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Setting Time I am unable to set the time/alarm on this "Dual Alarm Clock". Can somebody PLEEEEZ help me?

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  • ChanelD Feb 24, 2008

    I am so sorry. I thought I included it. GE Dual Alarm Clock 7-4801A.

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    panosonic rc cd350d clock raido can not get alarm working

  • dknewf Feb 27, 2008

    I can't set the alarm.

  • ChanelD Mar 06, 2008

    There must be a defect with this particular "thing" that occupies space on the nightstand. I still am unable to even set the time. No matter what I do, it continues to flash. Multiple family members have tried and failed also. I give up, taking it back. Thanks for the help

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2008

    can't set the time

  • snikwad Jun 10, 2008

    someone gave me this clock Sony ICF-CD843V Clock Radio i can not figure out how to set the alarm . Please help

  • Anonymous Jun 11, 2008

    No matter what buttons I push in what order, I can't get the time set to AM (if it's AM) or PM (if it's PM) after we had a power outage. It just keeps flashing which is driving me nuts as it's on my desk in eye sight of my monitors. I can't figure out how to turn the alarms off either (or on for that matter although they keep going off). I just need instructions on how to work this evil piece of machinery. Is there anywhere on the internet I can print off a set of instructions that go to this model? Thank you!

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels May 11, 2010

    would be helpful to have the model number, Chanel..

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Alarm goes off at same time. How do I disable it

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Ok..here it is, right from Fixya's manual pages..

click here

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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Press "set" until the colon flashes, press and hold ">>" until time is what you want. Found it in the manual IB4G2008 gave you. It certainly helped me set the time on this clock.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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Dont't Touch Anything. Just Set the Time. No Blinking, No Set Mode. Just Set the Time.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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