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Ooooh, smart thinking batman! I totally forgot that i'll have to change the clock on the car
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Mine does it automatically an so assumed everyones did.

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No Tom.....This was discussed in October when the clocks went back and if you've got Sat Nav then it does it automatically
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Ahah, I see, I assumed they were seperate clocks.

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No Tom.....This was discussed in October when the clocks went back and if you've got Sat Nav then it does it automatically
Exactly - this was the thread:
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I've forgotten to check mine this year

Last year we all found that on Sunday the clock was wrong all day but first thing Monday morning it corrected itself (SatNav versions only).
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I never corrected mine from the when the clocks went back, so it's correct again now :P
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I never corrected mine from the when the clocks went back, so it's correct again now :P
Oh how Lazy of you!!!!
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i did this the other day, read the manual it stating to press numbers one and two to change it. But on my car i had to press 5 and 6 i think? i know it wasn't 1&2 tho.

I was sitting there for 5 mins pushing 1&2 wondering what was going on!

Then looked to see the H&M on the other buttons
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Rugby?

Can anyone confirm whether it also displays the correct time, as well as altering between BST and GMT?
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EX owners dont have this problem
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Can anyone confirm whether it also displays the correct time, as well as altering between BST and GMT?
should do!

not sure exactly how accurate it is, as I have nothing 100% accurate to compare it against, but certainly it is no more than 1 minute out (ie always seems to display the right time)

Not sure how often it bothers to check it's internal time against the time it is receiving either...
Checking every second (am I right, am I right, am I right) would be a bit excessiver, but checking once a week would be fine (ish) for 50 weeks of the year... (but then not often enough during the other 2 weeks)
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