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Air con model no CS-1273KR

I would like the manual for the remote to set the time and understand all functions

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Okay, the question WAS asked just over six years ago, but I see that it hasn't been answered yet:
To set the time:
1. Open up the "door" in front of the remote.
2. Press the little round button beneath the "UP-DOWN" button.
3. Set the time using the ?P-DOWN" button.
(How I know? I double-checked it with my remote, which is an A75C377).
The manual does not show you how to set the clock; only how to set the time. Manuals are available online - do a Google Search...

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