Got the same problem than you, those black button on back row can easily fall inside the unit.
RCA customer support told me it was the first time they heard about this particular problem and it was not a manufacturing defect. Therefore I would have to pay labor and shipping to get it fix, even if it's still under warranty.
$36 Labour + $20 Shipping= $56 The alarm clock it self is worth $30
I JUST BOUGHT THE CLOCK RADIO AND IT DID NOT HAVE A MANUAL WITH IT PLEASE SEND ME A MANUAL. I AM IN EST TIME ZONE AND IT GOES THE THE CENTRAL TIME ZONE AND WILL NOT GO TO EXT.
SO I NEED A SOLUTION FOR THAT PROBLEM BUT I ALSO WANT A MANUAL
PHYLLIS D. HOWE
10915 GOODALL ROAD #329
DURAND, MICHIGAN 48429
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Ascot AUPWE10 Projection Alarm clock. To change the main time and date. Push the Mode button until the temperature display is shown at the top. Then hold the mode button in until the the day function flashes down the bottom. Move to required field by pushing the mode button again. Adjust date and time displays using the arrow keys.
Turn the main (volume) knob all the way until volume reads 00, leave the button (volume) pressed until the radio beeps - be patient it takes a while - after this turn the knob all the way or until you reach an acceptable volume limit, push the knob again until beep then turn radio off. This should take care of the problem.
there are 3 buttons just above the above the LCD clock - Alarm Set, Radio, and Buzzer. When you press the Radio button you will see the word "radio" appear/disappear just below the time with each press of the button. You want to press this button to make the word "Radio" disappear. The same is true for the Buzzer button. Press the Buzzer button so that the word "Buzzer" does NOT appear below the time. If you do not see the word Buzzer or Radio below the time, then the Radio Alarm and the Buzzer Alarm are both OFF and will not 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.
When you set the alarm make sure that it is set to go off on the day of the week desired. This clock has the feature to allow for weekday, weekend, or both. The alarm mode button while the alarm set button is pushed to change. Observe the LED's below.