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All mechanical... clocks (even quartz) should only ever be ADVANCED... In the springtime simply advance the clock and HOUR. In the FALL pull the plug, stop the pendulum...
QUARTZ WATCHES... Pull the winder stem out FULLY
(this removes battery...
Wait an HOUR... Plug the clocks back in... restart the pendulum
or push in the STEM on your QUARTZ WATCH...
(this restores power (and keeps the CROWN from coming unscrewed from the "winder-stem")).
Never turn the clocks backwards...
Modern clocks probably don't ACTUALLT MATTER
but antique clocks and timers can be UTTERLY RUINED
(It's just a good rule... & water RESISTANT seals happy).
Relative to the clock-face... "FALL BACK - SPRING FORWARD"
SPRING = FORWARD ... advance the hands an hour.
Technically "time change" only ever occurs between 1am and 2am during each time zones respective hours...!!
Even on QUART
Hope this helps!
Press the Transfer key
Prompt: ENTER PGM ID: Enter 200
Prompt: PASSCODE: Enter 1234
Display shows: DISABLE
Press 1 to change to ENABLE
Press the Speaker key
Current Date/Time shows in the format: WMMDDYY:HHMM
W=Week day where 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday etc.
HH = Hour in military format
Enter a new Date/Time in the same format. noce the last digit is pressed it will automatically save.
For example: 3102908:1645 is what you would enter for Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 @4:45pm.
Press the Transfer key to exit.
Press "clock" and hold for a few seconds.It will say the day. If the day is wrong, use the arrow keys to move either forward or backword through the week. When the day is set press "clock" again and you will hear the hour. Press the arrow keys to move the hours. Press again for the minutes and use the arrow keys to set the minutes. Last press "clock" again and set AM or PM. By the way, the manual does not tell you how to set the clock.
Copied from Alpine-usa.com support page:
Setting item: CLOCK ADJUST
Further setting items : HOUR / MINUTE / TIME ADJUST
Setting content: 1-12 / 0-59 / RESET
• The clock-adjusting mode is canceled when the power is turned off,
when [RETURN] or [CONTROL] is touched.
Setting item: DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Setting content: OFF / ON
Setting the Time
HOUR: Adjust the hour.
MINUTE: Adjust the minute.
RESET: If the clock shows less than 30 minutes past, the
minute will be “: 0”; more than 30, the hour
Setting Daylight Saving Time
ON: Place the Summer Time mode ON. The time advances by
OFF: Return to the ordinary time.
Press "clock" and hold for a few seconds.It will say the day. If the
day is wrong, use the arrow keys to move either forward or backword
through the week. When the day is set press "clock" again and you will
hear the hour. Press the arrow keys to move the hours. Press again for
the minutes and use the arrow keys to set the minutes. Last press
"clock" again and set AM or PM. By the way, the manual does not tell
you how to set the clock.