A dual-sided analog clock consists of two single analog clocks and a dual clock kit. Using the kit you combine the two clocks to create a dual-sided clock, which can be either ceiling or wall-mounted.
Place each clock in the housing with the 10/11 and 4/5 numerals over the brass posts.
Route the clock power cords to the left, right, or center position. For right or left routing, remove the dual mount bracket cover and thread the cord through the clearance hole in the bracket. Lift the power cord out of the way, then slide the bracket cover back onto the dual mount bracket.
Place your hands at the 10/11 and 4/5 positions and turn the clock clockwise to lock into place. Repeat this step for each of the two clocks.
Measure and drill holes into the wall or ceiling to align with the mounting plate hole spacing measurements.
Attach the mounting plate to the wall or ceiling using the provided anchors and screws.
Slide the assembled dual clock bracket over the four tabs on the mounting plate. A tap with a rubber mallet on the clock bracket may be required to set the clock bracket assembly fully into place.
Route the power cords as desired and apply AC power.