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If you set the ringing duration to 1 minute the alarm

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navigation button”. If you set the ringing duration to "1 minute", the alarm sounds for one minute, then the unit is silent. When you have selected your preference, press "Enter" or “Right navigation button” to move to the next field. 5.2.4 Wake-up call times This option allows you to decide how many times the alarm sounds. If the alarm is not turned off by pressing "BackSpace-enter", it repeats according to the number of times you set for this option. The available settings are 1 to 5 and default is 3 times. Move among these options by pressing “Backspace"/“Space” or “Up navigation button”/“Down navigation button”. When you have selected your preference, press "Enter" or “Right navigation button” to move to the next field. 5.2.5 Repeat Interval This option sets the amount of time between the times that the alarm sounds. For example, if you set the repeat interval to three minutes, after the alarm has stopped sounding, it rings again in 3 minutes. The available settings are from 1 minute to 9 minutes and default is 5 minutes. Move among these options by pressing “Backspace"/“Space” or “Up navigation button”/“Down navigation button”. As this is the final setting, pressing “Enter” completes the setting of the alarm and exits the “Alarm” dialog. , if you want to cancel setting the “Alarm”, press “Esc”. 5.2.6 Stop Alarm Sound When the alarm sounds, the Braille display also displays the message "Alarm stop? Stop or Yes to all". If you want to stop 1 occurrence of alarm, press “ENTER”. (the Current cursor is located on the “stop” option.)
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If you want to stop the alarm completely so that it does not repeat at the specified time for the specified number of wake up calls, move the cursor to the “Yes to all” option and press “ENTER” or press the cursor routing button twice. Press “Space”/”Backspace” or “Space-1”/“Space-4” to change the cursor location to the different options and then press “ENTER”. 5.3 Date and Time You can check and set date and time in the “Date and Time” application. To open “Date and Time”, move to “Applications” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”, and press “Enter”. Move to the “Date and Time” by using “Space-4” or “Space-1”, and press “Enter”. When “Date and Time” is executed, time, day, month, date and year are displayed. To close “Date and Time”, press “Esc”. 5.3.1 Set the date and time To set or change date and time, press Ctrl-S (dots 2-3-4). Or press “Space- m (1-3-4) or “Alt”, and move to “Set(s)” using “Space-4”, and press “Enter”. You can type the time directly or use the “Up/down navigation buttons” to select time values., Press “Enter” or “Right navigation button” to save the “Time” and move to the “Date” setting.
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