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Cannot tune to local stations

My radio cannot tune to local stations only work in odds I hafe done it before used mode, display, fm button and EQ button but cannot do it again

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    same

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Press "fm/am" + 5 and follow the screen (usa skips odd euro doesn't)

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- The 0.2MHz odd steps are standard for US radios. Try resetting the radio (recessed button under the front panel) If this a US radio then this may not help. If you have lost the manual then go here:- http://books.jvcservice.com/booklist.asp?Model=KD-G400 Come back and say if this helped or not, I could dig a bit deeper.. -

Posted on Oct 04, 2007

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    Martin B Oct 09, 2007

    It would be nice to know what was not helpful.
    As I suggested I am willing to dig deeper to solve your problem.

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