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Panasonic made 2 TA-308's, one for the US market and one for worldwide. It's similar in operation to the 624 and those manuals are available on the internet. There's not much to them, it has 11 modular jacks and 2 1/8" (350mm) jacks on the side (top) that interfaces to the 3 lines and 8 phones with music and paging ports. At the least, there's an installation manual and a user's manual. Later systems added a separate programming manual.
Since a 7730 is just a phone, you need a bit more information. It plugs into a Pana KSU, typically a TA 624/824 for that model era. A TA starts as a 308 meaning 3 lines 8 phones and grows to 8 lines 24 phones by adding another 308 and 208 card. So, if you're adding line 4, you need to have the expansion card to make it work. These systems come with at least 2 and maybe up to 6 manuals. I would hope you don't plan on "adding one more line" without it.
I'm guessing yes, but it depends on what system it's plugged into. In the U.S. Panasonic sytems come in 308, 616 and 824 models in the TA series, but only 4x4 default in the TAW-848.
These would be the systems most common for the 7731 phone.
So, when you locate the cabinet, if it's a TA-624/824, then you'll see a board with 11 modular jacks, 3 for lines and 8 for extensions. In the 848, it will be 4 lines and 4 extensions if it has not been expanded. If it's an old KXT30810/61610, you'll see the extra jacks on the sytem.
Hello, if you are using this phone on a Panasonic 308 or 824 system press 40 for an external incomming call or 4 followed by the extension number to pick up a certain extension that is ringing. Thank you.
If you are using the KX-T7730 phone on a Panasonic KX-Txx 308 or 824 system. From the Switchboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook : 1. Press PROGRAM * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). 2. Now press 400 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the line number you wish to change. ( In your case 2) 3. Press AUTO ANS / MUTE to change between Connect and Not Connect. 4. Press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your changes. 5. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode and you are done.
If you are using the KX-T7730 phone on a Panasonic KX-Txx 308/824 system. From the Switcboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook : 1. Press PROGRAM * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). 2. Now press 001 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the system speeddial location ( 00 to 99 ) or just press SP-PHONE again to go to 00. 3. Enter your line access number ( usually 0 or 9 ) followed by the telephone number you would like to assign for the speeddial. 4. Press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your setting. 5. To go to the next speeddial location press SP-PHONE and follow steps 3 and 4 again. 6. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode. 7. To dial the system speeddial from any extesion lift the handset and press * followed by the speeddial location ( example 00 )
That's a good thing, because I'm guessing you have not plugged the phone into a Panasonic system. It requires 2 pairs of wires from the system to the jack.
When you do, it will light up and the system programming can be performed to make it work. Panasonic systems come in all sizes, ranging from 3 lines and 8 phones to 60 lines and hundreds of phones.
Typically, the TA-824 in the U.S. has a street price of about $250. *Bay has prior issue cabinets for less...a TD-308 or a 30810 system will sell for prices in the $125 range. If you're looking for CallerID, then you need to find a complete TD-308, or a TA series system that has the CID board.