The balance of the Atmos Classique clock, which is suspended from an extremely thin wire, absolutely must be blocked before any transport, even when it is just moved slightly (see section on Precautions for operation and transport), and to perform adjustments.
The Atmos Classique clock has two balance locking systems :
- The first, accessible under the cabinet, should be used for transport.
- The second, accessible after opening the door, is used when the clock is moved slightly.
Unlock the first locking system by completely loosening the screw located under the cabinet.
The second system, consisting of a blocking lever, should be released only after setting the time (see section on Setting the time).
Atmos Classique Transparente
The Atmos Classique Transparente clock has a balance blocking system, which can be accessed after opening the door and which must be released only after setting the time (see section on Setting the time).
To start the Atmos Classique clock, carry out the following operations.
Ensuring the clock is level
For your Atmos Classique clock to work correctly, its base should be perfectly horizontal.
To enable you to stabilise it suitably, it has a spirit level. To ensure correct operation, the bubble must be perfectly centred in the level.
The Atmos Classique clock rests on three feet, one of which is fixed (at the rear) while the other two are adjustable. When you have placed your clock in its final location, you can easily perform level setting by screwing up or unscrewing the two mobile feet.