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LDC Screen My screen changes... it acknowledges the volume settings and the station changes but my headset is frozen and all I can listen to is the same station... Help I need to reset it....

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Reset method is power + volume + at the same time

Probably, however, you just need to go to the new station and press the play button to confirm the radio station change - then it will play the correct station

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If it still won't change, then autoprogram the unit and select presets like it suggests in pp.32-35 of the manual


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