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I'm at my wits end. I've done everything in the Navigation Manual to adjust the time. Menu > Other > Set Clock. I dial in the correct hour and minutes, but when I hit the OK center button it reverts back to 12:00 Every Stinking Time. Any ideas? What am I doing wrong?

And yeah, I've searched the community to see if a similar problem was already posted but could find a thread.
 

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I'm at my wits end. I've done everything in the Navigation Manual to adjust the time. Menu > Other > Set Clock. I dial in the correct hour and minutes, but when I hit the OK center button it reverts back to 12:00 Every Stinking Time. Any ideas? What am I doing wrong?

And yeah, I've searched the community to see if a similar problem was already posted but could find a thread.
There’s a tread with a fix… haven’t tried the fix yet…
 

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There’s a tread with a fix… haven’t tried the fix yet…
The problem is a computer/satellite glitch. The factory as well as dealers are aware of the problem. But the fix has to come from higher up. Dealers have informed me The fix could be months away. This started happening to my 2012 CT EL-X with navy back in February. You’ll notice the calendar has reset itself to February 2001. I’m being assured there will be a fix but it’ll be a while coming.
 

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I just got a 2011 exL with same issue. I plan to strategically disconnect and reconnect the battery. I don’t know what else to do. It drives me crazy seeing the wrong time!
 

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From what I was told, the time issue will fix itself in August. Not sure of the exact date and I'm not sure why August, but that's what I've heard.
The clock defaults to 1:00. So you could just disconnect the battery at 12:45 (allowing ample time for the clock to forget the time) and reconnect it at 1pm.
 
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