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Line not assigned on panasonic 2.4 ghz

All three lines say not assigned

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Since, by default, you have either 4 or 8 lines minimum, do they appear on other phones and is there anything on the buttons? Press PROG and line 3 button. If the display shows CO 003, you have another problem. If they show blank, dial 0 3 and press ENTER. Do the same for line 4 (using 4, of course).

Carl

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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SOURCE: I'm using Panasonic KX-T7730 and I'm having a problem because i can't assign my other line.. the display show CO not assigned.. what will i do with it?

This is a physicians office and in the past we had to dial nine to get and outside line. Recently we updated to where we have to dial one and then the area code. However since the change our answering service can not get calls after hours because i believe our phones are still programmed to dial nine first. Can you please help us reprogram our phones? Thank you.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a panasonic KXT

From the phone press PROGRAM the button and dial 0 1 or 02 or 03 whatever line it was then STORE

Carl

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i assign a number to a co line on a

I have a manual for programming thats easier to read then type. It has graphics. Try this link I have uploaded for you. Please save or print out for future needs. Under making calls look down on the lower right hand side where it shows programing... This will help you with your #'s as well as some other quick tips you may not know.. Email back if I can further assist you..
http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/TELECOM-F-R/Panasonic%20KX-T7020%20user%20guide.pdf

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Panasonic kxt7630 button assignment

I've never heard of the ability to reassign an intercom button as it's a fixed feature, but maybe so. Start by assigning the lower left phone button back to CO1 and let's see what happens. WIthout picking up the handset, press PROG the button and dial 0+01 STORE or ENTER.
Pick up the handset and drop it back in the cradle to exit programming.

Did that work? Making button 1 into CO1 will drop the programming from the intercom button and it should default back to intercom.

Carl

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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Line not assigned


make sure that your service provider has installed 3 individual lines into the building
check that the 3 incoming lines are not all together in the plug at the wall
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When i pickup the phone i want the intercom to be my first option not a line out?


One of the following two methods of programming "Preferred Line Assignment-Outgoing" should work depending on which Panasonic phone system your KX-T7433B phone is connected to. Try number one first, if PROGRAM 99 does not get you into station programming, try number 2.

1) Press PROGRAM button then dial 99 to enter station programming. Dial 1, then press INTERCOM button to select Intercom as your Preferred Line Assignment-Outgoing choice. Press AUTODIAL/STORE button to save programming. Press PROGRAM button to end station programming or lifthandset then replace in cradle to end station programming.

2) Press PROGRAM button then dial 19, press AUTODIAL/STORE button. Press INTERCOM button then AUTODIAL/STORE button. Press PROGRAM button to end station programming or lift handset and replace in cradle to end station programming.

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CRACKLES ALL THE TIME ON ALL THREE PHONES , NO NOISE ON THE CORDED PHONE I HAVE


Some Panasonic cordless phones come with up to five handsets each will need to be properly adjusted. You may need to set the main handset to synchronize with the base unit plugged into the telephone wall jack and assign special configuration numbers to the other handsets in order to properly identify each one within a specified location. One handset left in the turned on mode may make it impossible to place calls with the any of the other handsets. This will continue until either the battery dies or fails on the handset or the phone is switched off and replaced in its charger for charging again. Synchronize the main handset by pressing the MENU button on the handset, then pressing the down button IN order to select the number you wish to assign to that handset. Repeating this process if you have already done so will greatly decrease the level of errors experienced with panasonic phones

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Panasonic kx-t7630. PABX lines have been reducede from 5 to 3. how can re assign CO buttons? now line 2 and 5 are no more in use, but still show as free. And if I press usual 9 to get outside line it...


If you know how to do system programming, the best thing to do is to move the lines into the first 3 positions on the cabinet and go into system program 600 and reduce the lines to 3. Your system installer or manager may be able to do the programming in less than 30 minutes.

Carl

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I have a Kx-t7420 panasonic phone system. I have three of my phones that go directly to line 2. no idea why. Can I change this? Also there is so much noise on line 2 that I cannot hear. Is this something...


Actually, you have a Panasonic TD phone system and a 7420 phone, but no matter. The feature you have is probably "idle line preference" or "preferred Line Assignment-Outgoing". In TD systems by default, you select lines from highest to lowest. If you only have 2 lines and PLA is set, you get line 2 then line 1. You can change it to get line 1 first, or chage the trunk access order. The first is something you can do from each phone, the second requires access to system programming. The bad thing about the first solution is if line 1 is busy, you won't get any line. The second will give you the entire trunk group.

Anyway, from each phone without picking up the handset, press PROGRAM 99 and dial 1301 STORE. That will give you line 1 when you pick up the handset. Just so you know or can change it, 11 is none, 12 is idle line, 13xx is specific line and 1+the intercom is intercom. Pick up the handset and drop it back down to exit programming.

As far as the noisy line, it's probably a central office issue. It's hard to test as that line is the outer pair of the jack that plugs into the phone sytsem (RJ-14 pair 2), but you can probably take a regular phone and test it at the demarc point.

Carl

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Automated Attendant not on everyone line


The below texts should help you.

**Found on page 9-8 of "Partner R6 Install and Upgrade Manual" so your system may vary slightly:

Use Line Assignment (#301) to assign all the lines that you want the auto attendant to cover
to extension X.

**Found on page 4-47 of "Partner R6 Install and Upgrade Manual" so your system may vary slightly:

To assign lines to a specific extension:
1. Press [Feature] [0] [0] [System Program] [System Program] [#] [3] [0] [1] at extension 10 or 11.
2. Enter the extension number to be programmed. For example, to program extension 15, press [1] [5]. The red light next to each button that has a line assigned is on steady; the red light next
to each button that has a pool assigned flashes.
3. To remove all existing line assignments, press [Remove] before selecting a line.
4. Enter the line number to be assigned. For example, to select line 1, press [0] [1].
5. Do one of the following:
■ If you want to assign the line to the first available button with lights, press [Next Data] until the
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1 Assigned
1 Assigned is the factory setting.
■ If you want to remove a line assignment, press [Next Data] until a display like the following
appears:
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■ If you want to assign the line to a specific button, press 3. A display like the following
appears:
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3 Select a Button
Then press a button with lights to assign the line to that button. If you use option 3 after a
line already has been assigned, the line moves from the old button to the new button you
select.
6. Do one of the following:
■ To program another line for this extension, press [Next Item] or [Prev Item] until the line number
appears on the display. Then repeat Step 5.
■ To program another extension, press N P and begin at Step 2.
7. Select another procedure, or exit programming mode.

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LINE NOT ASSIGNED


Since, by default, you have either 4 or 8 lines minimum, do they appear on other phones and is there anything on the buttons? Press PROG and line 3 button. If the display shows CO 003, you have another problem. If they show blank, dial 0 3 and press ENTER. Do the same for line 4 (using 4, of course).

Carl

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Line not assigned


Somewhere, floating around, is a TDA Users manual. Program 19 and 20 deal with Idle line preference out and in. You could have a couple of things going on, one is that you lost your ILP, or the line assigned to it is no longer there. If it's the former, try this:

PROG 19 0 is no line 1 is Idle CO 2 + a button is that line, and 3 is intercom. Press STORE after the sequence and try it.
Worst case is you do 19 3 and get it to the intercom on idle.

For incoming PROG 20 0 is none, 1 is longest ringing, and 2 plus a line is to prefer that line, used when you have a private or semi-private line that you need to answer. Again, press STORE to save your selection.

HTH

Carl


PROG 19 0 is none 1 is

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I just found this, which had the process for programming a CO button as a one-touch. And it worked. It's a bit easier to follow than the panasonic manual so hopefully it will have an answer.
http://www.command-a.com.au/Portals/0/Panasonic%20816%201232%20Quick%20Referance%20Guide.pdf

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