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ONB14AV201 alarm clock with gradual wake alarm function. Radio alarm sound level will start from 0-15 within 12 to 15 second when alarm on. You can adjust the radio alarm volume by press the "ALM2/VOL?" or "ALM2/VOL+" buttons.
1. With the unit in CLOCK mode, press and hold the ALM1/VOL+ or ALM2/VOL? button. The ALARM time will begin to flash on the LED display. 2. Press the ?/HR button to adjust the alarm hour. 3. Press the ?/MIN button to adjust the alarm minute. 4. When the correct time is selected, press the ALM1/VOL+ or ALM2/VOL? button to confirm. 5. Press the ALM1/VOL+ or ALM2/VOL? button to select the ALARM sound mode - buzzer or currently set radio station. The alarm buzzer or radio indicator will light up.
I have just spent quite a while figuring this out. With the alarm/radio in the office state (just with the time and no radio or buzzer on) if you press the vol - alarm 1 button briefly it will flick through the current settings of the alarm 1. Whilst it is doing this press the vol - alarm 1 again and this turns alarm 1 off (the al1 light on the left of the time display should turn off to confirm that it has worked). For alarm 2 repeat the above steps but using the vol+ alarm 2 button. I had to share this as I could not find any answer or a manual on line.
I couldn't find the information for your particular model, but I did figure out the general procedure for Memorex alarm clocks currently in production:
Make sure power is turned off (no radio or whatever playing). Press the Time Set button (on some models, this is the Skip Search Back button for an iPod docked in the unit).
When the display blinks (on one model, the volume control knob lights up), press the Hour button (Vol. -) to set the hour, then press the Minutes button (Vol. +) to set the minutes. On the model with the light-up volume control, rotate the volume control knob to set the time.
When you have the time set, either wait 15 seconds or press the Time Set button again to start the clock.
Setting the alarm works the same way on single alarm models, but the Alarm Set button may be the Skip Search Forward button. Dual alarm models have separate Alarm A and Alarm B buttons.
This realy sounds like a fuel problem filter or the pump you are getting to many codes at once and all of these sensor can,t be going bad at the same time Looking at the random misfire and the fuel trim issues map and air charge all at the same time is unlikely The olny other thing you may wan,t to check is the crankshaft pisition sensor but aren,t getting that code so im thinking fuel delevery good luck
For the Canon Pixma MP220, I kept getting a message saying "Col Ink Vol Unknown" after refilling and replacing a cartridge. After reading some of the other responses it appears as though Canon cartridges contain internal chips that prevent you from using them after they have been refilled. However, I tried a few things and this is what worked for me.
1. Insert your refilled Canon cartridge like normal, close the lid.
2. The Error message "Col Ink Vol Unknown" should still appear.
3. Use the "Menu" button to scroll to "Maintenance" (press "Menu" 8 times to find it), then press "OK" to conduct a "Nozzle Check" and a coloured test will print out.
4. The Error message will still appear but you will be able to print using colour AND with black and white. For some silly reason the Canon Pixma MP220 won't print using black and white if there is no coloured ink...
go to "market" download "audio manager" or"volume control" apps, they will give you a shortcut on the screeen and you can change volume for lots of stuff(ex:system vol,ringer vol, notif vol, media vol, alarm vol, in-call vol, etc.) good luck