Question about La Crosse Technology E. Howard Ambassador Radio Controlled watch
I don't know what the problem is but the most common problem is a poor reception area. Yep, just like your tv used to have problems picking up that distant signal, so can your watch. The solution is the same for both problems. Get your watch into a better reception area. The signal is a relatively weak AM radio signal coming from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Find the least obstructed spot you can to place your watch, for example, if you live in Seattle, place the watch in a east facing window that doesn't have a building or mountain or some obstruction the radio waves will have trouble with and turm on the function in your watch that searches for the signal or if you don't know how to do that, leave it in the window over night. Other things like cloud cover and meteorlogical events can also affect the signal strength.
Alas, you may also have a watch problem for which I have no idea. Good luck, Michael, Watchmaker to the Stars!
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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