20 Most Recent Lenoxx Electronics CDR-190 Clock Radio Questions & Answers

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How do I set the

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Basically, hold the time button and adjust the hour and minute; hold the alarm button and adjust the hour and minute using the buttons.
10/29/2018 6:29:41 AM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Oct 29, 2018
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How do I set the alarms -- I've lost my manual

The manual:

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Hold the Time Button down,

and press the Hour Button,

until the right hour time shows
in the display.

Hold the Time Button down,

and press the Minute Button

until the right minute time
shows in the display.

10/29/2018 6:29:29 AM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Oct 29, 2018
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Hi . My clock radio clock continuously displays

Likely a bad backup battery inside the clock, or a capacitor that is leaking a charge.
11/17/2017 7:05:35 PM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Nov 17, 2017
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How to set time on

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Need help

their is nothing you can do yourself to repair this as it needs a new laser unit but the only thing you can do is take it to tv repair shop and they will fit a new one and get it recalibrated for sorry i couldnt offer you any more help................................
11/29/2007 9:56:33 PM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Nov 29, 2007
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Lenoxx manuals

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Parts manuals

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The cd player do not spin it comes on then go off

HelloThe sled motor of your player is not working. This is the motor that spins the disc inside as soon as it has been loaded. But to spin disc, the disc must be loaded properly into the loading mechanism. Just check the loading belt that attached with loading motor and loading gear set for any loose, which may cause improper disc loading. Replace it first. If it does not help you, check the voltage at the seled motor terminals. There must be a voltage [4.5VDC approx:]. If the voltage is there and still the sled motor does nor work, replace it. If voltage is not there, the fault is with the loading IC which is soldered to the main board of the device. OK>
1/5/2012 5:33:33 PM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Jan 05, 2012
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No shuffle on model MP3-8700S

if the problem came from the factory it may be unavailable for the model ...but also can be just a software issue ..and updating the firmware can fix it ..Remember that updating firmware is a 2 way street ..and can cause good ..and loose some functions in the same time ..so ..think twice before proceed with it ..If it works good..I would not make it unless is a have to do it matter ..
The firmware can be downloaded from the support site of the manufacturer..
1/20/2011 4:50:36 AM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Jan 20, 2011
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I have a model CD-102

Hello,

I will advice you check either of any of this two sites amazon.com or ebay.com to get the replacement part you need for your device.

Take care.
9/4/2010 8:07:09 PM • Lenoxx... • Answered on Sep 04, 2010
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