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Panasonic 824 programming

Panasonic 824 programming

Panasonic 824 programming

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I am new to the panasonic key systems, but very familiar with Cortelco and Norstar.  Could anyone with panasonic 824 programming experience please help.  I am having trouble programming on a 16 button phone.  I am unable to figure out how to program the 7-16 buttons.  I would simply like to use those buttons as speed dials to other stations internally.  Also, how to change the ringing option on one station.


Thnaks in advance.

Lance

RE: Panasonic 824 programming

Unless the keys are assigned in programming, all you do is press on/off, prog, the button you want, the lenumber you want, hold, then on/off to exit.

if the key is programmed as a line key it must be cleared in programming first. the keystrokes are on/off, prog, ##, the line 5 key, port number (not extension number),#,key number, #, conf, prog, extension number (that you want assigned to that key, #, on/off (to exit)

programming must be done on a display phone at port 1, or 2. (usaually 10 or 11, 100 or 101 respectively)

let me know how it works. reataylor@hotmail.com

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