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I need to set the clock it is only letting me set the hour but not the minuts and it keeps blinking
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Blondie

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Probably you want to convert it to 220 volt. Simple, go to mechanic who will take out Transformer and easily convert it to 220, I got it done myself as well, AM/FM will work properly being analogue tuning.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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