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Sorry to tell you but your system is going dead the power supply is going bad . The system needs to be replaced. if you are local in so cal I can install a replacement system for you 626-712-5753 efren

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A Nortel Key Service Unit, an ICS (MICS,CICS), BCM (50,100 etc), Norstar (308,616,824), an Avaya IP Office running Nortel cards, or there is another company that makes a Nortel emulation key system but I can't recall what it is right now.

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All of a sudden the line lights on our nortel switch Meridian M7310 phones started blinking and the lines are dead. Any ideas?


If you only have one line,why not just lose the Nortel system? You can reuse the wiring from the phone sets to the contoller as regular inside wire,and just plug in regular phones(and maybe put the Nortel phones and controller on EBay and make a few bucks off it!)

Oct 26, 2012 | NorStar Meridian M7310 Phone

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We had a power outage, main system box making sound like a rotary phone when I dial.


The battery in your phone system is dead. This will happen every time you have a power failure. Everything resets. Date becomes Jan 1st 1980 (but might update if you have callerID), all phones will have access to only line 1 and line 2, both those lines will ring on all calls, and the line settings are set back to pulse ...

Ideally you either have the battery replaced (it's soldered on the board of the system), or you get a new phone system. Otherwise you'll have to reprogram everything when you have a power failure.

Jason the phone guy

May 10, 2011 | Nortel Meridian M7208 Corded Phone

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Meridian M7208. I managed to reset the default


Press feature *3, press the button you want to program back to speed dial, and press feature 0.

Oct 05, 2009 | Nortel Meridian M7208 Corded Phone

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Meridian M7208 Phone-Only 2 lines are working


Sounds like it might be a telco problem. Do lines 3 ,4 work on the other phones?
Switch lines 1 and 3 to see if the problem changes.

Apr 22, 2009 | Nortel Meridian M7208 Corded Phone

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T7316e Nortel Meridian Norstar Telephone MANUAL


Not too sure what type of manual you are looking for, but here is a useful link to have for a Norstar system information.

http://www.alphatelecom.ca/meridian_norstar_manuals.htm

Mar 24, 2009 | NorStar Phones

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Meridan 7208 help please


Dear sheryl498,

Your phone is designed for a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) unit like the Compact ICS or the 6x16 TCU that was at the office. It is not compatible with regular POTS lines or standard home lines.

Jul 29, 2008 | Nortel Meridian M7208 Corded Phone

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