Question about Panasonic KX-TG4000B 4-LIne Multi-Handset Cordless Phone System
SOURCE: I HAVE A PANASONIC PHONE
There are several things to ask yourself.
1. Do you have the manual?
2. Is there any software programming which relates to set ring?
3. Is there a manual switch for ring on/ring off?
4. Will another phone ring when plugged into the same jack?
IF NOT, the red and green wire may be reversed at the jack.
5. Lastly, has this cordless handset ever rang?
Most cordless sets have a volume control from off to loud. I hope this will help you solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: Incoming Call not Ringing
Either call line 3 first, or make your phone ring :-)
What might be the easiest is to swap modular plugs in the back room between 2 and 5. That way, you get your old extension back and everything will work as it did.
If you can't do that, then you're going to have to do some system programming to turn on the ringing on your phone. If you have a TA series system, you should be able to do it from either the PC or a phone connected to jack $1. If you have another model, you should have a system manual on how do make programming changes.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
To change the ringing on a prostar 816 you first need to be at a display set (doesn't matter what the extension number is).
with the handset down, enter #20 the screen should say MMC DISABLED
enter in 1 2 3 4 1 # (that enables programming)
enter in #62 the screen should say day ring assn
press the line you wish to program
press the buttons for the extensions that you wish to ring (the ones in the right next to the handset)
press # when finished with the line
repeat steps 2 through 5 for the remainder of the lines you wish to change
press # when finished.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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