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Won't play When play is pushed display shows 'hold' and will not play.

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  • rhjmaj05 Aug 11, 2008

    Thanks so much. I guess I didn't see it because it was black..

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Look on your player for a hold button or switch. When you find it turn it off.

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How Do I program the hpm digital time switch hl 03705 Eco Rex d11


How to Program HL 03705 EcoRex D11 Timer

The "switch" is a small rod which can be moved 5 ways - left, right, up, down and IN.

Before programming check that time and date are correct.
Time - push switch IN, then down once until TIME flashes on display. Push switch IN, then up or down continually to select hour, then switch IN, then up or down continually to select minute. Push switch IN to save.
Date - push switch IN, then down twice until DATE flashes on display. Push switch IN, then up or down continually to select year, then push switch IN, then up or down continually to select month, push switch IN, then up or down continually to select day. Push switch IN to save.

Programming - for the sake of this exercise the timer will be set to come ON at 7am and OFF at 10pm, 7 days of the week.
Note the numbers 1234567 printed just above the display window. These represent the days of the week, starting with Monday.
1. Push switch IN, then down four times until PROG flashes on display. Push switch IN. The display shows a vertical line with numbers, at the bottom of which is a digital time which should show 0:00. This is midnight, Sunday to Monday.
2. Push switch up once, this advances the time 1 hour. Continue to push switch up, one hour at a time until the digital display shows 7:00. This is 7am Monday and will be the first ON time. (Push switch to the left to change minutes, each push advances time by 1 minute).
3. Now push switch to the right and HOLD there. BE PATIENT! It takes several seconds before the time changes, firstly a minute at a time, then in 15 minute blocks. Still holding the switch to the right watch the digital time display advance (don't look at the vertical line which has another thick line develop beside it as the time changes!) until it reaches 22:00, then release switch. This is the OFF time, 10pm Monday.
4. Push switch up once, this advances the time 1 hour. Continue to push switch up, one hour at a time until the digital display shows 7:00. This is 7am Tuesday and will be the next ON time. (Push switch to the left to change minutes, each push advances time by 1 minute). Note that there is a small dot under the number 2 at the top of the display to indicate it is Tuesday.
5. Now push switch to the right and HOLD there. Still holding the switch to the right watch the digital time display advance until it reaches 22:00, then release switch. This is the next OFF time, 10pm Tuesday.
6. Continue the steps #2 and #3 through Wednesday to Sunday. You will know when you are back to Monday by looking at the dot at the top of the screen returning to be under the number 1, OR when you return to 7am Monday there will be a thickening of the vertical line starting at 7:00.
7. PUSH THE SWITCH IN TO SAVE THE PROGRAM.

Testing - To check the program settings - push switch IN, then down five times until TEST flashes on display. Push switch IN.
Each upward push of the switch moves the display through each subsequent ON and OFF change. Check the day for each ON and OFF by viewing the dot under the numbers 1234567. After the last ON/OFF change the display shows PROG END.

Operating the Program
Push switch IN, then down six times until AUTO flashes on display. Push switch IN. The device now operates on the times that were programmed. The display returns to the "home" view, showing the current time, also vertical strips lined up under the numbers 1234567, representing the times of operation each day.
Outside the display window, at the bottom of it, the words OFF and ON are printed to the left and right respectively. A cursor points to one of these to show the current status of the device.
To bypass the program - push switch IN, then down past AUTO until ON or the next one, OFF, flashes on display. Push switch IN - at ON to have device permanently switched on or at OFF for device permanently switched off.

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It's actually a program setting. When the jukebox is in a pub it is set to play a random record now and then to remind people there is a jukebox. It's programmed that way and can be turned on or off.

What you have is a setting for flipping the pages for the same reason.
It's not a fault it is actually doing what it has been told. You can time your watch to it.

I have no idea how to change it but rest assured it isn't a fault as such. It's been set up that way. You need a Rowe expert.

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If you don't have the radios security code, you can try entering 1111 as some replacement radios were coded with this security code. Your local Audi Dealer may be able to provide the correct security code for your vehicle, if you provide them with your vehicles Identification Number (VIN). This VIN is typically located on the drivers door pillar.

The radio should have a serial number on the unit which also can be given to the Audi dealer and checked in their data base of radio security codes. The serial number will start with AUZ, one radio serial number for example is AUZ1Z9A1965412.

To enter the code on the Wiesbaden Radio: Turn on the radio, SAFE should be displayed.
Push and hold the AM/FM button, then while holding the AM button down, push and hold down the SCAN button. Release the AM/FM and SCAN buttons, and the display should show 1000. Now enter the correct code using the radio pre-set station buttons (1-4). Button 1 changes the first digit in the code "1"000, Button 2 changes the second digit in the code 1"0"00, button 3 changes the third digit, button 4 changes the last digit in the code. In most cases the first digit is a 1 and won't need to be changed. You push each pre-set station button multiple times to step through the digits (1-9) to get the correct code displayed.

Code 1246 would entered by pushing button "2" two times, pushing button 3 four times, and pushing button 4, six times.

After entering the correct security code, push and hold down the AM/FM button, then while holding down the AM/FM button, push and hold down the SCAN button. The display will then show SAFE, release the two buttons, and now the radio should play correctly.

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=> This really work, thanks!

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