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I have a Panasonic KX-T61610 phone switching system. Some of my phone extentions are not working and some are. I have unpluged the unit and also pushed the reset and that didn't help. The extentions that do not work are 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18. Can you help me determine what is wrong? Thanks, Duane

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Also, are there certain CO lines that can only work with this KX-T61610 system? Typical FXS? or any odd analog settings on CO lines or within the Key controller for the KX-T61610?

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