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What is the method of programming a PF button to call the door phone or open the door.

RE: KX-Ta824

Press [Program]

Press the PF button

Press [2]

Enter [31] and the doorphone number (1-4)

Press [Store]

That button will allow you to call the doorphone, then just hit 5 on the telephone keypad to open the door.


RE: KX-Ta824

IS it possible to store that 5 in a PF button ?  

RE: KX-Ta824

Not on the same button as the doorphone call button, but you could store [55] and the door opener number under a PF button. Then you have a door opener button.


RE: KX-Ta824

I followed your post and programmed  311 in one pf button and 551 in another. Intercom button (1) "311" works but nothing happens when I press button (2) "551".  

RE: KX-Ta824

Sorry, I forgot to mention that feature is restricted by default.

From memory, I think you need to have a look in program [703] to enable it per extension.


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