tone or set the volume.
· P ress and hold the right “Cancel Drain” button then press and hold the On/Off button.
· When the light on the “Cancel Drain” button you are pressing illuminates and the tone
begins to sound, release both buttons.
· P ress the right-most “Cancel Drain” button until the tone is either at the desired volume
or is silent.
· P ress the On/Off Button. The Cycle Completion Signal is now set.
The display will blink if power is cut either by unplugging or if the control system is power-cycled. The cause of the power glitches needs to be located & corrected. Changing the ring tone/cadence depends on which control unit is being used.