Question about La Crosse Radio Controlled Atomic Clock
I have a large wall clock that started losing time. We replaced the battery. The clock started and won't stop. The hands go around and around without setting the time. We've set it outside facing Ft. Collins, CO at night. We've pushed the reset button. We've tried different batteries. It had worked fine for a couple of years with no problem in the same place. We purchased it at ACE hardware. It's an indoor/outdoor, with temp & humidity gauges. There is no brand on the face. The manual says Living Accents.
It sounds like its working but its setting daylight savings time mine has an option to turnoff .that's makes scents if it always 1 hour off exactly.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
I have a radio controlled clock made by Acctim that has set itself two hours and twenty minuets behind time, I have pressed the reset button a number of times, but it always resets itself back at two hours, and twenty minuets behind time
Posted on Oct 01, 2011
I'm sorry to hear that.
It sounds like no pulse signal is being received by the clock then. This can only mean the transmitter site has a long term problem, which is unlikely. Or your clock's receiver is faulty. Sorry, cannot offer any other suggestion. You could just leave it running, it may pick up a pulse eventually and get back on track. I guess there is nothing to lose in trying, except a couple of batteries.
Take care now!
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Place your Seth Thomas atomic clock face-down on a table or desk and locate a series of buttons labeled "PST," "MST," "CST" and "EST" on the back of the clock. Press the appropriate button to set the time zone.
Turn your attention to the small lithium battery-powered digital clock display on the back of your clock. With the correct time zone set, the digital display should accurately reflect the current local time.
Locate the AA battery compartment on the back of your clock. Put two new AA batteries into your clock's battery compartment.
Set the "Mode" switch on the back of your Seth Thomas atomic clock to "Run." Wait for it to adjust to the correct time. The automatic time-adjustment process can take up to 45 minutes, but is usually completed much sooner.
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