Question about Panasonic KX-TGA600B Cordless Expansion Handset
My set, Panasonic, KX-TG6074B- comes with 4 handsets.
One of those 4 recently went thru the washer & doesn't work right anymore.
Bought another handset: KX-TG600A - & did all the "registering" things it said. It beeped in response where it was supposed to - BUT - it is not registered.
My only guess is that the original damaged one must be deregistered -
But it does not work right - how can I deregister it?
Is there some way to make a new signal from the base for all 4 handsets now????
I have a Panasonic KX-TG6700 base unit and KX-TGA670B handsets. We had a similar problem where we were no longer able to deregister the handset using the handset itself. We wanted to be able to use that slot that the broken phone was still occupyng. The solution that we found in the manual online was to hold down the intercom button for 3 seconds until the "in use" light turned on. Then press and hold the number of the extension you want to deregister until it beeps. At this point the base unit has freed that extension.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Here is the procedure as given to me by Panasonic Tech Support.
To DEREGISTER, using the handset you want to register, push MENU.....002.......335...and hit ok.
Then press the handset number you want to deregister (1 through 4). Don't worry if the handset says there is no link to base. This is because you just unregistered it so there will be no link.
To REGISTER, press and hold the locator button on the base unit until the green LED starts blinking. Then take the handset unit and press MENU.......001 and hit ok. Your unit should now be registered.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
You will have to deregister the handsets that were lost or damaged using one of the orginal handsets. Menu 002, 335 OK.
Then register Menu 001
Press and hold locator
Press OK on handset
Enter Hand set Number to register
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
You actually need to reset the base unit in order to de-register all handsets currently registered to it, especially when registered handsets are no longer in your possession. We have the same phone, Panasonic sticker show model number KX-TG6071, but another sticker on the back shows KX-TG6074.
I'm repeating this post, but you should be able to reset the base unit by unplugging it, plugging it in, and unplugging it again. Before you plug it in again, hold down the intercom/locator button as you plug it in and hold it. It should emit a slightly longish beep to tell you it is reset. If not, just repeat the last step. After it beeps, you will be able to program the handsets as mentioned above.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
You may need to de-register all your handsets, then re-register them one at a time. If your user guide does not describe how, go to panasonic.com and they have their literature and help guides on their site.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
If you are still looking for an answer on dereg of a handset, the manual says Menu - 0-0-2 then 3-3-5-OK then select the handset you want to cancel/deregister
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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