28043 Manuals



Illustration
2 Band Alarm
14
1
2 3 4 5
6
Clock Radio
13
7
8
12
9
11
10
Location of controls
1
Minute button
8
Band switch
2
Hour button
9
Tuning control
3
Alarm set/off
10 LED clock display
4
Time set button
11 Dial scale with pointer
5
Sleep button
12 Alarm indicator
6
Snooze button
13 PM indicator
28043
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
7
Volume control / buzzer
14 On/off/auto switch
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Electrical requirements
Switching on, and setting the clock time
Check  the voltage on the rating plate of your clock radio corresponds with
Before any alarm functions can be used on your alarm clock radio you
your house electricity supply which must be A.C. (Alternating current).
must first set the clock to the correct time.
1 Place the unit on a flat surface. Plug the mains plug  into the wall socket and
For clock radios with a fitted plug.
switch on the wall socket.
If the socket outlets in your home are not suitable for the plug supplied with
2 The clock LED display (10) will flash.
this appliance the plug should be removed and the appropriate one fitted.
3 Press and hold the TIME  button (4) and simultaneously hold down the hour
IMPORTANT : THE PLUG REMOVED FROM THE MAINS LEAD, IF SEVERED,
button (2) or the minute button (1). The LED clock display (10) will fast
MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH A BARED FLEXIBLE CORD IS
forward the minutes and hour segments. Release all buttons when the correct
HAZARDOUS IF ENGAGED INTO A LIVE SOCKET OUTLET.
time is set.
Should the fuse in the 13 amp plug require changing a 3 amp BS1362  fuse
4 The PM indicator (13) will illuminate to indicate 12.00 midday has been
must be fitted.
reached.
Battery back-up facility (unit will work without a battery being fitted)
Radio operation
Your alarm clock radio is equipped with a battery back-up facility.
FM wire aerial
To obtain the maximum FM reception fully extend the wire FM aerial (which is
1 Remove the battery compartment cover (located underneath the unit) by
located at the rear of the unit) and alter the direction of the wire for best results.
pushing in the clip and lifting off.
2 Insert a battery size 9 volts PP3/6LR61 (Ensure batteries are inserted correctly)
The aerial for the MW waveband is located inside the unit. To obtain the
3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
maximum MW reception rotate the clock radio.
Should a power interruption occur the clock will continue to run, however, time
1 Slide the ON/OFF/AUTO switch (14) to the ‘ON’ position.
keeping will not be accurate. The display will be extinguished to conserve battery
life but the memory will retain details of the clock time and alarm settings.
2 Adjust the VOLUME control (7) to a suitable level.
If the optional battery is not installed in case of the AC power failure the display
3 Set the BAND switch (8) to either MW or FM as desired.
will blink to indicate the power was interrupted. You will need to reset the clock
and alarm.
4 Slowly adjust the TUNING control (9) to select your desired station.
Battery back-up is designed to operate for a short period only.
5 To switch off  the radio, slide the ON/OFF/AUTO switch (14) to the
‘OFF’ position.
If the unit is not to be used for a prolonged period, remove the battery to
avoid battery leakage.

In the interests of environmental safety : dispose of batteries safely.
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