RCA RP3765 User's Manual

RCA RP3765 User's Manual
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FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
Also, the Federal Communications Commission
has prepared a helpful booklet, "How To
Identify and Resolve Radio TV Interference
Problems." This booklet is available from the
U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,
DC 20402. Please specify stock number 004-00000345-4 when ordering copies.
For Your Safety
Service Information
For Your Records
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.
CAUTION: FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION
AGAINST RISK OF FIRE, REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME
TYPE FUSE.
The AC power plug is polarized
(one blade is wider than the
other) and only fits into AC
power outlets one 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. Do not attempt
to bypass this safety feature.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Technical Specification
Product: Clock Radio with CD player
Brand: RCA
Model: RP3765
Electrical Consumption
Power Supply: 120V~60Hz
Power Consumption: 22 Watts
IMPORTER
Comercializadora Thomson de México, S.A. de
C.V.
Álvaro Obregón No. 151. Piso 13.
Col. Roma. Delegación Cuauhtémoc
C.P. 06700. México, D.F.
Telefono: 52-55-11-020360
RFC: CTM-980723-KS5
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:
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Table of Contents
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Operating the Radio ................... 12
FCC information
Battery Back-Up Operation .......... 2
Power Failure Indicator ..................... 2
General Controls ........................... 3
Front view ...........................................
Bottom view .......................................
Top view ..............................................
Back view ............................................
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Using the Weather Band .................
TV Band .............................................
Antennas ...........................................
Tuning the Stations ..........................
Setting the Preset Radio Stations ...
Automatic Radio Station Search .....
Selecting the Preset Radio
Stations ..............................................
Overwriting the Preset Radio
Stations ..............................................
Deleting the Preset Radio Stations
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The Display .................................... 5
Clock Display ....................................... 5
Wake 1 and Wake 2 Display ............. 5
Before You Begin .......................... 6
Automatic Time Set ...........................
Daylight Saving ..................................
Setting Time Zone ..............................
U.S. Time Zone (Figure 1) ..................
Canadian Time Zone (Figure 2) ........
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Setting the Clock .......................... 8
Setting Clock ....................................... 8
Operating Wake Timer ................. 9
Setting the Wake Time ...................... 9
Selectng Wake Mode ......................... 9
Waking to CD ..................................... 9
Waking to Radio .............................. 10
Waking to Alarm Tone .................... 11
Turning off Alarm ............................ 11
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Operating the CD Player ............ 15
Listening to Compact Disc ............... 15
Selecting Play Mode ........................ 15
Alarm Settings ............................ 16
Setting Sleep Time ...........................
Sleep to Radio ..................................
Sleep to CD .......................................
Viewing Remaining Time ................
Nap Mode .........................................
Stopping the Nap Alarm .................
Cancelling the Nap Alarm ...............
Snooze ...............................................
Auto Brightness ................................
Backlight Color Select ......................
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Care and Maintenance ............... 18
U.S. Limited Warranty ................ 19
Canadian Limited Warranty ....... 21
Battery Back-Up Operation
This clock radio is equipped with a
memory holding system that can be
powered with 2 “AA” batteries
(included). The power failure protection
circuit will not operate unless battery is
installed.
When normal household power is
interrupted, or the AC line cord is
unplugged, the batteries will power the
clock radio to keep track of time and
alarm settings programmed into
memory. When the battery backup
functions, the digital display will not
light, however, the function of alarm still
occurs during the power interruption if
the remaining battery power is
adequate. Normal operation will resume
after AC power is restored so you will
not have to reset the time or the alarm.
Install batteries as follow:
1. Unlock the battery compartment door
(located at the bottom of the radio) by
sliding the tab away from the door.
2. Remove the battery compartment door.
3. Insert 2 “AA” batteries.
4. Replace the compartment door and
slide the tab to lock battery
compartment.
Power Failure Indicator
When the AC power is interrupted
(disconnected) for a short period of time,
both time and alarm settings will change
(unless optional battery is installed).
After the AC power is restored
(reconnected), the Digital Display will
blink to indicate that power was
interrupted and you should readjust the
time and alarm settings.
The descriptions and characteristics in this owner’s manual are for the purpose 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 on all product and operational details should
any discrepancies arise in other languages.
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General Controls
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EASY SET CLOCK / DIGITAL RADIO
CD
TR A
CK/STATIO
N
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
OFF
RECALL
MEMO/SET
VOLUME
+
RADIO ON / BAND
Front view
WAKE UP CD TRACK / STATION- sets
the wake up radio station or CD track.
- selects repeat 1 / repeat all /
shuffle / repeat shuffle in CD mode.
- skips / searches backward.
- starts / pauses CD playback.
- skips / searches forward.
- stops CD playback.
OFF - turns off the radio / alarm / CD
RECALL - recalls available preset radio
stations.
MEMO/SET - sets and stores preset
memory in radio mode.
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Bottom view
SNOOZE - turns off the alarm
momentarily.
VOLUME - - decreases volume.
VOLUME + - increases volume.
RADIO ON/BAND- turns on the radio /
changes radio band.
TIME ZONE 1. 2. 3. 4. - Slide to select
different time zone.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME - Press to turn
on / off the Daylight Saving function
General Controls
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CLOCK/WA
KE
COLOR SELECT
NAP
SLEEP
REV.
SET
FWD
T
A
R
S
EN O
S
ER
WAKE 2
NT
TH
CANCEL
INS
WAKE 1
WEA
OPEN/CLOSE
ON
OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
Top view
v
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OPEN / CLOSE - opens / closes the CD
compartment.
WAKE 1 - activates WAKE 1 setting,
press repeatedly to cycle wake mode:
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v
v
CANCEL - cancels WAKE setting.
WAKE 2 - activates WAKE 2 setting,
press repeatedly to cycle wake mode:
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NAP - sets the alarm to sound after a
specific period of time. (Alarm tone only)
SLEEP - activates SLEEP function.
Back view
SET CLOCK / WAKE - sets clock time
and wake setting..
REV / FWD - change time / radio
frequency / CD track
INSTANT WEATHER - recalls available
weather stations.
COLOR SELECT - Press to toggle among
4 backlight colors.
AUTO BRIGHTNESS - Turns on / off the
auto brightness function.
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The Display
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CH
TV Wx AM
FM
AM
PM
Clock Display
Wake 1 and Wake 2 Display
WAKE 1
In clock setting mode.
Nap activated.
WAKE 2
Sleep activated.
In AM radio band.
AM
/ /
In FM radio band.
FM
/ /
In TV radio band.
TV
/
In Weather radio band.
Wx
/
MHz/kHz Radio frequency unit.
/
In CD mode.
CD
AM
Repeats the current track.
PM
Repeats the whole disc.
Plays tracks randomly.
Plays random track repeatedly.
In CD mode, displays track
number.
No disc detected.
In radio mode, displays
memory recall number.
Displays when the alarm radio
station is set.
Daylight saving.
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In wake 1 setting
mode.
In wake 2 setting
mode.
Wake 1 source.
Wake 2 source.
Wake to CD.
Wake to alarm tone.
Wake to radio.
AM time indicator.
PM time indicator.
Wake or clock time.
Before You Begin
Automatic Time Set
Setting Time Zone
You do not have to set the clock time as
a built-in automatic time set system is
equipped in this clock powered by 2 X
AA batteries (included). All you have to
do is to plug this clock for power and
current time will be shown automatically.
Before plugging in for power, follow
the steps below to select time zone.
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You may slide the time
zone selector at the
1. 2. 3. 4.
bottom of the clock to
Eastern (1), Central (2),
mountain (3) or Pacific (4).
Daylight Saving
You can press and hold DAYLIGHT
SAVING TIME
at the bottom of
the unit to turn on / off the Daylight
Saving function in areas observing / not
observing such time change.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Refer to Figure 1 for U.S. Time Zone
details.
Refer to Figure 2 for Canadian Time
Zone details.
WARNING: Please avoid playing with
these buttons after entering the
Clock/Alarm set mode.
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Before You Begin
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U.S. Time Zone (Figure 1)
Canadian Time Zone (Figure 2)
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Setting the Clock
This unit has a built-in automatic time
set system that automatically generates
the correct clock time once the unit is
plugged in. You are not required to set
the clock manually, however, in case
the memory holding batteries are
accidentally removed, you may set the
clock manually with following
procedures:
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Note:
The clock is in 12 hour
format. The AM and PM
indicators will light to
show am and pm time
respectively.
Setting Clock
1. Be sure Time Zone and Daylight Saving
Time is adjusted before operating the
clock.
2. Press SET CLOCK/WAKE repeatedly
until the clock setting icon
is displayed.
3. Press REV or FWD to set the time. Press
and hold the respective buttons
to fast reverse or fast forward clock
time.
4. Clock time will automatically be
saved if no buttons are pressed after
a few seconds. You can also press SET
CLOCK/WAKE once to save your setting and return to standby mode.
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Operating the Wake Timer
Setting the Wake Time
Waking to CD
1. Press SET CLOCK/WAKE repeatedly until WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 icon shows on the
display.
2. Press REV or FWD to set the wake time.
The time decrements or increments will
follow by a faster rate when you press
and hold either REV or FWD.
3. Press SET CLOCK/WAKE repeatedly to
exit setting wake time mode. Or else
the unit will exit setting wake time
mode when no button is pressed within
5 seconds.
When the waking to CD is selected,
icon will light.
You can select your CD wake up track by
the following procedures.
Note:
The unit equips with GRADU-WAKE feature, the
alarm tone volume will
increase gradually to its maximum in
about 30 to 45 seconds.
Selecting Wake Mode
1. In CD mode, while pressing WAKE UP
CD TRACK / STATION, press REV or
FWD to select your desired CD wake
up track.
2. Release WAKE UP CD TRACK / STATION, and the CD wake up track is set.
3. To reset the CD wake up track, follow
the above procedures and set the CD
wake up track to 1.
v
v
To change to another wake mode (e.g.
from CD to radio), simply press WAKE 1
or WAKE 2 repeatedly to scroll through
wake options.
Attention:
When the AC power is
disconnected, the unit will
enter DC backup mode, all
wake mode will be
reverted to alarm tone.
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/
to turn on the CD.
1. Press
2. Set the wake time.
3. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to select wak/
will light according up by CD,
ingly.
4. Press VOLUME + / - to adjust to your
desired wake up volume.
5. Press OFF to stop the CD playback.
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selected.
Note:
If the CD compartment is
empty, the alarm tone will
sound instead even the
WAKE TO CD mode is
Operating the Wake Timer
Waking to RADIO
When the waking to radio is selected,
/
icon will light.
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio.
2. Set the wake time .
3. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to select
waking up by RADIO
/
will light
accordingly..
4. Press VOLUME + / - to adjust to your
desired wake up volume.
5. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
You can select your wake up radio
station by the following procedures.
You can cancel your wake up radio
station by the following procedures.
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1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio.
2. Press RECALL repeatedly to select the
wake up radio station.
3. Press and hold MEMO/SET to cancel the
wake up radio station.
Note:
“AL” refers to the Alarm
Station. If no WAKE
STATION is set, the wake
up radio station will stay at
your last listening radio station.
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio and select the band.
2. Press REV or FWD to tune to your desired radio station.
3. Press and hold WAKE UP CD TRACK /
STATION to store the current radio station as the wake up radio station.
will show on the display.
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Operating the Wake Timer
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Waking to Alarm Tone
Turning off Alarm
When waking to alarm tone is selected,
/
icon will light.
You cannot adjust the alarm tone with
volume.
1. Silence the alarm momentarily
Tip:
If you set the SLEEP
function with low volume
level before going to bed,
we advise using Waking to
Alarm Tone mode to wake you up
since the volume will automatically
increase.
Note:
Whenever the unit is in
wake up setting mode and
wake up on mode, the
backlight color will changed
into red, regardless of the previously
set backlight color.
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Press SNOOZE. The alarm will sound
again when the snooze period is over.
(see “Snooze” section).
2. Stop the alarm
Press OFF and the alarm will be on again
the following day at the same time.
3. Disable the alarm permanently
1. Press CANCEL.
2. The WAKE 1 / / or WAKE 2 / /
icon will flash, while it is flashing, press
WAKE 1 or WAKE 2 to cancel the
alarm. Corresponding WAKE indicator
will disappear.
3. To activate the alarm again, press
WAKE 1 or WAKE 2, and the WAKE
indicator will appear, the previous preset time remains unchanged.
Note:
You can activate the
previous wake settings by
pressing WAKE 1 or
WAKE 2
2.
Operating the Radio
Using the Weather Band
TV Band
Weather information is given
continuously from U.S. Government
Weather Stations on frequencies from
162.4MHz to 162.55MHz.
The Weather transmission, broadcast 24
hours a day, are taped messages that are
repeated every 4 to 6 minutes and
revised and updated as needed to match
the changing weather conditions. For
additional information, check your
location office of the National Weather
Service (Department of Commerce).
CH 2-13 are available for TV Band.
1. Press RADIO ON / BAND to access TV
Bands.
2. Press REV or FWD to select among the
TV channels.
3. TV will light and the channel number
will show on the display.
1. Press INSTANT WEATHER to access
Weather Bands with strong signals to
the unit.
2. Press REV or FWD to select among the
7 weather channels.
3. Wx will light and the channel number
will show on the display.
Weather Band
ch 1 162.400 MHz
ch 2 162.425 MHz
ch 3 162.450 MHz
ch 4 162.475 MHz
ch 5 162.500 MHz
ch 6 162.525 MHz
ch 7 162.550 MHz
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IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT:
The listening range of
NOAA weather stations
varies from 10 miles up to a
maximum of 40 miles from the
station’s transmitter. In some areas
of the United States, weather
transmissions cannot be monitored.
The effective range of this radio
will have side variations due to the
height of the local transmitting
antenna, atmospheric conditions, and
the terrain between the transmitter
and your radio’s location.
TV Band
ch 2 59.75 MHz
ch 3 65.75 MHz
ch 4
ch 5
ch 6
ch 7
ch 8
71.75 MHz
81.75 MHz
87.75 MHz
179.75 MHz
185.75 MHz
ch 9 191.75 MHz
ch 10 197.75 MHz
ch 11 203.75 MHz
ch 12 209.75 MHz
ch 13 215.75 MHz
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Operating the Radio
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Antennas
Tuning the Stations
FM antenna - The power cord acts as
your FM antenna. It picks up moderate
to strong radio 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.
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND (located on the
front of the radio) to turn on the radio.
2. Press RADIO ON/BAND repeatedly to
select the desired broadcast band.
3. Press REV or FWD to tune to your
desired radio station.
4. Press VOLUME + / - to adjust to your
desired listening level.
AM Antenna - A built-in ferrite rod
antenna eliminates the need for an
outside antenna for AM reception.
Rotating the unit slightly may improve
reception of distant AM stations.
Tip:
“UP” will show briefly
on the display when
you press VOLUME+
VOLUME+.
When you press and hold
VOLUME+ until the maximum
volume is reached, ”UP” will
flash on the display.
“dn” will show briefly on the
display when you press
VOLUMEVOLUME-. When you press
and hold VOLUME- until the
minimum volume is reached,
”dn” will flash on the display.
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Operating the Radio
Setting the Preset Radio
Stations
Automatic Radio Station
Search
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio.
2. Press RADIO ON/BAND to change the
broadcast band.
3. Press REV or FWD to tune to your desired radio station.
4. If you want to memorize this radio station, press MEMO/SET once, and then
press RECALL repeatedly to choose the
radio station number you want to
record in.
5. Press MEMO/SET again to confirm.
6. If you set the radio station in the AL
location, it will be the wake up radio
station of the alarm.
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND (located on the
front of the radio) to turn on the radio.
2. Press and hold REV or FWD for 2 seconds, it will automatically search a radio station for you.
Note:
This unit can store up to 11
preset radio stations, while
AL location is for the wake
up radio station.
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Selecting the Preset Radio
Stations
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio.
2. Press RECALL repeatedly to select your
desired preset radio station.
Overwriting the Preset Radio
Stations
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND to turn on the
radio.
2. Press REV or FWD to tune to your desired preset radio station.
3. Press MEMO/SET once and then press
RECALL repeatedly to choose the radio station number you want to overwrite.
4. Press MEMO/SET again to confirm.
Deleting the Preset Radio
Stations
1. Press RECALL repeatedly to select your
preset radio station you want to delete.
2. Press and hold MEMO/SET for 3 seconds to delete the selected preset radio station.
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Operating the CD Player
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EASY SET CLOCK / DIGITAL RADIO
CD
TR A
CK/STATIO
N
OFF
RECALL
MEMO/SET
VOLUME
+
RADIO ON / BAND
Listening to Compact Disc
Selecting Play Mode
1. Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the CD compartment.
2. Insert a disc, press OPEN/CLOSE to close
the CD compartment door.
3. Press
.
4. Press VOLUME + / - to adjust to your
desired listening level.
5. Press
or
to skip backward or forward the CD track.
or
to search back6. Press and hold
ward or forward within the CD track.
7. Press
to stop CD playback.
1. Start CD playback.
2. Press
to toggle between differ-
ent play modes.
- repeats the current track.
- repeats the whole disc.
- plays tracks randomly.
- plays random track repeatedly.
Attention:
The unit only supports 5”
CD, 3” CD may not be
played properly.
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Alarm Settings
Setting Sleep Time
Sleep to CD
In sleep mode, the radio and CD will turn
off automatically. To set the sleep time,
simply:
1. Press SLEEP, then the time display will
exhibit 0:59 and the radio will turn on
(default). While holding SLEEP, press
REV or FWD to set the sleep time. The
time range is from 1 minute to 2 hours
(default is 0:59).
2. Release SLEEP and the current time will
will show on the
be shown again,
display, and the sleep time is set.
1. Under sleep mode, press
to start
CD playback.
2. CD play mode will be automatically in
Repeat All mode when using Sleep to
CD setting.
3. The unit will turn off automatically once
the sleep time is reached.
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Viewing Remaining Time
Press SLEEP to read the remaining
sleep time.
Sleep to Radio
Tip:
1. Under sleep mode, press RADIO ON /
BAND to turn on the radio.
2. Sleep radio station will automatically
switch to the current radio station, you
may select the radio station as usual.
3. Once the sleep time is reached, the radio will turn off automatically.
If you decide to turn off the
unit sooner, press SNOOZE
or OFF
OFF.
You can reset to sleep to a different
radio station, simply:
Tip:
When the sleep mode is
activated again, the sleep
time will be the same as the
one you have set before.
1. Press RADIO ON/BAND.
2. Press REV or FWD to tune to the radio
station you want to sleep to.
Tip:
The unit will enter either CD or
Radio mode after SLEEP is
pressed, depending on the previous
sleep setting.
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Alarm Settings
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Nap Mode
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
disturbing the regular alarm settings, the
NAP function wakes you up after a short
period of time. Simply:
1. Press NAP, the NAP indicator will flash.
While the NAP indicator is flashing,
press REV or FWD to adjust nap time.
The time range is from 10 minutes to 2
hours at 10 minutes interval (default is
20 minutes).
2. Wait 3 seconds or press NAP again to
confirm, the NAP indicator will show
on the display.
3. Press NAP once to show time left, after
3 seconds, the display will return to
clock time.
Snooze
This operation allows extra sleep time
after the alarm is on. The alarm will be
off by pressing SNOOZE until the snooze
period is over. Snooze function can be
used repeatedly up to 2 hours. After this,
the alarm will turn off until the next
alarm conditions are met. Set the
“quiet” period as follow:
1. While pressing SNOOZE, press REV or
FWD to set the “quiet” period (the
default time is 9 minutes) from 1 minute
to 30 minutes. Release SNOOZE, then
the “quiet” period is set.
Auto Brightness
Cancelling the Nap Alarm
Slide the AUTO BRIGHTNESS switch
at the back of the unit to the
ON position. The brightness of the LCD
display will vary automatically according
to the environment.
Slide to the OFF position, the display will
remain at its brightest level.
Press and hold NAP for 5 seconds to
cancel the nap setting.
Backlight Color Select
ON
Stopping the Nap Alarm
When the NAP alarm sounds, you can
press OFF to stop it.
Tip:
Only alarm tone can be selected in NAP mode.
OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
You can choose among 4 different
backlight color - green, blue, amber and
white.
1. Before a specific color is set, the backlight color will keep changing.
Color Select
at the back
2. Press Color Select
of the unit to toggle among different
backlight color.
3. If the AC power and backup batteries
are removed, the 4 backlight colors will
starting changing again once the AC
power is resumed.
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Care and Maintenance
Handling Compact Discs
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• Do not touch the signal surfaces. Hold by the edges, or by one edge and the hole.
• Do not affix labels or adhesive tape to the label surfaces. Also, do not scratch or damage the
label.
• Discs rotate at high speeds inside the player. Do not use damaged (cracked or warped) discs.
Cleaning Compact Discs
• Dirty discs can cause poor sound quality. Always keep discs clean by wiping them gently with a
soft cloth from the inner edge toward the outer perimeter.
• If a disc becomes dirty, wet a soft cloth in water, wring it out well, wipe the dirt away gently,
and then remove any water drops with a dry cloth.
• Do not use record cleaning sprays or anti-static agents on discs. Also, never clean discs with
benzene, thinner, or other volatile solvents which may cause damage to the disc surface.
CD Lens Care
When your CD lens gets dirty it can also cause the unit to output poor sound quality. To clean the
lens you will need to purchase a CD lens cleaner which can maintain the output sound quality. For
instructions on cleaning the CD lens, refer to the ones accompanying the lens care.
Cleaning the Exterior
Prior to cleaning the exterior, be sure to unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet. Wipe
the exterior with a soft, clean, and slightly water-dampened cloth.
Precautions
• Never open the cabinet under any circumstances. Any repairs or internal adjustments should be
made only by a trained technician.
• Warning: Never operate this product with the cabinet removed.
• The CD player of this unit uses a laser to read the music on the disc. The laser mechanism
corresponds to the cartridge and stylus of a record player. Although this product incorporates a
laser pick-up lens, it is completely safe when operated according to directions.
• Discs rotate at high speed inside the player. Do not use damaged, warped or cracked discs.
• Do not touch the pick-up lens which is located inside the disc compartment. Also, to keep dust
from collecting on the pick-up lens, do not leave the compartment door open for an extended
period of time.
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U.S. Limited Warranty
EN
What your warranty covers:
• Defects in materials or workmanship.
For how long after your purchase:
• One year from date of purchase.
The warranty period for rental units begins with the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the
rental firm, whichever comes first.
What we will do:
• Provide you with a new, or at our option, a refurbished unit. The exchange unit is under warranty for
the remainder of the original product’s warranty period.
• Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice which is evidence that the product
is within the warranty period must be presented to obtain warranty service. For rental firms, proof of
first rental is also required.
How to make a warranty claim:
• Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc., which were originally provided with the product.
We recommend using the original carton and packing materials.
• Include evidence of purchase date such as the bill of sale. Also print your name and address and a
description of the defect. Send via standard UPS or its equivalent to:
Thomson Inc.
Product Exchange Center
11721 B Alameda Avenue
Socorro, Texas 79927
• Insure your shipment for of loss or damage. Thomson accepts no liability in case of damage or loss en
route to Thomson.
• Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange Center for service not covered by the warranty.
• A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you freight prepaid.
What your warranty does not cover:
• Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual provides information regarding operating Instructions
and user controls. For additional information, ask your dealer.)
• Installation and set-up service adjustments.
• Batteries.
• Damage from misuse or neglect.
• Products which have been modified or incorporated into other products.
• Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.
• Acts of nature, such as but not limited to lightning damage.
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U.S. Limited Warranty
Limitation of Warranty:
• THE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY 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
OF THE CONSUMER. THOMSON INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
AND LIMITED WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 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
THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
How state law relates to this warranty:
• Some states do not allow the exclusion nor limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply
to you.
• This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also may have other rights that vary from state
to state.
If you purchased your product outside the USA:
This warranty does not apply. Contact your dealer for warranty information.
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EN
Canadian Limited Warranty
EN
Thomson multimedia Ltd. warrants to the purchaser or gift recipient that if any manufacturing defect
becomes apparent in this product within 1 year from the original date of purchase, it will be replaced
free of charge, including return transportation.
This warranty does not include damage to the product resulting from accidents, misuse or leaking
batteries.
Should your product not perform properly during the warranty period, either:
1. Return it to the selling dealer with proof of purchase for replacement,
OR
2. Remove the batteries (where applicable), and pack product complete with accessories in the original
carton (or equivalent). Mail prepaid (with proof of purchase) and insured to:
Thomson multimedia Ltd.
6200 Edwards Blvd.,
Mississauga, Ontario, L5T 2V7
Canada
The provisions of this written warranty are in addition to and not a modification of or subtraction from
the statutory warranties and other rights and remedies contained in any applicable legislation, and to
the extent that any such provisions purport to disclaim, exclude or limit any such statutory warranties
and other rights and remedies, such provisions shall be deemed to be amended to the extent necessary
to comply therewith.
If you are unable to find a qualified servicer for out of warranty service, you may write to:
Thomson Inc.
P.O. Box 0944
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A., 46206-0944
Attach your sales receipt to this booklet for future reference. This information is required if service is
needed during the warranty period.
PURCHASE DATE
NAME OF STORE
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