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I have the All-Clad stainless steel timer/clock. I can't figure out how to set the clock back for Standard Time. I have it a work, so I don't have the manual with me.

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You press and release the mode button, then press the adjust button. This is what the instructions say to do. However, I see that you don't have an adjust button listed. I would try pressing and releasing the mode button, then pressing the ZONEDATE button and see if that will do it.

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Yes these timers are quite expensive but what i use a couple of cheap timers that plug into the socket,well extension lead with 4 plug sockets and then the pump ,with the other one for the salt to clorine converter as i top my pool up with well water from 5 mtrs down and it has salt in it but not a lot so the salt converter comes on for half hour once a day.These cheap timers work well and last for years and saves using these expensive timers.Now iam not sure what system your using for a pool cleaner but mine connects to skimmer and then i sweep the bottom manually ,i do have a funny thing that goes around but this means leaving the pump on for a length of time which wears a pump quite rapidly so the skimmer operates in the summer for 1/4 of an hour every hour or so just to skim the dead bugs off then i use the sweeper once a week or so .
I have had pool pump for 20 yrs now and still works well but this i attribute to the fact that it doesnt run for any length of time which overheats the bearings .But i would look into the timers from the local hardware shop or chinese and try them as this will save you a lot of money as these fancy ones are full of a lot of electronics that do go wrong .

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I see you need help with your radio controlled clock.

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.

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Locate the AA battery compartment on the back of your clock. Put two new AA batteries into your clock's battery compartment.

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You press and release the mode button, then press the adjust button. This is what the instructions say to do. However, I see that you don't have an adjust button listed. I would try pressing and releasing the mode button, then pressing the ZONEDATE button and see if that will do it.

If this works, please place a vote for me. Thanks,

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