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Setting the Clock (H-clock symbol, O-pwr symbol, f-music note symbol)
Without Date Display
AM/FM Base Radio with a Single CD Player
This type of radio has a
button for setting the time.
You can set the time by following these steps:
1. Turn the ignition key to ACC/ACCESSORY or
ON/RUN. Press the
knob, located in the
center of the radio, to turn the radio on.
2. Press the
button until the hour begins flashing
on the display. Press the button a second time and
the minute begins flashing on the display.
3. While either the hour or the minute numbers are
flashing, turn the
knob, located on the upper
right side of the radio, clockwise or counterclockwise
to increase or decrease the time.
4. Press the
button again until the clock display
stops flashing to set the currently displayed time;
otherwise, the flashing stops after five seconds and
the current time displayed is automatically set.
To change the time default setting from 12 hour to
24 hour, press the
button and then the pushbutton
located under the forward arrow label. Once the
time 12H and 24H are displayed, press the pushbutton
located under the desired option to select the default.
button again to apply the selected default,
or let the screen time out
Try removing the - negative - black battery terminal for at least 5 minutes then reconnect it. NOTE All of your preset radio stations clock and other settings will also be reset. Check your owners manual for more information.
To disable the wake up function completely; Press [Bell Symbol] [Music Symbol] & press '1' of '2' repeatedly unti no wake mode ikon [1-bell symbol, 1 music symbol or 2-bell symbol 2 music symbol] shows on large display. I can't include these symbols with this site, as I give you the details of the symbols.
You can download the manual of your Clock from the following website.
The dial is probably locked. Look for a little padlock symbol on the display. Check the user manual for Dial or keyboard lock. Generally on Yaesu radios you use the function key plus a keyboard key. If the keyboard is labeled, you should see something that looks like a padlock next to the correct function key.
in LG type phones, this actually easy.. first the easy part is to activate your bluetooth. check also your settings and your bluetooth name for you to know your device. if it is a phone to phone transmission, both must be activated. choose the picture but notice a bluetooth symbol on top of your screen usually beside the clock should be activated or moving. go to options then choose send.. there will be choices like infrared, bluetooth, etc. of course, choose bluetooth. it will re access and prompt the you and the receiver the bluetooth detected. then done.
Here is a link to the user manual for the SV600R. http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/SX600%2012-21-07.pdf Follow the instructions to reprogram the affected radio.
Note: The problem you are describing may not be simply programming. The radio problem may be non-reversible. You might also try a new battery, or switch the battery from the other unit for a test, just to see if the battery is bad.
There is a button on the remote labeled display that must be hit to remove the on screen display. You can use any Sony TV remote so you may want to check out GoodWill for a used one. Sony also has a universal available but it may be hard to find, maybe Radio Shack. There is no other way of turning off the OSD.
I can see where this feature can seem somewhat inconsistent. But if you think of it like a phone ringing, it is easier to understand. Once you have answered the phone, the phone stops ringing. And the person who called you never experiences a ring on their end.
Page 26: VibraCall is a vibrating alert that notifies you that your radio is receiving a message. This is useful in noisy environments. When the alert is on, the radio
vibrates once every 30 seconds when you receive a message on the channel and
code you set.
• To turn vibrating alerts on, press menu until the vibrating radio symbol is displayed, then press the plus (+) button to display the letter Y for Yes.
• To turn vibrating alerts off, press menu until the vibrating radio symbol is displayed, then press the minus (-) button until the minus symbol (-) is displayed.