solar outdoor lighted clock- morning dove

solar outdoor lighted clock- morning dove
Trouble Shooting Tips
If your solar light does not come on at dusk despite following all
instructions please try the following steps:
1. Make sure that the solar light is not affected by any other light
source.
2. Ensure the solar light does not stand in the shade all day.
3. Check to see if the batteries are installed correctly.
4. If there is a protective film on the solar panel carefully remove
this.
5. Make sure the switch is in the <AUTO> position.
Care Information
1. Clean any dirt and debris from the solar panel. The panel
cannot recharge if the light is obstructed. Use a soft cloth to clean
the panel. Do not use abrasives or chemicals that might scratch or
damage the UV coating.
2. In a region where snow and ice are likely and the light
assembly is covered with snow for an extended period of time the
batteries will require a recharge for at least 8 hours.
SOLAR OUTDOOR
LIGHTED CLOCKMORNING DOVE
Warranty Information
1-YEAR LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
This product is covered under a one year limited warranty.
Fusion Products Ltd. warrants to the original purchaser that
this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship
for the period of one year warranty from date of purchase.
For Technical Support and/or Warranty inquiries
please contact:
Fusion Products Ltd.
Monday to Friday
8:30-5:00 PM EST
2905 Argentia Road, Unit 2,3
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 8G6
Tel: 1-877-615-1378 Fax: (905) 812-3256
Email: sales@fusionproducts.ca
FUSION PRODUCTS LTD.
Model no. 059-1612-0
24596
Contents
Battery Replacement (Clock)
Overview .............................................................................................................. 1
STEP 1:
Follow steps 1-3 in <Battery Replacement
(Lights)>.
About Your Solar Light ................................................................................... 1
Getting Started ................................................................................................... 1
Important ............................................................................................................. 2
Operation ........................................................................................................ 2-3
Installation .......................................................................................................... 3
Battery Replacement ................................................................................. 4-5
Trouble Shooting Tips .................................................................................... 6
Care Information .............................................................................................. 6
Warranty Information .................................................................................... 6
Figure 7
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STEP 2:
Locate the battery compartment for the clock.
STEP 3:
Carefully remove the old battery from the
battery compartment. Replace the battery
with an equivalent new battery; ensuring
the correct polarity is observed (Figure 7).
Figure 8
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STEP 4:
Adjust the dial as required to set the time
(Figure 8).
Caution: Rechargeable batteries contain Nickel-Cadmium or NickelMetal Hydride and must be recycled or disposed of properly. Do not
mix old and new batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbonzinc), or rechargeable batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
Batteries may explode or leak.
Caution: Always dispose of batteries at a proper disposal facility. Do
not dispose in fire or attempt to open sealed batteries. Use only the
similar rating and type that was shipped with the original light.
 Always purchase the correct size and grade of battery most
suitable for intended use.
 Replace battery of a set at the same time.
 Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior
to battery installation.
 Remove battery from equipment which is not to be used for
an extended period of time.
 Remove used battery promptly.
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Battery Replacement (Lights)
Figure 4
STEP 1:
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On the back of the clock, place the
AUTO/OFF switch in the <OFF>
position.
STEP 2:
Remove the screws (6) on the back
cover of the clock (Figure 4).
STEP 3:
Once all the screws have been removed,
Figure 5
carefully separate the clock’s back cover
from the unit; being careful not to detach
any of the connected wires (Figure 5).
STEP 4:
Locate the battery compartment for the
solar rechargeable battery. Remove the
screws for the battery compartment cover.
STEP 5:
Carefully remove the old battery from the
Figure 6
battery compartment.
STEP 6:
Replace the battery with an equivalent new
solar rechargeable battery; ensuring the
correct polarity is observed (Figure 6).
STEP 7:
Reassemble the unit by reversing the above
procedure.
STEP 8:
Fully charge the battery in the <OFF> position
for 2 days.
STEP 9:
Place switch in <AUTO> position. The lights will
automatically turn on once it gets dark.
Overview
This product is designed to the highest technical specifications
and standards. It will supply years of maintenance free use.
Please read these instructions thoroughly prior to installation,
then store in a safe place for future reference. If at any time you
are unclear about this product, or require further assistance
please do not hesitate to contact our trained professionals
operating the customer support line at 1-877-615-1378 Monday
to Friday between the hours 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern
Standard Time or email sales@fusionproducts.ca
About Your Solar Light
During the day your solar panel will convert the sun's light
and/or UV rays into electrical power that will charge the
rechargeable battery. When it becomes dark, the solar light will
turn on using the power stored on the rechargeable battery as it
will detect no day light. The units light output strength and time
depends on how many hours and how much sunlight and/or UV
rays your panel absorbs throughout the day.
For maximum output place the solar panel in an area where
there is direct sunlight for at least 8 hours in a given day. Do not
install your solar light in a shaded area. The selected location
should not be near night time light sources such as; porch lights,
street lights or pool lights as these may cause the solar light to
turn off prematurely.
Getting Started
Please do not throw away any packing material until all parts are
verified as present.
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Important
Operation (Clock)
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NOTE: THERE IS (1) PRE-INSTALLED REGULAR
AA BATTERY TO OPERATE THE CLOCK.
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Fully charge the battery before first use. Charge under direct
sunlight in the <OFF> position for 2 days.
For best results, locate your solar lamp in a position where it
can get direct sunlight on the solar panel and generally free
from cover and shade.
Keep your solar lights away from other night-time light
sources, such as streetlights.
Make sure the solar panels are not covered by dust, snow
and debris. Clean it with a soft damp cloth or paper towel
periodically. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaning agents.
Use only solar rechargeable AA batteries for your solar lights,
and regular AA batteries for the clock function. Replace
batteries with the same size each year for optimum
performance.
The performance of the solar light will vary with the time of
year. It will deliver more light when it has had a full day in
the sun rather than a day in overcast weather.
Operation (Lights)
NOTE: THERE IS (1) PRE-INSTALLED AA SOLAR
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY TO OPERATE THE LIGHTS.
STEP 1:
Fully charge the battery before first use. Charge under direct
sunlight for 2 days.
STEP 2:
For daily operation, place the AUTO/OFF switch in the <AUTO>
position on the back of the clock. This switch is to operate the
lights only. The lights will automatically turn on once it gets
dark.
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Figure 1
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STEP 1:
Locate the clock adjustment dial on the back of the
clock (Figure 1)
STEP 2:
Adjust the dial as required to set the time
(Figure 2).
Figure 2
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Installation
STEP 1:
Locate the pre-drilled holes (4)
in the wall mount bracket (Figure 3).
Figure 3
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STEP 2:
Using the wall mount bracket, mark the holes
on the wall in the desired location you wish to
mount the clock.
STEP 3:
Using a drill, pre-drill holes for the screws
and/or wall anchors. If using wall anchors,
pre-drill and gently tap each anchor into place
first before securing with screws.
STEP 4:
Secure wall mount bracket with screws through
each of the holes (4) in the bracket.
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