Question about Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone
Start by pressing ** and see what the display shows. If it doesn't show anything but beeps, then you have the wrong phone. Try looking for extension 101 or the first phone in the system.
When you find that phone and press program **1234, you'll go into programming. Dial 004 and press ENTER. If you press ENTER again, you'll be looking at extension 101, or you can dial an extension and be looking at a name. Now you spell out the name on the keypad using the letters and the arrow key if necessary and press ENTER (the center of the Navigator button) to store the name. Notice that the 4th time you press a 3 letter ALPHA key, you will get lower case letters. Punctuation is under the 1, * and # keys and Q appears under the 1 and 7 keys :-)
Next steps you to the next extension and you can just pick up the handset and set it back down to end programming.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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