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Don't know how to change the time or set stations

I want to learn how to set the time on my in dash AM/FM Receiver and CD player. It came installed in the second hand car without a manual. Also want to know how to set stations

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Okay, this is an easy one. Here is the link to the owner's manual.
http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/99/FSUN3105-631.pdf
copy and paste the above link in your browser and you can save a .pdf file version of the owners manual.

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