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No power to cap, where's the power supply

CAP stops working, doesn't appear to need a power supply. Does it get power from the 6 wire connector

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Yes, a cap/klm does require a power supply. Usually the power supply is in the telephone closet and should be connected to either the orange or the green pair of the jack (depending on the wiring type). The power supply will be either a Nortel or Valcom poer supply with an output of 24vDC.

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Yes, that is a "digital" deskphone.
Unplug the phone cable for a full minute and it will reset when you plug it back in. Reset does not mean that it will erase your programming. The programming is on the main phone switch.

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From the Legacy Manual:

The supplied charging bulb(included
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