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If it's not programmed, it's something you dial from phones allowed access. Usually, from extension 101, you can dial *7801 on the intercom to force the system into night mode.


Panasonic... | Answered on Mar 09, 2011

On your idle phone, press MESSAGE and look at the display. It will tell you where the message came from and the 3rd sfot key will let you CLEAR the entry.

When they're all gone, the light goes out :-)

Panasonic... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011

Press the MESSAGE button and look at the display. It will tell you where the message is from, as in that other extension, and the 3rd soft key will let you CLEAR the message. Press it and it goes away :-)


Panasonic... | Answered on Mar 03, 2011

Check out the instructions for setting forwarding no answer. *7104 xxx # sets the forward and the time it requires to forward is settable in the *713 ss where ss is the number of seconds from 00-99.
A ring cycle is 6 seconds, so 24 would be about 4 rings. Once you set forwarding, you really don't have to cancel it, as even if someone is on the phone, the call waiting and display tell you who is calling and you have the timer time answer or ignore the call.


Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 16, 2011

From your phone, press PROGRAM, press a button to be programmed and dial ! plus the extension and ENTER. Pick up the handset and drop it back down to exit programming.


Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 15, 2011

It probably means the phone is in Do Not Disturb. There's a programming option to make it not do that. Check out the installation manual for your phone system.


Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 04, 2011

You don't get detailed on a free forum, but I can suggest something. A Panasonic VM usually has the access code of 500. If you don't get an answer when you dial 500 you may not have a TVA voicemail system attached to your Key Service Unit and the following instructions won't apply.

When you dial up 500 on the intercom, the lady in the box will play something, either a "welcome" message, or a "please enter your password" or just "you have x messages". If you don't get any of that, did it get installed in the first place? Once you get there, follow the setup menus to record your greetings, name, and set a password. The access to VM is done by dialing *710x 500 # on your phone where the x is a condition 2/3/4/5. See your user's guide for condition or just try it and look at the display for ALL/BUSY/NO ANSWER and B-NA.
If your voice mail box does not exist, the system owner can add a mailbox from the 999 admin mailbox.

If you have an internal voice mail system, it uses 591 and 592 codes to set up.


Panasonic... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011

You are missing a lot of information, but here goes. Your message light is unlikely broken in a new phone. Have someone ring your extension and press "4". Now look at your phone and press MESSAGE. The display tells you who left the message and you get 2 options on your soft keys to call or erase the message.

Now, here's the part you left out. What is leaving the message? It could be coming from CO based voice mail, a TVA system, or a SVM card. If it's a TVA voice mail system, it has to be programmed with your mailbox and extension (usually the same). A message left in the General Delivery Mailbox doesn't light anything unless it's programmed to do something, and a message left in your box usually works if it's properly set up to begin with. We try to set up our TDA's to eliminate GDM messages, so that means that Call Forward lights must be lit at every extension that needs voice mail and there's always a choice to direct callers to extension 101 or some other mailbox but the GDM. If it's CO based, you bought the wrong system, and an SVM card has a set of instructions to assign extensions to slots.

Most likely you'll find the missing information in the Programming Manual of the voice messaging system.


Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 28, 2011

Some Panasonic cordless phones come with up to five handsets each will need to be properly adjusted. You may need to set the main handset to synchronize with the base unit plugged into the telephone wall jack and assign special configuration numbers to the other handsets in order to properly identify each one within a specified location. One handset left in the turned on mode may make it impossible to place calls with the any of the other handsets. This will continue until either the battery dies or fails on the handset or the phone is switched off and replaced in its charger for charging again. Synchronize the main handset by pressing the MENU button on the handset, then pressing the down button IN order to select the number you wish to assign to that handset. Repeating this process if you have already done so will greatly decrease the level of errors experienced with panasonic phones MORE USEFUL INFORMATION FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRONICS When troubleshooting these units, there are always several variables to consider. First check to see what last occurred with the unit such as did the children play video games, did the electricity go out due to bad weather. You may see that there are many possibilities but let's focus on what occurred last to the unit. Once we determine what happened last, we may isolate the actual cause of the problem. The actual cause may be associated with projection issues, older versions (Picture tube), interference from devices located nearby, and even a radio turned on and located really close to your unit. This is normally known as electromagnetic interference to electronics and is very common with the error you have provided today. Please continue to look for anything EXTERNAL to the unit before looking at the internal components. I have been working on these a long time so feel free to follow up with me.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 18, 2011

If you lost the extension programming under the buttons, you can reprogram the phone. Press PROGRAM and the button you want to use. The display will tell you what it is or if it's blank. To make it be an extension, press "1" plus the ext. number and ENTER or STORE. You can do that to as many buttons as you want.

When you finish, just pick up the handset and drop it back down to exit programming.


Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 10, 2011

it's best to have your local panasonic dealer/serviceman do it, because it will require you to know the installer programming password which the installer sets, and it requires you to know the inbound call paths so you set the correct timer (all very simple if you have a computer hooked up and own the programming software, but a pain if you are trying to program through a phone)

Panasonic... | Answered on Jan 07, 2011

In a Panasonic TVA voice mail system, there are 100+32 different boxes that you can record into. We supply the map and directions at installation. Try contacting whoever put the system in, or look around for some paperwork and software to access the VM.

Unlike the old TVS systems, where we put the Day, Night, and Holiday greetings in specific boxes, the TVA has that visual **** and you don't get the opportunity to lock the greetings into specific boxes. Now, it's just sort of numeric.


Panasonic... | Answered on Dec 24, 2010

I dial 500 and follow the prompts.


Panasonic... | Answered on Dec 22, 2010

The TDA/NCP system time is changed from the phone allowed programming. It can be one or all, but the main phone (ext 101) can do it. When you find the one that works, press PROGRAM **1234 If it doesn't work, then you don't have the right phone. When it says Sys Pgn No? dial 000.
Then use the NEXT, keypad, and ENTER keys to change your time.

Just pick up the handset and drop it back down to exit programming


Panasonic... | Answered on Nov 12, 2010

From the phone connected to Jack 01 or the authorized phone (generally 101) press PROG and dial **1234 Dial 004 and ENTER and dial the ext number of the phone you want to change Use the keypad to enter the name (you have Upper and Lowercase letters) and the arrow key to step to the next character. When you finish, press STORE.


Panasonic... | Answered on Sep 25, 2010

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