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#626139 12/10/18 04:07 PM
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We have a DTR-8D-1 Series-i Dterm set that is not behaving like other sets on our (SV8100) system.

On most sets pressing the up/down arrow keys when the phone is idle adjusts the LCD contrast (as expected).

On this particular set pressing the up/down arrow keys when the phone is idle adjusts the speaker volume.

I'm not able to find a way to change the LCD contrast on this device. Any thoughts?

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So pressing the volume up/down while phone is idle should adjust contrast.

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Originally Posted by nec-guru
So pressing the volume up/down while phone is idle should adjust contrast.

Yes, that's what I would expect, and our other phones behave that way, but this set shows "SPEAKER". I've confirmed that making changes at that point do indeed change the level of the speakerphone.

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One thing to check. The contrast is not adjustable when the telephone has background music enabled. Try this.
To turn Background Music on or off:
1. Press idle Speaker.
2. Dial 725.
3. Press Speaker to hang up.

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Originally Posted by nec-guru
One thing to check. The contrast is not adjustable when the telephone has background music enabled. Try this.
To turn Background Music on or off:
1. Press idle Speaker.
2. Dial 725.
3. Press Speaker to hang up.

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No wonder they call you a Guru! That did it (except it's 425 on our system, instead of 725).

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Lol, thanks for the feedback AVboy. Glad to be of help.


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