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When I change the time on the phone to Daylight Savings Time, it will only hold for a few hours, for some reason when I look at the time again, it is back to the original beginning time before I chang

My phone won't hold the change I make to change the time to Daylight Savings Time. I make sure I press "save" when I make the change. I can place the phone back in it's cradle and the next time I look, the time will be back to the original time it was before I changed it.

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For Panasonic system (especially for KX-T7633), you have to make changes from extension 101.
1. leave handset in the cradle then press "program".
2. Dial *# then "SP-PHONE" button until you see something like time set something something
3. manually input correct date then time then press "auto dial/store" button.
4. pick up the handset then hang up to save.

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To set date and time on your phone system you must first enter user programming mode.
Using a display phone with the receiver hung up.
Press PROGRAM
Dial ** 1234 (SYS PROG NO)
Dial 000 (DATE AND TIME)
Press SP-PHONE key once (display shows current date)
Normally this is correct if not dial the changes in with your keypad. Use the FWD\DND key to
move forward on the display and the CONF key to move backwards.
Press AUTO DIAL STORE (Confirmation tone)
Press SP-PHONE key once (display shows current time flashing on hour)
Dial new hour (Two digits) Use the FWD\DND key to move forward on the display and the
CONF key to move backwards. Dial in any changes and when your done:
Press AUTO DIAL STORE (Confirmation tone)
Press HOLD (SYS PROG NO)
Press PROGRAM
Your phone should be back to normal.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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