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The alarm light is flashing and the display says: E 3 What does this mean?

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The E3 eeror is a paper jam error.
First, Unplug the printer from the power cord. Disconnect the printer cable as well. 2nd, open the covers and using a flashlight, look for any small debris inside the printer. The smallest piece can trip the error. Remove anything you find. Next, get some "canned air" at any computer or office supply store and blow the inside of the printer thoroughly. You may even turn it upside down so debris can fall out.

Plug it back in to the wall socket and connect to your PC again and give it a try. That should resolve the issue.

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How to set and remove alarm set


Turning on/off the alarms

To turn alarm 1 on/off, follow these steps:
  1. Turn the system off
  2. On the radio, repeatedly press the Alarm Mode button until the desired alarm mode indicator below "Alarm" is displayed. The music note indicates radio and the sound waves indicate the alarm tone. If no icons appear on the display, that means the alarm is turned off
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To turn alarm 2 on/off, follow these steps:
  1. Turn the system off
  2. On the radio, press and hold the Alarm Set button. "Alarm" flashes on the display
  3. While holding Alarm Set, press the Alarm Mode button once. "Alarm 2" flashes on the display
  4. Release Alarm Set, and repeatedly press Alarm Mode until the desired alarm mode indicator above "Alarm 2" is displayed. If no icons appear on the display, that means the alarm is turned off. The "Alarm 2" indicator will continue to flash on the display for 10 seconds. When the flashing stops, alarm 2 is set
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How do i set my alarm and when do i know it is on or off....keeps coming on and i dont know how to shut off the alarm...thank you


This clock radio features a dual alarm system, with two separate alarms that can be operated independently. The alarms can be set to wake two people at different times, or to have a main alarm and a backup. One alarm features your choice of radio stations as an alarm wake sound, while the second features a buzzer wake sound. You can set the radio alarm, the buzzer alarm, or both alarms.
Setting Radio Alarm
1. Press the "Alarm Set" Button. The display will flash and the Radio Alarm Indicator will appear. If you do not begin setting the time within ten seconds of pressing the it, the display will stop flashing andd you will need to press the "alarm Set Button again. 2. While the display flashes, press the "Tuning/Set" Buttons to set the wake time. Hold a button for a few seconds to advance the time rapidly. Be sure to set the correct AM/PM time, as shown by the PM Indicator. 3. After setting the radio alarm time, you will need to select the station to wake up to. First, press the "AM/FM" Button to select a radio frequency. Next, select a station using the "Radio Preset Buttons". Rotate the Volume Thumbwheel to set a wake sound volume level. 4. After setting the radio alarm wake time and sound, you will need to select your 7-5-2 setting. The 7-5-2 setting lets you set the alarm for a full week, weekdays only, or the weekend. Before setting the alarm, be sure that the correct date is set. 5. After you have set the radio alarm wake time, wake sound, and 7-5-2 setting, press the "Alarm Set" Button twice so that the display shows the standard, non-flashing display.
Setting Buzzer Alarm
1. Press the "Alarm Set" Button twice. The display will flash and the Buzzer Alarm Indicator will appear. 2. While the display flashes, press the "Tuning/Set" Buttons to set the wake time, as described above. 3. After setting the buzzer wake time, use the "Date/7-5-2" Button to select the buzzer. 4. After you have set the buzzer wake time and 7-5-2 setting, press the "Alarm Set" Button once so that the display shows the standard, non- flashing display.
Activating the Alarms
1. To activate the radio alarm, press the "Radio Alarm" Button so that the Radio Alarm Indicator appears on the display. As long as this indicator appears, the alarm will sound at the set time and days. 2. To activate the buzzer alarm, press the "Buzzer Alarm" Button so that the Buzzer Alarm Indicator appears on the display. As long as this indicator appears, the alarm will sound at the set time and days. 3. When the alarm sounds, press the " Off/Reset" Button to turn off the alarm while still maintaining the programmed 7-5-2 alarm settings. To turn off an alarm and cancel its 7-5-2 settings, press its "Alarm Button" so that its Alarm Indicator no longer appears on the display. 4. To activate the snooze feature, press the "Snooze/Night-Light" Bar when the alarm sounds. The alarm will shut off for approximately nine minutes before sounding again. The feature can be repeated several times during the one-hour snooze cycle. 5. If it is not turned off, the alarm will sound for an hour before stopping. As long as an Alarm Indicator appears on the display, the alarm will sound at the set time, according to the 7-5-2 settings.

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I have a AW60448W stopwatch that I can't get the alarms to turn off.


AW60448W Stopwatch

Okay, now you have an excellent Stopwatch but don't know how to set it up. Well, I had the same problem but a friend of mine wanted one also and after I bought it for him, he being an old guy, could not read the small print that came with the Stopwatch. I have gone to the trouble of typing it up and you can benefit from this.

Now I don't expect you will send me any donation/money but if the mood strikes you, I will accept no more than $3.00 cash.

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S1-Button: LAP/RESET
S2-Button: START/STOP
S3-Button: MODE
LIGHT BUTTON: Needs no explanation

LIGHT BUTTON:
The watch is equipped with an electroluminescence (EL) backlight, which can be activated by pressing the EL button. The LCD will light up for three (3) seconds.

CONTROL OF WATCHES:
Normal Display: Hour, Minute, Second and Day of week.
Push of S1-Button: Display shows alarm time in Hour and Minute.
Push of S2-Button: Month, Date and Day of week.
Push of S3-Button: For change of Function.

ALARM OF CHIME ON/OFF:
In normal time: Hold S1-Button and Display shows alarm time in Hour and Minute.
Hourly Chime: While holding S1-Button down, press S3-Button. When all 7 day flags show, the hourly chime is on. When no day flags show, the chime is off.
Alarm: While holding S1-Button down, press S2-Button. Alarm icon will display when alarm is on. Icon will disappear when alarm is off. Release S1-Button and Display changes to normal time immediately.

CHRONOGRAPH MODE:
In normal time, Push S3-Button, chronograph Function will be set.
Start/Stop: Push S2-Button, it operated in cumulative counting up to 1/100 second.
Split Time: Change to Split Time from chronograph time display is performed by pressing S1-Button while chronograph is counting.
Chronograph keeps counting while Split Time is displayed. Push S1-Button again to return to Chronograph Time display.
Reset: Push S2-Button to stop counting and then push S1-Button.

ALARM TIME SETTING:
In normal time, push S3-Button twice to get into Alarm Setting Mode. Monday flag + Hour digits will flash, which is advanced through depression of S2-Button.
1 x Push of S1-Button: Monday flag + Minute digits of the Alarm Time will flash, which is advanced as above.
Push of S3-Button: Display change to normal time again.

NORMAL TIME SETTING:
In normal time, push S3-Button three (3) times. Tuesday flag + second digits will flash. Push S2-Button and Second will be reset to zero (0).

1 x Push of S1-Button: Minute digits flash and advance by depression of S2-Button.
2 x Push of S1-Button: Hour digits flash and advance as above.
3 x Push of S1-Button: Date digits flash and advance as above.
4 x Push of S1-Button: Month digits flash and advance as above.
5 x Push of S1-Button: Flag of weekday flashes and advance as above.

Push of S1-Button and second will start for setting again.
If S3-Button is pushed during anytime change Normal Time will resume on display.

12/24 HOURS REVERSAL OPTION:
You have the possibility to change from 12 to 24 hour system, when adjusting the hours of the normal time (description please see above) one after the other the hours are displayed in the 12 hour system, then in the 24 hour system and then again the 12 hour system, i.e. please push S2-Button so many times, that the hour is displayed in the required system. In the 12 hour system hours are identified by "A" from 24:00-12:00 and with "P" for 12:00-24:00 whereas in the 24 hour system all hours are identified with "H".

ALARM TEST:
Hold S1-Button and then hold S2-Button together. Alarm will "Beep" and Alarm sounded.

ALARM SOUND OFF:
To turn off beeping when Alarm goes off press S1-Button or S2-Button.
For some model, press Light Button also can turn off beeping when Alarm goes off.
Alarm function with 4 to 5 minutes snooze by press S2-Button.

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To set Time:

1) Press "MODE" button until Time is displayed.
2) Press and hold "LAP/RESET" button until seconds display starts flashing.
3) Press "START/STOP" button to change selected entry.
4) Press "MODE" button to change from seconds>minutes>hours>date>month>day of the week>time format>date format
5) Press "LAP/RESET" once you are done to set the time.
To set Alarm time:

1) Press "Mode" button until ALM is displayed.
2) Press and hold "LAP/RESET" button until minutes display starts flashing.
3) Press "START/STOP" button to change selected entry.
4) Press "MODE" button to change from minutes>hours (remember to cycle through for AM or PM
5) Press "LAP/RESET" once you are done to set the alarm.
To toggle Alarm Sounds ON and OFF:

1) Press "MODE" button until ALM is displayed
2) Press "START/STOP" button to toggle alarm sounds on or off (shown on display)
3) If alarm sound is shown on display, alarm will go off every day at the selected time. To turn off alarm once the alarm sounds, simply press "START/STOP" button on the watch.
How do I turn off the hourly chime on a Wal-Mart Athletic Works stopwatch?
The way to do it is push the "light" button, then the "set" button. If the hourly chime is active, the days indicators will all be highlighted, if it's disabled, they will be turned off too. Basically it's the same as turning the alarm on/off, but instead of using the "start/stop" button, you use the "set button".

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I have a Uni-com wireless doorbell, model 55075/SC352R. I would like instructions as I'm not finding it easy to reset things and have inadvertantly set the alarm and don't know how to turn it off!


With the display in normal mode showing the time, date and temperature and with the double dots flashing each second, press the MODE button. The first press will give you the option for setting 12 or 24 hours on the time display. The second press should bring up the setting for the alarm time. Press the SET button once and it flashes the hour for the alarm. Press it again and the minutes for the alarm will show. Pressing the SET button a third time lets you set the number for each musical tone choices for the alarm. A fourth press will ' set' the alarm so the alarm time will show, plus the number representing the ring tone you selected below the alarm time. Normally what you would do next is press MODE again 3 times to return to the ordinary time display. But if you want the alarm off, instead of doing this, press SET a fifth time and this will set the alarm time to 'off' and the display for the alarm will show '-:--' now press MODE 3 times or until you see the ordinary time display with the double dots flashing. You can check the alarm is off by pressing the ALARM button - it should still show '-:--'. The ALARM button is only for showing the alarm time which has been set, not for actually doing the setting. A quicker way, starting from the normal display with the seconds flashing on the time, is to just press the ALARM button once, then press SET 5 times then MODE 3 times.

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Have a canon mp 240 keeps flasing P and 3 and the alarm light and on button are also flashing......what the it wont scan it wont print does any one know what this means


When the Power and Alarm lamps flash alternately, and P and number (error code) are alternately displayed on the LED, an error requiring servicing might have occurred.

Turn off the machine, and unplug the power cord of the machine from the power supply. Plug the power cord of the machine back in, and then turn on the machine. If the problem is not resolved, contact your Canon service representative.

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Both lights are blinking and will not print


they call that flash codes or error codes. please count
count how many times the lights flash, here is what they mean

Alarm / Power light flashes orange 7 times consecutively (ink cartridge installed incorrectly)

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Can't set time on aqualite watch-field ranger


I have an aqualite field ranger watch too. I lost the information but I found another notice for another watch and I was able to set the TIME as well as the alarm. I am not despairing as to one day set the date correctly! ;-)

The instructions I found are for "LIFELONG Chrono Alarm Sport watch" from Hanig & Company. The watch this particular instructions comes from has a rectangle LCD display that only takes the center of the dial, and only 3 buttons for the functions.

Aqualite has 4 buttons, but one of them is only for lighting the dial only, therefore if we use the 3 other buttons the same way they are described in this manual, it will work.

Aqualite has 4 buttons:
1) top right (we will call it S1 like this manual does)
2) bottom right (this will be S2)
3) bottom left (this will be S3)

As I said the number 4) (top left) is only for light and we will forget it since it is not needed to set our watch.

Setting the minutes, hour, date month and day:
Press S3 3 times, or until the following are flashing in the display : TU and seconds
Set the minute: press S2 once and advance by pressing S1
Set the hour: press S2 and advance by pressing S1
Choose from AM (A), PM (P) or military time (H)
Set the date: Press S2 and advance by pressing S1
Set the month: Press S2 and advance by pressing S1
Set the day Press S2 and advance by pressing S1
Press S3 to bring you to the time display

Setting the chronograph:
The chronograph feature will store and add to the last recorded time interval up to 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds in the time display.
1. Press S3 (flashing in the display: SU, FR, SA)
2. Press S1 to begin. Press S1 to stop.
3. press S3 to return to the time display.

Setting the lap time:
The lap feature will record from 1/100th of a second up to 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds.
In the time display.
1. Press S3 (flashing in the display: SU, FR. SA)
2. Press S2 to clear setting
3. Press S1 to begin. Press S2 to stop.
4. Press S1 once and S2 twice to reset.
5. Press S3 to return to the time display.

Setting the alarm and snooze:
The time alarm features with a convenient snooze function which will sound 5 minutes after the first alarm in the time display.
1. Press S3 twice for the alarm mode (hour will be flashing): advance by pressing S1
2. Press S2 once (minute will be flashing)
3. Press S3 to set alarm and return to time display
3. Press S1 to deactivate alarm
5. After 5 minutes, snooze alarm will ring. Pres S2 to deactivate.
6. Press S1 and S2 at the same time to deactivate the alarm at any time.

To test alarm
In the time display
1. press S1 and S2 simultaneously for alarm test.

Hourly chime
Your chrono alarm sport watch ha the option of an hourly chime in the time display.
1 Press S2 and then press S3 to activate hourly chime
2. Repeat process to deactivate

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How to activate alarm 2001 bmw 325ix doors lockand unlock with key but alarm doesn't activate, lights don't flash (new car to me) if the indicator light flashes, does it mean that you have the alarm...


The flashing light does not mean you have an alarm. They were not standard in the 3-series.
You can get one installed or if you want the dealer can program the lights to flash when locking and unlocking doors even with out alarm. This is called "acknowledgement without DWA"

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