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Help with storing radio stations

Hiya...please can you help me? Have just unearthed this old stack system to set up in my home office and can't remember how to preset and store the radio stations - and of course I've lost the original instructions!! Cheers

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  • MariaBoss Sep 17, 2008

    Should have realised this was purely an attempt to get me to sign up to a payment plan and not a site where I could access a free bit of advice! Cheers anyway.......Maria

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Ergh, you might want to explain what KIND of system it is if you need help!
Usually if you have a PRESET button on your system, just tune to the station you want, hold the preset button and it will save the station...or ask you which slot to use (use fast forward/rewind or any other arrow key to change the slot) and viola! And if you have numbers (like in a car for example) just tune to the station and press and hold (for example) the 1 button and it will store the station.

Hope it helps a bit.

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