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Hello I've the owners (user) manual for your Teac AG-D9260. But I can't send it to you by this window as it does not allow me to upload PDF files by it. I don't remember from which site I've donloaded it. If you send your email address to me by FixYa comment, I'll send a copy of it to you by return mail. OK.
The unit doesn't have an alarm, but it does have a timer that allows you to set it turn on at a certain time and off at a certain time. Not exactly the same as an alarm clock.
Press the timer button until "timer" indicator and "on" appear in the display. Hour will flash. Press the skip button to change the hour then press the time button. Press skip to change the minutes, then timer button. You now change the off time the same way. The next push of the timer button has set the time. But, now use the skip button to select the source. Pressing the timer button this time will advance to the volume setting and again advance by the skip button. Timer is now set. Make sure your source is ready to play (station on tuner, CD has a disc or iPod is connected).
or go to this site for contact details
or you can
e-mail to [email protected] and request a manual,
this link will let you get the manual online
only slight problem is this download will cost you $11.99, should be free from teac direct.
Hope this helps