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Alarm light

Alarm light

Alarm light

I need help on the KX-TDA50. As i was programming the phone system, the alarm light on the PBX system is lid on solid. What should i do to fix this problem.
thanks in advance.

RE: Alarm light

Check your error logs. They'll tell you why the LED is on.

Even a power outage will light the LED as it drops a log in the minor log file.

We tell customers to ignore it. If Panasonic ever changes the OS to not light the LED just because there was a power outage since the logs were last cleared then we'll tell them it's worth watching, but for now, the LED is almost like the kid who cried wolf...  :)

Pat MacKinnon
Omni telecommunications Inc.,
London, Ontario, Canada
e: [ pat & omnitel , ca ]

RE: Alarm light

while looking at the error log once happy press clear this will get rid of the light


RE: Alarm light

kenney408 you seem to be having a lot of trouble with both your Phone system and you VM maybe you should call in a panasonic Tech and look over his Shoulder while he Configs your systems.
It will probably save you time and money in the long run,
the Phone sys is fairly easy to prog but the VM can get very complicated.

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