Question about Panasonic KXDT321 Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pick 2 buttons on the left side keystrip and label them CID-Indication and CID-Selection Then press PROGRAM press the button and dial 96 STORE for the first and 97 STORE for the second. When a call comes in, the Selection button will toggle between the name and the number and if yuu're looking at missed calls, the date and time of the call. When you miss a call, the Indication button will light and you press it to view the Names of missed calls.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: setting the date
By programming, these are programs 000,001 and 002 for Date and Time, Speed Dial number, and Speed Dial Name.
Date and time programming is easy, I don't wish manual speed dial entry on my worst enemy. However, if you like a challenge, I'm going to give you a link to the programming manual.
Start with page 12, since you'll need it to get into programming.
Your key sequences begin on page 16. After you put the first 5 or 10 speed dial numbers and names in, you'll get the hang of entering names in the directory. Nothing changes until you press ENTER or STORE. Each speed dial number starts with a trunk access code (usually 9) as part of the number. In name entry, each time you press the key it changes a letter. In a TDA IIRC 7 presses of the 2 key will get you ABCabc2.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
You have a 7730 PHONE. The system is not determined, but in analog going forward it could be a TA-624/824 or TAW-848.
If you have a TA system, it requires programming http://www.fixya.com/support/t2436730-caller_id_stoped_working_dont_know_clear
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
The mechanics of storing a speed dial number on Panasonic phones is the same, even if the phone can be connected to one of 18 different model Key Service Units. It involves pressing PROGRAM a button, an access code, the number, and STORE. In the U.S. our access code to get an outside line is "9". You may be using something different, like '0'.
The differences are if you can dial "9" on the intercom and get a dial tone, which collumn of buttons you press, and/or whether you want this to be PERSONAL numbers or SYSTEM numbers.
In a TA-824, lines are accessed high to low. If you have 2 lines on a basic system and dial "9" to get an outside line, you will land on line 3 if you have not told the system that line 3 is disabled (system program 400). So, the fast answer is press PROGRAM, a button on the right side, dial 9+your desired number and STORE. If it's a left side button, dial 29 instead of 9.
System speed dials requrie access to system program 001.
If this does not work on your system, please comment back with your actual system model number.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
If you are using this phone on a Panasonic KX-TDA 30/100/200/600 system. From the Switcboard / Main telephone or Managers phone with the handset on the cradle/hook press Program * * or Program * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). Now press 004 and then ENTER. Enter the extension number you want to change. Now enter the name (the same way as texting on a cellphone) To save the changes press AUTO DIAL / STORE. To go to the next extension press NEXT on the screen. When you are done lift the handset and put it down to exit program mode.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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