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#641901 12/31/21 02:59 PM
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I have an old electra elite IPK system and we are changeing store hours so I need to adjust the automatic night mode time. The paperwork I have says to press the LK1 + LK1+27 to access the memory block, but its been a while and I don't know where the LK1 button is on the dterm series i handsets.

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Without knowing the IPK system I would "hazard" to guess that LK1 is referring to Line Key. The row of button below the soft keys on display sets or the top row on non-display sets.

I am sure someone with actual knowledge of you system will reply soon.


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Yep LK1 is line key 1 counting from top left to right.

Wedophones have a full set of manuals available for download and as an example the programming manual is here.....

http://www.wedophones.com/Manuals/N...ming%20Manual%20-%20Document%20R%204.pdf

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Better than going to a different site there are manuals here in this Forum for you to download.

NEC Manuals


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Ah well you don't have to subscribe to wedophones!

What are you now pushing here? We are way beyond the days when you can seek payment for this type of help and if that is the way it is going here, I for one won't be cotributing. Is that why all of a sudden people who don't know NEC systems are trying to help in the NEC forums?

I have no issue with you earning off adverts but don't expect to earn off the backs of people who freely give their advice!

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Originally Posted by R4+Z
I have no issue with you earning off adverts but don't expect to earn off the backs of people who freely give their advice!
I get paid for this? Drats...when is payday?

I can only assume the Owner of this website, at the end of the day, would like to keep the light on. 💡


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Thanks for the replys!

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Originally Posted by Professor Shadow
I get paid for this? Drats...when is payday?

I can only assume the Owner of this website, at the end of the day, would like to keep the light on. 💡

But even with subscriptions it still needs content that is relevant and since subscriptions kicked in, the content seems to be drying up. Why should someone be charging for information given free of charge by the person who knows the answer? Mores the question, why give the free advice in order to let someone else profit from it? I have a forum myself here in Australia and if anything it costs me money to keep it out there, I do it to help people not earn a dollar.


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