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Programming my radio stations

I tried programming following the instructions. I went to my first station. I touched CD mode than Play I waited for the flashing M to stop. I continued until I programmed my stations. When I hit Play to review my programs they are not saved. What am I doing wrong? Should I reset the unit.

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Just reset my radio

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