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Alarm Time Setting - Sharp SPC900 User Instructions

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5.
Repeat the above operations (point 3, 4) to set the
below items in this order: Date > Hour > Minute >
Second > Day language > +/-23 hours time difference.
6.
Press "TIME" key to save and exit the setting mode, or
let it exit automatically 30 seconds later without
pressing any key.
NOTE:
1.
Through "+/-23 hours time difference" setting, the
precise time of another area will be shown.
2.
The 5 languages weekday settings are represented
by the below abbreviations: GB=English FR=French
DE=German ES=Spanish IT=Italian.
French
German
English
SUN
DIM
SON
MON
LUN
MON
TUE
MAR
DIE
WED
MER
MIT
THU
JEU
DON
FRI
VEN
FRE
SAT
SAM
SAM

ALARM TIME SETTING

1.
In normal time mode, press "TIME" key to enter the
alarm1 (alarm2) time mode.
2.
Press and hold "ALM ON/OFF" key for 2 seconds until
the alarm Hour digit flashes.
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Spanish
Italian
DOM
DOM
LUN
LUN
MAR
MAR
MIE
MER
JUE
GIO
VIE
VEN
SAB
SAB
3.
Press "UP" or "DOWN" key to change its value.
4.
Press "ALM ON/OFF" key once until the alarm Minute
digit flashes.
5.
Press "UP" or "DOWN" key to change its value.
6.
Press "ALM ON/OFF" key to save and exit the setting
mode, or let it exit automatically 30 seconds later
without pressing any key.
NOTE:
1.
The alarm will be automatically turned on when you
set the alarm time.
2.
The dual-alarm (alarm1 & alarm2) design of this unit
provides you with more convenience, and you can set
two-alarm time if needed.
USING ALARM & TEMPERATURE PRE-ALARM FUNCTIONS
1.
Set the alarm time as the above section with alarm1
(alarm2) turned on when you set the alarm time.
2.
In alarm1 (alarm2) time mode, press "ALM ON/OFF"
key once to turn on the temperature pre-alarm with the
icon "
" displayed.
3.
Press it again to turn off both of them until the icons
disappear.
NOTE:
1.
To turn on temperature pre-alarm, ALARM must be on.
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