Operating Instruction Summary

The manual was written in by Panasonic. The language is listed as follows: Operating Instruction English. The manual is applied to the following two product models as follows: KX-FPG376, KX-FPG377. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of kxfpg376.pdf has 94 pages with the file size of 7.3Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Operating Instruction Information

Brand:Panasonic
Category: Telephone and Fax
Model:KX-FPG376, KX-FPG377
Type:Operating Instruction
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 7.3Mb / 94 pages
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CreationDate: Wed Jul 30 18:27:56 2003
ModDate: Fri Aug 1 09:19:53 2003
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Pages: 94
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Page size: 515.998 x 728.982 pts
File size: 7616592 bytes
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PDF version: 1.3

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • Location of Controls

    • Location of Controls
      • How to use the operating instructions
      • Location of controls
  • Safety Instructions

    • Safety Instructions
      • Important safety instructions
  • For Best Performance

    • For Best Performance
      • For best performance
  • Table of Contents

  • Introduction and Installation

    • Accessories
      • 1.1 Included accessories
      • 1.2 Accessory information
    • Finding the Controls
      • 1.3 Overview
      • 1.4 Description of base unit buttons
      • 1.5 Description of handset buttons
    • Installation (Base Unit)
      • 1.6 Ink film
      • 1.7 Paper tray
      • 1.8 Recording paper
    • Installation (Handset)
      • 1.9 Battery replacement
      • 1.10 Belt clip
      • 1.11 Headset (optional)
  • Preparation

    • Connections and Setup
      • 2.1 Connections
      • 2.2 Battery charge
      • 2.3 Selecting the way to use your fax machine
      • 2.4 Case 1: TAM/FAX (Telephone Answering Machine/Fax)
      • 2.5 Case 2: Distinctive Ring (1 phone line with 2 or more phone numbers)
      • 2.6 Case 3: TEL ONLY
      • 2.7 Case 4: FAX ONLY
    • Help Button
      • 2.8 Base unit help function
    • Volume
      • 2.9 Adjusting handset volume
      • 2.10 Adjusting base unit volume
    • Initial Programming
      • 2.11 Date and time
      • 2.12 Your logo
      • 2.13 Your fax number
  • Telephone

    • Making and Answering Calls
      • 3.1 Making phone calls
      • 3.2 Answering phone calls
      • 3.3 Intercom
      • 3.4 Transferring a call
    • Automatic Dialing
      • 3.5 Storing names and telephone numbers into the navigator directory
      • 3.6 Editing a stored item
      • 3.7 Erasing a stored item
      • 3.8 Making a phone call using the navigator directory
    • Caller ID
      • 3.9 Caller ID service
      • 3.10 Viewing and calling back using caller information
      • 3.11 Erasing caller information
      • 3.12 Storing caller information into the navigator directory
  • Fax

    • Sending Faxes
      • 4.1 Sending a fax manually
      • 4.2 Documents you can send
      • 4.3 Sending a fax using the navigator directory
      • 4.4 Broadcast transmission
    • Receiving Faxes
      • 4.5 Receiving a fax manually–{AUTO ANSWER} OFF
      • 4.6 Receiving a fax automatically–{AUTO ANSWER} ON
  • Distinctive Ring

    • Distinctive Ring
      • 5.1 Distinctive Ring service from your phone company
      • 5.2 Using two or more phone numbers on a single telephone line
      • 5.3 Using three or more phone numbers on a single telephone line
      • 5.4 Programming the ring pattern assigned for fax
  • Copy

    • Copying
      • 6.1 Making a copy
  • Answering Machine

    • Greeting
      • 7.1 Recording your greeting message
    • Memo Message
      • 7.2 Leaving a message for others or yourself
    • Incoming Messages
      • 7.3 Listening to recorded messages
      • 7.4 Remote operation with the handset
    • Remote Operation
      • 7.5 Operating from a remote location
    • Voice Mailbox
      • 7.6 Allowing callers to leave private messages (mailbox)
      • 7.7 Recording your mailbox greeting messages
      • 7.8 Listening to recorded mailbox messages using the base unit
      • 7.9 Listening to recorded mailbox messages using the handset
      • 7.10 Listening to recorded mailbox messages from a remote location
    • Option
      • 7.11 Transferring recorded messages to another telephone
  • Programmable Features

    • Features (Base Unit)
      • 8.1 Programming
      • 8.2 Basic features
      • 8.3 Advanced features
      • 8.4 Direct commands for programming features
  • Help

    • Error Messages
      • 9.1 Error messages – Reports
      • 9.2 Error messages – Display
    • Frequently Asked Questions
      • 9.3 When a function does not work, check here
    • Jams
      • 9.4 Recording paper jams
      • 9.5 Document jams – sending
    • Cleaning
      • 9.6 Document feeder cleaning
      • 9.7 Thermal head cleaning
  • Caller IQ Feature

    • Caller IQ Feature
      • 10.1 openLCR service for the Caller IQ feature
      • 10.2 To turn the Caller IQ ON / OFF
      • 10.3 Updating the rate table (downloading the rate table)
      • 10.4 Downloading information
      • 10.5 Viewing information (Handset)
      • 10.6 Printing information (Base unit)
  • General Information

    • Printed Reports
      • 11.1 Reference lists and reports (Base unit only)
    • Specifications
      • 11.2 Technical data about this product
    • FCC and Other Information
      • 11.3 FCC and Other Information
    • Limited Warranty
      • 11.4 Limited Warranty
    • Customer Services
      • 11.5 Customer Services directory