Question about Panasonic KX-T7453 Corded Phone
Your phones are connected to a Panasonic phone system. The system does not look like a phone at all. Each of your phones has it's own set of wires going to the brain. The system is what holds all the programming, you could have one of many different systems and they all program differently. So, first you need to find out which system it is. Most likely the part number starts with KX-T..... just like your phones but it's not guaranteed.
Some systems do need to be programmed from the operators extension (typically the lowest number extension on your system)
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
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