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Setting the time

I can't seem to figure out how to set (reset) the time. I tried solutions given on other sites, i.e.: Push "Program" and "6" to see if you have the "main phone on Jack 1" but nothing happens.

I tried hitting "Program" and "0" to reset the time and nothing happens but some beeps. No readout. Any help?

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  • JudiJudiJudi Nov 19, 2007

    I tried all the ideas. None of them worked. Thanks.

  • bdbushell Jan 02, 2008

    Cannot get the time and date set up on the phone. I have tried everything on the menu and the programming buttons. Please help. Thanks

  • bdbushell Jan 02, 2008

    Need to know how to set the time and date for the Panasonic KX-T633

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2008

    I need to reset the phones throughout our whole office and I can't get it to work even when I try to use the programing template provided. Help!

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Your phone can be used on different Panasonic phone systems and each one programs differently. You were probably reading instructions for the wrong system. You need to determine which system you have (it's not a phone) and find the directions for that.

Here is a link that has time change instructions for many Panasonic systems: http://www.tel-programmer.com/time_setting.html

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

  • Ben Jordan Nov 19, 2007

    Why did I deserve an Inappropriate rating for this?! I tried to help you and get a slap in the face.

  • Ben Jordan Feb 25, 2008

    Tell me about it. Try to help people, waste my time, give them a clear answer and get a slap in the face... thanks a lot JudiJudiJudi

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I see I am nearly a month late in replying to your post. I just answered another post and when I finished I saw your question.
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