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Door Phone Reinstall on a MICS

Door Phone Reinstall on a MICS

Door Phone Reinstall on a MICS

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Hello all
I have a client that I have installed a "Door Phone" on to their system; it is being used at a dock for resort clients to call for assistance with fuel and getting boats, etc.
The door phone died over the winter due to weather issues I believe. I replaced the unit with an identical unit (manufactured by Algo Communications Products) and it only rings at one extension.
I have it programmed into a hunt group, HG01 707.
Because I changed the unit, do i have to billed the hunt group list again? As well, when I set this up a few years back, I remember a Feature code that had to be inputted to make the phone ring all of the extensions programmed into the hunt group, what is that code?
Many thanks in advance
Regards
Datajockey123

RE: Door Phone Reinstall on a MICS

Yes you need to re-program partially.

F9*4 to access the Door Phone programming
You want to change the DN it is told to call to 707

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