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Can't figure out how to set the time zone

I have an Honeywell Atomic clock that was auto set to the Pacific Time Zone when I bought it, but I am now in another state and it won't change the time zone to central time zone. It's the kind that projects the time on the wall, and it shows the temp.

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I just pressed and held for about 3 to 5 seconds the button with the +/- on the bottom of the clock and until it showed the part of the US that I was in.

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