Question about RCA RP-3765 Clock Radio
Need information on battery operation
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The instruction manual will not help you, because it doesn't address this problem head on. You're having this problem because the time changed, and the clock has an automatic setting. As long as the batteries are in the clock and it's plugged up, it automatically computes the time. I just discovered the solution. Unplug the clock, take out the batteries and WAIT about an hour. Plug it back up, and the time will flash, allowing you to change the time. You do this with the button on the top back which says wake up 1 and wake up 2. Push that button all the way to the right to the setting that looks like a little clock, then press the forward button on the top of the clock to set the correct time. Then put your batteries in and you're good to go! (til the time changes again:) Good luck!
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
The following link on RCA.com is for a 5420 - parhaps the 5420a that you mention is similar...
The link http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/select.aspx?u=manual
gives a list of models - but RP5420a is not among the, but I hope the one i sent is helpful.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Press and hold Mode for a couple of seconds. The musical note or the alarm will flash for a few seconds and then go off.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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There is a long life lithium battery installed in this clock radio when you buy it.
This battery can maintain the time and alarm settings for 3 to 5 years, or even
longer, so there is no need to pay for a new 9-volt battery every 6 months, as
is recommended in other clock radios with normal battery back up.
But if this lithium battery has gone down [ in terms of voltage]; the display 'L" will be there. It means that, it is time to replace this backup battery. It will be of disc type, usually used as bios setting storage, used in computers. OK.
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