Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
Yes and no. The phones you mention are analog, but they are single line sets. The 61610 handles single line sets and you can access all 6 lines by dialing codes. If you can find Panasonic model 7030's, 7130's 7020's 7050's, they would be a much better product. You can even use 7730's and 7731's with some degree of success (backlighting eats a lot of power).
Any phone can access lines by dialing 8x codes or all lines by "9". You have to program (05, 06, 07 and 08 IIRC) the lines to the stations in system programming and you MUST HAVE one display set in Jack 01, ext 11, to do programming. A KX-T7030 is adequate.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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