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How do you set the clock?

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1. Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds.
or “AMP GAIN” appears on the display.

2. Set the hour.
Select “CLOCK H” (hour) if not shown on
the display by pressing the |<< o >>| button
Adjust the hour by turning the select knob.

3. Set the minute.
Select “CLOCK M” (minute) by pressing the |<< o >>| button.
Adjust the minute by turning the select knob.

4. save your setting by pressing SEL (select) button.

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