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Radio preset Denon UDRA-f10 doesn't save

I own a Denon UDRA-f10 reciever (and UCD-f10 cd-player). The sound is very good. But I can not save the radio preset.

I tune in to a radiostation, press the Memory button, select a preset number, press Memory again. But when I select the preset number the old frequency (from the previous user) is used. The Memory button doesn't overwrite the old frequency.

Does anyone have a solution? Or the user manual?

Thank, Jeroen (The Netherlands)

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  • user70 Feb 08, 2009

    I have the same problem, but

    Koreanainusa
    solution doesn't help. The display shows first the selected program-place, but after change the preset channel the old frequency is there again.




  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    Same problem. I think after a lot of measurement the EEPROM
    4kbit ROHM BR9040F is damage. Only read is possible, no write
    sequence possible. The chip is out of order. Anyone have old spar parts??

    Wolfgang


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1) tune in to a radiostation
2) press the Memory button
3) select a preset number for 5 Second
4 Skip "press Memory again"

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

  • kizza628 Jan 24, 2011

    Hmmm .. I bought recently this Denon receiver, but without original remote controler. So, how can I press Number for 5 secunds ? :) .. i can just use buttons on receiver "up" and "down" to find out station, where I would like to memorise. You want to say, that without remote controler it doesn't work out ?

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