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I don't know how to set my alarm, or turn it off.

My clock radio comes on at noon every day, how do I turn it off so this will not happen again?

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    I like Pink Floyd and I think that Time would make the ultimate alarm tone. Problem is I cant get my alarm to work, in any way shape or form.

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I went to sony.com and looked up the manual for this clock radio.

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How do i set the alarm


Select on the top AL1 or AL2 depending on which alarm you want to set until that is selected on the screen in the upper right corner. Then press the AL Set button twice. Turn the +/- knob until you have selected the right hour. Make sure you set AM or PM when scrolling through (PM has an indicator, AM does not). Press the AL set button again. Then scroll through with the +/- knob to choose the minutes. Then press the AL Set again to make that your alarm.

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I have a gpx hm3817dtblk shelf system and i was wondering if you can get the alarm to play a cd instead of the radio or if you can do either one and how? Or does it even have an alarm?


The manual:

http://www.retrevo.com/support/GPX-HM3817DT-manual/id/1183ag710/t/2/

Page 6>>>>

Setting the Clock
a. Press the STANDBY button until the unit is in standby mode.
When the unit is in standby mode, the STANDBY button will be red.
b. Press the CLK ADJ. button. The time will begin to blink.
c. Press the HOUR and MINUTE buttons to adjust the hour and minute.
d. Press the CLK ADJ. button to set the adjusted time.
Setting the Alarm
a. Press the STANDBY button until the unit is in standby mode.
When the unit is in standby mode, the STANDBY button will be red.
b. Press the ALARM SET button. The time will begin to blink.
c. Press the FUNCTION button to seleect CD, Radio, AUX, or Buzzer.
For Buzzer mode, the display will not show any indication.
d. Press the HOUR and MINUTE buttons to adjust the hour and minute.
e. Press the ALARM SET button to set the adjusted alarm time.
An alarm clock icon will appear on the LCD Display when the alarm is set.

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How to set alarm time on bose wave radio


To set the Alarm 1 time - On the control panel, hold down ALARM
SET and press TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at
first, then more quickly. Release TUNING to stop.
On the remote, press TIME. The ALARM indicator flashes. Press
TUNING up or down. The time display changes slowly at first, then
more quickly. Release TUNING to stop. Press TIME to return the display
to the current time.
To turn on the Alarm 1 function - Press ALARM MODE or
ALARM in sequence to select the mode you want: tone, radio,
both tone and radio, or off.
For tone only, press until the indicator lights.
For radio only, press until the indicator lights.
For tone and radio, press until both indicators light. When the
alarm goes off, the tone sounds. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to turn the
radio on. Press SLEEP/SNOOZE to pause the radio for 10 minutes.
To turn off the Alarm 1 function - Press ALARM MODE or
ALARM until the display shows no Alarm 1 mode indicators.
To check the Alarm 1 setting - On the control panel, hold down
ALARM SET to see the wakeup time.
On the remote, press TIME to see the wakeup time. Press TIME again to
return the display to current time.
To wake to a preselected radio station with Alarm 1 - While
holding ALARM SET, press the PRESET button for the station you want
(change between AM and FM if needed).

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I have lost he instructions for my Ministry of Sound hi-fi with docking sysytem and don't know how to tune the dab radio...can anyone help?


plug it and with power on but don't turn the station on, leave it in standby mode. then press and hold mem/set on your remote. then set the hour and press mem/set to move onto the minutes. when done press mem/set again and your time is sorted.

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I cannot set the clock And don't know how to get AM on the Radio?


To set the clock:

1) Turn the system off (standby)
2) Press the Play/Pause button
3) Turn the left knob until the proper day of the week appears.
4) Press the Play/Pause button
5) Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the hour, minute, AM/PM and clock is visible options.

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To switch from FM to AM (and back again), press the Stop/Band button.

I had the same problem as you this past daylight savings time. I though I could figure it out on my own, but it was not at all easy to guess. I ended up going back to my file cabinet where I keep the users guides for everything I own to look it up.

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We have this HM3817DT CD radio and somehow the alarm setting was bumped and it goes off regularly and we don't know where to shut it off. The instruction manual says nothing about setting or turning off...


When you press the AL SET/ SLEEP button on the remote or the system, it will flash. If you press it again, it should go away, meaning it is turned off.

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AIWA NSX-2700 Alarm


On the remote hold shift and press timer button.
It should go off.
Hope this works for you
Kurt

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Sony Dream Machine clock radio


0) Read the last answer first :) it is the most likely.

1) Make sure that the noise is electronic, not mechanical,

a) Electronic noise comes from the speaker

b) Mechanical nose originates in the clock
(older mechanical clocks only)

c) Clocks come in 3 varieties:
Electronic
Mechanical "Flip Leaf"
Mechanical "Motor/ Gear" driven.

2) Assuming that your clock is electronic, there are
only two possibilities for causing static.

a) Extremely intense electromagnetic interference,
as in radio waves, from a thunderstorm or a powerful
transmitter nearby, such as a HAM radio or even
an active cell phone.

Intense electro-magnetic waves can be picked up by
internal wires within the radio which act as an antenna,
rectified (demodulated) by internal diodes and transistors,
filtered by internal capacitors and the speaker's inertia,
and still present enough audio frequency energy to the
sensitive speaker coil to be "quite" audible and irritating.

This can happen even with the power off, when the
interference is so strong that it needs no amplification !

This happens to my computer speakers, every time my
cell phone rings, and starts transmitting a return signal.


3) The power switch is intermittently shorting causing a small
amount of DC power to enter the radio, the more intermittent
the switch, the more noisy it gets.

This causes my old clock radio to turn on by itself when its
not supposed to.

The cause of the problem in either in the main power/ mode
switch, or in the clock driven switch or relay.

4) Old switches and volume controls get oxidized with time
and/or bridged by products of corrosion. The simple solution
is to clean them using a good aerosol contact cleaner,
available from an electronic shop for about 10 bucks.

Simply spray the cleaner into all the switches and controls,
while vigorously exercising each switch or control back and forth.

Make sure that you use a safe "electronic cleaner" designed
for the job. It must be safe on plastics, non-conductive, good
solvent and it must evaporate quickly. Don't breath the stuff !!!

Typically the spray will contain TF (tri-fluoro-ethane), or some
other freon substitute.

Freon (Di-fluoro-di-chloro methane) is bad for the ionosphere,
now illegal in most countries for that reason.

Also stay away from Carbon-Tetra-Chloride, which is
VERY toxic.

Do NOT improvise, or use acetone or alcohols, which may (will)
melt the plastic, causing the controls to permanently seize.

Get electronic contact cleaner from an electronics hobby shop.

Good luck. Martin
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Turn off alarm


With the power off, push the alarm button twice and the clock symbol should go out. This means the alarm is off. Also when the alarm is on and the power is off, you can push the function button to select nothing (buzzer), cd or radio.

Hope it helps, I am trying to find out how to reset the default volume from 17 which is way too loud

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Clock


First - turn off stereo(standby mode) To set "timer" start and stop times, simply press the "Mode/Remain" button until the Timer's "On" or "Off" is selected. Then proceed to the following instructions. To set clock, press "Memory" then "CD - Tuner - Skip" arrows to set hours. Press "Memory" again to set minutes, and again to finish.

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