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Re: The singing bird clock not working right.
Question edited to what I think you meant to say :>D
Change the battery for a new one. check that the hands of the clock have have enough clearance to pass each other. It sounds like they are clashing at 1:05. Press the hour hand on and then the minute hand. If they are metal, you can bend them a fraction. If it still does it, send it back.
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So, on a table it would work if you pushed the button. Hang it on the wall it wont. Are you covering a sensor? Maybe try putting it on the table and placing an object like a book behind it to simulate a wall. See if it still works when you push the button. If it doesn't work with this test you may be covering a sensor. If you have to re-route a light sensor it may be a weekend project.
SETTING THE TIME: ( Remove all batteries before setting) 1. Turn the hand set knob in the rear of the battery compartment clockwise or counter clockwise to read 10 minutes before 12:00 o'clock (11:50) 2. Insert three " AA" batteries into the battery compartment 3. Now turn the handset knob clockwise to adjust the desired time. Note: Each time the set test button"red" is pressed, this sets the birds melodies to the next hours bird. If pressed, you must follow the instructions above to reset properly or you will not hear the correct melody with the correct bird.