GE 1-Jul User's Manual

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FCCInformation
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Thisdevicecomplies with Part15 ofthe FCCRules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1)Thisdevicemaynotcauseharmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
In accordance with FCCrequirements, changes or
modifications not expresslyapproved by Thomson
Ine.could void the user's authority to operate this
product.
This device generates and uses radio frequency
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THE LIGHTNING
FLASHAND ARROWHEAD WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE IS A
WARNING
SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
"DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE" INSIDE
THE PRODUCT.
RISKOFELECTRIC
SHOCK
DONaTOPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). NO USERSERV.ICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
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THE EXCLAMATION
POINT WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE
IS A
WARNING
SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
IMP 0 R TAN T
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCOMPANYING
TH E PRO DU CT.
to radio
. Ifthis equipment does cause interference to radio
or television reception (which you can determine
by unplugging the unit), try to correct the
. interference by one or more of the following
. measures:
. Re-orient the receiving antenna (that is, the
antenna for the radio or television that is
. "receiving" the interference).
. Move the unit away from the equipment that is
. receiving interference.
. Plugthe unit into a different wall outlet so that
the unit and the equipment receiving interference
are on different branch circuits.
. If these measures do not eliminate the
. interference, please consult your dealer or an
. experienced radioltelevision technician for
. additional suggestions. Also, the Federal
. Communications Commission has prepared a
helpful booklet, "How To Identify and Resolve
. Radio 1V Interference Problems." This booklet is
. availablefrom the U.S. Government Printing
. Office,Washington, DC20402. Pleasespecifystock
. number 004-000-00345-4 when ordering copies.
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The AC power plug is
polarized(oneblade iswider
thantheother)andonlyfits ~
into ACpower outlets one ~
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way. If the plug will not go
into the outlet completely,
turn the plug over and try to insert it the other.
way. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified'
electrician to change the outlet, or use a different.
one. Donot attemptto bypassthis safety feature. .
For Your Records
In the event that service should be required, you'
may need both the model number and the serial.
number. In the space below, record the date and'
place of purchase:
Date of Purchase:
Place of Purchase:
Service Information
This product should be serviced only by those:
specially trained in appropriate
servicing.
techniques. For instructions on how to obtain'
service, refer to the warranty included in this.
Guide.
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SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM I BACK OF pAODUCT
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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. this equipment may cause interference
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Thisclockradio isequippedwith a memory
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Power Failure Indicator
8iIiIiI. holding systemthat can be poweredwith
: 9V battery
(not included). The power
When the AC power is interrupted'
. failureprotectioncircuitwill notoperate .. (disconnected)for a short period of time, .
. unlessbattery is installed.
. When normal household power is
interrupted, or ACcord is unplugged,the
batterywill powerthe clockradio to keep
track of time and alarm settings
programmedinto the memory.Whenthe
battery backup functions, the digital
display will not light, however, the
function of alarm still occursduring the
power interruption if remaining battery
powerisadequate. Normaloperationwill
. resumeafter ACpower is restoredsoyou
will not have to reset the time or the
alarm.
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both time and alarm settings will change'
(unlessoptional battery isinstalled). After
AC power is restored (reconnected),the
Digital Displaywill blink to indicate that'
power was interrupted and you should
re-adjustthe time and alarmsettings.
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: 1.Press the
(locatedat the bottom of the radio) by
applying thumb pressure to area
indicated on battery door andthen lift
the door out and off the cabinet.
. 2. Connecta 9Vbattery to the connector
plug.
3. Insertbattery in the compartmentand
replacethe compartment door.
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No icon will be flashing if all selectors are
set, if you see any icon flashing
or FWD
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to set the time.
. 3. AM or PMiconwill showbesidethe
. time.
and characteristics in this owner's manual are for the purpoie of general
reference only and not as a guarantee. In order to provide you with the highest quality
product, we may make changes or modifications without prior notice. The English version serves
as the final reference
other languages.
SET button, the"
on the display.
. 2. PressREV
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Tip:
. Setting time:
Installbattery as below:
. 1. Removebatterycompartmentdoor
on display,
press the SET button repeatedly
confirm everything is set correctly.
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details should any discrepancies arise in
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. Tuning the Stations
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1. PressON to turn on the radio.
. 2. Slide the FM/AM switch to the desired
. broadcast band.
3. Turn the TUNING knob to select a
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. station.
Antennas
AM Antenna - A built-in ferrite rod
antenna eliminates the need for an outside antenna for AM reception. Rotating.
the unit slightly may improve the recep- .
tion of distant AM stations.
4. PressOFF to turn off the radio.
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Built-In AFC
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The Built In Automatic Frequency Control
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(AFC)works only on FM. It helps reducing
. drift on FM reception and keeping the
radio locked in on the FM station to which
it is tuned.
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. When tuning in FM stations, you may
notice that the station you are tuning can
be well-tuned on two or three nearby
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points on the dial. Always tune carefully
loudest and clearest point.
. at the
FM antenna - The power cord acts as your'
FM antenna. It picks up moderate to .
strong stations and eliminates the need for:
an external antenna in most strong signal'
areas. Be sure the power cord is stretched'
to its full length. Do not coil or bunch the:
cord together. Changing position of the'
power cord may improve reception.
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Listening to compact disc
1. Lift to open the CD compartment
2. Insert a disc and close the door.
. 3. PressPLAY/PAUSE 1>00.
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1. Start CD playback.
2. During playback, press CD MODE to
toggle between different play mode.
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4. Adjust volume to your desired level.
5.Press
REVc:::::Jor FWD [::::;:I
to skip back-
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and forward.
. 6. PressSTOP to stop CD playback.
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is no disc in the CD
REPEATONE C- repeatthe
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currenttrack.
REPEATALLC :>- repeat the whole disc. .
SHUFFLE@ - play tracks randomly.
SHUFFLEREPEATCIW::::>- play random
track repeatedly.
compartment, "nd" will show on display.
Tip:
Youmaytry to movethe powercord in
order to improveth~ reception.
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1. Pressthe SET button until WAKE 1 /
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2 icon is blinking.
2. Press REV
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or FWD
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set the wake
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FWD [:::::0.
the WAKE time is set, press SET
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until
no icon
You may be woken up by WAKE 'If, RADIO'
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1. Select an AM or FM station.
2. Set wake time (see above directions).
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: time. The time decrements or increments
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. and hold either REV
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Waking by SelectedSource
Your digital clock operates on a 12 hour
standard mechanism.
3. Press WAKE
2 or WAKE
1 to select wak-
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ing up by WAKE <!t, RADIOd or CD O. :
Correspondingindicator will be up next
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to the selected setting.
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the alarm tone volume will increase
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: If youset the SLEEPfunction with low
. volume
level before
going to bed, we advise
: using WAKE <!t mode to wake you up since
be shown again. The radio or CD will turn
off when the preset time elapses. If you
decide to turn off the radio or CD sooner,
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press SNOOZE
or OFF.
4. When SLEEPisactivated again, the sleep
time will be the same as the one you have
setbefore.
Turningoff Alarm
Silence the alarm momentarily
PressSNOOZE.Thealarmwill soundagain:
when the snooze period is over. (See'
"Snooze
Alarm Operation").
5. PressSLEEPto read the remaining sleep
Stop the alarm
PressOFF.The alarm will sound on the'
following day at the sametime.
NapMode
Disable the alarm permanently
You can select your CD wake track by the'
following procedures.
This function wakes you up after a short
1. PressCANCEL.
period of time. Simply:
2. The WAKE indicator will be flashing.
1. PressWAKE UP CD TRACK.
1. PressNAP and release. The NAP indica-
2. While pressing, press
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PressNAPor follow "Turning off Alarm".
4. Adjust the volume by turning VOLUME.
: Theunitequipswith GRAD-U-WAKE
. feature,
range is from 1 minute to 2 hours.
3. Release SLEEPand the current time will
. time.
is blinking.
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Stopthe Napalarm
1. Pressand hold NAP to cancelthe nap'
setting.
: 1. Listen to CD or radio.
2. Only alarm soundcan be selected.
. 2. While holding SLEEP,pressREV o:::::Jor
3. Nap alarm is equipped with GRAD-U- .
. FWD [:::::0
to set the sleeptime. The time WAKEfeature.
ke
: Settingthe WAKETime
Sleep Mode
: In sleepmode,the radio or CD will turn
. off automatically. Simply:
REV
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or FWD
select your desired CDwake up track. .
Note:
Whenyou turn off the alarm by pressing'
OFF, the alarm will turn on at the same'
time tomorrow.
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tor will flash.
3. PressWAKE 1 or WAKE 2 within 3
During this period, adjust
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seconds to deactivate the corresponding'
alarm function permanently.
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NAP time by pressing REV
or FWD [:::::0.
Tip:
The range is from 10 minutes to 2 hours.
2. The clock will be shown after 5 seconds Youcan activate the
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if no button is pressed. The NAP indicator
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previouslyset alarm
time by pressingWAKE 1 or WAKE2.
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3. PressNAP once to show time left.
: its volume will automatically increase.
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11m: Snooze Alarm Operation
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This operation allows extra sleep time. after the alarm is on. The alarm will turn
. off by pressingSNOOZEuntil the snooze
period is over. Snoozefunction can be
. usedrepeatedlyup to 2 hours.After this,
. the alarmwill turn off until the nextalarm
conditionsare met.Setthe "quiet" period
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1. Pressand hold SNOOZE.
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REVo:::J or FWDr:::oto set the
"quiet" period (the default time is 9 min: utes) from 1 minute to 30 minutes. Re. leasethe button, then the "quiet" period
isset.
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The unit maydisplayin seconds.
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warranty covers:
Defectsin materialsor workmanship.
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1.Press
REVo:::Jor FWDr:::oto showsec2. Release
REV
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. Whatyour
Seconds Ti~e Display
long after your purchase:
Oneyear from date of purchase.
Thewarranty period for rental unitsbeginswith the first rental or 45 daysfrom date of shipmentto the'
. rental firm, whichevercomesfirst.
: What we will do:
. Provide you with a new, or at our option, a refurbishedunit. Theexchangeunit isunderwarranty for'
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to the hour and minute display.
Brightness control
Youcan adjustthe backlight by adjusting
the BRIGHTNESS switchat the backof
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the unit, there are two modes you may'
select from:
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High - Stronger Backlight.
Low- Weaker Backlight.
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.-: the remainderof the original product'swarranty period.
. Proofof purchasein the form of a bill of saleor receiptedinvoice which is evidence that the product
iswithinthe warrantyperiodmustbe presentedto obtainwarrantyservice.Forrental firms, proof of
first rental isalso required.
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. How to make a warranty claim:
. .Properlypack your unit. Includeany cables,etc., which were originally provided with the product.
: We recommendusingthe original carton and packingmaterials.
. Includeevidenceof purchasedate suchasthe bill of saie. Also print your nameand addressand a
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descriptionof the defect. Sendvia standard UPSor its equivalent to:
Thomson
Inc.
Product Exchange Center
11721 B Alameda Avenue
Socorro, Texas 79927
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Insureyour shipmentfor of lossor damage. Thomsonacceptsno liability in caseof damageor lossen .
to Thomson.
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Pay any charges
billed to you by the Exchange
Center for service not covered
by the warranty.
A new or refurbished unit will be shippedto you freight prepaid.
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. What your warranty does not cover:
Customerinstruction.(YourOwner'sManual providesinformationregardingoperatingInstructions'
. and usercontrols.Foradditionalinformation,askyourdealer.)
: .Installation
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and setup service adjustments.
Batteries.
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Damage
Products
from misuse or neglect.
which have been modified
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into other
products.
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Acts of nature, such as but not limited to lightning damage.
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Limitation of Warranty:
..w: .THEWARRANTYSTATEDABOVEISTHEONLYWARRANTYAPPLICABLETOTHISPRODUCT.ALL:
. OTHERWARRANTIES, EXPRESSOR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIESOF
: MERCHANTABILITY
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OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. NO .
. VERBAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION GIVEN BY THOMSON INC., ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES
. SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY.
. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
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. OF THE CONSUMER. THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL'
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DAMAGES
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ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES'
RESULTING
FROM
THE USE OF THIS
PRODUCT
OR ARISING
OUT
OF ANY
BREACH
: AND LIMITEDWARRANTYAREGOVERNEDJlYTHELAWSOF THESTATEOF INDI~NA.
OF
EXCEPT:
. TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE
LAW, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY
OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO
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. ThomsonMultimedia Ltd.warrants to the purchaseror gift recipient that if any manufacturing defect ..".
. becomesapparent in this product within 1yearfrom the original date of purchase,it will be replaced :Mi8
free of charge,including return transportation.
: This warranty does not include damage to the product resulting from accidents,misuseor leaking'
. batteries.
. Shouldyour product not perform properly during the warranty period, either:
1. Return it to the selling dealer with proof of purchasefor replacement,
OR
2. Removethe batteries(whereapplicable),and packproduct completewith accessories
in the original
carton (or equivalent). Mail prepaid (with proof of purchase)and insuredto:
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THEAPPLICABLE
WARRANTYPERIODSETFORTHABOVE.
: How state law relates to this warranty:
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Somestatesdo not allowthe exclusion
norlimitationof incidentalor consequential
damages,
or
limitations
onhowlonganimpliedwarrantylasts,sotheabovelimitationsorexclusions
maynotapply'
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. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also may have other rights that vary from state
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to state.
: If you purchased your product outside
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the USA:
Thiswarranty doesnot apply. Contactyour dealer for warranty information.
Thomson Multimedia
6200 Edwards Blvd"
Ltd.
Mississauga,
Canada
LST 2V7
Ontario
The provisionsof this written warranty are in addition to and not a modification of or subtractionfrom'
: the statutory warranties and other rights and remediescontained in any applicablelegislation,and to :
. the extent that any suchprovisionspurport to disclaim,excludeor limit any suchstatutory warranties.
. and other rights and remedies,suchprovisionsshall be deemedto beamendedto the extent necessary.
to complytherewith.
. If you are unableto find a qualified servicerfor out of warranty service,you maywrite to:
. ThomsonIne.
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P.O. Box 0944
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Indianapolis,
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Attach your salesreceiptto this booklet for future reference.This information is required if serviceis
neededduring the warranty period.
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PURCHASE
DATE
Indiana, U.S.A., 46206-0944
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