How to Change the Date and Time on Your Toshiba Phone System

Posted: November 7, 2011 in Uncategorized
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Since it’s the time to “fall back,”  you’ve probably noticed that the clock on your phone’s LCD display is telling you to go home an hour earlier. In some cases it may reflect perfect time since you never bothered to “spring ahead.” At least it’s better than some folk’s VCR’s which are always blinking 12:00.

Let’s discuss how to change the date and time so we can always be punctual and precise. We’ll discuss how to for the CTX and CIX systems and then for the older DK 40, 280 and 424 systems.  If your system is not mentioned, give us a call at 815-282-5151.

STRATA CTX & CIX

  • To set the date: from Extension 200, with the handset in the cradle press #651
  • Enter the date in the YYMMDD format; Years, Months, Days
  • Press the # key followed by the Spkr key
  • To set the time: from Extension 200, with the handset in the cradle press #652
  • Enter the time in the HHMMSS format; Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Press the # key followed by the Spkr key

DK 40, DK280 and DK424

  • To set the date: from Extension 200, unless another extension was designated, and with the handset in the cradle press Intercom #651
  • Enter the date in the YYMMDD format; Years, Months, Days
  • Press the Redial key (you will hear a confirmation tone)
  • Press the Spkr key
  • To set the time: from Extension 200,  unless another extension was designated, and with the handset in the cradle press Intercom #652
  • Enter the time in the HHMMSS format; Hours, Minutes, Seconds
  • Press the Redial key (you will hear a confirmation tone).
  • Press the Spkr key

That was easy. Now if we could only get the VCR clock to stop blinking.

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