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Starck clock wrong time zone

I missed my appointment this morning as Starck clock self-reset during the night to 3 hours earlier. I assume its resetting itself to PST while I live in EST. I do not see anywhere in the manual a description of how to set the right time zone. When you click through all modes in the clock, no option to set time zone comes up. How do you set time zone on Starck clocks?

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  • iewebguy Mar 10, 2009

    On sunday March 8, After the time changed... I changed the Hours on the clock manualy to set the correct time, and the next day the clock was 3 hours off.

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    Oregon Scientific PSL06A

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    the clock is off 2 hours and does not reset at night.

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-Make sure clock is in radio sync mode. This is in the manual so won't repeat here.
-Press & release SELECT. Clock time numbers should flash
-Press & hold SELECT. It should enter clock settings mode
-Bottom of screen next to moon phase you should see the current time zone. PST after reset
-UP & DOWN will move through time zones.
-Press & release SELECT when done.
-Each time SELECT is pressed will move to a new setting like 12/24 hour etc.
-Press SELECT until clock numbers stop blinking or leave it alone to return to normal mode
-This should also work on the other Oregon Scientific Starck models.

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