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this is all i could find,if this does not work go to the link and the bottom. How to set time on sharp alarm clock?
Change switch to BUZZER. 3.) Press and hold the ALARM button on top of the clock. 4.) Press HOUR button until desired hour is displayed.12 Feb 2013
From Eclipse tech support... Basically, as they said: The clock is set by
the GPS. The unit needs to be On.
Setting Daylight Saving time: The clock is set by
the GPS. The unit needs to be On. Push the [MENU] button once, on the
display touch the [SETUP] icon, then touch the [TIME ZONE] icon, and then select
DAYLIGHT SAVING On/Off. Push the [OK] icon to 2 times to exit.
So it does not appear that it can be performed manually. I hope that helps
Okay, I'm assuming that you were sucessful in resetting your radio code.
I'm also assuming that you have a CD player (which may not be the case).
The flashing clock also functions as an error code indicator. It should say something, indicating what the error is. You can't set the clock until the error is resolved (a disc stuck in the CD player, for example, on no disc in the CD when it's been told to play).
The procedure is as follows (which you probably know): The audio system display usually shows the time when the ignition switch is in ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II). It shows the operation mode of the radio, cassette player, or optional CD player/changer when you operate them, then goes back to the time display after five seconds. If an error occurs while operating the optional CD player or changer, the display will keep showing the error code and will not switch to the time display until the error is corrected.You can set the time only when the clock is displayed. To set the hours, press the H (Preset 4) button while pressing the CLOCK (SCAN/RPT) button. Press and hold the H button until the hour advances to the desired time.
To set the minutes, press the M (Preset 5) button while pressing the CLOCK (SCAN/RPT) button. Press and hold the M button until the minutes numbers advance to the desired time.
If you don't have a CD player, or no error is showing in the clock read-out, leave a comment so I can investigate further.
Hope this helps you.
cut the power off to the radio. They hold the clock button in for a few seconds. the clock will show up, and should be blinkimg.Us the tuner button to set the hours, then hit the volumn button. This should switch it to the minuntes. when time is set. Push clock button again, and it should be set.
Setting the Time This is the mode for setting the time on the unit’s clock display. (Refer to page 51 for details concerning the clock display.) As soon as you switch to “Minute”, the seconds start counting from 00.
1. Press the FUNCTION button and select the Time setting mode in the InitialSetting Menu always select “OFF”.
2. Select “Hour” or “Minute” with the < / > buttons.
I have the Zenith xbv613 model DVD/VCR player and also need to change the clock set up. For the xbv613 I had to switch the player to VCR. The menu button did not bring the clock set up in DVD. When I switched to VCR and hit the menu button the clock set up showed, where I used to right arrow button to change the time. Hope this helps.
This Clock/Radio/CD player has had component failure problems. The unit is probably not worth repairing. The reason is the parts and repair information is probably very limited. The cost of the repair with parts and labor will be expensive. This repair would probably cost you more than just buying a new Clock/Radio/CD player. I hope this information helps you with your problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!
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