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DECT Handsets

DECT Handsets

DECT Handsets

We have installed a KXTDA 30 with a DECT unit and phones installed, the system has 4 lines installed, however when the customer uses a DECT phone to place a call on hold,if it holds on line 4 they cannot retrieve back, in the DECT phone settings it only has 3 lines listed, is there anyway to increase this, I know the bottom right button on the phone can retrieve it back but this does not always work!  

RE: DECT Handsets

you cant get more lines on the dect handset

however when a call is recieved at a dect handset instead of pressing hold use *50
to take the call back at the dect handset again type *50

if a call is placed on hold on a system phone .lets say line 4 and you want to get it on the dect handset
type *53 004
the 004= the line the call is held on

Peter ( www.vpi.ie)

RE: DECT Handsets

the most common use of hold in your case would be not to hold the call but to Park the call

while talking to a person on the dect
press transfere ( R )
type *52
enter a park Zone 01 to 09
call is parked

to take it back from any handset including dect

off hook
dial *52 + ( park Zone )ie 02

hope this helps

peter (www.vpi.ie)

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