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Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

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 hi guys,
 im having a problem with the programming of the "date and time"

1. i already programmed the right date and time.saved it and update it.the usual proramming.

the problem is when i get back the next day the "time" is still wrong.

this is the first time i encountered this kind of problem.i already installed TDA and TDE's several times but doeent encounterd this kind of problem.

could someone help me with this.

thanks in advance.

RE: Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

What kind of trunking is on the system could the time be off from them that would throw of the system  

RE: Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

Yeah, probably getting the time update from some ISDN trunks or even from the caller ID from and PSTN lines

RE: Panasonic TDA 200 Time and Date

or the mpr is going south??

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