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How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

I have an ElectraElite 192 and due to user error the terminal (phone) no longer has the night mode feature button programmed. Can someone tell me the steps?

RE: How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

On a Multi line phone press feature then dial 80 to enable night mode. Then to disable night mode press feature then dial 80

RE: How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

Waynefla is correct but you need to do this from ext. 100 or 101 due to attendant feature classes, or check class of service program to make sure Night Mode by staion dialing is enabled.
Hope this helps.

Jerry Pannell

RE: How to set night mode feature- Elite 192

Thanks guys!  It worked.

RE: How to set night mode feature- Elite 192


Did you want to program the night feature back onto a feature access key?
While on-hook, press: [Feature][Redial][Button to be programed][Answer][Feature][80][Feature]

Pressing the [Answer] key followed by [Hold],[Transfer],[Answer],[Speaker],[Redial],[Conf],[Recall],
or[Feature]will store that function into the key.

John Losego

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