Okay, the clock was running exactly 12 hours and 10 minutes ahead, and could not get it to reset using the app(Mac). I decided to do this: I removed the on board battery to completely clear the timer/clock, and then replaced battery at exactly midnight with the hopes to get correct time. The clock started at zero, but within three minutes the clock had already jumped ahead by seven minutes. Huh? I attached to my computer, a MacBook Pro, fired up the app, clicked all the buttons(port, start, save, etc.), and amazingly, it now has correct local time. Disconnected and plugged into a 5 volt USB adapter, and so far, it seems to be working perfectly. Maybe this info might help someone else. Good luck.
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Reset the clock. Seems to work fine now.
RE: Missing parts from kit
My kit was ALSO missing those same two screws. So, someone is not putting the correct number of screws in the kit. Sad. I still attached the component, but only used the two screws available. It holds everything together okay, just does not look very good with two empty screw holes.
RE: Troubleshooting help?
I just finished putting mine together based on watching the online video. When I plugged it in, two of the lights worked and four did not light up at all. After checking all cables, I started taking it apart and discovered that I had installed four of the plastic square pieces, at the bottom of each light assemble, incorrectly which was blocking the light from reaching the numbers etched in the clear plastic squares. I am referring to the black plastic squares which have the small rectangular holes in them. They can be installed an incorrect orientation. Just flip each one over to change the small rectangular holes so each hole in the plastic square is directly over a led. You will understand better when you take apart the assemble with the etched numbers in it, and examine the plastic square that is in an incorrect orientation. Good luck. I have not yet figured out how to change the time.