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PITS - PGM No? - Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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    Carl Navarro Nov 09, 2010

    I see the question mark, where's the question?

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SOURCE: When I try to make a call with my Panasonic

That depends on what you have the phone connected to. There's a switch on the base that referrs to EMSS. It's a dual Panasonic SYSTEM phone or Single line cordless. The PITS-PGM NO? means you've pressed the PROGRAM button in the EMSS mode.

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Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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SOURCE: When pressing the program button

If you're doing it from the proper phone and it's a TA series, press 0. What does the display say now?

Dial 2 digits for year month day, day of week (0 being Monday) hh:mm: and 0 for AM or 1 for PM and STORE. So, in my U.S. based box I'd dial 101015506401 STORE

Carl

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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When pressing the program button the display reads "PITS-PGM NO?" I'm just simply trying to set the date and time.


If you're doing it from the proper phone and it's a TA series, press 0. What does the display say now?

Dial 2 digits for year month day, day of week (0 being Monday) hh:mm: and 0 for AM or 1 for PM and STORE. So, in my U.S. based box I'd dial 101015506401 STORE

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When I try to make a call with my Panasonic kx-td7895w cordless phone, it says in the display "PITS-PGM NO?" What does that mean??


That depends on what you have the phone connected to. There's a switch on the base that referrs to EMSS. It's a dual Panasonic SYSTEM phone or Single line cordless. The PITS-PGM NO? means you've pressed the PROGRAM button in the EMSS mode.

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If by ID you mean name, it's done in SYSTEM programming. That location changes by system model number, but usually it's in either 004 or 604.

If you mean something else, please comment back.

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Panasonic KX-T7730 - changing time display


Following are the steps:-

PRESS: - PROGRAM (PITS PGM NO. APPEAR)
- *#1234
- 000
- Speaker (Date/Time will appear on the screen & blink
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Once finish with the above - Press "STORE" button
Then lift handset and replace

MT



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Need help clearing and programming in new speed dials


I actually found the "Installation Manual" to accomplish this. Switch the button on the top front of the phone to "Program". Then the screen will show a "PITS-PGM NO?" display. Type in "*" then "#" and it will ask you for the "PASSWORD". Type in your 4 digit password, the default one is "1 2 3 4". When you enter it in correctly, it will display "SYS-PGM NO?". This is where you can enter in the "number" associated with the task you are trying to perform. For speed dials, it was 001. For date and time it was 000. Using certain buttons on the phone you then navigate accordingly. Hope this helps!

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Press PROG press a speed dial button (ie 13-24) dial 9 plus the number press STORE

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Changing the time on the KX T7735


To set time on KX-T7735:

Press (Program)
at "PITS-PGM NO?" press * then # then enter your password default "1234"
at "SYS-PGM NO?" press 000
at "Day/Time Set" press (SP-PHONE)
date is displayed on bottom with year flashing, enter year on keypad "09" for 2009/
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press right arrow, then enter date on keypad.
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press right arrow, then enter the hour.
press right arrow, then enter minutes.
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press (AUTO DIAL)/(STORE) to save the date and time.

and you're done =D

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Changing date on Panasonic KX-T7731


If it is displaying "101:" that is your extension. You can press the * key (with phone on the hook) to scroll your display through date and time formats and to display your extension.

When it says "PITS-PGM NO" you will need to press one of the buttons on the numerical key pad to choose a function to change.

Hope this helps!

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