Question about Sony SRF-M10 FM Radio
I have the little arm-band radio, its blue with earphones that u can wear on your arm. I forgot how to set stations. It is possible, did it before but now don't have the directions. There's a preset button a memory button and then the tune up and tun dn button, Can u help?
Hallo, I had the same problem and found following solution: first search the station you want to preset. Than put the the little round button below on the right side called enter/time and on the same time the button of the number of the memory preset you change.This number will appear in the display an remain the preset. Sorry about my English - I hope you understand however.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
The rocker button on the side at the top is the one that changes channel, if you press the button beneath it, once, you can then use the rocker button to find new channels, when you find one, press the rocker button in once (at the centre), then rock it up or down to set the station to whatever position you want it. Once thats done you have to start all over again for every channel.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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