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I have a Salton Innovations Atomic Clock. It sometimes sets itself to the wrong time, and I can usually fix it by playing with the time zone. However, the time zone is represented by hours, + or -, and not by name, like eastern, central, etc. I don't know what our time zone would be - Eastern United States - and would love to know how to solve this problem once and for all! The Salton website gives absolutely no information whatsoever! Help me please!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TIME ZONE SETTING
The cefault time zone is PACIFIC. lf your location is not in the Pacific zone, set the
time zone as follows:
1. In normal time mode, press the "[,4ODE" key to enter the alarm time mode. 2. ln aiarm time mode, press and hold the ADJ . 'Cl"F" key for 2 seconds to enter
the time zone setting mode.
3. Press ihe "ADJ "C/'F" key to select the proper time zone: P=Pacific
M=Mountain C=Central E=Eastern 4. Press the f,'lODE key to save and exit the time zone setting mode, or let it exit
automaiically 30 seconds later without pressing any key.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
The "mode" button is there to change the function of the + & - buttons.
If you press the mode button several times you will cycle through the various setting features of the clock.
Look for the one that sets the time zone and use the + or - buttons to select your zone.
Some experimentation may be required!
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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