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Radar59
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How do I change the time on a 8620 printer. I Inadvertently selected wrong time when setting up

When going through the startup process on the printer I selected the wrong time (one hour out).

 

Presumably this is used in time stamping faxes etc.

 

How do I change this? I've tried the settings on the LCD panel and didn't find it there?

 

Also I looked through the Embeded Web Server and couldn't find it there either.

 

Am I missing something here?

 

Also does anyone know if this automatically  changes for British  summer time & GMT?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

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Waterboy71
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Re: How do I change the time on a 8620 printer. I Inadvertently selected wrong time when setting up

Hello Radar59,

 

Please let me take a moment to say "Welcome" to the HP Forums.



                              I hope you enjoy your experience!


I see that you are looking to change the time on the printer display.

 

I am more than happy to assist you with this task. 

 

To change the date and the time, simply press the Time on the top of the  printer display screen and it will then give you the option to change the time and date.

 

This is the easies way to make the changes.

 

Please feel free to write me back if you have any other questions or concerns.

 

I hope you have a Great Tuesday.

 

Cheers,     :smileyvery-happy:

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Radar59
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Re: How do I change the time on a 8620 printer. I Inadvertently selected wrong time when setting up

That worked.

 

Many thanks:smileyhappy:

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