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Introduction
The Community Messenger
How do I make it work?
Rules For Proper Operation
Community Messenger Quick Installation
Community Messenger Unit
    Information:
Data Signal:
Volume Control:
Power Supply:
Batteries:
Antenna:
DB9 connector (RS232 data port):
Batteries are Low
Please Replace the 6 AA Size Batteries
Disclaimer
Signal Problems
Blinking Red Light
If The Unit Isnít Receiving a Signal:
Operation
Opening Screen
The Key Pad
Directory
Alpha Mode
The Menu
Set Phone Numbers
A. Personal Contact Phone Numbers
B. Emergency Contact Phone Numbers
C. Alpha Mode
D. Alarm Setting
2. The Clock/Alarm Clock
3. Radio Station.
4. Select Community
Uses
Scrolling Ads
Community Messages
Personal Contact Messages
Emergency Messages
Zip Codes
Traffic Reports
Entertainment Radio
Live Messages
Paging
Additional Information
Things not to do with the receiver:
Important Safety Instructions
Options and Accessories
FM Tuner (addition)
Auto Power Accessory
Message Printer
Class B Equipment
Limited Ninety Day Warranty

II. Signal Problems

Blinking Red Light

The red light (LED - light emitting diode) notifies you of a message waiting and will blink at regular intervals until the message is read. (You may read that message by pressing the apad.jpg - 1163 Bytes key.) While reading messages, to clear the blinking red light, press asterick.jpg - 1158 Bytes or continue pressing apad.jpg - 1163 Bytes until all the messages have been read.

If the light is flickering, your data signal is bad. Move the antenna until the light goes out or locate the receiver in another part of the room. This problem occurs the further you are from the station or when there is a lot of RF noise, such as having a computer or other electronic device near the receiver.

If you canít get a good signal, you will need to add an antenna. The signal can be split off of an outdoor TV antenna or you may use rabbit ears. (If you arenít familiar with rabbit ears, consult your parents!)
  • no light = good data and good signal
  • flickering light = bad data
  • blinking light at equal intervals = unread message