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Hi, I have a crown digital timer model number cra8442. I have lost the instructions and cannot remember how to set the time. Can you help? Many thanks Michelle

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Hi, push and hold the 'yes' button until the day flashes, select day with v ^ buttons. Press 'yes' again to set hour. repeat for minutes etc.

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