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How to turn off the clock alarm on a GE CD clock Dual Wake Model #7-4801A

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"Press and hold WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 until the green indicator disappears."

I did this and the light indicator to the right of the clock digital readout went out after a few seconds. I won't know until tomorrow if the alarm is permanently disabled.

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