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AM presets I find the instruction manual for this complex piece of equipment very inadequate. For example, how do you overwrite the radio tuner presets? Using the manual, I've spent a great deal of time trying to change them, all in vain. Thanks, Sonny

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  • radiola Nov 30, 2007

    Thank you, I'm gradually figuring this thing out. It's a great piece of
    equipment but very user unfriendly, especially the manual.

    It took me the better part of a 7000 mile trip I just returned from to figure out how to increase the navigation volume.

    Thanks again, Sonny

  • radiola Nov 30, 2007

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The same way you set them. Select the desired freq, press and hold the soft key corresponding to that preset until the aural cue (beep) sounds. Voila!

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ahh..interesting..let's get you a higher end service and user manual..be back in a few..
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