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You must first be sure your remote is set to VCR by pressing the VCR/DVD button.
Then press SETUP/VCR MENU button.
Use your arrow buttons to select SYSTEM SETUP.
On the next screen select CLOCK SET,
Press enter until you get to the time selection.
Use your right arrow to increase or left arrow to decrease the hour or minutes, Then press ENTER.
Press VCR/DVD if you wish to return the DVD display.

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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.

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