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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold the time set key in until the time flashes. Now let it go and use the tuning forward and back keys to set the time. I had the same problem because I continued to hold the timeSet button down while trying to adjust it. If you do, the forward/back keys have no effect.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
On the "Alarm" screen click up (the top screen should show not numbers now), then simly click mode until you are back to the "Time" screen.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
to set the alarm, press and release the "alarm" button; then press and hold the "set" button until the hour begins to blink. press "adv" until
the hour AM or PM is correct;now press and release "mode" so that the minutes begin to blink. Set the minutes using "adv"; now press and release "set". Finally,
press and release "adv" once to bring up (or remove) the alarm icon. Then press"alarm" once to return to the main display.
To set main display, press and hold "set" until the hour begins to
blink; press "adv" repeatedly until hour AM or PM is correct. Now
press "mode" so that the minutes blink, and use "adv" to get the
minutes right; then press "mode" so that the next item begins to
blink; use "adv" to advance until it is correct, then press "mode"
so that the next item blinks, and so forth until you're all done.
Finally, press and release "set".
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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From the normal time position, press Mode and the AL function will come up which is where you set the alarm. Instead of pressing SET, press the up arrow. Each time you press the up arrow it changes function. When the alarm function is on a little bell appears above the colon in the time. The snooze has a ZZ that appears below the colon.The unique feature of this clock, is that it is the only one I have seen where the alarm works in the time zone selected. Most others, the alarm only works the home time zone, not the selected time zone. This is a huge improvement.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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