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RADIO OPERATION 1. TURN THE VOLUME ON / OFF (15) CLOCKWISE TO TURN ON THE RADIO. 2. SELECT THE AM OR FM BAND BY THE WEATHER BAND/AM/FM SELECTOR (13). 3. TUNE THE STATIONS BY THE TUNING (14). 4. ADJUST THE VOLUME BY THE VOLUME ON/OFF (15).
Discounts weather radio - jWIN JXM122 Portable AM/FM Weather Band Radio. ... There are ten preset stations available for each am and fm band. ... small and difficult to read but once you get to know the unit should not be a problem. ...
Your TV band radio won't work anymore now that the US has switched to digital broadcasting. The frequencies now in use aren't the same now, so the radio can't receive them. Plus, the radio doesn't have the circuitry to decode the digital sound even if it could pick up the broadcasts.
Sad to say, you have a radio that now picks up only AM/FM/weather and static. Also, as far as I know, nobody is yet marketing a radio for TV sound with digital capability. All you can do during a power outage is use a new TV with battery capability and digital tuning.
I believe it is just a China import; I would give up and just get one from Radio Shack instead - I know how you would like to get it right, but I would send a decent letter to Bass Pro Shops along with a copy of your receipt from Radio Shack and ask them to refund you - it might work.