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Clock loses time

Whenever we play a DVD, the clock loses time. The othernight we started a movie at 9 PM and when it was over the clock read 8 PM.

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Take daylight savings time in the clock setting. if not, it might be a clock defect in the unit.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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This may also happen on a CD player. Try to put in an empty disk for as long as the CD player lost time. This will make your CD player gain time.

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I dont no how to set the timer to 24 hr clock


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however a 24 hour clock has the same times up to midday -- midnight to midday --- the hours are 1 to 12 oclock after midday you take 2 off the reading and it is the same time as a 12 hour clock
so 1300 is 1 o'clock, 1400 is 2 oclock ,1500 is 3 o'clock
1800 is 6 o'clock 2400 is midnight
the minutes are the same regardless so 1.30 is 1.30 after midnight or 1330 after midday or 1.30 after midday now for example --if you want the timer to start at 6am you set the timer to start at 6 am to switch off at 8 am set switch of at 8 am
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Take out all 3 batteries. Move the hands to 5:50. Put batteries back. Start turning the white dial to correct time. As you're turning, if the clock is silent after 9 o'clock, you are on PM. For am, continue turning white dial to 6 o'clock when the bird sounds will start again and then to the correct AM time.

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How do you set the clock


I'm afraid you will need to contact the manufacturer.


Dear customers,
if your emails were rejected by Tech.support@tgegroup.com
pls try another email address TGE.customer.service@gmail.com
if you still failed to reach us, pls try the on-line service by MSN: TGE.customer.service@hotmail.com


our on-line service time is(EASTERN TIME):
Monday~Thursday 8:00~9:00 am
8:00~9:00 pm
Sunday : 8:00~9:00 pm

Good luck

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We have an Aiwa clock radio (NSX 3500). We are having trouble setting the wake-up time. How do we find "military time" or maybe better eliminate the problem. We set the alarm and it doesn't...


On a 24-hour clock, 8 AM is 0800. 2000 is 8 PM.

Obviously, you have managed to set the clock with an offset of 12 hours or have the wrong time zone. Some systems may use Universal Time (UTC) with the 24 hour clock. To find a local time in the military time, you add 12 to the hour for any time after noon. Thus 2 PM = 1400 and 4 PM = 1600. To convert from UTC, try this converter: https://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_UTC.aspx .

I hope you can reset your clock with this information.

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Two clocks are set at 6am one clock gains 30 seconds every hour and the second clock loses 1 minute every hour. at what time will the faster clock be 30 minutes ahead of the second clock


Compute the difference in clock-speeds, namely 90 seconds per hour.
Convert the units of time: 30 minutes becomes 180 seconds.
So, divide 180 by 90 to get '2', namely 2 hours after the 6 o'clock "start" time, which makes it 8 PM.











P.S. There is at least one error in the above solution. If you truly understand the solution, make the necessary correction, and submit the corrected "homework" to your teacher.

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Pixel Chix clock


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We are available Monday through Friday 9 AM to 7 PM Eastern Time, 6 AM to 4 PM Pacific Time. Saturday 11 AM to 5 PM Eastern Time, 8 AM to 2 PM Pacific Time.

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non whats so yet im waiting on a another person who had the same experience to aid me in solution protron went out of buisness thier product is a low price legtatmite multi region recoder but due to the small video converter it cant autyomaticly detect individual regions only pal encoded all regions disk so as a result this requires a change on the region itself to get it to detect individual regions for some reason they didnt put am or pm and im beging to believe that their clock is of millitary time and cant be change im waiting on some one with same experience

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Error U99 disc stuck in machine


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I have also discovered a number of special things you can do using special key presses. These have not been documented in any of the user manuals. As an aside, one time I was trying to manually set the clock. There is an automatic clock setting mechanism, but it's never correct. Even if it is, if the program you are recording starts 1 second early, it looks like it started at "8:59 pm" instead of "9:00 pm". The way I set the clock is 30 seconds before the top of the minute (At exactly 30 seconds after 9:00, my clock goes to 9:01). This way, you will have a ±30-second window at the top of the hour to get the time-stamp correct. At any rate, I was trying to set the clock manually, but that function was "grayed out". I tried the "Reinitialize Settings", but that didn't help. I tried to change the TV-Guide settings, but that didn't help either. I tried to switch between cable and TV, but that didn't help (and somehow even that became grayed out). I called Panasonic Tech Support. I was told that my system RAM had gotten corrupted and I had to send the unit in for service! This made no sense to me. I asked her if there wasn't a way to clear the RAM back to some starting point. I was told there wasn't, and please send the unit in for service. Well, as it turns out, there IS a way to do that! (See Commands) Another time, I (somehow?) managed to make the DVD Drive tray "Lock". If I tried to eject a DVD, it would display "LOCK" and refuse to open. At least this time, when I called tech support, I was told what to do - but it really should have been in the manual.

Commands

To toggle the disk eject from "LOCK" to "UNLOCK": With the unit ON, press and hold "Power" and "Stop" for 5 seconds.

To eject a disk if the unit won't operate (U99, etc.): With the unit OFF, press and hold "Power", "Stop" and "Channel Up" for 5 seconds.

To initialize ALL parameters to factory defaults: With the unit OFF, press "Skip Rev" ( |<< ) and "Time Slip" and "Open/Close" for 5 seconds.

To enter "Service Mode": With power off, press "Stop" and "Time Slip" and "Open/Close" for 5 seconds. "SERVICEMODE 00" is displayed.

What follows are the more useful commands you can perform. You use the remote to key in a 2 number value. You can usually return back to the "Service Mode" by entering "00". If you get stuck, hold the power key for 10-12 seconds or until the unit shuts off. Try to avoid unplugging the unit while in service mode. In fact, because losing power while writing to either the hard disk or a DVD-R or DVD-RAM can lose everything, I use a small "UPS" (Battery backed-up Power Source) to power my units. This way, if the AC Mains go out, I don't damage anything…

Oh, and DO NOT experiment with any number combinations that aren't documented here. If you do, you may wish you hadn't…

00 = Return to Service mode start.

02 = Display Firmware Versions. The display will show the following for 3 seconds each:

1. DVD Region Code (should be Region 1 for USA)

2. Main Firmware Version (0950DL, or something like that)

3. Timer firmware Version (0110DC, or something like that)

4. DVD Drive firmware version (J125, or something like that)

5. ROM checksum (I think) - It should be all zeroes.

The ROM checksum will remain. You can get back to Service Mode with 00.

41 = The number of hours the laser in the DVD drive has been active.

51 = All display segments are turned on. Use 00 to exit.

61 = Date the unit was manufactured. YYYYMMDD

To exit Service Mode, hold the power key for 10-12 seconds until the unit shuts off.

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I have it too, and I think it has something to do with the timezone, so try resetting your timezone, and then the clock. it was happening to me, and I fixed it somehow. hope that helps.

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