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- Joined: Sat Feb 27, 2010 1:57 pm
This is actually not addressed in any of the doumentation; are the lights all supposed to be ON all the time, once the thing is hooked up? I am confused because in the photo on the cover of the quick-start guide, only the logo and the envelope are shown as lit up.
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- Joined: Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:14 pm
yes! all lights on. That is: 3 across the top, the 1 and 2, the trash can and the envelope; 4 across bottom; and the funky ooma logo in center. All blue. If you pick up a phone, the number 1 (or 2) will turn orange.
If you don't have any lights, then press the middle top button (sort of a start) and it sequences thru different lighting levels, including no lights at all.
Feb '10 start date, telo & telo handset, premier.
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- Location: Harstine Island, WA
First off, welcome to ooma and to the forum. And rest assured that if all the lights are blue things are great! Since the "buttons" are actually proximity switches, they have to backlight them to make it easy to see them. They ooma logo or the buttons themselves change color when activated. You can also turn the lights down or off with the little start button in the top row.
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