So you’ve dropped your phone in water you wally. Did it fall in the toilet? Well not to worry your phone can almost always be saved. Quick wash your hands off and we’ll get started.
Cross phone lines are a common problem on the ancient telephone infrastructure supporting the network.
Here are a few simple ways to tell if your line is crossed and what you can do about it.
Cross Line Symptoms:
1. Usually the first sign of a crossed line is the sound of faint voices in the background of [...]
Ever had the problem on the Panasonic range of phone systems where the message light comes on but there is no message? Very annoying isn’t it? This effects all Panasonic systems in the TDA, TDE and NCP range.
There is an easy fix:
In the maintenance console open up:
6: Numbering Plan
3: B/NA Call Feature
Remove the the “4″ [...]
This seems to get searched quite alot so here is a quick explanation:
You cannot change the time using the KX-T7667 handset. This handset is the basic model and does not have the ability to enter program mode (which is a requirement for changing the time)
All other Panasonic handsets ( KX-T7630 & KX-DT333 ) are able [...]
Installing a phone system is not for the faint hearted. Even if you have a technical background you will need special tools such as the krone tool, cable tracer, RJ12 crimping tool along with the usual cutters, knife, drill and screw drivers.
From an installation perspective, a phone system has 2 sides. Lines coming in & extensions [...]
Here is a quick guide on how to check your telephone line quality using TESTFAX
Plug a fax machine in to the phone socket. Send a blank page to 1300 368 999. Wait for about 2 minutes and you should receive a fax back with a 2 page report on your telephone line. The report will include data about [...]
Geez it’s been 4 weeks since the clocks changed and I am still getting phone calls from People wanting to know how to change the time on their Panasonic phone system. So for anyone who needs to know – here it is:
From extension 101 (usually the reception handset)
- leave the receiver down
- Press Program (prog – on [...]