Q: How do I set the daylight savings time?

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How do I set the daylight savings time?

You can turn on or turn off daylight savings time. When the feature is turned on, the clock will automatically adjust for daylight savings time. Turning on or turning off the feature is very easy: 1. Press the Setup button. 2. Press the System button. 3. Press the Clock button. 4. Press the Daylight Savings Time Option button. 5. Choose between On and Off.

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