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    Clock Change: What am I doing wrong??

    Okay, so this morning we fell back from Daylight Savings back to Standard time. Naturally, I'd like to change the clock on the scooter. Took out the trusty Owner's Manual and tried to follow the instructions (I say "try" because they didn't seem to work).

    According to the manual, you change the clock by turn the key to "off" and then back to "On." You then press the "Trip" key until "Trip 3" is displayed. Next, you press and hold the "Trip" key until the "Hours" begins to blink. You use "Trip" and "Mode" to cycle up and down.

    That's all well and good, but... holding the "Trip" key never caused the hours to blink... all it did was reset "Trip 3" to "0.0."

    WTF?? What did I miss??
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    No, not really... but the clock WAS easier to figure out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaimeC View Post
    No, not really... but the clock WAS easier to figure out.

    1. Press Info until the date is displayed.
    2. Hold down the Info until the month starts blinking.
    3. Press and release Trip to advance the setting; Info to decrease.
    4. Pres and hold to move through the various settings -- month --> day --> year --> hour --> minute (see step 3 to change each setting).
    5. Once done, just wait and everything will stop blinking within about 10 seconds.

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    Perfect, that works. Thanks David.

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    If you guys just all lived in AZ you wouldn't have to fuss with all of this.
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    Ha...That's not the only thing.

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    The time change screwed me up this weekend I had classes that I have to attend to renew my electricians license Saturday I was late and Sunday I was way to early I guess I can't blame the time change for Saturday but I am for Sunday, That should be my worse problem

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    That worked. Just wonder why the owner's manual has a completely WRONG set of directions preceding the ones that actually WORK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaimeC View Post
    That worked. Just wonder why the owner's manual has a completely WRONG set of directions preceding the ones that actually WORK.
    Well, they got a slightly cheaper translator who mistakenly used dutch to translate to english. Probably saved them 50 euros.
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