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I own a Timex Indiglo Intelligent Alarm clock. I love it but the other day the hourly chime stared to sound. It makes sleeping through the night difficult. I no longer have the Manuel and have tried pushing button combinations and can not get it to turn off. Can you please help me? Janet

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The hour and minute hands can be pushed onto their respective shafts at any point in most clocks.
If you already know the time that the alarm is set, let the clock run until it sounds.
When the alarm sounds, install the hour hand and the minute hand to the exact alarm set time. If, say, the alarm is set for 6:30, push the hour hand onto it's shaft at exactly half way between 6 and 7 and then push the minute hand onto it's shaft pointing at exactly 6.
I think this should get you operating.
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Hi Karen,

Sounds like a neat clock!
I can't find anything about this clock. Other projection clocks set the time change automatically. What happens when you try to push the + button. Does it set the time ahead?

Also, what does it do when you press "kight"?

Karen, if I can't help you with this, please post again to let someone else have a try.

Please write back and let me know what happens with these buttons.

Good luck,

Handie Andie

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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Greetings.

According to the product manual, press the 'ALARM ON/OFF' button on the back of the clock until the bell symbol and 'Zz' disappear from the display screen. These symbols are between the hour and minute digiits, above the colon ( : ).

If you would like to see the instructions, they are in .jpg format:

Front page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%201.jpg

Back page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%202.jpg

You might want to save these images on your computer in case the webpage is no longer available.

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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1.Push SET, push SHIFT to transfer from YEAR to MONTH to DAY to HOUR to MINUTE
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TO CANCEL ALARM

1. Push ALARM until the desired alarm to cancel is shown.
2. Press MODIFY ( the dispaly will show --:--)
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Greetings.

According to the product manual, press the 'ALARM ON/OFF' button on the back of the clock until the bell symbol and 'Zz' disappear from the display screen. These symbols are between the hour and minute digiits, above the colon ( : ).

If you would like to see the instructions, they are in .jpg format:

Front page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%201.jpg

Back page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%202.jpg

You might want to save these images on your computer in case the webpage is no longer available.

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

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Like most of this type, it should have a button named TIME, and another one named ALARM.
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Sounds like a neat clock!
I can't find anything about this clock. Other projection clocks set the time change automatically. What happens when you try to push the + button. Does it set the time ahead?

Also, what does it do when you press "kight"?

Karen, if I can't help you with this, please post again to let someone else have a try.

Please write back and let me know what happens with these buttons.

Good luck,

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When the alarm sounds, install the hour hand and the minute hand to the exact alarm set time. If, say, the alarm is set for 6:30, push the hour hand onto it's shaft at exactly half way between 6 and 7 and then push the minute hand onto it's shaft pointing at exactly 6.
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