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Hi,I have a quad set of Panasonic phones KX-TGA80SE, one of the phones does not ring or have a dial tone, have tried everything in manual and Googled it but still not working. I don't seem to be able to buy a single replacement phone, what other phones are compatible with my system.

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    Tim Dec 12, 2014

    Sorted, spoke to Panasonic, replacement phone on it's way.

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Call Panasonic or go to their web site talk live with a representative

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SOURCE: change the ring tone of Panasonic KX-T7730

I think it can be done. Just exchange the phone for a 7633 and change out the TA for a TDA-50.

Piece of cake.

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SOURCE: How to change the incomming ring tone on panasonic kx-t7630

Oh hell... you must be going nuts if its the ring tone I think you're stuck with. I loath the manual that comes with this system so here it is in English:

  • Press 'Prog'
  • Press 'Intercom' twice
  • Now you can either go through the different ring tones by pressing 'SEL' on the LCD screen or using the Up and Down keys on the circular pad on the bottom right of the phone.
  • Once you have the tone you like click on 'Enter'
  • Pick up handset and hangup to complete the process.

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Is there an 'M' on the display? If so, that means it is in 'meeting mode.' All you have to do is press and hold the star key (*) and that will take care of it.

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