Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product E100 Grundig
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E100 OPERA TION MANU AL www .etoncorp.com AM/FM/SHORTW AVE RADIO.
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5 MAJOR FEA TURES OF THE E100 • SHOR TWA VE: 1711 - 29.995 KHz • FM 87.0 - 108.0MHz; MW 520 - 1710 • Manual and Auto-Scan T uning • Direct K eypad F requency Entry • Manual/Auto Scan to scan.
7 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 6 7 DIA GRAMS continued RADIO OFF DISPLA Y RADIO ON DISPLA Y Battery Symbol Antenna Symbol 1-5 Scale Alarm AM/PM Indicator Alarm Clock Digits Alarm Activation Symbol Clock Dig.
4 GETTING ST AR TED 9 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 8 9 5 B ASIC RADIO OPERA TION IMPORT ANT INITIAL SET -UP 1. Assure that the radio is unlock ed, using the LOCK switch (24) on right side of the radio by pushing it down, to the OFF position. T his switch can be used to lock the radio when it is not in use or when traveling.
11 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 10 B ASIC RADIO OPERA TION continued SETTING UP AM AND FM OUTSIDE OF NORTH AMERICA Y ou can skip this section if you are in North America and just purchased the E100. It is already set-up in the factory for use in North America.
6 CLOCK AND ALARM FEA TURES B ASIC RADIO OPERA TION continued 13 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 12 SETTING THE CLOCK T he factory has set the clock to function as a 24-hour format clock. If you prefer a 12 hour , AM/PM clock format, see the section titled CHANGING THE CLOCK FROM 24 TO 12 HOUR FORMA T , on page 22.
7 WORKING WITH MEMOR Y CLOCK AND ALARM FEA TURES continued T o set the alarm: 1. T urn the radio off . The alarm clock digits (30) appear in the upper right corner of the display . 2. Press/release the button labeled ‘T ime Set’ twice. T he alarm clock’ s digits flash in the display .
WORKING WITH MEMOR Y continued WORKING WITH MEMOR Y continued 17 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 16 ACCESSING WHA T IS STORED INTO MEMORY T here are three ways to access what has been stored into memory: Direct Memory Access, Memory Search and Memory Auto-scan.
WORKING WITH MEMOR Y continued WORKING WITH MEMOR Y continued 19 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 18 MOVING A STORED FREQUENCY If desired, a frequency that has been stored into a memory can be moved to a different memory on the same page , or a different page .
8 SY STEM SET CODES AND THE SYSTEM SET CODE T ABLE WORKING WITH MEMOR Y continued 21 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 20 CODE DESCRIPTION SHOWN IN NO . DISPLA Y 01* Alarm uses radio station on page 1, Mem 1 AL.
SY STEM SET CODES AND THE SYSTEM SET CODE T ABLE continued SY STEM SET CODES AND THE SYSTEM SET CODE T ABLE continued 23 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL 22 DEFAUL T FACTOR Y SYSTEM SET CODES When shipped from the factory , the radio’ s System Set Code T able is set up as follows .
PREVENTING BA TTERY ACID LEAKAGE T o avoid battery acid leakage , only use high quality alkaline or rechargeable nick el-metal-hydride batteries . Never intermix old with new , or different brands or types of batteries . If the batteries leak, don’t throw them away and immediately contact the manufacturer of the batteries .
OPERA TES ERRA TICALL Y P erform a RESET , as described in the section titled RESET PROCEDURE. ST A TIONS ARE RECEIVED TOO WEAK • Assure that the ANTENNA GAIN switch is set to the H position. • Assure that the telescopic antenna is pulled up all the way for FM and Shortwave reception.
Shortwave enables listening to stations from around the world. T o get you started, some basics are noted below . Also see the SHOR TWA VE LISTENING GUIDE in this manual. • Night shortwave reception is almost alw ays better than daytime shortwave . • During daytime the most active shortwave bands are 13, 15, 16, 19, and 22 meters .
LISTENING T O SHORTW A VE ST A TIONS continued 30 BAND FREQUENCY METER RANGE (kilohertz) 120 2250 - 2550 90 3150 - 3450 75 3850 - 4050 60 4700 - 5100 49 5800 - 6300 41 7100 - 7500 31 9400 - 1000 25 11.
12 SHORTW A VE LISTENING GUIDE 32 UNDERST ANDING SHORTW A VE BANDS: THE KEY TO ENJOYING YOUR SHORTW A VE RADIO Introduction Now that you have a shortwave r adio , no doubt you’ll want to hear worldwide stations right away . If you’ re new to shortwave , please tak e some time to learn the basics outlined below .
SHORTW A VE LISTENING GUIDE continued 34 BAND MEGAHERTZ (MHz) KILOHERTZ (KHz) 120 m 2.300-2.500 MHz 2300-2500 KHz 90 m 3.20-3.40 MHz 3200-3400 KHz 75 m 3.90-4.00 MHz 3900-4000 KHz 60 m 4.750-5.060 MHz 4750-5060 KHz 49 m 5.950-6.20 MHz 5950-6200 KHz 41 m 7.
SHORTW A VE LISTENING GUIDE continued 36 DA YTIME LISTENING Shortwave listening is gener ally at its poorest during the daylight hours of about 10 a.m.
38 39 E100 OPERA TION MANUAL T o ensure full warr anty coverage or product updates, registr ation of your etón or Grundig product should be complete as soon as possible after purchase or receipt. To register your r adio, please select one of the following methods: 13 W ARRANTY REGISTRA TION 1) Register by visiting our website at http://www .
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