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Need to change from pulse to tone on Panasonic vb5211d

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  • nautacia Apr 13, 2009


    this phone does not have any switch.
    Once a guy did it entering a code in the phone, but i didn't See it

  • nautacia Apr 13, 2009

    The Phone is a PANASONIC VB5211D, conected to a central PANASONIC VB5250XF

  • nautacia Apr 13, 2009

    This Phone does not have ¨menu¨ ¨arrow¨, etc.

  • nautacia Apr 14, 2009

    The phone on station 11 is diferent to de VB5211D, it's a vb 5411,  but Im afraid it does not have any switch in it

  • nautacia Apr 14, 2009

    This phones (vb5411 and vb5211d) doesn't have switches. The only buttons are MIC, REDIAL, MEMORY, ON/OFF and HOLD.

  • nautacia Apr 14, 2009

    1) Pick up the phone or press ON/OFF button        OK 
    2) Dial the desired number                                          OK 
    3) Press * or # to switch pulse to tone dialing.  Hear BUSSY

  • nautacia Apr 15, 2009

    still with pulses in my phone, I need help.
    We cant make calls

  • nautacia Apr 15, 2009

    No solution for my problem

  • nautacia Apr 16, 2009

    How to get to MENU in my phone ? no button

  • nautacia Apr 17, 2009

    Partial Solution:


    if I digit ¨ * ¨ before the number, the telephone works on TONES inclusive from extensions.


    ¿Now, how can y leave the phone permanently on Tones ?  Using ¨*¨ before number, it work's but changes back to PULSES immediately I Hang up.

  • nautacia Apr 20, 2009

    As in photo this phone doesn't have MENU

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Hi nautacia,
It actually depends on the brand, model and version. Often utilized is a simple slide switch to select P/T either at the rear or bottom of the unit. In some others, it is configured in the MENU/Setup while still some would already be using TONE only. Most of the old phones would of course be locked to PULSE only.

Press menu and use the arrow down to goto Global setup and press select. Use the down arrow and goto Dial Mode and press select. Use the down arrow to select your dial mode and press select.


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Posted on Apr 17, 2009

  • taran_2005
    taran_2005 Apr 20, 2009

    Hi Nautacia,



    It seems that the working of your phone model is different than the working of other models offered by panasonic or any other phone company.



    The best we can do at this moment is we can offer you a link to purchase cost effective service manual, that would guide you to fix your problem and infact any other future problem associated with your model.



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I was hoping you would come back :D

Switching Between Pulse and Tone Calling
When you dial your phone, Pulse calling dials by sending out a certain number of pulses for each digit, as with old-fashioned rotary phones. With tone calling, your phone dials by sending a distinctive tone for each digit. 1. Pick up the handset or press ON/OFF. 2. Dial the desired number. 3. Press * or ## to switch from pulse to tone calling, or vice versa
I have uploaded the manual HERE
page 21 indicates the steps outlined above.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2009

  • blueextc3221
    blueextc3221 Apr 17, 2009

    BTW - it says to press ## in the manual.

    not # as stated in your earlier response.

    not sure if that makes a difference.





    AND the manual is not edited very well.



    Try pressing # or * BEFORE dialing the numbers.

    If i remember correctly - # is for touchtone.

    It has been a WHILE :D

  • blueextc3221
    blueextc3221 Apr 17, 2009

    no it must be done every time you make a call - unfortunately.



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Go to the menu and choose Tel line and the go to set dial mode and then choose the dial mode like dial or pulse mode

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Dear you use the follow step....thanks.
http://phone.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/1939807

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For Panasonic VB-series corded phones, try this:
1) Pick up the phone or press ON/OFF button 2) Dial the desired number 3) Press * or # to switch pulse to tone dialing.
I hope this helps your problem. Have a nice day.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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Hi there,

you can see under the phone an adjustment switch, you may see it on the side it either left or right side. you can adjust it from pulse to tone.

let me know

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

  • micromaster
    micromaster Apr 13, 2009

    may i know what exactly the model # that you have.?

  • micromaster
    micromaster Apr 13, 2009

    Press menu and use the arrow down to goto Global setup and press
    select. Use the down arrow and goto Dial Mode and press select. Use the
    down arrow to select your dial mode and press select

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On the side of the phone.... look on all sides you will see a slide switch where you can choose between tone and pulse... move it to tone

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Here are your phone codes:
All programming is performed from a display telephone connected to extension 101. To enter programming mode move the switch on the back of the phone to Program and press *#1234.

  • 000--- Date and Time Setting
  • 001--- System Speed Dial Entry
  • 002--- System Password
  • 003--- DSS Console Port Assignment
  • 004--- Paired Telephone Assignment for DSS Console
  • 005--- One-Touch transfer Using a DSS Button
  • 006--- Time (D/N/L) Service Changing Mode
  • 007--- Time (D/N/L) Service Start Time
  • 008--- Operator Assignment
  • 009--- Extension Number Assignment
  • 010--- LCD Time Display Selection
  • 011--- System speed dial name setting (-4+)
  • 100--- Hunting Group Set
  • 101--- Station Hunting Type
  • 102--- Voice Mail Port
  • 103--- DTMF Integration
  • 104--- Hold Mode Selection
  • 105--- Conference Tone
  • 106--- External Paging Access Tone
  • 107--- DTMF Receiver Check
  • 108--- Flash Mode for a Station Locked Ext
  • 109--- CO Indicator Assignment
  • 110--- Flash Key Mode
  • 111--- Hold Music Selection
  • 112--- DSS Console Indication Mode
  • 113--- Automatic Redial Repeat (Up to –2 only)
  • 114--- Automatic Redial Interval Time (Up to –2 only)
  • 115--- Ext Ringing Pattern Selection
  • 117--- Call Pickup Tone
  • 118--- Pulse Restriction
  • 119--- Redialing After Pulse to Tone Conversion
  • 125--- Toll Restriction Check for * and #
  • 130--- Voice Mail 1 APT Port for KX-TVS50 (-1+)
  • 131--- Voice Mail 2 APT Port for KX-TVS50 (-1+)
  • 140--- Ring Mode (–1 –2 only)
  • 200--- Hold Recall Time
  • 201--- Transfer Recall Time
  • 202--- Call Forwarding Start Time
  • 203--- Pickup Dial Delay Time
  • 204--- Call Duration Count Start Time
  • 205--- Outside to Outside ( CO to CO ) Line Duration Time Limit
  • 206--- Dialing Start Time
  • 208--- Interdigit Time
  • 211--- No Dial Disconnect
  • 300--- Carrier Code Assignment
  • 301--- Toll Restriction --- System Speed Dial
  • 302-305--- Toll Restriction --- Class 2 --- 5 Denied Codes
  • 306--- Toll Restriction --- Exception Codes
  • 309--- Emergency Dial Number Set
  • 310--- Account Codes
  • 311--- Automatic Pause Insertion Codes
  • 312--- Toll Restriction- Station Lock Boundary Class
  • 400--- Outside CO Line Connection Assignment
  • 401--- Dial Mode
  • 402--- Pulse Speed Selection
  • 403--- Host PBX Access Codes
  • 404--- Outside CO Line Group Assignment
  • 405-407--- Flexible Outward Dialing Assignment D/N/L
  • 408-410--- Flexible Ringing Assignment D/N/L
  • 411-413--- Delayed Ringing Assignment D/N/L
  • 414-416--- Outside CO Line Mode D/N/L
  • 417--- Pause Time
  • 418--- Flash Time
  • 419--- Automatic Designated Outside CO Line Access
  • 420--- Calling Party Control CPC Signal
  • 421--- CPC Detection for Outgoing Calls
  • 422--- Disconnect Time
  • 423--- Outside CO Line Ringing Pattern Selection
  • 500--- DISA Incoming Dialing Mode Selection
  • 501--- DISA Built-in AA
  • 502--- OGM Mode Selection
  • 503--- Fax Connection
  • 504--- DISA Delayed Answer Time
  • 505--- DISA Waiting Time After OGM
  • 506--- DISA Busy Mode
  • 507--- DISA Intercept Mode
  • 508--- DISA Ringing Time Before Intercept
  • 509--- DISA Ringing Time After Intercept
  • 510--- DISA No Dial Mode
  • 511--- DISA Security Type
  • 512--- DISA Security Codes
  • 513--- Cyclic Tone Detection
  • 514--- Fax Tone Detection
  • 515--- Intercept Time for Internal DISA
  • 517--- DISA AA Wait Time (-3 +)
  • 516--- DISA Incoming Assignment
  • 518--- DISA Tone Selection After Security Code
  • 530--- DISA Security Codes Digits Selection (-3+)
  • 600--- Ext Group Assignment
  • 601-603--- TRS-Class of Service Assignment D/N/L
  • 604--- Ext Name Setting
  • 605--- Account Code Entry Mode
  • 606--- Call Transfer to Outside Line
  • 607--- Call FWD to an Outside Line
  • 608--- Executive Busy Override
  • 609--- DND Override
  • 610--- Paralleled Telephone Connection
  • 611--- Telephone Answering Machine Ext
  • 612--- Room Monitor Assignment
  • 617--- Wireless PT port Assignment
  • 618--- MWL For Other Ext (-3+)
  • 620--- Live Call Screening Mode Assignment (-2+)
  • 700-702--- Doorphone Ringing Assignment D/N/L
  • 703-705--- Door Opener Assignment D/N/L
  • 706--- Doorphone Ringing/Tone Pattern D/N/L
  • 707--- Doorphone Access Tone Selection
  • 708--- Doorphone Ringing Time
  • 709--- Door Opener Time
  • 710--- Doorphone Ring/Chime Selection (-3 Y591B+)
  • 711--- Doorphone Chime Assignment (-3 Y591B+)
  • 712--- Doorphone Chime Pattern Selection (-3 Y591B+)
  • 800--- SMDR RS-232C Communication Parameters
  • 801--- SMDR Parameter
  • 802--- Incoming/Outgoing Call Selection For Printing
  • 803--- Secret Speed Dialing/One-Touch Dialing Printing
  • 804--- System Data Dump
  • 805--- SMDR Account Code Selection
  • 900--- Caller ID Assignment
  • 901--- Caller ID Area Code Assignment
  • 902--- Caller ID Modification for Local Calls
  • 903--- Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Calls
  • 904--- Caller ID Log Priority Selection
  • 906--- Caller ID SMDR Format
  • 907--- Caller ID SMDR Printout Selection (-3+)
  • 908--- CID Call Waiting Time (-3+)
  • 909--- Common Area Call Log Check Assignment (-3+)
  • 968--- Kx-T77xx Incoming lamp control (-4+)
  • 963--- Call Forwarding Selection (-1+)
  • 998--- ROM Version
  • 999--- System Data Clear

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Apr 14, 2009






    Move switch in cabinet to PROGRAM. Use station 11
    phone to program






    Code



    Description






    00



    Time/Date






    01



    System Speed Dial 00 to 99






    02



    CO Connection Assignment Connect/No Connect






    03



    Dial Mode Tone/Pulse











    System Switching Mode Automatic/Manual






    05



    System Switching Time






    06



    Outward Dialing Day






    07



    Outward Dialing Night






    08



    Ringing, Day






    09



    Ringing, Night






    10



    Toll Restriction Class Assignment






    11



    Toll Restriction, Area Code selection






    12



    Programmable Operator Call






    13



    Host PBX Access Codes






    14



    Automatic Answering Automatic/Manual










    Preferred Line Assignment





















































































































































































































  • Nate Stansfield
    Nate Stansfield Apr 14, 2009

    If you want to download the entire manual for panasonic Vb5211, you can get it here at this site:
    http://www.retrevo.com


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