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TVS100 Hardware Troubleshooting

TVS100 Hardware Troubleshooting

TVS100 Hardware Troubleshooting

Hello All,

I've just setup a KXTD1232 and a TVS100 voicemail.  I haven't dont the integration yet.  The equipment was used so I wanted to test the voicemail system to make sure it was at least function before connecting it to the system.  While connected to the voicemail with my notebook using serial cable it doesn't seem to spit out any information at all while it is power cycled, however I'm not using a null modem adapter, which may be my problem.  

Second, after the voicemail hard drive whirs for a bit the power light blinks on and off forever.  Is this an indication of hardware failure?  I've reset both the cards and it doesn't clear it.


Steven Wilson

RE: TVS100 Hardware Troubleshooting

a blinking light is an indication of no DPITS integration!!
must have a null modem cable program. do quick setup for
dpits on kx-td

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