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Hi guys, im having trouble setting the clock in my 03 plate laguna. It is always flashing and is set to the wrong time. I have tried setting it to the correct time by pressing the little buttons underneathe the clock but they dnt seem to work, is there anything i can do about this? Thank you
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Clock setting

I had the same problem with mine, although it is an early model.

The handbook just says that the left button for H and the right for M. Not very helpful because it does not say what to do.

Took me over 20 min. to suss it out but this may be of help.

Press the right button to get the hour figure flashing. Then keep pressing it until the figure changes.

Same again for the left button.

When time is correct turn off ignition.

This may or may not work on yours but is probably worth a try.
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The buttons for setting the clock are not easy. You will need a PDA stylus ( or Nintendo DS if you have kids) or similar- the buttons are recessed. You could use a ball point pen, but be careful not to push too hard.
Just press one button for hours and the other one for mins ( cant remember which one). You may have to press and hold to stop flashing.

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