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Need operating instruction

I lost my instruction sheet and can't get the item to work. Can you tell me where can I get an instruction sheet?

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Re: need operating instruction

Operating Instructions can be found at

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Re: need operating instruction

Go to and choose your model from the pull down menu.

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I dont know where to find an instructions booklet but I can help with setting the time/date:
To set the time and date (you have to do them both together):
  • First press and hold the 'CLOCK' button until it beeps then let go.
  • You will then be required to select the year by scrolling up or down with the 'TIME SET' rocker switch on the right hand side.
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  • You will then be required to select the the month. Do this by once again using the 'TIME SET' rocker switch and then pressing 'ENTER'.
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