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Replace your lcd initial screen.

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There is now no ring associated with incoming calls on line 3, but otherwise that line functions for both incoming and outgoing calls


http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/KXTG4500B.PDF

page 80,do this first,

25611223-5sp5orn0xnhdqraxk0v0421v-4-0.png then if you want to reset both phone and base,
clear base unit settings to default,
1 Press {MENU}. 2 Scroll to "Initial setting" by pressing {<} or {>}, then press {ENTER}. 3 Scroll to "Initialize base" by pressing {<} or {>}, then press {ENTER}. 4 Scroll to "Clear settings" by pressing {<} or {>}, then press {ENTER}. L The "Clear settings?" screen is displayed. 5 Press {CLEAR}. L Confirmation tone is heard.

clear handset to default,
Press {MENU}. 2 Scroll to "Initial setting" by pressing {V} or {^}, then press . 3 Scroll to "Initialize HS" by pressing {V} or {^}, then press . 4 Scroll to "Clear settings" by pressing {V} or {^}, then press . L The "Clear settings?" screen is displayed. 5 Press . L Confirmation tone is heard.

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I switched handsets and renamed them, but my calls are still going to my old handset. How do I fix this issue?


You will need to se-register the handsets you are getting rid of...on the base unit go to initial settings-registration-deregister handset. Deregister the handset #'s you are trying to swap (the number is just left of the name on the handset display). Then register the 2 new handsets (on handset: menu-initial settings-regitration) and on base menu #123. Follow instructions on screen to complete registration. This should activate your 2 new hansets and de-commission the old ones.

Sep 25, 2010 | Panasonic KX-TG4500 Phone

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Phone will not dial certian numbers


Kellie is right on with the keypad repair. We have 4 handsets, for about 2 years now, and are very happy with the system. However, the most used phone started giving us fits with the '3' and the 'off' buttons not working. I washed and dried my iPod nano [in the laundry by accident], and was able to take that apart and get it working again so I thought what the heck-lets have a go at this larger Motorola phone handset. I actually did this before I saw Kellie's post, and after getting most of the phone apart, I decided to do a search for hints-when it felt I was about to crack something. After getting the phone apart, and cleaning it with a Q tip and rubbing alcohol it works perfectly. I considered calling Motorola and "demandimg" replacement handsets, but I am happy to be able to fix it myself. Here is what I did:
1] remove the clip- at first you'll think this thing is frickin glued or welded on, but you actually just need to spread the "wings" on the side of the phone outward, and you'll successfully remove tabs "A" from slots "B"
2] remove battery cover and remove battery-should unclip easily
3] remove 2 screws in battery compartment
4] remove the small plate on the back of the top of the phone just abouve the clip you removed. Use a thin screwdriver and pry from the bottom of the panel, as its like a door that will want to "swing up" and out
5] remove the 2 screws you have now exposed-they are the same size and type as the 2 screws you removed from the battery compartment
6] now your nerve will be tested. You need to seperate the phone into 2 halves- a front and back. As you do this, you will think you are gonna crack either the front or back plate in half. If you can trust us, and understand that the rubber "grips" on each side of the phone are the only thing really holding the front and back together you can win this struggle. Its hard to explain, but the rubber grips on each slide have a number of slots, and the front and back halves slide into these grooves snugly and at a 90 degree angle. You could just grab one end of the rubber grip and yank away like its a zipper, but I didn't do this because I didn't want to stretch or tear the rubber and have the phone look like hell after I put it back together. There are also 3 plastic "clips" one on one side and 2 on the other, but these are nothing. Defeat the rubber grips and these 3 little clip things you won't even notice. So take your time, and eventually you should get the front and back halves of the phone apart from each other and the rubber grips.
7] remove the 2 screws holding teh circuit board to the faceplate. The circuit board should come out easily-be careful with the soldered red and black wires to the speaker. When you take circuit board out it will still be tethered to the faceplate by the speaker wires.
8] take Q-tip and rubing alcohol and wipe all copper contacts and backs of rubber buttons like a wild man [wild woman]
9] let dry [a few minutes], put back together in reverse of way you took it apart- little stubby antenna will possibly fall out at some point, just set it back in when you put two halves back together, then enjoy Utopia as your phone will now work like it did when you first took it out of its stupid box !!!! Any questions? post a comment and I will try to answer them good luck, its really pretty easy ! If sexy Kellie can do it so can you !
thanks

Jul 01, 2010 | Panasonic KX-TG1033S Cordless Phone

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How to repormat phone model motorola L7 slvr


1. From the standby screen, select Menu.
2. Select Settings
3. Select Initial Setup
4. Select Master Reset
5. Enter the security code, then select Yes to reset the device. Note: If you haven't changed the code, your default security code should be 000000

This will hard reset and format your phone, so make sure to backup all data if you can beforehand.

Feb 23, 2010 | Motorola Phones

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Changing the voice mail access number.


press menu
arrow down to "Initial setting"
press select
"voice mail" will sow on the screen
press select
"store VM access#" will sow on the screen
press select
edit the number and press save

Dec 20, 2009 | Panasonic KX-TGA630S Cordless Expansion...

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It says i have no signal and my home screen says ''initial programming needed''


you might need a new sim .i would contact your carriers tech support team

Nov 20, 2009 | Phones

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To format nokia n70


switch off ur phone now on it......
Here’s how to hard reset or format your Nokia N70 mobile phone:
1) Switch off your phone
2) Press and hold these 3 keys together:
-green dial key
-the star key(*)
-the number 3 key (Ugh, I wish I had three hands…!!)
3) Power on the phone
Warning: Do not release the keys until you see a formatting screen and even after the phone has started. Wait until the initial sound starts to play and the hand animation is displayed.

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Change initial message on Axxess PBX


By initial message, I assume you are talking about the auto attendant message heard when dialing your main line

To change the message:
1.  Dial the voice mail extension number, then press "*" when you hear the greeting.
2.  Enter the system administrator mailbox number and password.
3.  The system will tell you how full the hard drive is...press "9" to skip and enter the system menu.
4.  Press "3" for the custom recordings.
5.  Then press "1" to record or edit the messages.

You will need to know the recording number of the message you want to change.

Sep 08, 2008 | Inter-Tel Axxess Corded Phone

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Pebl U6 I have a menu at the left of my screen but can't figure out how to remove it. The phone seems to have limited funtions. I owned one before this one and didn't have this problem, would...


show/hide menu icons
Show or hide menu feature icons in the home screen:
menu > Settings > Personalize > Home Screen > Home Keys > Icons > Show or Hide.
change menu icons & home keys
Change menu feature icons, soft key labels, and smart key function in the home screen:
Menu > Settings > Personalize > Home Screen > Home Keys.

external display
Set external display orientation:
Menu > Settings > Initial Setup > External Display > Left Orientation or Right Orientation.
language Set menu language:
Menu > Settings > Initial Setup > Language scroll Set the highlight bar to stop or wrap around in menu lists:
Menu > Settings > Initial Setup > Scroll.
ringer IDs Activate ringer IDs assigned to phonebook entries and categories:
Menu > Settings > Ring Styles > style Detail > Ringer IDs
ring volume a > Settings > Ring Styles > style Detail > Ring Volume.
keypad volume
Menu > Settings > Ring Styles > style Detail > Key Volume.

Mar 30, 2008 | Phones

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