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Master Geek
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Topic # 23859 10-Jul-2008 11:44 Send private message

Hi,

Just wondering if there is anyway to use both the phone outputs on the WRP400 for the same line? Think someone has asked this at some stage but I can't find that post.

Cheers

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  Reply # 146036 10-Jul-2008 11:54 Send private message

No sorry One line per output at this stage.




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 146038 10-Jul-2008 11:55 Send private message


No worries thought that might be the case.

Cheers

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WorldxChange

  Reply # 146039 10-Jul-2008 11:56 Send private message

you can always use a double adapter :)






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  Reply # 146040 10-Jul-2008 11:58 Send private message


 I was trying to save myself a dollar or 2 WinkLaughing

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