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DSS Console

Quick Reference Guide


Model No. KX-T7740

Important Information
When using the KX-T7740, keep the following
conditions in mind.
• If there is any trouble, disconnect the DSS Console
from the telephone line and have it repaired.
• Keep the unit away from heating appliances and
electrical noise generating devices such as
fluorescent lamps and motors.
• The unit should be kept free of dust, moisture and
vibration, and it should not be exposed to direct
sunlight.
• Do not use benzine, thinner, or the like, or any
abrasive powder to clean the cabinet. Wipe it with a
soft cloth.
• Do not disassemble this product. Dangerous
electrical shock could result. The unit must only be
disassembled and repaired by qualified service
technicians.
• When a failure occurs which results in the internal
parts becoming accessible, disconnect the
telephone line cord immediately and return this unit
to service centre.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE
OF MOISTURE.
Note:
In this manual, the suffix of each model number is
omitted.
Location of Controls

DSS Buttons with Busy


Lamp Field (BLF):
To access an extension,
simply press a DSS button.
These buttons also can be
assigned for the one-touch
16

15
32

31
F16

F15
dialling. The BLF indicates
14 30 F14
the current status of the
13 29 F13

12 28 F12
corresponding extention.
11 27 F11

10 26 F10

9 25 F9
Function Buttons:
8 24 F8

7 23 F7 You can access various


6

5
22

21
F6

F5
functions with one touch
4 20 F4 once the buttons are
programmed.
3 19 F3

2 18 F2

1 17 F1
For the programming, refer
to the user manual of the
main unit.

Connection

The telephone line cord


To the main unit

< Back view >


CAUTION
Ensure the cord is inserted in the groove
to prevent damage to the connector.

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Attaching a Proprietary Telephone

This unit can be connected to a Panasonic


proprietary telephone (e.g., KX-T7720, KX-T7730,
KX-T7750).
Use the attached plate and screws.

3
Wall Mounting

This unit can be mounted on a wall.

1 Remove the attached stand.

2 Mount the unit on the wall.

Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd.


1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku,
Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan

© 2001 Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd.


All Rights Reserved.

Printed in Japan PSQW1800ZA KK0102YK0


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DSS Console and DSS Console for Attendant


for Digital Super Hybrid Systems

Reference Guide
Model KX-T7440/KX-T7441

8
16
24
7 32
15
40
23 48
6
31
14
39
22
5 47
30
13
38
21
4 46
12 29
37
3 20
45
11 28
19 36
2
27 44
10
18 35
1
26 43
9
17 34
25 42

ANSW 33
ER 41

RELE
ASE

<KX-T7440> <KX-T7441>

Please read this manual before using the DSS Console


and DSS Console for Attendant.
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Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic DSS Console


and DSS Console for Attendant.

Contents
Preparation.......................................................................................................... 2
Connection.......................................................................................................... 2
Location of Controls........................................................................................... 3
Attaching a Proprietary Telephone..................................................................... 3
Wall Mounting.................................................................................................... 4
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................................. 5
FCC and Other Information ............................................................................... 7

Preparation
The KX-T7440 Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console and KX-T7441 DSS Console
for Attendant can be connected to Digital Super Hybrid Systems (DSHS).
This requires a DSHS Digital Proprietary Telephone (e.g. KX-T7420, KX-T7425,
KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436) for proper operation.
The DSS Console can work with any Panasonic Proprietary Telephone.
The DSS Console and the paired proprietary telephone should be placed next to one
another.
The DSS Console must be connected directly to the main unit.
Note: – A standard telephone cannot be used with the DSS Console.

Accessories
Telephone line cord............. 1 Plate ............................... 1
Screws ................................. 2

Connection
Connect as shown. Included telephone line cord
For more details, refer to the Connect to a Digital
Installation Manual of the Panasonic Super Hybrid System.
Digital Super Hybrid System.

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Location of Controls
DSS Buttons with Busy Lamp Field (BLF):
The KX-T7440 has 66 DSS buttons and the KX-T7441 has 48 DSS buttons.
To access an extension, simply press a DSS button.
These buttons also can be assigned for one-touch dialing.
The BLF indicates the current status of the corresponding extension.
Off : Idle
Red: Busy

■ KX-T7440 ■KX-T7441
KX-T 7440 SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM KX-T 7441 SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM

11 22 33 44 55 66 8 16 24 32 40 48

10 21 32 43 54 65 7 15 23 31 39 47

9 20 31 42 53 64 6 14 22 30 38 46

8 19 30 41 52 63 5 13 21 29 37 45

7 18 29 40 51 62 4 12 20 28 36 44

6 17 28 39 50 61 3 11 19 27 35 43

5 16 27 38 49 60 2 10 18 26 34 42

4 15 26 37 48 59 1 9 17 25 33 41

3 14 25 36 47 58

ANSWER RELEASE
2 13 24 35 46 57

1 12 23 34 45 56

ANSWER Button RELEASE Button


Used to answer an Used to disconnect
incoming call. the line.

Attaching a Proprietary Telephone


This unit can be connected to a Panasonic
digital proprietary telephone.
Use the attached plate and screws.

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Wall Mounting
This unit can be mounted on a wall.

1 Remove the attached stand. 3 Attach the stand.

2 Turn the stand in the opposite 4 Mount the unit on the wall phone
direction. plate.

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Important Safety Instructions


When using your telephone equipment, 7. Do not allow anything to rest on
basic safety precautions should always be the telephone cord. Do not locate
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric this product where the cord will be
shock and injury to persons, including the abused by persons walking on it.
following:
8. Do not overload wall outlets and
1. Read and understand all extension cord as this can result in
instructions. the risk of fire or electric shock.

2. Follow all warnings and 9. Never push objects of any kind


instructions marked on the product. into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous
3. Unplug this product from the wall voltage points or short out parts
outlet before cleaning. Do not use that could result in a risk of fire or
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. electric shock. Never spill liquid of
Use a damp cloth for cleaning. any kind on the product.

4. Do not use this product near water, 10. To reduce the risk of electric
for example, near a bath tub, wash shock, do not disassemble this
bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, product, but take it to a qualified
in a wet basement, or near a serviceman when some service or
swimming pool. repair work is required. Opening or
removing covers may expose you
5. Do not place this product on an to dangerous voltages or other
unstable cart, stand, or table. The risks. Incorrect reassembly can
product may fall, causing serious cause electric shock when the
damage to the product. appliance is subsequently used.

6. Slots and openings in the cabinet 11. Unplug this product from the wall
and the back or bottom are outlet and refer servicing to
provided for ventilation, to protect qualified service personnel under
it from overheating, these openings the following conditions:
must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be A. When the power supply cord or
blocked by placing the product on plug is damaged or frayed.
the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar B. If liquid has been spilled into
surface. This product should never the product.
be placed near or over a radiator or C. If the product has been exposed
heat register. This product should to rain or water.
not be placed in a built-in
installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
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Important Safety Instructions


D. If the product does not operate
normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls, that are
covered by the operating
instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls
may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by
a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal
operation.
E. If the product has been dropped
or the cabinet has been
damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct
change in performance.

12. Avoid using a telephone (other


than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.

13. Do not use the telephone to report


a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.

SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS

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FCC and Other Information


NOTE: CAUTION:
This equipment has been tested and found To assure continued compliance with
to comply with the limits for a Class B FCC rules, do not make any unauthorized
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the modifications. When programming
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to emergency numbers and/or making test
provide reasonable protection against calls to emergency numbers:
harmful interference in a residential 1) Remain on the line and briefly
installation. This equipment generates, explain to the dispatcher the reason
uses and can radiate radio frequency for the call before hanging up.
energy and, if not installed and used in 2) Perform such activities in the off-
accordance with the instructions, may peak hours, such as early morning
cause harmful interference to radio hours or late evenings.
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur If there is any trouble, disconnect the unit
in a particular installation. If this from the extension line and connect a
equipment does cause harmful known working phone. If the known
interference to radio or television working phone operates properly, have it
reception, which can be determined by repaired by one of the specified Panasonic
turning the equipment off and on, the user Factory Service Centers. If the known
is encouraged to try to correct the working phone does not operate properly,
interference by one or more of the check the Electronic Modular Switching
following measures: System and the internal extension wiring.
– Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna. • Keep the unit away form heating
– Increase the separation between the appliances and electrical noise
equipment and receiver. generating devices such as fluorescent
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on lamps and motors.
a circuit different from that to which the • The unit should be kept free of dust,
receiver is connected. moisture and vibration, and should not
– Consult the dealer or an experienced be exposed to direct sunlight.
radio/TV technician for help. • Do not use benzine, thinner, or the like,
or any abrasive powder to clean the
WARNING: cabinet. Wipe it with a soft cloth.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE
OF MOISTURE.

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When you ship the product


Carefully pack and sent it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original
carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom to the outside of the carton.
DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They are NOT
equipped to make repairs.

Product service
Panasonic Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory.
Consult your authorized Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.

For your future reference

SERIAL NO. DATE OF PURCHASE


(found on the bottom of the unit)

NAME OF DEALER

DEALER’S ADDRESS

Panasonic Consumer Electronics Panasonic Sales Company


Company, (“PSC”), Division of Matsushita
Division of Matsushita Electric Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc.
Corporation of America Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5,
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, San Gabriel Industrial Park,
New Jersey 07094 Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985

Printed in the United Kingdom PSQX1526ZA KU0898TT0


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Digital Proprietary Telephones


for Digital Super Hybrid Systems

Operating Instructions
Model KX-T7420
KX-T7425
KX-T7431
KX-T7433
KX-T7436

KX-T7436

Please read this manual before using the


Digital Proprietary Telephone.
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Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Telephone.

Accessories
When unpacking, check the following items.
Handset ...................................................... one
Telephone line cord ..................................... one
Handset cord .............................................. one
Overlay ...................................................... one (KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and
KX-T7436 only)
Card holder with memory station card .......... one (KX-T7420, KX-T7425 only)

When you ship the product


Carefully pack and sent it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original
carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom to the outside of the carton.
DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They are NOT
equipped to make repairs.

Product service
Panasonic Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory. Consult
your authorized Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.

For your future reference

SERIAL NO. DATE OF PURCHASE


(found on the bottom of the unit)

NAME OF DEALER

DEALER’S ADDRESS

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Contents
Location of Controls ......................................................................... 4
Getting Started................................................................................... 6
Connection .................................................................................................. 6
Controlling the volume/adjusting the display contrast................................. 6
Description of the symbols .......................................................................... 7
Making Calls....................................................................................... 8
Calling ......................................................................................................... 8
Speed dialing............................................................................................... 8
One-touch dialing ........................................................................................ 8
Dialing the last number you dialed (Last Number Redial) .......................... 8
Receiving Calls .................................................................................. 9
Receiving calls ............................................................................................ 9
Handsfree answerback................................................................................ 9
Picking up a call for someone else (Call Pickup)........................................ 9
When the Dialed Extension is Busy/No Answer........................... 10
Reserving a busy line (Automatic Callback Busy) .................................... 10
Leaving a call notification (Message Waiting)........................................... 10
Calling Back ..................................................................................... 11
When you receive a notification (Message Waiting) ................................. 11
Calling using the call log (Incoming Call Log) (KX-T7433/KX-T7436 only)..... 11
During a Conversation .................................................................... 12
Placing a call on hold ................................................................................ 12
Transferring a call ..................................................................................... 13
Paging ....................................................................................................... 13
Paging a person and transferring a call .................................................... 14
Answering an announced page................................................................. 14
Answering a call waiting............................................................................ 14
Useful Features................................................................................ 15
Forwarding your calls (Call Forwarding) ................................................... 15
Preventing others from disturbing you (Do Not Disturb [DND]) ................ 17
Three-party conversation (Conference) .................................................... 17
Ringing tone selection for CO buttons ...................................................... 18
Storing numbers for One-touch dialing ..................................................... 18
How to Use the Display................................................................... 19
Using the Jog Dial ..................................................................................... 19
KX-T7431 .................................................................................................. 20
KX-T7433 .................................................................................................. 21
KX-T7436 .................................................................................................. 23
Storing in Speed Dialing ................................................................. 25
Storing names and numbers at your extension for personal use ............. 25
Storing names and numbers in the system............................................... 27
Wall Mounting .................................................................................. 28
Installing the Card Holder............................................................... 29
Features List .................................................................................... 30
Important Safety Instructions......................................................... 32
FCC and Other Information ............................................................ 34
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Location of Controls
KX-T7431 KX-T7433
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Soft Buttons (S1 through S3)
SELECT MODE LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

KX-T 7433 SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM

KX-T 7431 SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM

SHIFT
SELECT MODE

SHIFT
KX-T7436
Function Buttons LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
(F1 through F10)
Soft Buttons KX-T7436 SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM

(S1 through S3)

SHIFT

Flexible SHIFT
Outside
(CO) Line
Buttons
19 20 21 22 23 24
PROGRAM
13 14 15 16 17 18 PAUSE
7 8 9 10 11 12 TRANSFER
1 2 3 4 5 6

INTERCOM CONF FWD/DND PROGRAM PAUSE TRANSFER


AUTO DIAL
ABC DEF
AUTO DIAL MESSAGE
/STORE
GHI JKL MNO
STORE
FLASH AUTO ANSWER MESSAGE
MUTE
PRS TUV WXY

INTERCOM
OPER

REDIAL HOLD SP-PHONE

CONF MIC

(Conference)
REDIAL HOLD Jog Dial FLASH

FWD/DND SP-PHONE (Speakerphone) AUTO ANSWER


(Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb) MIC (Microphone) /MUTE

* The KX-T7420 and KX-T7425 are non-display models.

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AUTO ANSWER/MUTE MESSAGE


AUTO ANSWER AUTO ANSWER is used to answer MESSAGE Used to leave a notification or call
an intercom call. back the party who left the
MUTE
MUTE is used to listen to the other notification.
party without them hearing you.
MODE
MODE
AUTO DIAL AUTO DIAL/STORE Used to set the display to access a
Used for speed dialing in the system feature.
STORE
or storing program changes.
PAUSE
CONF PAUSE Used to insert a pause in speed dial
CONF
Used to make a three-party conference. numbers or in other numbers.
FLASH PROGRAM
FLASH Used to disconnect the current call PROGRAM Used to enter and exit the
and make another call with holding programming mode.
the same outside line. REDIAL REDIAL
Flexible Outside (CO) Line Button Used to redial.
Used to make or receive an outside
SELECT
call, or access a feature if the button
SELECT Used to select the displayed function
is assigned as a One-touch dialing
or to call the displayed phone
button.
number.
Function Button
SHIFT
Used to perform the displayed SHIFT
Used to alternate the sub function on
function or operation.
the display.
FWD/DND
Soft Button
FWD/DND Used to perform Call Forwarding or
Used to perform the function or
Do Not Disturb.
operation that appears on the bottom
HOLD HOLD line of the display.
Used to place a call on hold. SP-PHONE SP-PHONE
INTERCOM Used for the handsfree operation.
INTERCOM
Used to make or receive intercom calls.
TRANSFER
Jog Dial TRANSFER Used to transfer a call to another
Used to adjust the volume and the party.
display contrast or select desired items
for each functions.

For KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 Users


The display can be adjusted. Display
1 Press the LCD ADJ button.
2 Lift or put down the display.
LCD ADJ
button

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Getting Started
Connection
The telephone line cord (included)
→ Connect to a Digital Super Hybrid System (TO MAIN UNIT).
→ Connect to a standard telephone jack (TO TEL),
telephone answering machine, or fax for XDP*
or parallel connections.

* For more details about XDP,


consult with your dealer.

< Back view >

Controlling the volume/adjusting the display contrast


Speaker volume Handset/Headset volume
1 Press the SP-PHONE button. 1 Lift the handset.
2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired (Press the SP-PHONE button for
direction.* headset volume.)
2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired
direction.*
For KX-T7420 and KX-T7425 Users
RINGER Volume selector
Ringer volume
1 Adjust the RINGER Volume
selector lever to the desired
HI G H
setting (OFF/LOW/HIGH). O FF LO W

R IN G
ER

<Side view of the KX-T7420 and KX-T7425>

For KX-T7431 Users


Display contrast Ringer volume
While idle and on-hook While idle and on-hook
1 Press the MODE button six 1 Press the MODE button five
times. times.
Display: Contrast: Display: Ringer:
2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired 2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired
direction.* direction.*
* While rotating the Jog Dial, the display shows the volume level.
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For KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 Users


Display contrast Ringer volume
While on-hook or during a While idle and on-hook
conversation 1 Press the RING (S2) button.
1 Press the CONT (S1) button. Display: Ringer:
Display: Contrast: 2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired
2 Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired direction.*
direction.*

* While rotating the Jog Dial, the display shows the volume level.

Description of the symbols

In this manual, many symbols are used. Some of the symbols are described below.
Off-hook
Press the desired number keys
• Lift the handset. X Y
on the telephone.
• Press the SP-PHONE
button.

On-hook
Various tones are heard
• Replace the handset.
depending on the operation.
• Press the SP-PHONE
button.

Helpful hints for the handsfree operation


• If the other party’s voice is difficult to hear;
Raise the sound level using the speaker volume control.
• If the other party has difficulty hearing you;
Lower the speaker volume.
• Absorbing echoes;
Use this unit in a room which has curtains and/or carpeting.
• To avoid missing part of the conversation;
If you and the other party speak at the same time, parts of your conversation will be
lost. To avoid this, speak alternately.

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Making Calls
Calling
To an extension To an external party

CO
extension no. phone no.

Off-hook. Dial the extension Talk. Off-hook. Press an idle Dial the phone Talk.
number. CO button. number.

Speed dialing
Using a speed dial number stored in your telephone

station speed To store numbers,


3 dial no. refer to page 25.
Off-hook. Dial 3 . Dial the station speed Talk.
dial number (0-9).

Using a speed dial number stored in the system

AUTO DIAL system speed To store numbers,


STORE dial no. refer to page 27.
Off-hook. Press the Dial the system Talk.
AUTO DIAL/STORE speed dial number.
button.

One-touch dialing

To store numbers,
refer to page 18.
Off-hook. Press the One-touch dialing button. Talk.

Dialing the last number you dialed (Last Number Redial)

REDIAL

Off-hook. Press the REDIAL button. Talk.

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Receiving Calls
Receiving calls
If your telephone rings,
• Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
(Default: The ringing line is selected.)
• Press the rapid flashing green outside (CO) line
Off-hook. Talk. button or rapid flashing INTERCOM button.

Handsfree answerback

You can answer an intercom call without lifting the handset.


The AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button light shows the current status as follows.
On: Set
Off: Not set

To set / cancel

While on-hook
AUTO ANSWER

MUTE

Press the AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button.

Picking up a call for someone else (Call Pickup)

You can answer an incoming call that is ringing at another extension from your
telephone. A call within your extension group can be picked up.

4 0

Off-hook. Dial 40. Confirmation tone Talk.

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When the Dialed Extension is Busy/No Answer


Reserving a busy line (Automatic Callback Busy)

You can receive a notification when a busy extension becomes free.


To answer the notification, lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button. The
called extension starts ringing automatically.

To set

When hearing a busy tone


C.BCK
6 OR

Dial 6 or press the C.BCK (S3) button.* 1 Confirmation tone On-hook.

To answer and call*2


*1 The C.BCK (S3) button is only available
If you hear call back ringing for KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 users.
*2 If you do not answer after four callback
The extension is
called automatically. rings, this feature will be canceled.
Off-hook.

Leaving a call notification (Message Waiting)

When the called extension is busy or does not answer, you can leave a notification to
have the called extension call you back.

To leave a notification
When the called extension is busy or does not answer
MESSAGE

Press the MESSAGE button. Confirmation tone On-hook.

To cancel a notification

7 0 0 extension no.

Off-hook. Dial 700. Dial the extension number. Confirmation tone On-hook.

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Calling Back
When you receive a notification (Message Waiting)

The MESSAGE button lights to let you know that a call has been received.

To check and select the party


(display telephone only) To call back

While on-hook
MESSAGE
MESSAGE

Press the MESSAGE button Off-hook. Press the Talk.


until the desired message appears. MESSAGE button.

To clear all notifications

your
7 0 0 extension no.

Off-hook. Dial 700. Enter your Confirmation tone On-hook.


extension number.

Calling using the call log (Incoming Call Log)


(KX-T7433/KX-T7436 only)

If you do not answer a call, your telephone automatically records the incoming
outside call information with the CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation)
service*. You can also record the existing call during a conversation or call back the
logged numbers. To confirm or call back using the call log, refer to pages 22 (for
KX-T7433) and 24 (for KX-T7436).
* The CLIP service provides you with the caller’s telephone number.
For more details, consult with your dealer.

To record the information of an existing call

During a conversation
LOG

Press the LOG (S2) button.

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During a Conversation
Placing a call on hold

The corresponding outside (CO) line button or the INTERCOM button lights show
the current status as follows.
Flashing green slowly: Your held call
Flashing red slowly: Another extension’s held call

Holding

HOLD

Press the HOLD button. Dial tone On-hook.

To retrieve a call at the holding extension*

CO
OR
INTERCOM

Off-hook. Press the CO or INTERCOM button. Talk.

To retrieve an outside call from another extension*


* If a call is not retrieved
within a specified time,
CO
you will hear an alarm as
a reminder.
Off-hook. Press the CO button. Talk.

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Transferring a call
Using the TRANSFER button
To an extension

TRANSFER
extension no.

Press the TRANSFER Dial tone Enter the extension Announce. On-hook.
button. number.*1

To an external party *2

CO

TRANSFER
phone no.

Press the TRANSFER Dial tone Press the Enter the phone Announce. On-hook.
button. CO button. number.*1

*1 To retrieve the held call, press the TRANSFER button, corresponding Outside (CO)
line button, or the INTERCOM button.
*2 Transferring a call to an external party may be restricted by System Programming.

Through Paging
Refer to page 14, “Paging a person and transferring a call”.

Paging

You can make a voice announcement to all people in the office through the
telephone speaker and external speaker at the same time.

3 3

Off-hook. Dial 33 . Confirmation tone Announce.

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During a Conversation
Paging a person and transferring a call
During a conversation

TRANSFER 3 3

Press the Dial 33 . Confirmation Announce On-hook.


TRANSFER tone and wait for
button. an answer.

Answering an announced page


Through a telephone speaker

4 3

Off-hook. Dial 43. Confirmation tone Talk.

Through an external speaker

4 2 + external pager no.

Off-hook. Dial 42 and the external pager number. Confirmation tone Talk.

Answering a call waiting


During a conversation, a call waiting tone occurs when an outside call is received or
another extension is letting you know that another call is waiting. (Default: Cancel)

To set / cancel

7 3 1 1 To set

7 3 1 0 To cancel

Off-hook. To set: Dial 7311. Confirmation tone On-hook.


To cancel: Dial 7310.

To talk to the new party


*1 If you terminate the
While hearing a tone current call,
HOLD CO
OR
disregard this step.
INTERCOM *2 If both parties are
Press the HOLD button.*1 Press the CO or INTERCOM button.*2 extensions, disregard
this step.
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Useful Features
Forwarding your calls (Call Forwarding)

You can have your incoming calls forwarded to another extension or external party.

All calls
All calls are forwarded to another extension.

FWD/DND 2 extension no.

Off-hook. Press the Dial 2 and the extension Confirmation On-hook.


FWD/DND button. number. tone

Busy
All calls are forwarded to another extension when your extension is busy.

FWD/DND 3 extension no.

Off-hook. Press the Dial 3 and the extension Confirmation On-hook.


FWD/DND button. number. tone

No answer
All calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not answer the call.

FWD/DND 4 extension no.

Off-hook. Press the Dial 4 and the extension Confirmation On-hook.


FWD/DND button. number. tone

Busy/No answer (BSY N/A)


All calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not answer or when your
extension is busy.

FWD/DND 5 extension no.

Off-hook. Press the Dial 5 and the extension Confirmation On-hook.


FWD/DND button. number. tone

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Useful Features
To outside (CO) line
All calls are forwarded to an external party. Some extensions may be restricted.

FWD/DND 6 9 phone no. #


Off-hook. Press the Dial 69, the phone number Confirmation On-hook.
FWD/DND button. and #. tone

Follow Me (From)
All calls are forwarded to another extension which you set to receive your calls.

your
FWD/DND
7 extension no.
Off-hook. Press the Dial 7 and your extension Confirmation On-hook.
FWD/DND button. number. tone

Canceling (except Follow Me)

FWD/DND 0

Off-hook. Press the Dial 0. Confirmation tone On-hook.


FWD/DND button.

Canceling Follow Me

your
FWD/DND
8 extension no.
Off-hook. Press the Dial 8 and your extension Confirmation On-hook.
FWD/DND button. number. tone

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Preventing others from disturbing you


(Do Not Disturb [DND])
During a meeting or when you are busy, you can refuse an incoming call.

1 To set
FWD/DND
0 To cancel
Off-hook. Press the FWD/DND To set: Dial 1. Confirmation On-hook.
button. To cancel: Dial 0. tone

Three-party conversation (Conference)

You can add another party during a conversation.

Adding a third party during a conversation

third party’s no.


CONF CONF

Press the Enter the third Talk to the Press the Confirmation
CONF button. party’s number.*1 third party. CONF button. tone

*1 To add an external party, press an outside (CO) line button and dial the phone number.

To talk to one party by terminating the other Leaving a conference

CO
OR
INTERCOM

Press the CO or Confirmation On-hook.*3


INTERCOM button.*2 tone

*2 This is only available for a combination of one extension and two outside (CO) lines
or two extensions and one outside (CO) line.
*3 If the other parties are both outside lines, they will be disconnected.

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Useful Features
Ringing tone selection for CO buttons

You can select the desired ringer frequency for each outside (CO) line button.

To program

CO CO AUTO DIAL

9 9 tone type no.


PROGRAM STORE PROGRAM

Press the Dial 99. Press the CO Enter the tone Press the Press the
PROGRAM button twice. type number AUTO DIAL/ PROGRAM
button. (1 through 8). STORE button.
button.

Storing numbers for One-touch dialing

The stored number is dialed automatically by pressing an outside (CO) line button
which is assigned as a one-touch dialing button.

To program

CO AUTO DIAL
9 9 2 desired number
PROGRAM STORE PROGRAM

Press the Dial 99. Press Dial 2. Enter the desired Press the Press the
PROGRAM the number. AUTO DIAL/ PROGRAM
button. desired STORE button. button.
CO button.

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How to Use the Display


Using the Jog Dial

Using the display message and the Jog Dial, KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436
users can make a call or operate the features without programming the feature
numbers. The displays used in this page are a KX-T7431.

Extension Dialing You can make an Only items which have a


intercom call using name assigned are
Extension
the directory. displayed in alphabetical
order.
System Speed Dialing You can make a call
System Speed to a party stored in
the system using the
directory.

Station Speed Dialing You can make a call Items which have a name
Station Speed to a party stored in assigned are displayed by
your telephone using priority in stored order.
the directory. If a name is not assigned,
the number is displayed.

System Feature Access You can access the features which are displayed
in alphabetical order.*
Feature Access

* For more details about the accessible features, refer to your Digital Super Hybrid
system manual or consult with your dealer.

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How to Use the Display


KX-T7431
Operating the feature

1 Press the MODE button repeatedly to


1 set the display to the Jog Dial function
1 (the second to fifth displays).
MODE MODE
< Initial Display > < Seventh Display > < Sixth Display >
WED JAN01 03:00p Contrast: Ringer:

MODE MODE
MODE MODE MODE

< Second Display > < Third Display > < Fourth Display > < Fifth Display >
System Speed Station Speed Extension Feature Access

System Speed Station Speed Extension System Feature


Dialing Dialing Dialing Access

2 Rotate the Jog Dial


2 until the desired item
2 is at the arrow on
2 the display.

3 Press the SELECT


2 button.
→Tom Jones →BSY Ovr DNY 1/0

If a parameter is
required, the feature
name and parameter
will flash.
4 Enter a parameter, if required or follow the procedure for
4 standard operation (for System Feature Access only).

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KX-T7433
Operating the feature
1 Press the SHIFT button repeatedly to set < Third Display >
1 the display to the third display. WED JAN01 03:00p
2 Select the desired feature.* STA EXT FEAT
SHIFT
• Press the STA (S1) button
(for Station Speed Dialing).
• Press the EXT (S2) button
(for Extension Dialing).
• Press the FEAT (S3) button
(for System Feature Access).

System Speed Station Speed Extension System Feature


Dialing Dialing Dialing Access

3 Rotate the Jog Dial until


2 the desired item is at the
2 arrow on the display.

4 • Press the CALL (S3) button


2 (for System Speed Dialing,
2 Station Speed Dialing and
2 Extension Dialing).
2 • Press the SEL (S3) button
2 (for System Feature Access).

→A n n P a r k e r →B o b J o n e s →B S Y O v r D N Y 1 / 0
Alice Carol C.Pickup CO
MENU CALL MENU CALL MENU SEL

If a parameter is required,
the feature name and
parameter will flash.

5 Enter a parameter, if required or follow the procedure for


5 standard operation (for System Feature Access only).
* Step 2 can be skipped for System Speed Dialing.

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How to Use the Display


Confirming and calling back using the call log
Press the SHIFT button to set the < Second Display >
display to the second display. WED JAN01 03:00p
Select the desired call log. OLD7 NEW5
• Press the OLD (S1) button to see the SHIFT

confirmed information.
• Press the NEW (S2) button to see The sequence
the unconfirmed information. number and
caller’s number
are displayed.

• Press the INFO (S1) button to see the


information in detail. 01 :011111111
• Press the NEXT (S3) button to see INFO CLR NEXT
SHIFT
another caller’s information.

Pressing the INFO button provides


you with more information.
• Once: sequence number/caller’s
name To see another
• Twice: date/time/number of times caller’s
called (15 times max.) information
• Three times: outside line number
/outside line name

Off-hook.

Press the CALL (S1) button.

05 :011223344
CALL
SHIFT

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KX-T7436
Operating the feature
< Third Display >
1 Press the SHIFT button repeatedly to set WED JAN01 03:00p
the display to the third display.
Extension STA Speed
Features SYS Speed
2 Select the desired feature.* Call Log
• Press the STA (S1) button STA EXT FEAT
SHIFT

(for Station Speed Dialing).


• Press the EXT (S2) button
(for Extension Dialing).
• Press the FEAT (S3) button
(for System Feature Access).

System Speed Station Speed Extension System Feature


Dialing Dialing Dialing Access

3 Rotate the Jog Dial until the


3 desired item is at the arrow
3 on the display.
4 • Press the CALL (S3) button
3 (for System Speed Dialing,
3 Station Speed Dialing and
3 Extension Dialing).
2 • Press the SEL (S3) button
3 (for System Feature Access).
3 Or press the corresponding
3 buttons on the side of the display
3 (Function button).

Ronald Ann Parker Absent MSG off


Zaydel Beth Absent MSG on (→1-9)
→Adam →Bob Jones →Busy Ovrd Deny (→1/0)
Alice Carol C.Pickup CO
Ann Parker Chris C.Pickup Deny (→1/0)
MENU
MENU CALL
NEXT MENU
MENU CALL
NEXT MENU
MENU SEL
NEXT

If a parameter is required,
the parameter will flash.
5 Enter a parameter if required or follow the procedure for standard
5 operation (for System Feature Access only).
* Step 2 can be skipped for System Speed Dialing.
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How to Use the Display


Confirming and calling back using the call log
1 Press the SHIFT button to set the < Second Display >
display to the second display. WED JAN01 03:00P

Extension STA Speed


Features SYS Speed
2 Select the desired call log. Call Log
• Press the Function button (call log) OLD7 NEW5
SHIFT
to call a number previously dialed
(for the outgoing call log).
• Press the OLD (S1) button to see the
confirmed call information you To see the To see the
confirmed unconfirmed
received. information information
• Press the NEW (S2) button to see the
unconfirmed call information you
received.
Outside line number/name CO02:AB COMPANY
Caller’s telephone number 0102030405
3 Press the NEXT (S3) button to Caller’s name Bob Jones
Date and time
3 see another caller’s information.* Sequence number (01-15)
Oct30 09:03PM
SEQ01 2 Calls
/number of times called MENU
MENU CLR NEXT
(15 times max.)

Call Log, Outgoing To see another


To make a call using the caller’s
call log (last five outside information
calls you dialled).

4 • Press the corresponding


4 - button on the side of the
4 - display (for the outgoing
4 - call log).
1234567890
4 • Off-hook 111
0987654
000111222333
100200300400500
MENU CLR

5 Press the CALL (S1) button.* CO02:AB COMPANY


0102030405
Bob Jones
Oct30 09:03PM
SEQ01 2 Calls
CALL
* Step 3 and 5 can be skipped for the outgoing call log.

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Storing in Speed Dialing


Storing names and numbers at your extension for personal
use
To store a phone number

3 0 station speed dial no.

Off-hook. Dial 30. Enter the station speed dial number (0-9).

phone no.

Enter the phone number.*1 Dial #. Confirmation tone On-hook.

*1 “ ” and PAUSE can be also stored as digits.

To store a phone number


– For KX-T7431 and KX-T7433 users *2
To continue

PROGRAM
9 9 station speed dial no. desired no.

Press the PROGRAM Dial and enter the station Enter the desired number
button and dial 99. speed dial number (0-9). (16 digits max.).*3

AUTO DIAL

PROGRAM
STORE

Press the Confirmation tone Press the


AUTO DIAL/STORE button. PROGRAM button.

– For KX-T7436 users


To continue
AUTO DIAL

PROGRAM 9 9 desired no.


STORE

Press the PROGRAM Press the desired Enter the Press the
button and dial 99. function button. desired number AUTO DIAL/STORE
(16 digits max.).* 3 button.

PROGRAM

Confirmation tone Press the PROGRAM


button.

*2 This is only available for KX-TD816/1232 users.


*3 “ ”, “#”, FLASH, SECRET (INTERCOM),-(CONF) and PAUSE can be also stored.

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Storing in Speed Dialing


To store a name
– For KX-T7431 and KX-T7433 users *1

To continue
MODE NEXT
OR
PROGRAM
9 9 station speed dial no.

Press the PROGRAM Dial and enter the station Press the MODE or
button and dial 99. speed dial number (0-9). NEXT (S3) button.

AUTO DIAL

name PROGRAM
STORE

Enter the desired name Press the Confirmation Press the


(10 characters max.).* 2 AUTO DIAL/STORE button. tone PROGRAM button.

– For KX-T7436 users

To continue
NEXT AUTO DIAL

PROGRAM 9 9 name
STORE

Press the PROGRAM Press the Press the NEXT (S3) button Press the
button and dial 99. desired function and enter the desired name AUTO DIAL/STORE
button. (10 characters max.).* 2 button.

PROGRAM

Confirmation tone Press the PROGRAM


button.

*1 This is only available for KX-TD816/1232 users.


*2 To enter characters, press 2 and rotate the Jog Dial to select the character.
You can continue entering characters by pressing 2 and using the jog dial repeatedly.
To correct a wrong entry, press the TRANSFER button and enter the new one.

Example: To enter “Mike”


1 Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “M”.
2 Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “i”.
3 Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “k”.
4 Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “e”.

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Storing names and numbers in the system

As the stored numbers can be used by all of the users in the system, confirm the
stored entries with other users.

To store a phone number


NEXT
PROGRAM User Password 0 0 1

Press the Dial . Enter the user Dial 001. Press the NEXT
PROGRAM button. password. (S3) button.

AUTO DIAL
speed dial no. desired no.
STORE

Enter the speed dial Enter the desired Press the Confirmation tone* 2
number (000-499).* 1 number. AUTO DIAL/STORE
button.
HOLD

PROGRAM

Press the HOLD Press the


button. PROGRAM button.

To store a name
NEXT
PROGRAM User Password 0 0 2

Press the Dial . Enter the user Dial 002. Press the NEXT
PROGRAM button. password. (S3) button.

AUTO DIAL

speed dial no. desired name


STORE

Enter the speed dial Enter the desired Press the Confirmation tone*2
number (000-499).*1 name. AUTO DIAL/STORE
button.
HOLD

PROGRAM

Press the HOLD Press the


button. PROGRAM button.

*1 100 speed dial numbers (00-99) can be stored in the KX-TD308.


*2 You can continue entering the number/name by pressing the NEXT (S3) or
SP-PHONE button after the confirmation tone.

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Wall Mounting
1 Remove the handset hook by pulling it 4 Insert the stand in the center slots.
toward the top of the unit. Turn it
around and re-insert it.

2 Remove the attached stand. 5 Mount the unit on the wall.

3 Turn it around 180 degrees. To temporary place the handset


down during a conversation.
Hook it over the top edge of the phone
as shown.

* The illustrations used in this page are a KX-T7436.

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Installing the Card Holder


The KX-T7420 and KX-T7425 are equipped with a card holder with memory
station card. Follow the instructions below to install the card holder to the unit.

1 Place the card holder edges so that


they can be inserted under the
slide rails on the unit.
PU
SH

PU
SH

2 While pushing on the areas


marked “PUSH”, insert the edges
of the holder under the slide rails
and then slide in the direction of
arrow A . PU
SH

PU
SH

Remove the card holder:


Push the card holder in the direction
of arrow B . Then, while pressing on
the tab, pull the top of the holder in C

the direction of arrow C .


PU
SH

PU
SH

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Features List
Desired Function Operation
Setting Absent
7 5 0 message no.
Message

Account Code Entry 4 9 account code + # 9 / CO


phone no.

Sending a Call
1
Waiting tone (BSS)

All Calls
FWD/DND
2 extension no.
Busy
3 extension no.
No Answer
4 extension no.
Busy / No Answer
5 extension no.
Forwarding a call To Outside Line
6 9 phone no. #
Follow Me
7 your extension no.
Cancel
0
Cancel Follow Me
8 your extension no.

Holding To retrieve a call at the holding extension


CO
Holding a call HOLD

INTERCOM

Holding To retrieve a call on exclusive hold


Holding a call CO
HOLD HOLD
exclusively
INTERCOM

Parking a call in the


system TRANSFER
5 2 parking zone no.

Picking up a call 4 0

extension no. to an extension


Transferring a call TRANSFER CO
phone no. to an external party Announce.

7 3 1 1 Set
Call Waiting
7 3 1 0 Cancel

Three-party
third party’s no.
conference CONF CONF

All extensions &


Paging 3 3 external speaker
Announce.

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Desired Function Operation

1 Set
Do Not Disturb (DND) FWD/DND
0 Cancel

Locking your 7 7 lock code lock code Lock


extension 7 7 lock code Unlock

Clearing the setting 7 9 0

To leave a notification
MESSAGE

To cancel a notification
7 0 0 extension no.
Message Waiting
To call back
MESSAGE

To clear all notifications


7 0 0 your extension no.

Calling an operator 0

Connecting an SLT in 3 9 1 Set


parallel 3 9 0 Cancel

To store
7 4 2 phone no. #
To set / To cancel
Calling a pre-
7 4 1 Set
programmed party
(Pickup Dialing) 7 4 0 Cancel
To dial

To set
3 0 station speed dial no. phone no. #
Speed dialing
(Station) To dial
3 station speed dial no.

Speed dialing AUTO DIAL

STORE
system speed dial no.
(System)

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Important Safety Instructions


When using your telephone equipment, 7. Do not allow anything to rest on
basic safety precautions should always be the telephone cord. Do not locate
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric this product where the cord will be
shock and injury to persons, including the abused by persons walking on it.
following:
8. Do not overload wall outlets and
1. Read and understand all extension cord as this can result in
instructions. the risk of fire or electric shock.

2. Follow all warnings and 9. Never push objects of any kind


instructions marked on the product. into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous
3. Unplug this product from the wall voltage points or short out parts
outlet before cleaning. Do not use that could result in a risk of fire or
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. electric shock. Never spill liquid of
Use a damp cloth for cleaning. any kind on the product.

4. Do not use this product near water, 10. To reduce the risk of electric
for example, near a bath tub, wash shock, do not disassemble this
bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, product, but take it to a qualified
in a wet basement, or near a serviceman when some service or
swimming pool. repair work is required. Opening or
removing covers may expose you
5. Do not place this product on an to dangerous voltages or other
unstable cart, stand, or table. The risks. Incorrect reassembly can
product may fall, causing serious cause electric shock when the
damage to the product. appliance is subsequently used.

6. Slots and openings in the cabinet 11. Unplug this product from the wall
and the back or bottom are outlet and refer servicing to
provided for ventilation, to protect qualified service personnel under
it from overheating, these openings the following conditions:
must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be A. When the power supply cord or
blocked by placing the product on plug is damaged or frayed.
the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar B. If liquid has been spilled into
surface. This product should never the product.
be placed near or over a radiator or C. If the product has been exposed
heat register. This product should to rain or water.
not be placed in a built-in
installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.

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D. If the product does not operate


normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls, that are
covered by the operating
instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls
may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by
a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal
operation.
E. If the product has been dropped
or the cabinet has been
damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct
change in performance.

12. Avoid using a telephone (other


than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.

13. Do not use the telephone to report


a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.

SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS

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FCC and Other Information


NOTE: CAUTION:
This equipment has been tested and found To assure continued compliance with FCC
to comply with the limits for a Class B rules, do not make any unauthorized
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the modifications. When programming
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to emergency numbers and/or making test
provide reasonable protection against calls to emergency numbers:
harmful interference in a residential 1) Remain on the line and briefly
installation. This equipment generates, explain to the dispatcher the reason
uses and can radiate radio frequency for the call before hanging up.
energy and, if not installed and used in 2) Perform such activities in the off-
accordance with the instructions, may peak hours, such as early morning
cause harmful interference to radio hours or late evenings.
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur If there is any trouble, disconnect the unit
in a particular installation. If this from the extension line and connect a
equipment does cause harmful interference known working phone. If the known
to radio or television reception, which can working phone operates properly, have it
be determined by turning the equipment repaired by one of the specified Panasonic
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to Factory Service Centers. If the known
correct the interference by one or more of working phone does not operate properly,
the following measures: check the Electronic Modular Switching
System and the internal extension wiring.
– Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna. • Keep the unit away form heating
– Increase the separation between the appliances and electrical noise
equipment and receiver. generating devices such as fluorescent
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on lamps and motors.
a circuit different from that to which the • The unit should be kept free of dust,
receiver is connected. moisture and vibration, and should not
– Consult the dealer or an experienced be exposed to direct sunlight.
radio/TV technician for help. • Do not use benzine, thinner, or the like,
or any abrasive powder to clean the
WARNING: cabinet. Wipe it with a soft cloth.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK • Do not use any handset other than
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS Panasonic handset.
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE
OF MOISTURE.
This telephone provides magnetic
coupling for hearing aids.

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Panasonic Consumer Electronics Panasonic Sales Company (“PSC”),


Company, Division of Matsushita Division of Matsushita Electric of
Electric Corporation of America Puerto Rico, Inc.
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5, San
Jersey 07094 Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina,
Puerto Rico 00985

Printed in the United Kingdom PSQX1525ZA KU0898TT0