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Snooze button just suddenly stopped working.
The switches on these things don't last forever. They wear out with use, and the snooze button probably gets pressed a lot. Sounds like yours has reached the end of its life. They are the same kind of tactile switches commonly found on VCRs and TV sets, and it is possible to replace them. However, unless you have a spare switch and can do the repair yourself, you would be better off replacing the clock radio. The cost of repair, if you can find someone who even would take it for repair, would likely exceed the replacement cost. Small items like this were never meant to be serviced. Ask around, though. Maybe you have a tinkerer friend who could take a shot at this for you.
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Need to learn how to set the time and alarm for GE 7-4852A.
To set the time, make sure that the radio is Off; use the left-most button if the radio is on. Use the Fast Forward, Forward and Reverse buttons to get to the current time. These buttons are on the right of the snooze button. The AM indicator will light when the current time is between midnight and noon. To set the alarm, move the switch for that alarm to the Alarm Set position. Then use the same fast forward, forward and reverse buttons to reach the time for your wake alarm.
The manual for the GE 7-1825 is available at ManualsLib: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/138580/Ge-7-4825.html
. It's easier to read when you download the PDF. That requires dealing with Captcha. The suffix indicates the clock radio version; the manual is the same for units.
I hope this helps.
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