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John Ruggiers Posted on Mar 25, 2017
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How do you set the alarm on a sterling & noble atomic clock RS3311?

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  • Posted on Mar 27, 2017
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Hello John Ruggiers,

I did check on-line but OMG the single WRST youtube
I've ever seen... (forget about it).

Bottom line: It is done with the MODE button...
DAYLIGHT, 12/24hr, day, month, year & alarm ...

If all else fails ..
I tape abbreviated instructions
on
the backside of the clock.

Knowing that "ATOMIC" CLOCKS run their
minutes off of the national radio beacons...
Choosing your time ZONE and telling it IF you
recognize "DAYLOGHT SAVINGS" ... or not:

Your "SETTING" options are a bit challenging...

the whole point of the clock is that it is self correcting

Carnac the Magnificent

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