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Switchboard PABX purchase

We need 6 - 8 incoming lines with 30 extension. Which model do we buy and where would it be available

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If you need 8x30, you start with a minimum of TDA-100. It grows to 96 ports and you would start with 8 lines and 32 digital ports.
Your phones become KXT-7633's, not the 7731's. On this side of the pond, it costs about $20 more per phone, but you gain the use of 12 extra buttons, 3 line display, and more features.

Your Panasonic TDA/TDE dealer can guide you.

Carl

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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Dear Sue Johnson

Right, well immediately you have given me a symptom of a fault with the LCD (Liquid Crystal Diode display), and my guess is that if the display is not liquid induced or that it is not broken, then the only thing left to rule rule out is power failure to that part of the circuitry. Now i would have tothoroughly investigate why this happened before i could pinpoint exactly what the fault is, but a good guess would be either bad refurbishment, or liquid induction/ ingression previously has damaged components.

Now about the extension problem, I wouldstart off by stating that the refurbed portion of the system may have malfunctioned again or even elsewhere on the device, which may or may not have been directly caused by refurbishing involvement.

Im guessing that either your switchboard controller is faulty, or possibly a fault somewhere in the switching equipment that is in direct relation to data transfer over the RJ45 connectors (standard phone/ network cable type connection)

Your best bet is to remove all of the phones on the extension/ switchboard and then install them one-by-one and see what errors are thrown up, the ones that cause you a problem and then tackle the switchboard with the direct fault.

If all of this is to do with the phone (s) and not the switchboard, then i would say, remove the phones, replace them with a similar type and then notify someone like myself who may be able to advice you on your next best course of action. But if yor phone network is that valuable, then i strongly suggest selling the broken phones for spares / repairs and using the money to at least cover part of the cost of purchasing new ones of the same make and model as the ones on the rest of your local system.

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In the mean time, I wish you all of the best luck, and I hope to hear more about this situation soon, I also look forward to helping you the best i can with regards to this matter.

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