Question about Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That's what happens when you plug in the system and don't program it. You need to review ICD groups.
By default, the phone connected to the first extension is the master phone and the only phone that rings.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
A Panasonic Analog PTS ring sound is not adjustable, however, the cadence is. An outside call rings with a single ring, an internal call is either voice announce or a double ring. The digital phones from Panasonic have either 8 or 30 different tones, but that's a different system.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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The introduction message is usually setup as a custom service menu. You need to determine if this is the case by logging into the message managers mailbox and listening to find the current greeting. To log into the message manager mailbox, call voicemail, dial #6 then *98(for 2 digit mailboxes) or *998(for 3 digit mailboxes) or *9998(for 4 digit mailboxes), enter password followed by #. Once in the message managers mailbox, press 5 to record messages. Your introduction message could be the company greeting or a custom service menu. Press 1 for the company greeting and follow the prompts to listen to the greeting. Press 3 for the custom service menu, then enter the custom service number 1-100( in your case start with 1 until you find the current introduction message) and follow the prompts to listen to the message. Once you have found the current introduction message record your new message and save.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
A TD system is a DIGITAL phone system and the 7730 phones are ANALOG. I don't know what X means, but I guess they're not from the US :-). Anyway, the ANALOG phones need 4 wires to work, instead of the 2 that the digital phones have. If your installer was lazy and didn't cross-connect 4 wires at the frame or put in 4 bridge clips on each jumper, then you don't have a voice path. Or, XDP is turned on and you'll have a bit of a problem.
If you have an IM and a PM for the TD system, you can find the wiring diagram and the instructions to read the XDP status. Quick answer is the first 2 of every 3 pairs will run to your phone. If you start with a digital phone in the port first, turn on XDP and plug a single line set into the XDP port, you will get dial tone (may have to dial 390 or 391 to enable/disable the XDP twinning) and that dial done will be different from the digital phone. If you don't get dial tone, your first pair wiring is missing. Fix that, turn off XDP and you 77xx series phone will now work in the port.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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