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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

  1. Use phone with intercom number 11. It will change the time for all phones.
  2. Keep handset down and press INTERCOM button.
  3. Dial 77.
  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.
  7. Press #.
  8. Press SP-PHONE
Panasonic KXT Series Telephone System
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:
  • Lift the handset or press "SP-Phone" button on Extension 11.
  • Dial "77"
  • Enter the hour with 2 digits. (01 through 12)
  • Enter the minute with 2 digits. (00 through 59)
  • Dial (0) for AM or (1) for PM.
  • Press the "#"
  • Wait for confirmation tone. (Instantly after pressing the # button, new time counting will start).
KX-TA624
  1. Use phone with intercom number 101. It will change the time for all phones.
  2. Move MEMORY switch on rear from SET to PROGRAM.
  3. Dial *#1234
  4. Dial 000
  5. Press NEXT ("Sp-phone")
  6. Press Right Arrow ("FWD/DND") four times until you see the time displayed
  7. Change the hour with the keypad
  8. Press Right Arrow ("FWD/DND") to reach the minutes field
  9. Change minutes with the keypad, if necessary
  10. Press AUTO DIAL/STORE
  11. Press HOLD
  12. Move MEMORY switch on rear from PROGRAM to SET.



KX-TAW848
  1. Use phone with intercom number 101. It will change the time for all phones.
  2. Press PROGRAM (or PAUSE, if you don't have a PROGRAM button.)
  3. Dial programming access code (probably *#1234)
  4. Press NEXT (SP-PHONE, if you are not using the programming template).
  5. You'll see "Date & Time Set" on your phone's display
  6. Press STORE
  7. Press NEXT to see hours and minutes.
  8. Use your keypad to change the hour
  9. Press STORE.
  10. Press HOLD.
  11. Press PROGRAM
KX-T123211D
  1. Use phone with intercom number 101 (probably the receptionist's phone). It will change the time for all phones.
  2. Move MEMORY switch on back of that phone to PROGRAM.
  3. Keep handset down and press 0 on touch-tone dial.
  4. Dial year with two digits (e.g. 97 for 1997).
  5. Dial month with two digits (e.g. 01 for January).
  6. Dial date with two digits (e.g. 03 if today is the third day of the month).
  7. Dial day with one digit (1 for Monday, 2 for Tuesday, 3 for Wednesday, 4 for Thursday, 5 for Friday, 6 for Saturday, 0 for Sunday).
  8. Dial hour with two digits (i.e. 01 for 1 o'clock).
  9. Dial minutes with two digits (i.e. 07 for 7 minutes).
  10. Dial 0 for AM, or 1 for PM
  11. Press either AUTO DIAL/STORE or AUTO/MEMORY, depending on your phone.
  12. Move MEMORY switch on back of phone to SET.
Panasonic DBS 824, 40, 72 & 96
- From the Attendant's display phone.
  1. Press "On/Off"
  2. Press "Prog"
  3. Press " ##"
  4. Press "FF1 key"
  5. Dial 1#, 2#
  6. Dial the time in 24 hr format.
  7. Press #
  8. Press "On/Off"
- From any display phone in the system.
  1. Press "On/Off"
  2. #98 + Password
  3. Press "Prog"
  4. Press " ##"
  5. Press "FF1 key"
  6. Dial 1#, 2#
  7. Dial the time in 24 hr format.
  8. Press #
  9. Press "On/Off"
Panasonic DBS 576 & 576 HD
From any display phone in the system;
  1. Press On/Off
  2. Press "Prog"
  3. Press " * * "
  4. Dial the " Password"
  5. Press "FF8"
  6. Dial 81001
  7. Dial in new time in 24 hr format.
  8. Press Hold and then "On/Off"

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