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Press SOURCE and hold until your head unit turns off. Press MULTI-CONTROL and hold until Clock Set appears in the display. Press MULTI-CONTROL to display the setting mode. Press MULTI-CONTROL to select the segment of the clock display you wish to set. Each time you press MULTI-CONTROL, one segment of the clock display is selected (Hour-Minute) As you select each segment of the clock display, the selected segment blinks. Turn MULTI-CONTROL knob to adjust blinking segment.
Reference page 29 in your instruction manual.
1. Power the unit off (See instruction manual page 11, "Power ON/OFF") - Crucial missing instruction.
2. Use MULTI-CONTROL to select CLOCK SET.
3. Press MULTI_CONTROL to display the setting mode.
4. Press MULTI-CONTROL to select the segment of the clock display you wish to set.
5. Turn MULTI-CONTROL to put a clock right
wellto set the clock you need to first hold the source button to turn it off to where the clock is just on. then press and hold the clock button until it beeps then use the arrows to set the clock..........
and to set the stations you need to tune in your fav station and then press and hold the number you want to place that station. you can also do best station memory if you are in an unfamiliar area or if you just want to fast tune all the local stations that come in the best it will randomly preset the stations by pressing and holding till it beeps on the program bottom. then the screen will run BSMuntil it finds and places the stations. hope this helps!
if all you need to do is get the cd out there is a small hole in the foront of the unit just big enoufe for a papper clip just stratien one out and put it in the hole but if you want to fix your unit then you will have to take the face plate apart get the soda out of the face plate i always use glass cleaner and cotton swabs for this just make shure you get any and all residue off before you put it back togethr and make shure you clean the rubber pads under the buttons and you should be good to go
Upper right-hand corner, there's a button next to the "eject" button. Pressing this button while the unit is on will cycle between displaying the clock and the track number & play time (CD) or clock & radio station.
When the unit is off, you can press the same button to completely shut off the display, which is sometimes nice if you don't want the blue ring around the volume knob glaring in your face.
turn off the unit by holding in the source button then hold in the function button till the screen changes then cycle thru the menus till you see the clock set screen then just use the arrow buttons to set the clock to exit press the band esc button