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Hold that setup button for 10 seconds and then scroll thru to find the clock hope that helps.

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How to set time


1. enter stanby
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2. Select the clock display
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the clock display blinks
4 Adjust the hours
push the control know towards [fm] or [am]
Adjust the minutes - push the control knob towards ['>'] 5. exit the clock adjustment mode
press the [clk] button.

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