Issue with connecting my provider lines to my phone system
I have a KX-TAW848, I changed providers and I wanted to do the phones myself to save the money. I am not able to connect the lines to my phone system. When the phone system was first installed it costed me 1200.00. I am trying but no luck yet.
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The KX-T7433 isn't an answering machine. If the voicemails are going to an answering machine you have on the phone line, consult its manual. If the voicemails are going on to your telephone service provider's system, look for instructions in the phonebook, or contact the provider.
The KX-TGA560 isn't an answering machine. If you have a separate answering machine connected to your phone line, please consult its documentation. If you're subscribed to a voicemail system provided by your telephone company, please contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
Actually, you have a 7030 PHONE. The system it's connected to could be anything from a KXT-61610, 123211, TA-624/824, TAW848 or any of the other Panasonic systems.
If you happen to be connected to a TA series box, try dialing 710# on the intercom. It will cancel DO NOT DISTURB. (714# sets it). In passing, the # can also be replaced with 0, so a sequence dialed on the intercom that starts 7140 would have set it).
best to call your local panasonic dealer/serviceman... unless you happen to have all the required tools (electrician scissors, cross connect wire, punch tool, test set) and have the technical know how to connect the line to your phone system, then after that you still would need to program your system to use the line
If you are using the KX-T7730 phone on a Panasonic KX-Txx 308 or 824 system. From the Switchboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook : 1. Press PROGRAM * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). 2. Now press 400 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the line number you wish to change. ( In your case 2) 3. Press AUTO ANS / MUTE to change between Connect and Not Connect. 4. Press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your changes. 5. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode and you are done.
7730 phones tend to be installed on TA series phone systems, which have TVA or TVS voice mail systems on it. The VM comes from the FWD button being set to forward calls to ext 107 or 115. Is that the voice mail you want to remove? That's cancelled by dialing 7100 on the intercom.
Your voice mail could also be coming from the central office. That's where you dial a phone number or press the MESSAGE and blinking CO button to retrieve it. That's removed by the telco.
If your phrase "get the voice mail off my phone" actually means retrieve your mesages, that should be able to be done by selecting the intercom and pressing the MESSAGES button. You may need a password or to follow the tutorial if you've never set up the mailbox. Panasonic sysgtems still take messages on new mailboxes but you have to set it up before you can get them :-)
A word of caution, the 7730 phones work on any of 18 or so Panasonic systems. It was made during the TA-624/824 TAW848 era for analog systems, but most Pana phones are backward and forward compatible.
The solution provided here is for the TA 624/824 systems.
This is most likely a service provider issue. If these are analog lines, take a regular phone, not a Panasonic system phone, and plug it into wherever the CO1 CO2 CO3 lines go into the cabinet. If they work there, you have a system fault (not likely). If they don't you have a line problem.
Make sure that you plug the phone into the lines coming in, not into the cabinet :-)
This is a phone system phone. What you are looking for would be a feature of your voice mail that is connected to the phone system.
"Handsfree Speakerphone- 3-Line Back Lit display and 24-Line Keys. Compatible with KXTDA200 and KXTDA100 Systems. "
Sounds like you either have a KX-TDA200 or KX-TDA100 phone system. Usually voice mail is an optional feature and has a separate part number. You could also have voice mail service through your phone service provider (like Verizon)
Do you have any user guides for your voice mail or one for your phone that covers voice mail features?
If not, the first step is to find out for sure what you have for a voice mail. If you have a working message waiting light on the phone it would be an in-house voice mail connected to the system.