Radio controlled clock displays the wrong time zone.

Radio controlled clock displays the wrong time zone.

If you live in an area that receives the signal but does not adjust for daylight-savings time, select ST (standard time) from the back of the movement while the rest of the country is in daylight-savings time and manually set the movement to the correct local time. When the country returns to standard time, select your time zone from the back of the movement.

Ensure that your time zone is selected from the back of the movement and wait for the clock to receive an updated radio signal. Best signal reception occurs between 10:00 PM and 5:00 AM - particularly during the weekend. 

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