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Do you have the owners manual -- ? you can download one from their website that has the instructions on this function

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

  • mike4671 Mar 03, 2009

    send me your email address and I will send you a copy of the owners manual --



    to set the time::::



    1. Select Clock Adjustment Mode

    Press the top or bottom side of the control knob

    Select the " CLK ADJ / CLCK display "



    2. Enter Clock Adjust Mode

    Press the center of the control knob for at least 1 second

    The clock display blinks



    3. Adjust the hours

    Press the top or bottom side of the control knob

    Adjust the minutes

    Press the right of left side of the control knob



    4. Exit Clock adjustment mode

    Press the { B.BOOST} buttom

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