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I'm installing a Panasonic 616 EASA Key system and I'm attempting to program it. I've gotten the manual for it. Some of the Program Codes in the manual either don't work or give me a different LCD read-out. I am using a KX-T7030 station phone for the programming. I know that the system needs to be switch to "Program". The book says to switch the KX-T7030 Memory to Program as well, but it does not seem make a difference once the system is switch to Program. The 2 main codes that are not functioning according to the manual are "99" for System Clear or defaulting the system to manufacture's setting. I get the Error beeping sound when entering the 99 code and nothing happens. The other code is "03" for CO Connection Assignments in order to narrow the CO's actually active on the system. The book says "CO CONNECTION" will appear after entering code 03, it does not. I get the following read-out on the LCD: "C..-T.., C..-T..". I have figured out that the -T.. is for the Ex 11-26. Logically the C.. is for the CO lines 1-6, but I don't know what code format is correct for the CO lines. I suspect the system has had it's firmware upgraded and/or programming with the KX-T7030 is the issue. Any help is greatfully appreciated.

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  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    I downloaded a scaned copy of the manufacture's install manual. I also have the Install

  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    I have downloaded a scaned copy of the original manufacture's manual. I also have a copy of the Install & Operation Manual for Added and Changed Features for the "Mark 3" system update. The update stated the codes "99" and "03" have been deleted. My question now is: What code replaced the code 03?

  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    OK, but I don't have the paid version at this time. I need advise on how to work with what I have.

  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    Since I need to work with what I have, can you provide anymore assistance or direction regarding the programming codes?

  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    I believe that that the system I'm working on has the "Mark 3" system update. Program Code "03" has been deleted, what code replaced it. Assuming the system is updated, it could be code "15" for Preferred CO Line Assignment, but I'm not sure.

  • Dean Akin Oct 16, 2010

    This is what I figured and I feel positive that this will be the fix. I will give the programing a try this Monday and let you know how it goes.

  • Dean Akin Oct 17, 2010

    I did miss that part and understand now. Thanks, I'll let you know how it goes tomorrow.

  • Dean Akin Oct 20, 2010

    Hey Carl, this was exactly the fix, but I don't have the option to "accept this solution", What's up with that?

    Anyway, I got the system programmed today, thanks.

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There are 3 versions of the software for the KX-T61610 system, and also a KXT-616D box. The nameplate of the 10 has a revision number in a circle, or not, which would be either circle 2 or circle 3. Since program 03 was deleted (Connect/No Connect) in 3, I'm guessing that's what you have.

Unfortunately, they issued a basic manual and addendums and you have to know which one you have in order to program the box. Your PROGRAM button on the back of a phone doesn't do anything in this case, just the SET/PROGRAM switch on the cabinet. When you set it to PROG, the phone will say Sys Prog ? or something similar. Here's a link to circle 3 software. You'll know even if the plate doesn't have circle 3 because it has a program 44. Also, your 03 program is Console/Telephone for pairing a DSS console to an extension....really useful if you have a 7040 unit :-) http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/KXT-Analog/t61610B_inst.pdf
Please note that there's a FOURTH programming guide, and this is it. The codes and description should be similar, but this is for a European system and there was no doorphone control and they had internal music. The companion R3 codes are found here http://public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/KXT-Analog/R3_program_codes.pdf

Anyway, to ease your Connect/No Connect issue, you program out the vacant lines in 07 and 08.

Hey, I told you it wasn't going to be easy :-)

Carl




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    Carl Navarro Oct 17, 2010

    What was the last line of my post, or didn't you read it through? PROGRAM 07 and 08. You have to deny outgoing access day and night to the missing lines. You could also erase CO x-6 on the phone and it blocks out access because the line has to appear on the phone to use it, but 07/08 is better.

    PLA just gives you the ability to select a different line to make outbound calls. IIRC if you pick, say line 3, and it's busy, you still have to select a line to make a call.

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro Oct 17, 2010

    Somehow, the follow-up response got lost in the shuffle. The last lines of the post gave you instructions...program 07 and 08 need to be changed to delete access to the vacant CO lines or, you could program out the CO buttons on every phone since a phone has to have the line appearing on it to get access. I'd pick the first idea.



    Program 15, PLA, only gives you access to a specific line (like making calls on line 3 first), but IIRC if that line is busy, you still have to select a line to make a call.


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Have you bought the original manual? From where have you arranged the manual?

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    Sebin Punnacheril Oct 16, 2010

    A paid version of manual would have been more helpful in such situations.

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