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How do I find redial the last number I dialed on my BT 8500 call guardian telephone

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SOURCE: programming numbers into telephone

to store a speed dial on the kx-t7730 with the Advanced Hybrid System KX-TA624 you press the following keys

<pick up the receiver>
2
*
<the number you want to have as speed dial>
<the number you want to dial>
<press the square shaped key next to 0 and 9>
<wait for dial tone to return>
<hang up>

To call using the now saved speed dial, press the square shaped key and then the number you have saved to speed dial

For example

<pick up receiver> 2*1555555555<square key> <wait for dial tone> <hang up>

This will mean that when you press the square key and 1, it will dial 555555555

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Redial for 10 digit dialing

You have to setup ARS. Not easy if you don't Know how to program Toshiba system. What Toshiba system do you have

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: when I redial a number outside of my area code, how do I set up my phone to redial an automatic 1 before the number I want to dial?

I can't redial.. How do I set up my phone to redial an automatic 1 before the number I want to dial? i have a GE digital 5-8

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Automatic redial malfunction

It's been a long time since I have used Panasonic analog phones, but the redial function in them used to be mechanical. It dialed 15 times with a 45 second pause between attempts. The key was, it expected you to pick up the handset, cancelling the redial if you got an answer.
If you got an answer and didn't do anything, it hung up and redialed again until you picked up the handset!

Could that be what your system is doing?

Carl

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: my phone dials too fast.

I had the same problem with a model 6325-4. Worked fine for the first week. Then, tone dial with redial, directory, etc was too fast for system to register the number.
Called Vtech support. After a 15 hold, 5 minute explanation and tech listening to a reproduction of problem over the phone, she asked that I perform a complete system reset (I called via my cell).
I unplugged power from base first, then removed battery from all hand sets. Powered down for ~3 minutes (with tech waiting on line the entire time).
I powered up base first and then reconnected all handsets. Selected a handset at random and performed the same dial from directory test I had done just before power down. The thing worked again. Call went through just fine. Tried several other selections in directory with same positive results. Now, if the system just stays stable and working.
Hope this helps..

Posted on Feb 12, 2011

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