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    choose Settings ,General,Date & Time. Depending on wether u are using pod classic or touch little variations may be seen. If this is not the solution ur looking for could you please explain a little more on the problem

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Choose Settings ,General,Date & Time. Depending on wether u are using pod classic or touch little variations may be seen. If this is not the solution ur looking for could you please explain a little more on the problem

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According to the instructions that we received with our clock. You should be able to get the Instruction manual from prodinfo@gpx.com. It is also supposed to be under the support section of the website www.dpi-global.com but I couldn't find such a link.

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3. When the correct time is selected, release the "AL1" or "AL2" Button to set the clock.

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http://logitech-en-emea.custhelp.com/ci/fattach/get/502116//session/L2F2LzEvc2lkL21ReUpSR0Fr
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