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Hey Fellow Oldwingers,

I cant get my clock or time zone to set, the clock always reads 1:00 and the time zone is flashing in the Pacific zone. The pic shoes the clock and time zone (key off) and wont reset or change. Key on I cant get to the clock feature, seem's all other features on the LCD panel work properly ,I think I maybe doing it wrong?
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(the clock button was missing when I bought it)
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To set the clock, you push the button down to change time zones, and turn the knob right or left for hour and minute. Key has to be on as if to start.

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Unfortunately that doesn't work, pushing the clock button with the key on doesn't change the display, turning left or right nothing happens, pic of display with key on, I am wondering since the button is missing, it is corroded inside the switch and is it serviceable?
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An old trick with controls like that is to turn it both ways it’s entire travel repeatedly to “clean” the contact surfaces. Might try that with the button pushed in, or it may need contact cleaner sprayed on it also.
Be sure to use plastic safe electrical contact cleaner. I mistakenly used some once that wasn’t and it melted the plastic.

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