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There's only one battery visible and it doesn't sing. Where are the batteries for the sound?


It is located on the back side.
2 total batteries for this type of clock, one for the time piece the other for the audio portion.

I have a cool clock like yours, but mine is Corvette Engine sounds. Very Cool.

There is a small door with a screw.

Mar 15, 2015 | Audubon Society Audubon Singing Bird Clock

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No sound


I found mine was just making a clicking sound and no birds singing. changed batteries,all that synchronizing birds to time and nothing worked. Remove screws holding back on that are located around the ring area. carefully remove the glass,the hands, then the holding nut for the motor housing, remove face from clock assembly.There will be a wire going to the eye sensor for daylight/nighttime. Take a paperclip and jump the two solder points where the blue/black and yellow wire connect to the little circuit board (must have batteries in) and this resets the song feature. Not sure why this works, Simply reverse disassembly procedure making sure clock hands are unobstructed with each other and not bent, dont forget the seconds hand it's little and easy to forget to put back on.

Dec 08, 2013 | Audubon Society Audubon Singing Bird Clock

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Birds will sing only when you push the red button


The contact in the time movement isn't closing on the hour.

Nov 04, 2013 | Audubon Society Audubon Singing Bird Clock

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Our bird clock has started running fast, gaining about 17 minutes each day. Any idea how to fix this?


No fix, other than replacing the time movement, which is a switch movement that can be purchased at several different clock part supply stores, catalogs, or websites.

Jul 14, 2013 | Audubon Society Audubon Singing Bird Clock

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Timing is off bad on the cuckoo part of the clock. It won't stop and runs till the weight hits the ground.


We had the problem with ours when I was a kid. What we did on ours was to turn the hands until the clock cuckoos. Then we removed the hands from the stem and placed them back at the correct time. Hopefully, you can remove the hands from the stem without a problem. Don't force it however. Good luck.

Feb 01, 2013 | Watches

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Why does my owl hoot at 10 instead of 12?


SETTING THE TIME: ( Remove all batteries before setting)
1. Turn the hand set knob in the rear of the battery compartment clockwise or counter clockwise to read 10 minutes before 12:00 o'clock (11:50)
2. Insert three " AA" batteries into the battery compartment
3. Now turn the handset knob clockwise to adjust the desired time.
Note: Each time the set test button"red" is pressed, this sets the birds melodies to the next hours bird. If pressed, you must follow the instructions above to reset properly or you will not hear the correct melody with the correct bird.


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Hope it helps!

Jan 19, 2013 | Audubon Society Audubon Singing Bird Clock

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Singing bird clock


take batteries out set clock to 12.50 pm then insert batteries and set to normal time. this will then put correct bird sounds with relevant bird.

Dec 31, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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