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Re: Panasonic system KX-TD 816 chnaging to ADSL line.
No, it's the same. You install a low-pass filter that is supplied in the kit between the outlet and the CO trunk on phone system. If you don't you may hear a high pitched whine on the line from the DSL carrier.
The jack in the phone system is an RJ-14, so if you have more than one line, remember that the second pair may not be passed through the filter. Also read the face of the filter to see which is line and which is phone side. It's easy to reverse them.
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You need to get a voicemail system. The 7731 is just a phone, but it can be used to access Panasonic VM or Built In Voicemail in a TA-824 system. The external product is a model TVA-50 and it comes with documentation on how to interface it to your phone system. If you have an old KXT-308 or 616, or any other older Panasonic system prior to a TD-816/1232, you're going to have a problem.
JUST AS YOU'RE TOO LAZY TO USE THE SHIFT KEY AND LOSE THE CAPS LOCK KEY, I'M TOO LAZY TO LOOK UP THELINK TO A MANUAL. HOWEVER, I CAN TELL YOU THAT YOU COULD GO TO THE PROGRAMMING MANUAL FOR A PANASONIC KX-TD 816/1232 AND LOOK AT DIL 1:N PROGRAM 603 AND 604. IT'S WHERE YOU SET THE EXTENSIONS THAT RING WHEN A CALL COMES IN.
Generally, a 7431 phone plugs into a Panasonic KX-TD phone system cabinet. The 1232 starts as an 8 line 16 phone cabinet, the 816 a 4x8, and the 308 a 3x8. To those systems, you can add a TVx Panasonic brand voice mail system, or even a plain old ansering machine. Both would need to be probrammed by someone familiar with ringing and intercept groups in system programming.
A quick call to your Panasonic installer or dealer would be the best, as it's beyond the scope of this forum to provide instructions.
The phone uses the outside pairs of a 4-conductor base cord to make the digital phone work. Check to see that you are using at least a 4 conductor base cord. Try moving it to another jack that works. If it powers up there, you probably have a mis-wired jack. You can also test it by plugging it into the cabinet directly if you have a TD-816.
If you truly have a TD-816/1232 system consistent with the 74xx series phones, and not the 7130 you posted under, you need to find out what line you lost, or how another phone is programmed.
Go to a working phone, press PROGRAM 99 and the buttons on the key strip. They should say CO-001, 002, 003 etc. Now go to the non-working phone and do the same thing. A C.O. is programmed by the code 0 + the 2 or 3 digit trunk number, so you press the missing line button and dial 0-(0)01 STORE or 0-(0)04 STORE, depending on which end you lost it from.
Pick up the handset and hang it back up to exit programming.
What manual did you download, where is the message located, and what is it recorded on?
A 7433 phone is just a phone, it has no messages. It is connected to a TD-816/1232 Key Service Unit and a TVS/TVM/TVA voice mail system if it's Panasonic branded.
When you call in to the TD system, the voice mail answers the call and plays the Auto Attendant greeting. Is this the one you want to change? Or do you want to change the greeting that you get after the AA answers any they dial your extension?
Each of those messages can be changed from the Message manager's box or from your own mailbox, using the codes and passwords supplied at installation.