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Day of the week on display is wrong

I want to change the day of the week to say thursday instead of friday...

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To set date:
Leave the handset in the cradle.
Press the Intercom key + # 651 (Listen for the confirmation tone).
Enter the date in the YYMMDD format.
Press the # key. (Listen for the confirmation tone)

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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You may have to advance the day setting from Thursday to Wednesday. Also, the day of the week may depend upon the date setting so you may have to set everything from the beginning.

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Programming Without Button Overlays: <br />Although it is advisable to have a Partner programming manual and overlays when performing changes. Here are the basic steps for changing system time, day and date. The "Feature" key is self explanatory while other keys need a reference. "System Program" key is the left intercom key on the phone. The "Central Tel" key is the right intercom key. The "Next Data" key is the third key from the left with an LED on the top row of an 18 Button display set. Numbers # and * are simply entered as numbers of the dial pad.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Date Program #101<br /> <br />Use this program to set the month, day and year. The system displays only the month and day on display telephones when the telephone is idle: the month, day and year also print out on SMDR call reports when used.<br /><br />Considerations: <br />The System Date date-stamps the back up files when you use Backup Programming.<br /><br />Programming Without Button Overlays:<br />The "Feature" key is self explanatory while other keys need a reference. "System Program" key is the left intercom key on the phone. The "Central Tel" key is the right intercom key. Numbers are simply entered as numbers of the dial pad.<br /><br />Programming: To change system date: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program,#,101 at extension 10 or 11. Enter today's date in the form of "mmddyy" (Month, day, and year), including leading zeros for single digit months or days. For example, to enter April 26 2003, press 042603. A display similar to the following appears: System Date Data 042603. Exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Day Program #102<br />Use this program to set the day of the week that appears on system display telephones.<br />Programming: To change system day: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program,#,102 at extension 10 or 11. Change the day by pressing "Next Data" until the day you want appears:<br />1=Sunday<br />2=Monday<br />3=Tuesday<br />4=Wednesday<br />5=Thursday<br />6=Friday<br />Exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Time Program #103<br /> <br />Considerations: <br />Enter the time in 24 hour notation. In this scheme, the hours of the day are 0000 (12 midnight) to 2459 (11:59). Since each time must have four digits, use leading zeros when necessary. The time appears on system phones as A.M. or P.M., not 24 hour notation.<br /><br />Programming: <br />To change system time: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program, #,103 at extension 10 or 11. Enter a new time in 24 hour notation. For example, to set time to 2:15 P.M., press 1415. This time will appear on the phone as 2:15 P. Select next procedure or exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.

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I need to change day of week on Uniden Dect 6.0


in the user manual it reads ---date and time menu
use the menu to select the clock ( if you have caller ID, the phone sets the date and time automatically)
enter the date and time, select AM or PM use CID/RIGHT to move the cursor past a digit without changing it
to confirm, press MENU/SELECT
to get a wrong day of the week it can only happen if the wrong year is appearing because if you want Jan 30 2016 it will come up as Saturday but if the year is 2015 it will have the wrong day for the 30 Jan

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Year lo 1 time month lo 2 times weekly 4 times rojulo 6 times vachedi enti ?


year lo 1 time(12 months: 1+2=3 odd)
month lo 2 times(1 week and 3 week these are odd numbers)
week lo 4 times(1 Sunday, 3 Tuesday, 5 Thursday, 7 sat day)
day lo 6 times( 1o clock, 3,5,7,9,11)

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The day of week is wrong on my partner-18D (lucent avaya phone)


Dial Feature 00
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Dial #102
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How do i change the time on my samsung prostar 816 phone?


  1. Enable technician programming mode
    • Press "#" - "PROGRAMMING" is displayed
    • Dial "20" - "MMC ENABLED" or "MMC DISABLED" is displayed
    • Dial the password (default - 1234) - if wrong password is enter "ERROR" is displayed
    • Dial "1" to enter program mode
    • Press "#"
  2. Press "#" key - "PROGRAMMING" is displayed
  3. Dial "55" - the display shows "YY MM DD W HH MM" and then the current date is displayed
  4. Enter the new date
    • YY = Last two digits of the year
    • MM = Month (01 - 12)
    • DD = Day of the month (01 - 31)
    • W = Day of the week (1 -7 day of the week begins on Monday & ends on Sunday)
    • HH = Hour (Use 24 hour clock)
    • MM = Minutes (0-59)
  5. Press "#" - new date is saved

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PROSTAR 816 PLUS


First to change the clock to a 12 hour instead of a 24 hour requires a bit of CAUTION. You have to go into the technician level of programming so be careful. From a display phone, Press #, ( Programming ) is displayed, enter 20, ( MMC Disabled ) is displayed, enter password ( 1 2 3 4 is default ), enter function 4 for 12 hour clock, enter # to exit. If the time and date are displayed wrong you have to go to # 55 and reset time and date.
YY MM DD W HH MM format. W = Day of week with 1=Monday and HH MM must be entered in Military time even though you have a 12 hour clock set. Good Luck

Jul 02, 2008 | Samsung Prostar 816 Phone

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Wrong Time


to change the time on the samsung system, follow these steps.


At any display phone, without picking up the handset.

press transfer
dial 800
passcode = 4321 (if it hasn't been changed from default)
press 1
press the speaker btn
dial 505
the display will show :
WMMDDYY:00:00
w= day of week (1= mon.- 7= sun.
mm= 2 digit month
dd= 2 digit day
yy= 2 digit year

time must be entered in military time.

when done press transfer

Mar 28, 2008 | Samsung Prostar DCS-24B-LCD Corded Phone

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Panasonic Phone KX-T 7731


I hit Program button, then the number 0, it will read out something like
080320 4 03:43 1
Where
08 - the year
03 - the month
20 - the day
4 - the day of the week starting from Monday so 4 is for Thursday
03:43 -Time
1 - PM 0 for AM

Type in what you want for date and time
Once done
I hit the "Auto Dial/Store"

Click on Program button again to exit

Good Luck!

Mar 19, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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