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just replaced an old panasonic EASA wih an 824 configured 3 x16 and programmed other buttons to be speed dials for extensions. however buttons marked co 8 and 9 light up when incoming call rings on line 1 or 2. ( 3 is not in use, but left it active for posible future use.. I have them prorgammed to be icm 108 and 117 and it occurs even if I unplug the jacks on the ksu.

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Check those buttons at the phones and see what they are programmed for.
Just press program, press the button, (co 8 or 9)
and see what it shows.
You will need a display set.
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i have them programmed for icm 107 and icm 118.on all 10 phones but even if I unplug at the ksu it remains the same. I have not unprogrammed each extension yet...

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Are those extensions programmed to ring on incoming calls? It sounds as though you're getting the DSS appearance and ringing indication, even though they are unplugged.

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