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Line Pool F64 Pool B

Line Pool F64 Pool B

Line Pool F64 Pool B

I have a BCM that every phones button 13 is programmed (Line Pool  F64   Pool B). when they hit button 13 it send them to the local hospital. where is the phone number for the hospital programmed?.

RE: Line Pool F64 Pool B

If it is only a pool button programmed, it is only dial tone that is provided. I believe there is a step you are missing..

RE: Line Pool F64 Pool B

is it some kinda hotline from/to the hospital?

RE: Line Pool F64 Pool B

That's what I was thinking as well senk1s. If they are not touching additional key for dialout(external autodial or speeddial), it would have to be setup as a hotline..

RE: Line Pool F64 Pool B


I assume that you used F*0 and pushed the button in question to verify that it is a pool key.  If so I have a question:

What kind of lines are in pool B?  Is it possible that they are manual tie lines to the hospital?


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