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How do I set the clock and preset stations.

I received this stereo from my friend and I can not figure out how to set the clock or the preset stations. I tried to download a manual, however I do not want to pay $15 to answer these two questions. Please help.

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  • mikeybrow Dec 02, 2007

    cant find a user manual HELP!!!

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I also had some problems to figure out how to set the time, but here is the sollution i came up with:

 

1. Press "Clock/Timer" until a clock and "on" starts to flash in the display.

2. Turn the "volume/caleido jog" to choose which function you want to set (alarm on/alarm off/time).

3. Press "clock/timer" again.

4. Change time with the volume wheel.

5. Press "clock/timer" when you are finished.

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