Panasonic 624 Phone System

Following are a few items related to the programming and set up of the Panasonic 624 Telephone System.

DISCLAIMER: Make sure that you know enough about these steps before doing anything - we don't want to be (and aren't) responsible for any problems you might encounter. If this seems to be too much work, or you aren't comfortable with it, please make arrangements to hire someone to do this for you. These items have not yet been verified to be 100% correct (due to system versions).

Programming Items

For phones without a "PROGRAM" button,
Use phone set as Extension 101.
Move MEMORY switch on rear or side of the phone from SET to PROGRAM.
When finished, move MEMORY switch from PROGRAM to SET.


For phones with a "PROGRAM" button,
Use phone set as Extension 101
press PROGRAM * # 1234, then continue.
When finished, lift the handset to exit programming.



Setting the Time

Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Dial 000
Press NEXT ("Sp-phone")
Press Right Arrow (FWD/DND) four times until you see the time displayed
Change the hour with the keypad
Press Right Arrow (FWD/DND) to reach the minutes field
Change minutes with the keypad, if necessary
Press AUTO DIAL/STORE
Press HOLD


Program System-Wide Speed Dial Numbers

Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 001
Press NEXT
Display shows "SPD Code? ->"
Enter 000-499 (for the speed dial number/position you wish to add).
Enter 9 then the number that you wish to store.
Press AUTODIAL/ STORE button when finished.
To get to the next dial number press NEXT


Programming One-Touch Speed Dial Buttons (on individual phones)

Press PROGRAM 99
Press the button where the speed dial is to be located
Press 2
Press 9 then the number that you wish to store.
Press STORE
Lift the handset to exit programming


Set Up Caller ID Logging

Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 900
Enable Caller ID for the CO lines you have Caller ID on.


Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 901
If you are able to make any calls without the need to dial the area code first, enter those area codes. These area code numbers are removed from Caller ID log information, which will allow the calls to be made without dialing extra digits (which may cause the call to fail). If you must dial the area code, leave this as is.


Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 902
If you do not need to dial 1 or the area code to make local calls, then you can leave this in the default setting (which is to remove the area code and not add any other digits).
If you do need to dial 1 and/or the area code for local calls, needed, make changes accordingly so that the area code is not removed. If you need to also dial 1 before the area code, add this in the settings.
 

Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 903
When returning a long distance call, the system default is to leave the area code and add a 1. If you do not need to dial 1 when calling, make adjustments as needed.


Use steps listed above to enter program mode
Display shows "USR-PRGM NO? ->"
Press 909
You can enable Call Log Assignment for each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. For logging at all phones, use the * (star) key.
 


Phone Programming:
Program a button for Caller ID Indication on each phone where you want to log Caller ID information. Press PROGRAM, then the button you want to use for Caller ID Indication (usually the top button in the left column), then 96, then STORE, then HOLD, then PROGRAM. (If you want a phone to record Caller ID information individually, rather than for the whole system, use 6 instead of 96.)
At each phone where you want to log all calls, press INTERCOM, then 7382#.


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