Frequently asked questions

Question

Setting the clock.

Answer

Manual Clock Setting.

  1. With the power on, press SELECT to put the TV/VCR/DVD in TV/VCR mode. The red VCR/TV light will appear.
     
  2. Press SETUP.
     
  3. Press  to select SETTING CLOCK. Then, press ENTER.
     
  4. Press  to select MANUAL CLOCK SET. Then, press ENTER.
     
  5. While the MONTH space is flashing, press  until the correct month appears. Then, press .
     
  6. While the DAY space is flashing, press  until the correct day appears. Then, press . An abbreviation for the selected day of the week will appear.
     
  7. While the YEAR space is flashing, press  until the correct year appears. Then, press .
     
  8. While the HOUR space and AM or PM are flashing, press  until the correct hour appears. Then, press .
     
  9. While the MINUTE space is flashing, press  until the correct minute appears.
     
  10. Press SETUP.

Auto Clock Setting

  1. Press SELECT to put the TV/VCR/DVD in TV/VCR mode. The red VCR/TV light will appear.

  2. Press SETUP.

  3. Press  to select SETTING CLOCK. Press ENTER.

  4. With AUTO CLOCK selected, press ENTER so ON appears beside AUTO CLOCK.

  5. If you already know your PBS channel number, skip ahead to step 9. If you do not know the channel number of your PBS station, press  to select AUTO CLOCK CH SEARCH. Then press ENTER. The TV/DVD/VCR will search for a channel that carries a time signal. This may take several minutes. A "_ _" appears in the lower left corner of the screen when the search is complete.

  6. Press SETUP to remove the AUTO CLOCK CH SEARCH screen.

  7. Press SETUP to access the menu again.

  8. Press  to select SETTING CLOCK. Then, press ENTER.

  9. Press  to select AUTO CLOCK CH, then press ENTER.

  10. Press  until the channel number of your PBS station appears. Use the channel number you found at step 5.

  11. Press SETUP to remove the menu.

  12. Press STANDBY-ON to turn off the TV/VCR/DVD and let the PBS channel update the clock.

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