Can an adtran 600r take an unframed t1 and break out 16 channels of voice framed esf?

Can an adtran 600r  take an unframed t1 and break out 16 channels of voice framed esf? The sf/esf led on niu is unlit. 16 channels go to t1 card in PBX, 8 are for internet. Get dropped calls, misrouted DID's slowly but steadily since changing providers.
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cwoolseyCommented:
Can you expand on the question a little more. What type of T1 is this (T1 from carrier or Pt-To-PT T1)... And of course what is the end goal of the request to make sure I understand this correctly.

As I read this I feel like you are asking if you can channelize a T1 that is not provisioned for services by a carrier but you want to use the "Extra" channels to activate services. 8 of the total 24 are configured and available but  the rest are not used?
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