Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
I hate to mention this, but is is plugged into a working line?
Early Panasonic systems look for line voltage between 24&52 volts. When that voltage falls below that threshold, it thinks the line is busy. Avaya Legend stations were horrible for plugging Panasonic systems into.
Your problem may be something as simple as a bad line cord, or as complex as being on a telco Pair Gain device. Try your sets on another known working phone line or maybe take a voltage reading of the line. You can probably figure out what is wrong.
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