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.
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1. Navigate to your favorite station
with the UP/DOWN buttons.
2. Press MEMORY once. The
preset choice will go to the next
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
Try this and let us know if it works for you.
10 AM presets in 2 groups (AM1 & AM2). 20 FM presets in 4 groups (FM1 - FM4).
Each of the individual groups can have a total of 5 presets.
In other words, there are 6 groups of 5 presets (AM1AM2FM1FM2FM3FM4) for a total of 30 presets. Hope that makes sense.
You have preset buttons 1-3 on the top of the unit. Preset button #3 is the MEMORY or "set" button.
Try these steps and you should be up and running.
1. Choose which band you want to use. ie. AM1 AM2 FM1 FM2 FM3 FM4. 2. Tune in a station
3. Click the #1 preset button and watch the screen, let's say that you have tuned into the station FM 100.0, the station frequency is displayed along with the "group" you're in (ie. AM1...FM4) and you will also notice a number in between your "group" id and your station. This is the # you're going to set and the way to change this from 1-5 is simply by pressing the #1 preset button until the # comes up that you want to save it to.
4. Press #3 Preset button (labeled "MEMORY") 5. That's it, now do all the stations you want but be mindful that once you have programmed 5 presets to any given group, you have to move on to the next group until you've maxed out the total # of presets.
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