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Paralyzed radio Radio won't work I can't listen to any music or turn the volume up or down

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Disconnect the battery and try again, and maybe actually post more info...

Posted on Oct 03, 2013

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SOURCE: My radio just recently goes

Give XM a call, since they merged the channel lineup has changed. Have them push a new activation signal to the unit, which should unlock the rest of the channels. However, the roady XT isn't exactly known for its reliability, so the receiver itself might be dead.

Posted on Sep 13, 2011

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SOURCE: Delphi MyFi SA10113 XM Radio will not tune past 156.

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SOURCE: remote control won't turn on radio

Have been to the audiovox home Page type in your model number and go to trouble shooting there you will find how to program the remote back to factory settings

Posted on Nov 16, 2012

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You should adjust the level to suit those that are listening to you by asking them if it sounds OK. This prevents them from having to turn their volume down whenever you speak. In a "one-to-one" conversation it is not as noticeable. The trouble comes when 3 or more are conversing. The third person's audio may be low or normal - and the listeners set their radio's volume so that they can hear that person easily. Then you transmit with booming mic audio and everyone scrambles to turn down the volume to save their ears / speakers. This can be very frustrating for the others having to constantly adjust the radio volume whenever you speak.

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