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Re: I have a bose clock radio and somehow I got both...
Http://products.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/og_wrcd.pdf follow this link to view the user manual for your radio and it includes all the instructions. refer to p. 20 of the manual for alarm setting instructions. If you are still having issue you may need to contact bose as your unit may be in need of repair. Thank you, Lee
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Press the Alarm button. The weekday alarm symbol will appear. Then press and hold the Alarm button for 2 seconds to enter the set mode (the hour will blink). Use the up/down buttons to choose the hour for the alarm (note the A.M./P.M. if in 12 hour mode). Press Alarm again and the minute will blink. Again use the up/down arrows to set the desired time. Press Alarm once more to exit the set mode.
To activate or deactivate the alarm, press the Alarm button until the weekday alarm icon appears. Then use the up/down arrows to activate or deactivate the alarm. When the alarm is set and active, the time will show. If the alarm has been deactivated, then dashes will appear instead of the time.
The single alarm is set and checked similarly.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I suspect that the weekday alarm icon continues to display when the alarm is active.)
I found the answer on the Bose website in the manual for the radio. While the radio is on, hold down Alarm Setup and preset 1 at the same time. That will set it so the clock displays. If you do the same thing but hold down preset button 2, that will display the radio info all the time.
use the selector switch on the top, switch it to wake 1 or wake 2. set the time that you want that alarm to go off. then push the switch all the way back to the left to deactivate it. then to activate the alarm, use the buttons on top labeled wake 1 or wake 2 to turn the desired alarm on. pushing that button repeatedly will cycle the alarm to either beep, radio, or it will turn that alarm off.
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.
if the radio alarm is still showing the nonexistent 98.5, you would need to reset the radio alarm. Press and hold button 1 (top left hand side) until the display starts blinking. Then press the preset button for 98.1. It should then display 98.1 on your radio alarm.
good luck this is the most difficult set of instructions I've seen yet