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Time and date is system wide programming and not the phone.
You need to read the Administration Guide that matches the phone system model you have. You also need to do it from the Administration phone, usually the 2 lowest ext #'s on the system.
NEC DTR16D Phones work on several NEC systems.
If it is an Elite or IPK then search internet for:
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How do i change the time and date!? nec 80570


On an Elite or IPK phone system, which are just some of the systems that use this phone, you make the time change from one of the 2 main operator phones, x100 or x101. Without lifting handset, press Feature, 9, #, the phone goes into time program mode. Enter the hour and the minute, press Feature to exit and write OR press HOLD to get to date change, enter day of week as 1 through 7, HOLD, enter month as 1 through 12, HOLD, dial in year, and press Feature to write and exit. The other systems that use this phone aren't as easy. Good luck.

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How do I change the Time and Date on a Merlin Legend system?
To change either the Date or the Time on the Legend system, you must program it from the main System Programming console (MLX-20L). This will change the Time or Date on all the display phones throughout the system, except the ATL (Analog) display sets. These phones must be programmed on each individual set.
How to change the Date in the Legend system:
  1. Press Menu.
  2. Press System Program.
  3. Press Exit.
  4. Press System.
  5. Press Date.
  6. Enter date in following format: mmddyy (where MM is the month, DD is the day, and YY is the year).
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  8. Press Exit.
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How to change the Time in the Legend system:
  1. Press Menu.
  2. Press System Program.
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  4. Press System.
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http://www.telemanuals.com/forum/index.php?topic=2.0

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Phone system console. Contact your system admin, as it depends on exactly which system you have.

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This is a phone system phone. The time is stored in the main control unit, not the telephone. You will need instructions for changing the time in your system and the phone's part number will not help you. Your phone system should start with the part number "KX-TGA" KX-TGA???? Here is a link to a site that has time change instructions: http://www.tel-programmer.com/Time%20setting/panasonic_time.htm

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