Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Find the setting button then press it,hold it for 30 seconds if you see
the number is "flashing"then that is time you set,try some button there
to scroll the number and for the mode...
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2 Press the CLOCK button 3 square cloumms will blink
in the display
3 Set to 13:15 by pressing the DOWN/UP
(When the button is kept pressed, the minute/
hour indication changes continuously.)
4 Press the SET button; the time will light in
To set to the nearest second...
Press the SET button when you hear the time
signal from a TV or radio
To confirm the time while listening to a CD
or radio broadcast
Press the DISPLAY button briefly on the
remote control unit. Press it again to return to
the previous display
If memory back-up batteries are exhausted
or not installed, and the power cord is plugged
in again after being disconnected, or power is
restored after a power failure, "CLOCK" will
blink in the display. Set the current time again.
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