Panasonic - 2-line - With Answering Machine - With Speakerphone - With LCD Display - With Conference Calling - With Voicemail
The KX-TG2000B is a full telephone system capability on 2 separate telephone lines. The base master unit and each cordless handset communicate in both directions using Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Digital transmission for secure, ultra clear conversations. Up to 8 cordless handsets can be used in this system offering many PBX functions without wiring as in conventional small telephone systems. The KX-TG2000B base unit houses an all-digital voice mail system that provides one general ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Panasonic KX-TG2000B photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|ilikeit||3:12pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|Horrible- i have had nothing but problems with my system in my business. Operating a small business or professional office and trying to find the ideal phone system is quite a chore.|
|etr9j||2:12am on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|Works fine as a phone. Evaluate your phone needs first! As you can read from the many reviews there is a love/hate relationship with these multi-line phones.|
|Aberfal||12:11am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|Worst PHONE ever!!!! I purchased this phone in May 2004 - I have had nothing but problems with the unit and handsets.|
|gintn||10:22pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!! I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say is WOW!!!!|
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Call Transfer Status... 63 Call Operator Status... 64 Answering System... 65 Setting the Answering System Base Unit... 65 Listening to Messages with the Base Unit.. 68 Transferring a Message... 70 Erasing a Message.... 70 Listening to Messages with the Cordless Handset. 71 Transferring a Message... 72 Erasing a Message.... 73 Listening to Messages in the General Delivery Mailbox. 73 Delivering Your Own Message Base Unit Handset.. 74 Other Voice Mail System Features... 75 Call Monitoring Feature Base Unit... 75 Recording Mode Base Unit.. 75 Transferring a Call to a Personal Mailbox Base Unit.. 76 Checking the Remaining Recording Time and Number of Messages Base Unit. 76 Message Menu Mode Base Unit Handset.. 77 Automatic Message Delete Feature Base Unit.. 77 Erasing All Messages in Mailboxes Base Unit.. 78 Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone.. 79 How to Access the Voice Mail System.. 79 Pager Call Base Unit Handset... 82 Storing a Pager Number... 82 Storing the Pager Display Number... 83 Setting the Unit to Call a Pager... 84
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Useful Information Chapter 5 7
Using the Handset Belt Clip... 85 Wall Mounting for the Charger... 85 Using an Optional Headset Base Unit Handset.. 86 Clearing Settings Base Unit Handset... 89 Handset Battery Replacement.. 90 Backup Battery Replacement... 90 RESET Button... 91 Adding Another Phone.. 91 Error Messages... 92 Before Requesting Help... 95 Important Safety Instructions...102 FCC and Other Information...104 Index....106
Location of Controls
LINE 1 Button and LINE 2 Button and Indicator Indicator (p. 26, 28, 30, 31) (p. 26, 28, 30, 31) Display (p. 11)
(TONE) Button (p. 46) (HOLD) Button (CONF) (Conference)
Button (p. 35) Antenna (p. 4, 13)
(p. 28, 31)
2-LINE DIGITA L CORD LESS
CONF HOLD STOP VOICE MAIL
CALL WA IT/FIAS H
DIGITAL SP-PHO NE
E M AIL
BACK LOU SEARC D/ H FWD
MIC (Microphone) (p. 26, 30, 60, 66)
INTERCOM/TRANSFER Buttons ((ALL), (1) to (8))
Button (p. 46, 47)
(p. 32, 34)
Button (p. 39, 43, 46)
(REDIAL) Button (p. 27)
BATTERY Indicator (p. 12)
DIGITAL SP-PHONE (Speakerphone) /HEADSET
Button and Indicator (p. 26, 30, 32, 87)
(VOICE MAIL) Button (p. 68, 74)
(STOP) Button (p. 69, 75)
LINE 2 (ANSWER!ON) Button and Indicator (p. 59, 65) LINE 1 (ANSWER!ON) Button and Indicator (p. 59, 65)
Off (invisible) On Flashing Flashing quickly The line is free. The line is being used. A call is on hold. The Automated Attendant System or Answering System is responding to a call (p. 58, 65). A call is being received.
CThe battery icon indicates the battery strength (p. 17). DThe handset number ( to ) is displayed in the standby mode (p. 19, 53). The display shows the dialed number, call status, programming options and directory items etc. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, caller information will be displayed (p. 40).
Backlit LCD displays
Both the base unit and cordless handset have a backlit LCD display. The lighted cordless handset display will stay on for about 10 seconds after pressing a button or lifting the handset off the charger.
Installing the Backup Battery in the Base Unit
A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery works as emergency power during a power failure. The fully charged backup battery provides the base unit with a minimum of 20 minutes operation. The battery is charged in the base unit while the AC adaptor is connected (p. 13). It takes about 10 hours to charge fully.
Open the battery cover.
Install the backup battery in the battery compartment. Close the battery cover.
BATTERY Indicator: The BATTERY indicator lights while the battery is being charged. (This is normal.) During a power failure (or if the AC adaptor is disconnected), the BATTERY indicator shows the battery strength: Full to Medium: The indicator lights. Low: The indicator flashes. No power: The indicator light is off.
The battery cannot be overcharged. If the backup battery has been discharged during a power failure, the unit will not work. If required, you can connect a standard telephone on the same line. See page 91.
Connecting the Handset and AC Adaptor
Fasten the AC adaptor cord to prevent it from being disconnected. Power Outlet (AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
Hook AC Adaptor PQLV12
Use only a Panasonic Handset for the KX-TG2000B. USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQLV12 (Order No. PQLV12Z). The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.) The BATTERY indicator lights while the AC adaptor is connected with the backup battery installed (p. 12). (This is normal.)
Connecting the Telephone Line Cord(s)
Connect the telephone line cord(s) to the base unit.
To connect a two-line telephone jack
4-Wire Telephone Line Cord with GREEN Plugs
Two-Line Telephone Jack (RJ14C)
To connect two single-line telephone jacks
Single-Line Telephone Jacks (RJ11C)
2-Wire Telephone Line Cord with TRANSPARENT Plugs
If you use the unit as a single-line telephone only
(ENTER) is used to select or save a programming setting.
6. When programming is complete, a confirmation tone sounds. The display will return to the main menu or the sub-menu (if the function item is in the sub-menu). You can continue programming other items. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).
Useful information: You can go back to the previous display by pressing I except when entering characters or numbers. To return to the main menu from the sub-menu, press I. You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (EXIT). If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds, the unit will return to the standby mode. If the unit detects a problem, an error message will be displayed (p. 92).
Registration for Additional Cordless Handsets Base Unit & Handset
The included cordless handset is pre-registered at the factory and assigned the handset number 1. Do not try to register the handset number 1 which has  on the display. Optional handsets must be registered at the base unit. You can add up to 7 optional handsets to the handset number 1. Only one handset can be registered at a time. The handset number is used as the extension number (p. 32, 58). The model number of the optional cordless handset is KX-TGA200B. To order, contact your dealer or call 1-800-211-PANA(7262) to locate a dealer. Make sure that the base unit and cordless handset are in the standby mode. Registration must be completed within 1 minute.
Base unit: Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Registration, and press H. Press or until the arrow points to HS registration, and press H.
Base unit/cordless handset: Wait until a beep sounds on the base unit and handset and until both of the displays show the assigned handset number. Ex. Handset number is 2.
Cordless Handset Handset2 registered To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT). The handset number ( to ) will be displayed on the handset.
Cordless handset: Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Registration, and press H. While HS registration is at the arrow, press H.
You can store a PIN (Personal Identification Number) to prevent unauthorized persons from registering and using a cordless handset (p. 52). Once the PIN is set, you must enter the PIN at registration (p. 53). If you forget your PIN, please refer to Clearing Settings (p. 89).
Date and Time Adjustment Base Unit
Make sure that the base unit is in the standby mode.
Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Date and time, and press H.
Date:2000.01.01 Time:12:00 AM =PM ENTER=Save
Select AM or PM by pressing
Date:2000.04.07 Time:09:30 PM =AM ENTER=Save
A beep sounds. The clock starts working. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).
#Enter the year, and month and day using 4-digit numbers. Ex. To set Apr. 7, 2000, enter 2000and 0407. $Enter the time (hour and minute) using a 4-digit number. Ex. To set 9:30, enter 0930.
When the base unit and handset ringer volumes are set to OFF, they will not ring (p. 22).
Transferring a Call
You can transfer an external call between the base unit and a cordless handset, or between two cordless handsets.
During a call, press the corresponding TRANSFER button ((1) to (8)) to page the handset. To page all handsets, press TRANSFER (ALL).
The call is put on hold and the line indicator flashes. Even if you press TRANSFER (ALL), only the handset user who answers first can take the transferred call.
During a call, press (TRANSFER).
The call is put on hold and Press extension No. to transfer is displayed.
To page the base unit, enter (0). To page another handset, enter the extension number ((1) to (8)). If required, wait for the paged party to answer, and you can announce the transfer. If not required, go to step 4.
If the paged party does not answer, press the relevant line button.
If required, wait for the handset user to answer, and you can announce the transfer. If not required, go to step 3.
To complete the transfer, replace the handset on the base unit or press (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE).
To complete the transfer, press (TALK) or place the handset on the charger.
To answer a transferred call with the base unit: Lift the handset or press (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE) after the rings.
After the paging party hangs up, you can talk to the outside caller. You can press the relevant line button instead of pressing (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE) to talk to the outside caller.
To answer a transferred call with the cordless handset: Press (TALK) or lift the handset off the charger after the rings.
After the paging party hangs up, you can talk to the outside caller. You can press the relevant line button instead of pressing (TALK) to talk to the outside caller.
If the paged party does not answer within about 30 seconds after you hang up, the transferred call will be returned to you with a sounding tone from the base. If you still do not answer the callers call within 2 minutes, the automated attendant will respond to the caller (p. 58). You may answer the caller by pressing the relevant line button before the sounding tone or before the start of the automated attendant. You may also transfer the caller into the callers intended extension mailbox by performing the three procedures: 1) telling the caller the intended extension number with the # sign, 2) your pressing the VOICE MAIL ( ) button on the base unit, and 3) your hanging up the line, so the intended extension mailbox will be presented to the caller (p. 76). If the incoming call is answered by a cordless handset, the call can also be transferred to other mailbox by the above procedures 1), 2) (VOICE MAIL button on the handset) and 3). Any users can take a transferred call by pressing the relevant line button.
The order in which patterns a d are displayed depends on how the telephone number is displayed in step 2.
FRED PARKER b 234-321-5555 11:20A JAN.12
FRED PARKER c 1-321-5555 11:20A JAN.12
FRED PARKER d 1-234-321-5555 11:20A JAN.12
After editing the number, you can continue with calling back or storing procedures. To call back, if using the base unit, lift the handset or press (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE). If using the cordless handset, press (TALK). To store the number in the directory, press (ENTER) (see page 44, from step 3).
The number edited in step 3 will not be maintained in the Caller List.
Storing Caller List Information in the Directory
The base unit and cordless handsets can store names and phone numbers that are in the Caller List into the directory. Make sure that the base unit/cordless handset is in the standby mode.
to find the desired
If the number requires editing, see page 43.
CINDY TURNER 1-234-456-7890 11:20A JAN.12
Press (ENTER) again.
CINDY TURNER 12344567890
If there is no name information for the caller, Enter name will be displayed. a) If a name is not required, press (ENTER). b) If a name is required, enter the name (p. 37), and press (ENTER).
Enter CINDY IH
name: TURNER ENTER=Save
If the display shows Memory is full in step 4, press (EXIT). To erase stored items from the directory, see page 39. You cannot store caller information in the directory if a phone number is not displayed.
Erasing Caller List Information
After checking the Caller List, the base unit and cordless handsets can erase some or all of their entries. Make sure that the base unit/cordless handset is in the standby mode.
To erase a specific caller from the Caller List
Press or to find the caller you want to erase from the caller list. Press (CLEAR).
A beep sounds and the information is erased. To erase other items, repeat from step 2. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).
TOM REAGAN 1-666-444-5555 12:20A JAN.12
To erase all entries in the Caller List
Make sure this display is shown.
new call H= D i r e c t o r y clear? CLEAR=Yes
All I= N o
A beep sounds and all entries are erased.
Enter the PIN (p. 52).
HS registration Enter PIN:---ENTER=Set
If you enter the wrong PIN, press (CLEAR), and enter the PIN again.
Press (ENTER). Base unit/cordless handset: Wait until a beep sounds on the base unit and handset and until both of the displays show the assigned handset number. Ex. Handset number is 5.
Cordless Handset Handset5 registered To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT). The handset number ( to ) will be displayed on the handset.
Canceling Cordless Handset Registration Base Unit & Handset
If you no longer need to use a cordless handset or if you need to register a handset to a different base unit of the same model, it may be necessary to cancel the registration. Only one handset can be canceled at a time. Make sure that the base unit and cordless handset are in the standby mode.
Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Registration, and press H. Press or until the arrow points to Deregistration, and press H.
The registered handset numbers are displayed.
Deregister? Handset3 CLEAR=Yes I=No To stop, press I.
Deregistering HS No.:12345678 ENTER=Set IH
Press H or I to move the cursor to the handset number to be canceled. Press (ENTER).
Deregister? Handset3 CLEAR=Yes I= N o
To stop, press I.
A beep sounds and Clear is displayed. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).  will be displayed.
A beep sounds and Clear is displayed. To cancel registration of another handset, start again from step 3. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).
The canceling procedure must be carried out with both the base unit and the cordless handset.
The cordless handset will not work. To use it again, registration will be required (p. 19, 53).
Selecting the Line Mode Base Unit
If the line is connected to a low voltage system such as a PBX, set to B. Otherwise, the line indicator may not operate properly, the Call Waiting Caller ID feature may not be used (p. 46), you may not hear the incoming call tone (p. 51), and the unit may not alert your pager (p. 82). Both lines are preset to A. Make sure that the base unit is in the standby mode.
Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Line setting, and press H. Press or until the arrow points to Set line mode, and press H.
Select B or A by pressing or for each line. To move to the other line, press H or I. Press (ENTER).
Line mode Line1 Line2 A A
Erasing the Directory, Caller List and Redial List Base Unit Handset
You can erase all entries in the directory, caller list and redial list. Programming must be carried out separately for the base unit and cordless handset(s). Make sure that the base unit/cordless handset is in the standby mode.
To erase the recorded message: Follow steps 1 and 2. Press (3) while the message is being played.
The unit will answer with the pre-recorded greeting message. You can adjust the handset volume by pressing or.
Call Transfer Status
When a caller specifies an extension by pressing the extension number ((1) to (8)) followed by (#), the call is connected to that extension, and the extension can take the call. If the extension user is on another call or does not answer, a list of options (Incomplete Call Handling Menu) is announced to guide the caller. If the handset answer mode is ON (p. 61), the caller can leave a message in the mailbox.
If a caller presses an invalid extension number, Sorry this number is not assigned is announced. The caller can call the operator or another extension or leave a message in the general delivery mailbox following the Incomplete Call Handling Menu.
Caller specifies an extension.
Handset Answer mode OFF
Handset Answer mode ON
Call taken within 5 rings.
Busy Sorry, this line is busy
Not answered within 5 rings
The personal greeting message is announced after the second ring.
Records a message Talk Incomplete Call Handling Status
*If memory is full, 3 beeps
sound and Sorry, there is no space for recording is announced. The caller can call another extension or the operator following the Incomplete Call Handling Menu.
The Incomplete Call Handling Menu is announced up to 3 times; To leave a message, press 1. To call another extension, press 2. To call the operator, press 0.
Calls another extension.
Calls the operator (p. 64)
Call Operator Status
When a caller specifies the operator by pressing (0) and (#), the call is connected to the operator. If the operator is on another call or does not answer, a list of options (Incomplete Call Handling Menu) is announced to guide the caller. The caller can leave a message in the general delivery mailbox or call an extension. The operator will also be responsible for answering and handling calls that have been transferred. Caller specifies the operator
To repeat a message To skip a message Press (1) or I. (If you press within 5 seconds of playback, the previous message will be played.) Press (2) or H. (The next message is played.)
To adjust the handset volume (High, Medium or Low): Press or during playback. Ex. High
Each time you press change. or , the volume level will Loud Low High
During playback, the display shows the name and/or number of the caller whose message is being played. To call back the displayed number: During playback, press (TALK).
You can press a line button instead of pressing (TALK). The unit stops playback and automatically dials the displayed phone number. JACK SMITH 1-234-567-8901 ---Message 1---
After listening to a message left in your mailbox, you can transfer it to other mailboxes.
Enter the destination mailbox numbers using the corresponding dialing buttons ((0), (1) to (8)). For the general delivery mailbox, enter (0).
Transfer message BoxNo.:12--5--80 =Cancel #=OK
The mailbox numbers and To accept, press #. To cancel, press are announced. If you make a mistake, press (*) and start again from step 1.
Transfer message BoxNo.:12--5--80
We recommend you erase unnecessary messages after each playback. While the message you want to erase is being played or before the start of the next message, press (3) or (CLEAR).
A beep sounds and Message erased is heard. The unit will play the next message.
Listening to Messages in the General Delivery Mailbox
You can access the general delivery mailbox from your handset.
If the direct handset access mode is OFF (p. 57), enter the mailbox password and press (#). If you have new messages, listen to all of them.
This is the general delivery mailbox is heard. After the number of new messages is announced, new messages will be played.
After listening to all new messages; To listen to all messages, press (1). To return to your mailbox, press (4). To end the operation, press.
Listening to personal mailbox messages from the base unit
If the handset battery has no power or the cordless handset cannot be used any more, you (or the operator) can access your mailbox from the base unit. 1. Press.
If you have new messages, listen to all of them.
Delete message BoxNo.:--------H= N e x t
To erase the greeting messages at the same time, press or to select Greet.&Incoming. If not required, go to step 7.
BoxNo.:1--45---0 Greet.&Incoming CLEAR=Delete
A beep sounds and Clear will be displayed. To return to the standby mode, press (EXIT).
Enter the mailbox numbers where messages are to be erased, using the corresponding dialing buttons ((1) to (8)). Enter (0) for the general delivery mailbox.
If you make a mistake, press the number again to delete.
The Caller List information will not be erased. To erase the Caller List information, see page 45 or 55.
BoxNo.:1--45---0 Incoming message CLEAR=Delete
Remote Operation from a Touch Tone Phone
You can access the Voice Mail System from any touch tone phone if the Automated Attendant System or the Answering System is on for either line. You can listen to recorded messages in your mailbox and the general delivery mailbox, and you can transfer the messages and deliver your own messages to other mailboxes. When you access your mailbox, you are required to enter the mailbox password (p. 57).
How to Access the Voice Mail System
Call the lines phone number to which the Automated Attendant System or the Answering System is assigned.
Press (*) and enter your mailbox password during or after the greeting message.
Automated voice prompt will not come on until the last digit of the password (p. 57) is entered. A beep sounds and then Mailbox (No.) or This is the general delivery mailbox is heard.
After the number of new messages is announced, new messages will be played. After each message playback, the Message Menu is announced (if the Message Menu mode is on p. 77):
To repeat this message, press 1. To play the next message, press 2. To erase this message, press 3. To transfer this message, press 7. (p. 80)
If required, enter a command.
After playing back all new messages, the Command Menu is announced: To play all messages, press 1. (p. 80) To deliver a message, press 2. (p. 80) To change the personal greeting, press 3. (for personal mailboxes only p. 80) To change to the general delivery mailbox, press 4. (for personal mailboxes only p. 81) To end this call, press. If required, enter a command.
To end remote operation, press (*) and hang up.
During message playback
During playback or before the start of the next message; To repeat the message, press (1). To play the next message, press (2). To erase the message, press (3).
To transfer a message
After listening to a message, you can transfer it to other mailboxes. 1. During playback or before the start of the next message, press (7). 2. Enter the destination mailbox numbers using the corresponding dialing buttons ((0), (1) to (8)). For the general delivery mailbox, enter (0). 3. Press (#).
To listen to all messages
While the Command Menu is announced (p. 79), press (1).
To deliver your own message
You can send an identical message of up to 3 minutes, to several mailboxes. 1. While the Command Menu is announced (p. 79), press (2). 2. Enter the destination mailbox numbers using the corresponding dialing buttons ((0), (1) to (8)). For the general delivery mailbox, enter (0). 3. Press (#). 4. Talk clearly after the tone. To end, press (1). 5. Press (2). 6. Press (*) and hang up.
To change the personal greeting message (for personal mailboxes only)
You can change the mailbox personal greeting message. 1. While the Command Menu is announced (p. 79), press (3). 2. Press (1). 3. Talk clearly after the tone. To end, press (1). 4. Press (2). 5. Press (*) and hang up.
To switch to the general delivery mailbox from your personal mailbox
After entering your mailbox, you can switch to the general delivery mailbox to listen to messages. 1. While the Command Menu is announced (p. 79), press (4).
2. After listening to all new messages; To listen to all messages, press (1). To return to your mailbox, press (4). To end the operation, press (*) and hang up.
Interrupting remote operation
If a user is accessing a mailbox from a remote location, and you mistakenly answer the call; 1. Press. 2. If you are using the base unit, place the handset or press (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE). If you are using the cordless handset, press (TALK). The user can then access the mailbox.
Calling the Answering System to leave a message in the general delivery mailbox without entering the password
Press (*) twice during the greeting message. The unit skips the rest of the message and you can leave your message after the tone.
Answering System 81
The Automated Attendant System and the Answering System cannot be turned on from a remote location.
This feature allows the unit to alert your pager when your mailbox has received an incoming message from an outside caller. (When a message has been transferred or delivered from another user, the unit will not alert your pager.) You can retrieve the message from a touch tone telephone (p. 79). If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the callers telephone number will be displayed on your pager. First store a pager number and the pager display number with the base unit or each cordless handset (p. 82, 83), then set the unit to call the pager. Programming must be carried out separately for the base unit and cordless handset(s). Make sure that the base unit/cordless handset is in the standby mode.
Storing a Pager Number
Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Pager setting, and press H. While Pager number is at the arrow, press H.
Enter pager No.:
If the number has already been stored, it will be displayed.
Enter your pager number, and press (PAUSE) twice.* Enter the access code, if required by your pager company, and press (PAUSE) twice again.* OR If you use a 1-800 pager number with a pager PIN code: Enter the 1-800 number, and press (PAUSE) 3 times.* Enter the pager PIN code, and press (PAUSE) twice.*
If you misdial, press (CLEAR). Digits are erased from the right. To erase all the digits, press and hold (CLEAR). You can enter a total of 44 digits.
*Pager companies require a delay after the pager number and/or the access code is dialed. For a 1-800 pager number, a delay will be required after the pager number and the pager PIN code are dialed. Contact your pager company regarding the required pause time. Pressing (PAUSE) once creates a 3.5 second delay and counts as one digit. If the line(s) has(have) rotary or pulse service, press (*) between the pager number and (PAUSE) in step 4. If you stored a 1-800 pager number, alphanumeric voice dispatch pager services will not work with this function.
Storing the Pager Display Number
After storing one of the units phone numbers, you can check that pager number is stored correctly. This phone number will be displayed on your pager if the message is received from an area which does not provide a caller ID service or a caller requests not to show his/her information.
Press (FUNCTION). Press or until the arrow points to Pager setting, and press H. Press or until the arrow points to Pager display #, and press H.
Enter display # is displayed. If the number has already been stored, it will be displayed.
To check the stored pager number and pager display number
1. Press (FUNCTION), and select Pager setting by pressing or , and press H. 2. Select Calling pager by pressing or , and press H. 3. If using the base unit, press (DIGITAL!SP-PHONE). OR If using the cordless handset, press (TALK).
System is busy. Please try again later.
Please lift up and try again
Memory is full
(base unit only)
The remaining recording time or the number of messages which can still be recorded is 0. Erase unnecessary messages (p. 70, 73). The dialed number is restricted. Cancel the restriction (p. 51). You tried to check the number or set the unit to call the pager without first storing the pager number (p. 82). You entered a wrong PIN (p. 52, 53). Enter the correct PIN. The handsets have not been registered to the base unit when you try to cancel the handset registration (p. 54). The handset you are registering has already been registered.
Please set pager number Incorrect PIN. Try again. No registered handset (base unit
Not available. Please deregister HS
When you tried to register the cordless handset, the handset and base unit could not link for some reason, such as interference from other electrical appliances. Take the handset and base unit away from the electrical appliances and try again. 8 handsets have already been registered to the base unit. To cancel another handset registration, see page 54. You selected a password which is the same as another mailbox (p. 57). Select another one. The handset you tried to make a call or access the mailbox has not been registered to the base unit. Register the handset (p. 19, 53).
Please enter another password Invalid. Please register to the base unit
If the unit detects a problem, one of the following messages will be announced.
Sorry, there is no space for recording Incorrect entry
The remaining recording time or the number of messages which can still be recorded is 0. Erase unnecessary messages (p. 70, 73, 80). An invalid extension number was entered when transferring or delivering a message. Make sure that the handset is registered to the base unit (p. 19, 53). You entered your own mailbox number when transferring or delivering a message (p. 70, 72, 74). You tried to access the general delivery mailbox from the handset or access a personal mailbox from the base unit while another user was listening to the messages there (p. 73, 81).
If you cannot solve your problem, call our customer call center at 1-800-211-PANA(7262). Panasonics e-mail address for customer inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY
Useful Information Chapter 5
Important Safety Instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal injury. 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit. 3. Unplug this unit from AC outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 4. Do not use this unit near water, for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or the like. 5. Place this unit securely on a stable surface. Serious damage and/or injury may result if the unit falls. 6. Do not cover slots and openings on the unit. They are provided for ventilation and protection against overheating. Never place the unit near radiators, or in a place where proper ventilation is not provided. 7. Use only the power source marked on the unit. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local power company. 8. Do not place objects on the power cord. Install the unit where no one can step or trip on the cord. 9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire or electric shock. 10. Never push any objects through slots in this unit. This may result in the risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill any liquid on the unit. 11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this unit. Take the unit to an authorized servicenter when service is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the unit is subsequently used. 12. Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to an authorized servicenter when the following conditions occur: A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. B. If liquid has been spilled into the unit. C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. D. If the unit does not work normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only controls covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment may require extensive work by an authorized servicenter. E. If the unit has been dropped or physically damaged. F. If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance. 13. During thunderstorms, avoid using telephones except cordless types. There may be a remote risk of an electric shock from lightning. 14. Do not use this unit to report a gas leak, when in the vicinity of the leak.
To order by phone, call 1-800-332-5368 To order by web, visit http://www.pstc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsListChoice.asp Model No Spec Ni-MH : 70AAAx3 Model no for telephone Panasonic KX-TGA230 TGA271 TGA272 TG2352 TG2382 Panasonic KX-FPG378 TG2302 TG2318 TG2336 TG2357 TG2880 TG5213 TG5425 TG5438 TG5480 TG5822 TG6500 TG5653
Ni-MH : 90AAAx3 Capacity 830mAh
FPG379 TG2303 TG2319 TG2343 TG2386 TG5050 TG5230 TG5426 TG5439 TG5543 TG5831 TG6502 TGA520
FPF 391 TG2308 TG2322 TG2344 TG2388 TG5055 TG5240 TG5428 TG5451 TG5561 TG5832 TG5631 TGA523
TG2312 TG2313 TG2314 TG2316 TG2323 TG2326 TG2328 TG2335 TG2346 TG2348 TG2355 TG2356 TG2396 TG2480 TG2488 TG2489 TG5200 TG5202 TG5210 TG5212 TG5243 TG5421 TG5422 TG5423 TG5431 TG5432 TG5433 TG5436 TG5452 TG5453 TG5456 TG5471 TG5566 TG5571 TG5576 TG5821 TG5838 TG5839 TG5861 TG5871 TG5632 TG5634 TG5651 TG5652 TGA550 TGA551 TGA552 TGA650
Ni-MH : 90AAAx2 Capacity 830mAh
Panasonic KX-TG2411 TG2420 TG2421 TG2422 TG2423 TG2424 TG2431 TG2432 TG2433 TG2434 TG2620 TG2621 TG2622 TG2623 TG2624 TG2628 TG2629 TG2631 TG2632 TG2633 TG2634 TG2638 TG2810 TG2811 TG2815 TG2820 TG2822 TG2825 TG2826 TG2831 TG2832 TG2835 TG2836 TG2853 TG2854 TG2873 TG2910 TG2920 TG2922 TG2931 TG2932 TG2935 TG2936 TG5621 TG5631 TG5632 TG5652 TG5672 TG5761 TG5762 TG5766 TG5767 TG5771 TG5776 TG5778 TG5779 TG6700 TG6702 TGA570 TGA571 TGA572 TGA670
Ni-MH : 65AAAx3 Capacity 650mAh
Panasonic KX-TG3021 TG3022 TG3031 TG3032 TG3033 TG3034 TG3510 TG3511 TG3520 TG3521 TG3522 TG3526 TG3531 TG3532 TG3533 TG3536 TG6021 TG6022 TG6023 TG6025 TG6026 TG6031 TG6032 TG6033 TG6034 TG6051 TG6052 TG6053 TG6054 TG6071 TG6072 TG6073 TG6074 TG6075 TGA300 TGA301 TGA351 TGA600 TGA601 KX-GT GT1500 GT1540 GTA150 - IP Phone
Ni-MH : 35AAX3 Capacity 350mAh
Panasonic KX-T3610 T3620 T3640 T3702 T3705 T3710 T3712 T3720 T3725 T3730 T3732 T3800 T3805 T3807 T3822 T3823 T3824 T3825 T3832 T3848 T3850 T3855 T3860 T3870 T3875 T3908 T3910 T3912 T3920 T3925 T3930 T3932 T3935 T3940 T3945 T3950 T3960 T3962 T3965 T3967 T3968 T3980 T4108 T4109 T4168 T4169 T4200 T4300 T4310 T4330 T4340 T4342 T4350 T4360 T4365 T4370 T4400 T4410 T4500 T4550 T4600 TC100 TC109 TC150 TC155 TC157 TC160 TC162 TC162B TC163 TC165 TC170 TC180 TC183 TC185 TC187 TC190 TC197 TC280 TC282 TC289 TC906 TCC106 TCC116 TCC425 TCM410 TCM410-M TCM412 TCM412-B TCM415 TCM417 TCM418 TCM420 TCM422 TCM424 TCM440 TCM440-B
To order by phone, call 1-800-332-5368 To order by web, visit http://www.pstc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsListChoice.asp Model No Spec Ni-MH : 35AAX3 Capacity 350mAh Model no for telephone
Fits Cobra, GE, V-Tech, Nortwestern Bell, AT&T Southwestern Bell and SANYO CordlessPhone
Ni-MH : 35AAX3 Capacity 350mAh Fits AT&T, GE, Sears, Sony, Pacific Bell Bell South, Pac.Tel and Mognavox CordlessPhone
Ni-MH : 35AAX2 Capacity 350mAh Panasonic KX-TC1000 TC1000B TC1001 TC1001W TC1002
TC1005 TC1010 TC1040 TC1040W
Ni-MH : 120AAX3 Capacity 1150mAh
Panasonic KX-TG2396 TG2397 TG2400 TG2400B TG2405 TG2500 TG2505 TG2550 TG2560 TG2565 TG2570 TG2575
Ni-MH : 100AAX3 Capacity 1000mAh
Panasonic KX-TG2205 TG2207 TG2215 TG2217 TG2219 TG2227 TG2236 TG2237 TG2239 TG2247 TG2257 TG2267 TG2700 TG2720 TG2730 TG2740 TG2750 TG2770 TG2970 TG2970B TG5100 TG5110 TGA270 TGA273 TGA290 TGA290B TGA510
To order by phone, call 1-800-332-5368 To order by web, visit http://www.pstc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsListChoice.asp Model No Spec Ni-MH : 70AAX3 Model no for telephone Panasonic KX-TA38 FPC161 FPC165 FPC166 T800 T3800 T3815 T3821 T3830 T3831 T3835 T3842 T3845 T3880 T3900 TC901 TC904 TC907 TC907B TC911 TC917 TC917HSB TC933 TC933B TC934 TC934B TC935 TC935B TC955RUB TC956RUB TC976RUB TC1400 TC1401 TC1401B TC1403 TC1404 TC1405 TC1408 TC1410 TC1410B TC1413 TC1430 TC1430W TC1431 TC1431W TC1447 TC1447PK TC1450 TC1451B TC1451 TC1457 TC1460 TC1460B TC1460W TC1461 TC1461B TC1481 TC1481B TC1484 TC1493 TC1493CB TC1493CW TC1500 TC1501 TC1501B TC1520 TC1520B TC1503 TC1507 TC1696 TC1700 TC1701 TC1701B TC1703 TC1710 TC1710B TC1711 TC1711B TC1713 TC1720 TC1720B TC1721 TC1721B TC1722 TC1723 TC1731 TC1731B TC1733 TC1733CB TC1740 TC1740B TC1741 TC1741B TC1742 TC1743 TC1750 TC1750B TC1800 TC1800B TC1850 TC1850B TC1867 TC1870 TC1870B TC1890 TC1890B TC9568XB TCM939 TCM939B TCM941 TCM943 TCM944 TCM944B TCM947 TCM947B TCL100B Fits IBM, NorthwesternBell, SONY and Uniden Cordless Phone
Ni-MH : 150AAX3
P-P510A -> Replaced by HHR-P505A
Panasonic KX-TG200 TG200ALB TG200CB TG210 TG210ALB TGM240 TGM240B TC1801 TC1802 TC1805 TC1808 TC1811 TC1812 TC1831 TC1832 TC1851 TC1852 TC1855 TC1858 TC1861 TC1862 TC1863 TC1865 TC1866 TC1867 TC1868 TC1871 TC1872 TC1881 TC1882 TC1886 TC1887 TC1891 TC1892 TG2401 TG2403 TG2451 TG2481 TG2501 TG2502 TG2503 TG2506 TG2551 TG2552 TG2553 TG2559 TG2562 TG2563 TG2564 TG2581 TG2583 TG2584 TG2586 TG2593 TC1801 TC1811B TC1831B TC1851B TC1861B TC1866B TC1871B TC1886B TC1891B
2007.1- REPLACED Ni-MH : 150AAX2 Capacity 1500mAh Panasonic KX-TG2000 TG2000B TG4000 TG4000B TGA200 TGA400 TGA420
NI-cd Capacity 500mAh
Panasonic KX-TG2000 2000B TG4000 4000B
To order by phone, call 1-800-332-5368 To order by web, visit http://www.pstc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsListChoice.asp Model No Spec Ni-MH : 150AAX2 Capacity 1500mAh Model no for telephone Panasonic KX-TG2650 TG2670 TG2680 TG2650N TG2670N YG2680N TG2690N
Ni-MH : 160AAX2 Capacity 1500mAh
Panasonic KX-TG2208 TG2214 TG2216 TG2224 TG2226 TG2235 TG2238 TG2248 TG2258
Ni-MH : 70AAX3 Capacity 700Ah
Panasonic KX-T9500 T9505 T9509 T9520 T9550 TC905 TC930
Ni-MH : 150AAX2 Capacity 1500Ah Panasonic KX-TG1000 TG1050 TGA100 TGA100 TGA420B V Tech VT2431 VT2461 AT&T 2455
Ni-MH : 70AAX3 Capacity 700mAh
Panasonic KX-TC900 TC900B TC900W TC909 TC910 TC910B TC910DB TC914 TC919 TCC902 TCC912 TCC936 TCC942 TCM937 TCM938 TCM940 TCS970
To order by phone, call 1-800-332-5368 To order by web, visit http://www.pstc.panasonic.com/Epartr/PartsListChoice.asp Model No Spec Ni-MH : 150AAX3 Capacity 1500mAh Panasonic Model no for telephone
Ni-MH : 110AAX5 Capacity 1000mAh Panasonic
Ni-MH : 70AAX1 Capacity 700mAh Panasonic KX-TGA101/1034/1033/1032 No Photo
The KX-TG2000B is a full telephone system capability on 2 separate telephone lines. The base master unit and each cordless handset communicate in both directions using Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Digital transmission for secure, ultra clear conversations. Up to 8 cordless handsets can be used in this system offering many PBX functions without wiring as in conventional small telephone systems. The KX-TG2000B base unit houses an all-digital voice mail system that provides one general delivery mailbox and up to 8 personal mailboxes, with a total recording time of 100 minutes. Each mailbox has its own individual greeting and can be accessed from any of the cordless handset stations. Incoming calls to the KX-TG2000B are efficiently handled with the auto attendant feature, which answers incoming calls and then routes the callers to the base unit or the desired handset, Voice prompts and time/date stamps, like those featured on larger business phone systems, make the KX-TG2000B's voice mail easy to use for callers and users alike. The KX-TG2000B allows 4 handsets to access voice mail at the same time or the base unit and 3 handsets at the same time. This system can also allow two handsets to make outside calls while two additional handsets access voice mail. Many other cordless phone systems answering devices permit only one "voice path", so that a second line trying to access voice mail would get a busy signal.
|Product Type||Cordless phone w/ answering system & caller ID|
|Additional Handsets Qty||1|
|Transmission Band||2.4 GHz|
|Transmission Technology||Frequency-Hopping Digital Spread Spectrum (FHSS)|
|Max Handsets Supported||8|
|Dialer Type||Dual keypad|
|Dialer Location||Handset, base|
|Dialing Modes||Pulse, tone|
|Multiline Operation Capability||2-line operation|
|Conference Call Capability||3-way|
|Speakerphone||Yes ( digital duplex )|
|Voice Mail Capability||Yes|
|Function Buttons||Conference button, Up & Down scroll buttons, flash button, pause button, hold button, redial button|
|Additional Functions||Time/day stamp|
|Additional Features||Outside line remote, battery backup, PIN code|
|Speed Dial Capacity||50|
|Caller ID Memory||100 names & numbers|
|Answering System Type||Digital|
|Outgoing Announcement Qty||2|
|Recording Capacity||100 min|
|Tapeless Microchip Technology||Yes|
|Message Counter Display||Yes|
|Type||LCD display - monochrome|
|Display Location||Handset, base|
|Included Accessories||Charging stand, belt clip|
|Type||Power adapter - external|
|Battery||1 x battery|
|Technology||- nickel metal hydride|
|Talk Time||Up to 480 min|
|Standby Time||Up to 96 h|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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