Question about Baby Gear
We recently switched to day light savings time and our clock is still reading standard time. We are set for eastern standard time which is correct. We changed the batteries today and saw the time on the clock reset itself to the correct time but it is still off 1 hour. We are wondering if this could be due to the preprogrammed DST module that is in the clock? The DST indicator is not lit up indicating that perhaps this is the case. Any suggestions?
I had the same problem last year and called the number on the back of the clock 718-610-2717 - it was busy forever - finally I got through and they gave me another number to call - I did get the problem fixed I just can't remember how exactly to fix it again. I think I had to manually reset...I have been trying the original number again - but it has been busy for the 4 days I have been trying. I will keep trying...
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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