Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] If you place your radio in a compartment, leave at least 10 cm on either side and 20 cm at the front and rear. Only use the power supplied unit, and connect it to the mains according to the installation instructions in this manual and the indications on the identification label located next to the battery compartment and the power supply unit supplied (voltage, current, mains network frequency). As a precaution, in the event of danger, mains adapters are used as cut-off devices for 230V mains power. They should be located near the equipment and remain easily accessible. [. . . ] As such, European regulations require that it be selectively collected: In distribution points if an equivalent item of equipment is purchased. In locally available collection points (civic amenity, separate collection, etc. ). In this way, you participate in the reuse and recovery of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) which may have harmful effects on the environment and on human health.
Check that the following components are in the packing:
the radio, the power transformer,
the UK adapter, this user manual.
DISCOVERING YOUR RADIO
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FM / AM PO / GO
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Keys Loud speaker Screen Menu key Stations key Volume key Knob Lock button FM/PM/PO/GO Modes key
FM / AM PO / GO
Used to. . . Aerial On/Off switch Preselection keys 1 - 5 Power outlet
During operation or on standby, your radio screen will inform you by means of icons of the status of your radio. Depending on the radio status, the following icons may be displayed:
FM AM SW LW
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No. Message display zone.
USING THE KNOB
The radio is equipped with a multifunction knob.
In the menus Scroll through the menus. -
SWITCHING THE RADIO ON / OFF
Press the key on the top of the radio. Only the time remains displayed on the
Standby: press briefly on the screen.
BROWSING THE MENUS
1. When the required menu is displayed: press the knob to enter this menu, or press the key to return to the previous screen. To exit the main menu, press the
You will automatically exit the main menu after a few seconds of inactivity.
The following menus depend on the radio model you have. Alarm Alarm1 Alarm2 Alarm3 Standby Off 10 mins | 90 mins Configuration Initial configuration Language Time Station search Audio FM Automatic Manual Stereo Mono
Only use approved chargers and accessories for use with this model. Connecting other accessories may be dangerous and void your warranty rights.
CHOOSING THE ADAPTER
Choose the adapter according to your country. Align the adapter with its housing and slide it in the power transformer as illustrated here, until it clips into place. You must be handling it in a wrong way.
SWITCHING ON YOUR RADIO
1. The screen lights
USING THE RADIO DAILY
LOCKING / UNLOCKING THE RADIO
To carry your radio while it is on, place the button on the right side of your radio in the raised position. The control buttons are inactive.
POSITIONING THE AERIAL
For optimal reception, unfold the aerial. Keep the aerial away from any source of radiation to prevent interference (television, video recorder, etc. ).
SELECTING A MODE
FM / AM PO / GO
key on the right side of your radio.
The screen displays the corresponding icon.
SEARCHING FOR A RADIO STATION
1. [. . . ] The icon is displayed on the screen.
PROGRAMMING THE AUTOMATIC SLEEP FUNCTION
You can set your radio to switch off automatically after a certain time, when listening to the radio for example. In the Standby menu, select the period required, from 10 to 90 minutes. To remove the automatic sleep function, select the Off option and confirm.
RESETTING THE RADIO
If necessary, you can reset the radio to its initial settings. If you reset the radio, you will lose your personal settings.
In the Configuration > Initial configuration menu, select Yes and confirm. [. . . ]