Question about GE 74801 Clock Radio
Press the SET button until you cycle through the alarms and the Colons on the time start to flash. use the right and left arrows from the CD buttons to adjust time; After time is set; press the SET button. Be careful to not fat finger and hit the CD button when pressing the SET buttons. That will turn on the AWFUL NAP timer. That's another headache.
. Stop the Nap alarm Press NAP to start NAP flashing. Press and hold NAP to cancel the nap setting. If this does not work; try again. It seems to take me a time or 2 to get it to work.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I've just realized that it seems complicated because we are used to seeing the numbers flash to indicate that we can change them; however, with this clock, it does not work that way.
Also, you do not need to hold the SET button down.
To set the CLOCK ...
Press SET three (3) times ... it will display the wrong time and the colon will flash - just press the FF or RR to set the time and you can press and hold down FF or RR to move ahead or back faster. Then press SET to store the new time. And you are done!
To set the ALARMS ...
Press SET once ... it will display wake 1 time and just press the FF or RR to set the time. Press either CANCEL once or SET 3 times to exit.
Press SET twice ... it will display wake 2 time and just press the FF or RR to set the time. Press either CANCEL once or SET 2 times to exit.
Enjoy your clock!
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
To set your clock back 1 hour you must click the time change (up or down buttons) 60 times -- which is one hour.
EXAMPLE: The clock does not change from 3:46 to 2:46 without you pressing the Minutes button 60 times after the time started flashing. The minutes will change the hour to the next lower hour after you have "deducted" a full 60 minutes. Or, the minutes will increase the hour to the next higher hour if you add 60 minutes to your pre-set time. You add or deduct minutes to change the pre-set hour.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
From LouToYou regarding the Timex T301B clock/radio/alarm: I wrote an email to the Timex company and they wrote back saying:
We apologize but there is no patch available. Consumers must change clocks.
Due to newly enacted government regulations, effective this year you must change the time manually, since the calendar was programmed to change according to the time DST issued by the government, it will not recognize the change after 2007. Now the time must be changed 4 times.
Press & hold the time set button until the time flash, then release it and press the ff >> or << rev buttons.
So, manually hold down the Time Set button until the time flashes (this takes some time -- mess around with it). Then use the up and down arrows just above the Time Set button to set the the clock to the correct time. Be sure to have the correct time zone set first. Hey, it worked for me!!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
How can i change the time on my bose awrcci, the time change i dont know how set up
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
I found a solution to my Bose no feature for time adjustment: I wake up "earlier" one hour! This way, I am not in late for work for 1 hr! I wish they could have send the instructions with the machine...especially since they are not quite easy to replace financially speaking...
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First, make sure the time is set correctly – Eastern Standard Time (EST) is the default
Press the Alarm Mode button – it has options for Weekend, meaning Sat and Sun only; Weekdays (Mon-Fri), and Everyday
While holding either the ALM 1 or ALM 2 button, press up or down to set the correct wake-up time
Release ALM 1 (or 2) when you are finished
Here is a link to the manual:
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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