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Dash Display
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Just been given a 56 plate Berlingo van at work with only 64k on the clock. Quite pleased with it overall but there is a problem with the dash display. I've looked at the handbook and followed the instructions but cannot set the time. Having had a little look on here about this problem, should I disconnect the battery and follow that route or is the display unit knackered. Any advice welcome.
Thanks,
Vince.
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#2
No need to disconnect the battery to adjust the clock!
You use buttons A & B on the face of the display.
Long press on A accesses the menu. Then short presses scroll through the menu.
Five presses scrolls through to hours and six presses gets minutes.
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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I was lucky enough to get the manual with the van and have tried doing it the way you describe OJ. No luck :justno: I'm thinking about the battery disconnection or I may just have to accept the display is broken. It is now stuck on German !!
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Have u tried pushing both A and B at the same time for a few seconds? That might do the trick.
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Thank you Michael, I will try that.
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Success !! Disconnected the clock today and left it for a few minutes. Then re-connected the plug and hey presto the buttons now work as they should. Thank you all for your advice, I appreciate it.

Vince.
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