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We have two phones KX-T7731 (Main phone) + KX-T7020 in another office. We talking on phone and another call comes in it use to ring on the spare phone. Now it does not ring until 4th ring and goes right into answering machine. It use to ring on second ring. Is there a way to program phone to ring on second phone after second ring?
System pool is 300 numbers, personal is 20. There are logging and overwrite options in Maintenance programming 9.3 or system program 737 and 738. Then you program buttons for CID-Select and CID-Indication for either personal, system or both. (2 buttons per feature).
To what, for what? The buttons can be used to dial inside or outside numbers. They're programmed by pressing PROGRAM, the button, and dialing a sequence. If the call is outside, that sequence includes an "access code" usually "9" then STORE.
A 7731 phone will function on any one of 18 or so different Panasonic system cabinets. Now, which "user guide" are you looking at? SYSTEM speed dial is set from the first extension or the maintanance console of the phone system. PERSONAL FEATURE (speed dials on the right side of the phone) are pretty much universally programmed by PROGRAM button, 9+ number STORE.
The phone you have (KX-T7730) requires a phone system to operate. This phone can be installed on a few different Panasonic phone systems. You need a "programming" manual for the phone system to do what you want (not a user guide) so you will first need to determine which system you have. Look for a part number on the system itself, it should start with "KXT" just like the phone.