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Pick up receiver and get a dial tone for outgoing w/o pressing 9

1. I used to be able to pick up the receiver and get a dial tone. After a storm , I now have to press 9 or a CO. How can I go back? Found nothing obvious in the reference manuel.

2. Have changed to wire on handset but still have a lot of static with goes away if I hold the wire at the base of the handset very still. Do I need new handset or is there some adjustment?

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  • jm1938 Jan 28, 2009

    I will try to figure that out. I see the program button on the system but not sure what to do from there.

  • lynn764 Apr 27, 2009

    I have the same problem but there was no storm. When the phone rings we used to be able to answer without pressing co line. How do I fix it?



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I beleive you are referring to a phone which is part of a PBX system or Key-system (sounds more like a Panasonic PBX system). If so, this is a system program that has gone "bonkers". You may need to re-program the automatic outside line dial tone on the system for the specific phone you are referring to.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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    Jinan Jan 29, 2009

    If you have a Panasonic PBX, please consult the Programming Manual or the engineer who programmed the system. It is not a user programmable feature but one for an engineer.

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