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    how to turn speaker off on panasonic phone?

    I have a cordless Panasonic speaker phone handset and i am able to turn the speaker on but i don't know what to press to turn it off..can someone help me?

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    I have a Panasonic KX-TGA541 phone and it works to press the "TALK" button (the one with the phone receiver icon). Basically, the TALK button and the speaker phone button do the same thing except that TALK routes the sound to the headset speaker and SP PHONE routes it to the speaker. You can switch between them by pushing the appropriate button.

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    Thank You - it works !!

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    thank you so much because it is very counter-intuitive

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    ah thank you - been trying to work that out for ages!

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    So easy when you know how....thanks

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    Check2 panasonic pnlc1010 speakerphone

    Thank you! It worked!

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    woohoo! wanted to do that for ages!

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    thank you, thank you thank you!

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    thank you, you have made my day...


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