Question about Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone
I have a TES824 PBX, and a TVM50 Voicemail / custom menu system. One of the options is to call a whole group. Currently this is done using an unused extension (number 42) connected to an unused CO line (8). If that option is selected, the TVM50 dials 42, which then rings back in at CO8. It sort-of works. The PT phones don't always ring - I'm guessing this is a lack of voltage issue due to the loop-round, and, as it's done twice, to deal with multiple lines coming in at the same time, we have two extension ports, and two CO lines used up just to do this flip round. Is there anyway the same could be achieved without the loopround?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hope this help...
with a handset on hook...press PROGRAM and press 3 (number 3 button) this should give you a choice of which extention you want the phone to ring.. ie 1or 2 or three... Then finally press STORE
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
This is most likely a service provider issue. If these are analog lines, take a regular phone, not a Panasonic system phone, and plug it into wherever the CO1 CO2 CO3 lines go into the cabinet. If they work there, you have a system fault (not likely). If they don't you have a line problem.
Make sure that you plug the phone into the lines coming in, not into the cabinet :-)
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
If you are not getting a dial tone then something is holding the line off hook. Disconnect any other device you have on your lines and check to see if you get your dial tone back. If you still have no dial tone unplug each phone and check again. You may have to disconnect everything for a minute or two so the phone company will reset its equipment. Plug in your phones one at a time and check your dial tone every time you add something new.
If you add something and you loose your dial tone immediately you may have a crossed connection in the wall socket, any splitters or in the phone plug. Check to make sure all of the wires in those sockets are straight before you plug in your phone wire.
If you add your CC machine and everything is good but it fails after you run a transaction you will have to contact the supplier of your CC machine. It is not hanging up the line.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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