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How to set a new CO num into kx-t7730? screen is appear "CO not assigned"but the line already plug in .


In analog system like the KX-TA series, the lines have to be both installed and programmed to a set. System program 400 sets the lines and pressing PROGRAM, a CO button on the left side of the phone and dialing 0x STORE sets the line on the telephone.

There are also some access and ringing programs that need to be done in system programming and they are located in sections 407-412 or so.

For example, if you added line 3, you would go to 400, make sure that CO 3 is enabled, then press PROGRAM on each phone and the 3rd button up from the bottom. If the display doesn't say "CO3", then you dial 03 STORE and that will set line 3 on the phone.

Carl

Feb 18, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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I need an extra line to ring on my phone


First, you'll have to know what the line number is in the system for the new line.
To get the line port number, on the set/s that the new line appears on press feature *0 and the the new line.
The display should say for example L025:LINE 05.
The port number of the example is port 025.
write the port number of the new line down for future reference.
Programming2.gif is done on M7310, M7324 and T7316 sets.
To set up ringing you need to enter programming by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344.
The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming.
At the terminals&sets prompt, press the show key (top right arrow). The display should now ask for an extension number. Enter extension number you wish to program ringing on. Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should sat LINE ACCESS
Press the show key (top right arrow) .
The display should say LINE ASSIGNMENT.
Press the show key (top right arrow) .
The display ask for a line number. press list
The display should say line 001: appear& ring
press next key (lower right arrow)til you see the line port number you wish to program
The display should say line 0xx: appear only
press the Chng key till it says appear & ring

press the release key when finished

Sep 29, 2009 | Nortel Meridian M7208 Corded Phone

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Norstar M7310 phone doesn't ring and doesn't pick up calls


You can look at the manual here:
http://www.fixya.com/support/p98000-norstar_m7310_corded_phone_nt8b21ac03/manual-34096/page-3

Jun 24, 2009 | NorStar M7310 Corded Phone

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How to access messages remotely


While you are away from your home or
office, you can use a touch-tone phone,
or a pulse (rotary) phone with a pocket
tone dialer (available through your local
RadioShack store) to enter your PIN and
do any of the following:
• set the phone to answer or not
answer calls
• listen to your messages
• record a new outgoing message
• erase messages
• monitor the room where the phone
is located
Notes:
• You cannot remotely operate the
phone using its handset or another
telephone on the same line as the
phone.
• You can also listen to the message
recorded on Line 2 by making a call
to Line 1’s number (or vice versa).
USING THE TOLL-SAVER
If RING TIME is set to TS (toll-saver),
(see “Setting the Number of Rings” on
Page 15), the phone answers after three
rings if you have new messages (ones
you have not listened to). If there are no
new messages, the phone answers after
five rings. This gives you time to hang
up before the phone answers so you
can avoid unnecessary long-distance
charges.
Note: Toll-saver works only on the line
you called. If Line 1 has no new messages,
but Line 2 has one, the telephone
answers after five rings when you
call Line 1.
USING REMOTE
COMMANDS
Follow these steps to operate the phone
from a remote location.
Note: If you wait more than 15 seconds
between keypresses, the phone sounds
a long beep and hangs up.
1. Dial your phone number and wait for
the phone to answer.
2. If the phone is not set to answer
calls, it answers after about 10 rings
and sounds a series of beeps.
3. When the outgoing message begins
(or the phone sounds a series of
beeps), press #, then enter your PIN
within 2 seconds.
If the PIN is correct, the phone announces
the day and time, then it announces
the number of new and old messages.
The phone plays all new messages,
then beeps about every two seconds to
let you know it is ready to accept remote
commands.
Notes:
• If the phone does not respond, try
entering your PIN again. If you enter
an incorrect PIN three times, the
phone beeps and hangs up.
Remote Operation 27
• When the phone is operating from a remote location, it stops all answering functions
and rC appears on the display on the base. The phone resumes answering
functions when it is no longer in remote operation, if you have not turned it off.
• The remote playback of incoming messages is limited to 4 minutes. If you have
more messages after 4 minutes have passed, you must press # 2 again to listen
to the rest of the messages.
• When using remote operation, you can only delete the current message during
playback. You cannot delete all the messages stored at one time.
The following table shows the remote commands you can use.
Note: Remote operation stops when someone picks up the handset and presses either
LINE 1 or LINE 2 (whichever is flashing), or any phone on the same phone line.
Remote Commands
Press #
then (within
2 seconds:
Function
1
Repeat current message during playback.
2 Play messages.
3 Skip current message during playback.
4 Delete current message during playback.
5 Stop playback, recording, and room monitoring.
6 Set the phone to answer or not answer calls.
7 Record or stop recording a new outgoing message.
8 Play the outgoing message.
9 Switch to the other line (Line 1 or Line 2).
0 Monitor the room where the phone is located for 15 seconds

Mar 19, 2009 | Lands Phones

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M7310 phone buttons


Wow, you should get 2 lines and at least one intercom by default. Lines are assigned in most Nortel systems in Terminals & Sets. Your COPY command is your friend. Just pick a phone you wnat to emulate and copy it to your new set.

Carl

Sep 01, 2008 | NorStar M7310 Corded Phone

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New Motorola V710 Cell phone, says it has cricket service


check your screen if there is a small number 2 in the corner or up the top somewhere then this shows you have your phone set on line two for call waiting
go to call settings in your menu and change phone line in use back to line 1

Oct 25, 2007 | Motorola Mobility V710

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Line 3 and 4 are not programmed


You need to go into main programming of the system, and set the phone to access those lines. First ID the 2 new extensions. Do this by going to the phone, and pressing the Feature Key "Button with a little black globe", * and 0. then press the intercom button. This will show you the extension number. Press release "Red button with the phone and arrow downward". Then Press feature key "Button with the black Globe" "**266344" and again "**266344" go to terminals and sets. next to the buttons, you will see triangles , 3 for a while and 4 some times. The keys just next to them are your scrolling and enter keys. Scroll to "Terminals and Sets", press the enter button "Top right triangle" and enter in the extension and enter. then scroll to Line Access, enter, line Assignment. For each line, you have to change it to either Appear and ring, appr or unassigned. Set to appear and ring or appr. Do is for each extension to want to have acces to those lines.

Apr 27, 2007 | NorStar BCM-M7324 Corded Phone...

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