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Usage of Key 1 on an M3820

Usage of Key 1 on an M3820

Usage of Key 1 on an M3820

Can anyone give a definitive answer on weather or not the useage of Key 1 on an M3820 effects any of the phones features.


Key 2 scr 124
Key 1 scr 123 marp
Key 0 scr 123


Tim Russell

RE: Usage of Key 1 on an M3820


You don't have to program the "key 1" on a 3820 because this programmation is just for the 2616.
The "key 1" is not use for a 3820.


RE: Usage of Key 1 on an M3820

Thank you for the answer although it is not the answer to the question.  I am well aware of the non-usgae of the Key 1, this is why I included the eg with a Marp on Key 1 NOT on key 0 and the LHK=2 text.  This is important.  LHK will not work without the Key 1 and Key 0 being programmed thus when MARP is enabled.  What I wish to know is does using the Key 1 affect the M3820, for example the internal directory etc.

Tim Russell

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