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Toshiba DKT-3000 & 3200 series phones

Toshiba DKT-3000 & 3200 series phones

Toshiba DKT-3000 & 3200 series phones

(OP)
Can anyone tell me how to convert Toshiba DKT-3020 or 3220 phone to 10 button and vise-versa.
In the 2000 series there are jumpers clearly mark for this purpose. In the 3000 & 3200 series
I cannot find any difference on the board between 10 and 20 button phones other than the L.E.D.
driver transistor and resistor for the buttons and the actual buttons themselves are missing.
I know someone knows this as I have recently come across a couple of phones that were 20 button phones but now they act like 10 button phones. I believe this is accomplished through self administration of the phone with a secret code that tells the phone to act as a 10 or 20 button.
Being that Toshiba is a dead product line I don't think this "Ancient Japanese Secret" will hurt
anything if it becomes common knowledge. Or you can PM me and I solemnly swear to keep it secret!

RE: Toshiba DKT-3000 & 3200 series phones

(OP)
Never mind, I figured out how to do this. Those Japanese are some crafty people indeed!

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