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Digital settings The date and day are wrong

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Buttons are: A or Adjust (10 o’clock position), B or Time Memo (2 o’clock), C or Mode (8 o’clock), D or Receive (4 o’clock) and L or Light (6 o’clock)
To manually change time, date, year, month and day, hold A until beep and city code appears; press A again until 12H/24H flashes; press C to cycle through options as hour, minutes, year, month, and day flash; use B or D to change flashing option.

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Thank you very much.Bingo..

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