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Why do my settings reset in aftermarket stereo of my 92 mercury cougar


As well as the normal 12 volt line form the ignition switch, there is a 'permanently on' 12 volt lead, which keeps the clock and memories going even when the ignition is turned off. It sounds like the installer has missed connecting this one.

Aug 28, 2012 | Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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How do I set my Eton Fr400 to get weather alert? Does it need to be on a particular station? Should it be turned on?


Free PDF Manual at the link below detailing how to setup.

http://www.etoncorp.com/upload/contents/307/FR400_Manual_0107.pdf

Please post State, County & ZIP is you need any assistance with your weather station frequency.


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Cheers

Andy

Apr 28, 2011 | Eton FR400 Radio

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How far will it reach?


That will depend on your setup and the other person's setup. there is no answer for that. but on average, a cb like a 29ltd and a 108" whip can in theory transmit 10miles with no problem. now if you use a shorter antenna like 3ft or 4ft types expect way less like 1-5miles. a good setup to a base station can reach 40miles without using the "skip" depending on weather, clear days rainydays and storms make the radio waves travel differently. but expect 5-10miles almost everyday. If its set up right.
Make sure to check your SWR's..!!!! anyone or any cb shop should do that for FREE!! we do.!

Feb 25, 2011 | Cobra 29 LTD CB Radio

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How do i get the radio to work


Hello,

Besides playing your favorite songs and custom playlists, you can also listen to your favorite DJs and talk shows on your iPod Nano by using it as a radio.

The iPod Radio Remote is a small and convenient accessory that lets you tune in to live radio when you're on the go, and also allows you to remotely control your iPod. Here is how you can easily setup Radio Remote on your iPod Nano and start using it as a radio.

  1. Connect the ipod Radio Remote to your iPod Nano by plugging it into the dock connector. Plug your headphones into the port at the top of the Radio Remote, next to the hold switch.
  2. Once the Radio Remote is connected, select "Music" and then "Radio" on your iPod. The Radio Remote will automatically tune in to the first available station it finds. The iPod screen will show the radio station and any other available information or data.
  3. Press the center button on the iPod. Use your iPod click wheel to find other stations. Once you have found your favorite station, hold the "Center" button down until a triangle appears on the radio dialer on your iPod screen.
  4. Once you have set up all of your favorite radio stations, use the "Next/Fast-Forward" or "Previous/Rewind" buttons to navigate between them.
Good luck.




Apr 28, 2010 | Apple iPod nano

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Clock is in military time mode. How do I reset to regular? Also I want to preset radio stations and I've lost my manual.


Here is your manual in PDF format:

http://www.bose.co.uk/GB/en/images/Wave%20Radio%20CD_tcm6-4104.pdf

To set AM/PM (12 hour) or Military (24 hour) time - With the system off, hold down Alarm Setup and press On/Off to switch between AM/PM (12 hour) and Military (24 hour) time formats.

To preset up to 6 AM and 6 FM stations - Use the Track/Tune buttons to find the desired station. Then, on the control panel only, hold down any Preset button until the preset number lights. The station is now preset to that number.

Dec 05, 2009 | Bose Wave Radio

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Setup radio presets


1. Navigate to your favorite station
with the UP/DOWN buttons.
2. Press MEMORY once. The
preset choice will go to the next
available one.
3. Within 5 seconds, press
MEMORY again to save the
current frequency as a preset,
or else use the UP/DOWN
buttons to fi nd another preset
number, then press MEMORY
to save it.
4. The UP/DOWN buttons usually
tune the frequency, but when
loading the presets, they navigate
the presets.

Jan 15, 2009 | Nakamichi SoundSpace 5 Shelf System

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I have a problem with time display on my Bose CD/Clock Radio.


I found the answer on the Bose website in the manual for the radio. While the radio is on, hold down Alarm Setup and preset 1 at the same time. That will set it so the clock displays. If you do the same thing but hold down preset button 2, that will display the radio info all the time.

Nov 23, 2008 | Bose Wave Radio

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Radio changes stations by itself when memory seat buttons are pushed


It is supposed to change the radio settings to what ever was programmed at the time the program was set. Your van has settings that can be programmed to personalize more than just the seat. It stores the programmed radio station the seat settings and on some vans that have the power tilt steering it changes that too. If you do not want it change the radio settings you will need to store a new setup for the number that you use with the radio station you want.

Nov 09, 2008 | 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

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Problems with FM with


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.

Jul 09, 2007 | Pyle PLCDUSMP74 CD Player

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