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Phone Model: Panasonic Analog Phone

Panasonic Single Line Analog Telephone

The Panasonic Single Line Analog Telephone provides access to many of the Ericsson MD110 features via a standard touch-tone keypad and the Flash button. This model phone can be used as a desk or a wall phone.

Note: The Panasonic Analog Phone has both the pulse and tone dialing modes. The phone should always be set in the tone mode.

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1. Use call hold/ call park

With party on line:
  1. Press Flash button.
  2. Listen for recall dial tone (3 beeps and dial tone).
  3. Hang up handset.

2. Retrieve a call from the same phone

  1. Lift handset.
  2. You are connected to the call.

3. Retrieve a call from another phone

  1. Lift handset.
  2. Dial extension where call was parked. Listen for busy tone.
  3. Dial 8. You are connected to call.

Note: Call will remain parked for 3 minutes before re-ringing.

4. Use inquiry/ consultation hold

With party on line:
  1. Press Flash button.
  2. Listen for recall dial tone (three beeps and dial tone).
  3. Dial second party.

5. Refer back to first party

Dial 2.

6. Alternate back to second party

Dial 2.

Note: If second party is busy or does not answer, press 2 key once, listen for recall dial tone.

Press Flash button again to return to first party.

7. Transfer calls

With party on line:

  1. Press Flash button.
  2. Listen for recall dial tone (three beeps and dial tone).
  3. Dial second party.
  4. Wait for answer, announce call, hang up.
    or
  5. After first ring, hang up.

Note: If second party is busy or does not answer, press Flash button once, listen for recall dial tone.

Press Flash button again to return to first party.

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