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I have inherited two Comdial Executech systems and many Comdial phones. I am looking to find documentation on any Executech phones. I have identified two: 6706X and 6714X. There is a switch on the back of both that I would like to understand it's purpose among other things. Also, a few phones don't have labels on them so I don't know their model.

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Which ExecuTech KSU do you have... XE, II,

Are you looking for System Feature Guides or Station User Guides?

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i believe that it is the XE (model NO308). Would this make a difference in how the phones operate?

I have inherited two Comdial Executech systems and many Comdial phones. I am looking to find documentation on any Executech phones. I have identified two: 6706X and 6714X. There is a switch on the back of both that I would like to understand it's purpose among other things. Also, a few phones don't have labels on them so I don't know their model.

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This manual should be what you're looking for:

http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/TE...ech%20XE%20System%20Manual%20Rev%20B.pdf

it's for the 308, 616, 820 & 1024


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Thanks for the response. So, there is no manual for the phone, just a quick reference guide.
I have actually figured out several things like the wall mount plate is reversal for wall or desk and i assume that switch has to do with the configuration.

I have 6 working phones (6706 and 6714) and am now learning how to configure the system.

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I think the last time I worked on an ExexcTech XE or II was about 1995. I vaguely remember the switch on the bottom or perhaps it was from a different system.


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Issue is resolved. There is no manual for these phones.

Thanks to all who responded.

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There is always a manual on a Comdial phone. The switch was for the ringer. If you need anything else just let me know. Be well


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597 West Montauk Highway
Lindenhurst, New York 11757

631 956-0100

www.sstcom.com

Business telephone systems on Long Island and New York City like Comdial, Vertical, Avaya, Panasonic

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