I cant get the raido presets to save to the memory,i tried the instructions on pg 14 but cant get it to save any stations. i got it to btm the stations but it programed all the stations not the ones i need . can you help?
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Press the source button to select fm, press and hold BTM button until Btm flashes. This will automatically store stations for you. Page 8 in this users guide covers same as well as manually setting stations. You do have the antena connected? http://www.docs.sony.com/release/CDXGT20W_200.pdf
Sony XPLOD CDX-GT200 CD Player Radio: To receive store stations(press); store stations (press & hold). Preset tuning is not possible, however one can store the correct frequency in the memory.
Manual storing: while receiving the station that you want to store, press and hold a number button(1 to 6) until "MEM" appears. The button number appears in the display. PS: If u try to store another station on the same number, the earlier station will be replaced by the new one............................................sodeep
sounds like a very common power wire issue. if not connected to the cigarette lighter or other continous power source when the car shuts off all memory will be lost, ie... audio settings, station memory, clock memory
when u get it to the radio station u like.... on ur cd player u should have buttons 1-6 or somethin close.... when ur at the station u want to be preset... pick a number 1-6 and hold that number in for about 5 seconds... it should notify u some how... it should preset itself when u do this
You have two "hot" wires going to the radio. One is the main B+ power and the other is for the "mem" function which keeps clock time and radio station presets in memory. Make sure that you have 12 volts to the memory wire (blown fuse?) If you do then you may have a problem that requires a trip to your local repair guy. Do you loose your preset stations when you turn off your car and leave the face in place (wait several minutes before turning car ignition back on)? If that is so, then you most likley don't have B+ to your memory wire. Good luck.