How do I set a radio-controlled clock?

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To set up your clock, plainly fit one fresh AA, LR6 alkaline battery. Choose your time zone by pushing one of the four time zone buttons PT-Pacific Time, MT-Mountain Time, CT-Central Time, or ET-Eastern Time. Set the alarm by pressing the 'Alarm Set' button once and then press the plus '+' or '-' keys to the exact time you want.
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The whole idea behind these "radio controlled" and so-called "atomic" clocks is that. you. don't set them. They pick up a radio signal with time and date information
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How to Set a Radio-Controlled Clock
Radio-controlled clocks, also called "atomic" clocks, give you the most precise time available. Once initially set-up, they keep themselves set via radio waves from the U.S. atomic clock in Colorado. The time is accurate to 10 billionths of a second per... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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