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Give XM a call, since they merged the channel lineup has changed. Have them push a new activation signal to the unit, which should unlock the rest of the channels. However, the roady XT isn't exactly known for its reliability, so the receiver itself might be dead.
Either Battery is dead, not charged, or needs to be replaced. Try using another charger overnight and see if takes care of the problem. If not replace the battery. If you have a volt meter you can check the voltage on the battery and on the charger. Expected output voltage is marked on the battery and the charger. You can pick up a cheat volt meter at your local auto parts or hardware store and will help you diagnose your problems.
First: push VOL UP and POWER and hold both at the same time to RESET the unit. Then use the MiniUSB cable to load the latest firmware from the Delphi/XM radio website. If you still have an issue after the firmware update, then call Delphi directly for assistance.
Car cradle works "wirelessly" with Car Radio (inherent design of unit). Place Unit in Cradle; connect Cradle to Auto Power Source, and SkyFi3 should power on. Press Menu to Get FM Radio station channels; select a lower station Channel Frequency i.e. 88.3 or any vacant channel number and the signal should transfer to your Radio speakers automatically. You can change Station frequencies as often as you need to do so--for example if traveling through different broadcast areas, some channels frequencies are clearer than others.
First of all find a clear fm stn. on your car radio.Go to xm radio and push menu until fm freq. shows up.Push sel and use up or down arrows until the freq. matches that on car radio. push select again to set it.
i figured it out with help from a delphi service rep.! you need to go into the menu and reset to factory default.this will erase everything you have changed from the factory settings,but once done you can reprogram your settings and they will stay. step 1-enter menu step 2-reset factory default settings step 3-reprogram your preset stations,FM freq. colors etc. step 4-use power button on the roady to turn it off.once the roady shuts down turn it back on with the power button. step 4-now you should be able to turn the key off without erasing your presets.