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How do you change time and date for sharp EL-1801P III

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  • ismith259 Aug 02, 2010

    answer me please

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Follow the instructions in the first column of the first page of this manual: http://files.sharpusa.com/Downloads/ForHome/HomeOffice/Calculators/Manuals/cal_man_EL1801PIII.pdf

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i know i set this model before but i recently tried to again and it didn't work right for the time for some reason... but i do remember that you flip the middle switch to rate set, the you put in the date 12.10.08 seperated with a "." then you hit the time date button once. then you do the same with the time, hours(militarytime).minutes.seconds all seperated by a period I.E if it were 1:30 PM you woud put 13.30.00, then you hit the time button again.. the date and time should be set, might have to do it in the opposite order... but i know that is generally how its set

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Sharp EL-1801P III Calculator Setting Time & Date

1. Switch the GT*RATE SET button to RATE SET.
2. Press the date/clock button to display current time.
3. Enter time wanted using military time. 4:52 p.m would be entered as 16.52 (Note the 16 is followed by . then enter the 52. (ie. 10:45 a.m. would be entered as 10.45)
4. Press the date/clock button again to enter new time.

Just reset mine and is current. If the built in battery needs changed, access panel is on the back. It uses a watch type battery.
~DLS

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you fix or set a time and date for Sharp

how do you fix or set time and date for sharp EL-1801p electric calculator

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I want to set the correct date and time and also the tax percentage on my sharp el-1801p calculator


go to the commanding prompt and type cd.. there you will type date and time there you can set the date and time

Sep 19, 2009 | Sharp EL-1801P Calculator

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Sharp EL-1801P III Calculator Setting Time & Date


1. Switch the GT*RATE SET button to RATE SET.
2. Press the date/clock button to display current time.
3. Enter time wanted using military time. 4:52 p.m would be entered as 16.52 (Note the 16 is followed by . then enter the 52. (ie. 10:45 a.m. would be entered as 10.45)
4. Press the date/clock button again to enter new time.

Just reset mine and is current. If the built in battery needs changed, access panel is on the back. It uses a watch type battery.
~DLS

Feb 17, 2009 | Sharp EL-1801P Calculator

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