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PHILIPS AZT9240
Service Manual


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Description of PHILIPS AZT9240 Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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Storing radio stations
You can store up to 30 radio stations. 1 Tune to a desired radio station and press PROGRAM.
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2 Press ∞ or § if necessary repeatedly to select the number that should be assigned to this radio station. 3 Press PROGRAM while PRESET is blinking to confirm the storing. y PRESET, the waveband, the frequency and the preset number of the stored station are displayed. 4 Store all desired stations this way.

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Note: Already stored stations can be recognized by the indicator PRESET and the preset number.
Tuning to a stored radio station 1 Select the waveband. 2 Press ∞ or § if necessary repeatedly to select the preset number of the desired radio station. y Radio play starts. PRESET, the waveband, the frequency and the preset number of the stored station are displayed.

Time setting
Your player has a built-in clock. However CD or tuner play is not conditional upon the time setting. 1 Keep SET· pressed for approximately 2 seconds. The clock digits OO:OO flash. y 2 Keep 3 or 4 pressed, then briefly press 3 or 4 again repeatedly within 5 seconds to
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set the current time. The current time is displayed.

3 Press SET· three times or do not press any key for 5 seconds. y The current time is set and the time display goes off. • To switch to the clock display during CD or tuner play, press CLOCK. y The current time is displayed for 5 seconds.

Notes:

– When the player is supplied by batteries do not remove the batteries during radio play, otherwise time settings will be lost and will have to be readjusted. – If the power supply is interrupted for longer than 1 minute, all time settings will be lost and will have to be readjusted.

Alarm time setting
Provided the current time has been set, your player can be used as an alarm clock. 1 Keep SET· pressed for approximately 2 seconds, then briefly press SET· again. y AL is displayed and the alarm clock digits 00:00 flash. 2 Press 3 or 4 repeatedly within 5 seconds to set the alarm time. y is shown and the alarm time is displayed. 3 Press SET· twice or do not press any key for 5 seconds. y The alarm time is set and the alarm display goes off. • To switch to the alarm clock display during CD or tuner play, press CLOCK twice. y is shown and the alarm time is displayed for 5 seconds.

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