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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually I just kept working with it, but I did put a new battery in and that may have helped. It is working fine now, thanks for your response.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
The following is from a manual I found online. Step 1. and 2. worked to solve the same problem you're having for my sister-in-law. Hope it works for you too--good luck! JLC
SETTING THE CLOCK AND CALENDAR
1. Press and hold [MODE] button for 2 seconds.
2. Using the [UP]/[DOWN] button to scroll through the 4 U.S.
time-zones (Pacific, Mountain, Central or Eastern) or non-U.S.
cities. Press [MODE] to confirm.
3. If non-U.S. city is selected, the world time city will be flashing.
Use [UP]/[DOWN] to select the city (for city names abbreviation,
please refer to the section “Selecting the World Time”). Press
[MODE] to confirm.
4. Repeat the same procedures to set the hours, minutes, year, month,
day, language of day-of-week and hourly-chime on/off by using
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
-Press SELECT once and time number should flash.
-Press and hold SELECT and it will enter settings mode for the clock.
-At the bottom of the screen next to the moon phase you should now see PST time zone.
-UP and DOWN keys will change the time zone.
-Press SELECT and other clock settings can be changed.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
I have the same unit (IWA-80055) and after not finding anything helpful on the net, I just messed with it until I got it fixed. Here's what to do:
1. Take the cover off the back of the remote sensor.
2. Set the chanel to ch.1. (I tried all three but only ch.1 worked for me).
3. Use several tools. (i.e. a stick, needle, what ever you can but you need two) and hold down the reset button on both the sensor and the clock. (at the same time.)
If done right, it should only take a few seconds to start.
The outside temp is delayed at first. Be patient.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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