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Simple,
open cover that is used for one touch speed dial buttons on the control panel, press the button called data registration, then look for keys that go up,down, left and right and use them to scroll to to initial settings and press the set key to choose the date and time and set the correct date and time and press the set key to complete or choose that function and the up/down or left/right to make changes.

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Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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