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Under the heading ALARM are 3 buttons. One says RADIO, one says CD, and one says NATURE. If any of these buttons are selected, the alarm will go off. So make sure none are selected, and the alarm won't sound.
Push the SET WAKE/TIME button on the far right of all the buttons - it's the button closest to the CD player. Push it until the 1 or 2 show up on the display - whichever one you want to use. The push the CD player's forward button - the one with the two right-facing arrows - until the time you want to wake up shows up in the display. That's it. To turn the alarm off, push the WAKE CANCEL button, below the set wake/time button, the push the 1 or 2 button, depending on which alarm you want to turn off. The display will show OFF in the alarm you chose.
Press the Cancel button. While the wake mode LED is blinking (either alarm or radio) press the Wake Mode button. The wake mode LED should now be off. To turn off the Nap function before the alarm sounds, press and hold the Nap button for 3-5 seconds. The Nap LED should stop blinking and be off.
The 'mazda' setting is supposed to look like an analog clock, and that's for setting the time. The key position puts the clock in operating mode, as opposed to clock set or alarm set modes.
I've only had the clock for a day, but if you want the alarms to shut off and alarm again the next day, use the OFF switch on the top right of the unit. If you want to disable the alarms completely, use the 1 and 2 buttons behind the OFF switch to cycle each alarm through the settings: none, bell, music (radio)