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All Equity Insta-Set clocks automatically set the correct time and date
when you turn on the power. Occasionally, the automatic time-setting
feature malfunctions and you must reset the time yourself. Manually
changing the time to the correct time on an Equity Insta-Set clock
requires the push of only a few buttons to get the clock back on track:
1. Press and hold the "Alarm Set" button for five to seven seconds, the year will begin to
blink when the clock is ready for adjustment. 2. Set the year by pressing the right-arrow, "Up" or "+" button, depending on your model of clock 3. Set the month, day, hour and minute. Press the "Alarm Set"
button to cycle through each field, and use the "Up," "+" or right-arrow
button to adjust the values within each field. 4. Press the "Alarm Set" button after setting the date and time to store the information into your clock's memory.
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1. Set the correct date and the Mid Button is the OK the center orange.
2. Volume is only changeable in the Music or Vidoe Player
3. to calibrate just press with your stylus on the center of the box with the cross lightly ( it calibrates the sensetivitys )
it was a struggle to find that out when i first got it, -touch the clock symbol -enter date... -when you entered the date. Touch the calendar symbol, which is right below the " <-- " -then it should ask you to put the time, once you entered the time click the clock symbol which is right below the ' <-- " then your done all set
Check that your timezone settings are correct on the touch:
On 2.1 firmware, it's: 1. Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar > Time Zone Support
2. Settings > General > Date & Time > Time Zone
On your pc, also make sure that it has the correct date, time, and time zone. Finally, there have been problems when you allow your computer to enter hibernation mode with iTunes running. After waking up the pc and syncing, time and date can get messed up. To avoid this, close iTunes before letting pc go in hibernation mode. Best of luck!
I'd recommend downloading the User's Manual. The instructions on how to connect the MP3 player to Bluetooth compatible headphones are located on pages 27-29 of the manual.
NOTE that the wireless headphones MUST be A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compatible to use this feature. If your headphones are also AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) compatible then you will also be able to adjust some settings of the MP3 player (such as play/pause, skip forward/backward and control the volume) wirelessly. Check the documentation on your headphones to ensure compatability.
If you access the settings menu on the player, you'll see the bluetooth settings. You'll need to turn on the bluetooth radio. Then on your bluetooth device you'll need to activate the "pairing" sequence. With both devices set to "pairing", look back on the player and check to see if it found the receiver in the bluetooth settings. You'll probably be asked to input a passkey. If the device doesn't require a passkey, then just accept and start playing music.
If you need more specific instructions, let me know and also include what device you are trying to pair with. I'll walk you through it.
You can download the manual from the link below:
It seems the players date & time are set when the player is connected to your PC to transfer music. Make sure the date & time are set correctly on your PC then connect the player & it should update.
You can only change the hour in case you travel & change timezones.
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