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    Ok, so I searched the board and skimmed the manual, and can't seem to find a way to set the analog clock in the center of the dash (got the digital one in the stereo set already). Anyone know how to set it? Am I just an idiot and missed it in the manual?

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    Little itty bitty button IIRC @ 9 o'clock, will advance the clock forward.
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    it blends in well. don't really know it's there until you feel for it @ 9 O'clock.

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    Is there any way to turn the analog clock backwards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vash610 View Post
    Is there any way to turn the analog clock backwards?
    hahaha no, its a pain when you have to adjust it back a minute or two, but if you hold it for a few seconds, it gets moving pretty fast

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    Oh how I wish there was a way to turn the clock back!

    If there were I think I would go back a few years ago to this tiny little pub in Northern Ireland where I met this really friendly woman. I was travelling alone when I met her and struck up a conversation about the footy match on the TV.

    She was a great conversationalist, witty, and gave me some great pointers as to some sites I should go and see. We had chatted for several hours when…………..oh wait a minute…….you said turn back the analog clock??

    My mistake! I thought you meant time in general!!

    Oh ummmmmm…….ya do just like the folks before me suggested. My bad!
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    Thanks! I've combed the printed User Guide and the CD ROM/PDF ... this will help keep my analog/digital chronometers aligned!

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