A dual-sided analog clock consists of two analog clocks and a dual clock kit. Using the kit you combine two clocks to create a dual-sided clock, which can be either ceiling or wall-mounted.
Secure the mounting plate to the wall or ceiling with the four long screws, paying attention to the "up” arrow, at the location you will be hanging the clock.
Remove one clock from the bracket by removing two of the four factory installed screws. With the dual clock flat on a soft surface to protect the lens and bezel, remove the two top screws and lift the top clock off of the dual mounting bracket.
It may require some force to remove the top clock because, in addition to the screws, the clocks are also held in place by magnets.
Set each clock using method detailed on the setup instruction sticker on the back of each clock.
Once the clocks are set (with batteries inserted), orient the clock face so that the 12 is in the correct position for your mounting option.
Clocks are shipped in correct position for wall mounting. If ceiling mount is required, both clocks must be removed and rotated within the bracket.
Align one of the posts on the back of the clock with the appropriate post in the bracket, next to a clip. Make sure that the raised portion of the clip next to the post is inside the bracket.
Lower the clock down on the bracket, keeping all clips inside ring. Press down to seat the clock in bracket. Secure with the two screws removed previously, in same holes in bracket (over screws holding other clock in place.)
If necessary, use the four additional screws included in the package to cosmetically plug holes in bracket.
Check to make sure that the 12 o’clock position is oriented to read correctly from both sides of the clock.
Taking the fully assembled dual clock, line up the base (stem) of the clock with the plate that is mounted on the wall. Slip the keyhole slots on the back of the base over the posts on the plate and push the clock down to secure.