Model: 72MHz Analog Clock
The backs of most Analog Clocks feature two specially designed clock-lock hangers spaced at precise distances, one on the top and the other on the bottom. The clock-lock feature prevents accidental removal if the clock is bumped, and it may reduce theft by requiring a particular combination of moves to remove the clock.
Clocks with the clock-lock feature are supplied with two mounting screws and wall anchors. To bypass the use of the clock-lock feature, use finishing nails with no heads angled at 45 degrees into the wall in place of the supplied mounting screws.
Drill holes for the screw anchors per the clock hole spacing specifications.
Apply power to the clock.
Use a screwdriver to insert and tighten the screw, leaving the top of the screw head 3/8 in. (0.95 cm) out from the wall.
Hold the clock with the face down and align the clock-lock hanger with the bottom screw.
Tilt the clock face to vertical and position the clock with the screw heads in the opening of the Clock-Lock hanger.
Slide the clock down over the screw heads to latch it into place.
If the Automatic Self Initialization was not completed at the clock mounting location, verify the clock is receiving a signal from the Transmitter. Remove the clock and press and IMMEDIATELY release the button located on the back of the clock.
When a clock is being installed or its transmission signal is being tested, it's very important not to hold the button down too long or the hands will proceed to the 12 o’clock position and remain there indefinitely. To release the hands from an indefinite position, press and release the button again. The clock will automatically initiate the Self Initialization procedure and set itself.
The clock scans all channels looking for a Transmitter signal.
Once the clock finds a channel with a Transmitter signal, the clock emits a series of beeps. Each time a valid time signal is received the clock emits a beep, which should be once per second and continue for one minute.
If the clock is in a marginal signal area, it emits a beep once every few seconds. Battery operated models work in marginal signal areas, but may result in reduced battery life.
No beeping indicates a signal is not received.