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If anyone still has one of these, and is struggling to set the alarm, try this:
For setting the alarm
Press the menu button. Press right arrow button 5 times until you get 'clock' then press select.
You'll see 'set alarm,' press select button again to say yes.
You'll see a display with all the current settings: Alarm 1, the current alarm time and whether it's set for Daily or Once. Pressing the right arrow now advances the hours, the select button moves you on to the minutes, set these with the arrow buttons too.
Select button now moves you to 'Daily' or 'Once' - again you change this with the arrows. Select button moves you on to choose Radio or buzzer (again, you change this with the left/right arrows and press select for your choice).
All settings are done, you can power off now, or I think pressing menu took me out of settings mode and back to radio display.
Turning the alarm on or off:
Press menu, then right arrow 5 times for 'clock.'
Select this and you'll see 'set alarm' - press right arrow button once and you get 'Alarm On/Off.
Now every time you press select, the bell symbol toggles from visible to invisible, visible being 'on.'
You can now press menu to get out of the settings mode.
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There are two alarms, and the steps are the same. Make sure both are off.
For Wake 1 alarm.
1.Look on the face. One the left are two symbols, a 'bell' and a 'music note'.
2. Press the 'Wake 1' button on top, several times. Notice how the green circle on the left of the face switches back and forth between bell to music note.
3. HOLD DOWN WAKE 1 BUTTON, until both lights are off.
The Wake 1 alarm is now off.
Wake 2 alarm:
Look at green circles on the right side of the face. HOLD DOWN WAKE 2 BUTTON until both circles are unlit.
The Wake 2 alarm is now off.
Get a piece of paper, write "HOLD DOWN WAKE BUTTON to stop repeating alarm" and tape it to the back of the clock.
to set the alarm, press and release the "alarm" button; then press and hold the "set" button until the hour begins to blink. press "adv" until the hour AM or PM is correct;now press and release "mode" so that the minutes begin to blink. Set the minutes using "adv"; now press and release "set". Finally, press and release "adv" once to bring up (or remove) the alarm icon. Then press"alarm" once to return to the main display.
To set main display, press and hold "set" until the hour begins to blink; press "adv" repeatedly until hour AM or PM is correct. Now press "mode" so that the minutes blink, and use "adv" to get the minutes right; then press "mode" so that the next item begins to blink; use "adv" to advance until it is correct, then press "mode" so that the next item blinks, and so forth until you're all done. Finally, press and release "set".
i had the same problem. i reset the alarm to go off immediately, then dismissed the alarm. i also reset the default theme. the clock came back to the external display and the daily alarm message went away!