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My ten year old phones have not worked for years. I have two Panasonic KX-T7885 cordless phones programmed into my Panasonic D1232 digital phone system. I think the problem is the old batteries that can be replaced. Is this likely the problem or possibly something else?

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I have 2 Panasonic wireless phones ModelKX-T7885 and a panasonic PBX. One wireless phone will not display F1 thruF4 lines; it displays F9 thru F 12 only depspite reprogramming the unit to default settings....


Hello, Peter.

Try resetting your modem / router that provides the connectivity.

Then, if necessary, re-power (Off and leave for 10 minutes, then On) your phones.

Hope this helps.

Sep 15, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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Phones won't charge


hi,
have tested the charger if it is working?
if you test the charger with another phone and is working perfectly then the charging port of your phone is bad.
the charging port is the port where you insert the charger.
try and get a new charging port and replace with the bad one, the phone will charge.
thanks for using fixya.

Jun 06, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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Can not get kx-t7885 to get a dial tone. The phone is paired with it's base, and will get the panasonic dial tone but not an outside line.


How are you trying to get an outside line? By dialing 9? If the host system happens to be a TA series, you have to tell it how many lines you have, or that you don't have lines that have hardware ports but no dial tone, since systems select outside lines from the top down.

From System programming, program 400 defines connected lines.

Carl

Nov 22, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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I have a cordless KX-T7885 and can't get the battery to charge. i replaced the batteries and both phones but they both will not work. They sat for two years and I have just recently tried to use them. They...


If you have a multi-tester, check the voltage on the battery packs. The voltage should be equal to or greater than the voltage listed on the battery pack. If the voltage on the packs is too low, either the battery packs are defective or the charging systems of the phones are not operating properly. If the phones are not charging properly, it is likely not cost effective to try to get it repaired.

Oct 10, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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Finding replacement battery kx-a276


Take the battery out and take it to Walmart or Radio Shack. A lot of times you won't find that exact model number but the batteries they sell are exactly the same.

The Number kx-a276 is just the Panasonic model number for a battery many other phones use. On the back of the battery package replacement you should see "kx-a276" listed.

Hope this helps!

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Jun 01, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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How many stations can a Panasonic D1232 support?


If it says D1232 on the box, it's a TD-1232. Look at the black and silver tag on the side of the KSU, IIRC the TD-1232's tag is on the lower right outside above the power cord. Three is a TA-1232 a TD-1232, and a 123210/11. Only the TD is digital (uses 72xx/74xx phones).

As far as SYSTEM phones, the TA/TD 1232 come out of the box as 8x16 devices and you add cards to expand it. These cards have -70 part numbers and are fairly difficult to find. (I think I have one or two on my shelf). If you really have a 123211, it also expands by using cards, that fit vertically in the card file with an AMP connector plugged into its face. Those are easier to find, the risk there is when you turn off the system to install them, it sometimes forgets to power back up.

Lastly, if you really have a TD with digital phones, there is an ANALOG port on the back of each digital phone that can be wired for seperate extensions (by default it's 100 more than the digital extension). You can add single line devices in those ports.(Some restrictions apply :-). For two quick phones, you might go that route.

Carl

Feb 28, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7453 Corded Phone

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I can't make a call more then 6 digits on our PBX D1232 pls help


You obviously need to change the system programming to allow you to dial more than 6 digits. If you are not the system administrator, then talk to him/her.

Feb 24, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7453 Corded Phone

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Expanding phone system


We have existing Ativa Model # D5772 & just purchased a 2nd model How do we connect the 2 systems?

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KX-T7885 need to program to work with a KX-TG2000B


No, it cannot. Not even close. You are stuck with the KX-TGA200b, KX-TGA400b, KX-TGA420b

Sep 24, 2007 | Panasonic KX-T7885 Cordless Phone

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