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Use phone as a room monitor

Just wanting to know if i can use 1 of my hand sets (we have 4) as a room moniter (baby monitor). a friend thinks i should be able to, but i cant work out how to. thanks....

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You can. Go off-hook on both the phones you want to use and this is what will happen. You may may get a recorded message from your central office or just a off-hook reminder tone that will last about 30 seconds and then you will hear the talk path between the two handsets. Keep in mind when you do this you can't receive any incomming calls because your line will appear busy to the callers. Thank You. Jerry

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