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    2004 RSVR Clocks

    After not being able to change the time on my dash I thought it was about time I investigated due to the Winter time change approaching. I took the clocks off, opened them up and found that a small piece of plastic that presses the - button had snapped off. So I thought I'll buy a cheap set of clocks off Fleabay and Bobs your uncle.

    Apparently Bob is not my f***ing uncle and there is no such thing as a cheap set of clocks on Fleabay!! 150-200 pounds will be the most expensive small piece of plastic that presses the - button EVER!!

    So to help me not to turn up an hour early everywhere after next Sunday I thought I would enquire if anyone has a set of clocks that are scrap that I can salvage the required part from. Or a spare working set going cheap.

    Help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenRSV View Post
    After not being able to change the time on my dash I thought it was about time I investigated due to the Winter time change approaching. I took the clocks off, opened them up and found that a small piece of plastic that presses the - button had snapped off. So I thought I'll buy a cheap set of clocks off Fleabay and Bobs your uncle.

    Apparently Bob is not my f***ing uncle and there is no such thing as a cheap set of clocks on Fleabay!! 150-200 pounds will be the most expensive small piece of plastic that presses the - button EVER!!

    So to help me not to turn up an hour early everywhere after next Sunday I thought I would enquire if anyone has a set of clocks that are scrap that I can salvage the required part from. Or a spare working set going cheap.

    Help...
    Do what I do mate........stay up until midnight and disconnect & re-connect your battery on the bike at the correct time!!!! job done!

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    Keep on Ebay dude, I got mine for 40. The day before I was bidding on a set to 120...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiffy View Post
    Do what I do mate........stay up until midnight and disconnect & re-connect your battery on the bike at the correct time!!!! job done!
    Not the solution i was looking for but still a good solution....and free!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick View Post
    Keep on Ebay dude, I got mine for 40. The day before I was bidding on a set to 120...
    Yeah I'll keep looking. If i buy some can i get my mileage set back to what it is now?

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    pm sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenRSV View Post
    After not being able to change the time on my dash I thought it was about time I investigated due to the Winter time change approaching. I took the clocks off, opened them up and found that a small piece of plastic that presses the - button had snapped off. So I thought I'll buy a cheap set of clocks off Fleabay and Bobs your uncle.

    Apparently Bob is not my f***ing uncle and there is no such thing as a cheap set of clocks on Fleabay!! 150-200 pounds will be the most expensive small piece of plastic that presses the - button EVER!!

    So to help me not to turn up an hour early everywhere after next Sunday I thought I would enquire if anyone has a set of clocks that are scrap that I can salvage the required part from. Or a spare working set going cheap.

    Help...
    Ive had similar problems with my clocks with only certain functions working, they too are off a 2004 rsv.

    Do you have any pics of the clocks open and the broken plastic key? I wonder if its something that could be repaired rather than renewed?

    Thanks in advance

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    I didn't think to take pics but i will do if they come apart again (got a feeling they will)

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