With the unit turned off press memory once and the hour digits flash.
Press the cd ship |<< or >>| buttons to adjust the hour.
Press memory again and the minute digits flash
Press the cd ship |<< or >>| buttons to adjust the minutes
press memory once more. the display stops flashing and the clock has been set.
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IT IS SLEEP MODE AND YOU HAVENT SET ANY DEVICES TO WAKE IT UP.JUST FIGURE OUT HOWE TO SET DEVICES TO WAKE FROM SLEEP OR CHANGE SLEEP TO ANOTHER SETTING .JUST GOOGLE IT AND YOU WILL FIND THE ANSWER YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.
The following instructions are for the Emerson EWC1303/1903 tv/vcr. That's the closest match I could find to the Spongebob Squarepants 13' TV If it's actually in Sleep mode, do the following:
TO CANCEL THE SLEEP TIMER Press the WAKE UP/SLEEP button on the remote control until “SLEEP TIMER” appears. To view the time left for sleep timer press the WAKE UP/SLEEP button twice, then press the MENU button on the remote control to exit the sleep timer setting
If unsuccessful, try unplugging the TV for 1/2 hour, then plug it in and try turning it back on either manually or with the remote. Either of these should solve your problem. Best of luck to you!
Like everyone else here I have accidentally hit the NAP button and couldn't turn it off. This morning at 2am I accidentally hit it with my husband in bed. I decided one and for all to guide this out. By flashlight and my cell phone i Googled a solution. I came across many, none of which worked. I resorted to trying methods that were posted for other models of this brand of clocks. The solution that I found that worked was to hold down the back part of the NAP button until the seat the time displayed and the nap light off. By back part of the button I mean hold down the tiny section closest to the rear of the clock. I got this solution from instructions for model RP3721A clock. It took me 17 minutes.That's just 3 minutes before the alarm would have gone off.
I did not find my manual, but this worked for me. Set the clock to be a 24 hour clock by pressing and holding the Memory/Clock Adj button. The display will show 24h or 12h. Use the fast forward button to change from 12h to 24h. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again and use the fast or reverse forward buttons to change the time to read, for example, 13:00 instead of 1:00 if the time is 1pm. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again to set the minutes.When you are done setting the time, press and hold the Timer/Sleep button. Either a time or "0:00" will appear in the display with the word "TIMER" flashing above it. Quickly press and hold the Memory/Clock Adj button until the first digit in the time starts flashing. Set the hour that you wish the alarm to sound using the fast or reverse forward buttons, just like you do for setting the time. Press the Memory/Clock Adj button again to set the minutes, and one more time to finish. The word "TIMER" will stop flashing and go solid, and the display will return to the time of day. When the alarm sounds, you can hit Snooze which will give you 5 more minutes, or you can turn the Clock Radio off. Pressing the Timer/Sleep button again will turn off the timer (alarm) and pressing and holding it again after that will turn it back on.
First - turn off stereo(standby mode)
To set "timer" start and stop times, simply press the "Mode/Remain" button until the Timer's "On" or "Off" is selected. Then proceed to the following instructions.
To set clock, press "Memory" then "CD - Tuner - Skip" arrows to set hours. Press "Memory" again to set minutes, and again to finish.