Clock shows the wrong time ¶ 

‘ ‘Although it is an automatic clock, the time is wrong’ ‘

Check the switches on the back ¶ 

The switches should be placed in the correct position, depending on your specific location and whether or not is it daylight savings time.

All switches are correct ¶ 

Hold down the time button on the top until the display begins to blink. Use the plus and minus buttons to manually set the time.

Buttons are unresponsive ¶ 

Buttons do not move when pressed ¶ 

In this case, it is likely a loose part or some substance has gotten under the button and is preventing movement. If brute force does not solve the problem, the device should be opened and the button area inspected. Once you remove the board from under the buttons, there is nothing that will damage the device that isn’t just superficial. Clean around the button and try to find what is causing the issue and clear it out. Since there are no electrical parts or anything connected, feel free to use force. The only thing that could break is the button itself, but it is pretty sturdy. Just be cautious if you see a lot of bending of the plastic.

Check how many buttons do not work ¶ 

One button does not work ¶ 

If it is only one button that is unresponsive, the problem will be with the sensory pad that detects the button being pressed.

Multiple buttons do not work ¶ 

If multiple buttons do not work, the issue is likely a damaged board, or connection between the board the buttons are on, and the main board that controls the display.

Check the switches on the back ¶ 

The switches should be placed in the correct position, depending on your specific location and whether or not is it daylight savings time.

All switches are correct ¶ 

Hold down the time button on the top until the display begins to blink. Use the plus and minus buttons to manually set the time.

Display does not light up ¶ 

Check the power source ¶ 

The batteries may be dead or the plug is not properly placed in the outlet. If both power sources are connected properly and the display still does not work, the problem is internal, likely due to an issue with the connection from the main board to the display.

Alarm does not go off ¶ 

If the alarm is not sounding, it is likely a damaged speaker. The connecting wire from the speaker to the board could be loose or disconnected, or the speaker could be blown. Both of these issues are internal, and the device will need to be opened to further inspect the issue. A replacement speaker may be needed.

Display partially works ¶ 

There may be a crack or a wiring issue within the display board. You will need to take apart the device to inspect further.

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