How to adjust a floor clock for Daylight Savings Time

How to adjust a floor clock for Daylight Savings Time

It's simple to adjust your floor clock for Daylight Savings Time, simply move the minute hand counter clockwise 1 hour to "fall back" in the Fall, or simply move the minute hand clockwise 1 hour to "spring forward" in the Spring.

 

No need to stop the clock, just leave it running. That's it!

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