Re: Median MD10954 time zone setting. Press the MODE button but do not hold it in. repeatedly pressing the MODE button will alternately display the DAY OF THE WEEK or the SECONDS next to the time. With the DAY OF THE WEEK displayed, press and hold the UP button for up to 5 seconds. Each 5 second press of the UP button will move the time zone by one. When finished, you may press the MODE once again to revert to SECONDS display. Good luck, ACTION from Cincinnati
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Insert batteries into your atomic clock. Without these the clock won't work. The number of batteries required depends on the clock. There is usually a panel on the back of the clock where you can insert the batteries.
Set the clock. Usually, this is done automatically, as the clock will seek out and receive the signal within 6 to 8 minutes. If this doesn't happen, you'll need to do it yourself. Hold down the "Set" button. A figure on the clock will start blinking. Adjust this by pressing the adjustment button. Press "Set" again to go to a new time. Continue until the clock is properly set. No matter what you put time you put in manually, the clock should adjust to the atomic setting within 48 hours.
Set the time zone on your atomic clock. How to do this depends on your specific clock. On some, there is a time zone slider; you simply slide it to your time zone. Otherwise, you will need to enter the manual mode you used to set the clock. Switch the mode until the time zone starts blinking. Now, adjust until your current time zone is selected. If it goes by Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the time zones in the United States are -5 for Eastern time, -6 for Central, -7 for Mountain, and -8 for Pacific.
You need to reset it to YOUR time zone. The default on this model is Pacific Coast time so you must be in the Central Time Zone (2 hours ahead of Central). Instruction manual should show you how to reset.
figure out where yu are north south west east zones on your map from where yu are , then pull battery again it should stop at for eight or twelve push time zone then set in a window facing your zone it should automatically pick it up shortly in awhile
sw i think it may stop at four also but then wait
For the Sharp SPC374T Atomic Clock - Time Zone setting- Press the 'Time' button once, the time zone will show where 'Day' usually is, use the Up or Down buttong to adjust.
For the outdoor Thermo, credit to my neighbor for this one. Remove battery from main unit, wait 2-3 minutes. Reload batteries. Once you get a reading from the outdoor sensor, hit the reset on the main unit. You will have to reset the time zone as described above, but this worked for me after 10 months of no outside temp showing up!