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ONB14AV201 alarm clock with gradual wake alarm function. Radio alarm sound level will start from 0-15 within 12 to 15 second when alarm on. You can adjust the radio alarm volume by press the "ALM2/VOL-" or "ALM2/VOL+" buttons.
The manual not mention the radio alarm sound level can be preset.
I just brought the same one at a garage sale, after a bit of fiddling around, i figured it out
To set the time:
1. Hold down the 'real' button
2. While holding it down, push down hour until you have the desired hour (if you want pm, you need to go around until the 'pm light' is on
3. While still holding down the real button, push the minute button until desired number is reached
To set the alarm:
1. Hold down the alarm button
2. Follow steps 2 and 3 of setting the time, except with the alarm button held down instead of the real button
Install batteries. Press and HOLD down alarm button. While holding down alarm button, press hour button until hour is set, then press minute button until your time is set. release alarm button and set time will be saved. Activate alarm function, by selecting band and station, pressing alarm button, and alarm indicator appears and alarm is on. The station will play when alarm time is reached.
These steps will only work while your unit is OFF. The power button is located at the top left face of the unit. How to set time? 1. With the unit OFF, press and hold down the Clock/Display/Play/Pause button for at least 5 seconds. 2. While still holding the Clock/Display/Play/Pause button, press the Hour, and then the Minute button to adjust the hour and the minute on the time. 3. After selecting the correct hour and minute time, release the Clock/Display/Play/Pause button to set the clock.
How to set the alarm? 1. With the unit OFF, press and hold down the AL1 or AL2 button for at least 5 seconds. (an alarm icon will flash on the lcd display) 2. While still holding down the AL1 or AL2 button, press the Hour and the Minute button o adjust the hour and minute on the alarm time. 3. After selecting the correct time for alarm, release the AL1 or AL2 button to set the Alarm time. 4. Press the AL1 or AL2 button consecutively to switch alarm one and alarm two between sounding to a buzzer, the currently set radio or a docked iPod.
the alarm no longer works because on every setting (off/on/radio/alarm)the radio plays. All I can do is just turn the radio volume down and use it as a clock...and phone...no alarm, no caller ID...it's a piece of trash!
Press the SET button to highlight which alarm (1 or 2) when it flashes press the function button up to 4 times to roll through the settings for which alarm you want to go off - IPOD, radio, buzzer. The fourth is OFF and OFF will start flashing. When OFF starts flashing, then stop and do not do anything for 5 seconds. Then the alarm setting of OFF will be intact. If you put on BOTH alarms, you will need to do this with alarm 2 as well. When you get back to the time if you have done it right, no alarm mode will be showing.
The Alarm is controlled by the Set button. Press Set once, then press Function to cycle through Alarm 1 functions until the display reads OFF. If needed, press Set again, and press Function until Alarm 2 also reads OFF. Press Set a third time, and you can set the main time with the Vol +/- (minutes) and the Skip (hours) buttons. Press Set a fourth time to return to normal display.
Play around with the Alarm1 button, test it every minute and when it goes off press Alarm1 again to stop it, not snooze. Then try pressing vol + as nothing is playing. Keep trying until your alarm goes off at the desired volume that you put in your Alarm1 settings