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Usually Reset button located underneath front panel, remove front panel and look at unit, hopefully you will see reset button, press it with some pointed thing like paper clip etc to reset the unit. Thanks.
Hi, it depends were you got the radio from mine is doing the same its a grey product and comes from US or other countries.If you are lucky just hold and press the setup key for +- 5 seconds and it will jump to setting HH then press the + or - button were you change the radio, go to area and turn knop on radio to US or other country thats working for you. Hope it helps
That is very typical of tuners designed for the US market; US FM radio stations use only the odd numbers. In most cases, tuners made for the US cannot be adjusted for use in other countries. However, a few have an "area" control that can be switched; usually it's part of the setup menu. Check out your owner's manual, if it's available.
since the 70's when they started, FM radios in cars have only showed like 101.9 and 102.1 in odd number tenths-of-Megahertz only, with a few rare exceptions. There are some high cost receivers that will show odds and evens. Your 102 station is really either one of like 101.9 or 102.1 for your Pioneer.