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No sound from 1 station

I have 2 additional stations for other rooms. one station works ok, but the second station has no sound anymore. use to be ok . remote says 'No Signal from Base station'

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Re: no sound from 1 station

Suggest a set-up procedue once again and see if that helps...accordianman

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The instructions are on page 12. But I have extracted them below:

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1. Press the FM/AM button on the front panel (or
the AM/FM button on the remote).
2. Select the station you want to store in memory
by the methods described above.
3. Press the MEMORY button on the remote
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3. Press the numeric keys on the remote control to select the number of preset station that you require. Station selected is displayed on the front panel.
4. By the same way, you can select other stored

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