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On most cell phones, to redial the last phone number dialed, press the green phone icon when the keypad is displayed on the screen. You can only redial the last number dialed. To obtain a copy of the user manual, follow this link and download the pdf.
It's been a long time since I have used Panasonic analog phones, but the redial function in them used to be mechanical. It dialed 15 times with a 45 second pause between attempts. The key was, it expected you to pick up the handset, cancelling the redial if you got an answer.
If you got an answer and didn't do anything, it hung up and redialed again until you picked up the handset!
Error Code 634 indicates a call that was placed did not go through:
"Redial was not successful due to no response from the called station or wrong number dialled. Note: If busy tone was not detected, the machine will only redial once."
Hi, This is what the code means: Redial was not successful due to no response from the called station or wrong number dialed. Note: If busy tone was not detected, the machine will only redial once. So the your fax machine is getting no response from the fax you're calling. Hope that helps...
Redial is used by pressing the redial button to access the stored numbers, each press brings up another number. To dial the number you want hit the # key. i.e. to dial a number you called 3 phone call ago you press 'redial', then 'redial', then 'redial' followed by '#'.
"Redial count over with no response or busy tone was not detected. Note: U.S.A. and Canadian models will redial only once if a busy tone is not detected."
The number you're dialing was first busy. When it went to redial, it detected no phone signal on the other end. If it happens to only 1 or 2 customers, then it's something to do with their lines and you can't fix that. If it happens often, then get your phone lines checked out by your phone company, make sure your fax is not sharing the line with another other device and make sure it is not a digital line. Other than that, you're looking at having to replace the main board in the fax. Which basically means it's time for a new fax machine.