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On the SPC595, there were no specific instructions to set time zone, either (default was Pacific, I'm in Eastern), so I'm hoping that what worked on this will work on your unit:

Try hitting the "UP arrow" when the clock is NOT in a setting mode. This is not referenced in any "setting time" area but rather the area of the instructions that tells you what each button does. My manual (if you can call it that) says the following:

"UP Button
In setting mode, press it to increase the setting value. Press it to switch the time zone P/M/C/E"

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