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Stereo stations wont stay set

I have a JVC KD-S25 cd player. I preset the stereo stations but when I turn the key off the stations will no longer be set. I am having the same issue with the EQ setting. There is NO memory wire

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If you have a yellow wire that is the memery wire. It needs to be hooked to a constant hot. If you do not have one you need to get a new plug for the back.

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