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Answering machine is flashing CL after I lost power

I can not get the answering machine to stop flashing CL after I lost power, i have reprogrammed it over and over and it is still flashing CL what does it mean and how do I fix it??

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    I had this same exact problem and the answer fixed it. Thank you very much.

  • vickylynn Mar 26, 2009

    answering machine is flashing CL I do not have buttons on the side of the answering machine to set the time, so how do I get rid of the flashing CL?

  • katieguy Apr 28, 2009

    I have the same issue, but I don't have a way to set the CLock on the answering machine. Now what?

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Set the CLock by holding down the buttons on the side of the answering machine - top button for day, middle button for hour, bottom button for minute

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The date and time buttons were located on the back of my base. So after I set the time, it stopped flashing.

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