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There is a yellow wire in the harness coming out of the head unit, this should be connected to a constant power. This circut maintains power to the head unit for the clock and memory.
The red wire should be connected to a source that is turned on and off with the key switch.
OK now you sized it down the ignition on it lights the numbers but the unit needs the power from the battery and that has to be seperate and direct wirh some type of fused protection. Just like if you had the battery out or dead everything resets to its origin.
Always had to reboot a computer in the old days... Now a days it is our cars Tommy Tech the Wreck
The problem is usually a weak battery. When cranking, it pulls down the system so much that the clock resets. Try puting the batt on a charger and start the bike to see if the clock resets with a steady feed of voltage.
The clue is that you have to reset the clock. You are losing power somehow. the Main Board thinks it is being unplugged and it resets the clock and you have to start all over. The fact that after so many times it will finally work tells me that whatever bad connection you have is finally getting hot enough to expand and make a good enough connection to keep working. Intermittant connections are the worse to find. A lot of trial and error to find the problem. can be bad fuse and fuse holder ( in the unit), bad outlet, loose wire at circuit breaker, loose wire at outlet. Even a loose breaker where it snaps onto the buss bar in the Breaker Box. Etc, it an really drive you nuts trying to find it. Try the unit in a totally different area making sure it is on a compleately different circuit breaker and see what it does, if the problem follows the unit, the problems is in the unit. If not, electrical problems, outlet, breaker, panel,
There's no downloadable manual, but the manufacturer has it on a page here. As for the time changing overnight, make sure you have the right time zone set. It's probably wrong now, and the clock is resetting itself each day to what it thinks is the right time.
Please try on some other power point as if there is loose contact or sparking in point which cause to switch off as soon as you start because of heavy current drawn by oven and clock also resets.
If not solved even then must have some short circuit or over loading in timer circuit or magnetron. in this case you have to call for a service engineer.