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The LCD screen of my DTerm80 was showing a "CAMP-ON" message along with someone else's name. I fixed it by pushing the "Exit" button then the second softbutton, under "Clbk", then the first softbutton, under "All". I received the message ""CLEAR CALLBACK CAMP CANCEL"
Assuming you are not an NEC trained Tech and your system is on a IPKII, You will best served by acquiring the IPKII Instalation manual and the Feature and services Manual.
This is not the kind of simple change that the average end user should attempt although I would agree that it is a feature that should have been made availiable to the average user because of occasional movement in
any office environment.
All of my NEC Dterms have problems I have been replacing them one by one, with my vendor. Today I called my vendor to ask them for 5 more replacements. (this would now make the last of all my original phones to be replaced) To my surprise they told me I can no longer exchange my phones as the warranty is over. GEEZZZ! NEC needs to take responsibility on this matter as this is clearly a manufacturing defect, (phones are dated 2007)