User manual Philips AJ 3980

If you found this page, you probably have a problem and you need a user manual for the device Philips AJ 3980. Be sure to check that it is the user manual to exactly the device that you are looking for. In our database Philips AJ 3980 it belongs to the category MP3 Player. A user manualPhilips AJ 3980 is taken from the manufacturer, a Philips company - it is an official document, so if you have any doubts as to its contents, please contact the manufacturer of the device Philips AJ 3980 directly. You can view the user manualPhilips AJ 3980 directly online or save and store it on your computer.

aj3980/17 1/9/03 10:08 AM Page 1  
This product complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with 21 CFR1040.10. Operation is subject to  
the following two conditions:  
Return your W arranty Registration card today to  
ensure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to.  
Once your Philips purchase is registered, So complete and return the Warranty  
1
English  
CONTROLS/ INSTALLATION  
CD:  
SETTING THECLOCKANDALARM TIMES  
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and  
This can be useful when for example you need to be  
CONTROLS (see figure 1)  
MEMORYBACKUP  
1 23 4  
5
2. this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause unde-  
sired operation.  
CD Clock Radio  
AJ3980  
woken up at a different time during the weekand at the  
weekend.  
-
-
starts / pauses CDplayback  
stops CDplayback  
The memorybackup convenientlyallows your clock,  
alarmand radio presets to be stored for up to 3  
minutes when there is a power interruption e.g. AC  
^ &  
6
7
8
1SLEEP TIMER- adjusts timer options for CD/ radio  
you’re eligible to receive all the privileges  
of owning a Philips product.  
Registration Card enclosed with your  
purchase at once, and take advantage  
of these important benefits.  
-
switches CD/ radio on.  
SETTINGTHEALARM TIME  
2
3
4
CD- starts CDplayback  
RADIO- switches on radio  
/
- skips to the next / previous CDtracks  
- fast search within a track  
power failure. The complete CDclockradio and display 1. In the standby mode, press ALARM 1 / ALARM 2  
will be switched off. As soon as the power supply  
returns, the displaywill indicate the correct time.  
• If power supplyreturns after 3 minutes, you will  
need to re-enter the clockand alarmtime settings.  
to select the alarm mode. Check the respective  
icon appears in the display: CD radio  
buzzer  
Either press briefly:  
ALARM 1 once for CDalarm . This enables  
CDplaybackfromthe first trackas your alarmcall.  
Radio:  
TUNING  
TIME/ ALARM  
CD / RADIO OFF  
/
L'appareil répond aux normes FCC, Part 15 et 21 CFR1040.10. Fonctionnement soumis aux deux  
conditions suivantes:  
1. Cet appareil ne doit pas provoquer d'interférences nuisibles, et  
2. Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y compris les interférences susceptibles de  
provoquer un fonctionement peu satisfaisant.  
/
(up / down)  
W arranty  
O wner  
Model  
Read this manual first!  
.
Return  
- tunes to radio stations automatically/ manually  
PRESET1 -5 -toselect / store a radiopreset station  
If you have any problems,do not attempt  
to return this product to the store.  
- switches off CD/ radio  
- selects clockdisplay  
Verification  
Confirm ation Registration  
yourWarranty  
Registration Card  
within 10 days  
9
Registering your product  
within 10 days confirms  
your right to maximum  
protection under the  
terms and conditions of  
your Philips warranty.  
Your completed Warranty Returning your Warranty  
BAND  
- selects waveband (FM/AM).  
CONNECTINGHEADPHONES  
For fast help, call us first!  
5WAKE-UP TRACK- programs your favorite CD  
trackfor wake-up trackalarm.  
Registration Card serves  
as verification of owner-  
Registration Card right  
away guarantees you’ll  
$
ALARM 1  
- selects CD  
0
!
Connect headphones witha 3.5mmplugintothe p jack.  
ALARM 2 once or more for radio  
alarm.  
/ buzzer  
1
-800-531-0039  
Y
alarm  
=The built-in speaker will now be muted on the set.  
ship in the event of prod- receive all the information  
6
7
PUSHTOOPEN - push this corner to open CDdoor  
-
switches CDalarmon/ off  
uct theft or loss.  
and special offers which  
you qualify for as the  
owner of your model.  
2
. Press SET AL1 or SET AL2 to activate the alarm  
setting mode.  
The current alarmtime displayflashes.  
DAILYALARM RESET- stops the active alarmfor  
DISPLAYBRIGHTNESS  
%
^
&
p- 3.5 mmjackfor headphones  
Coil antenna - improves FMreception  
Power cord  
24 hours  
El aparato cumple las normas FCC, Parte 15 y 21 CFR1040.10. Funcionamiento dependiente de dos  
condiciones siguientes:  
1. Este aparato no puede provocar interferencia dañina, y  
2. Este aparato debe aceptar cualquier interferenciarecibida, incluyendo las interferencias que  
puedenprovocar un funcionamiento insuficiente.  
In the dim/ mediumsetting, the backlight is interactive  
and gentlyfades in and out whenever you press a touch  
screen control.  
=
#
8
9
+ / - VOLUME- adjusts the volume  
3. Press HOUR/ MINUTEto adjust the hours and  
REPEATALARM/ BRIGHTNESS CONTROL  
%
minutes respectively.  
Know these  
For Custom er Use  
There are 3 settings: bright medium dim  
-
-
-
switches off the alarmfor a 9 minute period  
switches off timer function  
changes the brightness of the displaywindow  
INSTALLATION (see figure 2)  
Enter below the Serial No. which is locat-  
ed on the rear of the cabinet. Retain this  
information for future reference.  
Press REPEATALARM/ BRIGHTNESS CONTROLonce ormore. With your finger held down on HOUR/ MINUTE,  
safetysymbols  
ACPower Supply  
the displaywill increase the hours / minutes  
rapidlyand continuously.  
1. Checkif the power voltage, shown on the type plate  
SETTINGTHECLOCKTIME(see figure 3)  
C AU TIO N  
0
!
Main display  
- shows clocktime and function status  
on the bottom of the set, corresponds to your  
power supply. If it does not, consult your dealer or  
service center.  
Press HOUR/ MINUTEbrieflyand repeatedlyto  
adjust the time slowly.  
RIS K OF ELECTRIC S HOCK  
DO NOT OP EN  
The time is displayed using the 12 hour clockwhere the  
PM indicator lights up (on =PM, off =AM).  
@
Model No. ________________________  
Serial No. ________________________  
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT  
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS  
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.  
-
shows radio frequencyand CDtracknumber  
brieflywhen respective function is in use  
4. Press SET AL1 or SET AL2 again when you  
1. In the standbymode, press TIMESETto activate  
Canada  
English:  
2. Connect the plug to the wall outlet.  
have reached the correct time.  
the clocksetting mode.  
$
Alarm time display - shows the alarmtime and the  
=Youwillheara double beeptoconfirmthe time setting.  
...PH...IL..IPS scrolls across the displaycontinuously.  
=The current clocktime in the main displayflashes.  
chosen alarmactivated:  
This “bolt of lightning” indi-  
cates uninsulated material  
within your unit may cause an elec-  
trical shock. For the safety of every-  
one in your household, please do not  
remove product covering.  
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class Blimits for radio noise emissions fromdigital apparatus as  
set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.  
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE  
OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT  
EXPOSETHIS EQUIPMENT TO  
RAIN OR MOISTURE.  
To exit the demo mode, press anybutton on the  
set.  
Eg. TIME/ ALARM  
SLEEPTIMER  
RADIO  
2
. Press HOUR/ MINUTEto adjust the hours and  
minutes respectively.  
Alarm time display  
-
CD  
AL2 TIME)  
ALARM 2  
(AL1 TIME), radio  
/ buzzer  
alarm  
2
If you have set both alarms, the standbyalarmtime  
displaywill show the alarmtime which is readyto go  
off first, according to the current clocktime.  
E.g. if current clock time = 7:30  
(
CD / RADIO OFF  
Français :  
With your finger held down onHOUR/ MINUTE, the  
displaywill increase the hours / minutes rapidlyand  
continuously.  
Press HOUR/ MINUTEbrieflyand repeatedlyto  
adjust the time slowly.  
@
#
Cet appareil numérique n'émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables auxappareils  
numériques de Classe Bprescrites dans le Règlement sur le Brouillage Radioélectrique édicté par le Ministère  
des Communications du Canada.  
-
-
selects radio  
switches radio / buzzer alarmon/ off  
/ buzzer  
AL2 TIME  
= 6:20  
CD  
CAUTION: To prevent electric  
shock,match wide blade of plug to  
wide slot,and fully insert.  
AL1 TIME  
= 7:45,  
3. To disconnect the set completelyfromthe power  
Touch Screen Controls  
the standbyalarmdisplayshows the alarmtime, 7:45.  
The “exclamation point” calls  
attention to features for  
supply, withdraw the plug fromthe wall outlet.  
Clockcontrols shown in standbymode. The radio / CD  
controls appear when the radio / CDis switched on.  
SETAL1 - sets CDalarmtime  
HOUR- adjusts hour setting  
TIMESET- sets clocktime  
3. Press TIMESETagain when you have reached the  
VOLUME  
CD  
RADIO  
TIME/ ALARM  
Standby power consumption (clockmode)....1.5W  
correct time.  
GENTLEWAKEVOLUME  
which you should read the enclosed  
literature closely to prevent operat-  
ing and maintenance problems.  
=You will hear a double beep to confirmthe time  
Asure wayof getting up in the mornings, the gentle  
wake volume for the alarmbegins froma fixed gentle  
volume (10)and graduallyincreases to a maximum  
higher setting of (25.)  
The serial and production number are located  
on the bottom of the set.  
setting.  
SLEEP TIMER  
WAKE-UP TRACK  
CD / RADIO OFF  
MAC5097  
SETTINGTHEALARM (see figure 3)  
REPEAT ALARM  
DAILY ALARM  
RESET  
MINUTE- adjusts minute setting  
SETAL2 - sets radio / buzzer alarm  
BRIGH T N ESS C O N T RO L  
• The default low volume is uo: 10, and the  
maximumvolume is uo: 25.  
GENERAL  
Two different alarmtimes, ALARM 1 and ALARM 2  
can be set in the CD  
During the alarmcall, if you press + / - VOLUME,  
/ radio  
/ buzzer  
the volume stops automaticallygetting louder.  
modes.  
NOTES  
AJ3980 CDClock radio  
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS  
ALARM  
CD  
DAILYALARM RESET  
If you want the alarmmode to be stopped  
immediatelybut also wish to retain the same alarm  
setting for the following day:  
• Press and hold DAILYALARM RESET  
=You will hear a beep tone to confirmthat the alarm  
reset has been activated.  
CD/ RADIO  
SLEEP TIMER  
3
PHILIPS CONSUMER ELECTRONICS  
NORTH AMERICA  
Knoxville, Tennessee 37914-1810, U.S.A.  
TUNING TO A STATION (see figure 6)  
Helpful Tip :  
In the CDstop position, the CDtouch screen  
display remains active for 5 minutes.  
Helpful Tip :  
If you want the alarm to wake you up, FIRST  
CHECK:  
1. Read these instructions.  
12.  
Use only with the cart, stand,  
tripod, bracket, or table specified  
by the manufacturer or sold with  
the apparatus.When a cart is  
used, use caution when moving  
the cart/apparatus combination to  
avoid injury from tip-over.  
Manual tuning:  
2
3
. Keep these instructions.  
. Heed all warnings.  
TIME  
1. Press  
/
brieflyto find your station. Repeat  
-
-
properly to a station.  
you have disconnected the headphones.  
radio alarm : make sure you have tuned  
until you have found the desired station.  
Automatic tuning:  
Press  
to start playbackagain if you have  
4. Follow all instructions.  
stopped brieflye.g. to change a CD.  
Press and hold / until the display  
5
6
. Do not use this apparatus near water.  
. Clean only with dry cloth.  
If CDplaybackis paused for more than 15  
minutes and no controls are pressed, the set  
automaticallygoes to standbymode.  
frequencystarts to change frequency.  
English  
Français  
Español  
REPEATALARM  
SELECTINGCDWAKE-UP ALARM MODE  
• When a station of sufficient strength has been  
found, tuning will stop. Or you can stop the  
automatic tuning search by pressing either  
This will repeat your alarmcall at 9 minute intervals.  
• During the alarmcall, press REPEATALARM/  
BRIGHTNESS CONTROL.  
7. Do not block any ventilation openings.  
Install in accordance with the m anu-  
facturer´s instructions.  
You can programand select a CDtracknumber  
between 1-99, when the set is in the standbyor radio  
playbackmode.  
However, if the tracknumber programmed does not  
exist on your CD, the CDwill start playbackfromthe  
first trackduring the alarmcall.  
SELECTINGADIFFERENTTRACKDURINGPLAYBACK  
The tracknumber appears brieflyin the displaywhen  
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning  
storms or when unused for long periods of  
time.  
/
again. Repeat until you have found  
• Repeat as often as desired.  
PM  
you press  
or  
to skip tracks.  
= Your alarmmode indication  
,
,
will  
the desired station.  
8. Do not install near any heat sources  
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or  
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that  
produce heat.  
AL1  
TIME  
flash throughout the time the repeat alarmis  
active.  
Press  
once or more to skip to the next track(s).  
more than once to skip to previous tracks  
once and playbackwill return to the  
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service per-  
sonnel. Servicing is required when the appara-  
tus has been damaged in any way, such as  
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid  
has been spilled or objects have fallen into  
the apparatus, the apparatus has been  
exposed to rain or moisture, does not oper-  
ate normally, or has been dropped.  
15. Battery usage CAUTIO N – To prevent  
battery leakage which may result in bodily  
injury, property damage, or damage to the  
unit:  
PRESET  
PRESET STATIONS (see figure 6)  
Press  
1
2
. Set the alarm time for AL1 TIME.  
. Insert a CDinto the CDcompartment.  
3. Press ALARM 1 to select CDalarm mode.  
. Press WAKE-UP TRACKto activate favorite  
track programming.  
5. Press or until the desired track number  
is shown.  
Storing preset stations  
CANCELLINGTHEALARM COMPLETELY  
When an alarmis cancelled this is shown bythe  
selected alarmindication and symbol disappearing  
fromthe display.  
To cancel the set alarmtime before it goes off:  
• Press ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 until the alarmicons  
• Press  
You can programup to five radio stations for each band.  
If you like, you can also replace a preset station with  
another frequency. The current station will be indicated  
bya square round the preset number in the display.  
E.g. 1  
SET AL1 HOUR TIME SET MINUTE SET AL2  
beginning of the current track.  
9
. Do not defeat the  
safety purpose of  
the polarized or  
4
AC  
Polarized  
Plug  
FINDINGAPASSAGEWITHIN ATRACK  
. During playback, press and hold or  
W
CLASS 1  
1
/
/
disappears fromthe display.  
=
The CDis played at high speed and low volume;  
1. Tune to your desired station (see RADIO  
RECEPTION).  
grounding-type plug.A polarized plug has two  
blades with one wider than the other.A  
grounding type plug has two blades and a  
third grounding prong.The wide blade or the  
third prong are provided for your safety. If the  
provided plug does not fit into your outlet,  
consult an electrician for replacement of the  
obsolete outlet.  
AJ3980  
6. Press WAKE-UP TRACKto confirm the selected  
track number.  
the displaywill show 'Cd:' and your  
CD PLAYBACK(see figure 5)  
current tracknumber.  
2. As soon as you have found your station, press and  
=
The displayreturns to standbyclocktime.  
. If you want to review your programmed track  
1. Insert a CDwith the printed side facing up, and  
2. Release  
or  
when you recognize the  
hold a preset number 1-5. Release the number  
when you hear a double beep confirming that the  
station has now been set.  
7
close the door.  
passage you want.  
4
number, press WAKE-UP TRACK.  
=
Normal CDplaybackand standbyclocktime  
2. Press the CDbutton to start playback.  
resumes.  
IMPORTANT!  
=Displayshows: 'Cd: --' and the total number of  
tracks, then your current tracknumber, before  
returning to clocktime  
Selecting preset stations  
The  
buzzer alarm option will automatically  
RADIO RECEPTION (see figure 6)  
. Press the RADIObutton to switch on the radio.  
Select and press a preset number, 1-5.  
Install all batteries correctly, + and - as  
marked on the unit.  
LASER PRODUCT  
replace the CDalarmif you have:  
1
=
inserted a CDincorrectly;  
inserted a damaged CD;  
forgotten to insert anyCD;  
not closed the CDdoor properly.  
=CDtouch screen controls appears throughout CD  
Radio touch screen controls appears throughout  
radio operation  
SLEEP TIMER (see figure 7)  
operation.  
10. Protect the power cord from being  
walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,  
convenience receptacles, and the point where  
they exit from the apparatus.  
Do not mix batteries (old and new or car-  
bon and alkaline, etc.).  
About SLEEP TIMER  
=The radio frequencyand waveband appears in the  
displayfor 10 seconds before reverting backto the  
clockdisplay.  
Other possible CDindications before return-  
ing to clock time:  
This feature is a built-in timer device which enables  
the set to be automaticallyswitched off during CD/  
radio playback, after a set period of time. There are  
three timer options: 60 , 30 and 15 minutes.  
Remove batteries when the unit is not used  
for a long time.  
=
dooris shown if the CDdoor is not closed.  
noCdis shown if no CDhas been inserted /  
inserted incorrectly.  
Meet Philips at the Internet  
http://www.philips.com  
SWITCHING OFFTHE ALARM (see figure 4)  
2
. Press the BANDbutton to select your waveband  
FM/AM.  
=
There are three ways of switching off the alarm.  
Unless you cancel the alarm completely, the DAILY  
ALARM RESEToption will be automatically select-  
ed after 59 minutes, from the time your alarm time  
first sounds.  
11. O nly use attachm ents/accessories spec-  
ified by the manufacturer.  
3. Tune to your station manually or automatically  
Setting SLEEP TIMER  
=
nFCdis shown if the CD-R(W)is non-finalized  
Errindicates a general error in operation of the set.  
EL 6475-E004: 02/8  
byusing  
(up / down).  
1. Press the SLEEP TIMERbutton rapidly once or  
more to select your timer options: 60 , 30 and 15  
minutes.  
=
/
3. Adjust the sound with +/- VOLUME.  
To improve reception :  
FM : extend the coil antenna fullyat the backof the  
set for optimumreception.  
AM : uses a built-in antenna. Direct the antenna by  
adjusting the position of your set.  
4
To interrupt, press  
The displaywill show SL:and the timer options  
briefly.  
=
Helpful Tip  
During an alarmcall/ repeat alarm, onlythe  
DAILYALARM RESET, REPEATALARM/ BRIGHT-  
NESS CONTROLand ALARM 1 or ALARM 2 and +  
=
CD  
flashes.  
=
appears when the timer is active.  
. To cancel the timer, you can either press:  
5. Press  
again to resume playback.  
2
4
. Adjust the sound using the + / - VOLUME.  
6. Press  
to stop playback. Or press TIME/  
ALARM CD / RADIO OFF to return to  
CD / RADIO OFF  
5. To switch off the radio, press the TIME/ALARM  
TIME/ALARM  
/
- VOLUMEcontrols on the set will operate.  
CD / RADIO OFF button.  
REPEATALARM/ BRIGHTNESS CONTROL  
Printed in China  
standbymode.  
LIMITED WARRANTY  
MAINTENANCE  
TROUBLESHOOTING  
7
NOTES  
5
PO RTABLE AUDIO  
One Year Free Exchange  
This product must be carried in for an exchange.  
CD  
General (see figure 8)  
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed  
below before taking the set for repair.  
If you are unable to remedy a problem by  
following these hints, consult your dealer or  
service center.  
Continuous crackling/ hiss disturbance during  
AM broadcast  
S LEEP TIMER  
If you do not intend to use the set for a long time,  
withdraw the plug fromthe wall outlet.  
VOLUME  
CD  
RADIO  
TIME/ ALARM  
CD / RADIO OFF  
VOLUME  
– Electrical interference fromTVs, computers,  
fluorescent lamps, etc.  
W HO IS COVERED?  
BEFO RE REQ UESTING EXCHANGE...  
Please check your owner's manual for assistance. If you  
have additional questions, call us at 1-800-531-0039.  
CD  
RADIO  
TIME/ ALARM  
• Do not expose the set, to humidity, rain, sand or  
excessive heat caused byheating equipment or  
direct sunlight.  
CAUTION  
You must have proof of purchase to exchange the prod-  
uct.A sales receipt or other document showing that you  
purchased the product is considered proof of purchase.  
Attach it to this owner’s manual and keep both nearby.  
SLEEP TIMER  
WAKE-UP TRACK  
Use of controls or adjustments or  
performance of procedures other than  
herein may result in hazardous  
radiation exposure or other unsafe  
operation.  
Move set awayfromother electrical equipment  
SLEEP TIMER  
WAKE-UP TRACK  
CD / RADIO OFF  
DAILY ALARM  
RESET  
REPEAT ALARM  
EXCHANGING A PRO DUCT IN U.S.A.,  
PUERTO RICO, O R U.S.VIRGIN ISLANDS...  
Contact 1-800-531-0039 to arrange an exchange. Or,  
The alarm does not function  
BRIGH T N ESS C O N T RO L  
WARNING:  
To clean the set, use a soft, drycloth. Do not use  
anycleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia,  
benzene or abrasives as these mayharmthe  
product’s surface.  
REPEAT ALARM  
DAILY ALARM  
RESET  
BRIGH T N ESS C O N T RO L  
Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric  
shock! Under no circumstances should you try  
to repair the set yourself, as this will invalidate  
the warranty.  
W HAT IS COVERED?  
– Alarmmode not selected  
See chapter on SETTINGTHEALARM  
– Alarmtime not set  
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product. ship the product, insured and freight prepaid, and with  
For one year thereafter, a defective or inoperative prod-  
uct will be replaced with a new, renewed or comparable  
product at no charge to you.A replacement product is  
covered only for the original warranty period.When the  
warranty on the original product expires, the warranty  
on the replacement product also expires.  
proof of purchase enclosed, to the address listed below.  
Philips Exchange Program  
Suite A  
406 North Irish Street  
Greeneville TN 37745  
See chapter on SETTINGTHEALARM.  
CDplayer and CDhandling (see figure 9)  
The lens of the CDplayer should never be touched!  
No sound  
Volume not adjusted  
Adjust the VOLUME  
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico, and U.S.Virgin Islands, all implied  
warranties, including implied warranties of merchantability  
and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration  
to the duration of this express warranty. But, because some  
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied war-  
ranty may last, this limitation may not apply to you.)  
CD  
• Sudden changes in the surrounding temperature  
can cause condensation to formand the lens of  
your CDplayer to cloud over. Playing a CDis then  
not possible. Do not attempt to clean the lens but  
leave the set in a warmenvironment until the  
moisture evaporates.  
Environmental information  
W HAT IS EXCLUDED?  
Your warranty does not cover:  
RADIO  
TUNING  
FM  
S LEEP  
Headphones are connected  
Disconnect headphones  
All unnecessarypackaging material has been omit-  
ted. We have done our utmost to make the packag-  
ing easilyseparable into 2 materials: paper pulp,  
polyethylene.  
labor charges for installation or setup of the prod-  
uct, adjustment of customer controls on the prod-  
uct, and installation or repair of antenna systems  
outside of the product.  
product repair and/or part replacement because of  
misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause  
not within the control of Philips.  
AL2  
TIME  
PM  
AL1  
TIME  
AL2  
TIME  
PRESET  
BAND  
No reaction to any operation of the bottons  
EXCHANGING A PRO DUCT IN CANADA...  
Please contact Philips at:  
1
2
3
4
5
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled  
if disassembled bya specialized company.  
Please observe local regulations on the disposal of  
packing materials and old equipment.  
Electrostatic discharge  
Disconnect the set fromthe power supplyand  
reconnect the set after 5 minutes.  
Always shut the CDdoor to keep the CD  
compartment dust-free. To clean, dust the  
compartment with a soft drycloth.  
1-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)  
1-800-531-0039 (English or Spanish Speaking)  
reception problems caused by signal conditions or  
cable or antenna systems outside the unit.  
To clean the CD, wipe in a straight line fromthe  
center towards the edge using a soft, lint-free  
cloth. Do not use cleaning agents as theymay  
damage the disc.  
a product that requires modification or adaptation to (In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other war-  
ranties. No other warranties are expressed or implied,  
including any implied warranties of merchantability or fit-  
ness for a particular purpose. Philips is not liable under  
any circumstances for any direct, indirect, special, inciden-  
tal or consequential damages, howsoever incurred, even  
CDplayback does not work  
enable it to operate in any country other than the  
country for which it was designed, manufactured,  
approved and/or authorized, or repair of products  
damaged by these modifications.  
6
8
– CDbadlyscratched or dirty  
• Replace/ clean CD  
– Laser lens steamed up  
RADIO  
incidental or consequential damages resulting from  
Never write on a CDor attach anystickers to it.  
VOLUME  
the product. (Some states do not allow the exclusion if notified of the possibility of such damages.)  
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above  
CD  
RADIO  
TIME/ ALARM  
CD / RADIO OFF  
Wait until lens has adjusted to roomtemperature  
Laser lens dirty  
Clean lens byplaying a CDlens cleaning disc  
exclusion may not apply to you.This includes, but is  
not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copy-  
righted or not copyrighted.)  
a product used for commercial or institutional pur-  
poses.  
REMEMBER...  
SLEEP TIMER  
WAKE-UP TRACK  
Please record below the model and serial numbers found  
on the product.Also, please fill out and mail your war-  
ranty registration card promptly. It will be easier for us  
to notify you if necessary.  
REPEAT ALARM  
DAILY ALARM  
RESET  
– CD-R(W)is non-finalized  
BRIGH T N ESS C O N T RO L  
Use a finalized CD-R(W)  
Occasional crackling sound during FM  
broadcast  
W HERE IS EXCHANGE AVAILABLE?  
You may exchange the product in all countries where  
the product is officially distributed by Philips. In countries  
where Philips does not distribute the product, the local  
Philips service organization will attempt to provide a  
replacement product (although there may be a delay if  
the appropriate product is not readily available).  
MODEL# __________________________________  
Weaksignal  
Extend coil antenna fully  
SERIAL#  
__________________________________  
9
RADIO  
FM  
X
PM  
AL2  
TIME  
TUNING  
PRESET  
BAND  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.  
Philips, P.O. Box 520890, Miam i, FL 33152, USA, (402) 536-4171  
EL6095T004 / 8-02  
1
2
3
4
5

In addition to the user manual Philips AJ 3980, we also provide a support panel to help you solve your problems with Philips AJ 3980. If you have any questions, you can ask them in the form below. Other users viewing this website will have the opportunity to help you solve your probem with Philips AJ 3980. Remember that you can also share the solution. If you solved the problem yourself, please write the solution to the problem with Philips AJ 3980 - you will surely help many users by doing so.

Have you got problems with your device? Ask a question - our users can help you

No one has added a comment for this device/ user manual.