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Change the Day (Monday, Tuesday, etc)

The Day is wrong and needs to be changed to the correct day.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    I have the same issue the day, month and time is correct but I need the weekday to be correct

  • 1brownone Jun 04, 2008

    the month,day and year anre correct;however the day of the week is incorrect how can I change to the correct day of the week?

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    Same here. Date is correct, and we have TWO and they say the exact same thing, same formats, same date, but the day is right on one and wrong on the other.

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You are off by 100 years. When setting the date, cycle the year through the next century (the section that normally displays time HH:MM will show the 4-digit year).

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