Question about Panasonic KX-TG2770S Corded Phone (kx-tg2770s-3)
I hear a clicking sound during a conversation which starts after few minutes of talking. This sound continues until I disconnect. I have connected other telephone on the same cable and it works fine. Only this panasonic set is giving this issue. It started happening only yesterday. I have been using the phone for around 1.5 years or so.
ok, the link isn't working properly, so I'll try to explain:
step 1 press "program" button, then **1234
step 2 enter 000
press next (or spkr phn button) for date
press next (or spkr phn button) for time
press fwd/dnd button
press fwd/dnd button again
press sel (or auto answer/mute button) to change am/pm
press store (or auto dial/store)
press end (or hold button)
press spkr phn button or pick up hand set and hang up to leave programming mode.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot call out or answer a call
The only thing I can think of is you may be in the wrong dial mode. If you do not have touch tone service you will hear the tones but it will not connect. Try setting it to pulse and see if you can call out. Check you volume or see if the mute has been set. Have you tried a different phone? you might want to borrow a phone from a neighbor to see if it is a service problem or just your phone.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
I have the same problem with the key pad beep during telephone
conversations and I hace a Uniden 5.8ghz phone.
So its not just panasonic 5.8 ghz phones that do the beeping.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Id try the following in this order:
the poodle guy!
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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