Released Pre-Fall 1997, identified by model number RM318PA

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How do I get the projection clock to keep correct time?

The projection clock does not keep correct time even though it is connected to the Atomic Clock.

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After doing some research, I discovered that the unit needs to be resynchronized with the Atomic Clock.

Resynchronization process:

Please note: keep all components within the same 10 feet radius while resynchronizing.

Remove batteries from main unit and all sensors.

Unplug if on AC power.

Allow a minimum of 10 minutes for any or all capacitors to discharge.

Reinstall batteries into any or all sensors first.

Press a paper clip or pin into reset hole in battery compartment.

Reinstall batteries into main unit.

Press paper clip or pin in reset hole in the battery compartment.

The unit should re-sync immediately, however it may take up to 10 minutes for the unit to completely resyncronize.

Projection Clock RM318PA Troubleshooting.

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Hi! It may be that the clock needs to be reset.

Try the link below if you're having trouble finding the reset!

Oregon Scientific RM318PA Reset

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