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Display mode is flashing

When I started my 2002 mitsubishi eclipse. Trying to adjust the clock.. The display mode is flashing with no numbers or letters..Very disturbing and annoying when driving..lol

How do I fix this problem to get the clock working and that it will show radio station numbers and to where I can adjust the bass and treble.

Please help..

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If it is anythang like the 2002 eclipse gt stereo there is 2 button on the right side of the display screen hold the right one down and it will change the mins and the other 1 will change the hours

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