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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: set date
To set the date Step by step as follows: Set the lever to "RATE SET", Press the clock/calendar key once and the date will be diplayed, key in the info as follows: 1/1/08 would be keyed in as "1" "." "1" "." "2008", the display will show 1.1-2008 then press the clock/calendar key, the correct date will show up.
To set the time Step by step as follows: Set the lever to "RATE SET", Press the clock/calendar key twice and the time will be diplayed, key in the info as follows: 12:00pm would be keyed in as "12". "00", the display will show 12.00 then press the clock/calendar key, the correct date will show up. For 12:00am key in "0",".","00" as it expects to see 24hr time.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
SOURCE: EL 1801V - how to set time/date?
To change the date, enter the date in MM.DD.YY format, pressing the decimal key between the month and day (will show as a decimal on the display) and the day and year (will show as a dash on the display). Then, press the Time/Date key (the one that looks like a clock and a calendar). The new date will show on the display. Note that if the month is less than 10, you do need to press the 0 (zero) key for the first digit, even though it will not show on the display. To change the time, enter the time in 24-hour HH.MM format, pressing the decimal key between the hour and minute. Then, press the Time/Date key. The new time will show on the display. Note that if the hour is less than 10, you do need to press the 0 (zero) key for the first digit, even though it will not show on the display. Hope this helps! :)
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount
rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position.
Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press date/time button
to complete the entry.
Use ▪ to separate month, day, and year EXAMPLE 3▪13▪2009.
When (date/time) button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated
and displayed as “date”
Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press date/time button to
complete the entry.
(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The
clock starts at zero second.)
Use ▪ to separate hour and minute values EXAMPLE 8▪15
When is date/time button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated
and displayed as “time
When settings are complete place the switch back to GT
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
User guide is here ...
Instructions are halfway down column 1.
Basically, you use the reset button on the back, then enter the relevant fields, delimiting as with a period <.>
I think their illustration explains it better than I can in words!
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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