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#224196 11/04/08 08:54 AM
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I am looking for a manual or programming guide for an ITT 801 system.
I searched the forum but could not find any info. I am sure there are not many of these still around but am hoping at least there may be someone out there that remebers the programing codes. I just need to change some line appearance and ring.
If you have any helpfull info I would appreciate it.

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Change your search criteria to "ITT EKS801" and you might have better luck. In the meantime, I'll take a look and see if we still have any of them.


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The 801 used the same CPU software as the 3100....similar usage...as well as the 802.


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Try King Technologies in Tennessee.

#224200 11/06/08 02:33 PM
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You do do need the manual for the 801. The 801 and 802 have differences in programming codes. The 3100 is no way close to the same programming. I still have a mat panel. Never know what comes out of the woodwork !!


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Seems odd, hex and a map.....in 1984 when I went to ITT school in Harrisburg it was the Compact.


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I was there also, 3 times. Milan, TN twice and Hartford.
I worked for ITT BCS 15 years. 3100, td100,OKI hated those dip switches, terryphone, and that junk from Spain(x-bar).
NY tel for 11 years, ITT for 15 and now a NJ company for 20. Is there anything left ? LOL


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Originally posted by KLD:
Seems odd, hex and a map.....in 1984 when I went to ITT school in Harrisburg it was the Compact.
OMG, I thought I was the only one here who ever worked with the 3100 'compact'.

The 3100 was a workhorse of a switch. I still have one left that we service. Used to have many of them...

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I have one compact in NYC. Never opened the front !!The P600 x-bar was from Spain.I also went to Terryphone school with ITT.


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Ed thanks for the hint.
I found a manual with that search.
It really is amazing how once you get in front of something it kinda all starts coming back.


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