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Music through phone speaker

I cannot find a way to turn off the radio that we have tuned into the phone. It's coming through the phone units speaker. How do I turn this off????

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If you have a Panasonic KX-TAW PBX, check here for your model: This appears to cover most of the newer model Panasonic PBX Systems.

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