OpenELEC for whatever reason does has incorrect time on setting up. This can be quite annoying. But it is actually quite easy to fix. This video shows how to set OpenELEC time zone on Raspberry Pi 2.0 Model B. This method also works on Raspberry Pi 1.0.
Video: Set OpenELEC Time Zone on Raspberry Pi 1 and 2
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