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Same problem here. No buttons on the phone work

The only thing that works is when I press shift and ANY other button, it dials to the same extension. Other than that, the buttons on the phone don't work, but i still have a dial tone and can still receieve calls. Any solutions yet?

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You have a stuck button.

I would look at the button that the set is calling.
You may have that person as speed dial on the set.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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If you have manual(z), they should. One, the OM (operating manual) will tell you how to set up your personal programming.

The buttons on the left side of a 7730 have lights, the buttons on the right do not, so they are programmed differently. Left side is DSS, right side is PF (personal feature). If you have spare left side buttons, press PROGRAM the button and dial 1 plus the ext number and STORE. The light will now follow the activity of the extension you programmed.

The buttons on the right have no lights, so you can only put in extension speed dial numbers. For that, press PROGRAM, the button, and dial the 3 digit extension number and STORE.

Depending on the system your phone is connected with, you can just press the button to dial, or you have to pick up the handset or SP-PHONE and select intercom (if not selected) and it will dial that extension, or if the system is a TAW, TD or higher, just press the button.

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You can program the right side buttons to speed dial the extensions by just pressing PROGRAM ext no STORE. It will dial the extension when you press it if you have intercom dial tone.

How the button behaves is dependent on which system the phone is attached to. In a TA, you have to start with dial tone on the intercom. In a TAW/TDA you don't.

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It depends on how many lighted spare buttons you have. in a TA type system, you press PROGRAM, press a spare button, and dial 1+ the extension you want to dial and STORE. If you just want a speed dial to an extension, you can program them on the right side by PROGRAM, button, ext, and STORE.

With the lights, you can monitor the progress of the extension users. It's called DSS (direct station selection) in the manuals.

If you have a TA or lower system, you have to pick up the handset or press SP PHONE and make sure you're on the intercom, then press the buttons. In a TAW or greater, you can just press the button and pick up the handset or the SP PHONE will go on automatically.

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Sounds like a stuck button!

Look for the button that is depressed... or the button that has that person that the set is always calling and remove that button with a key/ small knife/ screwdriver or something.

When you take this button off the set, I bet that your set will start working again.

Clean that button, maybe there is something spilled on it.

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