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Re: how to set alrm

Here is the operation guide... http://www.panasonic.co.uk/customer-Support/download-centre.asp?did=130419&fmt=pdf

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Setting clock


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To set clock:
1. Press "Timer/clock button". The hour digit begins to flash.
2. Press (<< P.DOWN or >> P.UP) on the multicontrol to set Hours.
3. Press SET button. The minute digits begins to flash.
4. Press (<, P.DOWN or >> P.UP) on the multicontrol to set Minutes.
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To set clock do the folloing:
[1] Press and hold 'clock' until the hour flashes on the display.
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[3] Press 'digital tuning' << or >> to set the minute.
[4] Press "PROG.SET" to save the setting and "STOP" to quit setting.
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Hi :) i was wondering how i change the clock on my Lg dvd Micro HiFi system FB163. i hold clock then press Set and from there i dont know how to change the time.


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http://ebookspdf.s3.amazonaws.com/gadget/LG-FB163-Manual.pdf

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Ido not know how to set the clock on this system.


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2. Press TUNING UP or DOWN to set the hour and then press PRESET UP/ DOWN to shift to minute digits.
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4. Press SET to save settings and STOP to quit setting.

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Follow the procedure to set time/ clock.

Setting the clock
1. Press and hold CLOCK until
the hour flashes on the display.
2. Press << / >> to set the hour
and then press CLOCK to shift
to minute digits.
3. Press << / >> to set the minute.
4. Press PROG•SET to save
settings or STOP to quit setting.

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Press the "Clock Set" Button again to make the minute display blink.
Adjust the minutes the same way.
Once the hour and minutes are both set, be sure to press the "Clock Set" button
one more time. Now the Hour and Minute display should no longer be blinking and
you should be good to go. (I just figured it out for myself.) Hope this helped!

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