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System Panasonic kx-tva 50 reports there is no disk space, 261 min of space is used but mail box report does not show users with full mail boxes. When you go leave a message vm says, ''Sorry I can not add anymore.'' Is there a problem with memory? How do clean out memory?

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You might have a voicemail service with your phone service carrier. Please contact them to obtain information on retreiving those messages.


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Call the voice mail system from your phone (usually ext 165), put your password in, and start retrieving messages. Use a lot of 3's (delete) and it will get it down. IIRC you are only allowed about 100 or so but it is set by VM class of service.


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The 50's red light can come on for any reason. Don't worry about that. Are your lines ringing at all or is your system in Night mode (press INFO)? Worst case, unplug the VM. What happens? The voice mail is usually programmed to answer after the local lines has rung in day mode. If this has changed, I'd look for a bad state, like night mode in day or some such error.


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