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How to set presets on nelsonic clock radio nlc 618

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To set this alarm first ensure that when you press the Mode button several times the FM/AM radio does not turn on . If the FM or AM radio does turn on or the lcd displays "AU" press the Power button that is next to the Mode button 1 time (pressing the Power button toggles you between 2 settings). You should now be able to press the Mode button at least 3 times without the FM/AM Radio turning on.

Next you press and hold the Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 button and (while continuing to hold down one of the Alarm buttons) press the Hour or Min buttons to set the time of whichever alarm button you are holding down.

When you have the alarm time set you can release the Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 button and press the same button (do not hold the button down this time) to cycle between the types of alarms you can use. You will see the blue circle indicator move between Buzz and Radio when pressing the buttons (Blue circle on left side is for Alarm 1 and blue circle on right side is for Alarm 2). There is a third option as well but I'm not sure what the alarms will do if you set them to it because the blue circle indicator disappears entirely after cycling to Buzz and then Radio.

Hope that helps!

Posted on Nov 20, 2015

  • lilly finch
    lilly finch Feb 09, 2016

    thanks when i bought the alarm clock i did not know how to work it

  • Brady Peterson
    Brady Peterson Feb 10, 2016

    Yeah I got mine from a friend and was like....wow is this unnecessarily complicated or what? lol. Glad to help.

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