|Posted by:||Richard Jennings|
|The signal used to be broadcast from Rugby, but the transmitter moved in 2007 to Anthorn in Cumbria. Your clock shouldn't need any alteration to receive the signal from Anthorn (which is on the same frequency as the old Rugby one), but maybe it is having difficulty in picking up a slightly weaker signal. |
Have you tried moving the clock into different rooms, perhaps upstairs by a north or north-west facing wall? I have a radio-controlled clock in a bedroom which does seem to struggle to get the signal sometimes, but the signal has to get through 10 terraced houses before reaching my clock.
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|Re:Radio-controlled clocks||17/08/14 15:36:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Radio-controlled clocks||17/08/14 17:33:00||Phil Kay|