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Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

(OP)
Hi All,

Could you tell me if KX-TD 612 can be programmed with same version of Programmator, that is used for KX-TD 816?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

I'dd use the dos if you have it befor using the bootleg stuff!

RE: Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

(OP)
That was only a theoretical question...
So If I understand you exactly, yes.
And what about programming with system-phone keys?
Every setup can be done this way?

Thanks

RE: Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

DON'T KNOW WHAT A 612 IS BUT IF YOU INSIST ON USING THE RUSSIAN SOFTWARE CONSULT THERE WEBSITE!

RE: Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

A while ago I asked my supplier about using the Programmator and he stated that the programming "fields" it accesses are not all the same as the Panasonic "fields" and Pamasonic has more. He told me that he had heard of people blowing out the power supply from using it to change some simple setting and actually changed the setting for the power supply from 115v to 220v getting lots of smoke from the unit.
Scared me from using it.
Has anyone else heard of this?

RE: Panasonic KX-TD 612 Programming

well more reason to leave the bootleg stuff alone!

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