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Tune into 102.0 then hold button "1" for a few seconds (you may hear a beep as it registers). Tune into 98.0 and then hold button "2" for a few seconds. Tune into the next station and then hold "3" and so on. Now when you press "1" it will go to 102.0 "2" will go to its' preset and so on.
AM is just another name for MW. The Radio should tune to a strong signal regardless of the frequency the radio is set to. It should also sweep the entire frequency looking for stations. I'm assuming it has a channel scan setting, plus options to set a number for the station. AM/MW are very much dependent on the position of the either internal or external Ariel. If you have the radio in the wrong position or you have some electrical equipment nearby it could block the signal for the station you want, but not affect the others. Which might explain why it can't find the station you want.
just bought same product - had trouble initially but friend told me to find fm station with the most static then tune device to that. save station on both device.
not all that impressed with device although it does work better at night - clearer signal perhaps.
i have the exact same problem. i bought a fm transmitter, so i need to tune to a unused fm station in my region wich i cant do because the audi concert tunes up automatic and skips the unused stations ... HELP !
The 0.2MHz odd steps are standard for US radios.
Try resetting the radio (recessed button under the front panel)
If this a US radio then this may not help.
If you have lost the manual then go here:-
Come back and say if this helped or not, I could dig a bit deeper..