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Re: pick up receiver and get a dial tone for outgoing w/o...
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.
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1) make sure is the phone is working good 2) there are tone dial 3) see the steps before o.k see ,if there are another phone having the same problem. The problem is service provider. 4) eliminate any background noise., mute the cordless handset before dialing. God bless you
1. lift the handset and listen for the dial tone.
2. press the store button
3. dial the number that you wish to store
4. press the store button a second time
5. press one of the numbers on the phone [0-9] and that will become the speed dial number.
6. make a record of the speed dial number and the name of the person it will call.
Then when you want the person on speed dial number 5, just pick up the receiver, get a dial tone and push 5. Thats it!
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Before you store a telephone number in memory, make sure the dialing mode is correctly set for the type of service you have. The default dialing mode is tone (touch-tone), so if you have pulse (rotary) service, you must first change the dialing mode. See “To Set the Dial Mode.” The following buttons can be stored into any memory location: 0-9. STORING FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS 1. Pick up the handset. 2.Press the store button. 3. Push the desired memory location button. 4. Press the store button. 5.Use the handset number keys to enter the telephone number (up to 16-digits) and press the store button. 6.Hang up the handset. NOTE: If you make a mistake, use the delete button to delete wrong digits. CHANGING A STORED NUMBER Repeat the storage sequence above. The new number replaces the old number at the memory location. ERASING A STORED NUMBER 1. Pick up the handset. 2.Press the store button. 3.Press the memory location (0-9) to be erased. 4.Press delete for three seconds until the number in the display is erased. 5.Hang up the handset. DIALING FREQUENTLY CALLED NUMBERS 1. Pick up the handset and press the mem button. 2. Press 0-9 for the memory location. The number dials automatically. OR 1. Pick up the handset and press the dial button. 2. Press the review button for the desired memory location. 3. Press the dial button to dial the number. OR 1. Press dial button while the handset is still in the cradle. 2. Press the review button for the desired memory location, lift the handset and the number dials automatically.
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Put the document you want to send into the transmit tray, pick up the handset, listen for a dial tone, and then dial the # on the keypad..
It should ring just like any other phone. When the machine on the other end picks up and you hear the tones, press the start button.
Anything other than fax tones on the other end, it is not your faxes fault.
MEMORY Each memory button is capable of storing phone numbers up to 16 digits. Memory locations 0-9 require you to press the mem button for access. STORING A NUMBER IN MEMORY 1. Pick up the handset, and press the store button. 2. Dial the number to be stored (up to 16 digits). 3. Press store again. 4. Press a memory location button 0-9, and hang up the handset.
INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE DIALING SEQUENCE Use the redial button to add pauses to a dialing sequence, for example after you dial 9 for an outside line. A pause is approximately 4 seconds long.
CHANGING A STORED NUMBER To change a stored number, you just replace it with a different number using the procedure for storing a number.
DIALING A STORED NUMBER 1. Pick up the handset, and wait for a dial tone. 2. For numbers stored in memory locations 0-9, press the mem button, and then number of the location in which the desired number is stored
depends on the telephone exchange . Suggest switching to Tone signalling . MTDF - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse_dialing
Old technology- Pulse or Decadic Signalling - the line is broken by a relay contact or if even older a rotary dial manual switch contact - Dial a 9 you would break the line connection 9 times and send nine pulses.
Tone sends two frequency tones that encode the number that you selected and is a much faster dialing system and more modern method.
connect a phone with 4521 in the back side jack of phoneout,
for outgoing fax
place original in the adf or glass for fax
Press hookdial and dial your sending fax number in 4521 after number dialing pull the phone handset to ear when you leason fax tone from the dialing number press start button to send fax.
for incoming fax (in not automoated)
press hook dial and press start to receive