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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: setting the clock on my dvd/vcr
Here is a link to your owners manual: http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/tacpassets-images/models/SD-v393/docs/SD-v393_om_e.pdf It explains how to set the clock on pages 24-26.
Posted on Mar 25, 2007
SOURCE: setting the clock
Use an Aiwa Hifi Remote Control...Turn on the L300 (without any DVD on the player). Wait until in the TV appears "No Disc" Open the tray and put a DVD from other region (not zone 1), don't close the tray!!!. On the remote control of the Aiwa press the "Clock" button, in some remote control you must do a button combination like "Shift+9" (Is the combination to see the clock, do the combination fast), and in other model of Aiwa remote control doesn't appear the clock button, you must try with the "random" button. If you do it right, in the corner of TV where "No Disc" appears it will say "adjust complete".
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
I have the Zenith xbv613 model DVD/VCR player and also need to change the clock set up. For the xbv613 I had to switch the player to VCR. The menu button did not bring the clock set up in DVD. When I switched to VCR and hit the menu button the clock set up showed, where I used to right arrow button to change the time. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
According to the manual, to set the standard time, you should press VCR MENU, then SET + OR - to select System Setup. Press ENTER. Press SET+ OR - again and then choose STANDARD TIME followed by ENTER to set your own time zone. Press SET + OR - one more time to select your time zone, and then again press ENTER. To return, press VCR MENU twice.
Just a note: The unit is set to AUTO CLOCK when it is shipped. If you leave it this way, the clock will set itself after you plug in the unit provided you do not press POWER for at least three minutes when you first plug it in. Also, your cable box or antenna must be attached in order for it to find the time.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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