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Time won't set

I just received my new vtech LS6225-3 and can't set the time. I love this phone. Everything's working fine except for this one problem - which is driving me crazy. I set the time - it seems to work for about 2 hrs., then before you know it - it's behind 2 hrs. This is annoying, especially with caller ID, and my messages. I purchased this from Amazon and it's exactly 3 days old - return? But how can I reorder when it could happen again?

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The problem is not the phone, it is the modem. If your phone is connected to a modem you will have to set the time zone on the modem then it will reset and so fix the phone.

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