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Need manual for Maxell FM transmitter / Dock Maxell P-25

I bought it used, and can't figure out how to work it at all,,, Does anyone have any instructions? I have been looking online but have been unable to find anything. The manufacturer's website does not offer support for that model/

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SOURCE: Lost the instructions to my Maxell Digital FM

try this link and scroll down to m and see if your model is here. they did have a few.
http://www.fmtransmitterreview.com/fm-transmitter-manual.html

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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