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Wave SoundTouch IV - the clock is not accurate

Hi,

in my Wave SoundTouch IV the clock is not accurate. Set the right time but after a day loses minutes.

Why does not it keep the right time?

How can I solve the problem?

Thanks.

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Re: Wave SoundTouch IV - the clock is not accurate

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Hi XVLADOX,

 

Thanks for the question.  The clock keeps time using the oscillation of AC power (50/60 Hz) that it is plugged into.  If it is unable to keep time correctly, follow these instructions:

 

To change the clock reference from line to crystal, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Alarm Setup button until -SETUP MENU- is displayed
  2. Press and hold the Preset 3 button until the CLOCK - LINE is displayed. This step adds the clock reference option to the Setup Menu
  3. Press the Time - or Time + button to select CRYSTAL
  4. After 10 seconds, the Setup Menu will disappear from the display

If the system is restored to factory defaults, the CLOCK option will no longer appear in the Setup Menu and its setting will reset to LINE

To change the clock reference back to line from crystal, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Alarm Setup button until -SETUP MENU- is displayed
  2. Press the Tune > button repeatedly until the CLOCK setting is displayed. If this setting does not appear, the system's clock reference is already set to LINE
  3. Press the Time - or Time + button to select LINE
  4. After 10 seconds, the Setup Menu will disappear from the display

 

If you have any other questions, please let us know.

 

Best,

Brandon - Community Support

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Brandon_M
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Re: Wave SoundTouch IV - the clock is not accurate

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Hi XVLADOX,

 

Thanks for the question.  The clock keeps time using the oscillation of AC power (50/60 Hz) that it is plugged into.  If it is unable to keep time correctly, follow these instructions:

 

To change the clock reference from line to crystal, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Alarm Setup button until -SETUP MENU- is displayed
  2. Press and hold the Preset 3 button until the CLOCK - LINE is displayed. This step adds the clock reference option to the Setup Menu
  3. Press the Time - or Time + button to select CRYSTAL
  4. After 10 seconds, the Setup Menu will disappear from the display

If the system is restored to factory defaults, the CLOCK option will no longer appear in the Setup Menu and its setting will reset to LINE

To change the clock reference back to line from crystal, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Alarm Setup button until -SETUP MENU- is displayed
  2. Press the Tune > button repeatedly until the CLOCK setting is displayed. If this setting does not appear, the system's clock reference is already set to LINE
  3. Press the Time - or Time + button to select LINE
  4. After 10 seconds, the Setup Menu will disappear from the display

 

If you have any other questions, please let us know.

 

Best,

Brandon - Community Support

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