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1.set time: hold down "clock" button for five seconds, then use up and down arrows to change, and press "clock" button once to toggle between month/day/year/hour/minute. Try it a few times b/c sometimes it just goes to the alarm setting (i don't know why, i think it's a glitch).
2.set alarm: hold down "alarm" button for 5 seconds, use up and down arrows to change, press "alarm" button once to toggle between hour/minute. press "clock" button to return to clock
3.turn on/off alarm: press "alarm" button once, press up to turn alarm on and press up again to turn alarm off. press "clock" button to return to clock
4.to project the images: push the buttons that look like video cameras. to focus the image, rotate the cylinder around the lens that projects the image. on the daisy clock, there's a button on top that you can use to flip the projected image of the time upside down. use the dial next to the lens-cylinders to select a different image (you may need to point the cylinders in a different direction to reach the dial)
Sounds like a display problem where the indicator isn't working. This might be a bad connection or it could be the display itself or the driving electronics. In any case, it would probably cost you more than the clock radio's worth to have it repaired (assuming you find someone who'd take it for repair in the first place!).
Here's a "solution", though. Set your alarm for a time only a couple of minutes later than the current time and wait around. Depending on whether or not the alarm sounds, you'll know if it's set for AM or PM. At least you'll be able to keep using it until you decide to replace it.
Move the switch on the top back to either the clock symbol to set time or alarm 1 or 2 depending on which one you wish to set. On either side of the snooze button is a fwd and rev button. Push fwd to advance the time or rev to go back. If setting the alarm it will automatically turn the alarm on when you set it. To turn alarm on or off manually, push the button for the alarm you choose on the top rear right side.
Hold down the button labelled 24hOFF for several seconds, the alarm hour digits will flash, adjust using up down arrow buttons and change to minutes by pressing 24h button again. Plus your manual is below.
While holding down the snooze bar that says "ALARM" on it, hold down either of the "HOUR" button to set the hour when the alarm should go off or hold down the "MINUTE" button to adjust the minutes for when the alarm should go off. Switch the "ALARM" to "ON" when done.