2005 GT200 DASH CLOCK
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Wed Dec 10, 2008 8:13 am quote
Since I don't have an owners manual, I'm confused about how the clock in the dash operates. How do you set the correct time and what do the other read outs mean?
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Wed Dec 10, 2008 8:47 am quote
As you look at the clock there is a black oval button to the right with two bumps on it, one above the other. Consider the top bump "A" and the bottom bump "B". Press the "A" button to display month, day, and seconds besides hours and minutes. To adjust the above functions press the "B" button.

You can set the clock to flash between the date and time but I have found that sort of useless and just keep mine set on the time only. Be sure that when you are through adjusting the time that the colon between the hour and minute is flashing or the time will remain frozen.

The clock runs on it's own battery, not the scooter main battery, and has about a 2 year life span. Changing the battery means taking the headset apart and it is quite a pain to do. Good luck.
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Wed Dec 10, 2008 8:50 am quote
MichaelR wrote:
As you look at the clock there is a black oval button to the right with two bumps on it, one above the other. Consider the top bump "A" and the bottom bump "B". Press the "A" button to display month, day, and seconds besides hours and minutes. To adjust the above functions press the "B" button.

You can set the clock to flash between the date and time but I have found that sort of useless and just keep mine set on the time only. Be sure that when you are through adjusting the time that the colon between the hour and minute is flashing or the time will remain frozen.

The clock runs on it's own battery, not the scooter main battery, and has about a 2 year life span. Changing the battery means taking the headset apart and it is quite a pain to do. Good luck.
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PS. Yes, exactly what MichaelR said
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Wed Dec 10, 2008 9:22 am quote
Mine has not worked since 2005, but hey at least in the summer it's correct.
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Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:45 pm quote
cipote wrote:
Mine has not worked since 2005, but hey at least in the summer it's correct.
mine is locked at 3:05 but at least it is correct twice a day.
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Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:56 pm quote
These clocks do many weird things when the batteries get low. Replacing the clock batteries seems to fix a number of problems that don't make sense. The clocks we sell here will turn the minutes over but not the hours when the batteries get low.
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