Question about Panasonic KX-TG2313 Cordless Phone
When someone calls us ,the phone will ring only one time,and it will not go to voice mail Rings once and caller hears static or busy signal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Message Greeting
The KX-T7456 is a proprietary system phone. You have a Panasonic phone system and a voice mail, both separate items with their own part number. Your phone can work on several different systems and use different voice mail so your first step is to determine the part numbers from the system and voice mail. Then you will need a "programming" manual or possibly "administrator's manual" NOT a "user guide" for at least your voice mail and maybe for the system as well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
These DECT 6.0 phones work on 1.9 Ghz frequency and should not have any interference other than from another DECT 6.0 phone that can be within 150 ft of your phone. That means that somebody, a neighbor that has a DECT 6.0 phone close by is causing this problem. It also means that they are also getting these phantom phone rings. The best solution? Go to a 5.8 Ghz phone and your problem should go away.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
What you can do is go into the management console for your system and find the forwarding this is under extentions option 2 fwd/dnd select your extention number and on the bottom option FWD No Answer Time (s) set it to 10 or more and this will change the number of rings.
I use a KX - TDA600 PABX so I hope this helps
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
SOURCE: uniden cordless phone 900 MHz
A phone uses a voltage drop to determine when it is answered or hung up. What is happening in your case is the phone or base unit, or worse yet the house wiring has a short to ground somewhere. This also cause the static you hear. You can get a regular phone and plug it into the same cord and see if it works normal. If so it is not the house wiring but the phone or base unit. If so you can only hope to find the short yourself which is very time consuming and difficult on modern digital units. Sorry to say it's cheaper to get a new unit than pay for repair. The only other thing that cause those symptoms is the batteries are going dead. I assumed you checked this first. If not you can try changing the battery pack on the phone.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
SOURCE: number of rings
Sounds like you have either send all calls (SAC) enabled or your station is call forwarded to voicemail.
Disabling send all calls or call forward (as applicable) will solve the problem.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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