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Cd is not turning when cd's are selected -1through 12

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What station does the 12 cdx run on?

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Can't set the radio stations

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want to store in memory, press one of pre-
set tuning buttons 1through 6 and hold until the
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Setting the time
This is used to set the time on the unit’s clock
1 Press SOURCE and hold until the unit turns
2 Press AUDIO and hold until TIME (12:00)
appears in the display.
3 Select the portion of the time display you
wish to set with left\right
Pressing left\right will select a portion of the clock
As you select portions of the clock display the
portion selected will blink.
4 Select the correct time with up\down.
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minute. Pressing down will decrease the selected
hour or minute.
• To cancel time settings, press BAND.
• You can also cancel time settings by holding
down AUDIO until the unit turns off.

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Press the <<,>> button and select "Fader".
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