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Unable to set up clock om my vhs panasonic, please help

Clock, I have a panasonic vhs and need help in setting up the daily time clock, can anyone check their manual and help me. I would be so thankful. Pleas help.

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You have to set the time and date on the remote controle, then send it by IR to the unit !
I dont have the exacte way to follow here, but you have an idee to to it !

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