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KX-T7730 Time and Date

My phone always displayed the Time and Date and today it will only display my extension. How do I get it to display the time and date again?

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Walk up to the phone and don't touch anything but the * button. Keep pressing it and watch the display. Now you now the 3 states of the button.

Carl

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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When she calls you, your Auto Answer button is probably lit. Press it so it turns off and haver her call you again. It should ring, but not always. The button can control a couple of things, according to programming. Now, have her press her AA button until it lights. Now call her. Voice call?

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