Question about Panasonic KX-T7433B Corded Phone
Not as easy as that :-)
The Panasonic TD phone system has a Panasonic brand voice mail, probably, plugged into the system. From the age, probaby a TVS (USA) something. Menus for the auto attendant come from Custom Service files. There are 100 of them in the system. If I had installed it, your "5" would be stored in CS 35, but I didn't do it.
The easiest way is to find the notes from the installer. The second easiest is to connect to the serial port and read the setup. The 3rd, and the one you're probably going to have to do is to log into mailbox 998 and choose option 5 then 3 (IIRC) to review CUSTOM SERVICE greetings. You'll start at 1 and it will play the greeting. "*" back steps and you just keep going through the messages until the right one shows up. Then you press 1 to change it, record the new menu, and press 1 to stop recording and 2 to accept the changes.
After you find the model number (on a silver plate of the TVS, you can go here to get a manual:
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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