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I need to change the date on my HP printer

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Here is the link to the User Guide if you need it. Page 88 of the PDF gives step-by-step instructions for changing the time on your printer.
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First of all, congrats, you are using one of the best printer on the market.
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To set the date and time
1. Press Setup.
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3. Enter the month, day, and year by pressing the appropriate numbers on the
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