Question about iLO DVDR05 DVD Recorder
Clock gains seconds each day
I have the same problem. Don't try using the auto clock update from antenna/cable either, that always sets it way off, if it even works at all I just keep setting it back manually. But now my unit has more major problems. It won't record anymore, its time to buy a better box.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
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Your DVD-VCR contains a 24-hour clock and calendar used to:
Automatically stop programme recording
Preset your DVD-VCR to record a programme
You must set the date and time when:
You purchase the DVD-VCR
Do not forget to reset the time when you change
clocks from winter to summer time and vice versa
 Press SETUP on the remote control.
Result: The MAIN MENU is displayed
 Press the corresponding up/down button or Forward/Reverse buttons to select the
CLOCK SET option.
 Press the ENTER button to select this option.
Result: The CLOCK SET menu is displayed
 Press Reverse or Forward button to select the hour, minutes, day, month and year.
Result: The option selected flashes
 Press the Up/Down buttons to increase or decrease the value.
Result: The day of the week is displayed automatically
You can hold the Up/Down buttons down to scroll more
quickly through the values
 On completion, press RETURN twice to exit the menu
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