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How to adjust the correct time of ajanta quartz ODC-120

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Move the plastic button at the back slightly to the right side where it says "Time" and than adjust the time by pressing 'Mode' and 'Up/Countdown' buttons

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How to set time date in ajanta quartz odc-120

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