Re: BRIGHTNESS AND CLOCK SET ARE GREYED OUT, INOPERABLE
Hmm for the TT1 I believe there is a way to change your time in the settings menu, but I no longer have one in front of me to figure it out, you might check for something like time and date, or time zones, also the brightness can be set under brightness/ or Contrast. That is found in the preferences menu, i will try and get my hands on one of those to be more accurite for you.
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To fix the dim brightness level, remove the battery and pull the plug out of the mains power. Leave it disconnected for at least 5 minutes then plug it back into mains power. You should find the brightness has retuned to normal. I have 3 of these Clock Radios and the picture attached shows the comparison between dim and normal. For some unknown reason they intermittently decide to dim themselves. This may be why Sony included a dimmer in the next model up ICF-C318. Anyway I hope this helps
1. Turn on the TomTom unit.
2. Tap the screen to bring up the menu.
3. Tap the "Change Preferences" icon
4. Keep hitting the arrow to go to the next page. Clock setting is on page 6 of the preferences dialog.
5. If the Set Clock option is greyed out, you will need to perform a system reset and then perform these steps over again.
To reset the system, start with the power off. Then, hold down the power button for about 15 seconds, until you see the TomTom logo appear on the display. When the logo appears, release the power button. After this reset, you should be able to turn the unit back on and proceed with your setup from scratch.
Try reinstalling the CD Software program.
Try disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall
the software program. When the program asks you to connect the
camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
(1) Remove all discs from the unit.
(2) Set the unit to DVD Mode
(3) From the front panel of the unit, open the middle door to display the up and down channel buttons
(4) Press and hold both the up and down channel buttons until the unit displays "BYE" and then flashes "12:00 A"
(5) Release the up and down channel buttons
(6) This will clear the unit and you will be prompted to reset the TV Guide Settings
(7) Setup your TV Guide according to the on screen display
(8) From your remote select "SETUP"
(9) Scroll down to "Setup", right arrow to the options on the right, and down arrow to "Clock Settings"
(10) Select "Set Clock Manually" if your TV Guide Function is not providing you with the proper time
I have the same problem - clock set is grayed out. Called
Panasonic tech support .. this is the solution I was given. It
works, but too bad the root problem can't be fixed (bug ridden unit).
Solution is to "reset" the unit - then go back into the menu
system and set the clock. How to reset the unit (don't
worry - anything on the HD stays intact):
1) go to DVD mode
2) remove any DVD in player & close tray
3) on front panel, behind door - press & hold BOTH channel up &
down keys for 5-10 secdons -- until you see a message that the system
4) wait till it reboots, go back in the menu and set the time.