Instructions for Programming a Panasonic KX-T7030 Phone System

By Cameron Easey

The Panasonic KX-T7030 is a speakerphone that can display 12 lines. This phone offers customization for personal preferences and programmable buttons for quick dialing. Features include a mute button and those for forwarding, transferring and intercom/conference use.

Initial Setup

Step 1

Set the contrast of the display by moving the “Contrast” selector switch to the desired setting. You have the choice between “High,” “MD” and “Low.”

Step 2

Determine if you want to use a headset or a handset while at your desk. Move the “Handset/Headset” switch to the desired option.

Step 3

Adjust the volume of the headset or handset by using the “Handset Volume” selector. Move the selector to set the desired volume level.

Step 4

Set the volume of the ringer by moving the “Ringer” selection switch. You have the option for “High,” “Low” or “Off.”

Step 5

Change the volume level of the speaker by using the “Volume” selector. Slide the selector to the desired volume level.

Program the Phone

Step 1

Verify that you have the handset set on the hook. Set the “Memory” switch to the “Program” option to put the phone in programming mode.

Step 2

Press the programmable feature button “F” that you want to program. Enter the one-touch code to use to dial, such as “3.”

Step 3

Enter the phone number to dial by pressing the numbers on the keypad.

Step 4

Press the “Auto Dial Store” button to complete the button programming. Move the “Memory” switch to the “Set” option to exit the Programming Mode.

Step 5

Repeat this process to program another programmable feature button.

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