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Re: Reset clockdue to power outage.
Hi, this worked for me
Press FEATURE **8463 – Display shows PASSWORD: Then type in 23646 (Note this number will not show on display) The display will show hours. Press CHANGE (or NEXT if you do not need to change the hour). Enter the hour (00 to 23). If number is less than 13, the display shows AM. Press CHANGE to select PM. Press NEXT. The display shows minutes. Press CHANGE (or NEXT if you do not need to change the minutes). Enter the minutes (00 to 59). Press NEXT. The display shows year. Press CHANGE (or NEXT if you do not need to change the year). Enter the last two digits of current year. Press NEXT. The display shows month. Press CHANGE (or NEXT if you do not need to change the month). Enter the month (01 to 12). Press NEXT. The display shows day. Press CHANGE. Enter the day of the month (10 to 31) Press RLS (release) to exit.
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remove the power adapter and remove the battery from the handset. Now replace the battery and power the base unit , place the handset on the base and select intercom or search remote.
The base unit must automatically set the frequency to mesh with the handset and handshake to connect.
it sounds like the unit has taken a surge, which is a common side effect of power outages. unplugging and replugging make fix the issue but since you have already tried this, i would reccomend contacting the manufacturer. See if a replacement can be given or if you have warranty on the unit.
The E is most likly a refrence to general error. the main board for teh unit was probably damaged by the power outage.
According to VTech the "CL" message alerts you to the loss of power and the need to reset the clock. Please refer to the user manual under the "Answering System Operation/Set the Clock" section to reset the clock.
If you don't have the manual, let me know and I will try to locate it.
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I though that the battery or capacitor to hold the memory was in the s/w cartridge but I wasn't sure. I reprog a couple of things then cut the power and the system reset to default values again so it looks like I need a new DR5 cartridge. Thanks for all the help. F.K.
You can try unplugging the power supply and phone lines for a few minutes. Then reattach the phone lines and power up to re-boot. Our Vodavi 5000-00 used to blink off during thunderstorms until it finally fried. This is how we used to reset it.