How To Set The Clock On A Pioneer Mosfet 50Wx4?


It is simple to learn how to set the clock on a Pioneer Mosfet 50wx4. Press the Clock button on the radio and the time will display. Press and hold the Function button for three or four seconds. The display should then come on, and the hour should be flashing. Use the Up and Down buttons on the radio to change the setting for the hour. Use the Left or Right keys to change the minutes. When the minutes are flashing, press the Up and Down keys to set the minutes correctly. When you are finished, press the Function key again to store the new time. The clock should now be set on the Pioneer Mosfet 50wx4 car radio.
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To set the clock on a Pioneer Mosfet 50wx4 make sure the car is on but the radio is off. Then hold the multi-control button for two seconds. Rotate the button until you see Clock. You can find more information at
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