Question about Car Audio & Video
Switch on the radio and the display will show 'C'. Press the P1 button followed by the station increment button until you reach the first code digit. Press P1 again and follow the above procedure until the last digit has been entered and finally press P1 once more. The set will emit a confirmation beep from the speaker and will begin to operate.
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