Question about Aiwa FR-CD1500 Clock Radio
My clock slowly gains time so that it eventually get's to be so far ahead of my other clocks that I must go and reset it back to the real time. I have to do this about every 60 days or so. How can an electronic clock be doing this? It's so annoying and the clock is not longer under warranty.
Could be low-grade electronic components used, less than 1% tolerance values, or the crystal time-base, a precise clock-pulse generator, needs calibration.
Recommend to get it checked by electronics wizard.
Posted on Jan 31, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Slowdown more than an hour
Maybe the clock is trying to set itself back to its home time;)
Depending on which parts of china you're in, there may be radio wavelengths that is interfering with clock you have, therefore, slowing down the transmitter. of the time.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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