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Please read before using this equipment.
Owner’s Manual
96K Electronic
Organizer
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ˆ Contents
Features ................................................................................. 4
Preparation ............................................................................ 5
Removing the Insulation Strips ........................................ 5
A Quick Look at Your Organizer .......................................... 6
Turning the Organizer On and Off ................................... 6
Setting the Time Mode .................................................... 7
Turning the Key Tone On and Off .................................... 7
Memory Checking ............................................................ 7
Setting the Local and World Time .................................... 7
Viewing World Times .............................................. 10
Phone Directory .................................................................. 11
Entering a Phone Directory Record ................................ 11
Recalling a Phone Directory Record ............................. 12
Sequential Recall by Name .................................... 12
Direct Recall by Name ............................................ 13
Editing a Phone Directory Record ................................. 13
Deleting a Phone Directory Record ............................... 14
Memo Records ....................................................................
Entering a Memo Record ...............................................
Recalling a Memo Record .............................................
Sequential Search ..................................................
Direct Search ..........................................................
Editing a Memo Record .................................................
Deleting a Memo Record ...............................................
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© 2000 RadioShack Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
RadioShack and RadioShack.com are trademarks used by RadioShack Corporation.
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Schedule Alarms .................................................................
Entering a Schedule Alarm Record ...............................
Turning the Schedule Alarm On and Off ........................
Recalling a Schedule Alarm Record ..............................
Sequential Recall by Alarm Time ...........................
Direct Recall by Alarm Message ............................
Editing a Schedule Alarm Record ..................................
Deleting a Schedule Alarm ............................................
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Daily Alarm ..........................................................................
Setting the Daily Alarm ..................................................
Turning the Daily Alarm On and Off ...............................
Password .......................................................................
Setting the Password .............................................
Changing the Password .........................................
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Calculator ............................................................................ 23
Memory Calculations ..................................................... 24
Conversion .................................................................... 25
Care ...................................................................................... 27
Replacing the Batteries ................................................. 27
Resetting the Organizer ................................................. 29
Specifications ..................................................................... 29
Notes .................................................................................... 30
Contents
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ˆ Features
Your RadioShack 96K Electronic Organizer is a versatile,
pocket-sized data organizer. It’s great for the person on the go,
combining a telephone directory, schedule alarms, calculator,
and more in one compact, easy-to-use package.
This organizer’s features include:
Three-Row Display — lets you see the most important information in a record at a glance.
Two Telephone Directories (Business and Personal) — puts
contacts’ names and phone numbers (including 2 phone numbers and e-mail addresses) at your fingertips.
Schedule Alarms — keeps you in control of your busy schedule by reminding you of meetings and other important events.
Memos — lets you store important messages of up to 48 characters.
Built-In Clock and World Time — shows you the local time
and current times in 32 cities around the world, including London, Chicago, and Hong Kong.
10-Digit Calculator — performs standard arithmetic and memory calculations.
Conversion Function — lets you perform metric and currency
conversions.
Four-Character Security Code — helps prevent unauthorized
access to your confidential information.
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RadioShack Corporation assumes no responsibility for any loss
or claims that might arise through use of this organizer or for
damages incurred as a result of information loss due to malfunctions, repairs, battery replacement, or misuse. You should
maintain physical records of important information to protect
against such loss.
ˆ Preparation
REMOVING THE INSULATION STRIPS
Your organizer comes with insulation strips that help preserve
battery power during shipping.
Before using the organizer, remove the insulation strips from
the battery compartment (located in the back) by grasping and
pulling them away from the organizer.
Preparation
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ˆ A Quick Look at Your
Organizer
ON/OFF
SHIFT
12/24 M D/DM
SET
DST
SYM
DEL/
SPACE
ENTER
M.CK
TURNING THE ORGANIZER ON AND OFF
Hold down ON/OFF for about 1 second to turn on the organizer,
then press a function key to enter the mode (such as the daily
alarm mode) you want. Press ON/OFF to turn off the organizer.
To conserve battery power, the organizer automatically turns off
after about 3 minutes if you do not press a key.
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SETTING THE TIME MODE
The screen for your home time has a ✱ in the top line. Repeatedly press TIME until ✱ appears (to set your organizer to its
Home Time mode) or until ✱ disappears (to set your organizer
to its World Time mode).
TURNING THE KEY TONE ON AND OFF
To set your organizer to sound a tone each time you press a
key, set the organizer to its Home Time mode, then
appears when the key tone is on.
press
(B).
To turn off the key tone, set the organizer to its Home Time
mode, then press
again. A beep sounds and
disappears.
MEMORY CHECKING
To check the memory, press the function key you want to check
(PHONE or MEMO/SCHED). Press SHIFT then M.CK. The percentage of free space appears.
SETTING THE LOCAL AND WORLD TIME
When you set the time and date for your home time zone, all
other world times are set automatically.
1. Set the organizer to its Home Time mode.
2. Press SET (S). The city codes flash.
3. Find the code for a city in your time zone in the table on
Page 8, then repeatedly press or hold down
or
until
the code appears.
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Code
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City
CHI
Chicago
DEN
Denver
LAX
Los Angeles
ANC
Anchorage
HNL
Honolulu
WLG
Wellington
NOU
Noumea
SYD
Sydney
ADL
Adelaide
TYO
Tokyo
SIN
Singapore
HKG
Hong Kong
BKK
Bangkok
RGN
Rangoon
DAC
Dhaka
DEL
Delhi
KHI
Karachi
KBL
Kabul
DXB
Dubai
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Code
City
THR
Tehran
RUH
Riyadh
MOW
Moscow
CAI
Cairo
HEL
Helsinki
ROM
Rome
BER
Berlin
PAR
Paris
LON
London
RIO
Rio De Janiero
CCS
Caracas
YYZ
Toronto
NYC
New York City
Note: If your city is not listed, select a city in the same time
zone as yours.
4. Repeatedly press
or
to move to the field you want
to change. The field you select flashes. Then repeatedly
press or hold down
or
to change the year, month,
date, hour, and minute.
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Notes:
• Repeatedly press DST (V) to turn Daylight Saving Time
on or off. # appears beside the day of the week when
Daylight Saving Time is on.
• Repeatedly press 12/24 (X) to set the clock to the 12- or
24-hour format. AM or PM appear when the clock is set
to 12-hour format and disappear when the clock is set to
24-hour format.
• Make sure the correct AM or PM hour appears when you
set the hour and minute.
• Repeatedly press MD/DM (C) to choose month-date to
date-month display format.
• Press Q (English), W (French), E (Dutch), or R (Spanish)
to select the display language.
5. Press ENTER to store the setting.
Viewing World Times
Once you set your home time, you can view the correct time in
31 other cities (and the corresponding time zones) around the
world.
Note: The world time screen does not show a ✱ in the top line.
1. Repeatedly press TIME until ✱ disappears The date and
time in the last selected city appear.
2. Repeatedly press
city you want.
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or
to select the code for the
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To turn Daylight Saving Time on or off, repeatedly press DST
(V).
ˆ Phone Directory
The organizer has two phone directories, (BUSINESS and
PERSONAL) that you can use to store records. You can store a
contact’s name, a e-mail address and two telephone numbers
into each phone directory record. The name and e-mail address
can be up to 48 characters, and each telephone number can be
up to 48 digits.
ENTERING A PHONE DIRECTORY RECORD
1. Press PHONE to enter the business phone directory,
BUSINESS? and TEL appear. Press PHONE again to
enter the personal phone directory. PERSONAL? and TEL
appear.
Note: FULL appears if the memory is full. You can delete
phone directory or other types of records to free memory
(see “Deleting a Phone Directory Record” on Page 14).
2. Enter the contact’s name.
The organizer stores names alphabetically, so you might
want to enter the last name first.
• To enter a space, press SPACE or
.
• To select a symbol — @, ~, :, $, £, ¥, ,, ', ?, /, \, =,#, (, ), & —
press SHIFT then repeatedly press SYM. Then press
or
to select the symbol.
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• If you make an incorrect entry, use the arrow keys to
move to the character you want to change, press SHIFT
then DEL (SPACE) to delete it, then enter the correct
character.
3. Press ENTER to confirm the name you entered. TEL and
E-MAIL appear.
4. Enter the contact’s e-mail address, then press ENTER to
confirm it. NAME and TEL appear.
5. Enter the contact’s first phone number, then press ENTER.
6. Enter the contact’s second phone number (if one exists) or
press ENTER.
7. Press ENTER to store the record. BUSINESS? or PERSONAL? and TEL appear again.
8. Repeat Steps 2–7 to enter another phone directory record.
9. To return to the Home Time display, press TIME.
RECALLING A PHONE DIRECTORY
RECORD
You can recall a phone directory record by either sequential or
direct recall.
Sequential Recall by Name
1. Repeatedly press PHONE to choose the BUSINESS or
PERSONAL directory.
2. Press
or
to view the first or last record sorted
alphabetically by name.
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3. Repeatedly press
or
to view the previous or
next record until the desired record appears.
Direct Recall by Name
1. Repeatedly press PHONE to choose the BUSINESS or
PERSONAL directory.
2. Enter the first few characters of the desired name.
3. Press
or
to begin the search. Then the first
record that begins with the characters you entered
appears.
Note: If a matching record is not found, NOT FOUND briefly
appears.
4. If necessary, repeatedly press
or
to view the
previous or next record stored in sequence until the desired
record appears.
Note: The first 12 characters of a record appear on each
line of the record. If the displayed line has more than 12
characters,
appears. Repeatedly press
or
to
view the entire line.
EDITING A PHONE DIRECTORY RECORD
1. Recall the record you want to edit.
2. Press SHIFT then EDIT. A flashing cursor appears on the
first character of the contact’s name.
3. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the character or
digit you want to change.
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• To delete a character, press SHIFT then DEL.
• To change a character, delete it first, then type the correct character.
• To add a character, simply enter the character.
4. Press ENTER to enter the next field, edit the field as necessary, then press ENTER.
5. When you finish editing, press ENTER. STORE... briefly
appears as the organizer saves the changes you made to
the record, then BUSINESS? or PERSONAL? appear.
DELETING A PHONE DIRECTORY RECORD
1. Recall the record you want to delete.
2. Press SHIFT then DEL. DELETE? appears.
3. If you are sure, press ENTER. DELETE... briefly appears
as the organizer deletes the record, then BUSINESS? or
PERSONAL? appear. The entire directory record is
deleted. Otherwise, press any key except ENTER. The
record remains unchanged.
ˆ Memo Records
The memo function lets you store important messages. For
each memo, you can enter a record of up to 48 characters, and
two lines of phone numbers (each line can hold up to 48 digits).
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ENTERING A MEMO RECORD
1. Press MEMO/SCHED, MEMO? and MEMO appear.
2. Enter letters on the first line of your memo then press
ENTER to enter the next line.
Note: You can enter numbers only on the second and third
lines of a memo record.
3. Enter numbers on the second and third lines of your memo,
pressing ENTER to enter the next line and pressing ENTER
when you finish. MEMO? reappears.
4. Repeat Steps 1–3 to enter another memo.
5. To return to the Home Time display, press TIME.
RECALLING A MEMO RECORD
You can recall a memo record using sequential search or direct
search. Memo records are sorted alphabetically using the first
few characters of the record.
Sequential Search
Press MEMO/SCHED. MEMO? and MEMO appear. Then press
or
to view the previous or next record stored in sequence until the desired record appears.
Direct Search
1. Press MEMO/SCHED, MEMO? and MEMO appear.
2. Type the first few characters of the desired memo.
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3. Press
or
to recall the first memo record that
begins with the characters you typed.
Note: If a matching memo record is not found, NOT
FOUND or the memo record that most closely matches the
characters you typed might appear.
4. Repeatedly press
or
to scroll up or down
through the memo records sequentially.
EDITING A MEMO RECORD
1. Recall the memo record you want to edit.
2. Press SHIFT then EDIT. A flashing cursor appears on the
first character on the display.
3. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the character or
digit you want to change.
• To delete a character, press SHIFT then DEL.
• To change a character, delete it first, then type the correct character.
• To add a character, simply enter the character.
4. Press ENTER to enter the next field.
5. Repeat Step 3 as necessary to edit up to three lines, pressing ENTER at the end of each line. STORE... briefly
appears as the organizer saves the changes you made to
the record. Then MEMO? reappears.
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DELETING A MEMO RECORD
1. Recall the memo record you want to delete.
2. Press SHIFT then DEL. DELETE? appears.
3. If you are sure, press ENTER. DELETE ... briefly
appears as the organizer deletes the record, then MEMO?
appears. Otherwise, press any key except ENTER. The
record remains unchanged.
ˆ Schedule Alarms
Schedule alarms help you stay in control of your busy schedule
by reminding you of meetings and other important events. For
each schedule alarm, you can enter an alarm message of up to
48 characters.
At the set alarm time, the alarm sounds for 20 seconds and your
stored message appears. If the organizer is off at the alarm
time, the organizer turns on, sounds the alarm, and displays the
alarm message then stays on for about 3 minutes (unless you
press a key).
To silence the alarm sooner, press any key.
Notes:
• Because pressing any key turns off the alarm, the alarm
might not sound if you are entering information at the precise alarm time.
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• If the alarm sounds and the alarm message appears while
you are entering information, the information you are entering might not be stored.
ENTERING A SCHEDULE ALARM RECORD
1. Press MEMO/SCHED twice. SCHEDULE? and SCHED
appear.
Note: FULL appears if the memory is full. You can delete
schedule alarm or other types of records to free memory
(see “Deleting a Schedule Alarm” on Page 21).
2. Enter the alarm message.
• To enter a space, press SPACE or
.
• To select a symbol — @, ~, :, $, £, ¥, ,, ', ?, /, \, =,#, (, ), & —
press SHIFT then repeatedly press SYM. Then press
or
to select the symbol.
• If you make an incorrect entry, use the arrow keys to
move to the character you want to change, press SHIFT
then DEL (SPACE) to delete it, then enter the correct
character.
• To insert a space before a character, press SPACE.
3. Press ENTER. The month (displayed as month and date) or
date (displayed as date and month) flashes.
4. Press or hold down
date.
or
to set the alarm month or
5. Press
to move to the next field, then repeat Steps 4
and 5 to set the month or date, year, and time.
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6. Press ENTER to save the schedule alarm entry. SCHEDULE? and SCHED appear.
7. Repeat Steps 2–6 to enter another schedule alarm.
8. To return to the Home Time display, press TIME.
TURNING THE SCHEDULE ALARM ON AND
OFF
The schedule alarm is automatically set to sound when you set
the alarm time. To turn off the schedule alarm, press ALARM
then repeatedly press
(B) until
disappears. To turn on
apthe schedule alarm again, repeatedly press
(B) until
pears.
RECALLING A SCHEDULE ALARM RECORD
You can recall schedule alarm records using either sequential
recall by alarm time or direct recall by alarm message.
Sequential Recall by Alarm Time
1. Repeatedly press MEMO/SCHED until SCHEDULE? and
SCHED appear to enter the schedule alarm mode.
2. Press
or
scheduled alarm.
to view the record for the first or last
3. Press
to view the next record or
vious record in chronological order.
Schedule Alarms
to view the pre-
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Direct Recall by Alarm Message
1. Press MEMO/SCHED until SCHEDULE? and SCHED
appear to enter the schedule alarm mode.
2. Type the first few characters of the desired schedule message.
3. Press
or
to view the first record that begins with
the characters you entered.
Note: If a matching record is not found, NOT FOUND
appears.
4. If necessary, press
to view the next record or
press
to view the previous record in chronological
order.
EDITING A SCHEDULE ALARM RECORD
1. Recall the schedule alarm you want to edit.
2. Press SHIFT then EDIT. A flashing cursor appears on the
first character of the display.
3. Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the character you
want to change.
• To delete a character, press SHIFT then DEL.
• To change a character, delete it first, then type the correct character.
• To add a character, simply enter the character.
4. Press ENTER to enter the next field.
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5. Press or hold down
date.
or
to set the alarm month or
6. Press
to move to the next field, then repeat Steps 5
and 6 to edit the month or date, year, and time. Then press
ENTER to store the new data. STORE ... briefly appears
as the organizer stores the changes you made, then
SCHEDULE? appears.
DELETING A SCHEDULE ALARM
Follow these steps to delete a schedule alarm record after its
date has passed (to free up memory) or if you do not want it to
sound on the set date.
1. Recall the schedule alarm record you want to delete.
2. Press SHIFT then DEL. DELETE? appears.
3. If you are sure, press ENTER. DELETE... briefly appears
as the organizer deletes the record, then SCHEDULE?
appears. The entire schedule alarm record is deleted. Otherwise, press any key except ENTER. The record remains
unchanged.
ˆ Daily Alarm
You can set an alarm to sound at a set time of day. When the
alarm is on,
appears, the alarm time appears, and a tone
sounds for about 20 seconds at the set time. To silence the alarm
sooner, press any key.
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Note: Because pressing any key turns off the alarm, the alarm
might not sound if you are entering information at the precise
alarm time.
SETTING THE DAILY ALARM
1. Press ALARM to enter the daily alarm mode. ALARM and
the currently set alarm time appear.
2. Press SET (S). ALARM? appears and the hour flashes.
3. Press
or
to set the hour, press
to move to the
minute, then press
or
to set the minute.
4. Press ENTER to confirm.
TURNING THE DAILY ALARM ON AND OFF
To turn the daily alarm on and off, press ALARM. ALARM and the
currently set alarm time appear. Then repeatedly press
(B) to
turn the alarm on or off.
appears when the alarm is set to
sound.
PASSWORD
You can block unauthorized access to phone, memo, and
schedule data information by protecting it with a password you
assign. If you set a password, you must enter the password to
view and work with phone, memo, and schedule data records.
Setting the Password
1. Press PASSWORD. PASSWORD: appears.
2. Enter the password, from 1 to 4 characters long, then press
ENTER to confirm. PASSWORD? and
appear.
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Notes:
• Be sure you set a password that you can easily remember.
If you forget it, you must reset the organizer, which clears
all records. (See “Resetting the Organizer” on Page 29.)
• If you press PHONE or MEMO/SCHED, PASSWORD?
and
remain on the display. You must re-enter the password to enter these fields.
Changing the Password
1. Turn on the organizer then press PASSWORD. PASSWORD? and
appear.
2. Enter the current password, then press ENTER if the password is less than 4 characters.
disappears and
PASSWORD: appears.
3. Enter the new password to change the old one or press
any other function key to cancel.
ˆ Calculator
You can use the organizer to perform basic calculations. Use
the calculator function as you would any other mathematical
calculator.
Press CAL/CONV once to use the calculator. 0. appears. To
clear a calculation, press C/CE.
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Notes:
• If the result of a calculation has more than 10 digits, or if
you try to divide by 0, E (error) appears. To clear the error,
press C/CE.
• If you enter a wrong number, press C/CE and re-enter the
correct number before you press =.
• Press +/– to change the displayed number’s sign from positive to negative or negative to positive.
MEMORY CALCULATIONS
The memory calculation feature lets you easily perform multistep calculations.
Use the following keys to perform memory calculations:
• Press MC (U) to clear the memory.
• Press M+ (P) to total a calculation and add the total to the
value in memory.
• Press M– (O) to total a calculation and subtract the total
from the value in memory.
• Press MR (I) to recall (display) the value in memory.
For example: (4 × 5) + (28 + 2) – (7 – 2) + (75 ÷ 5):
You press:
You See:
4 × 5 = M+
28 + 2 = M+
7 – 2 = M–
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M × 20.
M 30.
M 5.
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You press:
You See:
75 ÷ 5 = M+
M 15.
MR
M 60.
Note: M appears when a value is stored in memory. M disappears when you clear the memory.
CONVERSION
The conversion function lets you perform metric and currency
conversions. The organizer can convert between these units of
measurement:
• Celsius/Fahrenheit
• mile/kilometer
• ounces/grams
• pounds/kilograms
• inch/centimeters
• yards/meters
• foot/meters
• acre/square foot
• European Euro/Belgian Franc
• European Euro/German Deutschemark
• European Euro/Spanish Peseta
• European Euro/French Franc
• European Euro/Irish Pound
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• European Euro/Italian Lira
• European Euro/Luxembourg Franc
• European Euro/Dutch Guilder
• European Euro/Austrian Schilling
• European Euro/Portuguese Escudo
• European Euro/Finnish Markkaa
• European Euro/US dollar
• US dollar/French Franc
• US dollar/German Deutschemark
1. Press CAL/CONV twice to enter the conversion mode. The
last used conversion appears.
2. Press
or
to select the units to be converted.
3. Press
or
to select the direction of the converto
sion. For example, if °C -> °F appears, press
change it to °C <- °F (to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius).
4. Enter the number you want to convert.
5. Press =. The converted number appears.
You can program up to 3 currency pairs of your own. You can
change any of these to the currency of your choice.
1. Press
pairs.
or
to select one of the following currency
• EURO -> USD (European Euro to US Dollar)
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• USD -> FRF (US Dollar to French Franc)
• USD -> DEM (US Dollar to German Deutschemark)
2. Press SET (S) to set a new currency.
3. Enter the name of the first currency (up to 4 characters),
then press SPACE if the name is less than 4 characters.
4. Enter the name of the second currency (up to 4 characters), then press ENTER if the name is less than 4 characters. The rate field flashes.
5. Enter the new rate then press ENTER to confirm.
ˆ Care
Keep the organizer dry; if it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
Use and store the organizer only in normal temperature environments. Handle the organizer carefully; do not drop it. Keep
the organizer away from dust and dirt, and wipe it with a damp
cloth occasionally to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the organizer’s internal components can cause a malfunction and invalidate its warranty. If
your organizer is not performing as it should, take it to your local
RadioShack store for assistance.
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
Your organizer requires two 3V CR2032 lithium batteries, one
for power and one to protect the organizer’s memory. For the
best performance and longest life, we recommend RadioShack
lithium batteries. To protect the data stored in your organizer,
replace the backup battery at least once a year.
Care
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Important: To avoid losing stored data:
• Never remove both the main and backup batteries from the
battery compartment at the same time.
• Be sure to turn off your organizer when replacing the battery.
• Remove the old battery and install the new one as quickly
as possible.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries.
1. Press ON/OFF to turn off the organizer.
2. Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the
arrow to remove it.
3. Use a sharp object such as a straightened paper clip to
gently pry out the battery you are replacing, then install the
new one with the positive (+) side facing up.
4. Replace the cover.
When the display dims or the organizer stops operating properly, replace the main battery.
Warnings:
• Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly. Do not burn
or bury them.
• Keep button-cell batteries away from children. Swallowing
a button-cell battery can be fatal.
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RESETTING THE ORGANIZER
If the organizer stops operating properly or you forget your
password, you might need to reset it. Follow these steps to reset and clear all the stored information in the organizer.
1. Use a pointed object (such as a straightened paper clip) to
press the RESET hole on the back of the organizer.
RESET? appears.
2. Press ENTER. RESET! appears briefly, then a default date
and place appear. All the information stored in the organizer’s memory is cleared. Otherwise, press any key
except ENTER to cancel.
3. Reenter the key tone, current date and time, daily alarm
settings, and new password (if desired).
ˆ Specifications
Power Source .................................................... Lithium Battery (2), 3V
Battery Type ............................................................................. CR2032
Battery Life ...................................... 6 Months (Main), 1 Year (Backup)
Automatic Power-Off ................................................... About 3 Minutes
Operating Temperature ........................................................... 32–104°F
(0–40°C)
Dimensions (closed) (HWD) ............................. 31/8 × 47/16 × 1/2 Inches
(79 × 112 × 13 mm)
Weight (with Batteries) ................................................................ 2.9 oz
(83 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary. Specifications are
subject to change and improvement without notice.
Specifications
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Limited One-Year Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized RadioShack
franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack
MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE
WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT
TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY
BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA,
PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and
the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack
store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts and labor; (b) replace
the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase
price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a refund is made,
become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and products
may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts
and products are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period.
You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to
acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or
other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those
provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as
fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, 200 Taylor Street, 6th Floor,
Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
RadioShack Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
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65-781
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