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Re: Panasonic KX-TG2356 Answering Machine Problem
Your message is set for 3 second delay and no record of messages i dont know particular system you use but you gotta go threw your book and set the settings to a 30 second message and 1 minute message from peeps
i had the same problem like this before with my uniden
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The KX-TGA642C is a handset for the KX-TG6421 series phone system. (These are sold as the KX-TG6422 or KX-TG6424, depending on the number of handsets in the initial package.) To record a greeting message, make sure that the phone (all handsets) is in standby. Then press Menu on a handset. Press # 3 0 2 (or use the Up/Down arrow keys to navigate to Ans Device > Greeting > Record Message. Press Select to each menu/sub-menu section.) Highlight Yes and press Select. After you hear the beep, speak your message clearly. Press Stop to end the recording. (The maximum greeting length is 2 minutes.) Press Off to exit the Menu system. If the answering system is on, this message should play.
Knowing the importance of this specific case I would highly recommend calling the factory and having the read the chip (s) and retrieve the data aside from that there's no other way for a consumer to retrieve lost greetings unless you might have had it pre-recorded somewheres just in case he wasnt there and you needed to reset up your answering machine. Hopefully this helps. Sorry for your loss by the way .
Unfortunately the news is not good. The answering machine does not have tape storage. Everything is stored on a memory chip. Anytime you re-record the incoming call greeting, you overwrite the previous greeting. Sorry.