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How do I set by clock back three hours?

WE PUT NEW BATTERIES IN AND IT IS 3 HOURS AHEAD OF TIME.

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Remove batteries, set time to 5:45, then replace the batteries. Now set the time to 6:00, and it should strike 6 times. Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 04, 2015

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Press set button repeatedly -you get timezone mode and change your wished time zone and select your zone then press set button to normal mode and adjust the current time. kindly gave your rating after you read this.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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the positon of minute hand not sync with chime strikes.
you fix the minute hand as 15.minute slower and adjust the current time using time adjuster switch not with minute hand ok.
try it and solve it

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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press set button repeatedly -you get timezone mode and change your wished time zone
and select your zone then press set button.
to normal mode and adjust the current time.

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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Take out the batteries, let stand for about 30 sec replace batteries and reset clock, when ask if you want to auto set daylight time "yes", and continue.

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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1) Pull the batteries and replace them, or gently insert a straightened paper clip into the "reset" hole in the back of the clock. The clock will beep.

2) Press the "receive" button" so the clock sets itself. The default time zone will be "EA".

3) Press the "adjust" button untill the time zone is showing (rather than the day-of-the-week).

4) Press and HOLD the "set" button down untill the hours digits start to flash2.gif.

5) Now press the "set" button again six times. The time zone characters will flash.

6) Press the "adjust" button untill your time zone appears.

7) Press the "mode" button to return the clock to normal operation.

8) Press the "adjust" button to display the day-of-week.

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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