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WORLD TIME ALARM CLOCK OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

WORLD TIME ALARM CLOCK OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

STARTING

A battery is included with your clock. To start your clock:

1. Open or remove the cover on the back of the clock.

2. Remove the plastic strip or wrapping from the battery to start the clock.

3. If the clock does not start, check that the battery is correctly installed and that the (+) and (-) symbols on the battery match those in the battery holder.

 

TlMESETTING

1. Slide the alarm switch, located on the back of the clock, to the OFF position

2. Pull out and turn the set knob, also all the back of the clock, to set the hands to the correct time.

3. After setting the time, push the set knob back in to insure accurate timekeeping.

 

ALARM SETTING

1. Slide the alarm switch to the OFF position.

2. Make sure the set knob is pushed in.

3. Turn the set knob until the alarm hand is set to the desired alarm time.

4. Slide the alarm switch to the ON position to activate the alarm.

 

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

When the clock stops or the alarm volume weakens, replace the battery with a fresh 1.5 v "AA" size battery. Alkaline batteries are recommended for longer battery life.

 

WORLD TIME

1. Find a city on the world map that is located in your time zone.

2. Turn the crystal to rotate the world map until a city in your time zone is aligned with the current hour on the outer 24 hour track.

For example, if you live in Chicago and the current time is 1:00 PM, rotate the map so that Chicago lines up with the 13 on the outer track.

Chicago at 1:00pm

3. Use the outer 24 hour track and the world map to check the time in other world locations. The hour is determined by the alignment of the time zone with the 24 hour track. The minutes will be the same as indicated by the minute hand on the clock.

For example, if the local time in Chicago is 1 :25 PM, the time in Tokyo would be 4:25 AM, the next day.

Tokyo is 4:25am

4. To determine if the date of a city is the same day, one day ahead or one day behind your city, use your finger to trace the time counter-clockwise from your city to the target city.

5. If the tracing path passes through the small "24" on the outer track and the "DATE LINE" on the dial, or if it does not pass through either of them, the target city is the same day as your location.

Same Day

6. If the tracing path passes through the "24" only the target city is one day ahead.

One Day Ahead

7. If the tracing path passes through the "Date Line" only, the target city is one day behind.

One Day Behind

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