On the back there is a loudness setting for the alarm radio, low, medium and high. This is the second one of this model that I have owned and the medium setting is WAY louder than the one I had before. Is there any way to adjust the volume of each individual setting?(i.e. low, medium, high)
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To SET anythything including the ALARM do the following for each. This example is for the ALARM.<br><br>1. Press "Select' once until time starts blinking. <br>2. When you get to the Alarm time and it it blinking, Hold down "Select" for 2 seconds to put it into "Set" Mode. You know you are in the right place if only one of the numbers in the alarm time is blinking. From there use the "up" and "down" to select your time and tone! Enjoy! <br><br>For a full manual go too: http://www.retrevo.com/support/Oregon-Scientific-PSM02A-manual/id/423ag522/t/2/
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.
The manual not mention the radio alarm sound level can be preset.
Hi, A 8 year old can do this. On the back of the clock there should be 2 round turning nobs. 1 is for to set time (min...) 2sec is for to set timer for that hour...usually is a smaller hand on face of clock.
select hour to wake up at and set alarm Button. This is only basic set up.
This alarm clock radio features an adjustable display backlight, with dim, medium, and bright settings. To select a backlight setting, press the Snooze/Dimmer Bar until the desired brightness is reached.
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.
I have an old Nak TM-1 with the same problem....I have isolated ot to the MPC cable connecting the two units; specifically, just outside of the back of the main box. Seems like an intermittent 'short,' even though there is no actual motion of this cable over the years. It mpc's-into the remote unit, but is hard-wired to the base unit. Anyone know if I can order/locate a replacement cable?
The clock radio is mediocre, according to at least 15% of owners. First, the radio reception lacks
clarity and the sound is tinny. Second, there are many small
buttons and it's impossible to tell which is which in a dark
room. Third, because the volume and radio tuner are adjusted
by moving a dial, it is easy to accidentally move the device
and turn down the volume as a result. This can be a problem
if you've set the clock-radio alarm and the radio volume is
too low.Kindly check these first.
I am assuming you have not had this oven for long- anyway just in case, i will tell you that if you depress the minus (-) button (the one you use to deduct minutes off your chosen time setting), you should hear three disctinct beeps", a low, medium and high pitch one. Stop depressing the button as soon as you hear the loudest one and that means it is set on loud!
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