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Trying to set clock

When I press the function button, held it down nothing happened. Now what?

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Hi,

To set the clock, do the following:
1. Press and hold the MULTI-CONTROL button for 2 seconds
2. Rotate MULTI-CONTROL button until display reads CLOCK.
3. Push MULTI-CONTROL button up or down to adjust hour and minutes.
4. Press ESCAPE or SOURCE button to exit

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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hold source button down to turn the units power off
once the unit is off hold down the F (function button) till you hear a beep from the unit once this has beeped press the F(function) button 2 or 3 times the clock should display flashing numbers
once you have this press the buttons to skip the songs to the hr once hrs are set press F (function) button one more time to select minute settings after this has been set..........hold down the source button till the unit powers back on and clock will be set on this unit
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Note: When the number passes 12, the PM light will be displayed on the LCD.

Minutes: Press and hold the “MIN” button to go through the numbers quickly. When the number displayed approaches the desired setting, release and press (pulse) the button to advance one digit at a time.

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Keeps flashing 12:00


Hi jippers - try this :

1. Setting the Clock
When the coffeemaker is plugged in, 12:00 willappear until you set the time.
Entering “Time Set” Mode:
To set the time, hold down either the “Hours” or“Minutes” button until the clock begins flashing (about 2 seconds). You are now in the “Time Set” mode and can operate either button to achieve the desired setting. The buttons can be held down to scroll through the digits, or
pressed and released lightly to advance one
digit at a time.
When scrolling, the numbers will advance
slowly at first and then speed up to the rate of about three per second. When the number displayed approaches the desired setting,release the button and press repeatedly to advance one digit at a time. Be careful to make sure that the PM indicator is on if a PM time is desired.
Exiting “Time Set” Mode:
The “Time Set” mode can be exited in
one of two ways:
1. Press any button besides the “Hours” or
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and activate the selected function.
2. Do nothing. If neither the “Hours” nor
“Minutes” button is pressed for a period
of five seconds, the “Time Set” mode will
be exited.

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

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If your car CD player is 1999 or older:

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