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Panasonic CID Caller

I have lost my instructions for programming frequently used numbers into the phone.

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SOURCE: Caller ID does not work


What I did was UNPLUG the base's power unit from the wall... waiting about one minute, and plugged it back in.  That caused it to "reboot" the entire system, and the CID now shows itself.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic KX-TG6051M 5.8 GHz -Caller ID view problem

I have a panasonic KX-TG6051CM 5.8 phone with 3 handsets. After less than a year 2 of the 3 handsets developed the same problem, almost in the same time ( a couples of hours apart). The battery indicator shows low battery and is charging continuously even though the battery is fully charged ( when i swap the battery with my 3rd handset, the battery indicator shows fully charged and works fine ). The handsets were never dropped, never used in a moisture ladden environment ( like bathroom ) and when not in use they were kept in the charger. Any help or suggestions will be much appreciated.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

SOURCE: panasonic kx-tg6051b instruction manual

It is my understanding that the "b" on the model name only stands for black. I searched for your model with out it and found this link for the manual as a PDF. Hope this helps. Daryl

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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SOURCE: RCA model 25423/24

You have all probably figured this out, but for future searchers, this model does not support caller ID, which is very annoying. The next highest model, the 25423 does.

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Panasonic KX-TCA132E

I have a panasonic KX-TCA132Ehandset, have managed unknowling turned the ringer off and now can't turn it on again, please help?

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I installed a caller id card in my kx-ta624 panasonic system in my home. The manual I have describes kx-t7030 phones with a caller id indication button but my phones kx-t7730 do not have a button and so I...

You get to program it :-)

In the User's manual section 2-2 there's an alpabetic index for Caller-ID. It requires 2 buttons, a CID-Indicator and a CID-Select button. We usually put them as the top 2 buttons in a 773x series phone, but you'll have to pick 2 adjacent or similar CO buttons. You label them CID-I and CID-S. Then you program them for either 96 and 97 or 6 and 7. You also have to tell the programming that you are setting up the common CID if you use 96&7.


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It also requires some programming. If you post your model number, I might have a CID card if yours is missing.


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I have lost my instructions for programming frequently used numbers into the phone.

Above is your instruction book,moved down the page till you get to "product details".There you can download your manual.

Hope i`ve helped

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It also needs some programming on the part of the PBX, so you should probably check to see if it was purchased.


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