1. Wall clock goes in to set the time
First press the setting button to enter the time setting state; then, press the setting button again, you can adjust the position to be adjusted, then press the up or down button to set the time. After setting, press the setting button again. One digit adjustment until the time and date adjustment is completed; after the last time is adjusted, be sure to press the Escape key.
2. Wall clock adjustment time and seconds
The adjustment time is 5:35, the old-fashioned wall clock or the 555-seat clock will be automatically managed, but the check-in clock has two ways of counting the time, one is the whole point, and the other is every hour, except for the whole point, every 15 The minute is also reported once; when the time is not synchronized with the actual time, the adjustment method is as follows: set the current time to 5:35. When adjusting the time synchronization, use your finger to move the minute hand clockwise to the 12 o’clock position and listen to the hourly number. If you hear two points and the hour hand has pointed to the 6 o’clock position (ie, the clock is 2 o’clock, 2 o’clock), then use Move the hour hand counterclockwise to make the hour hand point to 2 o’clock, then turn the minute hand clockwise, and then stop when it reaches the whole point. At this time, the clock should report 3 points, then dial the minute hand again to make the clock indicate 4 o’clock. Report 4 o’clock, dial at 5 o’clock and continue to dial the exact time after 5 o’clock. That is, dial the long needle clockwise to the whole point, listen to the number of hits, and turn the short needle counterclockwise so that the time indication is the same as the number of hits heard; turn the long needle clockwise, wait for the hour to end after the hour. Continue to move the long needle until the desired time is indicated.
3. Press the wall clock number button
Press one of the buttons to make the minute number sub-clock beat, and then press another button to change the number. Press and hold 4 buttons one by one, and press and hold the time for no less than 5 seconds. If there is a certain number of flashes, it will be released. This button is the setting button, then press one by one to see what reaction, it is so groping. The products designed and produced by various electronic clock manufacturers are not necessarily the same, and some differences are quite large and cannot be generalized. Most electronic clocks have a set button, or set button, in addition to the four buttons you write, and you usually use it when you re-adjust the time.