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Q Have you tried with failed attempts at all? I found this about the radio
I know I have the correct code but the radio does not do anything when I try to enter it. A It is likely someone has tried to enter a code or accidentally entered a number by pressing the radio preset station buttons. Most radios will enforce a delay between code entry attempts which increases (doubles in some cases) with every try. These radios need to be left switched-on, completely untouched, until they are ready to accept the correct code. Others give a maximum number of attempts - usually 10 to 13 tries after which the radio must be decoded.
Blaupunkt radios will often enforce a delay of 1 hour between code entry attempts during which time be careful not to press any keys or the 1 hour waiting period begins again. The display should change after the hour, indicating it is ready to take the code.
I will keep seeing if there is anything else that you can do
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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