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I can hear a soft squealing noise when my Roady is in the home dock. Also it starts changing stations randomly by itself. Any suggestions?

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If you're using XM Direct to input channels, press the select key after tuning to the channel. If you're not, perform a factory reset. The squealing noise is because of interference with your speakers, it's normal (unless you don't hear any music).

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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