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99 toyota camry clock stopped after being in the garage

I just got a new starter at the garage and now I see my clock isn't on. Can I fix this or do I call the guys at the garage? I had to reset the radio, so I figure they turned the battery off or something while it was there to get to the starter. I know nothing about wires, so I may not be able to do it myself, and I don't know if it's a big job for the repair guys to go back and fix it either.

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Give the guys at the garage the opportunity to finish the job to your satisfaction.

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