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Park Line Lights Blinking

Park Line Lights Blinking

Park Line Lights Blinking

Hello, on one of my user handsets the four park lines are blinking red and I can't get them to go off. I tried replacing the phone and that didn't work so I suspect it's something in the configuration or line. Otherwise, the phone is working. I'm going to try switching lines on the digital station with a different port to see if it's the line or not. Anyone have any clues as to why this is happening?

RE: Park Line Lights Blinking

Do other users with the same buttons blink red as well.
If so some one has parked calls on the buttons.

Look for a phone with 4 green flashing buttons that will be the source.

Also they may not be park buttons.

Just look at the programming of the phone.and see what they actually are

RE: Park Line Lights Blinking

I found a fix from the forum.

BadgerTony (IS/IT--Management)(OP)22 Aug 13 12:37
Update: I was able to fix the issue by calling myself, putting my cell phone on Park 2 (which was having the issue), and having that user pick it up. She was able to answer my phone call, and the blinking went away after she hung up.

RE: Park Line Lights Blinking

Pink for posting resolution

The truth is just an excuse for lack of imagination.

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