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Cannot set rc alarm to euro time

I have been given a new KLIK  rc alarm clock. We live in France and the clock goes back to UK time every night. Can anyone help. We will be travelling soon and need tpo be able to adjust to world times.

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Most of my repair does'nt have a manual,all I do is to sure that all,the function button is working.then proceed to try all the function to work and observed what is the result. That watch have one sitting crown by pulling,first pulled little then wind left and right and observed,second half pulled,then wind again third full pulled for hands function.For the buttons for setting is need to be long press then go to menu and the right button the up and down is for scrolling . Try all the setting this cannot damage the watch and you find the result. Hope it may help you; Regards; VOTIT

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problem solved.
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