I don't have the manual, but I can tell you how to set the clock. This was a doozy to find out exactly how to do this! This technique probably will work with most other Pioneer receivers too.
Either start your car or turn the ignition key to the ACC position (so that the radio is receiving power). With the radio/CD turned off, press and hold the function button (the one in the upper right hand corner) for about 5 seconds, the hours on the clock should start to blink. Use the volume +/- buttons to change the hour, use the track up/down buttons to switch from hour to minutes. Press the power button to get the new time to set.
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On my pioneer, you have to shut the unit off, and hold down the source button. If that doesnt work, try holding down each button "one at a time"... Pioneers have run like that for years. You might find some extra equalizers too. Dont go changin too much.
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