I have a Panasonic kx-tgf570 cordless set (brand new). I'd like to assign different ring tones to different contacts. How do I do that?
The base unit is the KX-TGF570. The cordless phone system was sold as the KX-TGF572. Currently, you can find the manual at Panasonic here: http://help.panasonic.ca/viewing/ALL/KX-TGF572/OI/TGF572_PNQX8348YA/TGF572_PNQX8348YA.pdf
Assign the contact to a group. You can then set a different ringer tone for the group. Start with the phone system in standby. To change the ringer tone for a group, press Phone Book on a handset. Select Menu. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to highlight a group, press Select. Navigate to Current Group Ringer Tone and press Select. Use the arrow keys to highlight a new Group Ringer Tone and press the soft key for Save. (See page 38 of the manual). To ad a contact to a group, you need to edit that contact. Press the phone book button and select Menu. Select a contact and press Select. Edit the contact name and number and press OK after each edit if needed. Otherwise press OK twice. Use the Up/Down arrows to select a group. Press Select twice to confirm the change. Press Off when done. (See page 39 of the manual.)
I hope this helps.
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My panasonic american fridge freezer has a pool of water beneath the bottom drawer of the fridge compartment
My sympathy. You are having a bad day.
The most likely cause is your defrost evaporation pan (if the refrigerator is frost free and almost all within the last 20 years are) the defroster runs water from the freezer unit (and maybe refrigerator unit) down a tube to a pan under the machine.
You will need to pull the machine out where you can get all around it, find the pan, pull it out (may have water in it) empty the pan, clean the pan (if you have had the machine long, it may be nasty), and then make sure that the tube is clear. Sometimes the part that goes from the tube to the freezer and or refrigerator compartment is tilted down so the water goes into the machine instead of down the tube.
You also need to clean the coils and other parts of the underneath of the refrigerator while you are there.
If this does not fix the problem, you probably need to pay for a service call. Sears is always sending me e-mails telling me how cheap their service is. You may want to check it out before your start as they may give you a "special introductory offer".
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