Question about Boston Acoustics Duo-i Horizon Clock Radio
My Boston Acoustics Horizon Duo-i has started losing time. Overnight it may lose up to twenty minutes. Not good for an alarm clock.Anyone have any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can contact the BA. As they will make arrangement to take it back and replace it. BA is a good company and they give consumer feedback as soon as possible. Well, only if you haven't got an answer to your question.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: Unit looses time
I just received a email from BA re this issue. They were amazingly prompt and friendly. Here is what I was advised to do:
"One thing to try is to let the radio recalibrate itself, this is done by leaving the unit completely unpowered and unplugged for 48 hours to let the cap drain and the unit will recalibrate itself"
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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