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The clock is not working while the player is off

Do i have to set the clock new every time i switch on my player???

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I'm having the same problem with mine can anyone help

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It is a fluke - I can't remember exactly, but it either happens before you upgrade the firmware or after - there is no solution - you can even call Philips to verify.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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How do i change the time on my verizon ravine 2 from military time to 24 hour time?


Hi Marilyn - As military time is the same as 24 hour time, did you mean you'd prefer to display 12 hour time rather than 24 hour time?

The phone's manual explains how to alter the clock format so I've copied the relevant part for you.

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How do I get the clock off of military time?


There is no setting to change it to a 12-hour clock. So, your stuck with the 24-hour clock. However if there is a firmware update, it could add a option for a 12-hour clock. So you could check for that on the Visual Land website:http://www.visual-land.com/downloads.html.

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How do I set my clock ,?


Follow the below mentioned steps : 1. Turn on your player. You may have to charge the battery or plug it into the wall, but power must be on.
2 Locate the "Menu" button, which is next to a big round button. Press to summon the main menu.
3 Select "Settings." A new menu will appear. Choose "Time & Date."
4 Select "Set Time." Set hour, minute and AM/PM, toggling the numbers with the wheel on the upper right of the player.
5 Select "Set Date." Set month, day and year, toggling the numbers with the wheel on the upper right of the player.
6 Select "Done" to save your settings.

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I have a clock that will not get correct time. I have no way yo set it . Model #44100 Equity.


All Equity Insta-Set clocks automatically set the correct time and date when you turn on the power. Occasionally, the automatic time-setting feature malfunctions and you must reset the time yourself. Manually changing the time to the correct time on an Equity Insta-Set clock requires the push of only a few buttons to get the clock back on track:

1. Press and hold the "Alarm Set" button for five to seven seconds, the year will begin to blink when the clock is ready for adjustment.
2. Set the year by pressing the right-arrow, "Up" or "+" button, depending on your model of clock
3. Set the month, day, hour and minute. Press the "Alarm Set" button to cycle through each field, and use the "Up," "+" or right-arrow button to adjust the values within each field.
4. Press the "Alarm Set" button after setting the date and time to store the information into your clock's memory.
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If you want to change date and time display format, you can also do this under common settings.

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