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How to recover the FM stations

In my ZEN player ....i have deleted the stations ( particular frequencies in FM) i need to get back these stations ... how can i do that .. suggest me...

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From the FM Radio option, there is a "scan for stations" option.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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Press the AB button to toggle between Audio Play, Radio, and Voice Record. Use the left/right scroll to highlight Radio. Then press the center button or play/pause button once to select radio.

You will see FM Radio in the upper left corner of the display. Under that you will see either Preset followed by a number OR Channel. If it is on Preset, you can use the left/right scroll to switch between preset stations. If you press and hold the AB button, the player will scan through all frequencies to find the strongest stations in your area and set those as the default preset stations. When on a particular station, press and hold the record button to delete that station from your presets.

Press the center button once to switch to Channel (or back to Preset). Under Channel, you can manually scroll through the frequencies yourself. Push left or right and hold for about a second to find the next available station.

Press the play/pause button once to toggle between Mono and Stereo.

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FM Radio (if applicable)
The Sansa
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player includes an integrated FM radio for listening to live broadcast FM
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