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Cd player I wake up with a CD and the 2 alarms. the other day, the first alarm when on bip instead of CD and since then, the second alarm plays the CD with ups and downs, few seconds without any music and back. I changed the CD but it stays the same. I love this machine and want to keep it functionning properly. thanks for advice

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SOURCE: CD won't spin

Im afraid the laser is worn out, or there is a power supply problem, or the spindle motoer servo curcuit is defective. If you know how to service solid state curcuits, maybe it will be worth fixing. Im sorry to say, if you do not, then most likly the repair will exceed the cost of a new unit or come close to it. Good Luck PS please do not forget to rate this thread.

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SOURCE: cd player opens when turned on and will not function

JVC recommends leaving the unit unplugged for 30 minutes to reseet the system - I'm trying that now, and will keep you posted!

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SOURCE: cd player does not work

The CD spins while the laser tries to focus on the disc, and that's how it knows a CD is in. It's not detecting the disc and so the CD stops. This could be simply dirt on the laser lens, and you could try using a cotton swab to gently wipe it off. If that doesn't take care of it, the laser assembly needs to be replaced. This unit cost about $200 or more if I recall, so it might be worth getting a repair estimate. If this were a typical cheap boombox it would be better to replace it.

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SOURCE: CD player ate a CD!!

I fixed the same issue by forcibly pulling individual trays to their open position.  I removed the casing to gain better access (tons of screws) but you can probably gain clear access to the shelfs without removing the casing if you have good needlenose plyers.  I found a stuck CD within one of shelfs, wedged WITHIN the moving components of the shelf.  It works perfectly now.  

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How do I turn off the alarm on the model #7-4837D


To silence the alarm momentarily

Press SNOOZE. The alarm will sound again when the snooze period is over.

To stop the alarm

Press ON/OFF. Then, the alarm will be on the following day at the same time.

To disable the alarm permanently
1. Press CANCEL button
2. The WAKE indicator will be flashing.
3. Press WAKE MODE button within 3 seconds
to deactivate the alarm function permanently.


http://manualzz.com/doc/2137875/ge-7-4837-clock-radio

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I purchased an RCA Radio/CD player, with the manual showing the numbers RP5605 and RP5605R on it. However, I cannot set the clock, alarm, etc. because everything in the manual's instructions is NOT in


To use the worry-free backup battery, get a 9V battery. Then look for the battery compartment on the bottom of the unit. Press the tab with your thumb and then lift the cover out and away. Plug in the battery and then replace the cover.

Press Wake Time once and use the forward/reverse buttons to set the alarm time. Then press Wake Mode repeatedly to toggle between the options of wake to radio, wake to CD, or wake to alarm. (Note the radio must be tuned to your desired station and a CD needs to be in the player for these to work).

The Smart Snooze means that pressing Snooze, forward, reverse, play or stop will turn off the alarm temporarily. (Pressing Off will prevent the alarm from sounding again today.)

The English version of the manual for the RP5605 clock radio is available here: http://www.voxxsupport.com/images/User%20Manuals%20-%20FAQ%27s/RP5605.pdf .

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There are several SmartSet clock Radios by Emerson. Which model do you have?

It's possible that you have alarm 1 and alarm 2 both set for weekends (if a two-alarm version). For the SmartSet radio, CKD5811, that I am used to, you can change the alarm mode between Everyday, Weekdays and Weekends. Press and hold the Alarm 1 (or Alarm 2) button then press the Alarm Mode button to toggle between the modes. Then release both buttons. If you press the Alarm 1 button, you will see the current alarm mode indicated by the indicators by the day that are lit. The Alarm Mode button is between the On/Off button and the Alarm 1 and 2 buttons on the CKD5811. Make sure that you have the Wake to Radio, Wake to Buzzer or Wake to CD slide set for the alarm in question. For Wake to Radio, set your station. For Wake to CD, make sure that the CD in the unit is one that actually plays in the unit (scratches, etc). Also check the volume (although that seems like less of a concern since it does wake you on weekends).

The manual for the CKD5811 is here:
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Set alarm clock


goto http://voxrightnow.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12057/~/operating-the-rca-rp4803-clock-radio
or follow instruction
  1. Press the SET button until WAKE 1 / WAKE 2 icon is blinking.
  2. Press REV or FWD to set the wake time. The time decrements or increments will follow by a faster rate when you press and hold either REV or FWD.
  3. After the WAKE time is set, press SET repeatedly until no icon is blinking.

Tips:

  • The unit equips with GRADU- WAKE feature, the alarm tone volume will increase gradually to its maximum in about 30 to 45 seconds.
  • If you set the SLEEP function with low volume level before going to bed, we advise using WAKE mode to wake you up since its volume will automatically increase.

Waking by Selected Source: You may be woken up by WAKE, RADIO or CD.

  1. Select an AM or FM station.
  2. Set wake time (see above directions).
  3. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to select waking up by WAKE, RADIO or CD. Corresponding indicator will be shown next to the selected setting.
  4. Adjust the volume by turning VOL.

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  1. Make sure you have inserted a CD.
  2. While holding WAKE UP CD TRACK, press REV or FWD to select your desired CD wake up track.

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products.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/og_wrcd.pdf

copy and paste the above link in your internet address bar under a new tab. It is your entire manual.
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1. Press SET repeatedly until a clock icon
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2. Press REV or FWD to set the clock
time. The time decrements or
increments will follow by a faster rate
when you press and hold the buttons.
AM or PM icon will also show beside
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3. Press SET when finished.
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This unit allows two wake times to be set.
1. Press SET repeatedly on the top of the
unit until you see WAKE 1 or WAKE 2
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2. Press REV or FWD to set the respective
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3. Press SET repeatedly until you see no
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display.
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You may be woken up by radio, CD or alarm.
1. If your desired wake source is radio or
CD:
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• Wake by CD - insert a CD in the CD
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track
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