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I have a KLIK Radio Controlled Thermo Clock, the battery ran out and I have replaced it with a new one, but the clock will not start up. Is there somewere I can obtain a manual for this sort of clock

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SOURCE: Wireless thermo clock not reading outside temp

I've had a similar problem with another model, an Oregon Scientific Model IWA-80055 Wireless Thermo Clock, in which when I replaced the batteries in the remote sensor, the clock would not read the temperature from the remote sensor.
I found it fairly consistent to solve this by taking a battery out of place in the clock and putting it back in.  Unfortunately this also messed up the clock's time and date.  This is also in the instructions catalogue for the device, check and see if yours gives a similar solution.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Instructions to 'science museum' radio controlled alarm clock

press the alarm button (so the alarm time is on the screen) then the + button. do the same to deactivate the alarm.
it took me forever to work this out after losing my instructions, feel a bit of an idiot now it seems so simple

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

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SOURCE: global atomic radio controlled clock

It should automatically reset to the correct time. Try taking the model number and Google for an answer. Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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SOURCE: Radio controlled clock model 6302000 - cannot

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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Hi Follow this link for a copy of the clock instructions http://www.precisiontimekeepingshop.com/WebRoot/Store3/Shops/es119696_es124040752439/4A01/ADE9/E32C/D6DB/8872/50ED/8971/B0A9/PREC0007_0020_Instructions_0020_copy.pdf

Posted on Oct 31, 2010

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