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Österreich
Unter www.bosch-pt.at können Sie online Ersatzteile 
bestellen.
Tel.: (01) 797222010
Fax: (01) 797222011
E-Mail: service.elektrowerkzeuge@at.bosch.com
Schweiz
Unter www.bosch-pt.com/ch/de können Sie online 
Ersatzteile bestellen.
Tel.: (044) 8471511
Fax: (044) 8471551
E-Mail: Aftersales.Service@de.bosch.com
Luxemburg
Tel.: +32 2 588 0589
Fax: +32 2 588 0595
E-Mail: outillage.gereedschap@be.bosch.com
Transport
Die enthaltenen Li-Ionen-Akkus unterliegen den Anforderun-
gen des Gefahrgutrechts. Die Akkus können durch den Benut-
zer ohne weitere Auflagen auf der Straße transportiert werden.
Beim Versand durch Dritte (z.B.: Lufttransport oder Spedition) 
sind besondere Anforderungen an Verpackung und Kennzeich-
nung zu beachten. Hier muss bei der Vorbereitung des Versand-
stückes ein Gefahrgut-Experte hinzugezogen werden.
Versenden Sie Akkus nur, wenn das Gehäuse unbeschädigt ist. 
Kleben Sie offene Kontakte ab und verpacken Sie den Akku so, 
dass er sich nicht in der Verpackung bewegt.
Bitte beachten Sie auch eventuelle weiterführende nationale 
Vorschriften.
Baustellenradio funktioniert bei Akkubetrieb nicht
Akkukontakte verschmutzt
Akkukontakte reinigen; z.B. 
durch mehrfaches Ein- und 
Ausstecken des Akkus, ggf. 
Akku ersetzen
Akku defekt
Akku ersetzen
Akku zu warm oder zu kalt 
(Temperaturwarnung k 
leuchtet)
Abwarten, bis der Akku 
Betriebstemperatur erreicht
Energieversorgung externer Geräte funktioniert nicht
Netzstecker nicht einge-
steckt
Netzstecker (vollständig) 
einstecken
12-V-Anschluss funktioniert nicht
Keine Sicherung 32 einge-
setzt
Sicherung 32 einsetzen
Sicherung 32 wurde ausge-
löst
Sicherung 32 wechseln
Interne Temperatursicherung 
wurde ausgelöst
Externes Gerät entfernen und 
Baustellenradio abkühlen 
lassen
Baustellenradio versagt plötzlich
Netzstecker bzw. Akku nicht 
richtig bzw. nicht vollständig 
eingesteckt
Netzstecker bzw. Akku richtig 
und vollständig einstecken
Softwarefehler
Zum Zurücksetzen der Soft-
ware Netzstecker ziehen und 
Akku entnehmen, 30 s war-
ten, Netzstecker bzw. Akku 
wieder einstecken.
Schlechter Radioempfang
Störung durch andere Geräte 
oder ungünstigen Aufstellort
Baustellenradio an einem 
anderen Ort mit besserem 
Empfang bzw. in größerem 
Abstand zu anderen elektro-
nischen Geräten oder Steck-
dosen aufstellen
Zeitanzeige gestört
Pufferbatterien für Uhr leer
Pufferbatterien wechseln
Pufferbatterien mit falscher 
Polung eingesetzt
Pufferbatterien mit richtiger 
Polung einsetzen
Ursache
Abhilfe
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Entsorgung
Baustellenradios, Akkus, Zubehör und Verpackungen 
sollen einer umweltgerechten Wiederverwertung zu-
geführt werden.
Werfen Sie Baustellenradios und Akkus/Batterien nicht in den 
Hausmüll!
Nur für EU-Länder:
Gemäß der europäischen Richtlinie 
2012/19/EU müssen nicht mehr gebrauchs-
fähige Elektrogeräte und gemäß der euro-
päischen Richtlinie 2006/66/EG müssen 
defekte oder verbrauchte Akkus/Batterien 
getrennt gesammelt und einer umwelt-
gerechten Wiederverwendung zugeführt 
werden.
Nicht mehr gebrauchsfähige Akkus/Batterien können direkt 
abgegeben werden bei:
Deutschland
Recyclingzentrum Elektrowerkzeuge
Osteroder Landstraße 3
37589 Kalefeld
Schweiz
Batrec AG
3752 Wimmis BE
Akkus/Batterien:
Li-Ion:
Bitte beachten Sie die Hinweise im 
Abschnitt „Transport“, Seite 12.
Änderungen vorbehalten.
English
Safety Notes
Read all safety warnings and all in-
structions, including the information 
on the bottom side of the construction site radio. Failure to 
follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric 
shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Save all safety warnings and instructions for future 
reference.
The term “construction site radio” used in the safety notes, 
refers to mains-powered construction site radios (with mains 
cable) and to battery-operated construction site radios (with-
out mains cable).
 Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas 
invite accidents.
 The plug of the construction site radio must match the 
outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use 
any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) construc-
tion site radios. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets 
will reduce the risk of electric shock.
 Do not misuse the cord to carry the construction site 
radio, hang it up, or for pulling the plug out of the out-
let. Keep the cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or 
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the 
risk of electric shock.
 Completely unwind the mains cable when operating 
the construction site radio via mains supply. Otherwise 
the mains cable can heat up.
 Take care that the mains plug can be pulled at any time. 
The mains plug is the only possibility to disconnect the 
construction site radio from the mains supply.
 When operating the construction site radio outdoors, 
only use extension cords suitable for outdoor use. Use 
of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of elec-
tric shock.
 When operating the construction site radio in damp 
environments is unavoidable, use a residual current 
device (RCD). The use of a residual current device (RCD) 
reduces the risk of electric shock.
 Connect the construction site radio to a mains supply 
that is properly connected to earth. Socket and exten-
sion cord must have an operative protective conductor.
Do not expose the construction site radio to 
rain or wet conditions. Water entering a con-
struction site radio will increase the risk of electric 
shock.
 Keep the construction site radio clean. Contamination 
may result in danger of electric shock.
 Check the construction site radio, cord and plug each 
time before using. Do not use the construction site ra-
dio when defects are detected. Do not open the con-
struction site radio yourself and have it repaired only 
by qualified personnel using original spare parts. Dam-
aged construction site radios, cords and plugs increase the 
risk of electric shock.
 This construction site radio is not intended for use by 
children and persons with physical, sensory or mental 
limitations or a lack of experience or knowledge. This 
construction site radio can be used by children aged 8 
or older and by persons who have physical, sensory or 
mental limitations or a lack of experience or knowledge 
if a person responsible for their safety supervises them 
or has instructed them in the safe operation of the con-
struction site radio and they understand the associated 
dangers. Otherwise, there is a danger of operating errors 
and injuries.
 Supervise children during use, cleaning and mainte-
nance. This will ensure that children do not play with the 
construction site radio.
 Do not open the battery. Danger of short-circuiting.
Protect the battery against heat, e.g., against 
continuous intense sunlight, fire, water, and 
moisture. Danger of explosion.
 When battery pack is not in use, keep it away from 
other metal objects like paper clips, coins, keys, 
nails, screws, or other small metal objects that can 
make a connection from one terminal to another.  
WARNING
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Shorting the battery terminals together may cause burns 
or a fire.
 Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected from 
the battery; avoid contact. If contact accidentally oc-
curs, flush with water. If liquid contacts eyes, addition-
ally seek medical help. Liquid ejected from the battery 
may cause irritations or burns.
 In case of damage and improper use of the battery, va-
pours may be emitted. Ventilate the area and seek 
medical help in case of complaints. The vapours can irri-
tate the respiratory system.
 Recharge only with the charger specified by the manu-
facturer. A charger that is suitable for one type of battery 
pack may create a risk of fire when used with another bat-
tery pack.
 Only use the battery in conjunction with your construc-
tion site radio and/or a Bosch power tool. This is the only 
way to protect the battery against dangerous overload.
 The battery can be damaged by pointed objects such as 
nails or screwdrivers or by force applied externally. An 
internal short circuit can occur and the battery can burn, 
smoke, explode or overheat.
 Read and strictly observe the safety warnings and work-
ing instructions in the operating instructions of the tools 
that you connect to the construction site radio.
 Products sold in GB only: Your product is fitted with a 
BS 1363/A approved electric plug with internal fuse 
(ASTA approved to BS 1362).
If the plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should 
be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place by an 
authorised customer service agent. The replacement plug 
should have the same fuse rating as the original plug.
The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a possible 
shock hazard and should never be inserted into a mains 
socket elsewhere.
Product Description and 
Specifications
Read all safety warnings and all instruc-
tions. Failure to follow the warnings and in-
structions may result in electric shock, fire 
and/or serious injury.
While reading the operating instructions, unfold the fold-out 
page with the illustration of the construction site radio and 
leave it open.
Product Features
The numbering of the product features refers to the illustra-
tion of the construction site radio on the graphics page.
Speaker
Carrying handle
Control lamp for AC supply (not for article number 
3 601 D29 760)
AC outlet cover (not for article  number  3 601 D29 760)
AC socket outlet (not for article number 
3 601 D29 760)
Latch of back-up battery lid
Back-up battery lid
Locking latch of digital media bay flap
Digital media bay flap
10 Rod antenna
11 Battery port
12 Locking latch of battery lid
13 Battery lid
14 Battery pack*
15 “Equalizer” button
16 “Memory ” button
17 “Custom” button (for manual sound adjustment)
18 “Clock” button (for setting the time)
19 “Tune” adjustment knob (for tuning of stations)
20 Button for random playback/repeat
21 “Seek +/>>|” button
22 “Source” button (for selecting an audio source)
23 “|< button
24 Play/pause button
25 Adjustment knob for volume level (“Volume”) and 
sound (“Bass/Treb”)
26 On/Off button for audio operation
27 Display
28 “AUX 1 IN” socket
29 12 V connection socket
30 “LINE OUT” socket
31 Fuse cap
32 Fuse for 12 V connection
33 USB port
34 SD/MMC slot
35 “AUX 2 IN” socket
36 Holder for external audio sources
*Accessories shown or described are not part of the standard de-
livery scope of the product. A complete overview of accessories 
can be found in our accessories program.
Display elements for audio operation
Equalizer (sound-pre-set) indicator
Changing treble – indicator
Changing bass – indicator
Indicator for volume, memory location for radio station 
and title (depends on the selected audio source)
Station-memory reception indicator 
(for radio operation)
Random playback indicator (for SD/MMC card or USB 
audio source)
Repeat-current-track indicator for all tracks in the cur-
rent folder/directory (for SD/MMC card or USB audio 
source)
Repeat-current-track indicator (for SD/MMC card or 
USB audio source)
Stereo indicator
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Indicator of radio frequency/Play duration of current 
track (depends on the selected audio source)
Temperature warning
Battery inserted indicator
Audio-source indicator
Time indication display
Technical Data
Assembly
Power Supply of the Construction Site Radio
The power supply of the construction site radio can take place 
via the mains supply or via a lithium ion battery inserted in the 
battery port 11. When the battery is used for power supply, 
only the functions audio operation and power supply of exter-
nal devices via the integrated USB connection, are available.
 Observe the mains voltage! For power supply via mains, 
the voltage of the power source must correspond with the 
data on the type plate of the construction site radio. Con-
struction site radios marked with 230 V can also be oper-
ated with 220 V.
Battery Insertion/Removal (see figure A)
Note: Use of batteries not suitable for the construction site ra-
dio can lead to malfunctions of or cause damage to the con-
struction site radio.
Disengage locking latch 12 of the battery lid (“Battery Bay”
and fold out the battery lid 13.
Insert a battery into the battery port 11 in such a manner that 
the connections of the battery face against the connections in 
the battery port 11, and allow the battery to engage in the bat-
tery port.
As soon as a battery is inserted, the indication l appears on 
the display. The indicator flashes when the battery is low.
When the battery is too warm or too cold for operation, the 
temperature warning indicator k on the display lights up. Wait 
until the battery has reached the allowable temperature range 
before putting the construction site radio into operation.
To remove the battery 14, press the release button on the 
battery and pull it out of the battery port 11.
After inserting or removing the battery, close the battery lid 
13. Lock the battery lid by engaging the locking latch 12 in the 
housing and then pressing down.
Battery Charging
 Use only the chargers listed in the technical data. Only 
these chargers are matched to the lithium-ion batteries 
permitted for use in your construction site radio.
Note: The battery supplied is partially charged. To ensure full 
capacity of the battery, completely charge the battery in the 
battery charger before using your power tool for the first time.
The lithium-ion battery can be charged at any time without re-
ducing its service life. Interrupting the charging procedure 
does not damage the battery.
Inserting/Replacing the Back-up Battery 
(see figure A)
In order to store the time in the construction site radio, back-
up batteries have to be inserted. Using alkali-manganese bat-
teries is recommended for this purpose.
Disengage locking latch 12 of the battery lid (“Battery Bay”
and fold out the battery lid 13.
Remove the battery 14, if required.
To open the back-up battery lid 7, press on the latch 6 and re-
move the back-up battery lid. Insert the back-up batteries. 
When inserting, pay attention to the correct polarity accord-
ing to the representation on the inside of the back-up battery 
compartment.
Mount the back-up battery lid 7 again.
“REPLACE AA BATTERY WHEN UNIT NO LONGER KEEPS 
CORRECT TIME”: Replace the back-up batteries when the 
construction site radio no longer stores the time.
Always replace all batteries at the same time. Only use batter-
ies from one brand and with the identical capacity.
 Remove the back-up batteries from the construction 
site radio when not using it for longer periods. When 
storing for longer periods, the back-up batteries can cor-
rode and discharge themselves.
Construction Site Radio
GML 20
Article number
3 601 D29 7..
Back-up batteries
2 x 1.5 V (LR06/AA)
Battery
V
14.4/18
Weight according to 
EPTA-Procedure 01/2003
kg
10.2
Protection class
/
I
Degree of protection
IP 54 (dust and
splash water protect-
ed)
Permitted ambient 
temperature
– during  charging
– during operation*
– during  storage
°C
°C
°C
0...+45
0...+45
–20...+50
Recommended batteries
GBA 14,4 V ...
GBA 18 V ...
Recommended chargers
AL 18..
GAL 3680
Audio Operation/Radio
Operating voltage
– for mains operation
– for battery operation
V
V
230/110
14.4/18
Rated output of amplifier 
(for mains operation)
W
20
Reception range
– FM
– AM
MHz
kHz
87.5–108
531–1602
Supported file formats**
MP3, WMA
* Limited performance at temperatures <0 °C
** (for SD/MMC card or USB audio source)
Technical data determined with battery from delivery scope.
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Operation
 Protect the construction site radio against moisture 
and direct sunlight.
Audio Operation (see figures B and C)
Switching Audio Operation On/Off
To switch on audio operation (radio and external playback 
devices), press the On/Off button 26. The display 27 goes on 
and the last set audio source after switching off is activated.
When the construction site radio is in the energy saving mode 
(see “Energy Saving Mode”, Page 18), press the On/Off but-
ton 26 twice to switch on audio operation.
To switch off audio operation, press the On/Off button 26 
again. The current audio source setting is stored.
To save energy, only switch the construction site radio on 
when using it.
Adjusting the Volume
To increase the volume, turn the “Volume” 25 adjustment 
knob clockwise; to reduce the volume, turn the adjustment 
knob anticlockwise. The volume setting (value between 0 and 
20) appears for a few seconds in indicator d on the display.
Before adjusting or changing a radio station, set the volume to 
a lower setting; before starting an external audio source, set 
the volume to medium.
Adjusting the Sound
An equalizer is integrated in the construction site radio for op-
timal sound reproduction.
The treble and bass setting can be manually changed or sound 
pre-sets for various music styles can be used. The following 
pre-programmed settings are available: “JAZZ”“ROCK”
POP” and “CLASSICAL” apart from the individually pro-
grammable setting “CUSTOM”.
To select one of the stored sound pre-sets, press the “Equal-
izer” button 15 until the desired setting is indicated in indica-
tor a on the display.
Changing the “CUSTOM” Setting:
– Press  the  “Custom” button 17 once. The “BAS” indicator 
c flashes on the display and the stored bass level flashes in 
indicator d.
– Set the desired bass level (value between 0 and 10). To in-
crease the bass level, turn the “Bass/Treb” adjustment 
knob 25 clockwise; to reduce the bass level, turn the ad-
justment knob anticlockwise.
– To store the set bass level, press the “Custom ” button 17 
a second time. The “TRE” indicator b flashes in the display 
for the following treble adjustment, and the stored treble 
value flashes in indicator d.
– Set the desired treble level (value between 0 and 10). To 
increase the treble level, turn the “Bass/Treb” adjustment 
knob 25 clockwise; to reduce the treble level, turn the ad-
justment knob anticlockwise.
– To store the set treble level, press the “Custom” button 17 
a third time.
Selecting an Audio Source
To select an audio source, press the “Source” button 22 until 
indicator m for the desired internal audio source (see “Set-
ting/Storing Radio Stations”, page 16) or external audio 
source (see “Connecting External Audio Sources”, page 17) 
appears in the display:
– “FM”: FM radio,
– “AM”: AM radio,
– “AUX 1”: External audio source (e.g. CD player) via the 
3.5 mm socket 28 on the side,
– “AUX 2”: External audio source (e.g. MP3 player) via the 
3.5 mm socket 35 in the digital media bay,
– “USB”: External audio source (e.g. USB stick) via the USB 
port 33,
– “SD”: External audio source (SD/MMC card) via the 
SD/MMC slot 34.
Setting the Rod Antenna
The construction site radio is provided with a mounted rod an-
tenna 10. For radio operation, point the rod antenna toward 
the direction that enables the best reception.
When the reception is insufficient, position the construction 
site radio at a different location that enables better reception.
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