To set the clock you press and hold the MEM/CLKADJ until it blinks the 12Hr and then press the MEM/CLKADJ again, then it should get allow you to set the clock, use the arrows to change the time. I do not know how to set the alarm time. i know the "timer" button turns it on and off, but i cannot figure out how to set a time. please help.
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You will need to check the swith that change from Tape to CD to other functions. If the switch is good. Then the next thing is to check for tape function. Can you try to fast forward, reverse. If these functions are working properly then the pinch roller ( the little wheel that is pulling the tape need to be replaced). If nothing moves then you need to replace the belt and the wheel and possible the motor at the same time
When's the last time you cleaned the heads AND capstan? (Google it) Look at the edges of your tapes. Any irregularities will show up as warble or dropouts on the left channel. Also treat and store the tapes like you want them to last forever. It's pretty much covered on the cardboard insert that comes with a blank tape.
One way to make sure it's set correctly is to
temporarily change it to 24 hour format.
Press and hold ADJ until the display says 24 H
Setup your alarms
When finished Press and hold ADJ to switch back to 12 H format.
The most common problem with these is slipping belts. While a relatively simple repair for an experienced shop, these are a little tricky to repair for the first time. The belts shouldn't cost more than $6 total (I think there are 3 in this unit).
I'm afraid I don't have a manual, but I could walk you through the steps...
1. Press the clock/sleep/timer button twice.
2. Press enter button.
3. Turn dial to set hour for alarm to start.
4. Press enter button.
5. Turn dial to set minute for alarm to start.
6. Press enter button.
7. Turn dial to set hour for alarm auto-shut off.
8. Press enter button.
9. Turn dial to set minute for alarm auto-shut off.
10. Press enter button.
11. Turn dial to select either Radio or CD alarm setting.
12. Press enter button.
13. Turn dial to adjust volume of alarm.
14. Press enter button.
15. Press standby button. Alarm is set.
I hope this helps! Best of luck finding a manual if you still need one. :)
Not sure how much you are familiar with replacing boards or transformers but, if you have never done this before - i would suggest not to. Walmart sells the Durabrand's and yours is currently going for about $20. The thermal fuse itself will probably be around $2-$5 and the transformer probably around if you find it at an electrical store or if you order it online then pay S&H along with the installation time, you pretty much will come out even (unless of course you are an electrician or have some sort of tech background). Also the surge may have also created other issues along with the transformer and you may have to spend additional money. Lightning hit our house and blewout a transistor on my TV board - i knew I could replace it, but instead went out and bought a new one thinking I may have additional issues. I bought the new one and being spiteful decided to fix my TV - I was right I would have ended up paying almost $400, so I tossed it. If you are "hell bent" on fixing your radio I would suggest checking out this FAQ before you do anything - I have found it useful before and saved some change at the same:
Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with your model, but the way it is supposed to work, is when you load a CD, you will see the laser lense move up and down a few times as the laser attempts to focus on the disk, and as well you will see the spin motor spin a few times. If the spin motor is going all the time, and the driver chip has been changed, then there is either a circuit problem giving the "on" pin of the driver ic a signal to spin at all times, or the microprocessor that runs the Cd has failed and is sending signal to spin constantly. Unless this is a hugely expensive blaster, I would replace it given the type of problem you are having.
Setting the Clock Before operating the unit any further, first set the clock built in this unit. • When the unit is turned on with CD or tuner selected, press DISPLAY first to show the clock indication. 1 Press and hold PROGRAM/SET for more than 2 seconds. The hour digits start flashing on the display. 2 Press 4 or ¢ to adjust the hour, then press PROGRAM/SET. The minute digits start flashing on the display. 3 Press 4 or ¢
to adjust the minute, then press PROGRAM/SET. If there is a power failure The
clock loses the setting and is reset to “AM 12:00.” You need to set
the clock again. If the batteries are inserted in the unit, this has no
effect on the memory. To show the clock when CD or tuner is selected Press
Each time you press the button, the display changes the clock indication
and the normal indication alternately. (Operating the unit
while clock indication is displayed change the display to the normal