Question about Panasonic KX-T7731 Corded Phone
D on a 7730 requires 3 things, CID service from the phone company, programming on the sytsem, and a CALLER ID CARD. The card can only be added to TA-624/824, TAW-848, TD-816/1232, and TDA/TDE/NCP sytsems and has a part number ending in 93.
The card either fits on top of the CO card or in the cover of the system cabinet and plugs into the main board. The price of the card is about $50-75 per port and they come in either 3,4, or 8 port versions, for the particular system.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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