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Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display and not a fault code. These types of clocks aren’t that sophisticated This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display and not a fault code. These types of clocks aren’t that sophisticated This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547, remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock. (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I tried to figure it out from the picture).
 
Wait about a minute or so, check if the batteries are OK or need to be replaced and then reinsert them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display and not a fault code. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547, remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock. (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I tried to figure it out from the picture).
 
Wait about a minute or soso, check if the batteries are OK or need to be replaced and then replacereinsert them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
Wait about a minute or soso, check if the batteries are OK or need to be replaced and then replacereinsert them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display and not a fault code. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 4754747547, remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock. (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I tried to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clockpicture).
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 4754747547, remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock. (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I tried to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clockpicture).
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display and not a fault code. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I’m tryingI tried to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I’m tryingI tried to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD displaydisplay and not a fault code. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD displaydisplay and not a fault code. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. If it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi @xtwiand ,
 
It appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you didn’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’llIf it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’llIf it has you’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again. If it is still faulty see above.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi @xtwiand ,
 
IfIt appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage

If
it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you don’tdidn’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
IfIt appears to be failed [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven-segment_display|segments] in a LCD display. This could be due to either a faulty LCD display, display connections to the motherboard, a motherboard problem or if the clock is AC powered (you don’t state the make and model number) a “glitch” caused by a power surge due to a storm or outage

If
it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you don’tdidn’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If it still shows a faulty display It could either be a LCD display problem or a problem on the motherboard of the clock.
 
If AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi @xtwiand ,
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you don’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If it still shows a faulty display It could either be a LCD display problem or a problem on the motherboard of the clock.
 
WasIf AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?
WasIf AC powered was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi @xtwiand ,
 
If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you don’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.
 
Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again.
 
If it is not this model, if applicable, remove the power (if AC powered) and any user accessible batteries from the clock, wait for a minute or so and then reconnect the power (and batteries) and check the display.
 
If it still shows a faulty display It could either be a LCD display problem or a problem on the motherboard of the clock.
 
Was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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Contribution d'origine par : jayeff ,

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Hi @xtwiand ,

If it’s a Westclox Banshee Super Loud Alarm clock 47547 (you don’t say what the make and model is so I’m trying to figure it out from the picture), remove all the batteries (2 x AAA and 1 x 9V Alkaline) from the clock.

Wait about a minute or so and then replace them and see if the clock has been reset to normal. You’ll have to adjust the time and alarm settings again.

If it still shows a faulty display It could either be a LCD display problem or a problem on the motherboard of the clock.

Was there a power outage or a storm prior to this happening?

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