Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have just spent quite a while figuring this out. With the alarm/radio in the office state (just with the time and no radio or buzzer on) if you press the vol - alarm 1 button briefly it will flick through the current settings of the alarm 1. Whilst it is doing this press the vol - alarm 1 again and this turns alarm 1 off (the al1 light on the left of the time display should turn off to confirm that it has worked). For alarm 2 repeat the above steps but using the vol+ alarm 2 button. I had to share this as I could not find any answer or a manual on line.
Posted on Mar 15, 2015
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