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Problem
The lamp does not go
on right away when I
switch it on.
I do not hear the alarm
sound when the alarm
goes off.
The radio does not
work.
The radio produces a
crackling sound.
The alarm went off
yesterday, but it did not
go off today.
The light wakes me too
early/too late.
The lamp flashes.
Solution
It takes approx. 1 second for the lamp to go on. This is normal, the lamp
needs to heat up.
Perhaps you set the sound level too low. See section 'Radio/volume' to
set a higher sound level.
Perhaps you switched off the alarm function by setting the control lever
to the top position.
If you selected the radio as the alarm sound, the radio may be
defective. Switch on the radio button after you switch off the alarm to
check if the radio works. If it does not work, contact the Philips
Consumer Care Centre in your country.
The radio may be defective. Contact the Philips Consumer Care
Centre in your country.
Perhaps the broadcast signal is weak. Turn the middle selection wheel
(SET) to adjust the frequency and/or change the position of the
antenna.
Perhaps you switched off the alarm function by setting the control
lever to the top position.
Perhaps you set a too low sound level and/or light intensity level. Set a
higher sound and/or light intensity level.
Perhaps there was a power failure that lasted more than 15 minutes. In
this case the appliance is reset to the factory default settings. Check the
alarm settings (see chapter 'Using the appliance').
Perhaps the light intensity level you have set is not appropriate for you.
Try a lower light intensity level if you wake up too early or a higher
light intensity level if you wake up too late. If light intensity level 20 is
not high enough, move the appliance closer to the bed.
Perhaps you woke up too late because the appliance is positioned at a
lower level than your head. Make sure the appliance is located at a
height at which the light is not blocked by your bed, duvet or pillow.
Also make sure the appliance is not placed too far away.
Perhaps there has been a power failure. It is normal for the lamp to
flash after a power failure.
Perhaps the appliance is not suitable for the voltage to which it is
connected. Make sure that the voltage indicated on the appliance
corresponds to the local mains voltage.

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