Re: I can't program it or use it's functions without the...
I had the same problem.
Use the instruction manual for the CSC50-ER.
That model is very similar to the CS40XLC and the instruction manual will tell you how to program the CS40XLC and also lists the parts that go with it.
The CSC50-ER manual is available on line.
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Ascertain from the devices user guides or manuals. For example, telephone devices would least allow disabling bluetooths, however ascertain that the device in question has feature functions of enable or disable. ascertain from the devices menu functions buttons.
What's a crone box? If you have no problem installing the system, without a manual, then you have a problem. The TDA-100 is a dealer only product. Hanging it on the wall and running cables to the Amphenol connectors is the easy part. The 16 port digital card uses the first 16 pairs of the cable that get cross cut to the second pair of an RJ-14 jack....in the USA. The 8 port and 16 port trunk cards use the first 8 and 16 pairs of the cable. The only tricky part is if you have a hybrid 8-port card. It uses the first 2 pairs of every 3-pair set for voice and data.
Your real problem is going to be programming. With a manual, but without the programming software, you're going to be very limited. If the system is already functional, you might have access to some of the programs, but you're going to find it difficult to do anything worthwhile.
I suggest you call a Panasonic engineer to finish the job.
When going back to normal phone functions, some phones require you to disable your Bluetooth before you can operate the phone normally. The only other option you might have would be to try deleting the Bluetooth device from your phone and trying to re-mate it with your phone. It might work, but LG's are notorious for having these little quirks. Hope I've been helpful in solving your problem. Have a nice evening!
Given that consumer telephones are inexpensive, the cost of repairing the speaker phone on the 960 (assuming you still have it) is probably not worth it.
Going off of my memory....to program a speed dial you would first press "Program", enter the telephone number you want stored and then press the one of the memory buttons to save the number to. If the number is to be saved on a lower memory position press "Lower" before you press the memory button.
AT&T's telephone product website has a section where user manuals for many AT&T and Lucent branded telephones.