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1- Turn over
your Seth Thomas digital clock. Use your finger to remove the cover to
the unit's battery compartment. Insert two AA-size alkaline batteries
into the battery compartment and replace the cover. Certain Seth Thomas
digital clock units will also have an optional alternate power source in
the form of a standard AC power cable that plugs into a wall outlet in
2 Place your Seth Thomas
solar-powered digital clock in front of a light source, such as on a
window sill or beneath a lamp. The black strip on the top of the unit is
the solar sensor, so as long as light is shining down on that strip,
your clock will be powered on and ready to use. The sensor stores energy
throughout the day so that it can work at night with no direct light
contact on the sensor.
3 Press the time zone button that
indicates your current time zone. These buttons are located on the back
of the unit. For example, if you are in the eastern time zone select the
"EST" button. Turn the unit back over. It will now be displaying the
correct time on its digital screen.
4 Use the "Alarm" switch (if
applicable) to enable and disable the clock's alarm. Press the "Alarm"
button, followed by the "Hour" and "Minute" buttons, to set the
appropriate alarm time based on your needs. Use the "Alarm HI LO" switch
to set the volume for the alarm.
5 Press the "Weather" button to
tune your Seth Thomas digital clock to its built-in local weather radio
station (if applicable). Certain Seth Thomas clocks have this radio
weather functionality built in, while others don't. If yours does, the
aforementioned "Weather" button will be located on the front of the
Do you have the unlock code and need a way to input them them.
Input the code to your Sony stereo using the remote control handset
Press [+] on your stereo until you reach the first digit required then press [SEEK]to enter
Press [+] on your car radio until you reach the second digit required then press [SEEK] to enter
Press [+] until you reach the third digit required then press [SEEK] to enter
Press [+] on your stereo until you reach the fourth digit required then press [SEEK] to enter
The clock will be displayed once finished. Press the [SOURCE] key to switch the car radio on.
You can get the radio codes from the site
But you will have to pay for it.
Or worst case start at 0000-9999. Hope this helps.
For independent operation, the clock is connected to a reliable source of 120 VAC 60HZ (or 230 VAC 50HZ), and time is maintained with a real time clock chip. Switches located on the front of the clock allow for easy and accurate time setting. For system clock applications, synchronization can be accomplished by connection to Simplex BCD digital data for instantaneous time updates. Clocks can also be connected to power line carrier/synchronous timing inputs that provide hourly and 12 hour corrections. Impulse correction from the 6400 Series Master Clock is ideally suited for Time and Attendance System expansions. A capacitor in each clock maintains timekeeping for approximately 12 hours in the event of power failure in the facility. The Celestra 2000 can be corrected with six different clock codes to suit any specific retrofit or new synchronized time system.
im not sure which item is displaying the error message, you werent too clear on that. i think that the yamaha is the one displaying the message.
what has happened is the unit having the error message set itself to use the other device's clock as a digital timing master. there is some way, inside the device in question, to go through the menues and find a selection for "clock source" . you want the "clock source" set to "internal" for it to operate independently.
if you tell me for sure which device is desplaying the message, i *might* be able to find out where in the menu you have to go to find the "clock source" selection, but, without a manual, it would be very hard for me to figgure it out for you. if you have a manual for the device, you need to search through it for the "clock source" menu feature. if you dont have a manual;, you would prolly have better luck searching for "clock source" in the menus then i would have locating a manual for you. its not impossible to find it fiddling through the menu, now that you know for what to look.
Have you taken the clock off? If so you might have incorrectly connected one of the leads to the wrong power source. You need to have a constant power supply to the clock for the memory but the clock light needs to be through the switch so that it will operate only when the ignition is on. If you work your way through the cables you should hit paydirt. Most source wires are the same colour as the cable of the accessory, but not always. To find the wire supplying the memory, switch your bike on and one by one disconnect the couplings reconnecting them as you go until you lose the readout. That is the one. Now you need to find a constant power source. Switch your bike off and look for a likely cable. Once you readout comes back that's the one.
Setting the time This is used to set the time on the unit?s clock display. 1 Press SOURCE and hold until the unit turns off. 2 Press AUDIO and hold until TIME (12:00) appears in the display. 3 Select the portion of the time display you wish to set with 2/3. Pressing 2/3 will select a portion of the clock display: HOUR?MINUTE As you select portions of the clock display the portion selected will blink. 4 Select the correct time with 5/∞. Pressing 5 will increase the selected hour or minute. Pressing ∞ will decrease the selected hour or minute. ? To cancel time settings, press BAND. ? You can also cancel time settings by holding down AUDIO until the unit turns off. You can download users guide here http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man good luck