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d1232 panasonic hybrid system, line sound level

d1232 panasonic hybrid system, line sound level

d1232 panasonic hybrid system, line sound level

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i once changed the voice level of the panasonic extention for two line. for some odd reason i can find where is it now and change it again. all i reacall is that i was somehting with 9 dpm and 12 dpm.

i looked in the manuals of panasonic and i cant find the answer.

i know how to enter programing mode, but in the manue there are only 15 entrys, which are:
day time
spd number set
spd name set
ext number set
ext name set
flexible key asn
operator managerds console asn
message asn
emergency call
charge limit
charge margin
isdn ext no
isdn ext name
isdn charge lim


maybe is something with prevelige of operator and not manager? can anyone refer me to the full guide for the manager?

can anyone tell me where can i change the volume level again?

thank you.

RE: d1232 panasonic hybrid system, line sound level

if you are looking for db levels on C.O. lines its in
additional programming if it station 7400's series
levels it's done with the blue screen!

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