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KX-TD816 and TVS50 Install

KX-TD816 and TVS50 Install

KX-TD816 and TVS50 Install

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I have two questions and would appreciate any help.

- What is the required clearance around the KX-TD816 and TVS50 to allow for cooling (ie how much space do I need to leave around it?)

- Are any of you professional telephone system installers / programmers in the Los Angeles / Orange County California area?  I realize it's probably too late to get anyone to do this current move, but we are computer/network consultants and our clients often want us to handle anything that plugs in.  We need someone to refer them to for phones, and I'd rather give the business to one of you in gratitude for sharing your time and knowledge than someone I pick out of the yellow pages.

Thanks!

RE: KX-TD816 and TVS50 Install

Call VOICE COMMUNICATIONS @ 800-593-6000. They can help, one of the best!

....JIM....

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