with the radio off use the seek buton to set the time
Then you can see (on the clock) it's time to buy a new radio!
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The Memorex Projection Clock Radio does this very well.
Which Forester, and which time? Are you talking about a clock or engine timing? Is the clock stand-alone or on a radio? Is it the factory radio? --Ken
A clock radio system is and alarm clock that has a radio built into it i have one and they are get so you dont have to listen to just beeping all the time it gets annoying...
On the right side of the display there are tow little holes labled H and M for hour and minute. Turn the radio on and when you have the time use a papre clip or something similar , and push in the hole to set time.
Hold the 'clock' button until it starts to blink, adjust the time and poke the 'clock' button to accept the time.
If you have the same radio as me you need to hold the hour or minute button for several seconds until the time changes.
You will loose your radio presets and clock time. You will have to reset the clock and radio presets and that is all.
hold in the "clock" button until the time comes up then turn use the volume and channel controls to adjust.
SOME OF THEM U HOLD THE ON/OFF BUTTON IN THEN PRESS THE PLUS OR MINUS SWITCH-FOR THE CHANNEL.
How do I set the time on the clock on a 1995 Mercedes C220
The Emerson Dual-Alarm AM/FM Clock Radio with Nap Timer does exactly that.
No.A "radio alarm clock" is a radio ... which you can use to lull yourself to sleep ... that has abuilt-in alarm, which you can set to wake you in the morning, either by turning the radioback on, or by blasting you awake with an annoying buzz that will ruin your whole day.A so-called "radio controlled" alarm clock ... sometimes advertised as an "atomic" clock ... isa clock that actually has a radio receiver built into it, which receives the NIST standard timesignals from Fort Collins, Colorado, and automatically keeps itself set to precisely exactlythe correct time.
It's a clock that is synced with a service that tells time based on the movement of an atom.
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*Turn off the radio press the 'set time' button while pressing the radio station buttons to set the time..
If it is a stock radio, turn the car radio off to where no sound is coming from it but the clock is illuminated. Press the "clock" button and hold until the time starts blinking. On your station preset buttons at the bottom of your radio, button 5 has an "H" on it and button 6 has an "M" on it. Press button 5 until the correct hour displays then button 6 until your clock reflects the current time. Finally, press the clock button to allow the radio to accept the changes.
You must have the original radio, and through radio may change the time on citroen car !
WITH THE RADIO OFF BUT CAR ON.AND THE CLOCK DISPLAYING PUSH THE SET BUTTON JUST BELOW THE CLOCK.THEN USE THE SEEK CONTROL AND THE SEARCH CONTROL TO SET THE TIME ONCE YOU HAVE SET THE CLOCK PUSH THE SET BUTTON AGAIN..REAL SIMPLE.
You should be able to locate how to do this in the owners guide. In my 96 you press and hold one of the radio buttons and use the station buttons to set the time.
press it and you will see, it tells you the time.
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