Hi @flycatchI attempted to change the hour due to time change. Pulled stem out and turned clockwise per instruction manual. Nothing happened so what am I missing.
You're probably missing nothing to be fair.
My 200 is as good as gold in that department. Pull the knob out and twist one way or the other, clock changes .. easy peasy :tu:
The 320, on the other hand, is a PITA. Pull the knob out and twist one way or the other .. nada .. rinse and repeat .. and rinse and repeat .. and go try the 200 just to make sure that I'm doing what I'm supposed to be doing, yup it's not me .. back to the 320 .. rinse and repeat .. try again .. and again .. and eventually, it works :surprise:
lolSorry but I have to disagree. No probs on my '01 320.
I was going to leave it because the car goes away for the winter on the 17th and when it comes out in the spring it will still be correct but she who shall be listened to asked politely. Just pulled the knob turned counter CW and changed the hour. I took advantage to retime the minutes as well to match my cell. Seems being out 10 minutes bothers her too!!
Option 5. Gov't stops changing the time. It's an outdated event.lol
That's the point tho Alex.
No probs at all on one of mine whilst the other one's a PITA but it gets there eventually .. and it's not just a one-off by the sounds of it.
There are 3-4 ways around it that spring to mind:
1. Keep on trying and it may or may not decide to play ball
2. Set the clock via SDS
3. Pull the battery and hook it back up again dead on 12:00
4. Wait 6 months and it'll be correct again
You guys are not doing it correctly: Any Southerner in the USA knows its how you hold your tongue when performing the required operation, stick it out and point it to the left for hours, to the right for minutes.I decided the system was worn.
After reading, rereading etc etc.
Even tried tucking my trousers in my socks and wearing the knotted hanky.
Never got easier.
I'll take a look tomorrow when I get home, I have two clusters partially disassembled so maybe I can figure something outJust wondering. Would a shot of electrical contact cleaner down the shaft maybe help? This stuff comes as most spray things with a fine tube that could slide down the side of the shaft.