Orbmiser, I can not remember where, either in the Linix Mint or Ubuntu (Kubuntu) forum, there is a post that refers to a problem similar to yours. I had similar problem, by changing the input below it solved it for me. I use root terminal so you may have to use sudo.
ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/USA/Los Angeles
In the same post it refers to:
I looked at it but did not change anything.
Your digital clock settings are the same as mine except for my local info
In Digital Clock Setting/ Time Zones I have the following ticked: Melbourne, Perth, UTC & Darwin the clock default set to Australia/Darwin. I did have have some minor problems with this but by un ticking and selecting (ticking the box) in a different order I acheived my aim.
Main clock in the Task Bar shows Local Time by hovering ove the time it displays al the area/time zones I selected.
Do you by any chance have daylights saving time checked or unchecked?
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