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I have a panasonic phone, intercom system. Since a recent thunderstorm, my nonsysten phone answering maching picks up when the door bell is rung. The nonsystem phone no longer has caller ID, and one must dial 9 in order to get a dial tone. Any ideas. Dan

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  • Mktdds Oct 12, 2008

    The phone answering maching is not supposed to pick up when the bell rings. The nonsystem phone should have caller ID, and one should not have to dial 9 in order to get a dial tone. All of my other panasonic system phones work fine. There must be a way to program the panasonic phone system to work with the V-tech non system phone.

  • Mktdds Oct 12, 2008

    I have tried another phone all ready. It has to do with programming the panasonic phone system to work with anonsystem phone. The battery has nothing to do with the problem.

  • Mktdds Oct 12, 2008

    The system is Panasonic Advanced Hybrid system KX-TA624. The nonsystem phone is a V-tech 5.8 Ghz digital spread spectrum answering machine.

  • Mktdds Oct 12, 2008

    vtech phone #6773, Panasonic phone system is listed above

  • Mktdds Oct 13, 2008

    Did you give up on me? Please respond!!!!

  • Mktdds Oct 13, 2008

    panasonic phone KX-T7030

  • Mktdds Oct 14, 2008

    Panasonic phone Kx-T7030

  • Mktdds Oct 16, 2008

    You guys haven't helped me whatsoever. Please do not charge my credit card because I will protest the charge. Thanks Dan

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Just look for the reset button,or go to menu then select factory default setting .If not have reset button just take out the power supply for 4 - 6 hours purpose is to erase the memory setting before and then put it back the power supply again if the problem still exist .

Hope it may help you;

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This is not so much as advice as is an observation. Electrical storms and electronics don't play well together. It is my honest opinion that I believe you may have been the victim of residual trace lightning, which in a lot of ways is worse than a direct hit. This type of static charge wreak havoc on electronics, I know I lost a 55 hitachi tv a few years back. The bad news, your phones main board sounds like it is corrupted(no good). To take it to your certified repair center will cost more than the phone is worth, suggestion> new phone.

anaanymous

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

  • anaanymous Oct 12, 2008

    Excellent, thats even cheaper than my suggestion, lol.



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Hi there,

the 2 systems should be separate because they are not on the same phone system. i would recommend that you get a tech out to take a look at the intercom system. when there is storm, it distrubs all electrical circuits.

can you supply me with the model # off your Panasonic phone please? i will find the use and care guide and possibly service information to help you further.

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Hi, Could you please provide us the Panasonic model and the nonsystem phone brand and model numbers please?

Thanks,

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Try removing the battery of the phone which is not working .and then reinsert the battery after you check whether it is perfect.sometimes the battery gets leaked and does not get work.removing the battery and reinserting also resets the phone.and i hope it works properly as it was working before.

feel free for further queries.

thanks.

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CLARIFICATION:

what exactly the complete info about your problem.?

thanks

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    micromaster Oct 12, 2008

    To use VTEXH 5.8 into other phone;

    1. After charging the battery, the screen will display:

    2. Press SEL, you will see ENTER BASE ID, if the
    screen already says ENTER BASE ID, go to step 3.

    3. Enter the 15 digit base unit ID code, located on the
    underside of your mi 6820. If you make a mistake,
    press the DELETE key to backspace (delete characters),
    then enter the correct information.

    4. Press SEL to complete the registration process.

    5. Once a valid base ID code has been entered, the
    display will blank for a second or two, and then
    show:

    6. If the base accepts the new handset, after several
    seconds the new handset will show:
    where X is the new handset number assigned,sequentially,
    by the base.

    NOTE: The 15-digit BASE ID Code may contain numbers and characters,
    including0 through 9 and *. Make sure you enter all 15 digits.


    ===

    De-register all system handsets by:
    1. Unplug the base power plug.
    2. Press and hold the PAGE key.
    3. Plug the base unit power plug back in and con
    tinue to hold down the PAGE key for 10 seconds.
    4. This will erase all handsets registered to the
    base. The handsets will now prompt you to:
    5. Enter the 15 digit base unit ID code, located on the
    underside of your mi 6820. If you make a mistake,
    press the DELETE key to backspace (delete characters),
    then enter the correct information.
    6. Press SEL to complete the registration process.
    7. Once a valid base ID code has been entered, the
    display will blank for a second or two, and then
    show:
    8. If the base accepts the new handset, after several
    seconds the new handset will show:
    where X is the new handset number assigned,sequentially,
    by the base.

    Follow this few steps, this was intend to register again your handset into your base.


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    micromaster Oct 12, 2008

    follow up and update us again here..

    micro


  • micromaster
    micromaster Oct 14, 2008

    i have give instruction how to register the phone..

    did you follow the steps i given above..?

  • micromaster
    micromaster Oct 14, 2008

    did you see my solution... ? i am waiting for you to respond on this..?

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    micromaster Oct 14, 2008

    any expert can respond here, the user don't seem to see my solution..

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    micromaster Oct 16, 2008

    Hi Mktdds,

    My solutions was posted over here. i want to know if you have followed or checked my solutions.

    i can't provide another instructions while you don't give me further more idea and info on how you check and followed the steps provided here.

    let us know..


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