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How to fix the clock in and out

I was able to fix the time by poking around, i must have pressed something because now when i put in the time sheet i cannot seem to clock in or out for that matter

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Print Method: Press the Mode button until P5 (Program Mode 5 for Print Format) is displayed.
Press Setting to choose one of the following Print Methods.
The TC100 has two settings for print activation: Manual or Automatic
1 = Automatic (default setting) - The TC100 automatically prints when the time
card is inserted.
2 = Manual - After inserting the time card, press the Print Button to activate
printing.
Press Select to confirm the Print Method chosen. Press Mode to return to normal operational
mode.
Step 3: The control knob corresponds to Step 4: Insert the time card. The time the
format of the time card. Turn time will automatically print in the
the control knob to select the desired selected row.
day and print row. I hope this help let me know : - )how to fix the clock in and out - cw7ahhgaaaaasuvork5cyii=

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I have a digital clock, unknown brand, and I need advice as to how to set the time. It has a mode button and a set button on the front. It also has a small access hole on the back which can be poked with a...


Here is my guess.
Press the Mode button until something is blinking.
If pressing doesn't make something blink, hold the button in.
Once either hour or minute is blinking, use the Set button to change it to the correct time.
Push Mode again, now the other should blink, use Set to change it.
If that is everything, press Mode to allow the unit to exit setup mode.
Gary.
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Everytime you put your card in, you have to move the dial on the side to say in our out on your shift?


this should fix your problem
HOW TO USE YOUR TC100 TIME CLOCK Step 1: Remove the front cover - see enclosed instruction sheet on page 5. Step 2: Program the Date & Time and Print Method using the 3 buttons: Mode, Select, Setting: Date & Time: Press the Mode button. The Hour will start blinking. Press the Setting button until the correct hour is displayed. Press Select to set the hour shown. The Minutes will blink. Press Setting until the correct minutes are displayed. Press Select to set the minutes shown. The Seconds will blink. To set the seconds at 00, press the Setting button. Press Select. The Year will blink. Press the Setting button until the desired year is shown. Press Select to set the year shown. The Month will blink. Press Setting until the correct month is shown. Press Select to set the month shown. The Day blinks. Press Setting until the correct day is shown. Press Select to set the day shown. Print Method: Press the Mode button until P5 (Program Mode 5 for Print Format) is displayed. Press Setting to choose one of the following Print Methods. The TC100 has two settings for print activation: Manual or Automatic 1 = Automatic (default setting) - The TC100 automatically prints when the time card is inserted. 2 = Manual - After inserting the time card, press the Print Button to activate printing. Press Select to confirm the Print Method chosen. Press Mode

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I dont know where to find an instructions booklet but I can help with setting the time/date:
To set the time and date (you have to do them both together):
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  • You will then be required to select the year by scrolling up or down with the 'TIME SET' rocker switch on the right hand side.
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  • You will then be required to select the the month. Do this by once again using the 'TIME SET' rocker switch and then pressing 'ENTER'.
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REMEMBER to press the 'ENTER' button after selecting each thing to move you on to the next thing to set.

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Go to:
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or
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The solution appears to be common for all recent Emerson SmartSet(tm) radios (BTW it's not the clock fault, it's the law).

Remarkably Emerson foresaw this, so here we go.

Short version (may require three hands :-) )

DST start:
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DST end:
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