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Hi guys.
I have a clock-dash failure on my bike. I'm hoping some of you can help me.

When i'm setting the time on my bike, everything is fine.
When i'm turnings off the ignition, and waits for a while, and then turning the ignition on again, the time says "1.00". Even though I have just set the time, and haven't started the engine yet.

I was thinking a weak battery, so the low current in the start-up moment would reset the clock.
- But it do also reset when i'm not turning the engine over.

I'm hoping you guys have some ideas.

// Emil, Denmark.
 

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Hi mate, I am pretty sure you need a permanent live to the clocks in order to retain the correct time.

Its worth checking fuses and for a permanent live at the clock connector. If that checks out ok its probably a faulty clock unfortunately :thumbdown

Good luck!!
 

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I thought there was one more button to press after you have set the time to confirm it and lock it into the system. Will have a look in the manual tomorrow. Too late today.
 

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check connection 10 back up voltage line at the clocks 20P connecter Red / Green for voltage with ign off.. Loose connection behind meter visor probably.
 

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The-Rabbit said:
Hi mates. :)

Thanks you for your help..
Problem solved. :) Blown fuse. 10A clock/turn fuse. :) Everything's working fine now. :)
Thats what forums are all about. Helping :thumbup
 

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Lets see what you ride out there in the philipines :thumbup
 
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