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I think the ringer is off on my NEC Dterm 80 phone. when a call comes in, I hear it ring at my bosses desk but not mine and my line is the main line. How do I turn the ringer back on. Thank you

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Ringing is assigned in system programming, so if your phone doesn't ring you can't change that unless you have person on site who works on the system at that level. Some places use the night mode feature to make certain phones ring in day mode, and others to ring in night mode. Not very likely but sometimes the mode gets switched at places who don't realize they have another mode, suddenly only 2 phones ring instead of ...5. Feature,80,Feature, is the code to switch back and forth on a Pro II, an Elite, and an IPK system. This would be done at the reception phone. These phones also work on several other systems so don't know if this works for you. Or maybe you set Do Not Disturb, which would keep your ringer off.

Posted on Jul 12, 2014

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SOURCE: NEC dterm series II phones-name desplay

This works on the series E phones. It may or may not work on the series II.

  1. Press the Speaker key (do not use the handset).
  2. Dial the Name Assignment access code and wait for the special dial tone.
  3. Using the key pad spell the name. Press each number until the letter appears.
  4. When the correct letter is displayed Press the HOLD key. Pressing the HOLD key will lock the letter in place and advance to the next position.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 continue to spell the name.
Pressing the TRANSFER key will change the current letter to lower case.
Example to enter the name “Pat” press:
77 HOLD 22 TRANSFER HOLD 88 TRANSFER HOLD

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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SOURCE: NEC Dterm 80

http://www.battscom.net/User%20Guides/IPK/IPK%20Multiline%20Telephone%20UG_2b.pdf

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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SOURCE: time change

depends on the type of system.
feature 9# enter time.
feature to save

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: How do you disable DND on NEC Dterm 80 phone WITHOUT DND button

Feature 69 feature

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: How do I make a conference call with the NEC Dterm

To establish a 3 way conversation.

  • Pick up handset and dial first number required
  • While on the call, press Transfer (TRF) button
  • Caller will be placed on hold
  • Dial extension number or external number
  • When called answered by third party, press CNF to establish a 3 way conversation.
Note: Any party may exit conference by hanging up

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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