What happens if the alarm clock radio does not work. To repair it yourself, I would suggest the following:
1. Check the power at the outlet, and make sure the power is on.
2. Check the pointer. Some household radios use a station frequency pointer mounted on a dial cord that is moved by a small wheel on the side of the clock radio. Other household radios use a digital frequency readout that cannot be adjusted.
3. If the sound is fuzzy, disassemble the unit and locate the volume control. Spray electrical contact cleaner into the control and rotate or slide the control several times to lubricate the mechanism.
4. Replace a damaged or broken antenna.
Most modern clock radios are built on printed circuit boards that can only be repaired by trained technicians. Some of the tools you may need are screwdrivers, wrenches, electronic control cleaner, denaturedl alcohol, soldering iron and solder.
Reset Dial Pointer
1. Turn on radio. Find a strong radio signal, listen to the frequency.
2. Use a piece of tape or grease pencil to mark the dial where the pointer should be for that frequency.
3. Unplug the receiver and open the housing. There are usually two to four screws in the underside of the radio.
4. Inspect the pointer mechanism for problems, such as a cord that came off at the end