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Radio phillips aj100 stuck on am band cant get it to switch over to fm frequency.

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Press RESET under the radio a few seconds. Adjust clock, alarm and radio again. AM gone, FM back on the air...

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  • plopes997 Nov 02, 2010

    ON THE BUTTON THAT SAYS "RADIO ON/OFF" PRESS MOMENTARILY ON THE LEFT SIDE RIGHT TO THE EDGE WILL SWITCH TO FM, YOU MAY HAVE TO DO IT SEVERAL TIMES

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The number keys are used to enter frequencies (direct tuning).
Lock locks the radio and prevent changes (trurning ON or OFF, changing frequency, any function change is blocked)
Sleep sets a timer.
+, - go up or down in frequency, or when you are setting time.
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F1 to F7 are used to select the day for the alarm. F1 for Day 1, Sunday, F2 for Monday, etc) You can set an alarm for each day of the week.
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Even if they are on the same frequency, the fact that they are operating in FM mode means that you would hear something - but it may not be intelligible - and the same would be for them listening to you transmit in AM mode. If you could have them switch their radio to AM, all would be fine. I suspect they use FM as there is much less static when compared to AM.

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The following is from a VSX-03TXH manual. It ain't pretty but it may help.

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Chapter 6:

Using the tuner

Listening to the radio

The following steps show you how to tune in to FM and

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