Battery - The La Crosse Technology clock must have a fresh battery to receive and process the time signal.
Location - Try a different location, ideally near a window. It should be at least six feet from computers, TVs, air conditioners, other Radio-
Controlled clocks and other electrical appliances that cause interference.
Weather - Electrical storms between you and Colorado during the night will interfere with the WWVB signal.
Although we cannot control the weather we can help you predict it (see www.lacrossetechnology.com).
Daylight Savings Time
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and WWVB encode a special DST "bit" in the WWVB transmission for DST. Your La
Crosse Technology clock will read this information and automatically advance the hands one hour in the spring and eleven hours in the fall.
Arizona and Indiana
If you live in an area that does not recognize DST you must press the (unmarked) DST button for one second to deactivate your clock's DST
program. To reactivate the DST program simply press the DST button again for one second.
If you cant rectify the probelem, contact
La Crosse Technology, Ltd
2809 Losey Blvd. S.
La Crosse, WI 54601
or enter their website at
The device is a repairable one. OK.
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