Easy Instructions for Resetting a Singing Bird Clock
I might see the robin on the hour, but I might hear a blue jay instead. Those little birds always go out of sync whenever I change the clock batteries. Batteries never last forever, and I always run into this problem. How can I get those birds back in sync again? Well, there is a simple way to fix this problem.
How to Reset a Singing Bird Clock
- Remove the old batteries from the back of the clock.
- Set the time on the clock to 11:50 (10 minutes to 12:00). (Note: Some that are RSPB clocks set at 5:50, not 11:50.)
- Insert the new batteries into the back of the clock.
- Set the correct time.
- Your birds should now be back in sync with the correct bird singing as pictured by the time.
Note: Every time you change or remove the batteries, you'll need to repeat the five simple steps above.
Questions & Answers
The birds in my clock aren't singing at all. Did you replace the batteries and reset according to the instructions?
Did you replace the batteries and reset according to the instructions? The batteries for the signing is different than that of the clock.Helpful 46
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Does this singing bird clock chime 24 hrs a day or only 12 hrs?
Hello, these chime 24 hours a day but have a sensor on them so if the room is dark it will not sound. If the room is light(light left on at night) it will sound 24 hours.Helpful 11
I have an Audubon clock that chimes 15 minutes before the hour. To correct this, I replaced the clock mechanism, and the clock time is accurate. What could be causing this?
What I would do is as soon as the bird sings move the hands on the clock 15 minutes fast, unplug the battery that controls the time, and then 15 minutes later put it back in. See if that corrects it again.Helpful 13
What is the red button on the back of a singing bird clock for and how do you use it?
The red button on the back should cycle through all of the bird calls when held down. It is used to demo (hear) all the bird sounds.Helpful 13