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I need to know how to set my clock on my REC Radio.

I have the REC Radio in my 2006 Commander. I do not have the navagation manual to guide me how to change the time on the display. Can you help?

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Hi. you will have to press on the time and then select your correct time zone then it will change the time according to your gmt

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