Top 20 Panasonic KX-T7731 Corded Phone Questions & Answers

The KX-T7731 isn't an answering machine.

If the voicemail is on an answering machine connected to your phone line, consult its manual/

If the voicemail is on the phone company's server, look up the instructions in the phone book, or conrtact the company.

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It depends what telephone system the KX-T7731 is connected to. Find this out and Reply on here- We can then give you a solution.

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try calling your phone company . landlines do not record who calls or when

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Music on hold is connected to the phone system controller. The audio from the source (usually a MOH radio) is connected to the MOH port on the controller.

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take it off of speaker phone .

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if only happens on certain calls it could either be the handset itself, a week point on all corded phones is the cable between the handset and the body of the phone. whilst talking to someone on a call wiggle the cord where it enters the handset, does it crackle if not do the same where the cord enters the phone body, if no crackle likely not phone.

next select a line if you have more than 1 line note which 1 and dial 17070. this will BT autotest the line. if more than 1 line on system do same for all lines. check with your system admin if there are quick codes to select individual lines, eg dial 9 for any line or 81 for line 1 82 for line 2 etc .

if you get crackle still on 1 of the lines get your maintainer to check the lione at the cable head where lines enter building

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Do you have caller ID service from your phone co.?

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press intercom and call any coworker and ask them "what ext am I?" I'm not sure if that model will display the ext.#

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There is a bell symbol on the side with three positions.

Low medium and loud i think

Check it up.

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*67 plus area code and number you dial will block your number from receivers view. *82 followed by the same will make your number visible

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You mean how to activate one touch dialing?.
Please clarify.
And what effect did hitting *89 cause?

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Here is a link to the Quick Reference Guide
After scanning it I don't think you can enter names.

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replace led (bulb)

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The beeping when someone is on hold comes from the main control box, not from the phone itself. You must be able to enter the Panasonic system's programming mode from a display phone connected to Jack 1 which is usually extension 101 in both the older 624 system and the newer 824 system. The Programming Code is "111" and this is covered in the KX-TA824 "Programming Manual" Version 3.0 on page 27. The two choices are "External" and "Tone," and you want "External" which deactivates the beeping tone and activates the miniature (3.5mm) phone jack on the control box for incoming audio (Music on Hold: "MOH"). By selecting "External," hold will be silent (no beeps) unless you connect an audio source to the jack. Entering the programming mode is covered on Page 15.

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