How Do I Set the Time Zone on a Hammacher Schlemmer Projection Clock?

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Tip

Position your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock near a window that faces Fort Collins, Colorado to make it easier for your clock to receive the atomic time signal.

Warning

Avoid positioning your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock within 6 feet of electronic appliances such as televisions and computers, because they may interfere with your clock's ability to receive the atomic time signal.

Founded in New York City in 1848, Hammacher Schlemmer is a mail order retailer that offers a wide variety of gifts, collectibles and electronics. The Hammacher Schlemmer projection alarm clock requires very little setup, since it uses the radio-controlled time signal broadcast daily from Fort Collins, Colorado to keep absolutely accurate time. To set the time on your Hammacher Schlemmer projection alarm clock, you must first select the correct time zone. Luckily, changing the time zone on your projection alarm clock is simple and takes just seconds.

Step 1

Locate the "Mode" button on the front of your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock.

Step 2

Press the "Mode" button, and wait for the clock to show the day of the week in place of the seconds on the clock's display.

Step 3

Locate the "+" button on the front of your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock.

Step 4

Press the "+" button to access the time zone-setting screen. Note that icons for the Pacific, Mountain, Central, and Eastern time zones will appear on the screen.

Step 5

Press the "+" button repeatedly to highlight the desired time zone icon on the display screen of your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock.

Step 6

Press the clock's "Mode" button to return your projection clock to its regular timekeeping mode.

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