That seems to be it, thanks - there are some minor differences; the
buttons have different names, no "TIME" button, and mine has 25, not 20,
programmes, but I can now set it as required.
Thank you; and thanks to others who offered help, too.
What a great newsgroup!
Andy Mabbett Reply to [my first name] [at] pigsonthewing.org.uk
USA imprisons children without trial, at Guantanamo Bay:
I've got one of those Micromark beasts, if I want it to stay on from
22:00 until morning 06:00, I have to put a ON at 00:00, otherwise it
switches itself off at midnight.
Also if you aren't going to use it for a long time, open the battery
cover and put a piece of paper in to stop the batteries draining as
they try to keep the time correct...
Otherwise a reliable gadget...
replying to comfortable, Foghorn247 wrote:
Finally found mine (I'll see about getting a PDF loaded if people are still
interested) and after years of frustration (there are only so many combinations
with six buttons): daylight savings / british summer time is changed by pressing
SET and CD at the same time.
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