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How to manual tune the radio to a station and not use the scan

Has a delta cc radio. Seems simple enough to tune to a particular radio station but can only seem to use the scan to get to a station and it skips the ones that i want. what buton or button do i use to get to a particular station?

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  • kerry_bb Dec 18, 2008

    I have an audi a3 1998 with a CONCERT DOLBY B NR radio installed. I have tried absolutely everything i can think of to get my mp3 player to play via different ways. I have tried a wireless, casset, and a one you plug into the cigarette lighter and connect to my ipod. None have worked. I think it could work if i could manually search for the radio frequency i want but i cant seem to work out how to do it. PLEASE, can anyone help???

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I have the exact same problem. i bought a fm transmitter, so i need to tune to a unused fm station in my region wich i cant do because the audi concert tunes up automatic and skips the unused stations ... HELP !

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  • navigator13 Mar 06, 2011

    remove the station name by pressing on RDS , then you can press of few seconds on both the back and front seek arrows , the frequency will be shown , then manually you will be able to tune up or down the freq. , when reach the desired on , press for few seconds on one of the 1-6 no. for the freq. to be stored.

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The radio is search for stations right..? So just start playing your music on whatever station your fm transmitter is playing in and your radio will find it! Easy as that

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Here is the link to the owners manual which you can download if you wish:

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tune in the station you want and press and hold the number you want it to be saved to

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