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Merlin Legend Ring Tone

Merlin Legend Ring Tone

Merlin Legend Ring Tone

I'm running a Legend Rel 7 in my home. When the ATL sets ring on incoming calls, it is the exact ring tone from the selected ring options. On the MLX sets, regardless of the ring selected, a single 'beep tone' is added at the end of the selected ring. Is this extra beep controlled by a setting? can it be turned off? Could not find it mentioned anywhere in the 3 volumes of legend manuals I have.

RE: Merlin Legend Ring Tone

One long ring indicates an inside call
One long ring plus one short ring (beep) indicates an outside call
One long ring plus two short rings (beeps) indicates a transferred outside call or a returning transfer
One long ring plus three short rings (beeps) indicates a returning callback call

RE: Merlin Legend Ring Tone

Thanks for the quick reply... someone is still knowledgeable of this old but reliable system!! Thanks for solving.

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