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programming a flash key on dk280
#185729 07/15/06 11:14 AM
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Hey guys, I got our telco to set us up with 3 way calling with transfer so we can transfer calls out to cell/homephones, works fine doing cnf/trn #45 as I read here, of course that's tedious...
How do I program a "flash" key on the phone? DK 280, DKT2010 and a DKT2020 need to have it. I've done button programming before in...program 38 and have the instructions from our Tosh vendor to program a pause button, assume it's the same except what I program the button to be.
Any help is much appreciated. Thanks.

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Re: programming a flash key on dk280
#185730 07/15/06 07:49 PM
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Its prog 39 not 38. for a m/w flash
program 38 changes the phones template, did you change any of those .
In a previous set of your posts Martin cautioned you on prog 38 and buttons and to use prog 39 .?

Note a "pause " button puts a pause in the speed dial chain .

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#185731 07/15/06 08:08 PM
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Yeah 39, didn't have the instructions in front of me. I had used 38 before to change phones from a 10-button to a 20-button. I'm going to change the DND button I don't use to be the flash button. After that I'm fresh out of buttons. what do you mean by "m/w flash?"
thx.

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#185732 07/16/06 06:25 AM
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Theres a discription of the key on page 57 of the

Digital stations users guide. :thumb:

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#185733 07/16/06 07:46 AM
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I'll look it up as soon as I'm back at the office. :toast:


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