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Westclox Travel Alarm

I bought a travel alarm clock by Westclox. Have had it 6 months or so. I threw out the instructions, of course. It has a trouch screen that displays the time, alarm, date, and temperature. The only thing I can change by touching the screen is the temperature from C to F. How do I change the time and alarm?
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  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    exact same problem...




  • ffarkas Aug 02, 2008

    Me too. Am unable to change the time or set the alarm

  • Ceegee9 Nov 01, 2008

    Not sure if I have "same" product - a Travel alarm as a gift called "ACU RITE" at the bottom (where yours says "Wesclox"). Not sure if it helps but the "only" touch-sensitive areas I have found are "ALM SET" (near bottom-right), the Snooze and Light (top dead center), and the keystone-shapes that say "DegC/degF DOWN" (on left) and "UP Year/Date" (on right). After that I am pretty Lost. I cannot seem to change Month or Year, and its weird "AUTO DST" and "TIME ZONE" buttons work in ways that are a bit mysterious to me! -ceegee

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    How do I set the time after clock has stopped

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After selecting either TIME, DATE, or ALARM at the top of the screen, use the stylus to touch and hold the large time display. Hold it there for about 5 seconds and the clock will beep and the time display will start flashing. Then you can touch either the hours or minutes and it will increase by either 1 hour or 1 minute accordingly. When the DATE is selected, it shows the year in the large display. Again, holding the stylus on the year diaply for about 5 seconds will enter into the chqange mode. IN all cases, to exit the change mode simply select one of the other selections across the top: TIME, DATE, ALARM.

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