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As far as I can tell, this has been an issue with the bike since I got it 10+ years ago. But, I've noticed over the course of a few months whenever I adjust the time for daylight savings and what have you, my clock is generally about 20-30 minutes fast. It generally takes a little while for this discrepancy to occur, so I suppose it's a minor miscalculation in the programming.

Simply out of curiosity, does anyone else have this issue?
 

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If the clock was slow, power interruptions may be a possibility. But in a vehicle clock, the clock would reset if power was pulled long enough to disturb it. Also, my clock runs fast. I do occasionally use a float charger, but given the charging voltage of the rectifier is higher than the float charge, I don't imagine that voltage doesn't play any bearing on the clock.

Maybe it's just a crap clock. shrug
 
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This is very uncharacteristic. I don't hearing of a similar malfunction in quartz watches. I reckon something is screwed up in the electronics. And if it left damaged from the factory in 2011, go to the dealership and maybe they will replace it for you? It is not related to the warranty period, because it is according to what you describe a defect that came from the factory. Not worth arguing about, but maybe they'll agree to take responsibility. Asking them costs nothing.
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Maybe because I picked up about 30 Covid-pounds, time seems to go faster when it's sitting without me on it. :D
 
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