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Panasonic KXTD 816

Panasonic KXTD 816

Panasonic KXTD 816


I have recently been reported a fault on a clients premises, there clubhouse house phone does not ring when extension is dialled. I went to site and when the clubhouse phone calls another extension it gets presented as '302 PQ' rather then '1419 clubhouse'. I pulled down the config and the extensions were in the wrong fields, so i changed them and then tested, now when the clubhouse calls out to another extension it gets presented as '1419 clubhouse'. However 8 hours later after leaving site, we get a call saying it has reverted back to '302 PQ'. How can this be??  

RE: Panasonic KXTD 816

what are you using for programing software?What rev ksu is this?

RE: Panasonic KXTD 816

I am using PPD1232 - Panasonic Programmer

RE: Panasonic KXTD 816

sounds like your ksu is on the way out you could backup the system default it an reload it it cant hurt !

RE: Panasonic KXTD 816

Thanks for your help!

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