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How to I change the time on the M-64 I don't have

How to I change the time on the M-64 I don't have a Ctrl key or a park key

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We have the M-64, and this is what I do on my system. Pick up the handset, push the "menu" key on upper left, then the display on the phone will change - press the black softkey on upper right, under "park3" on display. Then it will ask for your password. Hopefully you have this and after you enter it and then press the # key, you should be able to press menu choice "1" followed by menu choice "4". This should take you into the time entry section. Hope this works for you.

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Using keyboard shortcuts can often cut the time it takes to do something on a computer in half. Below are our top 10 keyboard shortcuts we recommend everyone memorize and use.
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Paste the text or object that's in the clipboard.
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Undo any change. For example, if you cut text, pressing this will undo it. This can also often be pressed multiple times to undo multiple changes. Pressing Ctrl + Y would re-do the undo.
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Step 1: Press Menu key
Step 2: Press Park 3 key
Step 3: Enter password followed by # key ex. 543#
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Step 5: Enter date with # in between. Ex. 01#26#2009#

Hopefully this will solve your problem.

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Executone model 64


In the event you haven't found this information, I got this from www.mainresources.com

To Change The Time

1.
Press the "Menu" key.
2.
Press "Park 3".
3.
Enter the password (default is 456).
4.
Press "#".
5.
Press "1" for System Functions.
6.
Press "4" for System Clock.
7.
Enter the time in 12-hour format.
8.
Press "#".
9.
Press AM or PM by pressing "Park 3" in the LCD screen.
10.
Press "#" to confirm.
11.
Hang up or press "HF".


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To Change The Date
1.
Press the "Menu" key.
2.
Press "Park 3".
3.
Enter the password (default is 456).
4.
Press "#".
5
Press "9819" for the date.
6.
Press the digit for the month (January would be "1").
7.
Press "#".
8.
Press the digit(s) for the day.
9.
Press "#".
10.
Press the digits for the year.
11.
Press "#".
12.
Hang up or press "HF".

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