Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
First, set the clock if it isn't already set. You need to get your cd player into standby mode and then hold the "boost" button. This should get you into a menu. Use the up and down pad to scroll through the options until you find "clock" hold the center button to get into the mode, to set the clock. Once in use the up and down, left and right pad to set the time. Then press the menu button to get out. Press the source button to get back into a normal mode, then hold that "boost" button again. This should bring you into a different menu. scroll through the menu until you see "display" and you should be able to choose to display clock in there. I hope I didn't steer you wrong. Let me know if you need further help. Good luck
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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