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I need to change the TIME on my phone

I cannot figure out how to change the TIME on our phone system... HELP

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Here is a link for the manual for your phone.

http://www.necunifiedsolutions.com/Downloads/PDFs/UserGuides/NEAX2000_Dterm_i_and_IP_UG.pdf


That should give you all of the info that you need.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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