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GE profile microwave keeps alarming "reminder"


test this steps and fix it. God bless you


  1. Controller is confusedA power surge or random non-reproducible action of the universe may have resulted in the controller's program ending up in an infinite loop. Pull the plug for a minute or two to reset it.
  2. Defective Interlock switchesThis can result in the controller thinking the door is open and ignoring you.
  3. CleaningCleaning solutions (spray cleaner) may have gotten inside and shorted out the touchpad or controller. If this happens remove the touchpad, let it air dry for a few days, and then attach it back on the microwave.

Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/repair-help/microwave-repair-help.html#4#ixzz2ZpM2PvPs
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Jul 22, 2013 | GE Microwave Ovens

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Eaton Home Heartbeat Reminder Sensor Description


The Reminder Sensor can be used as a "reminder alarm clock". Choosefrom one of 29 preset alert messages and a time interval and theReminder Sensor will do the rest. Click the sensor to start the timer.Then when the time is up, you'll get a reminder alert. Then simplyclick the sensor again to restart your timer.

Important Note: Use of this product requires the purchase of the HOMEheartbeat Starter Pack


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on Jan 03, 2009 | Eaton Home Heartbeat Reminder Sensor

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GE Spacesave microwave won't work. Display says REM. What does that mean?


"REM" is "reminder". That's covered in your owner's manual.

Here's a sample:

"The Reminder feature can
be used like an alarm clock
and can be used at any
time, even when the oven
is operating. The
Reminder time can be set
up to 24 hours later.
1 Press REMINDER.
2 Enter the time you want
the oven to remind you.
(Be sure the microwave
clock shows the correct
time of day.)
3 Select AM or PM.
4 Press REMINDER. When
Reminder signal occurs,
press REMINDER to turn
it off. The Reminder
time may be displayed by
pressing REMINDER.
NOTE: The REM indicator
will remain lit to show that
the Reminder is set. To
clear the Reminder before
it occurs, press
REMINDER, then 0. The
REM indicator will no
longer be lit."

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Jan 27, 2011 | GE Microwave Ovens

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My htc touch reminders won't sound. The general alarm works but not the reminder alarms in the calendar, texts, e-mail, missed calls etc all sound, just not the calendar reminders


From what I have already experienced so far, some WM6 builds seem to be prone to have their notifications queue messed up.
Google for 'checknotifications_arm.cab', intall it on your device, and tap on 'Options > Settings...', tick both checkboxes there. Tap ok,' and 'Clear', at the top of the application's screen. Your notifications queue will be free of garbage, now.
Then, go to your Calendar application, choose a day which has the next events with notifications (reminders), Edit each one of them twice: one to delete the Reminder settings, and another one to reset them (you'll notice that at the 2nd edititing action for each event, the Reminder settings will be shown as they were, prior to their deletion - less work to be done!). This will set Calendar entries in the notifications queue.
Your reminders should work from now on.
Hope you are able to sort your problems out.
Cheers! Carlos

Apr 12, 2010 | HTC Touch P3450 Smartphone

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Need a alarm clocl on it or were is it?


Try using Datebook, it isn't exactly an alarm but you can program reminders and apply them daily, work days, multimple days (allowing you to choose which days you want to be reminded), weekly, day per month, or even yearly.

Apr 19, 2009 | Motorola Mobility I335 Cellular Phone

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Alarm clock


Try using Datebook, it isn't exactly an alarm but you can program reminders and apply them daily, work days, multimple days (allowing you to choose which days you want to be reminded), weekly, day per month, or even yearly.

Mar 25, 2009 | Motorola Mobility I335 Cellular Phone

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Razr V3 Alarm Will Not Shut Off


My Razr V3m also has this issue. One way to shut the alarm off is (1) make a call to your cell from another phone. (2) Disconnect the call from the other phone without picking up (3) You should see two events on your cell - one for missed call and the other for alarm. (4) Delete the alarm event first and then the missed call.
Drawback for this solution is you need access to another phone...everytime :-(
Sometimes, I am able to shut the alarm successfully without any problem

Aug 22, 2008 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Calendar reminder or alarm


no they wont, system is shut, hardly any activity is in action

Feb 08, 2008 | T-Mobile Sidekick® 3 Cellular Phone

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How to set an alarm for a date in the future


When you set it,
did you tick the little box that says ALARM ??

Feb 06, 2008 | Samsung SGH-U600

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Is an audible alarm software available?


I'm not sure of the HX4705's capabilities to sound multiple alarms, but I have downloaded a free alarm program called Wolfclock to my iPaq rz3715 which I use for the exact same reasons (meetings, wake up, take medication...) Try this link: http://www.pocketpcfreewares.com/en/index.php?soft=1045

Sep 14, 2005 | HP iPAQ HX4705 Pocket PC

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