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What is it doing or not doing. You have to be specific here...



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Hi Clast,

Welcome to the forum.

Now to business...what Tim said works for me.

But, in your profile you claim to have no motorcycle at present. Does this mean we're attempting to fix the imaginary clock on an imaginary GL1200. :cooldevil:
 

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Thanks guys for the feed back. This is new to me a just bought a 87 wing 3 monthsago.I forgot to change my profile.Any way back to my problem my quartz clock does not work at all .Is there any batteries to replace or is it powered from the radio/cassette player. Steve
 

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Hi again Clast,

First, make sure it's plugged in at the back of the unit.

Is your radio working? There are two fuses in the left side of the fairing under the pocket for the radio/clock circuit.

With the mileage being so low on that bike, you may have some corroded plugs too. Get some good plastic-safe contact cleaner anddielectric grease.
 
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