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Old sx 100/200 dishwasher style
#104555 07/09/06 02:56 PM
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I have a hunt group with three lines. AT&T and Qwest all say there lines are clear coming into the dmark. My problem is I have a line that is off hook and I think it's the alarm. How do I busy out the trunk? I have a dum term hooked up to it, but I cant seem to find the right prompt. Please help!

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I think that the line cards on the old SX100/200 had dip switches along the front edge to busy them out but it's been a really long time. It may be a case of one of them being in the incorrect position? Just a guess.


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I think Ed is correct . I don't have access to my manuals . If you are using GS Trunks one is most like acting like it is LS . Or the Polarity is reversed if using GS . You can check them with a standar analog set and a hunk of jumper wire tie one end to an ac outlet screw strip the other and touch the ring lead you should get DT . Thanks


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#104558 07/11/06 04:02 PM
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If you have a terminal, go to the Maintanence side of programming. I am thinking it's under system, then port status, you should be able to busy the B/S/C. My memory is a bit fuzzy but hopefully i'm close.


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#104559 07/11/06 05:18 PM
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If he's talking about a SX200 Digital, to busy out a trunk he needs to go to maintenance, then diagnostic, more keys, busy out, bay slot circuit.

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#104561 07/28/06 04:52 PM
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no dumb terminal on the old sx 100/200 ev's right
dips on card or you can busy out thru console 0n 217

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On the old analogs you might be able to go to the console and do *51 [trk #] to busy the trunk, and *41 [trk #] to restore it.

*31 or *32 should clear alarms.

That's off the top of my head, and I may be mixed up w/ 20s, or 50s.

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Let's see. To clear an alarm on 100/200A 203 thru 217, *8# release, assuming * is the maintenance access code. This clears 1 alarm at a time. If there is a way to clear them all, besides power down-power up, I never found it in the manual. Direct trunk seize is *20 XXX * Forced trunk release is *20 XXX ##.(XXX is 3 digit trunk number) Somebody else chime in w/busy and restore. Switches have to be set correctly on card or busy and restore don't work right. My books are at work or I'd really demo my reading skills. I just happened to work on a 217 11/Aug and my short-term memory held up for a change.
The dip switches on the front of the card are top 4 left, bottom 4 right OR vice-versa, I fergit!
I believe telephoneguy is thinking of the SX10, Super10, SX20, SX50.

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I think maint code +1 clears all errors (555+1)

*9XXX* busy out trunk
*9XXX# rts trunk

Above should read assuming * is the attendant function code, as does my response and assumes 555 is maintenance function code.


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