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Changing Stations How do I make the darn thing change from FM to AM. Just can't seem to make it switch, I can go from FM to cassette, I can adjust the volume, turn it on and off, change the clock, adjust the left/right speakers, but can't figure out how to get it back on AM.

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Each time you push the band button the folling should happen fm1 - fm2 - fm3- am - fm1
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