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Office Point (non Hicom) reset procedure

Office Point (non Hicom) reset procedure

Office Point (non Hicom) reset procedure


I am working on the small office Office Point system. It is not a HiCom Office Point.

I have the manual and am trying top program this, but I am running into problems. I keep finding settings from the previous owner.

I have worked on these before and am pretty sure the problems I am seeing are related to stuff that remains from the previous installation.

What I really want to do is to start from scratch, but I find no way to reset the system to the factory defaults.



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RE: Office Point (non Hicom) reset procedure

open the cabinet of the office point system. inside you can see the reset button.

as you have the installation manuals, you can confirm it in the book.

RE: Office Point (non Hicom) reset procedure

Hold the reset button for 5 seconds, then it will do a hard reset and that clears all settings.

It works! Now if only I could remember what I did...

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