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Changing date on Panasonic KX-T7731

Hello,
I followed your insructions for changing the date and time on my KX-T7731 phone. Right now the display has 101: on it. When I push the program button, it says PITS-PGM NO? with an arrow key. I do not know what it is asking of me and how do I answer it? Can you help?

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  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2008

    PDS has ended...I need to change the time on my Panasonic KX-T7731, please advise how I do this.

    Kathi

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    en la patalla de mi telefono sale pits- pgm no? y no se que me esta pidiendo ¿que debo hacer? y aparte no puedo llamar la linea me sale ocupada como si estubiera mal colgado











  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    i can't change the time! stupid daylights savings



  • ds2894 Mar 09, 2009

    how do you change time from square 1? also, my line 1 is now lit up red and won't go out. also, can't program my speed dial.

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    CANNOT FIND HOW TO CHANGE THE TIME

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    cannot clear the message light although there are no messages and it is telling me to press the soft key not sur what that is

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    clear red message light for the kx-t7731 that has no message cannot find the soft key to remove

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If it is displaying "101:" that is your extension. You can press the * key (with phone on the hook) to scroll your display through date and time formats and to display your extension.

When it says "PITS-PGM NO" you will need to press one of the buttons on the numerical key pad to choose a function to change.

Hope this helps!

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How do I reset time and date


Which system do you have? Below are the Panasonic systems. Be sure you find yours.......


Panasonic XDP 824/1232
All programming is done at ext. 101
1) Press the program button, followed by *#1234
2) Dial 000, then follow the prompts on the LCD
KX-T308, KX-T616
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  4. Dial the hour, with two digits (e.g. 03 for 3 o'clock).
  5. Dial the minutes, with two digits (e.g. 07 if it is now 7 minutes after the hour).
  6. Dial 0 for AM or 1 for PM.
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  8. Press SP-PHONE
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Setting the time must be completed from an LCD Display phone at Extension 11, using the telephone keypad. This system type requires "Easa-phone" series or a 7000 series model telephone (the model number is listed on the bottom of the phone) that has one or more small switches located at the rear of the phone. Digital "XDP" phones can not be used on this system type!
To set the time:
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  • Enter the minute with 2 digits. (00 through 59)
  • Dial (0) for AM or (1) for PM.
  • Press the "#"
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  3. Dial *#1234
  4. Dial 000
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  8. Press Right Arrow ("FWD/DND") to reach the minutes field
  9. Change minutes with the keypad, if necessary
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  11. Press HOLD
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  9. Dial minutes with two digits (i.e. 07 for 7 minutes).
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Either make sure yuu're trying it from the phone in jack 1, find out who changed it, or try the following:

If you have a TA system, you can program the time from the phone connected to jack 01 (usually ext 101) by pressing PROGRAM 0 and dial YYMMDDwHHMMa STORE where the time is in 12 hour format, the w is day of the week, with Sunday being 0 and a is 0 for AM or 1 for PM.

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Your extension reads 102 because that is the extension #.
Press either the tranfer key or the " * " star key and your display will change to time and date or just the date.

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