Question about Avaya MLS 34D Corded Phone
Remove the coil cord from the main base and phone, sub any phone cord in it's place, failing that take handset apart and carefully check the two wire going to the speaker "ear" failing that, the speaker is defective. ( handset usually defective) not cost effective for repair.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either button mapping or no dial tone at the system cabinet. If your desplay sas CO1 and you have no dial tone, go to the sytsem cabinet ans swap the modular plugs for CO1 and CO2. If the No Dial Tone moves, "mus be sumpin wrong wit yo lines".
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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