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I lost instructions to genius microwave pluged it in set clock whenever i press beverage or any button it seems like it will work and shuts off after 2 seconds

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Press that and adjust by using the timer buttons.
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This is the generic instructions to set the clock. I have visited the sanyo site to aquire a owners manual with no success in locating one. This being said, here are the instructions.

  1. Unplug the unit for a minute then plug unit in.
  2. Press the clock (clock/timer) button once.
  3. Using the keypad, input the time you wish to set.
  4. Press the clock (clock/timer) button once.
  5. Press the stop/clear button, Time should remain.
Hope this works, if not, let me know.

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You have to set a time (any time) to use.

Press CLOCK, press number 2 then 2 then 2 again and then press CLOCK again. Does it say 2:22?

Everything should now work.

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