4 phones on a boat,model # KX-T7030
No Dial Tone
Is there a transformer to this system?
How do you know which phone is the base station?
We have dial tone at the dock and new cable from dock to boat.
Phones worked perfect in Mass....now in Ft. Lauderdale, no dial tone!!
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Re: 4 phones on a boat,model # KX-T7030 No Dial Tone
Pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/.../Panasonic%20KX-T7030%20Reference%20Manual.pdf - Above is a user manual, below is your reference manual. http://www.scribd.com/mobile/documents/8790207 below is the circuit diagrams. http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/4832/Panasonic_KX-T7030.html
These phones all operate across pairs of wires. Usually the phones plug into a main box called a EMSS, (Electronic Modular Switching System) It has to be set up first, sort of "Programmed" before it will all work together. You need to also obtain the information on the EMSS unit, as this is the "Brains" of it all. The EMSS unit has a power connection, the phones generally do not. There must be wiring from the EMSS module out to each phone.
Once you sort that out, the phones should all simply work, when connected.
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A TD system is a DIGITAL phone system and the 7730 phones are ANALOG. I don't know what X means, but I guess they're not from the US :-). Anyway, the ANALOG phones need 4 wires to work, instead of the 2 that the digital phones have. If your installer was lazy and didn't cross-connect 4 wires at the frame or put in 4 bridge clips on each jumper, then you don't have a voice path. Or, XDP is turned on and you'll have a bit of a problem.
If you have an IM and a PM for the TD system, you can find the wiring diagram and the instructions to read the XDP status. Quick answer is the first 2 of every 3 pairs will run to your phone. If you start with a digital phone in the port first, turn on XDP and plug a single line set into the XDP port, you will get dial tone (may have to dial 390 or 391 to enable/disable the XDP twinning) and that dial done will be different from the digital phone. If you don't get dial tone, your first pair wiring is missing. Fix that, turn off XDP and you 77xx series phone will now work in the port.
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.
If it dials O.K., try pressing # and see if it turns on the DTMF pad. You could have pulse dial on outside calls enabled, and that would keep the keypad in pulse mode until it's told to send tones.
This is really only a guess. The type of dialing is programmed in CO trunks and it's possible it's been set to Call Blocking! It is designed to send pulse only and block the audio of DTMF so the CO won't get confused. You might start with changing the Type Dial to DTMF and test. If that doesn't work, try Pulse and test. Last, if that doesn't work, you will need to keep call blocking and try the # after dialing.
Please comment back if it does or doesn't work. We don't see much pulse dial around here.
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.
Here's what the manual says:
Changing the Dial Mode (Tone or Pulse Dialing)
Your phone can communicate with the telephone network in two different
ways: tone dialing or pulse dialing. These days, most phone networks use a
method called tone dialing, so your phone comes programmed for tone dialing.
If your phone company uses pulse dialing, you need to change your phone's
dial mode. If you don't get a dial tone or can't connect to the telephone
network, follow the steps below to modify your phone?s settings:
With the phone in standby, press and hold [cid/menu].
Press [vol/ / ] to move the pointer to select DIAL.
Press [select/channel] to set the phone to pulse dialing.
Return the handset to the base. The handset communicates the new
setting to the base, and the base activates the setting on any other
Hope this helps out.
I beleive you are referring to a phone which is part of a PBX system or Key-system (sounds more like a Panasonic PBX system). If so, this is a system program that has gone "bonkers". You may need to re-program the automatic outside line dial tone on the system for the specific phone you are referring to.