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Need to change to european frequency

I would like to use my radio in europe now but my radio is configured for the usa where every station moves up the dial by 10 and I would like to change it to the european way so it only moves up by 9

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Lock ion a radio station

Ten FM and five AM radio stations may be independently set. After programming the buttons,
pressing 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 will instantly change the frequency to the preset station.
1. Turn power on.
2. Set the radio to desired station (see Tune or Seek Function).
3. Press and hold one of the desired memory buttons (F). The station setting begins flashing in
the LCD display (G). Continue to hold the button down until the flashing stops. The memory
button is now set.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the other memory buttons.
Please see the attached images for the figure options.



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Old manuals

You have buttons to press to change the modulation.
FM covers regular FM band: 76 MHz (Japan) to 108 MHz and the higher frequency ones used for Air and Weather.
AM covers the Long waves (in Europe), the regular AM band (520 kHz-1700 kHz), and the Short wave bands 2MHz 30 MHz
It seems that you can tune the frequency in by direct entry with the number keys.
I do not see the image of the face of the radio but from my experience with many Grundig/Eton you should have two buttons with arrows (left A and Right Arrow) or two buttons with + and Minus (not the volume buttons). If you are in SW, pressing one of the buttons changes the tuning to the adjacent Meter band.

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Nothing but static on all bands

There may be interferences from electrical appliances fridges, TV. Move the radio to some other place. For AM rotate the radio to get the best signal. For FM and SW deploy the telescopic antenna. For SW you may use an external antenna. For SW, to tune in on a station you need to know the broadcast time and the frequency.

Dec 12, 2013 | Sony ICF-SW77 AM/FM/SW Radio

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How to keep radio stations tuned in when radio turned of

If your radio has memory locations where it stores station frequencies then you can store those frequencies for easy recall. But if your radio does not have memory storage then it will usually tune in to the last station every time you turn the radio on.

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Bought in USA,charged in Dubai and seems to no longer worker. Has the change in voltage broken it?

That's entirely possible. American devices are designed for 120 volts 60hz, but Europe uses 240 volts 50hz... Wich is double the voltage and a different frequency. You probably blew the transformer.

Jul 01, 2011 | Tivoli PAL Radio

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Emerson rp 6247 radio AM stations does not come in clear

Try moving the telescopic antenna around in different directions until you get a clear reception. If that doesn't work, try moving the whole unit (radio) to another location. Make sure you are using the tuning knob to switch between stations. Moving it to a different location may be the best thing because the radio antenna may be received in frequency waves from another electronic device (i.e. a television set, another radio or in microwave) which is causing a reception to be poor.

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How do set default AM & FM stations? Every time I turn on the radio I have select the station I want.

When you turn on the radio or select a wave band the display shows the last frequency you tuned in. That gives you 3 frequencies: One for the AM nd, one for the FM band (and maybe 3 for SW.
That does not look like much but there is nothing you can do about it. Sorry. It does not have Autamatic Tuning System, nor memory locations to store favorites stations. The portable Grundig/Eton such as the G5, G3, G8 have a plethora of memory locations and ATS.

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I just got grunding 800 radio,no reception either am,fm ,sw please help me.

This is valid for the Satellit 750 by Eton (current owner of Grundig)
When you use it the first time you go through a system code setting to fix the memory page configuration, the AM gap between stations, the type of batteries and FM frequency range.
If it is used in North Ameraica, you are told not to go through procedure but do it any way.
SYSTEM Code setting
Turn Radio off and press a quick short press on the ENTER Button. -- appears on the upper right corner of the display
1. The first code could be 00, 20,25 or 50, meaning the memory is divided into 10, 20, 25, or 50 pages.
2. The second code fixes the AM frequency gap between stations. Enter 09 for 9kHz or 10 for 10 kHz (in North America)
The 3rd code selects the type of batteries used 29 for D size batteries (1.5V each) or 28 for rechargeable batteries (1.2 V each)

The 4th code concerns the FM frequency range: 76 for a range 76-108 MHz (for Japan) or 87 for a range 87-108 MHz

Read your manual to see how the procedure is performed, or try this one valid for the Satellit 750. It might work. Go through all the procedure and press ENTER to confirm system code.

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Makita radio wont tune to 87.6fm

This is a typical setup configuration for US countries; the distance between 2 radiostations is 0.2MHz. If you live outside US it is usefull trying to tune at 87.6MHz because there is no station at that frequency. In case you live outside US try to locate a setting at the tune mode section refered as European countries or Asia countries. At these settings the frequency step is smaller. I'll try to locate a user manual in case you don't have one, in order to give you more detailed steps.

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Degen DE1103 background tone

the background tone is due to frequency static...the design of the stereo is not good... it lack of noise destortion cirquit..and almost all stereo that is analog usually poor in in design..change the stereo.try stereo that is digital in design..

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