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If your radio is powered by batteries, try changing the batteries. If your battery needs to be charged, try that too. If your radio is powered by an alternating current (AC) cable, make sure the plug is plugged into the outlet correctly and that the outlet is not deteriorated. If the outlet that you're plugging the radio into is controlled by a switch, make sure that switch is turned on. If all of that doesn't work, it may be that the batteries contacts are deteriorated or a cold solder joint is causing bad contact with the power supply.
Had to repeat depressing the 'Reset' button at least 4 times before the set would come on. This may have been due to fact that the unit had not been used in almost a year. Also found that the set was shutting down when the status of the battery charge was checked. This was most likely caused by two defective batteries. Put in a new set of 4 rechargeable batteries and unit is now working fine.
First, make sure the batteries are good and capable of being recharged. Before setting the time, depress the 'Reset' then set the time. If set does not come on when the On-Off button is pushed or comes on and immediately turns off - depress the 'Reset' button a couple of times and then reset the clock and try the On-Off button again.