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Lights and intercom

When I push the intercom buttom and then the button to the extension I am hoping to "buzz", nothing happens. Also, the button with his name on it does not light up indicating that he is on the phone. The phone is an Avaya 34D Partner System.

Any ideas on how to fix this?

Thank you.

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Feature 00
press the button that is supposed to be him
press the left intercom and *XX (XX is the extension number of the user)

feature 00 when done

Pressing the button will now page the phone, and you will see the status of the user.

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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