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Basic Norstar Programming

Fax Sheet for Time Change by jerryreeve
Posted: 12 Mar 09

            Change Time
logon    enter:    (Feature* * T I M E(* * 8 4 6 3 ))
<Password>    enter:       23646
There will be two button indicators active(lit). Normally
they will be the 4th buttons from the bottom.
These buttons are labled in the following manner:
                        
    Back    <    >    Next        
                        
There are also three buttons under the display.  These buttons will change in
value depending on the operation that is being carried out.

<Hour:NN>    Press the NEXT button if the hour is correct.
    Press the CHANGE button if the hour is not correct
<AM>        Press OK  if the am/pm is correct otherwise press CHANGE

<Minutes:NN>    Press the NEXT button if the minutes are correct.
    Press the CHANGE button if the minutes are not correct

<Year:NN>    Press the NEXT button if the year is correct.
    Press the CHANGE button if the year is not correct

<Month:NN>    Press the NEXT button if the month is correct.
    Press the CHANGE button if the month is not correct

<Day:NN>    Press the NEXT button if the day is correct.
    Press the CHANGE button if theday is not correct

<--End of List-->    press the release button to hang-up
 

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