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Turning off the alarm

OK, I know this is a silly question, but in all my moves, the manual has been misplaced and my alarm goes off every evening at 6 pm! I know how to adjust it to go off on weekdays, weekends, everyday... but I want it off, completely. I don't want it go off, period! Any help to restore my sanity would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

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  • janemoore Feb 10, 2008

    I was given a Timex T625 clock radio--and no instructions! All 3 alarms have been preset and I can't turn them off. I have had to put this device into the garage since we don't like being awakened at all hours. I have tried to apply directions from similar devices with no success, holding down the off/reset button and the appropriate alarm button. It doesn't work--and once I have the alarms off, how do I reset them? Can anyone help?



    Thank you.



    Jo

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Go to timexaudio.com, select SUPPORT, then select PRODUCT MANUALS to get a manual.

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