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S350 won't stop scanning on AM/MW mode. Tech support said reset with paper clip but that won't stop it either. Any thoughts? John G. Warren john.g.warren@jci.com

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Strange. How can it, since that Radio does not have an Automatic Tuning System. To tune in to any frequency you have to turn one of two knobs. Are you sure about the Model Number?

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Its microcomputer chip may have hanged. Just make a reset ans see whether it helps you. It must help you, i"m sure. To reset it;

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