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Post by hvv »

Hey guys,

Does anyone know the story with the clock? Mine never worked and I don't care much. But my dashcover is broken so I am wondering what to do with it.

is it easy to repair or shall I remove it in whole and put something else at its position.

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Re: Clock

Post by higgy »

there is a how-to on the clock in the FAQ. 750 FAQ I think
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Hans you have a pm.

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Re: Clock

Post by Skins »

Some clocks had faulty chips, other had good ones.

I managed to combine two clocks to get a good one.
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Re: Clock

Post by krisvanbleu »

as a newbie on this forum picking up an old thread ;-)
did anyone rebuild or considered rebuilding the clock to a battery-supported quartz?
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