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I lost the manual, and I can't work out how to set the time or alarms.

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Follow the link below to a website that has the manual. It will ask you to submit to some optional services, but I know you can just reject it and the manual will come right up.
http://portablemedia.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/iluv/i177.html

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