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The Music On Hold (MOH) is not connected on the KX-T7630 Phone but rather to the phone system. You will need to get an extension from the phone system and connect it to the KX-TVM50/200 Voice Processing System (VPS). Incoming calls are then answered by the extension connected to the VPS ... i sugest you get a Tech to help you with setup or get an online programmer to guide you on hardware setup and he does the programming for you.
depending on programming restrictions: at ext 101 1) press "PROG" 2) "**" 3) the user programming password (most likely "1234") 4) "004" 5) "ENTER" 6) enter the extension number you wish to change 7) txt out the name (you must use the direction pad in the bottom right corner of your phone if you have 2 letters in a row that are on the same key) 8) press the "AUTO DIAL/STORE" button 9) lift hand set and hang up
It requires access to system programs 003 and 004. That can be done from the extension authorized for programming, usually extension 101. There is no "swap" command and we usually move the hardware at the frame rather than in software, but you can do it if you find a vacant number. An example would be to swap 102 and 108 you make 102 some other extension, like 402, then make 108 102 and then 402 108. Yeah. Sure.
Anyway, the user's guide (UG) for your specific system (not the phone) has instructions for the System Manager that details how to program Extensions and Names.
I'm guessing you're using the Digital XDP port. Each of the phones has an extension and that 2nd extension number has to be added to the ICD group as a phone for the lines to blink or ring on the 2nd phone.
if u mean how to store a phone number on a Flexible button, her is the way:
1. Press Program button to be on Programming mode.
2. Press the desired Flexible button you wish to assign as a One-Touch Dialing button.
3. Dial 2.
3. Enter the desired number (extension number, phone number, etc.).
4. Press STORE.
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.
This is how I did it:
1. Press the 'Program' button
2. Then dial ** (star, star)
3. Enter the password (usually 1234)
4. Press 'Next' until you get to 'Ext Name'
5. Press 'Enter'
6. You will need to know the Extension Number of you phone, when you find out enter it (eg: 104 or whatever yours is)
7. Press 'Clear' to get rid of the old name then start entering the new name via the number keys. Note: If you keep cycling through the letter on each number you can get to lowercase or uppercase letters.
8. Press 'Enter' then you are all done... pick and hang up the handset.