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VM ALARM 1 2 On LCD

VM ALARM 1 2 On LCD

VM ALARM 1 2 On LCD

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I restarted an XTSc KSU and now I'm getting VM ALARM 1 2 on the station 100 LCD. I'm using the 8 port InSkin Vmail and I've used 656 to clear the message, but it seems to reappear whenever the VM card is reset (Either from the reset button on the VM1B card or from a full KSU reset).

It seems to work fine whether I clear the error or not, but I would like to know what is causing it. I don't see anything in the manuals about what causes the VM ALARM message.

RE: VM ALARM 1 2 On LCD

when you reset the card the system looses contact with it and posts a vm error.

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