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Originally Posted by Electronic M View Post
One thing I used to do is IIRC set the alarm by setting the time backwards...It would the clock hands/gearing would hook the alarm hand/gearing and it would allow the alarm to be set to exactly the time the hands were set to....Then the clock hand would have to be reset to the correct time by moving them in the opposite direction that I used to hook/set the alarm...That seemed to be the easiest way to get a really accurate alarm time set.
OK, well I think I tried that but I don't know how well that worked with my situation seeing as I was working with the clock mechanism that had the hands completely removed from the clock dial so when I ran the clock mechanism backwards to latch it into the alarm triggering mechanism I couldn't tell where the hands were or should of been, so like I said I kind of guessed on mine in reference to where I had previously had the alarm set to but I'm thinking that the guess wasn't very accurate or at least the way I positioned the hands wasn't very accurate (especially the alarm set disc in reference to the alarm pointer on the back side of the hour hand).
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