INDEX PAGE 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.
Items supplied Notice 1 Projection Alarm Clock SPU 900 A1 A notice signifies additional information that 1 Operating manual assists in the handling of the appliance. Technical Data Warning: Risk of electric shocks.
• Do not expose the appliance to rain and lectual abilities or deficiences in experi- never use it in a humid or wet environ- ence and/or knowledge unless they are ment. supervised by a person responsible for • Always take hold of the power cable by their safety or receive from this person the plug.
nected from the power supply and then Warnings about interaction with reconnected. The batteries (if present) batteries must be removed and then reinserted. The appliance uses batteries for memory Notice storage. When handling batteries, please observe the following: No liability/warranty claims will be con- sidered for damage to the appliance •...
approx. 15 seconds, the appliance saves the 1( Focus adjuster - for focussing the time adjustment and then leaves the programming projection mode. 2) Wire aerial - for VHF reception 2! Power cable 1. Press theMODE/LOCK button e. The 2@ Battery time display blinks.
Abbr. Diff. City Time offset Display Explanation Universal Time Coordinated OFFSET 1 In your time zone (local London / UK city) it is winter time and in the adjusted world time it +1 Berlin / Germany is currently summer time. +1 Paris / France OFFSET 0 In your time zone (local +1 Rome / Italy...
automatically dimmed. 2. Press the button DOWN i to deactivate 2. Press the buttons DOWN / UP i/o to the up-date function. The display g then set a different time. shows "UPDATE OFF". 3. Press the button MODE/LOCK e once 3.
ing down one of the buttons DOWN/UP 8. If needed, programme the other memory i/o changes the alarm time in quick suc- positions for alarm times as detailed cession. above. 3. Press the button PAGE/AL.SET f until the When the alarm signal sounds... desired alarm function (see table) is indi- •...
Radio operation Automatic station search You can also let the appliance search for The technical data of the appliance makes radio stations. The radio alarm then searches possible an adjustable frequency range wider the selected frequency range until it has than the permitted frequency ranges of 87,5 - found a radio station.
Should the second user be activated, the 5. On expiry of the time period the ap- “B” indicator appears in the display g. pliance switches itself off. 6. Repeat the steps 1 - 4 (for both users) until 6. To switch the timer off prematurely, all desired radio stations have been saved.
Notice regarding conformity SNOOZE/DIMMER button y retains its func- tion as a snooze button. To disable the button This appliance has been tested against, and lock function, press and hold the MODE/ found to be in compliance with, the funda- LOCK button e once again until the key mental requirements and other relevant stipu- symbol extinguishes.
this obligation is to ensure that batteries Service Great Britain are disposed of in a non-polluting man- Tel.: 0871 5000 720 (£ 0.10/Min.) ner. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Only dispose of batteries when IAN 67087 they are fully discharged. Service Ireland Disposal of packaging Tel.: 1890 930 034 (0,08 EUR/Min., (peak))