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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.

Panasonic... | Answered on Aug 19, 2020


Como quitar bloqueo del teatro panasoni modelo sht730

Panasonic... | Answered on Aug 19, 2020


The blinking LEDs means it need to have it's ID reprogrammed. Press the Program button and then the station number (Station 1 or 2 or 3 etc) to store the setting.

Panasonic KX... | Answered on Aug 10, 2020


There are a few reasons to get a line in use message; the message indicates that the phone does not detect a dial tone. For a simple corded phone, the problem could be the phone wire, the jack, the wiring between the jack and the incoming service or the service line. For all phone types, I use a simple corded phone for some of the testing. Try a new RJ-11 cord between the jack and the phone. Do you hear a dial tone? Make sure that you didn't use a handset cord in the place of the RJ-11 cable. Try a different phone. If there is a dial tone, replace the first phone. If you have another jack on the same phone line, try using the test phone at that jack. If you have a dial tone at the second jack, you have a wiring problem at the first jack or in the wiring to that jack. If you do not have a dial tone, find your incoming phone service box. If you are lucky, you have RJ-11 jacks inside the box. Plug your test phone into that jack and check for a dial tone. If you have a dial tone, you have a wiring problem. If there is no dial tone, the problem is the outside line. If you have a DSL line, check the DSL filter. If it's inside, you may need to replace it. If it's in the service box, ask your phone company to check it.

If you have a cordless phone system, you can have additional problems beyond those for a corded system. Check if the base has power. (Is the power transformer warm or cold?) If that is plugged in and cold, check if there is a switch or circuit breaker that is off. Replace the transformer if the power was good and check the phone again. If the transformer was warm, then check if the handsets were too far from the base. Move into the room with the base and see if the handset and base can communicate. You may want to check the find handset option. If the handset doesn't respond, check if the handset is registered with the base. You may need to replace the phone system. (If it is under warranty, contact Panasonic.)

If you have a problem with a specific jack, you can remove the face plate and check for loose wires. Some jacks use a keystone. These wires will need to be pushed back into the keystone with a push-down tool that is available at most hardware stores in the electrical section. The other type of jack uses screws to secure the wires. You need to strip the conductors and secure them in the correct position. See https://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx for the wiring diagram. (If you have the wires connected to the wrong pins, your phone won't detect the dial tone or the call signals.) If the problem is inside the walls, you may want to have the wiring done by someone else. There will be a service charge but it's often easier than accessing all of the wiring yourself. (If you have a single story home with an open basement to inspect the wiring, then it could be easy.) If the problem is at the service box and outside, then your phone company should fix the problem for free. (Some companies don't won't to do this and may try to sell you a service upgrade if you have copper wiring.)

I've lost dial tone to all of the wired phones from: a contractor who cut a wire while digging and rodents who chewed on the underground wires. A lightning strike took out the DSL filter once and killed the voice line. Since upgrading to fiber optics, I still lost the dial tone intermittently due to a faulty modem in the service box. I've lost a single phone extensions from someone using a handset cord (simple fix) and a service upgrade where the technician didn't connect all of the phone cables to the service box at the end of the job. Since the wire was loose behind the vinyl siding, it was easy to fix.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Panasonic Lands... | Answered on Aug 02, 2020


Just had the same thing. Instructions in the manual didn't work, but found this by trial and error:
- press and hold START/STOP as stated in manual until display goes blank
- with display still blank, press TIMER
- machine pops into life and you can now change the settings.

Worked for me anyway.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jul 29, 2020


Hello Alan, I have downloaded the user manuals in English and Spanish and in neither of the two appears the mode to reset the timer of your Panasonic PT-DZ770
I send you the Link to download and review
Question, have you tried networking the projector and controlling the functions of the projector, from a computer?
Could appear more submenu of control and adjustment
The other suggestion I make is that you call Panasonic's Customer Service, and make the query there
I hope you can solve the problem
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Alan, he descargado los manuales de usuario en ingles y en espa?ol y en ninguno de los dos aparece el modo para reiniciar el temporizador de tu Panasonic PT-DZ770
Te env?o los Link Para que los descargues y revises
Pregunta, has probado conectar en red al proyector y controlar las funciones del proyector, desde una computadora?
Podr?an aparecer mas submenu de control y ajuste
La otra sugerencia que te hago, es que llames al Servicio de Atenci?n al Usuario de Panasonic, y hagas la consulta ah?
espero que puedas resolver el problema
Saludos Franco Dosil

https://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/projector/extranet/main/previous/dz770/manual/pt-dz770u_en.pdf
https://eww.pavc.panasonic.co.jp/projector/extranet/main/previous/dz770/manual/pt-dz770e_es.pdf

Panasonic Office... | Answered on Jul 24, 2020


Hi dear Lavon Bonar:
RE: Unblocking phone numbers on your Panasonic landline:
Dial *60 to access blocked numbers:
Your Selected Call Rejection Service is probably now ON;
To TURN OFF Call Rejection Service, dial 3.
OR
To REMOVE ALL blocked entries Dial 08*
That's it. Glenda Gammel 9/21/2017

Panasonic Lands... | Answered on Jul 21, 2020


I just changed the lamp bulb. Why do I get a blue screen on the I just changed the lamp bulb. Why do I see a blue screen on my Panasonic PT-43lc14. See photo. attached.
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Panasonic... | Answered on Jul 19, 2020


check your messages from 3/14/09, I already answered the question but if you didn't get it let me know and I will resend it.

Panasonic Drills | Answered on Jul 17, 2020


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
https://schematicscom.blogspot.com/
Circuit diagrams of many devices are given. Hope it will help you find the part number.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jul 06, 2020

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