Question about SkyScan 86742 Digital Atomic Wall Clock
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: atomic clock reception
I guess the battery has run out on you. change the battery and you are good to go. I got to warn you though, if you are skittish on taking a good risk, do not try to change the battery yourself. It is a little piece of complex machinery. I have the same problem a while ago. I decided to change the battery myself after the watch repairman tried to sell me a new watch. And you know what, I'm glad I did. My atomic watch is working fine again.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Remove backup battaries
and re insert new/or-goodbattaries in the battarey comportmane as correct +/- sign.
show the time if its start from 12:00AM
press startbutton -get time adjust mode -select correct Time and press set to mnormal mode.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: 3M Precision Digital Atomic Wall
After replacing the transmitter batteries several times, I tried replacing the clock batteries. They must have been getting low. Once I put in new batteries in the clock it worked fine. Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: I have a skyscan atomic
This is a very common problem that is most frequently caused by the outdoor transmitter going bad. They are surprisingly delicate and don't like getting wet.
You can order replacement transmitters from http://skyscan.info/content/
They only cost $11 and that includes shipping and handling.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
You didn't tell us the model number but whatever it is, you should find instructions here:
Our various 'atomic' clocks have either a menu that lets one select or a simple slide switch with US time zones from which to choose.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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The SkyScan ATOMIC Clock
With the Skyscan Atomic Clock, you have the most accurate timepiece within the continent. It can receive the time signal transmitted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is regulated by 3 atomic clocks and deviates less than 1 second within 3,000 years. The NIST broadcasts the time signal (WWVB, 60kHz) continuously from Fort Collins, Colorado. This signal can be received anywhere in the continental USA that long wave (AM) radio reception is possible with a portable radio. It is expected that the signal can cover a distance of over 2,000 miles from the transmitter. Therefore, your clock will receive the signal within the broadcast range anywhere an AM signal can be received; generally the signal cannot be picked up in massive metal and concrete structures unless near a window. In addition, some environmental effects (see next page) may affect the transmitting distance.
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