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Stupid T7324 question!

Stupid T7324 question!

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I'm in the UK (been installing Nortel / Avaya since 1997).. Anyway, I've been watching the latest Better Call Saul on Netflix and he uses a T7324 which has a backlit screen and backlit button lcds. I've never seen one over here, where there ever any made? Or is has it just been put together as a prop.

Also.... my Wife think's I'm lame for even thinking about, hahaha!!

RE: Stupid T7324 question!

Maybe some info on which episode might help so we can see it otherwise speculation.

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RE: Stupid T7324 question!

Hi there, there was never T7324 only M7324 and M7324EE that looked like the Meridian sets and there was no backlit version. Maybe the camera ligh shows that LCD like being backlit. Can you take a photo and post here? It is interesting.

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