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I have a panasonic tg5243 phone system and all of a sudden it does not ring

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only 1 handset rings because in default only one extension is allocated as the operator -
you will nedd to enter system programming PROG * # 1234 AND SCROLL THROUGH PROGRAMMING
you will have to find -
group (enter the member you want to ring)
then aim DDI number at this group
or if analogue line then DIL to point to this group

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A TA-824 comes with 4 manuals. One of them is the Programming Manual (PM) http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/TA-824/300_TA_PM_07-04.pdf and in it there is a description of how to program the system and set up incoming ringing in system programs 408-410 (pdf page 40)

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Posted on Mar 11, 2011

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1. Dial your phone number using a touch tone phone.
2 After the greeting message enter your 2 digit remote code.
3. Follow the voice instructions.
4. When finished hang up.

The default remote code is 11
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We have a Panasonic KX-T4030 in one of our offices. We're trying to figure out how to have it NOT ring unless a call is being put through. As of now, it rings everytime the reception phone rings. Is it...


The 7030 is connected to something Panasonic. Guessing it's a TA-624 but it doesn't matter. You need to find a manual for the KSU. Ringing is usually programmed in SYSTEM programming from a phone connected to the first jack in the system.

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Hello, I'm trying to turn the ringer off some of the phones at my work. We have panasonic kx-t7630 phones. Are you able to help me please?


When you bought the phone system, it was either installed by a professional installer, or you got some sort of instructions. A Panasonic phone system of the TDA/TDE/NCP type rings phones by Incoming Call Distribution Groups (ICD). The main group is 1 and usually is numbered 601. Extensions are members of an ICD group(s) and the number of rings can be programmed for No Ring, Immediate ring, or delayed rings of 1-6.

You can turn off the ringing, but keep in mind that CallerID only displays on a ringing phone or after you answer it. So, if you somehow have access to program 620 and 621, then you can change it from a phone, if not, you'll need access to the maintenance console of your particular phone system.

I don't wish navigating in 620/621 from a phone on my worst enemy and it's beyond the scope of a free forum to instruct you on how it works. I suggest you call your Panasonic service tech.

Carl



Sep 16, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Hi I have panasonic kx-t7730 and I have a problem. We have two lines but only rings on switchboard. We also Use cordless panasonic phone but it does not ring unles i transfer to it. I have already done...


In a TA series, the ringing is programmed in system programs 408-410. You go to the main phone, enter system programming, and select those options and turn on ringing per line and per extension.

Carl

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I use Panasonic Kx-T7730 as a propitiatory telephone. When someone calls from outside, All phones on the network ring. It had to ring only on the proprietary telephone.


The 7730 plugs into a Panasonic phone system. That system (KXTA, KXTD, KXT-something) has programming. Each system has a manual or set of manuals to program system ringing. Comment back or search the internet or your files for that manual and it can be reprogrammed.

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Two phonelines no longer accessible. Using Panasonic KX-T7730 with a Panasonic KX-TES824 system. Lines were working fine and have now disappeared. They don't ring in and I can't ring out on them. ...


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 :-)

Carl

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My phone went off!


No battery. This phone is connected directly to a Panasonic phone system and receives all the power from the system. Most likely the line cord is loose or defective but you could have a wiring problem (mouse ate your wire etc..) the phone could have broken, or the port on your system could be bad.

To eliminate the phone itself, just swap it around with other phones on the system.

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This phone you have is on a Panasonic DBS phone system. The phone system can be programmed to have any combinations of telephones ring under different circumstances. If you can swap phones around (with another known working phone) and the phone at that location still does not ring then it is definitely in the programming for that location not to ring. The phone system would have to be programmed. In that case you would need to get someone (phone system installation company) familiar with the system you have to re-program it. A phone system Programming manual would be required (not a user guide).

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Phone dead. no ring no dialer tone


This phone is made to work on a Panasonic phone system. Are you connecting it to a Panasonic phone system or just a normal phone line?

 

If you do not have a Panasonic phone system I doubt this phone will do anything (just as you describe) If you do have a Panasonic system do you have other phones that start with KX-T7??? on the system and have you tried this phone in one of the ports another phone is currently working on?

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