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Panasonic KX-TG2352 Cordless Phone Questions & Answers
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Someone in your immediate area has purchased the same exact phone system with the same combination of wireless, (while very rare, it is possible and does happen.) Replace the system completely with another system or purchase new phones for your neighbors.
11/15/2010 10:37:05 PM •
on Nov 15, 2010
Sound output is very low
hi, you can increase the volume, if you are not satisfy with it, then,you change the mouthpiece of the phone.
thanks and wish to see again.
6/5/2010 1:22:43 PM •
on Jun 05, 2010
How can I turn the ringer back on? Thank you
1 Press (MUTE/FUNCTION).
2 Scroll to “Ringer setting” by
pressing öor ñ, and press á.
3 Press áat “Ringer volume”.
4 Select the desired volume by
pressing öor ñ.
•Each time you press öor ñ, the
volume will change and ring.
•To turn the ringer OFF:
press örepeatedly until “Off ?” is
5 Press á(Save key).
•A beep sounds.
To turn the ringer ON:
Press ñin step 4.
•The ringer will sound at the LOW level.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•If set to OFF, “Ringer off” will be displayed while the handset is not in use.
•If you have received new calls, “Ringer off” will not be displayed but
“Received calls” will be displayed while the handset is not in use.
“Ringer off” will be displayed for about 5 seconds after completing operations
or lifting the handset from the base unit or the charger.
•You can also select the ringer volume while an external call is being received.
Press öor ñwhile the handset is just ringing.
•You can change the ringer tone for external calls. See page 49.
12/1/2009 3:47:01 AM •
on Dec 01, 2009
What timing are you talking about? The timing for the flash option or the time of the day. If it's the time of the day it should come from your phone company as part of your service.
8/28/2009 3:39:49 AM •
on Aug 28, 2009
Left outside in the rain
This phone is out of production. You could buy a used system (Amazon) for about $60. You'll have to weight the cost against perhaps a newer system.
8/27/2009 9:50:41 PM •
on Aug 27, 2009
Both phones have no dial tone and don't work -
Hi, Welcome to FixYa.
The cordless phones supports pulse dialing than tone now a days.
If your provider supports pulse dialing & tone you can just change the tone to pulse to use cordless phone. Otherwise you have to request for pulse dialing from your provider.
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7/8/2009 5:44:51 AM •
on Jul 08, 2009
Can the Panasonic KX-T7667 phone work with the Panasonic KX-TES824 PBX?
Yes, the Panasonic KX-T7667 phone and the Panasonic KX-TES824 PBX are compatible.
The KX-TES824 should be able to accommodate different handsets because it is made to work with a variety of Panasonic phones, including the KX-T7667 model.
You must connect the KX-T7667 phone to an available extension port on the PBX and configure it with the proper parameters using the PBX programming software or a web interface in order to add the phone to your current PBX system.
It's vital to keep in mind that the KX-T7667 is a proprietary phone made just for Panasonic PBX systems and might not work with other phone systems or third-party hardware.
How to save caller id with name in panasonic kx- at7730
To save caller ID with a name in Panasonic KX-AT7730, you need to follow these steps:
Press the "Program" button on the phone.
Dial "9" to enter the "Caller ID" setting.
Dial "1" to enter the "Caller ID Memory" setting.
Dial the memory location number (0-99) where you want to save the caller ID and name.
Enter the caller's phone number using the keypad.
Press the "#" button to move to the next field.
Enter the caller's name using the keypad (use the alphanumeric keys to enter letters).
Press the "#" button again to save the entry.
Repeat steps 4-8 for each caller ID you want to save.
Note: Caller ID service must be enabled on your phone line for this feature to work. Also, make sure you have enough memory locations available in your phone's memory to save new caller IDs.
Why OGM recording code *361 doesn't work in Panasonic KX-TDA100?
The issue with the *361 code not working on your Panasonic KX-TDA100 could be due to a few reasons:
- The code may not be enabled in the DISA feature settings. You can check the DISA feature settings to ensure that the code is enabled for OGM recording.
- The code may be conflicting with another code or feature on the system. Try using a different code for OGM recording, such as *38 or *391.
- There may be a hardware or software issue with the system. In this case, you may need to contact Panasonic technical support or a certified technician to diagnose and resolve the issue.
It's also worth noting that different Panasonic phone systems may have different codes and settings for OGM recording, so be sure to consult the user manual or technical documentation for your specific model.
Panasonic KX-TGA750C phone backlight is on, but LCD display does not come on. Cause?
If the backlight of your Panasonic KX-TGA750C phone is on, but the LCD display does not come on, the most likely cause is a faulty LCD screen. This could be due to damage from physical impact, moisture or water damage, or simply wear and tear over time.
One thing you can try is to reset the phone to its factory settings. To do this, remove the batteries from the phone and unplug the base station for a few minutes. Then, reinsert the batteries and plug in the base station again. This may reset the phone and fix any software or firmware issues that could be causing the problem.
If resetting the phone does not work, you may need to have the LCD screen replaced. This can be done by contacting Panasonic customer support or a professional electronics repair technician.
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