Turn on. Set volume to 00. Press & hold the volume knob for about 10 sec., until you hear a beep. Then turn volume up to the maximum that you would ever want, and then press the volume button again. It is now set.
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It sounds like your radio has had its hospitality mode activated. The hospitality mode is a mode which is often used by hotels or similar establishments, who wish to set a maximum volume limit on the radio. To remove this volume limiter follow the steps below. Turn the unit on
Turn the volume down to minimum, 00, volume
Press and hold power for 10 seconds until volume numbers flash
Turn the volume back up to 50 (max volume)
Press power again to verify new max volume position
This clock is supposed to have an automatically "increasing" volume feature (starts off low, gets louder over a minute or so).
If not sufficient, look on the top right side of the clock, there should be an up/down volume control. It is a black oval-shaped button with a picture of a sound speaker in the middle. Push it upward to increase volume and downward to decrease volume. Unfortunately, you have to have a flashlight or light on to see it because none of the controls are illuminated.
I've got the same problem. All other functionality is fine, however I can't turn the unit off once I've turned it on. I can use the power button to adjust volume, just not turn it off, so I have to unplug it to get it to turn off.
Hi, When you change the Aux turn the radio off. Then turn it back on. As for the static move the radio to another plug or to a different room. If you have floresecent lighting it may do that too.
The cord acts like an antenna so don't bundle the cord. Good luck.
Turn the main (volume) knob all the way until volume reads 00, leave the button (volume) pressed until the radio beeps - be patient it takes a while - after this turn the knob all the way or until you reach an acceptable volume limit, push the knob again until beep then turn radio off. This should take care of the problem.
Sorry it took so long to give you some help.This is a problem with intermittent component failure in the volume control circuit.This problem will have to serviced by a service center. They will have all the correct service information and parts to do the repair. The Emerson Customer support Telephone number is 1-800-909-1240 between the hour of 8am-4:30pm CT. Give them the make and model number of your Clock/Radio. They will be able to tell you how to get the volume control repaired. I hope this information help you with your problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day.
sounds like a loose cable from the control bard to , some one will have to open up to fix, i recommend bose do that for you,
as for fm volume, the same could be the cause as the fm antenna coudl be disconnected, ( are you using an external FM antenna ?)