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How to Change the Time on a Panasonic KX-T7453

Updated February 21, 2017

The Panasonic KX-T7453 phone allows you to transfer PC files, access the Internet and fax files--all while carrying on a phone conversation. Get started by changing the time and clock settings on your phone, which you can do in a few minutes. The KX-TD1232 became one of Panasonic's first digital systems in the "KX-T" series, capable of 24 phone lines and 64 stations. Your digital Panasonic KX-T7453 phone represents one of several models compatible with this Panasonic PBX system, allowing you to perform a wide range of functions.

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  1. Slide the button located on the back of your Panasonic phone, near the cord, to program your phone.

  2. Dial "0" on your phone.

  3. Enter two digits for the day, hour, and minute to change the time. If you need to change more settings, enter two digits for the year and month. Enter the single digit of 0 through 7 for the day, with "0" representing Sunday. Enter "0" to represent "a.m." or "1" for "p.m." Use an accurate clock or watch to change or set the time.

  4. Depress the button labelled, "Autodial Store" or Auto Memory" on your phone. This will store your clock time entries until you change them again.

  5. Slide the button on the back of your phone to return it to its original position.

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Things You'll Need

  • Watch or clock with the correct time

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