Question about Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone
As was pointed out to me, you could take a screwdriver and pry the 0 key off the tone pads :-)
Panasonic systems restrict calls by tables called Toll Restriction (TRS). It's a complete section in the installation and programming manual. It involves setting tables, usually in the 302-306 area, then picking a class of service for the phone that acts on the numbers dialed.
In the simplest systems, the TA series, you have 20 restrictions per class 2-5 and one 80 entry exception table. It's a little tricky to set up in that a COS-2 extension has all the restrictions in COS-2 tables, but a COS-5 extension has all the restrictions in COS-2,3,4, and 5 :-)
Your Pana installer can do this fairly quickly, but if you plan on doing it yourself, please read the TRS examples carefully.
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