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The Appliance Components; Putting The Appliance Into Use - Silvercrest SPU 900 A2 Operating Instructions Manual

Projection alarm clock

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The appliance components

q VOL—
w VOL +
e MODE/LOCK - Recalls the adjustable
r Loudspeaker
t Projektor
y SNOOZE/
DIMMER
u PROJECTION
i DOWN
o UP
a AL.SET
s PRESET/ALARM + - Radio station/alarm
d PRESET/ALARM – - Radio station/alarm
f PAGE
g Display
h A.M.S. MEMORY - Autom. radio station
j SLEEP
k NAP/USER
l
1( Focus adjuster
2) Wire aerial
2! Power cable
2@ Battery
compartment

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.
- Volume decrease
- Volume increase
parameters/Button lock
- projects the time onto
a wall
- Snooze button,/
Brightness switch
- switch time projection
on/off
- Selector button down-
wards
- Selector button up-
wards
- call up alarm function
memory upwards/
memory downwards
- switches between
memory pages
- Indicator
save
- Controls the switch-off
timer
- User switching, Timer
function
- On/Off switch for
radio functions
- for focussing the time
projection
- for VHF reception
- for the backup batteries
Inserting the back-up batteries
With the backup batteries all individual de-
vice settings are retained in the event of a
power failure. For this you require two 1.5 V
batteries of the type AAA/Micro. They are
not supplied.
1. Open the lid of the battery compartment
2@ on the underside of the radio alarm.
2. Insert the batteries. Ensure the polarities
are correct.
3. Close the lid of the battery compartment
2@. The lid must audibly engage.
Note:
The back-up batteries must be checked
at least once per year and, if necessary,
exchanged for new ones.
Providing mains power
• Insert the plug into a mains power
socket. In the display g the welcome
"PLEASE WAIT FOR SETTING THANKS"
appears. During this period the radio
alarm attempts to update its settings
for time and date with the help of RDS
signals. Should you wish to interrupt this
process, press any button. Should the
automatic update fail, make the required
adjustments manually.
Setting the time
To programme in the time and the follow-
ing parameters, radio operation must be
switched off. If a button is not pressed within
approx. 15 seconds, the appliance saves the
adjustment and then leaves the programming
mode.
1. Press theMODE/LOCK button e. The
time display blinks.
2. Press the buttons DOWN/UP i/o to set
the time at minute intervals. Pressing and
holding down one of button changes the
time in quick succession.
Setting the date
1. Press the MODE/LOCK button e once
again. In the display g the date indica-
tion "01.01.2013" blinks.
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