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Program the Date & Time and Print Method using the 3 buttons: Mode, Select, Setting:
Date & Time: Press the Mode button. The Hour will start blinking. Press the Setting button
until the correct hour is displayed. Press Select to set the hour shown.
The Minutes will blink. Press Setting until the correct minutes are displayed. Press Select
to set the minutes shown.
The Seconds will blink. To set the seconds at 00, press the Setting button. Press Select.
The Year will blink. Press the Setting button until the desired year is shown. Press Select
to set the year shown.
The Month will blink. Press Setting until the correct month is shown. Press Select to set
the month shown.
The Day blinks. Press Setting until the correct day is shown. Press Select to set the day
shown.
Print Method: Press the Mode button until P5 (Program Mode 5 for Print Format) is displayed.
Press Setting to choose one of the following Print Methods.
The TC100 has two settings for print activation: Manual or Automatic
1 = Automatic (default setting) - The TC100 automatically prints when the time
card is inserted.
2 = Manual - After inserting the time card, press the Print Button to activate
printing.
Press Select to confirm the Print Method chosen. Press Mode to return to normal operational. hope this work for you best regards happy holidays : - )

Posted on Dec 12, 2011

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Royal Time Master TC100 Time Clock. Power outage. Can't re-set the date. Help???

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