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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is how you adjust the time zone:
1.) push MODE till "AL" appears after the minute.
2.) tap "SET" (tap means push but do not hold) and time zone will advance.
3.) THE TRICK: The Time Zone can only be set in the Alarm Mode. Make sure you so not push and hold "SET" until the hour flashes as you would to set the alarm time. You just go into Alarm Mode and tap "SET" to advance the Time Zone by one zone per tap. When the Time Zone is where you want it, tap MODE to return to the clock and set the correct time.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
I had the same problem with my Sony Dream machine of not being able to set the time after a power outage and finally figured out the sequence. Unplug power chord, plug in, then press the set time button holding until the 12 flashed, then up and down to the hour is set, then press the set time once, then the minutes flash , then set minutes, then press set time once. You seem to only get one chance for this, then if you make a mistake , you must unplug the chord and repeat the sequence. Why you cannot reset the time after setting it once, I have no idea. But I finally found at least a solution for my problem.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
To set AM/PM (12 hour) or Military (24 hour) time - Press the On/Off button once to turn your Wave radio off.
Press and hold Clock Set, and then press On/Off to switch between AM/PM (12 HR) or military (24 HR) formats
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Repeat for the minutes
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