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When I turn the radio on the only thing that shows up it is ErrE. Pushing any of the buttons on the radio does not change anything.

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This is usually because wrong codes have been entered

Leave it SWITCHED ON...UNDISTURBED for as long as it takes to automatically reset itself.

This may take an hour or more

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