Panasonic KX-T7630 I have changed phones with a colleague and now have the model (detailed above). My colleague was able to switch the "night service" facility from her extension number. I am unable to switch the phone onto night service from my extension. How do I re-programme the phone to enable me to switch on this facility from my extension on this phone?
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Re: Switching phone to night mode on dfferent number
If you can dial *7801 on the intercom from your phone and it puts the system in night mode, then you can program a button to do the same. It would be better if you go to the original phone where the buttons worked and read them (PROG press the button and write down what it says).
Now go to your phone, press PROG the same button and dial the code you wrote down. In the simplest, you put 593 ENTER for DAY/NIGHT. Then PROG to exit. If you want more options, then 59x can be 0 for DAY/NIGHT/LUNCH/BREAK 1 for D/N/B 2 for D/N/L.
Every time you press the button, it will toggle to a different setting and the display will show it.
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We may need to know the exact system you are using and the model of phone.
Also we will need to know the group number the system is using for night mode. Normally group number 601 is day and 602 is night. If you call 602 that would ring the phones currently in night. Also you can try calling at night and watch the screen of the phone that rings if its a smaller screen phone press the info button while its ringing and one of the options will show the night ring group number as well.
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If it's enabled on your phone, on the intercom dial *7800 That puts the system in DAYS. *7801 puts it in NIGHT. By default extension 101 or the main phone has access to it. We turn it on for everybody in most offices by Class of Service options.
I think this is fixable by customer level programming. You're going to turn off the Automatic Time Switching (101) and make sure the sytsem is in night mode by pushing the INFO button.
From the main console, press PROG **1234 and dial 101 for system program. Press SEL and ENTER and EXIT as this changes Auto Switching to MANUAL. Now, if the system is in nights, as it should be, you don't have to do anything else until you get back. If it isn't, dial *7801 on the intercom to force it into night mode and you're done!
You have 4 different modes of calling available to be programmed: DAY NIGHT BREAK and LUNCH. Your installer has to set up the ICD groups, but you can create a LUNCH group which looks like the day mode but rings all phones. The codes are accessed by dialing on the intercom *780x where 0 is day 1 is night 2 is lunch and 3 is break.
You may use the NIGHT mode in the daytime, but if you have voice mail, it will play the night greeting instead of a day greeting.
Your phone can work on different Panasonic phone systems that program differently. I would need to know the model number of your phone system to look up specific information.
Until I get that info from you. Most systems can only be turned on and off from night mode at one phone station (usually the operator) but others will let you program a programmable key on any phone to do this. It's also possible to enter a function code from any phone on some systems.
Does it say Night Mode on a display? How do you know it is in night mode? If it is on a display, is it on all the displays or just one? If just one then that is the phone that can turn it off.