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Console Problem We recently switched phones from one extension to another. Now the added console that shows who is on phone isn't lighting up, but the bottom ones (400, 450, 500) are. Is there an easy fix?

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When you switch phones the system does not know this. All programming is stored in the system, not the phones. If you swap phones of the same model nothing should change. If you put a phone in with different button configurations then things very well may change.

It's not an easy fix. The phone system would need to be re-programmed for that phone port.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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