I thought the instructions stated to hold down the timer button for a set amount of time, but that doesn't seem to be working and that's a feature I would use quite frequently. I have since thrown the box and instructions away, but can someone please tell me how to set it for when I'm going to sleep at night? Thanks!
To adjust snooze time - The system is set for a standard 10-minute snooze time (the number of minutes you can delay the alarm). While the selected alarm is flashing, hold down Sleep⁄Snooze and press the Time or to adjust the snooze time (from 1 to 30 minutes) for that alarm. The number of minutes and Sn appear on the display to confirm your selected snooze time. You can set a different snooze time for each alarm.
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Hold the display mode button until the hours part of the clock flashes on alarm 1. Then press the sleep button twice. This will allow you to adjust the hours part of the time using the CD forward and reverse buttons. To adjust the minutes part of the time hold the display mode button again until the hours part of the clock flashes on alarm 1 . Then press the program button once and the sleep button twice. This will now allow you to change the minutes for your clock also using the CD forward and reverse buttons. Leave for a couple of minutes and your time is now set.
1. In AUX mode press and hold the SNOOZE/SLEEP button an then press the SNOOZE/SLEEP button to select the 12 or 24 hour time format in the display. Press and hold the SNOOZE/SLEEP button or wait 5 seconds and the time format will default to your latest time format selection and the time format will be confirmed.
2. In standby mode press the TIME button. The hour digits will flash in the display.
3. Press the <--- ---> buttons to adjust the hour digits and then press the TIME button to adjust the minutes.
4. Repeat step 3 for the minute digits and then press TIME button to confirm the clock setting.
Lets get you setup with the automatic snooze function on the Aiwa FRA37 Clock Radio.
The manual for FRA37 can be found here.
On page 16 of 27 the information is as follows:
1. Set Alarm/Power to standby
2. Press the SLEEP button
3. The power will automatically come on and shut off after 59 minutes.
4. To set the time for sleep timer for a less amount of time Press SLOW repeatedly while holding SLEEP
To cancel the sleep timer press SLEEP OFF
I hope this helps you out!
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The sleep button sets the radio to play for a set length of time and then turn off. Thus you can fall asleep with the radio on and not have to remember to turn it off. It works when the clock's Auto/On/Off switch is set to Auto or Off. The default is 59 minutes before it turns off. You can adjust the time until it turns off by holding the sleep button and the hour (lengthen the sleep time) or minute (shorten the time until it goes to sleep) button. The longest duration is 1 hour and 59 minutes until shut off.
I found the answer on the Bose website in the manual for the radio. While the radio is on, hold down Alarm Setup and preset 1 at the same time. That will set it so the clock displays. If you do the same thing but hold down preset button 2, that will display the radio info all the time.
JUST HOLD THE NAP BUTTON UNTIL IT NO LONGER IS BLINKING NAP, dont return it, its very good at waking you up in the morning, and is basically a good alarm clock, it just has a different way of turning nap off.
Press the SET button until you cycle through the alarms and the Colons on the time start to flash. use the right and left arrows from the CD buttons to adjust time; After time is set; press the SET button. Be careful to not fat finger and hit the CD button when pressing the SET buttons. That will turn on the AWFUL NAP timer. That's another headache.
.Stop the Nap alarmPress NAP to start NAP flashing. Press and hold NAP to cancel the napsetting. If this does not work; try again. It seems to take me a time or 2 to get it to work.
Like everyone else here I have accidentally hit the NAP button and couldn't turn it off. This morning at 2am I accidentally hit it with my husband in bed. I decided one and for all to guide this out. By flashlight and my cell phone i Googled a solution. I came across many, none of which worked. I resorted to trying methods that were posted for other models of this brand of clocks. The solution that I found that worked was to hold down the back part of the NAP button until the seat the time displayed and the nap light off. By back part of the button I mean hold down the tiny section closest to the rear of the clock. I got this solution from instructions for model RP3721A clock. It took me 17 minutes.That's just 3 minutes before the alarm would have gone off.
I did not find my manual, but this worked for me. Set the clock to be a 24 hour clock by pressing and holding the Memory/Clock Adj button. The display will show 24h or 12h. Use the fast forward button to change from 12h to 24h. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again and use the fast or reverse forward buttons to change the time to read, for example, 13:00 instead of 1:00 if the time is 1pm. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again to set the minutes.When you are done setting the time, press and hold the Timer/Sleep button. Either a time or "0:00" will appear in the display with the word "TIMER" flashing above it. Quickly press and hold the Memory/Clock Adj button until the first digit in the time starts flashing. Set the hour that you wish the alarm to sound using the fast or reverse forward buttons, just like you do for setting the time. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again to set the minutes, and one more time to finish. The word "TIMER" will stop flashing and go solid, and the display will return to the time of day. When the alarm sounds, you can hit Snooze which will give you 5 more minutes, or you can turn the Clock Radio off. Pressing the Timer/Sleep button again will turn off the timer (alarm) and pressing and holding it again after that will turn it back on.