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I have a LCD Clock (KK-2805) and I lost the manual

Size: 138*195*25mm
Function: Time, big display, calendar, 12/24hour, temperature, alarm, snooze, count up/ down, AA battery

I have a LCD Clock (KK-2805) and I lost the manual that tells me how to set everything I have been trying for over an hour to figure it all out. On the back to set everything, it has six buttons: mode, set, up. Underneath those three buttons it has: time, reset, start/stop. It looks like this:
Mode set up
time reset start/stop
Please help me.


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