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Re: grundig car radio
Make sure that the radio and the ignition are both turned off.
On the radio, press and hold down the 'AS' button, then turn on the ignition.
After about 3 seconds the radio will beep. Release the AS button.
enter the code using the buttons 1,2,3, & 4.
For example, if the code is 4739 press,
button 1: 4 times
button 2: 7 times
button 3: 3 times
button 4: 9 times
When you have entered the code, press and hold down the AS button again until it beeps and your radio should now be reset.
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You will need to call a Volvo dealership and they will ask for the Vehicle Identification Number and they will look it up for you. If you bought the car new, you should have gotten 2 cards with a 4 digit number- that is your radio code- it is unique to your radio and should be recorded somewhere if you disconnect the battery or the radio fuse.
It is simply entered via the station preset buttons.
If you make a mistake entering the code, just pull the fuse for the radio for about 3 minutes and try again.
I don't know whether this is an LED or LCD type. Finding an exact match would be difficult except from the manufacturer.
However, do CHECK the soldering of the display and the driver chip.
The segments almost NEVER fail on the LED. Soldering and board cracks and failed driver chips are usually more likely.
On the LCD displays, often they use a rubber strip with little wires to (looks almost like ribbon cable) contact pads on the glass from pads on the circuit driver board... THESE cause a lot of problems and often require a cleaning of contacts and the ends of the wires with isoprophyl alcohol and re-aligning.
I have a Cobra HH-40 CB radio and am charging it as I type. The included charger is rated at 16V DC, 100mA. The pattery pack charges 10 AA rechargable batteries (the manual specifies NiCd, but you can also safely use NiHM). The 12V DC car charger included cannot be used to charge the battery pack, but can power the radio.
Often an error code "Y" would indicate test/diagnostic result of the antenna. A communication equipment thus equipped would test the SWR and display this error code if:
no antenna detected; or
SWR of antenna is way too high.
Although am not familiar with the version of a Cobra 29LTD with this type of display. Could you pls post back the exact model of the radio, normally there would be two (2) more letters after the LTD something like Cobra 29LTD BT.
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The unit is locked your appointed dealer or delco can unlock it for you. You may need proof of how you obtained it. if you know the sets history a previous owner may remember the code he used. firstname.lastname@example.org