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Silvercrest KH 2217 Operating Instructions Manual

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PLL CLOCK RADIO
KH 2217
PLL CLOCK RADIO
Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 ·
D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
ID-Nr.: KH2217-08/08-V1

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  • Page 1 PLL CLOCK RADIO KH 2217 PLL CLOCK RADIO Operating instructions KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com ID-Nr.: KH2217-08/08-V1...
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENT Safety instructions Intended use Items supplied Appliance overview Technical data Preparing for use Providing electrical power Using the clock Using the radio Cleaning the appliance Disposal Warranty and Service Importer Read the operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this booklet for later reference.
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    PLL CLOCK RADIO KH 2217 Safety instructions • This device has not been designed for use by people (including children) with restricted physical, sensory or intellectual abilities or lack of experience and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by a responsible person (for their own safety) or have received instructions on how to use the device.
  • Page 5 • Connection cables or devices that do not work perfectly or have been damaged should be repaired or exchanged immediately by Customer Services. Never immerse the device in water! Simply wipe it with a slightly damp cloth. • Do not expose the device to rain or use it in a damp or wet environment.
  • Page 6 Note: This appliance is equipped with non-slip rubber feet. Furniture upper surfaces comprise of various materials and are cleaned with various types of polishes and/or cleaning agents. Thus it cannot be completely excluded that some of these substances contain components that could attack the rubber pads and soften them.
  • Page 7 Thunder storms! Devices connected to mains power can be damaged during a thunder storm. If there is a thunder storm, always remove the mains plug from the socket. Information on voltage surges (EFT/electrical fast transient) and electrostatic discharges: If the product does not work properly due to electrical fast transient processes (voltage surges) or electrostatic discharge, it must be reset to restore normal operation.
  • Page 8: Intended Use

    Caution! No liability/warranty applies to damage to the device caused by moisture due to water penetrating the device or overheating! Intended use The equipment is intended for use as an alarm clock using a signal tone or a radio signal, and for receiv-ing radio transmissions. All other usages of or modifications to the appliance are deemed to be improper use and may result in serious injury.
  • Page 9: Appliance Overview

    Appliance overview Display Frequency display/Time Frequency band display FM/AM Alarm time display Alarm time 2 (AL2) Signal tone alarm call Info display for change of batteries Operation with power adapter Buttons locked Number of the selected save position Volume display VOL Radio alarm call Alarm time 1 (AL1) Sleep Timer switched on...
  • Page 10 Button for radio station search downwards (DOWN) Button for radio station search upwards (UP) Button for save position 1/6, set alarm time 1 (MEM. 1/6, AL.1 SET) 2& Button for save position 2/7, set alarm time 2 (MEM. 2/7, AL.2 SET) Button for save position 3/8, adjust minutes (MEM.
  • Page 11: Technical Data

    Technical data This device has been tested and approved for adherence to the basic requirements and the other relevant regulations of the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and the Directive on Low Voltage Devices 2006/95/EC. Power consumption: Battery operation: 4 x 1,5 V Type Mignon/AA/LR6 (not supplied) for radio operation, display illumination and projection Mains operation: DC 7,5 V...
  • Page 12: Preparing For Use

    Preparing for use • Remove the projection clock from the packaging. • Place the projection clock on a level surface. • Position the projection clock such that the projection lens is directed onto an empty surface. The room must be darkened for the time display to be clearly visible on a wall or ceiling.
  • Page 13: Using The Clock

    2. Insert the plug of the power adapter into a power socket with 230 V ~ 50 Hz. On the display the symbol for mains power operation is indicated. Using the clock Note: To be able to adjust the time, the clock radio must be switched off. - 13 -...
  • Page 14 Setting the time TIME SET 1. Press the button The time on the display blinks. Note: Complete the adjustments within 10 seconds. After ca. 10 seconds the appliance returns to its start setting. The adjustments completed to this point will be taken over. HOUR+ SET The button can be pressed numerous times in succession or held...
  • Page 15 Setting the alarm time You can programme in two different alarm times, Alarm times can only be programmed with the radio switched off. AL1 SET 1. Press the button The alarm time AL1 blinks. HOUR+ SET The button held down firmly. HOUR+ SET 2.
  • Page 16 With each push on the buttons the available alarm options. 1. To switch on the alarm call with signal tone, repeatedly press the AL1/VOL+ button until the bell symbol appears in the field display. The alarm time is shown on the display. The signal tone becomes louder the longer it sounds.
  • Page 17: Snooze Function

    Snooze function SNOOZE/ DISPLAY DIMMER With the button function for a period of between 1 and 30 minutes, this period being programmed by yourself (see next section). The factory setting is 9 minutes. On the expiration of this period the alarm tone or radio sounds again (Automatic after-call).
  • Page 18: Battery Operation

    Battery operation: To save energy, the display illumination is deactivated in battery operation. SNOOZE/DISPLAY DIMMER 1. Press the button The display is illuminated for ca. five seconds. Projection of the time For the time display to be well visible on a wall or ceiling, the room must be darkened.
  • Page 19: Using The Radio

    Battery operation: PROJECTION ON/OFF 1. Press the button The projection lens glows for ca. five seconds. Using the radio Switching On and Off RADIO ON/OFF 1. Press the button RADIO ON/OFF 2. Press the button Adjusting the volume If you wish to adjust the volume in one sweep, hold the appropriate button down continuously.
  • Page 20 Station search 1. Press briefly either the button The search starts and stops automatically when a radio station with sufficient reception strength is found. 2. To continue the search, press the button down for a short period. 3. To discontinue the search, press the button held down for a short period.
  • Page 21 Note: MEM. The buttons are double occupied. With each activation you alternate between the two occupancies (e.g. between 1 and 5). MEMORY KEY LOCK 3. Press the button The signal tone sounds twice and the radio station is saved. Repeat the steps 1-3 to save further radio stations. Selecting a saved radio station MEM.
  • Page 22: Button Lock

    Brief playback of all saved radio stations You can briefly playback all radio stations saved to a wavelength. The radio is switched on. MEM SCAN/A.M.S 1. Press the button The saved radio stations are each played for four seconds. 2. To cancel the function, press the button Button lock You can lock all buttons against activation.
  • Page 23: Cleaning The Appliance

    Troubleshooting To eliminate a malfunction of the display, proceed as follows: 1. Press the Reset-button with a pointed object, e.g. a ballpoint pen. The appliance returns to its factory settings. All adjustments made by yourself are erased. Cleaning the appliance Important: NEVER use benzine, solvents or cleaners that can cause damage to plastics, as they could damage the appliance!
  • Page 24: Disposal

    Disposal Do not dispose of the appliance in your normal domestic waste. This product is subject to the European guideline 2002/96/EC. Dispose of the appliance through an approved dis-posal centre or at your community waste facility. Observe the currently applicable regulations. In case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal centre.
  • Page 25: Warranty And Service

    Warranty and Service You receive a 3-year warranty on this device from the date of purchase. If, in spite of our high quality standards, you have reason to complain about this device, please contact our service hotline. If it is not possible to deal with your complaint by phone, they will provide •...
  • Page 26: Importer

    Importer KOMPERNASS GMBH BURGSTRASSE 21 D-44867 BOCHUM www.kompernass.com - 26 -...

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