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From the base unit, press the "Menu" soft key.

Press volume up/down button to highlight "Global Setup" and press "Ok" soft key to select it.

Press volume up/down button to highlight "Day and Time" and press "Ok" soft key to select it.

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From the base unit, press the "Menu" soft key.

Press volume up/down button to highlight "Global Setup" and press "Ok" soft key to select it.

Press volume up/down button to highlight "Day and Time" and press "Ok" soft key to select it.

Press volume up/down button to select the day of the week and then press the right arrow soft key.

Press volume up/down button to set hour and then press the right arrow soft key.

Press volume up/down button to set minute and then press the right arrow soft key.

Press volume up/down button to choose AM or PM and then press the SAVE soft key.

You will heart a confirmation tone.


Hope that helps,

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Hi,

If you are referring to the receive audio, possibly the reason it is soft/weak are:
1. defective internal speaker - try using an external speaker;
2. volume control - try rotating back & forth till you get satisfactory level. In some cases, you may need to clean the inside of the volume control with an electronic contact cleaner. At worst is that it has to be replaced;
3. defective amplifier - between the volume control and the speaker is the audio amplifier. This is a single op-amp IC U501 (TDA1519A); and/or
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Good luck and kind regards.

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