This model has the main phone and two extensions that plug into an outlet. The problem is when the phone rings. They randomly do not work. They will ring once and then not ring. If you pick up the phone and push talk it says that it is not connected to the base. Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes one works and the others don't they don't seem to have a pattern as to which one will work. I am very frustrated, any help???
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http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/KXTG9331.PDF Hello I recommend you check out this link. It is not your specific model but is quite similar. For ringer settings, go to the section about answering calls. I did not see anything about changing number of rings, but I could have missed it.
Once you are there, go to the tab "knowledge base" and type in "manual". Selecting the option to look up operating instructions will allow you to select the phone base that is compatible with your phone.
Or go here and see if any of these phones are the same/within the same series of phones as yours...
If you have installed it on a new extension, it already has a number. By default, on a TA-series system, the jack and extension are the same, so Jack 12 is extension 112. Quickest way is to plug the phone in and dial 0. The main phone rings and the display will give you the extension number.
To program the buttons, press PROGRAM the button and dial 1 plus the extension number. The lines should already be programmed by default, but they are 0 plus 01, 02, 03 etc. Press STORE after each button you program.
If you want to program ringing and line access differently than it already is, you need to look in the Programming Manual for the specific phone system. The Panasonic cabinet is going to be white with a silver tag or a model number stenciled or embossed on the case. Something like TA-824 or TA-624 would probably be your system model.
If it used to work and stopped, I'm guessing the system is no longer in the DAY mode. Each system tends to program differently and the 7730 phone can be plugged into one of about 18 different Panasonic systems.
From the main phone, try dialing 780#. If it beeps and says DAY MODE, it was the right command :-) Now test the lines and see if that fixed it.
If it doesn't work, please go to the phone closet/back room/attic/whatever and grab the model number of the phone SYSTEM and post back.