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Does anyone know the model number f

Does anyone know the model number f

Does anyone know the model number f

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Does anyone know the model number for these phones.
NT0C32AA
A0674963
QSU7FM
SL1

These are the numbers on the back of several nortel phones, but I need to know the model numbers.

Thanks,
Tony

RE: Does anyone know the model number f

I don't remember, but I'm pretty sure.  In ld 20 do a "idu x x x x" where the x's are a tn.  You'll see the serial and model numbers and the color code for the phone and some other info if I remember right.  Also, I've got to switch to vt-100 for the returned info to display correctly.

RE: Does anyone know the model number f

QSU7FM - This is a SL1 phone (programmed as SL1) intended as an ACD set with headset plugs on the left side. FM indicates it has modular line and handset cords. This is a discontinued set.

SL1 - Could be the same as above. There were several models of the SL1 phones - Most QSU60

The other two - I could not find even in old books. Maybe there are not available in US?

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