Morphy Richards 28026 Operating instructions

MSF clock radio
with pillow speaker
28026
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Illustration
Locations of control
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2
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7
8
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10
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12
13
14
15
16
14
RC signal receiver
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Battery compartment
(located underneath the unit)
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Remote pillow speaker w/snooze
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button
Function switch
(on/off/auto)
Dial scale display
LCD display
Snooze/sleep off/weekend alarm
/daylight saving mode button
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Mode button
Alarm button
Tuning control
Band selector
Volume/buzzer
3
(when alarm on) control
Speaker
Forward (+) / RC signal receiving
mode button
Backward (-) / Show button
Sleep ON button
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Attention
Due to your clock radio operating by high precision software; an automatic reset
circuit is built in. In case of a software hang-up (ie. no display after power failure)
please unplug your unit from the mains and remove the back-up batteries, wait a few
minutes for the unit to discharge power completely. Then reapply the mains and refit
the back-up batteries.
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Lcd display format
Day-light saving time
(DST) indicator
pm/am
indicator
Weekdays
Enable RC
signal
Disable
RC signal
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
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CITY
PM
AM
Sa
2
Sleep
indicator
Real time, date & World
time display
World time city
name display
Electrical requirements
Check that the voltage on the rating plate of your clock radio corresponds
with your house electricity supply which must be A.C. (Alternating current).
For clock radios with fitted plug.
If the socket outlets in your home are not suitable for the plug supplied
with this appliance the plug should be removed and the appropriate one
fitted.
IMP0RTANT : THE PLUG REMOVED FROM THE MAINS LEAD, IF SEVERED,
MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH A BARED FLEXIBLE CORD IS
HAZARDOUS IF ENGAGED INTO A LIVE SOCKET OUTLET.
Should the fuse in the 13 amp mains plug require changing a 3 amp BS1362
fuse must be fitted.
The socket outlet should be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Daylight saving time (DST) means at summer time you add one hour to
standard time.
1 In manual mode, you can manually able or disable the DST function. Press the
mode button (8) 5 times. The unit will be in local time setting mode. Choose your
will
city eg LON then press the Snooze button (7) once. The DST symbol
appear and one hour will be added to your local time.
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3 Press the mode button (8) 6 times. The unit will be at world time setting mode.
Choose the city you want to review, e.g. LAX Los Angeles. Press the Snooze button
(7) once. The DST symbol will appear. One hour will be added onto the world time.
Please note that this action will only affect that particular time zone, i.e. LAX time. It
will not change your local real time, i.e. LON.
Battery back-up facility (unit will work without a battery being fitted)
1
Remove the battery compartment cover (located underneath the unit) by
pushing in the clip and lifting off.
2 Insert a 2 x AAA batteries and connect to terminals (Ensure batteries are inserted
correctly)
3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
Should a power interruption occur the clock will continue to run, however, time
keeping will not be accurate.
If the optional battery is not installed in case of the AC power failure, the clock will go
through the automatic msf setting. You will need to reset the alarm when power is
restored.
Battery back-up is designed to operate for a short period only.
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.
Radio controlled clock (automatic clock) operation
Once you plug in the power cable and install the back-up batteries in the battery
compartment (2).
1 All the segments go solid for 2 seconds (LCD panel back-light will come on
automatically).
2 The letters “LON” and the rc signal receiver symbol
will flash.
3 After a few seconds the display will show “— : — “ with the second section “00”.
4 When the RC signal has been received and decoded successfully, the second
section starts counting up. The real time clock is updated by the
signal which
goes solid and immediately switches to the Auto Run Mode.
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If the RC signal has not been received and decoded successfully
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Your unit will stay in “0:00” with all the symbols cleared and will stop receiving the
RC signal after 15 minutes.
Press the mode button (8) once to switch the unit into self quartz oscillation Auto
Run Mode. Please refer to the SETTING THE TIME AND DATE IN REAL TIME
SECTION to set the clock manually. (The date and time is defaulted to 2 January
2003 0:00).
If you wish to receive the RC signal again, press the RC signal receiving mode
button (14) to start receiving the signal.
Press the RC signal receiving button (14) to change the RC signal receiving mode
accordingly.
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2
When the
When the
12:00 only.
symbol flashes you will start receiving the RC signal
symbol clears your unit will start receiving the RC signal at 0:00 or
NOTE:
a) In order to get a clear, accurate RC signal, your clock requires several minutes for
receiving. This is normal.
b) Please do not place the RC signal receiver (1) near any electronic or electrical
products to avoid any interference (e.g. TV set, computer, refrigerator etc).
Clock operation (operate without RC signal)
Your clock is designed to operate by either synchronizing with the RC signal or
built-in quartz oscillation, which means your clock can always be working even after
you have left the RC signal transmitting area.
Weak or no RC signal is detected:
When there is a weak RC signal (not enough for synchronizing), the “0:00” will
appear. Please set the clock manually. (Please refer to the clock setting section).
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View your clock functions with mode button
Your clock is designed to view its varied functions by pressing mode button (8)
Please see below chart for reference:
Auto run (real time) mode
Review the world time
Set clock (real time)
Set City (real time)
Set Date (real time)
set alarm 2
Set alarm 1
NOTE: When no button has been pressed for 15 seconds and is not in auto run mode
your unit will switch back into auto run mode automatically.
Setting the time and date for real time
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Press the mode button (8) and the current real time will be flashing.
Press forward button (14) or backward button (15) to change the setting by 1
minute per step. Press and hold the forward or backward button (for
approximately 3 seconds) to change the setting in fast mode of 10 minutes per
step.
Press the mode button (8) again to confirm the current setting and enter into the
date setting mode.
Press the forward button (14) or backward button (15) to change the setting by
1 day per step. Fast setting as above. (The date will be flashing in the LCD when
setting).
Press mode button (8) 3 times to confirm the current setting and enter into real
time city setting mode. Press the forward button (14) or the backward button
(15) to change the setting.
Press mode button (8) several times to return to auto run mode.
The clock will reset itself to the correct time at the following times 12:00, 01:00,
02:00 and 03:00 when in auto mode.
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Reviewing / setting the alarm 1 and alarm 2
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To review/set the alarm 1 time by pressing the mode button (8) three times and
the previous alarm setting will appear (the time and week days will be flashing).
2 Press the alarm (on/off) button (9) to enable/disable alarm.
The alarm enable symbol 1 will appear if you have activated the Alarm 1.
3 Press the weekend alarm (on/off) button (7) to enable/disable the weekend
alarm off function (5 of the weekday indicators Mo-Fr) will appear when the
weekend alarm off function was enabled and 7 of the weekday indicators (Su-Sa)
will appear when the weekend alarm off function is disabled).
4 Press the forward button (14) or backward button (15) to change the setting by
1 minute per step. Press and hold the forward or backward key (for
approximately 3 seconds) to change in fast mode 10 minutes per step.
5 Press the mode button (8) once to enter into the alarm 2 setting mode, the
current setting is confirmed or if no key is pressed for 15 seconds it will return to
real time with the current setting confirmed.
6 Repeat the above setting process for Alarm 1 (step 2 – step 6) to set alarm 2. (The
alarm enable symbol 2 will appear if you have activated alarm 2).
7 Press the mode button (8) several times until it returns to auto run mode. Then
turn the function switch (4) to ‘auto’ position.
8 Turn the volume/buzzer (12) to select between wake up by buzzer alarm or radio.
Select your desired radio station by using the tuning knob (10) and band
selector (11) and desired volume by volume control (12) if you wish to wake up
by radio
Note:
(a) The alarm 1 and alarm 2 can only be activated and cancelled at the alarm setting
mode by pressing the alarm button (9).
(b) The duration period for the buzzer alarm or radio is 59 minutes.
Setting the world time
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Press the mode button (8) six times to enter into the world time setting mode.
(The current world time setting will appear and the world city will flash)
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2
Press the forward button (14) or backward button (15) to change the setting by
1 zone per step.
3 Press the snooze button (7) to enable (or disable) the daylight saving function.
symbol will become solid.
When daylight saving is enabled the
4 Press mode button (8) once to return to the auto run mode with the current
setting confirmed or if no key is pressed for 15 seconds, the unit will return to the
auto run mode automatically with the current setting confirmed as valid.
Note:
(a) Please refer to page 11 (reference 2) for the details between city names and
abbreviations.
(b) For the detailed 24 hour world time zone, please refer to page 11 (reference 3).
When alarm is active
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When any alarm is activated the buzzer or radio, press the snooze button (7) and
the buzzer/radio will be turned off temporarily for approximately 9 minutes and the
1 and/or 2 symbol will flash. (The duration of the snooze function is 59 minutes).
2 To disable the alarm for at least 24 hours press alarm button (9). (The alarm
button can also disable the snooze function).
Note:
(a) When the sleep mode, alarm 1, alarm 2 collides the latest has priority.
(b) As the alarm is activated, the sleep mode, if set, is terminated immediately.
(c) If set to radio alarm ensure that your desired programme will be transmitted at the
alarm time.
Wake to pillow speaker
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Set the desired alarm time as mentioned.
Plug in the pillow speaker (3) into the jack at the back of the clock. Buzzer or
radio will sound to wake you at the preset time. Press the snooze button on the
pillow speaker or the main unit until the alarm is disabled.
To turn the pillow speaker (3) off, slide the function switch (4) to the ‘off’ position
or press the alarm set/off button (9).
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Radio operation
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To turn the radio on, slide the function switch (4) to the on position.
Slide the band selector (11) to your desired waveband FM or MW.
Adjust the volume control (12) to the desired level.
Turn the tuning knob (10) to select your desired station.
To turn off the radio, slide the function switch (4) to off position.
Sleep to radio
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To activate the sleep function press sleep button (16). (The sleep function works
on auto run mode with the function switch (4) not set to on position.
As the sleep function is being activated, the
symbol will be shown on the
display and the previous setting of sleep duration will appear for at least 2
seconds. (The default setting of sleep function is 1 hour).
To change the duration of the sleep mode, press forward button (14) or
backward button (15) whilst the sleep duration is shown on the display. (The
sleep function duration can be set within 1 minute to 1 hour 59 minutes.)
The sleep function will be terminated when any of the following events happen:
press snooze button (7) once
move the function switch (4) to the on position
when any alarm is active (buzzer alarm or radio was activated by the alarm)
Auto alternate display (show function)
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When at the auto run mode, press the show button (15) to select between
showing the real time only, real time with world time, real time with date, real time
with world time and date. The symbol “— —“ will appear when the display is set
to show the real time only.
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Note:
(a) The symbol “— W” will appear when the display is set to show the real time
and world time with city name.
(b) The symbol “D—“ will appear when the display is set to show the real time and the
date.
(c) The symbol “D W” will appear when the display is set to show all information.
(d) The display will change showing for each information after approximately 2
seconds.
Maintenance
Do not expose your clock radio to extremes of temperature. The product should
be kept in a warm environment free from dust and damp. For external cleaning
use only a soft, clean, damp cloth. Use of detergents may damage the finish.
Technical specification
AC Power supply
Battery back-up
Radio
:
:
:
:
230v AC
50Hz
2 x AAA (not provided)
FM 88Mhz - 108Mhz
MW 540Khz - 1600Khz
Warning labels
WARNING: to reduce the risk of electric shock, do not expose this
appliance to rain or moisture.
ATTENTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the cover.
There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit. Refer any servicing to
qualified personnel.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within the triangle is a warning
sign alerting the user of ‘dangerous voltage’ inside the unit.
The exclamation point within the triangle is a warning sign alerting the
user of important instructions accompanying the product.
To prevent fire or shock hazard do not expose this apparatus to dripping and splashing.
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Reference 2
World city name with abbreviation
Abb
Time diff
City
LON
0.00
London
MUN
+1.00
Munich
CAI
+2.00
Cairo
MOW +3.00
Moscow
DXB
+4.00
Dubai
KHI
+5.00
Karachi
DAC
+6.00
Dhaka
BKK
+7.00
Bangkok
HKG
+8.00
Hong Kong
TYO
+9.00
Tokyo
SYD
+10.00
Sydney
NOU
+11.00
Noumea
Abb
WLG
-11
HNL
ANC
LAX
DEN
CHI
NYC
CCS
RIO
-2H
-1H
Time diff
+12.00
-11.00
-10.00
-9.00
-8.00
-7.00
-6.00
-5.00
-4.00
-3.00
-2.00
-1.00
City
Wellington
(GMT –11)
Honolulu
Anchorage
Los Angeles
Denver
Chicago
New York
Caracas
Rio de Janeiro
(GMT –2)
(GMT –1)
Reference 3
+12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23
-12 -11 -10 -9 -8
Vancouver
-4
-3 -2
+1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7
-1
London
New York
Madrid
+8 +9 +10 +11
-23 -22 -21 -20 -19 -18 -17 -16 -15 -14 -13
Berlin
Chicago
Los Angeles
Hawaii
-7 -6 -5
Paris
Rome
Moscow
Beijing
Hong Kong
Tokyo
Mexico
Sydney
Santiago
Buenos Aires
Perth
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Guarantee
Morphy Richards products are manufactured to internationally accepted quality standards. In addition to your statutory rights, Morphy Richards guarantee your product to be
free from manufacturing and component defects for a period of TWO YEARS from date
of purchase.
If your product proves to be defective within 28 days of purchase, your Morphy Richards
dealer from whom the product was purchased will be pleased to replace it free of charge.
Should your product develop a defect within the guarantee period but after the replacement period, please return the product to the following address, together with the
proof of purchase, brief details of the symptoms and your own name and address.
After Sales Division
Morphy Richards Limited
Talbot Road
Mexborough
South Yorkshire
S64 8AJ
Your post office will provide a certificate of posting. The product will be repaired
and returned to you promptly.
If you need any further advice, please call our Helpline
on: 0870 060 2614 (Mon-Fri)
Morphy Richards Website: www.morphyrichards.co.uk
446/8001/94 Rev 2
Morphy Richards Ltd, Talbot Road, Mexborough, S64 8AJ
Morphy Richards products are intended for household use only.
Morphy Richards has a policy of continuous improvement in product quality and design.
The company, therefore reserves the right to change the specification of its models at any time.