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E HOWARD CLOCK == RADIO CONTROLLED WATCH TIME NO ADJUST -- MONTH & DAY OK

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You could be having a problem with the internal mech of the watch- it should automatically adjust to the time by the WWV signal- there is litte one can do manually with these watches, other than changing the time zones.
The battery on these watches only lasts about 3 years, and could be getting low on charge, so make sure it's good. If you do that and it still isn't working, the watch will have to be serviced.
Here is a manual for a typical watch- notice if you change the battery, the watch hands should be reset to 12:00, and also the manual has contact information for service, in case you require it.
http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/ehow23/manual.pdf
Good luck, and hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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