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In right corner is "A" (Audio) button. Turn stereo off
and hold "A" button until clock comes on. Hour will blink. Use up and down "Select" keys to set. Then use right "Select" key to switch to minutes. Use up and down keys
to set minutes. Push "A" button when you're done.
I did this on a different stereo but I'm pretty sure its the same.
Sorry, but I don't think you can use the rca's for an aux-in. I bought a deh-10 new and there is nothing in the owners manual that even mentions useing the rca's for an aux-in.
Used it long enough to opperate it in the dark and nothing in the setup menues for changing those rca's from outs to ins.
General clock setting for Pioneer CD changers.
1)turn car iginition "ON"
2)press "SRC" and hold till unit turns "off"
3)press "audio " and hold until a blinking clock appears in display.
4)set clock by using the up , dn & right ,left keys on the faceplate.
5)turn unit OFF and ON again .
Hi. don't know if this is too late..??
While listening to music, push and hold the SRC button until you only
have the clock display up. Then push and hold the Audio button until
the hours blinks. Use the up/down buttons to set the hour, then the
right arrow to get to the minutes. When finished, push and hold the
SRC button until you get the music back.
Push and hold the menu button, use Am/Fm buttons until you find "clock adjust" or "clock set" or something similar. Then push and hold the track advance (>>) key until the clock numbers start flashing and use the >>, <<, Am/Fm keys to set the clock