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I have an Alpine CDM 7833, The display will not light up. I cannot tell what station I am on and the clock will not display. any suggestions would be great. Thank You Beth

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SOURCE: How to set the time on alpine cdm 7833

I found the users guide on Alpine-usa.com

The manual is for several models, the CDM-7833 is one of them.

It is her if you would like a copy;

http://vault.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM_CDA-7837.PDF

To set the time;

Press and hold CLK button for 3 seconds

While flashing, use the H and M buttons to adjust the time setting(s).

The time will be saved 5 seconds after a button is pressed.




Best of Luck

Posted on Oct 31, 2007

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no you can't. i bought one from ebay b/c the guy said it would work but it didn't. after some research- i found the 7833/7835 will not accept anything through the DIN except the CD carriage.

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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I didnt think alpines had codes?

are you sure it has one?

sounds more like a connection problem

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SOURCE: how do you program channel and set time on clock?

2001 - 2002 Models:

Press the "CLK" (clock) button until the time is displayed, then press and hold the "CLK" button for at least 3 seconds until the time indicator blinks.
While the time is blinking. turn the rotary encoder to increase or decrease the minutes.
Once you've set the clock it will automatically return to normal operation after 5 seconds.
Pre 2000 Models:

Press and hold the "CLOCK" button for 3 seconds until the time indicator blinks.
Press "PRESET 5" to adjust the hour setting.
Press "PRESET 6" to adjust the minutes.
Press "CLOCK" again to exit clock adjustment mode

Hope this helps.

And to set the stations get the station you want and hold down one of the buttons from 1-6 to progream the station. you need to hold the button for about 5 sec.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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2001 - 2002 Models:

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How to set the time on alpine cdm 7833


I found the users guide on Alpine-usa.com

The manual is for several models, the CDM-7833 is one of them.

It is her if you would like a copy;

http://vault.alpine-usa.com/products/documents/OM_CDA-7837.PDF

To set the time;

Press and hold CLK button for 3 seconds

While flashing, use the H and M buttons to adjust the time setting(s).

The time will be saved 5 seconds after a button is pressed.




Best of Luck

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no you can't. i bought one from ebay b/c the guy said it would work but it didn't. after some research- i found the 7833/7835 will not accept anything through the DIN except the CD carriage.

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