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On the right side there is a push button switch labeled "Clock". It is springloaded so you have to push it in and hold it for a couple of seconds until the unit beeps and the hour position starts to blink. The volumn up and down buttons will control the changing of the numbers up and down and PM/AM. Pushing the clock button again will change the clock to the minutes position and you cann adjust the numbers up or down just like the hours. Push it one more time will lock-in the new time. Your done.
If you have the glove box books see if someone jotted it down. If not look under gas cap lid, door jams. hood. look everywhere. Some dealers were known to have their own special place they put these. If you cant find it you may need to take the radio out and get the model #. maybe youl get lucky and see it there. Then call the dealer. Cry alot because they usually charge for this. Also thier are places online you can get it , Search, it will cost you thier also.
You may have to use foil or other metal to extend the antenna artificially. I found years ago that even wrapping my hand around the end of it boosted the signal (though I'm sure you're not willing to listen to a radio while holding the antenna the whole time). I once sat a TV antenna on top of a portable CRT with its own internal ferrite antenna, and the video signal was about 80% there, audio 100%. This may be an inconvenient method, but it will guarantee at least most of the audio quality you want.
I know what you are asking for but as of yet there are only the converter boxes that are for non-mountable TVs. What you could do is to install the converter box someplace else in the kitchen or wherever you have extra space and run a cable from the box to the TV, and install the antenna on the converter box. I have used this configuration for some people who have under cabinet TVs.
We had the same problem. Since ours was off warranty, I took the back off (several small screws) and lubricated with some fine oil the track (two silver rods about three inches long) upon which the lens slides back and forth. It can be tricky to get it apart and back together again. I also manually slid the lens carrier so that it was in the middle, partway away from the center spindle. Now ours works fine. I think the problem was that the lens carrier doesn't slide very well or gets stuck on the track rods.