Push and hold the menu button, use Am/Fm buttons until you find "clock adjust" or "clock set" or something similar. Then push and hold the track advance (>>) key until the clock numbers start flashing and use the >>, <<, Am/Fm keys to set the clock
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I would go to Kenwoods website and look for a link to their support center and see if they have online manuals or at least ordering capabilities. Most of the big electronics companies have this option, I did it for my JVC stereo. I lost my manual over time, had to replace the battery in my car and had to reset most of my settings on my stereo and I was able to get one from JVC. Just make sure you write down the number on the front of your unit on some paper so you can research it by model on there site. I hope this info helps!
change the tune mode to standby mode. Then press menu button for few second until clock word is displayed on the screen. Afterward, press the center of the main control button on the right side of the stereo system. The time is now blinking and you can start set the time by pressing upward & downward button for hour and left & right button for the minute
Press and hold source to turn source off, press function repeatedly till the clock appears on the display, press multi control left or right to highlight one of the displays you want to change, push multi control up or down to set the display to desired time or day date. Hope this helps had to have a friend translate the japanese pdf manual. if you want the manual here is the link: