Question about Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone
Want to hear a phone ring that previously didn't want to hear and had the ringer turned off in several locations within the office, can I selectively turn on the ringer?
You can, but you may not like it much.
It will take at least one button and I'd use two, or you can dial a couple of codes.. Start with turning on all ringers. Now, when a call comes in, it should tell you what's ringing. We use the x00 numbers, and the system uses IIRC 6xx numbers by default. Or, * works nicely. Dial *7360* on the intercom and you will log that phone out of all groups, or replace the second * with the extension number of the group. In passing *7361(group or *) logs it back in. You can also pick a button and turn on the Log-In feature (PROG 55* ENTER) gets them all.
Now, here's the fun part. When you press that button, it will either be lit or dark. If it's lit, you are logged OUT and your phone won't ring, even if it's programmed to ring. That's good. The bad is that the line light will not let you pick up a ringing call. You have to use the Pickup codes like *4001 for group 1. If you've just dialed the *736 code, you're on your own, because there's no visual indicator.
Also by the above, if EVERYONE logs out...We can tell it in software to not let everyone log out, but your bad luck is that last logged in phone may be the shipping dock that only they can hear.
Of course, pressing the Log In/Out button again will make the light go dark and it will ring like it did before you logged out. A couple words of caution, because it's a great way to drive your installer nuts if you call him out to repair a "no ring." If you screw with the buttons and take the feature out, make sure that you log back into the group BEFORE you delete the button :-) If you happen to program a button, log out, and then delete the button, the TDA will do exactly that! Of course you, or your service tech can just simply clear the extension (*790) and everything drops.
There is a system programming way to make the phone not ring but flash the lights always, that's ICD with no ring or delayed rings of 1-6.
Play with the options if you like. Remember you can't really screw it up too badly since the *790 will undo anything you do...and clear all your forwards.
Wow, too many paragraphs, but I hope you have a clear picture.
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