Clock Hands are Broken ¶
Any one of the clock hands are not functioning.
Parts were dislodged or jarred loose ¶
Parts of your clock were jarred loose if dropped from 3 or more feet.
Can't Open the Battery Compartment ¶
Can't get the battery compartment open without breaking it.
Screw is still attached to compartment door and device ¶
Remove screw with small Phillips head screw driver.
Door seems to be stuck closed after screw is removed ¶
Pry open with tweezers or plastic prying tool.
Device Doesn't Turn On ¶
Device is not receiving power required to operate.
Batteries are dead ¶
Make sure to replace the 2 AAA batteries.
Faulty battery wiring ¶
The wires in your clock could be frayed or severed.
Battery door loose ¶
The battery door is too loose and keeping the batteries from creating a good connection.
Alarm sound is not functioning ¶
There is no sound emitted from the device when the alarm should be sounding off.
Faulty alarm wiring ¶
Make sure upon opening the device that the wires are connected to the alarm module and are not severed or frayed.