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PDF]FM/AM Clock Radio - Sony

https://docs.sony.com/release/ICFC218_US.pdf Sony CorporationVarious types of alarms - radio and buzzer. Automatic time set - When you plug theclock in for the first time, the current time will be shown in the display.

[PDF]Jumbo Display AM/FM Clock Radio - TIMEX Audio


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