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I have a panasonic kx ta824 system with caller id. Caller id works fine on lines 2 & 3, but no longer works on line 1. This is a new problem after 3 years of it working properly. I checked the programming and all is ok. Is it time for a new card? Thanks Bill Lucia

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Hard to say. So, go to the cabinet and swap the connections between line 1 and line 2. If the CID still comes in on line 2 and not 1, then it's hardware or programming. If it doesn't come in on 2, then it's a telco issue. Since you checked programming, it would only leave hardware. The 82493 card plugs into a slot on the main board.

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