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    Question I-Sonic 2 Clock Problem

    I just got my brand new I-Sonic 2 today and hooked it all up.

    After setting the clock per the manual, the time stays where I set it.

    In other words, I set the clock to 2:14 pm and it's now 2:33 pm. The clock still says 2:14.

    What's wrong here?

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    Sounds like it is still in setup mode.
    I don't have the manual handy, but there should be a button to push to change it from setup mode to operation mode.

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    There is no setup mode that I can find in the manual. You just hit "TIME SET" a few times, adjusting the clock each time, and the 4th time starts the clock. Except the time doesn't change.

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    New info:

    If I hit "ALARM ON/OFF" twice to turn the alarm on, then off again the clock updates to the current time, but still doesn't change after it updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badbrainz View Post
    New info:

    If I hit "ALARM ON/OFF" twice to turn the alarm on, then off again the clock updates to the current time, but still doesn't change after it updates.

    Who cares about the time!, How does it sound?
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    I care about the time Sal, My Isonic 2 is what wakes me up at 4:50 am during the week to ensure I get to work on time!

    Welcome to CP Badbrainz. Contact Polk CS on Monday.
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    Cfrizz, if your clock goes on the fritz, Sal will give you a wake-up call at 4:50am......


    Badbrainz, Welcome to the Club.....Polk Customer Service is the best..

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    Hello,
    Welcome to Club Polk. All you have to do is set the time, then unplug the power supply from the back of the unit. Wait a second, re-plug the power supply and the time will advance.
    Cheers.

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    Thanks Jed. That seems to have done it.

    Would be nice if that info was in the manual or the I-Sonic FAQ.

    Thanks again.

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    Hello,
    No problem, glad to be of help. I believe if you contact Polk CS at 1-800-377-7655 they can send you a firmware update that should get rid of that glitch.
    Take care!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmydep View Post
    Cfrizz, if your clock goes on the fritz, Sal will give you a wake-up call at 4:50am......


    Badbrainz, Welcome to the Club.....Polk Customer Service is the best..

    I can do better than that I can give you a webcam wake up call!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    I can do better than that I can give you a webcam wake up call!

    After that she'll never get the "FRIZZ" out of her hair....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmydep View Post
    After that she'll never get the "FRIZZ" out of her hair....
    :D:D:D WAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! Oh man Sal, you walked right into that one!:D
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    Thanks, Jed Leland.
    After many frustrating attempts, I set the time, unplugged it, plugged it in and it worked! Why can't Polk provide that information?

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