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Radio stations how do i program the stations i listen to the most

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Tune in to station you like hold down button 1 till it beeps or flashes the beep or flashes lets you know its stored change the tuner and press button 1 on unit and it should go to the station you just programed (do same steps for all other button numbers.
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