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Re: one touch dailing or something
You are correct that the manual is "really ugly." We do not even provide them to our customers because they are so difficult to understand for typical end users.
You can program unused buttons as One-Touch Dial (for phone numbers or feature codes) or Direct Station Select/Busy Lamp Field buttons (DSS for short) to monitor the status of a specific extension and to call that extension directly.
Press PROG and select the button you want to use. Press 1 to make it a DSS button or 2 to put a phone number in it. Then dial what you want the button to monitor or dial and press AUTO DIAL/STORE.
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A 7730 phone is very stupid. The "smarts" are in the system cabinet and each one is different. In a TA series box (624/824) there are "lock" codes that are programmed in system programming. The sequence depends on who did the locking in the first place, and it's beyond the sequence of a free forum to post the solution.
Try searching for a programming manual for your system and check out the Features manual under restrictions (3xx comes to mind). Once you understand the philosophy of Pana restrictions and permissions, you'll be able to see what you have and how to change it.
A 7730 is a Panasonic system phone. It requires a Pana system to operate, so I'm confused as to what you're asking. If the phone call is INTO a 7730 phone and you want it to a phone on the DVG, you will need something to transport it, like an FXO circuit tied to the Panasonic's station ports. If the phone call is FROM the DVG and you want to answer it on a 7730, you plug the FXS ports into the CO ports of the Pana Key Service Unit that the 7730 is plugged into.
A lot depends on where you're trying to store these numbers and how you get an outside line. In my system, I dial "9" on the intercom and it gives me any available outside line. Also, IIRC a 7453 has 24 buttons with LED's on them. So, the Pana trick is the digit "2". Try this: PROGRAM 99, touch a button with an LED, and dial 2 + 9 + your number and STORE. The "2" tells the system to use the button as a "one touch" button. In other phones, the "F" buttons (ones without lights) already assume the "2" so it's programmed with just the access code "9" and the number.
When you install the software, there are drivers that have to be installed. Those drivers don't exactly work on Vista or 7 since Pana has issued a new set of drivers. Try reinstalling the software (repair function) and see if the drivers reinstall.
If that doesn't work, and you are in the US, the bts dealer site (you have to register) has them.
I've got KX-TGA351BX phone. It was in use for 2 years but due to relocation it was out of use for almost a month. One fine day I tried to re-install it and found ''Dial Lock''. Unable to make outgoing calls but can receive incoming calls. Can anyone let me know how to open the lock (I forgot the old password)?
sounds like the phone line having a problem.
remove all of the wireless phone and replace with a known good old fashion phone (if you still have one). if the line is good then reattached each wireless one at a time.
if the phone line still will not let you dial out or receive call, then you need to call your local phone company, have them check out the line.