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How to remove blue light from vintage Westclox Dialite electric analog alarm clock Model #22090-22540

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SOURCE: Westclox Monarch Alarm Clock - Model No. 90003

While holding down the snooze bar that says "ALARM" on it, hold down either of the "HOUR" button to set the hour when the alarm should go off or hold down the "MINUTE" button to adjust the minutes for when the alarm should go off.  Switch the "ALARM" to "ON" when done.  

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Westclox Travel Alarm

After selecting either TIME, DATE, or ALARM at the top of the screen, use the stylus to touch and hold the large time display. Hold it there for about 5 seconds and the clock will beep and the time display will start flashing. Then you can touch either the hours or minutes and it will increase by either 1 hour or 1 minute accordingly. When the DATE is selected, it shows the year in the large display. Again, holding the stylus on the year diaply for about 5 seconds will enter into the chqange mode. IN all cases, to exit the change mode simply select one of the other selections across the top: TIME, DATE, ALARM.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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Charles Luhrs

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SOURCE: I have a westclox atomic alarm clock - model #700...

I have the same alarm clock the damn thing gives me a heart attack when I wake up. All in all I have the instructions for your clock.

Simple on the back of the device there are five buttons hold down the one that is labeled mode/set then the display will flash use the oC|oF/Up key or Wave/Down key to change the keys and the mode/set the to move between each field.

If you press (not hold) the Mode/Set key you can change the alarm, change the numbers using the degreeC|DegreeF/Up or Wave/Down key to change numbers accordingly.

To turn the alram and snooze function on or off press the Alarm/on\off key.

What I just said may sound complicated but of you press the buttons as I told you then you should have no problems what so ever.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Westclox model LTX271 instructions for setting day

mcdevito75 here, The stem on your westclox has 2 positions, First pull the stem out to set the time of day, keep cycleing the watch until you come to 1 day before the day you want. NOW! push the stem back in. NOW! slip a finger nail just under the crown and gently, gently kift the crown to it"s first position, it may take a little practice so be patient, once in it's first position you can change the DATE easily, change the DATE to 1 DATE before the DA you want, push the syem back in and pull the stem back out and set the day/date and time of day. Your watch is set and will change on time a little past mid nite.

Posted on Jul 23, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: I have Westclox Atomic Clock,

Greetings.

According to the product manual, press the 'ALARM ON/OFF' button on the back of the clock until the bell symbol and 'Zz' disappear from the display screen. These symbols are between the hour and minute digiits, above the colon ( : ).

If you would like to see the instructions, they are in .jpg format:

Front page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%201.jpg

Back page of instructions:
http://www.poyntsource.com/New/Pathimages/westclox%2070026%20-%20page%202.jpg

You might want to save these images on your computer in case the webpage is no longer available.

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

Posted on Jun 12, 2011

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