Re: Having trouble with the date and time settings
The Manual states that the internal clock is ran by the internal lithium battery. It suggests that you plug the cammera into the AC for 24 hours to charge this battery. I'm having the same problem and am plugging it in tonight to see how that goes.
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Dec 4, 2012 - Uploaded by Panasonic Canada Help
In this video we will explain how to Set the Date and Time on your Panasonic Cordless telephone, models KX ...
mcdevito75 here The stem has 2 positions, we all know the 1 to pull the stem out and set the time, day, date. try this, first go thru the watches 24 hour cycle to get the month you need, now slip a fingernail just under the stem (crown) and gently lift to it"s first position, it may take a few times to get used to, when you have it turn the crown (stem) to change the date easily, change the date to 1 date before the date you want, now go thru the watches 24 hour cycle to get to the date you need. Now the watch is set and will change on time at around mid--nite.
press and hold the menu/disp for or longer until the hq flashes. press the minus button until the time flashes...then press play button. press +/- until the hour is set, then press the ff button and change the minutes, then ff to the date and change accordingly. When finished press play then stop.
ok, have your calculator set on "on" press the "time/clock" button once, when date appears on calculator press the "M+=" and hold until first number on date flashes, enter the date you want, when done switch your calculator from "on" to "print". date should be saved. do the same for time.