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#602503 07/21/16 09:02 PM
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Looking for the manual, though I would settle for the pinout for the CKIB as I am just trying to figure out where on the champ a couple of the oddball functions appear.

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Pairs 1-8 are Digital extensions, pairs 10-11 are Analog extensions, 14-15 are MOH 1 and MOH 2, 16(and 17?) are Page Relay, 22-25 are CO Lines. Is there anything else in there (I had to go look at 2 others that are still installed, and then find the Analog ports with a test set....)

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Pairs 9,12,14,19,20,21 have no function.Pair 13 is alarm. Pair 17 is external page. Pair 18 is relay.Oh, and pair 15 is moh1 and pair 16 is moh2.

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Thank you! trying to count in pictures I didn't take (i.e. look all the blocks on the wall!)..... All a little too zoomed out from the wrong angles.

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Installed on Thursday, a nice upgrade from the "band-aid" STS that we dug up 3-4 years ago to get that location functional.

Added an LCOBC and specified LCOB in Flash 24, but Line 005 still won't let me touch it, is there some other bit that has to be set?

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Wrong id...Lcobc cards are identified as LCI8 cards pgm code (15).


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Thank you, after a couple hours running up and down stairs and sitting in a 85 degree room, I figured 75% chance I needed a different code, but working out of an XTS and a DVX manual, some of those cards aren't there, so then I have walked through the list, but Vodavi is about as clear as muck comparing the DISPLAYED code to what is Silkscreened on the part. Might try to swing in and fix that on the way out of state tomorrow (or just let it simmer till I'm coming back in a week).


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