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For the Amritron 45/6975:
From the "Time Telling Mode" (date/time displayed): to set the date and time: Press "reset" unit the date disappears--release; press "mode", the "hour" will flash, press "st/stp" to adjust hour; press "mode", the "minute" will flash, press "st/stp" to adjust minute; continue same sequence to adjust date; when done, press "reset"---compliments of Gene Lawson