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t or m series set just stops working

t or m series set just stops working

t or m series set just stops working

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I have a mics ksu in one building with a 0x16 in another building hooked up by fiber extenders, my problem is I have 2 sets out of 16 that have issues all other sets are working fine, I have used a m or t series set on the ports but they will still stop working for a bit them start working, could it just be a port.

RE: t or m series set just stops working

Could be, or AMP cable wiring....swap the ports with other users and see if problem follows but make sure Set relocation is ON before you swap the jumpers.



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RE: t or m series set just stops working

Could be the 0x16 module going bad. I'd try swapping phones around as curly stated and see if the problem persists on the ports or on the phones.

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