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there are 3 buttons just above the above the LCD clock - Alarm Set, Radio, and Buzzer. When you press the Radio button you will see the word "radio" appear/disappear just below the time with each press of the button. You want to press this button to make the word "Radio" disappear. The same is true for the Buzzer button. Press the Buzzer button so that the word "Buzzer" does NOT appear below the time. If you do not see the word Buzzer or Radio below the time, then the Radio Alarm and the Buzzer Alarm are both OFF and will not sound.
This is easy, hold down "mode" until the alarm time flashes, then press "mode" again, it will cycle through a menu, there is an "on" option to turn on the ipod at a certain time, you select "on" then press mode again, it will cycle to the next menu, set the time you want the ipod to turn on, press menu again, then you can select the "ipod off" time, I keep that option off as I want the ipod to stay on until I turn it off. Now you have set the ipod to turn on at whatever time you want. Turn off that terrible buzzer alarm. The confusing thing is the imini has to different alarm modes, not one alarm mode with two alarm sound options like most everything else.
Just push the button marked radio, sound or buzzer on the front right side of the face or panel - when you see radio, sound or buzzer light up on the screen alarm is on (to whichever you set it - radio sound or buzzer- if you push the button again it will go off. Took me a while to figure that one out too!
When you set the alarm you pressed aburron that said 'radio' and/or 'buzzer' then programmed the time. Just press the buttons again and the alarm will no longer sound. Looking at the dial at the top of the lcd screen you will see the word buzzser or radfio if the alarm is enabled. Pressing buzzer or radio on the side will remove the word and no more alarm!!
I lost my manual also so had to resort to relentless trial
The problem with the alarm is that it is too easy to turn it
The 1 and 2 buttons on top of the
unit with the alarm clock symbol turn each alarm on or off.Your only cue is on the display in the top
line of the display which will have a bell followed by “RADIO” or “SOUNDS”, if the alarm is armed.If you see this symbol and want to disarm the
alarm, press the 1 or 2 alarm button according to which alarm was on the
display.It’s just as easy to turn the
alarm back on either deliberately or accidently
Enter Alarm Setting mode by holding the 1 or 2 alarm button
for about 2 seconds.
Display will flash – in this mode you will be able to do the
Date Set Button – changes between
Arrow Buttons – adjust the time
Alarm 1 (Radio):
Mode Button – changes between
1-6 Buttons-- changes between stations
Alarm 2 (Sounds):
Mode Button – changes between SD1/SD2/SD3/SD4/Buzzer
If you don’t change any settings
for about 5 seconds the unit exits the alarm setting mode.
Timex already has your money so I guess they are not motivated
to publish their manual.