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Change clock display??

I am sure there is a very simple answer but i can't seem to change the time display on the phone. I changed it in the setup area so when I listen the time is correct but the display is still incorrect.
Any help appreciated, Thanks

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Press Feature.
Dial _9#.
Enter hour and minute via dialpad.
Press Recall to change AM/PM setting.
Press Hold to change to calendar setting.
OR Press Feature to exit this feature.
Press Recall to select day of week.
Dial # to move the cursor to day of month field.
Enter day of month via dialpad.
Press Recall to select month.
Dial # to move the cursor to year field.
Enter last two digits of year via dialpad.
Press Feature.
This must be done from a phone with attendant features set. Typically ports 1 and 2. More than likely x10, x100, x1000 or something like this.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

  • Can only be done from the main reception phones (normally extensions 10 or 11)
  • Press: FEATURE then 9 then #
  • Adjust the appropriate time
  • Press: FEATURE to confirm the new set time
  • Can only be done from the main reception phones (normally extensions 10 or 11)
  • Press: FEATURE then 9 then #
  • Adjust the appropriate time
  • Press: FEATURE to confirm the new set time
  • Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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