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I had a xm portable radio installed in my truack when it was brand new in 2006. About 2 months ago the xm satellite started changing stations on its own. Thinking it was over 2 years old, I replaced the xm with a new one. Over the last two days, the new radio dows the same thing.

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Hi it is the Sirius and Xm merger. The channel's being changed are normal. My XM radio did the same thing a month ago.

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