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Is there a way of locking the Groclock so toddler can't make the sun come up?

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milkyman Fri 15-Jan-16 07:33:23

He has worked out how to do tjis!

CrayonShavings Fri 15-Jan-16 07:34:06

Put it high up?

Believeitornot Fri 15-Jan-16 07:35:00

Yes ours is on top of the wardrobe. I didn't realise you could make the sun come on unless with the alarm.

RNBrie Fri 15-Jan-16 07:35:39

gro.co.uk/pdf/GCM_EN_001_web.pdf

poocatcherchampion Fri 15-Jan-16 07:35:52

There is a lock on it but it is totally obvious for a child to figure out. Some kind of press and hold.

I cant be more precise as I sold ours after that debacle

RNBrie Fri 15-Jan-16 07:37:09

The key lock feature is in the blue section at the bottom.

milkyman Fri 15-Jan-16 08:15:50

Aah found it! Would put it high up but no where in new room is it possible to do this.

specialsubject Fri 15-Jan-16 18:58:27

as noted, there is a way to do it. Do NOT let your child see how you do it!

Chocolatestain Sat 16-Jan-16 07:21:12

Switching it on and off at the wall seems to override the lock - DS worked this one out very quickly. Also the problem with putting it up high is that they can pull it down onto their heads. I think it would be much better if there was an option for it to be battery operated and wall mounted. Our was removed after I found DS chewing on the charger, still plugged in, which he'd pulled out of the back of the clock. I think whoever designed it must have an exceptionally placid toddler!

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