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How to change the date and time on this machine Panafax Uf 880?

I want to change the time because the date which is displayed is 12 years back the actual date.

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1) select function #7
2) select #1
3) select "set"
4) enter the new date and time (MMDDYYY) (1500 - 3:00 PM) 5) select "set" and stop 

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