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Mutant mt2000 car cd radio

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PRESS THE DISPLAY BUTTON AND HOLD DOWN THE CLOCK WILL FLASH TURN THE VOLUME KNOB RIGHT TO CHANGE THE MINUTES AND LEFT TO CHANGE THE HOURS THN PRESS DISPLAY AGAIN AND ITS SET

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

PRESS THE DISPLAY BUTTON AND HOLD DOWN THE CLOCK WILL FLASH TURN THE VOLUME KNOB RIGHT TO CHANGE THE MINUTES AND LEFT TO CHANGE THE HOURS THN PRESS DISPLAY AGAIN AND ITS SET

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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How do i set the clock


press the menu button for a few seconds, then use the am/fm buttons to scroll through the menu. when you get to clock set hold the seek up or down button for a few seconds. when the clock starts flashing use the am/fm buttons to set the hours and the seek up and down to set the minutes. when the time is set, press the menu button again. it may take you back into the menu. if you wish to exit the menu, simply press the menu button once again.

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Mutant headunit instruction manual mt-cdm501ucr


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Can't set clock on stereo


Here's the answer I found straight from Pioneer:

If your car CD player is a 2006 model or newer:
  • With the ignition on and radio OFF,
  • Press and hold the MULTI-CONTROL button for 2 seconds
  • Rotate MULTI-CONTROL button until display reads CLOCK.
  • Push MULTI-CONTROL button up or down to adjust hour and minutes.
  • Press ESCAPE or SOURCE button to exit

If your car CD player is newer than 2000 but older than 2006:

  • With the ignition on and radio OFF, press and hold the FUNCTION button, until the display pops up, then release the button.
  • (If you do not have a function button, use the AUDIO button instead).
  • Press the FUNCTION button again until the clock shows on the display.
  • Press the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the hours.
  • Press the LEFT and RIGHT arrows to move to the minutes.
  • Press the UP and DOWN to adjust the minutes.
    When you've completed all the steps, just press the SOURCE button to exit
    .

If your car CD player is 1999 or older:

  • With the ignition on and radio OFF,
  • While holding down the CLOCK button, press the number preset button to set the hour.
  • While holding down the CLOCK button, press the number 2 preset button to set the minutes.
  • Pressing the respective buttons consecutively or continuously will advance the hour and minute.

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Mutant MT2000


do you still have this CD player? Is it still faulty? would you be interested in selling?

vicki5150@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks

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Changing the time pioneer DEN2000MP


The solution that worked for me is:

1) turn off the radio.
2) Push and hold the power button down (the dial). DON'T release the button.
3) The unit will display the time on the lcd screen with the numbers flashing, (only hr or min).
4) use the up/dwn, right/left buttons to set the clock.
5) turn off the unit by pushing the power button (again, the dial).

That is it. the clock should be set.

Hope that helps,

Nov 11, 2008 | Pioneer DEH-2000 CD Changer

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Pioneer radio clock


as per pioneer site there is no model with number KEH4950,so how do i guide you ?
generally clock setting on pioneer sets( latest ones )is as follows:1)turn the car ignition ON (2)press multicontrol until display shows the blinking clock.(3)use multicontrol (press left or right to control hour or minute segments.(4)press multicontrol again to finalise and start the clock .

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PIOneer


you must have a cd playing and the clock dispalying while setting the clock

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I had the same problem with the "roay" dude. I did not have an "F" button. Try this...there is an "Audio" button to the top right of my display. Hold this button until the clock numbers blink. Use the up and down buttons till you get the time desired. This button will also allow you to change minutes. Thanks "scottcal" for getting me in the right direction.

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Pioneer DEH 225 car radio instructio booklet


Actually, there a re a bunch of hits when you Google it.

Here's the answer I found straight from Pioneer:

If your car CD player is a 2006 model or newer:
  • With the ignition on and radio OFF,
  • Press and hold the MULTI-CONTROL button for 2 seconds
  • Rotate MULTI-CONTROL button until display reads CLOCK.
  • Push MULTI-CONTROL button up or down to adjust hour and minutes.
  • Press ESCAPE or SOURCE button to exit

If your car CD player is newer than 2000 but older than 2006:

  • With the ignition on and radio OFF, press and hold the FUNCTION button, until the display pops up, then release the button.
  • (If you do not have a function button, use the AUDIO button instead).
  • Press the FUNCTION button again until the clock shows on the display.
  • Press the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the hours.
  • Press the LEFT and RIGHT arrows to move to the minutes.
  • Press the UP and DOWN to adjust the minutes.
    When you've completed all the steps, just press the SOURCE button to exit
    .

If your car CD player is 1999 or older:

  • With the ignition on and radio OFF,
  • While holding down the CLOCK button, press the number preset button to set the hour.
  • While holding down the CLOCK button, press the number 2 preset button to set the minutes.
  • Pressing the respective buttons consecutively or continuously will advance the hour and minute.
For further assistance please consult your user manual.

Here are some other answers from around the web:

Hold down the source button till the unit switches off. Press thefunction button until it says clock. Use the tuner/volume controls tochange the time. Left/right switches between hour and minute. Up/downchanges the actual numbers.The website I'm including has all the old manuals on it if this doesnot work for you. Problem is, you may not know your model # so willhave to click through the links till you see a pic of one that lookslike yours. Hope this helps. I'm stoked that my clock is finally right!

turn the radio OFF with the car ON
then its easy to set the clock.
Most folks try to figure it out with the radio on
and it cant be done with the radio on,

Turn it off. Hold down "func" or "function" until something happens.
Then press the arrow keys still something else happens. When you're done, press "func" or "function" till nothing happens. Turn it on.


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Come on, someone, pleeeeease???

It's driving me crazy.

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