Question about Panasonic KX-T7736 Corded Phone (KXT7736)
There is. If your question is really "can I do that" then it's a different answer. You need access to installer programming to assign all of the lines into the same ICD group. By default, ICD group 600 is the first ICD group and it has the ability for you to put all members (extensions) into it with either a direct or delayed ring. Putting those phones into an ICD group that's assigned will make the phones blink or ring on an incoming call.
Needless to say, any further programming is beyond the scope of a free forum as it is a dealer function.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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