Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
Phone out is panasonic KXNT560; phone trying to connect panasonic KX-NT543; power was out but back on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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with a handset on hook...press PROGRAM and press 3 (number 3 button) this should give you a choice of which extention you want the phone to ring.. ie 1or 2 or three... Then finally press STORE
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
From the main phone, press PROG **1234 and dial 004. Press ENTER 2 times (watch out, it moves on the display) and you will be looking at 101 : OPERATOR if it's still unprogrammed. Keep pressing NEXT until you get to the one you want to change and use a combination of the keypad and the AUTO ANS button to spell out the new name. The STORE button saves it, the right arrow and clear button step back and forth on the line you're entering.
You can pick up the handset and drop it back into the cradle when you're done to exit.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Do you need the default lock code because you already did this, or is it locked and you can't unlock it?
This is probably close, but in the American version it's 77 lock lock # to set and 77 lock # to release, where lock is a 4 digit number.
The System manager can release all locks from their phone. You'll have to make arrangements with an "engineer" to get those codes.
Carl (working on Br terms)
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Assuming that the 74xx phone is connected to a Panasonic TD system, the only code is dialing 701 on the intercom, or pressing the MESSAGE button and dialing the 3 digit extension. You can't set your own MW, so you need to do it from another phone to your extension to test it. It also has to be the hardware number ie 101-116 or 132 and not Phantom numbers.
Your 74xx phone could be connected to a TDA or the numbering plan may have been changed, but those are obscure situations.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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