Question about Phones
The FWD/DND button is lighting and we don´t know how to do for desactiving this.
SOURCE: FWD/DND - PANASONIC KX-T7130
Don't laugh. Push the button and read the display. It will either unset DND or CF :-).
The 7100 command is part of the sequence to cancel those features on most phone systems and 790 or 79# will reset the extension. Of course it may be different if you have a TDA or TAW box (*7100) or a KX-T xxx10 system.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Outgonig calls and the FWD/DND button are not realted. Walk up to the phone and dial 790 on the intercom. That should reset everything.
Now, try that calling out and see what it's doing. If you can dial "9" from the intercom and get an outside line, start dialing a number and see if it fails. Watch the display at all times. If it is still broken, post back.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
I think you can press FWD and dial 0 to reset. If that doesn't work, try dialing 700+ your extension on the intercom. That should always work, no matter what system the phone is connected to.
Of course, if neither one works, please post back the model number of your SYSTEM cabinet (the white box in a closet, electrical room, back office, etc.).
Posted on May 26, 2010
I'm guessing that you didn't mention that the phone doesn't work, it must be in FWD mode. You can cancel CF, or get someone to go into 990 area 9 bit 3&4 and reverse the bits so it will be solid on FWD and flashing on DND.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
Somewhere in your user's manual you will have code instructiohns for CALL FORWARD. It starts with 71. In a TA series it's 711+ext+#. In a TD 710x+ext+#. The conditions vary, and the TA has very limited forwarding codes 1/2/3
In a TA you can also press the FWD button and dial 1+ext+#.Your other choice is 2.
Both of those are done while listening to intercom dial tone.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
SOURCE: panasonic KX-17730 no sound it
A 7730 phone is an analog Panasonic system phone. It requires 4 wires to make it work, the voice is on the inner pair and the data on the outer pair of a 4-pin cable. Try moving the phone directly to the system cabinet and plugging it in there. The ports on the cabinet marked Jack 01, 02 etc usually are extensions 101, 102 etc. If the phone works there (make sure you're using a 4-pin base cord) then you have a wiring problem. If it doesn't work, fix the phone.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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