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Model RM116E radio controlled clock with Higlo backlight, there is no light so need to shine light on it to see time, so how do i fix it to have the so called blu light, to make this a usable clock

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There's a big bar/button on the top of the clock.
It serves as BOTH the snooze button AND the light button.
When you press it, the screen will light upo for about 15-20 seconds, so you can tell the time in the dark & then the backlight goes out so it doesn't disturb your sleep.!

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SOURCE: DEH 245 Lights

Try Turning the Power off holding down the clock button till the clock display flashes then use the volume and tuner keys to set the time.

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SOURCE: global atomic radio controlled clock

It should automatically reset to the correct time. Try taking the model number and Google for an answer. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Radio controlled clock model 6302000 - cannot

I have the same clock and had the same problem. My clock was a demo and had no instructions with it. Here is the solution:
1. Pull out the battery and wait 10 seconds then replace the battery. The satellite symbol should start flashing after a few seconds.
2. Put the clock outside or in a window sill till it updates. This could take a couple of minutes.
3. Press the Mode button once to enter programming mode.
4. Press the Adjust button as many times as needed to toggle through the time zones.
5. Press the Mode button once to exit programming mode.

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SOURCE: Clock Radio is dead. No sound, no time display.

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SOURCE: It looses time and the radio controlled feature

When the battery is installed the second hand will advance eight seconds (2 seconds per step x 4 steps). The clock is now searching for a signal. For the initial setting it is recommended to stand the clock in an upright position near a window. Within five minutes the clock will either receive the WWVB signal and set itself to the exact time, or it will determine that the signal is not receivable at its current location and time of day. If a signal is not receivable it will fast-forward the hands to the 4, 8, or 12 o'clock position and search for WWVB each hour until a signal is received. If the time is manually set the clock will continue to periodically search for a signal and automatically reset the hands when the signal is received.

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My clock light is no shining, the rest of the panel is fine.


you have 2 choices
1; SEE FUSE LAbled, clock
2: if no such label buy and read the factory service manual?
3: or like we do , use a volt meter on all fuses, 1 by one keyon. 12v on both sides is good, (Brainless but 100% effective)! need a video?
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this can be a bad lamp in the clock, the clock actual fuse is hot all the times.
the backlight lamp is from the dash park dimmer controller.
so if all others dim and 1 dont, that means the actual lamp is bad.
so now you ask one more question. how to change out a lamp.
that is covered in step 2 above, read the manual. or RTM,
I dont post full manuals, yet.
i cant past the whole cluster out , sections here, sorry

if in usa, (not one post ever tells country, and sux big time for helpers)
is alldata.com. USA cars. covers this. read the cluster service sections or where ever your clock resides, (not stated)
as you know, most cars have radio clock, and is a totally differ, answer. to that. (unstated by you) cars world wide have different options for clocks and radios and sometimes 5 or more radios. +++
posting a photo would solve that.?
here is the official toyota book, and again this is USA site!!!
http://www.helminc.com/helm/search_service_owner.asp?Style=helm&class_2=TOY

my car has VFD display and if dead, $1000 for new one
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