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TOSHIBA DK 280 PROGRAMMING

TOSHIBA DK 280 PROGRAMMING

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TRYING TO PROGRAMM A TOSHIBA DK280 IT LOOKS LIKE YOU NEED A SOFTWARE AND LABTOP TO DO THIS,WHERE CAN I FIND THE SOFTWARE AND IS THERE ANY TECH SUPPORT LEFT FOR THIS SYSTEM,ANY HELP MUCH APPRECIATED,THANKS

RE: TOSHIBA DK 280 PROGRAMMING

All programing can be done from a 20 button set attached to port 005

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RE: TOSHIBA DK 280 PROGRAMMING

You need the I&M manual or at least the "Program Record Sheets".

It's been ages since I worked on a DK, but I don't recall ever using a "password" for keyset programming, although there is a special key sequence to enter programming mode.

RE: TOSHIBA DK 280 PROGRAMMING

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