Question about Panasonic KX-T7735 Corded Phone
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Http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/KXTAW848.PDF Check this link to download the user manual to this phone. It has all details. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It says "Not Stored" because you haven't stored anything in it. There are 12 buttons on the left side with lights and 12 buttons for feature dialing on the right. If you want to monitor extensions, the buttons on the left are the ones to use. If you want to store speed dial numbers and feature codes use the ones on the right.
Left button programming. Press PROGRAM and the button. For extensions, dial 1+ext and STORE. For CO's, press 0+line number, for inside codes press 2+code, for outside number press 2+9+number, all followed by STORE.
Right button programming. For inside codes dial the code, for outside number press 9+number followed by STORE.
Note that you could also dial "8x" or "80x" in place of "9" for specific line access. Also, you can store extension speed dial numbers on the right, you just won't get a light indication when they're busy.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
The mechanics of storing a speed dial number on Panasonic phones is the same, even if the phone can be connected to one of 18 different model Key Service Units. It involves pressing PROGRAM a button, an access code, the number, and STORE. In the U.S. our access code to get an outside line is "9". You may be using something different, like '0'.
The differences are if you can dial "9" on the intercom and get a dial tone, which collumn of buttons you press, and/or whether you want this to be PERSONAL numbers or SYSTEM numbers.
In a TA-824, lines are accessed high to low. If you have 2 lines on a basic system and dial "9" to get an outside line, you will land on line 3 if you have not told the system that line 3 is disabled (system program 400). So, the fast answer is press PROGRAM, a button on the right side, dial 9+your desired number and STORE. If it's a left side button, dial 29 instead of 9.
System speed dials requrie access to system program 001.
If this does not work on your system, please comment back with your actual system model number.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Hello, from the Switcboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle press Program * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). Now press 001 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the system speeddial location ( 00 to 99 ) or just press SP-PHONE again to go to 00. Now enter your line access number ( usually 0 or 9 ) followed by the telephone number you would like to assign for the speeddial. Now press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your setting. To go to the next speeddial location press SP-PHONE and follow the above steps again. Press Program to exit program mode. To dial the system speeddial from any extesion lift the handset and press * followed by the speeddial location ( example 00 )
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Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: changing all speed dial numbers
Speed dials reside in programming memory 001. You can change them from the maintenance console software, or an extension, usually on Jack #1, operator, or the manager's phone.
From the phone, (ext 101) press PROGRAM and dial **1234. If the display says SYS PGM then dial 001 and start with your first speed dial number (3 digit, 001-999). By stepping through the ENTER key, you will be able to find the existing numbers. A trunk access code must be the first part of a speed dial number. You probably see it as the first digit "9" in front of all your numbers.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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