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Settings How do I reset the clock?

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Re: Settings

Http:// Its not the same model, but should be the same adjustments.

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Ido not know how to set the clock on this system.

The remote control is needed to set the time.
1) Press and hold CLOCK until the hour flashes on the display.
2) Press PRESET UP or DOWN to set the hour and then press CLOCK to shift to minute digits.
3) Press PRESET UP or DOWN to set the minute.
4) Press SET to save settings.

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Stuck in standby

You can reset all to factory settings, which may help; unplug power, put back in switch on with power button. Then press together "tape", "CD" and the power button. You may need to reset the clock before it will work. If you need the manual, here is the link; check page 26 for the reset if not clear - nothing else in there that seems to be related, but you may find something i missed. Hope this helps :)

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How to set clock

Hi there,

Follow below procedures to set the clock..

1. Press CLOCK until the time flashes on the display (12-hour clock for RCA, 24-hour clock for Thomson).
2. Press TUNING UP or DOWN to set the hour and then press PRESET UP/ DOWN to shift to minute digits.
3. Press TUNING UP or DOWN to set the minute.
4. Press SET to save settings and STOP to quit setting.

Note: When system is ON, you can press CLOCK to
display the current time for about 2 seconds.

Jeep Brainy

Sep 19, 2009 | RCA RS1285 CD Shelf System

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How can we turn off the automatic start of Radio or CD setting?

The activating and deactivating of the 24 hour timer is via a toggle button, labeled "TIMER" on towards the right side of the top console. When the TIMER is activated, you will see a small clock symbol on the LCD display. While the unit is on, tap the TIMER button once. The clock symbol will disappear and the timer is now off.

Reactivating the timer is the same process (remember, the button is a toggle). Tap the TIMER button and you'll see the timer settings show up on the display (time on, time off, source, and volume). The little clock symbol appears again.

If you have lost your manual, you can download another one for free from this location:

Good luck!

Nov 17, 2008 | JVC FS-SD1000 CD Shelf System

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No manual

Follow the procedure to set time/ clock.

Setting the clock
1. Press and hold CLOCK until
the hour flashes on the display.
2. Press << / >> to set the hour
and then press CLOCK to shift
to minute digits.
3. Press << / >> to set the minute.
4. Press PROG•SET to save
settings or STOP to quit setting.

You can download user manual at RCA Support.


Sep 07, 2008 | RCA RS2663 Shelf System

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Setting the time

turn clock on

Press the SET buttom (red Clock icon will come on)

Use fast fwrd / fast Revs button to move clock forward or back

Press the set button when done

Mar 10, 2008 | GE Spacemaker 75300 Shelf System

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Turn the system on and press the "Clock/Timer" button (located above the eject button for Deck 1). The clock will appear. To change the time, simply hold down either the < or > buttons (the ones you use to change radio stations and begin CD/tape playback). Press "Clock/Timer" again to lock in the time.

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Sony demo

Had the same problem. The display of the home cinema system kept showing "sony demo". I went to the system menu and reset all settings to factory!

Nov 20, 2007 | Sony CMT-M100MD\W CD Shelf System

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HCD-XG500 it says push power protect

Power protect tends to mean the main power amp chip has "blown" and needs to be replaced. It only costs about 20 dollars (10GBP). If you are handy with a soldering iron it is easy to do (after you get the thing to bits !) It is the big black thing on the big heatsink inside. The Sony part number is STK442 - 130. Seems a waste to throw the whole thing away for the sake of 10 pounds !. Hope this helps. Nik Howell (

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