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if there is a mode button , press that and there is fm 1 whch is what you have , press again and you get fm 2 press again and you get fm 3
each fm number is a band width so select the band width that has most pf your stations and then auto select on it
if you have the owners hand book , the procedures are in ti for setting the radio
you probably have a thermal problem.Get some mr.freeze and try it again .when the radio goes out spray some Mr.Freeze onto the final area.Just a dash will do,don't want to freeze the parts just want to cool the down quick to see if the radio comes back on. If it does go to the final when it goes back out and spray a little on it .If it comes on then change the final and problem almost solved. Now wait to see if it goes out again , If it does then you have to get a block diagram to work from and spray some Mr.Freeze on the main IC while you're at it. If it comes on then it should be changed .Now that everything is new it had better be working but if not start spraying other componants until the radio comes on and stays on .
if you dvd play came with a wireless fm modulator read the owner manual and set up the fm station to get it to work . if it does not have a built in fm modulator you need to buy one.
the pull out your radio and run power to the fm modulator and then connect the factory anntenna to one side of modulator and the other side goes back to your factory antenna location at radio . then set the fm station you set for the fm modulator run a set of rca cables from the fm modulator to the dvd flip screen and it should work . i would think your flip screen dvd play would have a built in fm modulator that is wireless .
This is a unit for the japanese market and they only use bands 79 to 90. You can install an FM band expander, available on Ebay for about £5, and get loads more stations. The expander is easy to fit if you can get to the back of the radio, it fits in the aerial lead and needs a 12 volt connection. Some people reckon they work well others don't rate them, probably worth a try at the price they are.
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the wiring on the radio must be exposed cause them to touch and weird things to happen like your situation or there may be a defect in the radio my friend had the problem and i had to take apart the radio and reconnect a few wirings and change a few parts
It sounds as if the connections in the back of the radio may not be continually connected to the contacts on the charging base. You might want to make sure that the radio is properly loaded in the cradle of the charging stand.
The reason why the lights 'flicker' is because if your power goes out, the light on the radio will come on when it detects no power to the charging base. This is a feature to many new emergency radio gadgets. Imagine a storm rolling through your area and the power goes out in the middle of the night. Your Vector radio's LED lights come on so that you aren't searching for the radio in the dark.