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I have a panasonic phone system in the office a night switch was delegated to the phone. I have been away for 2 years and cannot remember how to use it. The red light on the top of the phone system is always on. i thought it only went on when night switch was on? How do I use this so I can get messages to record once again? thanks :)

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The red light means you have a message. Press the MESSAGE button and look at the display. A soft key will let you call or delete the extension that left the message. After they're all gone, the red light will go out.

Carl

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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We cannot get our KX-T7730 out of night mode. When in day mode all phones in office ring when it should only be 2 that ring


It depends on the phone system. 78x commands force the system into different modes. 781 is usually day, 782 night. It may have to be dialed from extension 101 or maybe it can be dialed from any phone. YMMV. I guess when a phone fits on 18 different phone systems you get answers like this LOL

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How do you switch out of night mode on the panasonic KX-T7630 phone ?


It may work on all phones, but from the main phone on the intercom dial *780x where x = 0/1/2/3 for Day/Night/Lunch/Break.

It can be programmed to work from any phones in the sysetm by class of service.

Carl

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The volume on the handsets whether on sphone or not is very very low. No-one in the office can hear the other parties speaking well enough We have 4 handsets and the are all the same Volume controls are...


As a service tech, I'd do the following:

Is it on all lines? If it is, try a REGULAR phone on the outside lines and see if you can hear. If not, swap lines at the phone system (marked CO 1,2,3 etc).

If you have low volume on only line 1 and it moves to line 2 when you swap them, call the dial tone provider. If it stays in the first slot and line 2 is now loud, you may have an issue (rare) with the phone system, call your system repair technician or remap all the buttons on each set, dropping the bad line port.

In these cases, 9 times out of 10 it will be with the dial tone provider. Distance from the central office, or other factors usually affect the transmission levels. We have that a lot in rural areas, like my home office that's 9 miles away from the C.O. and 4 miles from the remote switching station. In my case, VoIP and a cable modem was my friend.

Carl




Sep 17, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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How do you cancel night mode on the KX T7630? Or


If it's enabled on your phone, on the intercom dial *7800 That puts the system in DAYS. *7801 puts it in NIGHT. By default extension 101 or the main phone has access to it. We turn it on for everybody in most offices by Class of Service options.

Carl

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For both of you, the answer isn't easy....unless it's already set up in the sytsem and you just have to dial the magic number :-)

Depending on how it was installed, the Pana TD system has either automatic or manual switching to DAY/NIGHT mode. If your NIGHT program is set up to send calls to voice mail, you can just put the system in nights by dialing 781 on the intercom, and I think in a TD you can do that from any phone. 780 returns it to days. IIRC the * button on a idle display phone will tell you what mode the system is in, as well as when you dial the 78x codes, it will beep once if it changes or twice if it was already in that mode.

If none of this works, or you already have Auto D/N switching set up and it doesn't or never worked, it's going to require some system programming. Your friendly Pana installer will be happy to do that for you.

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Your system has 3 modes of operation, day, night, and lunch. Lunch doesn't have to be a specific time, and you could manually switch between the 3 modes. Most small customers don't even use NIGHT mode, except to control the voice mail system.

Full programming instructions are beyond the scope of the free forum, but in section 3.1 of the programming tool, you set the mode of the trunks for day/night/lunch. No matter what the status of the auto switching to day/night mode, you can still manually switch to lunch by dialing 782 from any phone, and manually switch back to day/night mode (780/781) to turn DISA mode on or off.

Now, you still can have different OGM's for day and night that will automatically work, and manually use the lunch to control the applicaion of DISA. Even if the receptionist steps away from the desk, you can go into 3.2 and turn on some delayed ringing, or anyone can put the system back in day or night mode.

Carl

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Switching phone to night mode on dfferent number


If you can dial *7801 on the intercom from your phone and it puts the system in night mode, then you can program a button to do the same. It would be better if you go to the original phone where the buttons worked and read them (PROG press the button and write down what it says).

Now go to your phone, press PROG the same button and dial the code you wrote down. In the simplest, you put 593 ENTER for DAY/NIGHT. Then PROG to exit. If you want more options, then 59x can be 0 for DAY/NIGHT/LUNCH/BREAK 1 for D/N/B 2 for D/N/L.

Every time you press the button, it will toggle to a different setting and the display will show it.

Carl

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Night switching for KX-T7630


You have 4 different modes of calling available to be programmed: DAY NIGHT BREAK and LUNCH. Your installer has to set up the ICD groups, but you can create a LUNCH group which looks like the day mode but rings all phones. The codes are accessed by dialing on the intercom *780x where 0 is day 1 is night 2 is lunch and 3 is break.

You may use the NIGHT mode in the daytime, but if you have voice mail, it will play the night greeting instead of a day greeting.

Carl


Sep 09, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Here is the instructions The full manual can be found here.

http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Phones-Fax/Business-Home-Systems/System-Phones/Digital-Hybrid-IP-PBX-Phones/model.KX-T7633


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