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How to view what is programmed on a button

How to view what is programmed on a button

How to view what is programmed on a button

(OP)
I knew a key sequence for viewing what is currently programmed on a button.  Can someone tell me what it is?

RE: How to view what is programmed on a button

Go off hook, press speed 7 # 2 to dislplay button programming. Speed 7 # 1 will run the lcd display test of characters

RE: How to view what is programmed on a button

(OP)
For some reason that is not working for me.  I pressed the key sequence you suggest, and I either just get a busy signal, or the phone tries to do what is programmed on the button, instead of telling me what is programmed on the button. Any ideas?

RE: How to view what is programmed on a button

You need to go off hook to perform this function. Pick up the reciever and put it on the desk. Then enter the key sequence. If you still have no luck, go to station 100 and on hook dial 605. This will return the software version. I thought the key button test was available from FP 1 and on, but I may be mistaken.

RE: How to view what is programmed on a button

(OP)
Super!  Yeah, that works.  I was trying it first by going "off hook" on speaker, not by lifting the handset.  Once I tried it after first lifting the handset, it worked just like you instructed.  Thanks. 2thumbsup smile

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