Question about La Crosse LaCrosse Atomic Digital Wall Clock with Wireless Temperature Sensor
Setting daylight savings time
Posted by Anonymous on
The clock is searching for a strong enough radio signal from NIST station WWVB. When it can't lock on it, it gives up, moves the dial four hours, and goes to sleep to wait for better reception. Put the clock in a window facing towards Boulder, CO, overnight. (Radio propagation is better after dark.)
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: Atomic Clock Daylight Savings
Your clock may need to receive a signal indicating the time change. You can try moving it to another room, or outside to see if it reads the signal. Mine didn't, so I removed the battery and reset the clock. It wasn't obvious how to do that and I didn't save the owner's manual but upon close inspection there was a tiny black button (that looks like where you would lift a cover for a battery) and pressing it allowed me to adjust to the correct time. It is a "Sharp" bought at Target a couple of years ago.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
See http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/3143a/manual.pdf Press the unmarked button for 1 second. That turns DST on and off.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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