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DMT-E95 can not set time

I am trying to set the cl'ock but won't let me.
From the setup menu, I am able to choose Auto or Manual setting but no beyond.
I do not see the page where I can input the time or change the time zone.
Any help will be appreciated it.
Thanks.

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Two options.
Select Auto - You will need to plug in a coaxial standard TV antenna for the auto clock function to receive an atomic clock pulse. After a few seconds (sometimes minutes) it will display the correct time. Once the time is displayed you can disconnect the TV antenna if you want.
Or, select Manual then OK or Enter - Then use your arrow keys on the remote to set the time.

I would always recommend auto mode. If you don't have a TV antenna you can poke a miniature screwdriver in the coax socket just to get a clock signal.

Instruction manuals are available online, if you Google you'll find one.
Regards
Helen

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