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PHILIPS AJ3540/05
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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CONTROLS Top View (see fig. 1 ) 1 SET TIME /ALARM OFF - sets the clock time - stops the active alarm for 24 hours - switches off the radio sleep function 2 SET ALARM 1 / SET ALARM 2 - sets the alarm time for alarm 1 / alarm 2 3 AL1/ AL2 /AL1+2 - selects which alarm(s) you want to set alarm time on 4 REPEAT ALARM - switches off the active alarm for a 7-8 minutes period 5 OFF/ ON/ AUTO/ BUZZ OFF: switches off the radio/alarm ON: switches on the radio AUTO: activates the radio for alarm BUZZ: activates the buzzer for alarm 6 TIME SET 3 - to adjust time fast forward 7 TIME SET 4 - to adjust time back 8 SLEEP - activates the radio for sleep function - adjusts the sleep period Front View (see fig. 2 ) 9 ALARM 1 indicator - lights up when alarm 1 is activated. 0 ALARM 2 indicator - lights up when alarm 2 is activated. ! DISPLAY - shows the clock/alarm time and status of the setting @ Frequency pointer - shows the radio frequency of your selected waveband

Back View (see fig. 3 ) # Battery door - opens to store a 9 volts 6F22 battery (not included) for clock memory backup. $ TUNING - tunes to radio stations % FM/MW - selects FM/MW waveband ^ BRIGHTNESS (High or Low) -selects display brightness & Power cord - connects to wall outlet * Pigtail - improve FM reception ( VOLUME - adjusts the sound level INSTALLATION POWER SUPPLY 1 Check if the power supply, as shown on the type plate located on the bottom of the set, corresponds to your local power supply. If it does not, consult your dealer or service center. 2 Connect the power cord to the wall outlet. 3 To disconnect the set from the power supply completely, remove the plug from the wall outlet. For users in the U.K.: please follow the instructions on page 2. SELECTING DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS This set allows you to choose high or low brightness of display. ⢠Adjust BRIGHTNESS switch (located on the rear of the set) to HIGH or LOW position.

CLOCK MEMORY BACKUP The clock memory backup allows your alarm and clock time settings to be stored for up to a day when there is a power interruption e.g. power failure. The complete clock radio and display illumination will be switched off. As soon as the power supply returns, the display will indicate the correct time. 1 Remove the battery door to insert a 9 volts 6F22 type battery (not included) for backup. 2 Replace the battery door. NOTE: If no backup battery is installed or the power interruption is prolonged, you will need to set the clock and alarm times again. Batteries contain chemical substances so they should be disposed of properly. Standby power consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2W RADIO You can use this set solely as a radio! 1 2 3 4 Adjust OFF/ ON/ AUTO/ BUZZ to ON to switch on the radio. Select your waveband by adjusting the FM/MW switch. Adjust TUNING to tune to your desired station. Turn the VOLUME control to adjust the volume level.

SETTING THE CLOCK TIME The time is displayed using the 24-hour clock. 1 Hold down SET TIME/ALARM OFF. 2 Press TIME SET 3 or 4 repeatedly, or hold down TIME SET 3 or 4 to adjust minute and/or hour. - TIME SET 3 : to adjust time fast forward - TIME SET 4 : to adjsut time back 3 Release SET TIME/ALARM OFF and TIME SET 3 or 4 when you reach the correct setting. ⢠The set clock time will show on the display and start to run. USING THE ALARM This set allows you to set one alarm (alarm 1 or alarm 2), or set two alarms simultaneously. This set also offers you two alarm modes: Auto (radio) and Buzz. SETTING THE ALARM TIME 1 Hold down SET ALARM 1 or SET ALARM 2 2 Press TIME SET 3 or 4 repeatedly, or hold down TIME SET 3 or 4 to adjust minute and/or hour. 3 Release SET ALARM 1 or SET ALARM 2, and TIME SET 3 or 4 when you reach the desired time setting. The display will return to the clock time. SELECTING THE ALARM MODE 1 Adjust AL1/AL2/AL1+2 to AL1 (alarm 1), or AL2 (alarm 2), or AL1+2 (alarm 1 + alarm 2) . 2 Select your choice of alarm mode by adjusting OFF/ ON/ AUTO/ BUZZ to AUTO or BUZZ. ⢠The corresponding alarm indicator(s) will light up. Helpful Hint: ⢠If you have selected the radio mode, make sure you have adjusted the volume loud enough to wake you. ⢠The buzzer is set at a fixed volume and cannot be adjusted.

5 Adjust OFF/ ON/ AUTO/ BUZZ to OFF to switch off the radio. To improve reception: FM: Extend and position the pigtail fully to obtain optimal reception. MW: uses a built-in antenna inside the set. Direct the antenna by adjusting the position of your set.

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