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    Does anyone know where to gets the buttons to reset the milage and the other one that does the clock,

    Because for a while now I couldn't reset the milage I took my clocks apart and found the black button has a bit snapped of the bit that comes in contact with the actual button,

    Sounds confusing so I hope it makes sense. I've looked on eBay but found nothing


    Cheers andy
     
     

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    I have the same issues mate! I have repaired mine using one of the wifes metal hair clips! lol

    Have you removed the clocks yet? It may be that the little bit that pushes onto the dial has snapped! You could try glueing another bit of plastic on the bottom?!?!
    If it aint broke, don't fix it!!!
     
     

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    I've tried alot if things, My girlfriends earring I snapped into a small pin, but I couldn't get it to stick, I just ended up with shot loads of supperglue on my fingers lol,


    I've had the clocks apart so I just have to keep on trying dig fixes,



    What did you use to keep the hair clip on and rigid?
     
     

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    Nobody knows were to get a spare button then?
     
     

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