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Switching the ignition off loses the preset stations

I recently installed a nakamichi CD-35Z in my MGB (no manual) The acces lead is connected to a non switched positive voltage source but I still lose all the selected stations when the ignition is turned off. Any suggestions?

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The red wire and yellow wires are crossed simple fix once radio is off

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