Question about Seiko QHR016SLH Clock Radio
which clock are we talking about, brand and model?
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
The time zone has to be manually selected, first, on the back. The followingt web blog talks about the process:
Although the clock is great and functions well, there are a few issues that I have found to be annoying. First, the clock failed to automatically sync with the correct radio signal several times. The instructions were lacking in providing insight into correctly setting this feature. Ultimately, I manually set the clock to sync with the desired source and then forced it to scan for the signal at which time it finally synced. I was going to give up and say screw it since the clock keeps time well enough without the atomic update feature, but after all I did buy an atomic clock. Second, the alarm sound is pleasant and grows louder and more frequent as it sounds however, it automatically shuts off after one minute unless you hit the snooze button or shut it off. I've slept through the alarm a few times thinking that I pressed snooze but didn't. Lastly, the timezone must be manually set via a button on the back. I travel frequently and have found this to only be a minor annoyance as it reminds me to confirm the time with a local source; it's far less time consuming to press a button to set the timezone as opposed to changing the time as I've done with other clocks. Other notes. The display is large and clear. The back light is more than adequate. Setting the alarm time and/or the time manually is easy
Once you set the time zone, it should update automatically.
Refer to your manual for more precise instructions.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Directions for Desk Clock - Without the
change the Temperature:
the "S" button once (this will change from Fahrenheit to Celsius)
change the Time and Date:
the "M" button once to change time to or from military time
the "S" button once to change the hour
the "S" button again to change the minute
the "S" button again to change the year
Changing the year will also change the day of the week
the "S" again to change the month
the "S" again to change the date
set the Alarm:
the button with an alarm clock on it
the "S" button once
A flashing 12:00 should appear
the arrows to set the hour
the "S" button again to set the minutes
the "S" button again to change the "ring" of the alarm
There will ne a number below the time the alarm is set for
Use the arrows to advance through the options
turn the alarm functions completely off:
the button with the alarm clock on it
the "S" button five times
When three dashes appear where the time would be, it is off.
the "M" button three times to get back to the main clock function
clear the secondary clock:
can set two different times on the clock, so if you travel frequently you can
have a home time with alarm and a travel time with alarm saved and ready to
go. There is a primary time, the one you normally see on the clock with
an alarm clock function after it. There is also a secondary time with an
alarm function after it.
the secondary clock will make it easier to know when you get back to the
primary clock function.
the "M" button three times
the "S" button seven times
When three dashes appear where the time would be, it is off
the "M" button two more times
you are Done!
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