There are two buttons that are not working on the switchboard. I recently changed the extensions around by using the 170 code and now two off the buttons are dead buttons. Are there any suggestions? Thanks.
You need to go into programming use mmc 722 . Type the ext # you are having a problem with and the press the btn that is not working. If it says none , you have to program it for what you want it to do. (i.e. ds for direct stn select)
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This has to be done on Ext 101, or whichever phone is the programming phone. Press program *#1234. Then enter in 004. Press Speakerphone. It should be asking for a jack number. You can press speakerphone again to go to the first ext. Spell out the name using the keypad (2 is A, B and C and so on). When done press the autodial/store button. Then you can press speakerphone to go to the next phone. To get out of programming just pick up and hang up your phone or press the program button.
if you follow the the video I have posted you should be able to tag inbound DDIs, the phone used is the new 14 btn samsung handset, the soft buttons an a 12 btn handset are down the side but apart from that the softkeys are the same. go to http://www.abbeytelecom.com for more of these.
The 12 buttons on the right can be used for personal speed dial numbers and features like paging. They are programmed by pressing PROGRAM dialing codes and STORE. An outside call would use an "access code" usually "9" plus the number. Paging is 330.
The 12 left side buttons are very valuable as they have lights. You can store lines, extensions, and features that require lighted buttons, such as CID Indication or VM functions. They are programmed by PROGRAM the button a code the feature and STORE. For example, lines are programmed with 0 + line Extensions with 1 + ext and CID Indication System with 96 or the 9x voice mail commands.
Your OM or User's manual has a section on flexible button assignment with the codes and buttons required to do the programming. In my TA-824 200-OM it's in section 3.1.3.
There is system and personal speed dials. System is programmed from the main phone and is dialed by using the AUTODIAL button and dialing a 2 or 3 digit code, depending on which system the 7730 is connected to. The other is PERSONAL speed dial, programmed on the 12 buttons on the right side of the phone. Those are programmed at each phone by using PROGRAM pressing the button and dialing an access code (usually 9) and the number then STORE.
If you need 8x30, you start with a minimum of TDA-100. It grows to 96 ports and you would start with 8 lines and 32 digital ports.
Your phones become KXT-7633's, not the 7731's. On this side of the pond, it costs about $20 more per phone, but you gain the use of 12 extra buttons, 3 line display, and more features.
The side buttons is programmed as extensions To change the extension names follow these steps :
If you are using the KX-T7730 phone on a Panasonic KX-Txx 308 or 824 system. From the Switchboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook : 1. Press PROGRAM * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). 2. Now press 604 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the jack number you wish to change ( 01 is extension 101, 02 is extension 102 etc. ). 3. Enter the name ( basically the same as texting on a cellphone ). Press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your change. 4. To go to the next extension press SP-PHONE. Don’t forget to press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your change after each name entered. 5. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode and you are done.
By default a TDA user has access to the first 9 programs in the Basic Programming (000-009). It lets you set things like date and time, speed calls, extension name, number and PIN code, and operator extensions.
Access to the programming is from an allowed phone by PROG **1234. You may have to consult your installer/dealer to find out which phone does that, but generally it's the operator.