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Old 09-02-2011, 11:20 AM   #1
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How do I set my dash clock?

I had the batteries changed in the mh and now my dash clock display is wrong, I tried to reset the time by holding the joy stick to the right for 5 seconds and brings up menu, select date/time set to current time then push joystick right to accept. The time appears to be correct but the clock does not start, it just stays on the time I set it at.
Am I doing something wrong????
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Old 09-02-2011, 12:17 PM   #2
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Without the make and model of the unit which includes the clock this is all guess work, but it's guess work based on what you typed and lots of different clocks and radios.

You said "you push the Joystick right to enter the menu" then you said "Select adjust date/time" here is where the guessing starts.

you use UP/DOWN to change what is on the display, then RIGHT to select it.. right (or left to go up a level/exit)

Once you get into date time it displays the month.. UP/DOWN to select then right to go to DAY, again Up/down then RIGHT to go to YEAR, again up/down then RIGHT to HOUR Then Minute (Go to the next minute) then perhaps second

Then you are exiting to the left.

Exit to the right and it should start the clock

(or whatever action moves you to the next stage, that is what starts the clock, when you move to the "Next" stage after the last one)
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