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Tuning station problem

Hi regarding the JVC KD-S5050 , the station cannot go to even numbers - meening 88.0 Fm but rather 88.1 or 87.9 fm , can it be fixed ? by resseting maybe ? I need the "even" numbers thanks eran

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  • eran reshef Mar 27, 2007

    great help !
    thanks alot

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To change the channel spacing from 0.2 to 0.1; hold the FM button for approximately 2 seconds, then while still holding the FM button, press and hold the #5 button. The screen will flash with either US for 0.2 spacing or 01. for EU (Europe) spacing. Press any other button to exit. (I have done this with mine and it works).

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Try this: "Hold FM/AM and Press #5". This solution is for a different model JVC stereo, but hopefully it will work for yours as well.

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To change the channel spacing from 0.2 to 0.1; hold the FM button for approximately 2 seconds, then while still holding the FM button, press and hold the #5 button. The screen will flash with either US for 0.2 spacing or 01. for EU (Europe) spacing. Press any other button to exit. (I have done this with mine and it works).
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