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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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Re: Clock

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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Posted on Nov 20, 2007

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When you activate the preferred setting mode the unit will allow you to set the clock and choose the time zone along with the daylight saving theme.

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I need to know how to set the clock pioneer deh-p6500 thank you

Here is the link to you manual:

Setting the clock
Use these instructions to set the clock.
1 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select Clock.
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2 Push MULTI-CONTROL left or right to
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! Even when the sources are off, the clock display
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Turning the clock display
on or off
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% Press CLOCK to turn the clock display
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Thanks Scott

Unfortunately, your suggestion didn't work. I followed your instructions and the radio just comes back on, regardless of how long I hold the 'release source. And once off, and I'm holding the button in, the clock doesn't change, or start blinking as I would expect.

Your right it is an elusive menu....even the dealer I bought the car off hasn't been able to seek an answer in the last 3 days.

We are in a daylight savings period, hence why I would like an acurate reading.

Appreciate you taking he time to respond.

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