Question about Televison & Video
What might be happening is that the capacitor that holds the charge to keep the time set, might be malfunctioning. This is a common problem. First you will have to locate the capcitor with the help of a schematic, once that is done change out the capicitor with one of the same capacitance and voltage value. Once that is done it should clear up your problem. If not check the voltage levels around the microprocessor (it might be begining to malfunction)
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Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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