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Second Hand stopped on Atomic Clock

I have a sharp atomic wall clock and the second hand is stuck moving back in forth on same second without advancing. How can I make it go around the clock again.

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I have a WT-8005U digital wall clock. Bought 5/27/14. It will advance the hour by 2 hours or will advance the day by a day. What do I do to keep this from happening?


I do not have the same clock, but I assume the atomic receiver is the same. I found my clock went berserk if it was anywhere near anything else electronic. I had it on a dresser that was sharing space with my wireless printer. Once I relocated the printer, the clock went back to normal. You may have a different issue, but maybe check that nothing is around that would cause interference.

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and re insert new/or-goodbattaries in the battarey comportmane as correct +/- sign.
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