How the $%^& do you set the clock?!?!?!?

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  1. risgett

    risgett New Member

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    I'm an IT professional and damn if I can figure out how to set the clock. I found an old thread here, but the link no longer works. Can someone please enlighten me?:crazy:
     
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    I just had to change mine when I got to Belgium. Hold both buttons for a few seconds. That'll put you in the clock mode. Can't recall which button goes up/down or such, but once you are in clock mode, you should figure it out pretty quick.
     
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    It's pretty well covered in the owner's manual.
    Here's a quick summary.

    Digital Clock

    Turn the ignition switch ON.
    Shows hour and minute. To adjust the time, proceed as follows:
    Push and hold both the SELECT button and RESET button for more than 2 seconds.
    The digital clock will be set in the adjust mode with the display flashing.

    Push the RESET button until the desired time and AM/PM are displayed.
    To end the adjustment, press the RESET button 5 seconds after the last adjustment, or turn the ignition switch OFF.

    Note:
    The time is advanced by one minute, each time the button is pushed.
    The time is advanced by ten minutes, when the button is pushed and held.

    Addendum: If you go past the correct time, you have to cycle all the way around again. Take your time and do it right initially.
     
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    Easier to tell everyone else to adjust to your schedule ;)
     
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    I usually get mine changed about a month before it needs to go back. It is simple but a royal pain in the ass. But ChuckieW has got it nailed.
     
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    I think the ignition has to be turned on
     
  7. risgett

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    Thanks guys! I got it set.:cool:
     
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