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I have an old Nak TM-1 with the same problem....I have isolated ot to the MPC cable connecting the two units; specifically, just outside of the back of the main box. Seems like an intermittent 'short,' even though there is no actual motion of this cable over the years. It mpc's-into the remote unit, but is hard-wired to the base unit. Anyone know if I can order/locate a replacement cable?
[http://www.emersonradio.com/owners/SmartSet%20Series/CKS3095_041707.pdf] copy this web link and paste it into the address bar of your browser. This will take you to Emerson's customer support where you will find a pdf copy of the owners manual for you model Clock/Radio. On pages 28-31 you find the procedure for changing the internal lithium battery (CR2430) . This is what you must do to get you Clock/Radio to function correctly again. The internal battery has failed and you have lost all memory functions in the Clock/Radio. If after performing the battery change, you are still having problem with the Clock/Radio. Call the Emerson customer support at this telephone 1-800-898-9020 between the hours of 7am-5pm CT. Give them the make and model number of your Clock/Radio and ask them for assistance. I hope this information help you with your Clock/Radio problem.
This clock has 2 alarms to set Alarm 1, switch alarm 1 to the "set" position and make sure alarm 2 is pushed to the "off" "radio" or "cathedral" position, press and hold the "alarm" button on top while pressing the "f.fwd" or "rev" button to set the alarm....to set Alarm 2, do the opposite of the set buttons and repeat...to set the time just hold the time button down while pressing "f.fwd" or "rev"...hope that wasn't too confusing.