Clock Clock and and and Thermometer Thermometer

Clock Clock and and and Thermometer Thermometer
Clock and Thermometer
Carefully unpack the unit from its box and packaging.
Battery Installation - Clock
While supporting the main housing, carefully grip the entire clock face and gently ease it away
from the housing by pulling towards yourself.
The entire clock face and mechanism will separate from the housing.
On the rear of the clock mechanism is a battery cover. Open the cover by pulling it away from
the mechanism and insert a 1.5V (AA or equivalent) battery into the compartment taking care to
observe the correct polarity. (+/-)
Adjust the time by turning the wheel on the movement in the required direction.
Replace the battery cover.
Replace the clock mechanism into the main housing by gently pushing it back into position,
ensuring that the number 12 is at the top.
Thermometer.
The thermometer is designed as a guide to determining the air temperature to within +/- 3°F.
Occasionally after transit, the thermometer may need to be re-calibrated. This is simply
completed by following the instructions above for removing the clock mechanism from the
housing. Once the clock mechanism is removed you have access to the back of the
thermometer. Hold the coil movement casing on the rear of the thermometer firmly and turn
the thermometer face towards you. Grasp and slowly turn the face of the thermometer in a
counter clockwise direction to read a higher temperature or a clockwise direction to read a lower
temperature.
Adjust so the thermometer’s needle indicates the current accurate temperature attained from a
known source, i.e. another thermometer.
Temperature readings should only be taken when the thermometer is in the shade or has been in
shaded conditions for several hours.
Mounting and Location Instructions.
Attach the unit so that it is out of direct heat and sunlight.
Attach to a wall using suitable hardware ensuring that is firmly held in place.
Please note:
note Because this unit may be subjected to the elements, it is normal under certain
conditions for some condensation to form on the inside face of the clock/thermometer.
This is not a defect, as airflow is required through the body of the housing in order for the
thermometer to function correctly.
This condensation will clear, (but may return) dependant upon conditions and the mounting
location.
Luster Leaf Products, Inc.
2220 Techcourt
Woodstock, IL 60098
800-327-4635
20054
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