Question about Sharper Image SI686 Clock Radio
I have the clock on buzz but i would like it to play the cd when the alarm goes off. i used to have it set but i changed by accident but i lost the manual. can anyone help me. please
From the manual (miraculously, I still have it)...
To switch the alarm sound between buzzer, church bells, radio or CD, press MODE one time, and then press REPORT.
If CD is selected, press TUNING up (>>+) or down (-<<) to select desired wake-up track.
When alarm sounds, press ALM ON/OFF to silence alarm and reset it for the next day.
To postpone the alarm once it sounds, press SNOOZE/LIGHT. Each press of this button will add 10 minutes to the postponement time. (Pressing three times will give you a 30-minute delay).
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Man I keep forgetting how to get the alarm off buzzer (which I HATE and would rather get up late than wake with a start and my heart in my throat). I recently moved and I guess the default is buzzer. THANKS THANKS!!! My nerves thank-you again and again!
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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