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Re: How Do I set the clock?
With the key on, press and hold the "Source" button until the power turns off. Press and hold the "Audio" button to get into the clock settings. Use the Left/Right buttons to select hours and minutes, and the up/down buttons to change the settings. When you're done just press "Source" again.
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I have a Marantz PMD511 which is almost identical. I'm not certain exactly what the difference is, but I don't think it would be anything that would make this problem not apply to either.
It's hard to imagine that both decks would go bad at the same time, but, of course, it is possible.
I'm guessing you problem is on playback. Of course, the very first thing to do is make certain that there is something recorded on the tape. Even if you think there is, make sure by playing the tape in another player...any player. One time a friend of mine laid a cassette tape down on a high-powered speaker laying in my studio, and the magnetism wiped the tape clean. So...make sure. A clean tape would be the most likely reason for your problem as you have described it.
Next, I'm thinking you've tried both decks, which remember, are totally independent. Of course, if neither set of meters are showing a signal from either deck (A or B), it doesn't look good. Again, re-check the tape itself.
When you click on the clock icon the clock setting menu comes up scroll down to the bottom of the list if it is available it is two lines below the options on screen and change it to am\pm press return go back up the list and click option to set clock set clock press back /return then exit
They (Apple) might be right.
It could be that the projector is damaged, like the bulb, or it could be incompatible with your computer, but I don't think that is the case.
Try taking the projector to a computer repair place.
Does the time reset when you turn the car off? If so then the yellow wire that comes out the rear of the deck is not hooked up to 12 volt constant and needs to be in order for the deck to remember time and radio presets.
To set your clock on your Kenwood deck you must 1st have the deck in "stand-by" which you get to pressing the source button till just the clock displays, no music. Press and HOLD the "f" or function until you see menu, from there toggle thru the choices until you see clock adj. and use the ff/rw to set the hours and minutes and when finished hit the "f" button and your done. Now if you don't have a "f" button press the display button. Again Kenwoods hide the set-up menus really well. good luck. mark
I forget about the security light but I do know about the clock. I believe you turn the deck off and hold display or push display and the clock will come up. Then use the preset buttons for adjustment. I think 1/2 is for the hour and 3/4 are for the minute. It has been a while for me doing this but I think it is right. I just powered mine back up a while back and am trying to find my starting cd. You wouldn't happen to know how to reset this function and start over?