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KX-TA624 Blinking power light

KX-TA624 Blinking power light

KX-TA624 Blinking power light

I believe I have a system that was hit by lightning. The power light is constantly blinking and a lot of the ports are dead. I have only 6 working ports on an expanded system.
Are my feelings correct and I must replace the control unit?

RE: KX-TA624 Blinking power light

sounds bad to me.

RE: KX-TA624 Blinking power light

Power down System. Try unplug all jack  from the KSU . Then power the system back up to see if it clear the blink ing light. If not you have a bad Unit  

RE: KX-TA624 Blinking power light

Thank you for your response. Here is what I found out. This unit had a 3x8 expansion board on it. I looked it over and found heavy corrosion. I removed it and it still failed, I then cleared the memory by turning the battery switch to off and hitting the reset switch. KSU came back up and is still operating. Thanks to all

RE: KX-TA624 Blinking power light

was the system mounted under a sweaty water pipe?

RE: KX-TA624 Blinking power light

Actually they had a small roof leak that only leaked in a heavy down pour. I just happen to be there during one.

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