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tvp100 message notification light problem

tvp100 message notification light problem

tvp100 message notification light problem

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We have a Panasonic TVP100 system set up with a Panasonic D816 phone system, it all works fine apart from one problem, the message notification light does not work on any of the handsets. The settings seem to be correct but I only have limited knowledge of this system (it was set up by a colleague) and am sure I must have missed something, any help appreciated.

RE: tvp100 message notification light problem

The tvp100 was designed for the older analog systems, the digital systems weren't around yet(oh my god why is it still running?). The analog systems required a pound (#) after all feature codes. Remove the pound from light on/light off sequences thus: Light on=701X; Light off=700X.

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