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Lost the directions for my wesco dalek alarm clock! How do I set time and alarm?

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SOURCE: Set Clock

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.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Setting Time

ok..here it is, right from Fixya's manual pages..

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Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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SOURCE: setting time and alarm clock for timex nature sounds clock

Hold the time set key in until the time flashes. Now let it go and use the tuning forward and back keys to set the time. I had the same problem because I continued to hold the timeSet button down while trying to adjust it. If you do, the forward/back keys have no effect.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: GE Model 7-4837B

press the Cancel button located on the top of the alarm clock (the light next to the wake mode indicator on the front of the clock should start flashing). Then press the WAKE Mode button on the top of the device. The wake mode indicator on the front should now be off and the alarm deactivated.

To turn the alarm back on, simply press the WAKE Mode button on the top of the device.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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SOURCE: operating instructions for timex t311t radio/alarm clock

You can acces a PDF file of the manual at the following site: http://timexaudio.com/media/uploads/product/files/T311IB57574_35.pdf

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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2. While the time is flashing press the HOUR button until you reach the correct hour. Then
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Hello, hope this one can help you out...

Object of the Game:


After the latest battle with the Daleks, the TARDIS is malfunctioning badly and needs vital repair. Race through space and time collecting each of the following 6 TARDIS Repair Component Cards which are needed to mend your faithful time travelling machine.


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  • (Space Station flying out of square) Trading Space Port - when you land on this square you must immediately travel to the Space Port orbiting that Time Zone. Once there you must trade TARDIS Repair Cards with any other player of your choosing. To initiate a trade, announce which player you wish to trade with and then each player spins the spinner. The one with the highest number on the outer dial can take any TARDIS repair component Card from the loser. As each player keeps their cards face down, you will have to use your memory (or any extra sensory powers you may have) to work out which card would be useful to you. Note: you must have at least one TARDIS Repair Component Card to be allowed to initiate a trade at a Space Port. After trading, return your playing piece to the outer ring ready to continue on your next turn.


  • (Yellow/Orange shapes) Mystery Planets - when landing on one of these spaces, push and release the flashing blue light on top of the TARDIS. This will initiate a random sound effect which signifies different actions that you will then have to perform. See the Sound Effect Chart at the end. Beware as these mystery planets could also hide actions for the Daleks. Note: If you need to repeat the last sound effect, simply push and hold the flashing light for 3 seconds.


  • Black Hole - At certain points in the game you may be caught in the grip of a Black Hole. You must move your playing piece to this section of the board immediately and must stay for 2 turns or until you spin a 6 on what would be your turn. Once you are released from the Black Hole, you must journey back to your home Time Zone square.

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