Question about Lands Phones
We are a nonprofit agency that just inherited some pretty good phones...but we don't have a clue how to reinstall them and set them up. We really need a step by step instruction for beginners and the manual is just not clear enough. Do we need two jacks for each phone, because it is four line? The phone is a GE 2-9451. If you could help that would be great.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Phone line/phone jack problem
The wiring on the jacks is set up for a 2 line phone.
If you take the jacks apart, you will see either:
A) red, green, and black, yellow
B)white blue/blue white and white orange/orange white
You need to swap the pairs.
If there are red/green/black/yellow wires. remove the yellow/black and move them to where the red/greens are. Then put the red/green wires, where the yellow/black used to be.
OR, you need to swap the orange and the blue wires.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: Storing memory numbers
1 - Lift the receiver and get the dial tone.
2 - Hit 'Store'
3 - Enter the number you wish to store in the phone
4 - Hit the store button again
5 - Hit the memory button you wish to store the number into
6 - Hang up!
This should store the number wherever you want to put it. Remember if you want to store it in one of the 'lower' positions (second line of the memory index card) push the 'Shift' button before you push the memory button for that location.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Hi, Looks like either the wiring is slightly different or the jack plug not quite with in the tolerance limit. Can you swap the cables between the units (if they are removeable) to eliminate the cable as well. I would suspect the cable on the new phone! I would also make sure there is no dirt on the connectors on the plug...there are minute grooves where you can see the meatl...sometinmes these get blocked!
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
must have your model number. manuals are on this page of thompson consumer electronics, the manufacturer of GE phones.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
I found the mini-reference book to my GE ProSeries 2-9436/2-9438 under the number log on my phone. I scanned the pages into a PDF file. I'll be happy to send you a copy of the PDF file.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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