I really like this clock! I was just wondering about the videos. By videos does it mean like 5 minutes videos that you take on your camera or like 90 minute videos you might buy aat the store or somemthing! I was just wondering and it would be really nice if you could get back to me soon thanks sooo much! And these clocks rock! :]]
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1.set time: hold down "clock" button for five seconds, then use up and down arrows to change, and press "clock" button once to toggle between month/day/year/hour/minute. Try it a few times b/c sometimes it just goes to the alarm setting (i don't know why, i think it's a glitch).
2.set alarm: hold down "alarm" button for 5 seconds, use up and down arrows to change, press "alarm" button once to toggle between hour/minute. press "clock" button to return to clock
3.turn on/off alarm: press "alarm" button once, press up to turn alarm on and press up again to turn alarm off. press "clock" button to return to clock
4.to project the images: push the buttons that look like video cameras. to focus the image, rotate the cylinder around the lens that projects the image. on the daisy clock, there's a button on top that you can use to flip the projected image of the time upside down. use the dial next to the lens-cylinders to select a different image (you may need to point the cylinders in a different direction to reach the dial)
With the radio turned off-press and hold the clock button until the hour flashes- use the select buttons to move number up or down. Press button to make minutes flash and adjust as above. To set the alarm press the display button until hours start flashing and change with the select buttons. Use the clock button to change from hours to minutes and also from alarm1 to alarm2.
Do you mean you set the correct time initially and then gradually got faster?There may be a reset button on it somewhere,no guarantee.It will probably be a small circle that doesn't look like anything.If there is,press it with a sharp pencil or something just as small.If not,it's just the nature of the beast.I have a radio which slows down over time...and it's a BOSE wave radio and have to adjust periodically!That's about all you can do is deal with it.Sorry if you can't fix it. Good luck!
I just experienced the same problem this week. Don't waste the money on the battery as it did not help...still no lights. I'm very disappointed as I'm, also, out of warranty and I really liked this clock.
I've noticed that manually setting the clock forward or back by any number of minutes, results in the same time offset being displayed after unplugging - plugging back in. So, if it's 9pm and you set if 5 minutes fast (9:05pm). Then unplug it and plug it back in 30 minutes later (9:30pm), the clock will maintain your setting of 5 minutes ahead of the actual time (9:35).
I like to set my clocks 5 minutes fast, just to make me always think I'm running a bit late (sure, maybe I'm a bit crazy). But this "sticky" manual setting is kind of a nice feature in my opinion. I'm wondering if it's not intentional?
Anyway, just manually set it back to the real time, and it sho
Hold down Alarm Set for about 5 seconds until the time flashes, then just press the hour and minute buttons until the time you want is shown. Remember that the pm light WILL come on if you need the alarm set for the evening.
I dont know if this will work on your clock or not , but on the projection clock we have I detached the projection unit and tryed to screw it back it in the opposite way and it wouldnt work so i just used velcro to attach it back on to the clock and with it being on velcro it's easy to ajust to wherever i want to point it.