Silvercrest KH 2218 Operation Manual

Projection alarm clock


Projection AlArm clock
kH 2218
Projection AlArm clock
operating manual
ID-Nr.: KH 2218-9/09-V7


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  • Page 1 Projection AlArm clock kH 2218 Projection AlArm clock operating manual KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 ⋅ D-44867 BOCHUM ID-Nr.: KH 2218-9/09-V7...
  • Page 2 KH 2218...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INDEX Intended Use Items supplied Technical Data Safety information The appliance components Putting the appliance into use Radio operation Cleaning Troubleshooting Notice regarding conformity Importer Disposal Warranty & Service Read the operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and pre- serve this booklet for later reference.
  • Page 4: Intended Use

    This radio alarm is not intended for use in commercial or industrial applications. No warranty is provided for damages resulting from improper use of the appliance! Items supplied 1 Projection Alarm Clock KH 2218 1 Operating manual Technical Data Power supply: 220-240 V ~ , 50 Hz...
  • Page 5 • Do not expose the appliance to rain and never use it in a humid or wet environ- ment. • Always take hold of the power cable by the plug. Do not pull on the cable itself and never touch the power cable with wet hands, this could result in either a short circuit or you receiving an electric shock.
  • Page 6: The Appliance Components

    • Never cover the ventilation slots of the appliance while it is switched on. • Do not place open fire sources, such as candles, on or near the appliance. Caution with thunderstorms! • Equipment connected to a power supply can be damaged during a thunderstorm. You should therefore always pull the power plug from the power socket when there is a storm.
  • Page 7: Putting The Appliance Into Use

    Putting the appliance into use First take all appliance components from the packaging and remove all packing foil and tape. Check the appliance for signs of visble damage. Inserting the back-up batteries The back-up batteries ensure that the time, date and alarm time settings are not lost in the event of a power cut.
  • Page 8 Abbr. Diff. City Rome /Italy Cairo /Egypt Istanbul /Turkey Moscow /Russia Kuwait City/Kuwait Dubai /Saudi Arabia Karachi /Pakistan Dacca /Bangladesh Bangkok /Thailand Singapore Hong Kong Beijing /China Tokyo /Japan Sydney /Australia Noumea / New Caledonia Auckland / New Zealand 3. Press the button SNOOZE f to switch the daylight saving time for the selected time zone either on or off .
  • Page 9 3. Press the button UP d to return to the 24 hour modus. Adjusting the projection duration 1. Press the MODE button y once again. The display j indicates "PROJ T OFF". 2. Press the buttons DOWN/UP g/d to ad- just the projection duration to between 01 and 59 minutes.
  • Page 10: Radio Operation

    8. If needed, programme the other memory positions for alarm times as detailed above. When the alarm signal sounds... • ... and the alarm function "Radio" is se- lected, the radio switches itself on with increasing sound volume and the last adjusted radio station for one hour.
  • Page 11 Automatic station search You can also let the appliance search for radio stations. The radio alarm then searches the selected frequency range until it has found a radio station. 1. Press and hold the button UP d for two seconds: The radio alarm searches for the station with the next highest frequency.
  • Page 12: Cleaning

    Dimming the Display You can adjust the display brightness in three levels by pressing the SNOOZE / Dimmer Control button f. Projection The time can be projected from the appliance onto a wall or the ceiling. This function is in- tended for reading the time in darkness.
  • Page 13: Disposal

    Disposal Do not dispose of the appliance in your normal domestic waste. This product is subject to the provisions of European Directive 2002/96/EC. Disposing of the appliance • Arrange for the product, or parts of it, to be disposed of by a professional disposal company or by your communal waste facility.
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