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Clock changes time by itself

Today 2-25-08 my clock change from 8:59am to 5:50pm. I went to setup to set clock and found the month of May was flashing wiht the year 2045. I reset time and date, quit setup in about 2 to3 mins. the time jumped ahead again. the time wont stay set correct on my GoVideo DVR4400

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  • kCCA Aug 22, 2008

    How can i set my clock on the govideo dvd/vcr set

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    how to set clock on a go video combo?

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    When using setup in initial setting-time and date setting to adjust clock, the time and date setting is greyout

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If you have a govideo combo please tell me how to set the clock I have no manual.
My problem is directly above yours. Thank you.

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

  • margaret777 Mar 25, 2008

    need to set clock on govideo dvr 4400.

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