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How Do I Get A Cpr Call Blocker To Work On My Panasonic Kx-Tg6713Eb Cordless Phone

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JG1965 | 14:30 Wed 10th Apr 2013 | Electronics
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I had a CPR Call Blocker connected to my last cordless phone and it worked great but I cannot get it to work on my new cordless Panasonic KX-TG6713EB.
When I wanted to block a number on my old phone I either pressed the button on the CPR Call Blocker or entered it manually on the phone by typing *7# then I would hear a beep, then I entered the number I wanted to block, then #, then I hang up. I tried this on my Panasonic phone but nothing happened. I searched online and saw that someone said to try **7#P number# but this did not work, even when I press the button on the Call Blocker nothing works, it is connected correctly. Can any one help?
Thanks in advance.

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Tried the link but got the message Server Not Found
Try downloading the manual from here http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/Products/Telephones/Telephones+without+Answer+Machine+3/KX-TG6713/Manuals/9978045/index.html
The previous link did work last night and this morning I checked.
Hi There
My name is Kevin from CPR Global...distributors of the call blockers.
With Panasonic phones, you need to use the LINE 2 and TEL 2 ports of the call blocker. Since changing the phone you probably needed to change the ports too as older phones tend to use line 1 and tel 1. If you are still having problems, please give us a calon our freephone number 0800 652 7780.
Regards...

KEVIN
(TECH SUPPORT)
CPR GLOBAL

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