Question about Lands Phones
Moved from Texas (CST) to Florida (EST). Brought my vonage equip. with me and kept my TX phone number. Just bought a new Philips CD440 phone. I set the date and clock to correct time. When I receive a call, my phone then reverts back to CST (loses an hour). I have checked all my Vonage settings; they show me as having EST and my new FL address. I can't figure out what is making the Philips phone think it is in CST. This is spooky.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
Thanks, I got the message.
Your manual is behind this link
see page 34 in pdf reader (or 32 if looking at page numbers)
By default, the master PIN is 0 0 0 0
if the code doesn't work the phone needs to be reset to default settings.
see page 35 or 33 on how to reset the unit to restore the pincode.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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