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Clock My manual is missing and I can't remember how to reset the clock. I have been trying since Daylight Savings.

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1.While the unit is off, keep the CLOCK button depressed  and press HOUR adjustment button to set hours.

2. Repeat with MINUTE button.

Also, you can get a manual for the unit from Nakamishi. They will want the serial number of your unit.

I hope this helps.
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