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Easy one...93 Lincoln...need to know how to set the clock on the radio/cassette as well as the stations. Thanks in advance!

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  • sehutchins Nov 01, 2009

    No reset button...this is the same old ford cassette player my pal had in his escort gt, even says Ford on the Cassette Lid. Just one unit, no knobs...seek, volume are L & R arrows. 5 presets. Clock button. Manual eject. Thanks and regardless I will accept your next solution...just fyi...

  • sehutchins Nov 01, 2009

    I will give you a decent post, but I am not retarded...I have the old school ford radio/cassette. Cant set the clock. There is no knobs, just buttons, left right for scan and volume. Cant even tune the darned thing without seek. cant find online. Can you help?

  • sehutchins Nov 01, 2009

    The clock is not dash mounted, and is in a cassette-radio player...no knobs. No reset button seen. Seems like a generic Ford radio. Side note, also can not tune FM by frequency, seek and scan buttons, along with volume is all that it has. AGAIN 1993...Thanks in advance.

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Assuming this is the digital clock, you hit the clock button on the dash, followed by the reset button followed by the clock button. at this point, you should be able to hit the clock button to advance numbers, and the reset button to change the numbers you are setting. if its the analog clock, pull on the knob and turn it

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    Marvin Nov 01, 2009

    did u get a solution to this? guess mine was wrong.

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