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I have a Seiko Melodies wall clock, reference #= QXM1395RH, I purchased in 2006 from an Ace Hardware dealer. It has worked beautifully until a couple of months ago when the parts that open up to the inside stayed opened up and will not close. The music plays great and it keeps great time but those parts will not close. Changes the batteries and hit the reset button and still they will not close. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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To test your Seiko Melodies in Motion Clock:

1) Check the volume knob in the back of the Seiko clock to make sure the volume has not been adjusted all the way down.
2) Make sure the on / off switch is set to on.
3) If it is extremely dark in the room, the clock will not play, it has a light sensor. Make sure the room is well lit.
4) There are separate batteries usually that operate the clock and the music. Change the batteries paying special attention to any acid / corrosion caused by old batteries. Clean out any acid and it should play. Also, be careful not to touch the positive or negative contacts on the new batteries, as this could inhibit proper connection.

If you have done each step above and it is still not operating, your clock is defective. Contact Seiko Service Center directly at: 800-722-4452 extension 3.

If you have had the clock less than a year, and it was purchased from an authorized dealer, it is under warranty, and any repairs will be free. Otherwise, there may be a charge for the repair.

Posted on Feb 23, 2011

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