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...radio will beep. Release the AS button. enter the code using the buttons 1,2,3, & 4. For example, if the code is 4739 press, button 1: 4 times button 2: 7 times button 3: 3 times button 4: 9 times ...

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...button and the dial button. With these two buttons depressed, turn on the radio. Once you see SEL on the screen, release these buttons andpress the TA button. This should put you in programming

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...Button 1 of the Slave radio. 3. Within 2 seconds Press and release Programmable Button 1 of the Master radio. 4. The LED for both radios show flashing orange during cloning. 5. Once cloning is ...

...Radio Band Button to select a radio frequency. Next, select a station using the Memory Set 1-6 Buttons. For more information on programming radio stations into memory, see the Programming Radio ...

Question about 1997 A4

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...radio card. Preset button 1 corresponds to the first digit, Preset button 2 corresponds to the second digit, etc. Each press of the button increments the number by 1. Once the code shown on the ...

Question about Walkman SRF-M37V AM/FM/Weather/TV Radio

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...on the radio with the clock display facing you. If the button is showing the red painted mark, you have the HOLD button engaged. Switch it off, and then press the Power button to turn on the

...radio has a set button: Turn key on and radio off. Press the set button and use the right seek button to set the minute and left seek to set the hours. If it has no set button: find the hour and ...

Question about 1998 Malibu

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...radio out! How to enter code: Press button 1 until 1st number is reached (one click at a time) Press button 2 until 2nd number is reached Press button 3 until 3rd button is reached Press button 4 ...

Radio" button again. Wrong. If you have pressed the "AL/MEM" button to access your preprogrammed channels, pressing the "Radio" button simply takes you out of the "AL/MEM" function and back to the "FM

Radio" button again. Wrong. If you have pressed the "AL/MEM" button to access your preprogrammed channels, pressing the "Radio" button simply takes you out of the "AL/MEM" function and back to the "FM

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