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Time and date

I will set the time and date, but later when my answering machine states time and date it is never correct. When I check the time and date again, something is always off....the year is wrong, the time is wrong, etc.

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Re: time and date

I'm almost positive there's nothing wrong with your phone "ssandra". You set the day/time/year etc. on the base (answering machine) separately from the handset . . . you press a series of buttons. I've done it several times, but now after a move I can't remember how you do it, and I can't find the instructions I had. That's actually why I was on this forum (looking for the instructions). Since you posted your question last year, this probably can't help you now. But I thought I'd answer anyway . . .

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Re: time and date

Many times their is a setting to read the date and time off your caller id. Do you have caller id? If not, it sounds as if you have a bad unit. You can try to go into the menu and reset it back to factory settings, but that is about as far as you can go short of sending it to repair.

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I cannot change the time or date that the message comes in? When a message is received the day and time are not correct, how do I change that setting?

1. Press menu once and answering machine announces "Time" and current time. The answering machine displays (1) through (7) indicating the day of week.
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7. Press to set/ringer to select the minute.
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Hi there, I found my manual that states:
Press MENU/SELECT to display menu when in idle mode.
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It should be in 'settings' on your cell phone menu. Search around your phone. It could also be in 'organizer'. On my old one, it was in 'organizer', and once I went there, there was a 'set date and time' button. Here is the answer from the Vtech website: "Make sure the answering system is on. Press [Time/Set]. The system will announce the current clock setting, then announce "to set date and time, Press Time/Set". Press [Time/Set]. Press [Change] until the system announces the correct day, then press [Time/Set]. Press [Change] until the system announces the correct hour, then press [Time/Set]. Press [Change] until lthe system announces the correct minutes, then press [Time/set]. The system announces the current clock setting. Note: You can press and hold [Change] to advance the mninutes in increments of ten. "

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No instruction manual

On the handset that is on the base is the one you need to use to set the time and date. It will also clear out the CL on answering machine.

On the handset without pushing talk hit the flash key. A message will appear on your phone and it says Answering machine. You can listen to all the options but to set time and date ---push the 8 button.
Set your time by using the phone keys such as it's 09:53 then look up in the right corner and use the + arrow key to set AM or PM. Then hit the # key. Then in the upper right corner it will say Mon---use the + arrow key to set the day. Then hit the # key. The message on your phone will say the day is and then the time is. Then hit flash. Then you can check your answering machine and see if that worked. This took me some time. I would not buy another phone like this again.

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Ge model 27909 answering machine gives wrong time on playback

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NOTE: Time set on handset will be transferred to the base unit automatically.
1. Make sure your phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the menu button to go to the main menu and use cid/vol (3or4) button to scroll to Date/Time.
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4. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the last two digits of the current year (range: 00 to 99).
5. Press menu button to save the year setting and proceed to date setting.
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8. Time 12:01p shows in the display. Use the touch-tone pad to enter four digits for current time and use cid/vol (3or4) button to toggle between "p" (pm) and "a" (am).
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Wharfedale DECT TAM telephone/answer machine is flashing CL on the main answer machine base unit. This message is not indicated in the user manual can you please advise? Many Thanks Steven Clifford

This is due to the base unit losing power and needs the clock resetting.
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To reset the base unit clock:
- press the OK key
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- The handset then beeps and displays "SAVED".
- Press the "C" button and replace the handset on the base unit.

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