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Q: how to record the outgoing message on current model panasonic answering machine ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: how to record the outgoing message on current model panasonic answering machine
Category: Computers > Wireless and Mobile
Asked by: holdernj-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 05 Aug 2003 19:30 PDT
Expires: 04 Sep 2003 19:30 PDT
Question ID: 240512
I have a KX-TCD735E. I bought it in England, and I'm in the states.
And I don't have the manual. Almost unbelievably, I cannot work out
how to record a new outgoing message (i.e. the one that usually says
'I can't take your call right now, please leave a message'. What I
would like are coherent instructions on which buttons to press to make
it happen.

This model is a cordless handsfree anserphone, and has buttons with
record,  stop, play. I think they are the same as a lot of recent
panasonic models. You can see this one at
Subject: Re: how to record the outgoing message on current model panasonic answering machine
Answered By: deadlychiapet-ga on 05 Aug 2003 20:17 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello there!

I believe that I've found the answer you've been looking for. After
looking through the support section of the Panasonic UK site, linked
to from the above link, I stumbled upon the manual for your phone. It
can be downloaded at:
(You should right click on the link and click Save Target As to save a
copy to your computer)

Detailed instructions on how to record a new outgoing message can be
found on page 78 of the manual, but I'll list the simplist way here
for you:

1. Press INT then #
2. Press 7 and then 6
3. Record your message, press 9 when you're finished

It's also possible to record a new message using the menu on your
phone. Detailed instructions for that can be found in the manual, also
on page 78.

I hope that solves your problem! However, if you need any further
clarification on this answer, please feel free to ask.


Search strategy:
Searched through Panasonic UK's download centre
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