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When dialing a telephone number the hadset will only allow the 1st 3 numbers to be enetered and then emits a continuos tone every time a key is depressed afterwards.
I suspect one of my children may have played with the handset and inadvertantly locked the keypad via a menu option.
I have tried accessing several options on the menu that may support this and turning the feature off but with no success
Go to settings, and choose keyguard settings. and then set the auto keyguard to off
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
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Check to see if your Panasonic phone has a flash key feature. If it does, press the flash key down and wait until you hear the confirmation tone. If the Panasonic phone you're using does not have a flash key, hold down the the hook switch for half a second, then release. Dial the number of the third person in your conference call. If you're inviting someone in-house to be a part of your conference call, dial their extension number instead. If you're dialing an outside line you may need to dial 9 before dialing the number.
Wait for the new addition to the conference call to answer and then press the Flash key again. Wait an additional two or three seconds before pressing the number three on your telephone keypad. Start your conference call. Once you've pressed the flash key followed by the number 3, as in Step 4, your conference call is established. If you wish to add additional participants simply repeat Steps 3 and 4.
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