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contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

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Please contact your Customer Service Representative now for service  812C

What does this error mean and how do i get rid of it
 

RE: contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

Since you didn't say what type of system, that is kind of hard to do. It looks like a Phonemail error, can you verify

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RE: contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

It's a phonemail error, but unless you know how to get into the maintenance area and look in the alarm log it will be hard to know what it is.  Even the techs usually don't know those codes - they just look in the error table for what's wrong.
 

RE: contact your Customer Service Representative now for service 812C

This is a phonemail error.  

Go to listlog and check the errors.  Look for a  priority 1 or 2 error.
You might have to run testphonemail or testvoice to test your system.  

If everything is good, delete the listlog and the error will be gone.

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