CR75PB - Vanden Borre

CR75PB - Vanden Borre
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ISTRUZIONI OPERATIVE
CZ POKYNY K OBSLUZE
E INSTRUCCIONES DE FUNCIONAMIENTO
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GB OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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PROJECTION ALARM CLOCK RADIO
RADIO-REVEIL AVEC PROJECTION DE L’HEURE
PROJECTIE WEKKERRADIO
RADIO SVEGLIA CON PROIEZIONE D’ORA
PROMÍTACÍ BUDÍK S RÁDIEM
RÁDIOBUDÍK S PROJEKCIOU
RADIO RELOJ ALARMA DE PROYECCIÓN
RÁDIO, RELÓGIO, ALARME E PROJECÇÃO
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CR75PB
NL HANDLEIDING
SK NÀVOD K OBSLUZE
P INSTRUÇÕES DE FUNCIONAMENTO
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (UK ONLY)
WARNINGS
For your safety please read the following information
This appliance
is intended for domestic household use only and
This appliance must be connected to a 230-240 volts 50 cycle AC supply by means of a three
should pin
not
be used for any other purpose or in any other
socket, and should be protected by a 3 amp fuse. Any other supply may cause permanent
application,
such
forhazard.
non-domestic use or in a commercial
damage, injury
or anas
electrical
The appliance is supplied with a standard 13 amp 3 pin plug fitted with a 3 amp fuse. Should
environment.
the fuse require
it must be replaced with
a fuse
rated at 3 amp
and approved
Prior to cleaning
orreplacement,
other maintenance,
the
appliance
must
be to
BS1362.
disconnected
from the supply mains.
If the mains plug is unsuitable for the socket outlet in your home or is removed for any other
The ventilation
should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings
reason, then the cut off plug should be disposed of safely to prevent the hazard of electric
with items,
such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
shock.
is a danger
of electricsuch
shock ifas
the lighted
cut off plug is
inserted into should
any 13 ampbe
socket
outlet. on the
No nakedThere
flame
sources,
candles,
placed
How to wire a 13 amp plug.
apparatus.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Ventilation
Allow at least a 10 cm gap all around the product.
Important
This apparatus
is not suitable for use in a tropical climate.
wires in the mains lead on this appliance are coloured in accordance with the following
BatteriesThe
(battery
pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to
code:
excessiveBlue
heat
such as sunshine, fire or the like.
– Neutral
To protect
the
environment, use local recycling facilities for battery
Brown
– Live
disposal.As the colours may not correspond with the markings identifying the terminals in your plug
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proceed as follows.
The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked N or coloured black.
SYMBOLS
The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked L or coloured red.
This equipment is double insulated and an earth connection is not required.
No wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or with
This mark is applied to show the equipment conforms to European safety and electro-magnetic
the earth standards.
symbol or
coloured green and yellow.
compatibility
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
2.
Water and moisture - The appliance should not be used near water; for example, near a
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3. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items,
such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
4. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
5. It shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
6. Do not place the product in closed bookcases or racks without proper ventilation.
7. Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
Precautions: Please ensure that you read and follow the handling and safety
precautions of this guide before attempting to use the projector clock.
Place this Magic Clock out of the reach of children and infants.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the equipment that is not
expressly described in this guide.
high-voltage electrical shock.
Disassembly or alteration may result in
Internal inspections, alterations and repairs should
be conducted by qualified service personnel only.
Never touch internal portions of the equipment which become exposed as a result
of damage.
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and the like.
or
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool,
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spilled into the enclosure through openings.
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1. Object and liquid entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not
There is a risk of high-voltage electrical shock.
Return it to the retail
store from where you purchased it.
Do not allow the equipment to come into contact with, or become immersed in water
or other liquids.
Do not use substances containing alcohol, benzene, thinners or other flammable
substances to clean or maintain the equipment.
Do not handle the power cord if your hands are wet.
Use of power sources, or batteries not expressly recommended for this equipment
may lead to overheating, malfunction of the equipment, fire, electrical shock or
other hazards.
Use only the recommended power source.
Do not place a naked flame source near or on this product.
Do not attempt to disassemble, alter or apply heat to the batteries.
Avoid using, placing or storing the equipment in places subject to strong sunlight or
high temperatures.
Exposure to intense sunlight and heat may cause the batteries
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temperatures may also cause deformation of the casing.
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to leak, overheat or explode, resulting in fire, burns or other injuries.
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Never place the projector clock close to electric motors or other equipment
cause malfunctions or corrupt image.
Do not place projector clock on places sensitive to vibrations or table edges.
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Do not look directly into the projector lens as doing this may permanently damage
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your sight.
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LOCATION
OF CONTROLS
1.
LED Digital Clock Display
12.
FM Antenna (located on back)
2.
Volume Control – Buzz On / Off
13.
Auto Indicator
3.
Tuning Control
14.
Battery Door (located on the base )
4.
Waveband Selector
15.
POWER Cord (located on back )
5.
Snooze Control
16.
Projection On/Off Selector switch (on left
6.
Alarm Set Button
7.
Time Set Button
17.
Projection Case
8.
Sleep Set Button
18.
Projection Lens
9.
Minute Set Button
19.
T Button
10.
Hour Set Button
20.
Focus Thumbwheel
11.
Power Selector
21.
M Button
22.
H Button
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Exposure to strong magnetic fields may
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generating strong electromagnetic fields.
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Do not store the equipment in humid or dusty area.
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1. Set the Power Selector (11) to”OFF”. Connect the mains lead to the power supply. The
displayed time is incorrect. Please note, the projection clock does not flash after a
all buttons)
3. Open the clock Battery Door (14) on the under side of the unit and insert a 6LR61 (or
equivalent) 9-volt battery. The purpose of this battery is to store the information relating to
alarm time and to keep the clock functioning in the event of disconnection from the mains
supply or power interruption. Should this occur, the clock would continue to keep time, but
the display will not illuminate.
PLEASE NOTE: When operating from battery, the clock will only remain accurate for a short
period of time. It is important that the mains supply is restored as soon as possible.
ALARM TIME SETTING
1.
Press and hold the Alarm Set Button (6) and repeatedly press the Hour Set Button (10)
then the Minute Set Button (9) as appropriate until the required alarm time is displayed.
(release all buttons)
2.
To double check the alarm time, simply press the Alarm Set Button (6) then the display will
show the pre-set alarm time.
RADIO OPERATION
For AM reception this unit uses an internal directional aerial, rotate the unit for best reception.
For FM reception, the wire FM Antenna (12) on the back of the unit should be fully unwound.
1. Set the Power Selector (11) to the “ON” position.
2. Set the Waveband Selector (4) to the required waveband. (AM or FM )
3. Use the Tuning Control (3) to select the desired station.
4. Adjust the Volume Control (2) to the desired listening level.
5. To turn off the radio, set the Power Selector (11) to”OFF”. If the radio does not switch off
this may be caused by inadvertent operation of the Sleep Set Button (8). To cancel this,
press the Snooze Button (5) once.
WAKE TO RADIO
Having selected your desired station and adjusted the desired listening level proceed as
follows: 1. Follow the instructions for “ALARM TIME SETTING” above.
2. When the desired alarm time has been set, set the Power Selector (11) on the “AUTO”
position.
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Button (10), or Minute Set Button (9), together, until the correct time is displayed. (Release
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2. To set the correct time, press and hold the Time Set Button (7) then press the Hour Set
or
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base clock display will flash on and off indicating a power interruption and that the
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SETTING THE MAIN CLOCK
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3. The radio will switch on automatically at the pre-set alarm time.
switching the Function Selector (11) to the “OFF” position.
1. Follow the instructions for “ALARM TIME SETTING” above.
2. When the desired alarm time has been selected, set the Function Selector (11) to the
“AUTO position.
3. Turn the Volume Control set (2) fully clockwise to select the BUZZ function. (When you
hear a “CLICK“ the function is active.)
4. The alarm tone will switch on automatically at the pre-set alarm time.
5. The alarm can be temporarily stopped for 9 minutes by pressing the Snooze Button (5)
once. This can be repeated up to 5 times.
6. The alarm will switch off automatically after 1 hour 59 minutes or can be cancelled by
switching the Power Selector (11) to the “OFF” position.
7. The alarm will activate again after 24 hours unless the Function Selector (11) is set to
“OFF”.
SLEEP TO RADIO
The radio can be set to switch off automatically after a period of time from 1 minute to 1 hour
and 59 minutes, by following this procedure:With all the controls pre-set in the “WAKE TO RADIO”, or the Function Selector (11) in the
“OFF” position, press simultaneously the Sleep Set Button (8) and the Minute Set Button (9),
or Hour Set Button (10) until the display shows the exact sleep time you wish the radio to play
before switch off. To switch off the radio before the end of the programmed sleep time period,
simply press the Snooze Button (5) once.
SETTING PROJECTION CLOCK
There are two separate clocks in this product.
THE LED DIGITAL CLOCK AND THE PROJECTION CLOCK MUST BE SET SEPARATELY.
1. Switch on the projection clock with the Projection On/Off Selector (16).
2. Hold the clock radio with the clock display face down and the projection clock hinged out to
face a dimly-lit wall opposite the projector.
Focus the projection clock with the FOCUS thumbwheel (20).
3. To set the HOURS, press and hold the Projection Time Set Button (19) then repeatedly
press the Projection Hour Set Button (22). Until the hour you require is displayed.
4. To set the MINUTES, press and hold the Projection Time Set Button (19) then repeatedly
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6. The alarm will activate again after 24 hours unless the Function Selector (11) is set to
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5. The alarm will switch off automatically after 1 hour 59 minutes or can be cancelled by
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once. This can be repeated up to 5 times.
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4. The alarm can be temporarily stopped for 9 minutes by pressing the Snooze Button (5)
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SPECIFICATIONS
AM 530-1600KHz
FM 88-108 Mhz
AC 230V~ 50Hz, 5W
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