First of all, it is not the clock that is going off, it is the alarm. The alarm is not coming on, as the alarm has already been set but is just activating. To "go off" means to be discharged or activated, but that still is not the answer, since "go on" should mean to activate.
One would think that it just became a slang term to say "the alarm clock is turning off" or going off could be something to signify a lack of restraint (Dad went off me yesterday for burning down the shed).
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Either an alarm clock or a Force (preferibly not the dark side, as that never turns out well).
wheel and axle because the batteries in the clock turns the gears inside the clock, which, then, turns the hands of the clock
the alarm in my 528i BMW turns on and off. what can cues this. thank you...
This problem is actually caused by a bad lock actuator. You will need to replace the door lock actuator on the door lock that is causing the alarm to go off. I dont know why, but mine 93 Vigor does this as well. A tip: when u open the door and use the auto unlock, it turns the alarm off so you dont have to sit somewhere while u try to get the alarm to turn off.
I think it depends if you are listening to the DAB/FM radio or Ipod or the buzzer. If I want to stop the radio for instance, I just press the on/standby button; that turns the alarm off. Hope that helps.
Turning something 'clockwise' would be turning it in the direction the hands on a clock turns. 'Counter-clockwise' would be turning it the opposite direction of a clock. I always remember anti-clockwise from clockwise, by which way a clock turns for clockwise, and the opposite way of a clock turning for anti-clockwise.
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Actually, it turns out to be petrified!
look at a clock and u tell me
A fire alarm turns on when the sensor senses heat nearby while a burglar alarm senses movement or forced entry from a specific area it is guarding..
I would think that when you changed the brake light fuse you moved the power wire going to the clock, or somehow have loosened the wire for the clock at the fuse panel. You need to find the power wire to the clock and check all this out. Look for any wires that are hanging down and touching the brake pedal arm. This will be a power wire that is hot all the time, ignition on or off.
Not sure if it's the same but on a J30 and Nissan Maxima you put the key in the truck luck and open it. That turns off the alarm.
Whatever your key skills actually are. If you lie about it, they're going to find out when it turns out you can't actually do any of the things you said you were especially good at.
The minute hand of a clock turns about 360 degrees each hour.
Some cards count the number of turns that pass, and what "Pyro Clock of Destiny" does is increase those counts by one. "Final Countdown" counts 20 turns after it is activated - "Pyro Clock" will add one to this count, so only 19 actual turns needs to pass. However some cards countdown during Standby Phases, "Pyro Clock" will do nothing to these, it does not literally make a turn pass, just add one to the count of cards which count turns.
A device which one attaches a lamp or other appliance to that has an internal clock that turns on or turns off the lamp at your preselected time.
1. Press SOURCE and hold until the unit turns off. 2. Press AUDIO and hold until clock appears in the display. 3. Press the arrows to select the segment of the clock display you wish to set. 4. Press + or - to set the clock. 5. To cancel clock settings, press BAND. You can also cancel clock settings by holding down AUDIO until the unit turns off.
Weak battery or the theft alarm is activated. Try unlocking doors(all) with the key.
The alarm may go off while driving your Kia due to an electrical shortage. This may also be due to a blown fuse.
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the factory alarm is turned on and off by the drivers door-key-switch....or with the factory remote if you have one...unlocking the door with the key turns off the alarm...:)
Three and a half turns of the minute hand = 3.5*60 = 210 seconds.
That's the warning light for your burglar alarm. Locking the car turns it on.
On most vehicles, if the key is used to unlock the vehicle after the alarm is set, the alarm will sound as soon as the key turns in the lock. To shut the alarm off in most cases, insert the key into the ignition and start the vehicle. If the starter kill stops the engine, just restart the engine and it should be fine.