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Old 08-10-2009, 11:59 AM   #1
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was given this butt, without instructions? ive changed the battey in it, but never have used one. any input?
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...... any input?
On how to use it, or how to get it to even work?
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:34 PM   #3
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http://www.datacomtools.com/Manuals/ts22l.pdf
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Wow, drsparky, you are so above average. I went to the Fluke/Harris web site and couldn't even find the "AL" model. and you picked up on my Austin Powers quip in the pet peeves area.
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how to use and get it to work. the pdf didnt help at all
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What did the manual not explain?

Using one of these is not much different than just using a phone.
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ive connected it to the line to test the phone but get nothing. new battery in it no lights come on
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Check out this pdf from Fluke's website, it is the original operating and service instructions that should have come with the buttset.

http://www.flukenetworks.com/fnet/en...tegorycode=TTS
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Old 08-10-2009, 07:46 PM   #9
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The Ts22 is a pretty run of the mill buttset. I'm not sure what the AL is all about. Connect to the line, monitor or talk switch on the side. Not much to it. If you can't draw dial tone, the butt set is probably messed up.
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Or the line is actually dead.

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Royston, I'm assuming that you pushed the large black slide switch on the side of the test set into the up position. Otherwise the buttset will remain on-hook and do nothing.

P.S. The AL indicates that it is datasafe tester (won't disturb data circuits if you accidentally tie into one).
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I believe A means it has Amplified hands free speaker phone for use with voice prompts and L means data Lockout to keep you from going off hook and downing a data line, which was the next level up from the older TS22 DS, Data Safe model that I have. Its a nice butt set if you ever get it working.
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