how do you set the clock on a jvc kd-s17 car receiver?

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I couldn't find any info on your model clock. However, if it was my clock I would place a few tiny drops of light oil in judicious places and see if that does the trick. If you are uneasy about trying that then I suggest you find a local clock repair shop. Let me know what happens.