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Hi there,
you can get the entire manual from

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/downloadPage.jsp?doc=570802e4a36a5f82176500351bd11bb5&q=Kenwood+KDC-MP5028

It has details on how to set the time, and everything else... :)
Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa

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I got to liking the Sharper Image LM521 Digital Clock so much that I finally took the time to figure out how to manually set it-it was that or toss it! The instructions are as follows:
NOTE!!!
AFTER installing fresh batteries, or removing and reinstalling the batteries:
Successively pressing the "SET" button results in steps 1.) to 11.) below, each of which describes the particular/specific LM521 clock function you you can manually set.
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8 = Pacific standard time
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> Set from "-1h" to "-12" to offset the time set by the satellite signal in case it does not match the time in your time zone. (E.g., 3pm -1h = 2pm.)
> NOTE: The default setting is -7h. If the satellite signal resets the time, say to 9pm, the time displayed will be 2pm (9pm-7h)--but if it should display 5pm instead to match your time zone, then set offset to -4h. Hence, the need to correctly set the offset hours if the -7h default value does not work for you.

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