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Clock i can get the numbers right then it just keeps blinking i have a feeling when i'm done i hold sumtin down but i dono what to hold down

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Yo you gotta press the button that says set..its to the right a little bit im not lookin at mine now but i remember i had to figure that out too..maybe you already got it i dunno

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