Question about Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone
BackGround Music on an idle phone, if it's allowed, pressing 1 turns the BGM on and off.
Ringing comes from the ringer switch on the left side of the phone and system programming.
System programming is usually done from a display phone at extension 101 (or 11) and involves programs in the 400's for ringing (408-410 on a TA box).
You transfer a call in a couple of different ways, one is by pressing TRANSFER and dialing the extension, one is by putting the call on HOLD and calling them on the intercom to a specific line, and the 3rd is by just pressing the preprogrammed DSS button, fairly problematic in a phone that only has 12 buttons with lights.
The 7730 was first delivered with the TA series systems, but they are backward compatible with every KX-T series and forward compatible with even the latest Pana digital boxes of the TD and TDA/TDE/NCP series.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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