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Time when i change the battery, i need set time again, this is a second radio! thanks

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Changing Time Setting


It is not intuitive, but the way to set the time is as follows:
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2) make sure the YB is OFF (important!!!)
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4) you will be entering the time in 24 hour format WITH a leading zero if necessary!!!
5) at about 3 seconds BEFORE your time mark, key in the time with the following keystrokes:

H,H,decimal point,M,M

6) IMMEDIATLY press the TIME I/II key !!! This is VERY important!!!
You get only about 1 second of time to press this key after you enter the unit minutes.
If you miss the window, it shows an error or reverts to the wrong time.

The only way to sync the seconds is to time it just right with your reference.

If you want to set Time II, FIRST set Time I, THEN press the TIME I/II key to get the
display to show TIME II. Then you can enter the TIME II time in 24 hour format, H,H,decimal point, M,M, then TIME I/II. You don't have to worry about syncing the seconds for TIME II - it is locked to TIME I.

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First don't let the batteries go completely dead. Second take out one battery and put in a fresh one then remove the other weak battery and replace it. If you do it this way and work quickly you will be able to retain all of your presets and time function.

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