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Panasonic kx-tga931T--no link to base reconnect ac adapter
The situation is that a KX-TGA931T reads out "No link to base. Reconnect AC adapter". This is what I saw on one of the used handsets I recently acquired.Unplugging and replugging either AC adapter (base or peripheral) does nothing. But the other otherwise identical handset that recently arrived evidently had different firmware, which more helpfully read out (I may be paraphrasing) "Press Locator button base for 4 seconds, then press OK." This instruction may need just a little elaboration. On the base, the lower right silver button is labeled LOCATOR INTERCOM. On the handset the upper right rubber button may have "OK" on the LCD screen above it, so when it does, it is the OK button. First make sure the base is plugged in and that you have at least a little charge in the handset. Then press that LOCATOR button (for about 4 seconds) until it beeps. It will begin to beep periodically for several cycles. While it is in this beeping mode, press and hold that OK button until it beeps. If you let go too soon, the screen reads "Error!" so just try it again, and wait for the beep. After the beep the screen reads (I may be paraphrasing) "Registering handset." This takes a few seconds. Then it is registered and when you press TALK you'll get a dial tone. Now you don't have to pay $5 for a chat with Panasonic or have to download a manual's PDF (if they even have it) and have your internet search switched to Yahoo. I do not know how many handsets this base will take - now I have 6 registered to it.
on Aug 19, 2020
How to clear a memory full in the block feature on
I have a KX-TG7644. Had to look harder for the Call Block directory. The manual really didn't help much. Press "Menu", go down to "Initial Settings", go to "Call Block". You can access the list and delete all or part to open up memory space. I had to do this after all the election calls.
on Jul 15, 2019
Base phone not charging even
take a volt meter and check the contacts the phone sits on in the base station, there should be around 5 volts DC there, if there is I would replace the batteries in the phone, if there is no voltage at the charging contacts in the base then the base station is defective, another quick way to determine the cause of the problem is take the phone out of the base station and put it into one of the other phones chargers, then if the phone does charge up the base station charger is defective, u will need to replace the phone or not use the base station for charging. these are not repaired except under factory warranty.
on Dec 16, 2016
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