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Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

(OP)
Help please; wondering on how to turn off a flashing message light on a toshiba phone, any help would be most appreciated.

RE: Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

tough to offer any advice if we don't know what the flashing message is

Bill
Lead Application Developer
New York State, USA

RE: Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

Remove the battery.

RE: Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

(OP)
Message light flashing, need to turn it off

RE: Toshiba DK 40I Telephone switch

I do not think they left an option for you to do that. When there will be an incoming message the light will blink. It is one of the default settings of the phone.

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