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Time displayed in window

The time which shows in the window is incorrect and I would like to set it to the correct time. The date is correct, but the time is about 50 minutes slow. Example, it's now 2:15 P.M. but the clock says 1:26 P.M.

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With the printer turned on, hit the "Setup" button, then use the "Options" button and the right cursor button below it until "Set Fax Functions" appears in the window. Then hit "Enter" and follow the prompts to first enter the date (00-00-00) using the number buttons, then the time (same buttons). Set either a.m. (1) or p.m. (2) using the same buttons.

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