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how do i set the clock?

I did a search and it didn't come up w/anything..so as the title states, How do I set the clock on the gauge? If you want..go on ahead and call me lazy b/c I haven't looked in my owner's manual..its just easier to talk to you guys..I love you guys :) Thanks in advance for any and all help!
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I am going by memory here so dont hold me to it.

press the adjust button to turn the display over to the "B" trip meter. Next press and hold both the adjust and reset buttons at the same time until the clock hour starts to blink. adjust the hour with the reset button. Press the adjust botton to switch to the minutes and adjust them by pressing the reset button. Press the adjust button again to return to the normal display.

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I did a search and it didn't come up w/anything..so as the title states, How do I set the clock on the gauge? If you want..go on ahead and call me lazy b/c I haven't looked in my owner's manual..its just easier to talk to you guys..I love you guys :) Thanks in advance for any and all help!
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spaceboy- thanks..i'll give it a try tomorrow



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Get a job.
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yet another helpful comment..thanks!
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very simple
push & hold both buttons
the numbers will start flashing
push the A button to adjust the HOURS
push the B button to adjust the MINUTES
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thank u kind sir..i'm gonna set it when i change her oil today
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took care of it the other night when i went out for a ride..thanks for the help guys
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Wait until noon or midnight and briefly disconnect & reconnect the battery. lol

I think that's how I'm actually going to have to set my clock since I permanently screwed up the A button. Doh!
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thats always an option...i never thought about that
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The clock actually resets to 1:00 when the battery is disconnected. So you should do it at that time.

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Wait until noon or midnight and briefly disconnect & reconnect the battery. lol

I think that's how I'm actually going to have to set my clock since I permanently screwed up the A button. Doh!
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The clock actually resets to 1:00 when the battery is disconnected. So you should do it at that time.
Thanks for the tip.
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my clock has been off since i bought it. i disconnect electrical **** all the time, i dont wanna keep resetting it, and if i am on my bike, i dont care what time it is. All i need is something to make me think I am late and speed even more.


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interesting way of lookin at it...i just like knowing the time in case i need to be somewhere..and its much easier than pulling the cell out of the pocket or getting thru the layers to the watch on my wrist b/c i always were jacket and gloves...thanks all for your help..mods if you want to lock it be my guest
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