I have the same model, and I haven't found any sites that give a permanent solution. I did find a workaround for this model, which seems to fall in the "Group One" category on the following site. It is at least more of a one-touch solution (4x/yr) than manually moving the time forward/backward 4x/yr.
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If your clock changed to DST late then it's hardwired for the old changeover schedule - and there's no way to reprogram it. All you can do is reset the time manually or change your time zone setting to "fool" the clock into displaying the correct time. Either way, you're going to need to reset the clock as many as four times a year to keep the correct time. The ultimate solution is to replace the clock with one that's set up for the new DST schedule.
The clock program for Daylight savings Time is programmed for the old "third Sunday in October" changeover. The new changeover is the first Sunday in November. The program probably cannot be updated. If there is no button or setting to disable automatic change to Daylight Savings Time you can set the time manually and then change it manually to Daylight Savings on November 1 for the time to be correct.
We set the time zone to '7' , which is Hawaii time zone where there is no change for daylight savings. This came up because it changed automatically on this morning...and although we can change it back, then it won't change next week when it should. So we're hoping that by setting it to Hawaii it will be a regular clock, we will do the changing...but at least we won't be surprized as we were this AM. lb
Sorry it took so long to reply to you questions. The following web link will take you to the Emerson Customer Support web site for making the Changes for the New Daylight Saving standard. You will need a pdf reader and writer to read the web page and make a copy for your use. [http://www.emersonradio.com/owners/SmartSet%20Series/DST%20Information.pdf] Copy this web page link and paste it into the address bar of your web browser. If you are still having problems with making the setting for the new daylight saving standard you can call the Emerson customer support at this telephone number 1-800-909-1240. Call them between the hours of 8am and 4:30pm central time USA. Give them the make and model number of your Clock/Radio. Ask them for their assistance to help you make the correct settings for your Clock/Radio. I hope this information helps you, solve your problems with the setting of the Clock/Radio, to the new daylight savings standard. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!