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How to enter my audio reset codes on my 07 Honda civic ex

My battery got drained so i had to replace it, but now my audio doesn't work. I do have the reset codes but i'm not able to enter it.. Can anyone let me know how to enter the code please.

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Just use your preset buttons to enter the code.

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