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Setting time after power been uplugged for 1 hr

I am having trouble setting the time on this radio clock after it is has been left unplugged for 1 hr. every time i plug it in it reads 12:00 and it freezes. you may email me at zkhan@credential.com

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Re: setting time after power been uplugged for 1 hr

I had the same problem with my Sony Dream machine of not being able to set the time after a power outage and finally figured out the sequence. Unplug power chord, plug in, then press the set time button holding until the 12 flashed, then up and down to the hour is set, then press the set time once, then the minutes flash , then set minutes, then press set time once. You seem to only get one chance for this, then if you make a mistake , you must unplug the chord and repeat the sequence. Why you cannot reset the time after setting it once, I have no idea. But I finally found at least a solution for my problem.

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Push and release the "clock set" button on the lowere right face of the radio. watch for the red clock to appear on the display. Use the "search tune" buttons to set the proper time. then press and release the clock set button again watching to see that the red clock disappears from the display.

There is also a switch inside the battery compartment to set your time zone.

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Get the PDF of user's manual @ http://www.usersmanualguide.com/philips/home_audio-video__clock_radios/aj3935_11 Many languages available.

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Re: setting time after power been uplugged for 1 hr

Is there battery backup??? if so take it out for a while and then replace with a new one

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Re: setting time after power been uplugged for 1 hr

Just dont unplug it & read the manual for time settings

Posted on Aug 01, 2007

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On the back of the clock - left hand side if you've laid it down on it's face - is a row of switches. You need to start the time set-up with the clock having been unplugged so there's no time set in the memory5.gif.
Now, to those switches: The first (from the left) is DST = Daylight Savings Time - right now you'de set this to "ON."
The second switch is Time Zone: PST, MST, CST, EST (Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern). Set the switch to the time zone you are in.
The third is just the brightness.

Now, to set the time itself:
1 - Turn the clock face back up to where you can see it.
2 - LOOK AT THE CLOCK - LOL! This is an atomically set clock - you shouldn't need to set the time. The atomic clock bounces off of satellites all around the world. There is literally little to no "dead zones" for the clock, so you should never have to set your clock - just set it up like I state at the beginning.

Good Luck!

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