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Radio recieves only odd frequencies

I bought this radio overseas, now installed in car, and it turns out radio can recieve only odd frequncies. i cant listen to radio stations located on even frequencies. anyone can help?

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Re: radio recieves only odd frequencies

Turn radio off, and press the "audio" botton until clock is displayed. then click it again shortly till you see "FM 100" on the display, press > (side arrow, now it should switch to "FM 50". long press on the "audio" to save and exit. afterwards it should work fine.

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