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Panasonic TDA30, basic question

Panasonic TDA30, basic question

Panasonic TDA30, basic question

(OP)
How do I add line buttons to the phones?
I am using XT7630C-B phones.
The phones already have 3 C.O, line buttons that work fine.
We ordered 2 more analog lines, which I cross connected to the system but I can't find instructions on how to add more line buttons to our phones..!
I know it must be a simple question to most of you, please help.
Thanks!
 

RE: Panasonic TDA30, basic question

pgm button  button 0 0X enter  x= 1-9

RE: Panasonic TDA30, basic question

(OP)
Thank you!
So press pgm button, enter 00X, where X=1-9 will add a line button to the phone.. Don't I have to enter any password? 1234?  Also, once I add the line buttons, how do I make the phone ring those lines in incoming calls?
Thanks a million!
 

RE: Panasonic TDA30, basic question

I think he means press program
then press the button to be programmed
Dial 0 ( To make the button a CO button)
Then 2 digits to identify the CO number
Then Enter

RE: Panasonic TDA30, basic question

First of all, what is under the 4th and 5th buttons now?
That's the part where you press PROGRAM, push the buttons, and read the display.  Lines are added in the phone as cwc said, they also have to be programmed in the software to ring and be turned on to the system.  That would be by grouping the C.O. into the same group as CO 1 (by default 600?) and the ICD takes care of it.

LkEErie
 

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