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Executech 0308

Executech 0308

Executech 0308

I was given an executech 0308 and I currently have 2 executech 6414 phones. Phones are testing fine when I do the set test(unplug,press hold,plug-in). LED's are flashing irratically in what looks to be some kind of pattern. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.

RE: Executech 0308

To test you would hold the MUTE button while you plug it in and it will light up in a sequence then ring the phone and the lights will go out, what you are seeing is a light show that is telling you the ports are programmed for a different type of phone , more than likely a 22 button set.
Is this a NO308?

RE: Executech 0308

Actually I did press mute not hold. I thought the 6414 is a 22 button phone. Is there a way to set the system up to use different phones. Yes, it is a N0308

RE: Executech 0308

Yes you can program the ports to be different style phones. You will need a 6600 or 6620 set to program from port 10. The 6414 would be a 8 line set.

RE: Executech 0308

You can not use a 6414 on a old 308 it needs to be a 3508

RE: Executech 0308

The NO308 is not the old Executech 308, it will support the 6414.

RE: Executech 0308

My bad I didn't see that it was a no308

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