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Your expansion box is a CAP (central answer position) module. I will assume you are using the same jack as before. The line cord, from phone to jack should be 6 conductor (count pins on end). A short line cord runs from back of phone to back of CAP (plugs on CAP are labelled) then the longer cord runs from CAP to the wall jack.
Your video ran out. Anyway, you could try using an adaptor so your iPod will sit on your music box. If that fails, connect via your aux lead, gently pull your aux lead out of the back of the box gently and slowly giving it a wiggle, you might make the connection. Other than this, as you've not provide enough footage, you might need to buy a new aux cable that fits. Not all products are compatible with iDevices, you should check the instructions to see if your model of iPod is compatible.
On the cross connect do you have a CO connected to that line. That is most likely the cause of no dial tone. If you don not know how to check that call a phone system expert to connect and verify your system.
Leave the factory jumper between R & RC. Connect the wires to the new stat just as you have them labeled. Use a piece of thermostat wire to make a jumper from AUX to E terminals. Your new thermostat should give you instructions on how to access the installer set up. You are going to set it up as heat pump with aux. I see this is 2 days old but if you need any help let me know.
Yes, that is a "digital" deskphone.
Unplug the phone cable for a full minute and it will reset when you plug it back in. Reset does not mean that it will erase your programming. The programming is on the main phone switch.
You'll need to buy a another power supply unless you have power over Ethernet. The power supply for 7940G/7960G is CP-PWR-CUBE and for 7941G/7945G you'll need a CP-PWR-CUBE-3. Yes, I know, I just got one of those and it's a pain to configure it, but I got it working... ;-)
P.S. If you haven't notice, you will be dealing with a whole different thing, the configuration/settings will ALL (except for the dialplan file) different from the 7940G... Good Luck ;-)
With my BMW I had to connect both the solid blue (pwr ant) wire and the blue with white stripe (p conn) to the solid blue wire from the factory harness.
It isn't obvious that either of these are needed as the KVT-512 has it's own power supply but the way most factory power amps are installed the power from the KVT-512 is not used and the car manufacturers power amp needs to be turned on.
If you are listening to the radio the pwr ant wire will turn on the power amp, this didn't seem obvious because the BMW doesn't have a power antenna. And when you are using the DVD player or the iPod connection you need the P Conn wire to turn on the car power amp as the ant pwr is disabled because you are no longer using the radio and Kenwood assumes you will not need the antenna so no power to this lead.
Solder all three wires together and you should have sound all the time.
No, don't automatically assume the mobo is broken. Look closely at all the pins. There should be a 4x2 rectangle of pins, maybe coloured. They'll say things like 'PWR-SWTCH' and 'çPU-LIGHT' Connect those up, and your mobo manual should have specific details on what goes where.