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Clock resets overnight to 1200 midnight

New battery no start problems the clock works fine but must be reset everyday

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Does it have a voltage regulator

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

  • cliff james
    cliff james Jan 06, 2009

    does it have a voltage regulator

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