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Sorry, no luck with a manual for the GT113, here is the link for the manual for it's replacement, the GT806;
Check page 16 - hopefully the process is the same on your model for the alarm - other features are definitely different.
Please ask again if this doesn't work.
Hope this helps :)
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When setting-up the time (by pushing the "mode" button), the alarm time set comes up first, followed by the time set.
When setting the proper hour in this mode, simply continue through the military "24 hour" cycle and the second cycle of 24 hours will be in the 12 hour format.
Continue through and finish the mode set-up function and your up and running. --
Here is the link to the user manual;
They do not mention any backlight feature in the manual - looking at other similar models, they describe the procedure in the manual - you just have to press the snooze button to turn it on or off. might be worth a try.
reading reviews of the clock there is supposed to be a blue backlight feature - try pressing display when in radio or cd mode and you should get a menu of display options - i imagine one of these will allow you to select backlight on/off
If none of the above works then try contacting them directly (numbers are in the manual) check this link if you want more info as they are recently bought out)
Hope this helps :)