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Somewhere in your user's manual you will have code instructiohns for CALL FORWARD. It starts with 71. In a TA series it's 711+ext+#. In a TD 710x+ext+#. The conditions vary, and the TA has very limited forwarding codes 1/2/3
In a TA you can also press the FWD button and dial 1+ext+#.Your other choice is 2.
Both of those are done while listening to intercom dial tone.
All Panasonic System speed dials reside in system program 001. How you get there is dependent on the system the phone is connected to. In a TA series, you may have a maintenance console and PC access, in a TD, TAW, and TA you can get there via a phone plugged into the first port and the system password. Since the program begins with 0, you can also use the Manager's station, if it's activated.
Your specific system has complete instructions in either the User's Manual or the Programming manual.
The buzzing noise and connection difficulty on the Smith Corona phone is a technical glitch. Contact the 'Premier Smith Corona Service' Company and speak with a technician. Go to the official Website and get in touch with the company; www.willrepairservice.com. by e-mail or phone.
here's a problem. The 7730 is a PHONE. The sytsem it could be connected to, one of 18 different, has a manual. Which one of those do you have? It could be, and probalby is a KX-TA series 624 or 824, but it could be a TAW, KX-T, KX-TD, or KX-TDA.
The user manual (or Operations (OM) Manual) is more specific to the box you have, so try to find the part number and post back.