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My accuwave ds model 625-236 is stuck on the pacific time zone and will not let me reset it to EST which is where I live. How do I fix this problem. Thank you, Bhavna

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Time Zone Setting

1. Press the MODE button to enter the Alarm Time Mode.
2. Press the SET button to change the time zone.
3. Press the MODE button to exit.

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SOURCE: I need to change time zone on atomic clock to EST

I need help setting the time zone on the sharp atomic clock model #spc364.

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Select the US Time Zone by pressing and holding the “p” or UP button for 3 seconds.
Keep holding the “p” or UP button until the desired US Time Zone (Pacific, Mountain, Central or Eastern) is highlighted on the display’s US map, located to the right of the time display and above the seconds.
Release the “p” or UP button. The Time Zone is set

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*note: you need to do this anytime you change the batteries.

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