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T307S How to deactivate the alarms

I can't seem to deactivate the alarms on the clock.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2008

    I can't deactivate the alarms on my clock either.

  • Anonymous Feb 29, 2008

    I can't find out how to disable my alarm. It keeps going off while I'm doing my school. How do I disable it?

  • Anonymous May 25, 2008

    Timex made this too complex; 7-5-2, I don't think so.  The way I finally shut the alarm setting off was to unplug it, pull the battery and let it sit for awhile.      

  • lwoods111 Sep 26, 2008

    Okay, I feel better seeing it's not just me, though I wish I'd read this when I first bought this piece-of-junk alarm so I'd have known not to waste any more time on it. I have read and re-read the manual and done everything they've said step-by-step and STILL cannot get the alarms inactivated. I can only choose between everyday, M-F, or Sat/Sun. The manual is completely ridiculous. I have never had a problem programming anything like this. It's crazy! I'm thinking I must have just gotten a lemon. This one's heading to the garbage. What a waste of $$...

  • dabjcb Nov 10, 2008

    Okay, I'm not going CRAZY!!!! I'm having the same problem - I got fed up and unpluged it too.

  • nanomous Jan 25, 2009

    I am a certified genius, speak 6 languages, have 2 college degrees and work as a computer programmer and I can't figure the danged thing out either. Hmph. Should've read reviews BEFORE I bought it :X

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Timex T307S
I lost my manual also so had to resort to relentless trial and error.
The problem with the alarm is that it is too easy to turn it on.
The 1 and 2 buttons on top of the unit with the alarm clock symbol turn each alarm on or off. Your only cue is on the display in the top line of the display which will have a bell followed by “RADIO” or “SOUNDS”, if the alarm is armed. If you see this symbol and want to disarm the alarm, press the 1 or 2 alarm button according to which alarm was on the display. It’s just as easy to turn the alarm back on either deliberately or accidently
Enter Alarm Setting mode by holding the 1 or 2 alarm button for about 2 seconds.
Display will flash – in this mode you will be able to do the following
Date Set Button – changes between Everyday/Mon-Fri/Sat-Sun
Arrow Buttons – adjust the time setting
Alarm 1 (Radio):
Mode Button – changes between AM/FM1/FM2
1-6 Buttons -- changes between stations
Alarm 2 (Sounds):
Mode Button – changes between SD1/SD2/SD3/SD4/Buzzer
If you don’t change any settings for about 5 seconds the unit exits the alarm setting mode.
Timex already has your money so I guess they are not motivated to publish their manual.

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Great advice. The buttons are too sensitive. You only need to press the alarm button once to deactivate. Who knew??

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I do this thing. I just hit a button and it works. This IS the explanation, but I did manage to fix it after hitting button after button after combination of button.

First look at the little clock display. Are the alarms showing on the display?

Hit the radio alarm button. The display should go off.
Hit the sounds alarm button. The display should also go off.

This is what it did and it worked for me.

Too danged simple to be real--and NOT in the instructions which I did eventually find pictures of online :X

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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Here's a link to a photobucket album of the manual i scanned for the Timex T307R.

the pics are not pristine, but you can still read them.

http://s120.photobucket.com/albums/o188/ec1000/Timex%20Manual/

i hope this helps everybody, i know that unfortunately Timex cannot help at all by actually putting the damn manual on the internet.

peace.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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