Question about Panasonic KXDT333 Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how do I change name
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.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
SOURCE: I have a PANASONIC KX-DT333
I don't know about a handset, since mine doesn't have a dial, but the phone underneath the handset has to have a button programmed with the lines you use in order to work. By default, the system has some number of Single CO buttons assigned in numerical order from the bottom to the top and left to right. You can test that by pressing PROGRAM, press the line buttons in sequence, and reading the display. They will say CO 001, 002, 003 etc. If they don't, you can always dial 0 001 store, 0 002 store etc and get the line appearance back.
This solution works in a small system and is very basic. It doesn't take a T1/E1/PRI or group CO buttons. into consideration. Such a solution is beyond the scope of a free forum.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
SOURCE: I have a kx-tda30 unit
A couple of things come to mind, but what happens when you press PROG and the line 1 button on an idle phone? If it doesn't say Single Line-001, that could be something. Dial 0 01 and press ENTER. Now CO1 is back under that button.
The other items deal with line preference incoming so save it for later.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
SOURCE: Hi I would like to
To what? There's a complete table in the Operations Manual (OM) or can you remember 0, 1 and 2? 0 assigns single lines....don't touch them. 1 plus ext assigns intercom numbers, and 2+access code and number is used to set personal speed dials (you also have 30 under the touch pad). Other commands set up Transfer to VM, VM record, CID display, Headset mode, etc. etc.
If you don't have a copy of the OM, here's one. Please rate this solution because as soon as you do, or after a short time, this manual will be gone. http://public.carl.airpost.net/misc/200_TDA_OM_10-11.pdf
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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