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In normal time mode press S, hold it, then then press D to activate (or press D again to deactivate) the alarm. You will see the symbol of Bell (above the seconds) appear (when alarm is activated) and the bell symbol will disappear (when the alarm is deactivated). Now if you FIRST press and hold D and then press S it will do the same thing (activate or deactivate the alarm). So D then S, or S then D will do the same thing for activation or deactivation of the alarm. BUT, IF YOU HEAR A BEEP (chime) SOUND when you activate or deactivate the alarm, then you actually ALSO ACTIVATED THE HOURLY CHIME!
BUT if you DO NOT HEAR THE BEEP (chime) when you activate or deactivate the alarm, then the Hourly Chime is OFF!
So (in normal time mode) try it both ways: first holding D and then pressing S, or first holding S and then pressing D (one of these will activate or deactivate the alarm WITHOUT MAKING A BEEP (chime) sound - USE THAT SEQUENCE TO DEACTIVATE THE HOURLY CHIME.
I hope this is helpful!
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.)
Use your manual to identify the fuse for the alarm, then deactivate the alarm and put the key in the ACC position and remove the fuse. This does not always work, so i am posting it as a clarification request.
1. In idle mode, tap 'Menu' then tap 'Alarms'. 2. Tap the alarm you wish to deactivate. 3. Tap again to enter the alarm settings. 3. Tap 'Alarm activation' to highlight, then tap again to select to 'Off' 4. Tap 'Save'.