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v11.0 (EN/E)
user manual
manual de usuario
RP5510i
RP5512i
EN/E
It is important to read this user manual prior to using your new product for the fi rst time.
Es importante leer este manual antes de usar por vez primera su equipo.
Service information
Technical information
This product should be serviced
Product: Clock Radio
only by those specially trained in
Brand: RCA
appropriate servicing techniques.
Model: RP5510i, RP5512i
For instructions on how to obtain
service, refer to the warranty
Electrical consumption
included in this user manual.
External AC/DC adaptor
Input: 100-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz 0.7 A
For your records
Output: 10 V
1.4 A
In the event that service should be
The AC/DC Adaptor supplied with
required, you may need the model
this product is intended to be
number and the serial number. In
correctly orientated in a vertical or
the space below, record the date
fl oor mount position.
and place of purchase and the
serial number:
iPod is a trademark of Apple
Model No.:
Computer, Inc., registered in the
Date of Purchase:
U.S. and other countries.
Place of Purchase:
Serial No.:
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM OF PRODUCT
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Clock
Auto clock set
WARNING: Avoid playing with
these buttons when setting clock
You do not have to set the clock
or wake time.
time as a built-in automatic time
set system is equipped in this clock
powered by 3V (2 AA batteries,
Setting clock
included and installed). All you
In case the memory holding
have to do is to plug this clock for
batteries are accidentally
power and current time will be
removed, set the clock manually
shown automatically after setting
as below:
the time zone and daylight saving
1. Press SET on the top of the
time (read below).
unit until the clock setting icon
However, the batteries can also
fl ashes on the display.
be exhausted and we recommend
2. Rotate the knob on the top
that you replace the batteries
of the unit to set the clock
every year.
time. The time decrements or
increments follows by a faster
Setting time zone
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob. The clock setting
Slide the time zone selector at
the bottom of the unit to Eastern,
icon
fl ashes when you are
setting the time. AM or PM
Central, Mountain or Pacifi c time
zone (refer to the maps on the
icon also shows beside the
time.
right).
3. To save and exit the clock
setting, wait for about 5
Daylight saving time
seconds or press SET until the
Press and hold DAYLIGHT
clock setting
, WAKE 1 or
SAVING TIME button on the
WAKE 2 icon is off. The clock
bottom of the unit to turn on/ off
time is now set.
in areas observing/ not observing
such time change. The icon
shows on the display when
daylight saving time is active.
iPod
Listening to iPod
the iPod when the function is
1. During playback, press iPod to
activated. Press REPEAT until
pause the playback and press
no repeat playback indication
again to resume.
shows on the iPod to cancel
2. Press
/
to skip to the
the repeat playback.
previous or next fi le. Press and
hold
/
to search backward
Note:
or forward.
• You may charge the battery
3. Press SHUFFLE to play the fi les
of your iPod through the
in random order in the iPod.
universal dock for iPod while
Random playback indication
the unit is turned off (standby
shows on the iPod when the
mode) or in the iPod mode.
function is activated. Press
Charging control should be
again to cancel the function.
operated on the iPod.
4. Press REPEAT to select a
• If no iPod is connected in the
repeat playback mode (repeat
iPod mode, the unit will exit
1 or repeat all). Repeat
the iPod mode and turn off
playback indication shows on
automatically.
Auxiliary source
1. Connect your auxiliary source
• Adjust the auxiliary player to
(e.g. mp3 player) to the AUX
mid-range volume and adjust
input jack on the top of the
the master volume on the unit.
unit with an audio cable (not
Do not turn the volume of the
supplied).
auxiliary player too high as this
2. Press AUX to turn on the unit
may affect the sound quality.
or to switch to listen to AUX
For other playback operations,
from other modes. The AUX
control them on your auxiliary
indicator on the front will turn
player.
on.

Sleep function

In the sleep mode, the radio,
be played whenever the iPod
iPod or AUX mode turns off
mode is selected but without
automatically. To set the sleep
the corresponding device
time, simply:
connected.
OR
1. Press SLEEP repeatedly to cycle
• If an auxiliary player (e.g. mp3
among the sleep time available
player) is connected, press AUX
(90min, 60min, 30min, 15min
to select listening to it.
and OFF. 90min is the default
3. Select a radio station as usual,
setting).
OR
• If necessary, press
/
to
Press iPod and then press
further set the sleep time.
to select a fi le on the iPod.
Each press of the button
Playback will be in repeat all
will decrease or increase one
fi les mode automatically.
minute. For example, to set
OR
35 min, press SLEEP to select
Start playback on your
30min and then press
5
auxiliary player.
times.
• The icon
fl ashes while
• Press SLEEP once to check the
selecting.
remaining sleep time. Press
2. When the desired sleep time
SLEEP repeatedly to select
is selected, release SLEEP and
another sleep time.
wait for about 5 seconds, the
• If you decide to turn off the
sleep time is now set. The
unit sooner, press SNOOZE,
radio (default) turns on and
OFF or press SLEEP repeatedly
the icon
lights on the
to select "OFF".
display.
• When the sleep mode is
OR
activated again, the sleep time
• If the iPod is selected in your
will be the same as the one
last sleep function setting, the
you have set before.
iPod will start to play, instead
of the radio. The radio will
FCC information
• Reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna.
This device complies with Part
• Increase the separation between
15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
the equipment and receiver.
is subject to the following two
• Connect the equipment into
conditions: (1) This device may not
an outlet on a circuit different
cause harmful interference, and
from that to which the receiver
(2) this device must accept any
is connected.
interference received, including
• Consult the dealer or an
interference that may cause
experienced radio/TV technician
undesired operation.
for help.
This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the
Changes or modifi cations not
limits for a Class B digital device,
expressly approved by the party
pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules.
responsible for compliance could
These limits are designed to
void the user's authority to operate
provide reasonable protection
the equipment.
against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This
Maufacturer/Responsible Party
equipment generates, uses, and
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
can radiate radio frequency
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energy and, if not installed
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and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause
IMPORTADOR PARA MEXICO:
harmful interference to radio
Audiovox Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
communications.
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However, there is no guarantee
Col. Chapultepec Morales C.P. 11570
that interference will not occur
Mexico, D.F.
in a particular installation. If
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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
Before you begin
Plugging in for power
power is restored so you will not
Insert the connector of the AC/DC
have to reset the time or the
alarm.
adpater to the power jack at the
bottom of the unit.
Install battery as follow:
External AC/DC adaptor input
1. Remove battery compartment
power supply: 100-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
door (located at the bottom of
the radio) by applying thumb
Power is fed to the unit even when
pressure to the tab on battery
it is not functioning. To cut the
door and then lift the door
power supply off, the power cable
out and off the cabinet.
must be unplugged.
2. Insert 2 AA batteries
(included).
Battery back-up operation
3. Replace the compartment door.
This clock radio is equipped with
a memory holding system that
Note: we recommend that you
can be powered with 2 "AA"
replace the batteries every year.
batteries (included). The power
failure protection circuit will not
Power failure indicator
operate unless battery is installed.
When normal household power
When external DC power is
is interrupted, or AC line cord
interrupted (disconnected) for a
is unplugged, the batteries will
short period of time, both time
power the clock radio to keep
and alarm settings will change
track of time and alarm settings
(unless batteries are installed).
programmed into memory. When
After external DC power is
the battery backup functions,
restored (reconnected), the Digital
the digital display will not light,
Display will blink to indicate that
however, the function of alarm
power was interrupted and you
still occurs during the power
should readjust the time and
interruption if remaining battery
alarm settings.
power is adequate. Normal
operation will resume after AC
US time zones
Seattle
Olympia
Washington
Montana
North Dakota
Salem
Helena
Bismarck
Minnesota
Oregon
Idaho
St. Paul
Boise
South Dakota
Wisconsin
New York
Pierre
Michigan
Wyoming
Madison
Lansing
Detroit
Pennsylvania
Iowa
Chicago
Philadelphia
Cheyenne
Nebraska
Harrisburg
Sacramento
Carson City
Salt Lake City
Lincoln
Des Moines
Ohio
Nevada
Indiana
Illinois
Columbus
West
San Francisco
Utah
Virginia
Denver
Indianapolis
Springfield
Colorado
Topeka
Richmond
St. Louis
Charleston
Virginia
California
Kansas
Frankfort
Jefferson City
Las Vegas
Missouri
Kentucky
Summer
Winter
Nashville
Los Angeles
North Carolina
Santa Fe
Tennessee
Oklahoma
Arizona
Memphis
Columbia
Arkansas
Oklahoma City
Phoenix
New Mexico
Atlanta
South
Little Rock
Carolina
Alabama
Mississippi
Georgia
Montgomery
Dallas
Jackson
Louisiana
Texas
Baton
Austin
Rouge
New Orleans
Houston
Florida
Miami
Pacific Mountain
Central Eastern
Canadian time zones
Yukon
Territory
Nunavut
Northwest Territories
British
Columbia
Summer
Winter
Alberta
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Quebec
Saskatoon
Ontario
Regina
Winnipeg
Pacific Mountain Central Eastern
Wake function
Set the wake time
2. Press WAKE 1 or WAKE
2 to select a wake mode.
This unit allows 2 wake times to
Corresponding icon lights on
be set.
the front of the unit.
1. Press SET on the top of the
1
– Wake time 1 by alarm
unit until the icon WAKE1 or
1
– Wake time 1 by radio
WAKE2 fl ashes on the display.
1
– Wake time 1 by iPod
2. Rotate the knob on the top
2
– Wake time 2 by alarm
of the unit to set the wake
2
– Wake time 2 by radio
time. The time decrements or
2
– Wake time 2 by iPod
increments follows by a faster
rate when you rotate and hold
the knob.
Waking to Alarm (
3. To save and exit the wake
Note:
time setting, wait for about 5
• The unit equips with GRAD-U-
seconds or press SET until the
WAKE feature, the alarm tone
clock setting
, WAKE 1 or
volume will increase gradually
WAKE 2 icon is off. The wake
to its maximum in about 30 to
1 or wake 2 time is now set.
45 seconds.
• To check the wake time after
• If you set the wake function
setting, press SET until the
with low volume level before
icon WAKE1 or WAKE2 fl ashes
going to bed, we advise using
and the respective assigned
Waking to Alarm mode to
wake time shows on the
wake you up since the volume
display.
will automatically increase.
• When the AC power is
Select the wake source
disconnected, all wake mode
will be reverted to alarm
You may be woken up by the
tone.
alarm, radio, or music from iPod.
1. Set a wake time (refer to the
above instructions).
NAP function
For catnaps up to 2 hours without
• Press OFF to stop the NAP
alarm, OR press and hold
disturbing the regular alarm
settings, the NAP function wakes
NAP until "OFF" is selected to
cancel the NAP function.
you up after a short period of
time. Simply:
1. Press NAP repeatedly to cycle
among the NAP time available
(10min, 20min, 30min, 60min,
IMPORTADOR PARA MEXICO:
90min, 120min and OFF. 20min
Audiovox Mexico, S. de R.L. de
is the default setting).
/
• If necessary, press
/
to
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further set the NAP time.
Col. Chapultepec Morales C.P.
Each press of the button
will decrease or increase one
minute. For example, to set
35min, press NAP to select 30
min and then press
5 times.
• The icon NAP fl ashes while
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selecting.
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2. When the desired NAP time is
selected, release NAP and wait
for about 5 seconds, the NAP
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time is now set. The current
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time shows and the icon NAP
lights on the display.
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3. Press NAP once to show briefl y
Trademark(s) ® Registered
the NAP time left.
Marque(s) ® Deposée(s)
• Only alarm tone can be
Marca(s) ® Registrada(s)
selected in the NAP mode.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Some of the following information may
not apply to your particular product;
however, as with any electronic product,
precautions should be observed during
handling and use.
• Read these instructions.
• Keep these instructions.
• Heed all warnings.
• Follow all instructions.
• Do not use this apparatus near
water.
• Clean only with dry cloth.
• Do not block any ventilation
openings. Install in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions.
• Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifi ers) that produce heat.
• Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the polarized or grounding-type
plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the
other. A grounding type plug has
two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third
prong is provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fi t into
your outlet, consult an electrician
for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
• Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
• Only use attachments/accessories
specifi ed by the manufacturer.

General controls

Front view
To select radio, iPod or AUX mode
Display
To turn off the unit
(standby mode)
To select random
playback mode
To select repeat
playback mode
To skip to the previous or next fi le,
to search backward or forward
Top view
Press SET at the center to select adjusting the clock time,
wake time 1 or wake time 2. Rotate the knob to adjust
the clock time, wake time 1 or wake time 2.
AUX input jack
To activate
Wake 1 settings
and changes
Wake 1 mode
Refer to "Sleep function"
To turn off the wake function momentarily,
to turn off the sleep funtion
Radio
Listening to the radio
1. Press RADIO on the front of
the unit to turn on the radio.
2. Slide BAND to select the radio
Maine
Augusta
band. The selected radio band
Montpelier
N.H.
Vt.
Concord
Albany
Boston
Mass.
shows on the display.
Providence
R.I.
Hartford
Conn.
New York
3. Rotate TUNING to select
Trenton
New Jersey
Md.
Delaware
frequency. The selected
Annapolis
Washington, D.C.
frequency shows on the
Raleigh
display.
4. Press OFF to turn off the radio.
Built-in AFC
The Built-in Automatic Frequency
Control (AFC) works only on FM.
It helps reducing drift on FM
reception and keeping the radio
locked in on the FM station to
which it is tuned.

Display brightness

Press BRIGHTNESS to dim the
Newfoundland
display and press again to restore
to the original brightness level.
When the display is dimmed, the
blue indicator on the universal
dock for iPod will also be turned
off.
Waking to RADIO (
)
3. Select a desired wake up radio
channel (refer to "Listening
to the radio"). If no wake
up channel is set, your last
listening radio station will be
selected.
4. Adjust the volume to your
desired level.
5. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
Waking to iPod (
)
)
3. Adjust the volume to your
desired level. The last played
fi le on the iPod will be played
when the wake function
activates.
4. Press OFF to turn off the unit.
Note: If there is no iPod
connected, the alarm tone will
sound instead even if Waking to
iPod mode is selected.
Warranty information
12 Month Limited Warranty
Applies to RCA Audio/Video Products
• AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP.
(the Company) warrants to the
original retail purchaser of this
product that should this product
or any part thereof, under normal
use and conditions, be proven
defective in material or workmanship
within 12 months from the date
of original purchase, such defect(s)
will be repaired or replaced with
reconditioned product (at the
Company's option) without charge
for parts and repair labor.
C.V.
• To obtain repair or replacement
within the terms of this Warranty,
the product is to be delivered with
proof of warranty coverage (e.g.
11570
dated bill of sale), specifi cation of
Mexico, D.F.
defect(s), transportation prepaid, to
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the Company at the address shown
below.
EXPORTADOR:
• This Warranty does not extend to the
elimination of externally generated
static or noise, to correction of
antenna problems, loss/interruptions
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of broadcast or internet service,
to costs incurred for installation,
removal or reinstallation of product,
to corruptions caused by computer
viruses, spyware or other malware,
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to loss of media, fi les, data or
content, or to damage to tapes, discs,
removable memory devices or cards,
speakers, accessories, computers,
computer peripherals, other media
players, home networks or vehicle
electrical systems.
Printed in China
• This Warranty does not apply to any
PLEASE READ AND SAVE THIS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
• Use only with the cart,
• Connect power cord only to AC
stand, tripod, bracket,
power source as marked on the
]
or table specifi ed by
product.
the manufacturer, or
• Care should be taken so that objects
sold with the apparatus.
do not fall into the product.
When a cart is used, use caution
• Do not attempt to disassemble
when moving the cart/apparatus
the cabinet. This product does
combination to avoid injury from
not contain customer serviceable
tip-over.
components.
• Unplug this apparatus during
• IF YOUR PRODUCT OPERATES
lightning storms or when unused
adhere to the
ON BATTERIES,
for long periods of time.
following precautions:
• Refer all servicing to qualifi ed
A. Any battery may leak electrolyte
service personnel. Servicing is
if mixed with a different battery
required when the apparatus has
type, if inserted incorrectly, or if all
been damaged in any way, such
batteries are not replaced at the
as power-supply cord or plug is
same time.
damaged, liquid has been spilled
B. Any battery may leak electrolyte
or objects have fallen into the
or explode if disposed of in fi re
apparatus, the apparatus has been
or an attempt is made to charge
exposed to rain or moisture, does
a battery not intended to be
not operate normally, or has been
recharged.
dropped.
C. Discard leaky batteries
• ADDITIONAL SAFETY INFORMATION
immediately. Leaking batteries can
• Apparatus shall not be exposed to
cause skin burns or other personal
dripping or splashing and no objects
injury. When discarding batteries,
fi lled with liquids, such as vases,
be sure to dispose of them in
shall be placed on the apparatus.
the proper manner, according to
• Always leave suffi cient space around
your state/provincial and local
the product for ventilation. Do
regulations.
not place product in or on a bed,
D. Do not expose batteries to
rug, in a bookcase or cabinet that
excessive heat (for example, by
may prevent air fl ow through vent
leaving them in sunlight or close to
openings.
fi re).
• Do not place lighted candles,
cigarettes, cigars, etc. on the
product.
Side views
To select the
radio frequency
To select the
radio band
Universal dock for iPod®
(push to open or close)
Bottom view
Time zone selector (refer to "Clock")
To activate
Wake 2 settings
and changes
Wake 2 mode
Refer to "NAP function"
Power jack for AC/DC adapter (10 V
iPod
Connecting your iPod
When tuning in FM stations, you
may notice that the station you
1. Push the universal dock for
are tuning can be well-tuned on
iPod on the front of the unit
two or three nearby points on the
to open it.
dial. Always tune carefully at the
2. Eight adapters are supplied.
loudest and clearest point.
Check the table on the right
and use the appropriate
AM Antenna
adapter for your iPod.
A built-in ferrite rod antenna
3. Place the adapter and then
eliminates the need for an outside
your iPod on the universal
antenna for AM reception.
dock for iPod.
Rotating the unit slightly may
4. Press iPod on the front of the
improve reception of distant AM
unit to select the iPod mode.
stations.
5. Playback from the iPod starts
automatically.
Made for:
• iPod with video (30GB, 60GB,
80GB) 5th generation
• iPod photo (20GB U2 Special
Edition, 30GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB, 60GB) 4th
generation
• iPod (20GB, 20GB U2 Special
Edition, 40GB) 4th generation
• iPod nano (2GB, 4GB, 8G) 1st,
2nd & 3rd generations
• iPod mini (4GB, 6GB) 1st &
2nd generations
• iPod touch
• iPod classic
SmartSnooze
TM
When the wake
This operation allows extra sleep
time after the wake function is on.
function activates, the
corresponding wake
The alarm will be off by pressing
SNOOZE, SLEEP or NAP until
icon will fl ash until the
wake function is turned off. The
the snooze period is over. Snooze
function can be used repeatedly
icon will then stop fl ashing and
keep lighting up.
up to 2 hours. After this, the wake
function will turn off until the
next day.
Set the "quiet" period as follow:
While pressing SNOOZE, rotate
the knob on the top of the unit to
set the "quiet" period from 1 to
30 minutes (default: 9 minutes).
Release SNOOZE, then the
"quiet" period is set.
product or part thereof which, in the
damage so the above limitations or
opinion of the Company, has suffered
exclusions may not apply to you.
or been damaged through alteration,
This Warranty gives you specifi c
improper installation, mishandling,
legal rights and you may also have
misuse, neglect, accident, or by
other rights which vary from state
removal or defacement of the factory
to state.
serial number/bar code label(s).
THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S
How to make a warranty claim:
LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY
• If your product is capable of storing
IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR
content (such as an mp3 player,
REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE
digital voice recorder, etc), it is
AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
recommended to make periodic
COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE
backup copies of content stored
PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER
on the product. If applicable,
FOR THE PRODUCT.
before shipping a product, make
• This Warranty is in lieu of all other
a back up copy of content or data
express warranties or liabilities. ANY
stored on the device. Also, it is
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
advisable to remove any personal
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
content which you would not want
MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE
exposed to others. IT IS LIKELY
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
THAT CONTENTS AND DATA ON
WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION
THE DEVICE WILL BE LOST DURING
FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY
SERVICE AND REFORMATTING.
HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
AUDIOVOX ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
FOR LOST CONTENT OR DATA,
MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD
OR FOR THE SECURITY OF ANY
OF 24 MONTHS FROM DATE OF
PERSONAL CONTENT OR DATA ON
ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE
THE RETURNED DEVICE. Product
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR
will be returned with factory
ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
default settings, and without any
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
pre-loaded content which may have
ANY OTHER WARRANTY. No person
been installed in the originally
or representative is authorized
purchased products. Consumer will
to assume for the Company any
be responsible for reloading data
liability other than expressed herein
and content. Consumer will be
in connection with the sale of this
responsible to restore any personal
product.
preference settings.
• Some states do not allow limitations
• Properly pack your unit. Include
on how long an implied warranty
any remotes, memory cards, cables,
lasts or the exclusion or limitation
etc. which were originally provided
of incidental or consequential
with the product. However DO NOT
Important Battery Precautions
• Any battery may present a risk of
fi re, explosion, or chemical burn
if abused. Do not try to charge a
battery that is not intended to be
recharged, do not incinerate, and
do not puncture.
• Non-rechargeable batteries, such as
alkaline batteries, may leak if left in
your product for a long period of
time. Remove the batteries from the
product if you are not going to use
it for a month or more.
• If your product uses more than one
battery, do not mix types and make
sure they are inserted correctly.
Mixing types or inserting incorrectly
may cause them to leak.
• Discard any leaky or deformed
battery immediately. They may
cause skin burns or other personal
injury.
• Please help to protect the
environment by recycling or
disposing of batteries according to
federal, state, and local regulations.
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 modifi cations without
prior notice. The English version serves
as the fi nal reference on all product
and operational details should any
discrepancies arise in other languages.
To adjust
the volume
To select the
display brightness
Daylight saving time
button (refer to "Clock")
Battery compartment lock
Battery compartment
(refer to "Battery back-up operation")
1.4 A)
Adapters
* For the latest iPod models,
please use the adapter provided
with your iPod.
Turn off the wake
function
• Silence the wake function
momentarily:
Press SNOOZE. The alarm
will sound again when the
snooze period is over. (refer to
"SmartSnoozeTM").
OR
• Stop the wake function:
Press OFF. The alarm will be
on again the following day at
the same time.
OR
• Disable the wake function
permanently:
Press WAKE 1 or WAKE
2 repeatedly until no
corresponding wake indicator
(e.g.
) shows on the
display.
return any removable batteries,
even if batteries were included
with the original purchase. 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:
Audiovox Electronics Corp.
Attn: Service Department.
150 Marcus Blvd.
Hauppauge N.Y. 11788
1-877-833-3491
• Insure your shipment for loss or
damage. Audiovox accepts no
liability in case of damage or loss en
route to Audiovox.
• 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 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.
For Canada Customers, please ship
to:
Audiovox Return Centre
c/o Genco
6685 Kennedy Road,
Unit#3, Door 16,
Mississuaga, Ontario
L5T 3A5

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