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Re: JVC RX 809V home reciever
Most times it goes like this:
find your station by manually searching the frequency. When found, press the memory button and in your display the word memory will flash. than press the number you want it stored under and hold it pressed untill the flashing stops.
once station is selected, press the preset number and hold it untill you hear a beep or, if the number flashes on your display, it stops flashing.
often you have the possibility to store aprx 10 presets on 1 band, by seleting the band you get new presets for each band, geeting in total 40 preset possibilities.
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To preset a channel on the JCR-425, you tune in the channel; press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio (at which time you will probably be switched to some other radio frequency, which is rather disconcerting), press the "Up" or "Down" button to select the desired preset channel number, press "Set" -- and only then are you returned to your desired radio station. If you want to preset several channels,
You might then think that the next time you turn on the radio that all you would have to do is press one of the 10 preset channel buttons on the front of the radio to visit one of your preset radio stations. You would be wrong. You must turn on the radio, then press the "AL/MEM" button on top of the radio. Only then can you access your preset radio stations.
You might also think that to turn on the radio you would press a button that says "Power." Wrong. You press a button that says "Radio." Well, okay. But you might think that to turn it off, you would just press the "Radio" button again. Wrong. If you have pressed the "AL/MEM" button to access your preprogrammed channels, pressing the "Radio" button simply takes you out of the "AL/MEM" function and back to the "FM" (or "AM") function, apparently taking you back to the last radio station you tuned in manually. To turn off the radio after accessing a preset channel, you must press "Radio" twice.
If you want to store preset station so that you can easily select your favorite FM station, instructions on how to do this are listed on the JVC RX-7010 User Guide (page 20-22). Remote control operation is also listed there. It is to long to write here.
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To set individual presets:
1. tune to the station you want as a preset
2. hold down the number (ie "1") on the remote until the number blinks on the system
3. repeat for all other stations
press the number on the remote to tune to your preset
this is very similar to setting the presets on my car radio
Generally speaking, you select the station you wish to store, then depress and hold down the preset button you wish to store it to. After a few seconds, the screen will blink, and the will be station stored. On to the next one. Try this and see how you get on. If you have any problems, I am happy to help you help you sort it out. Cheers
The radio was improperly installed; there are two 12V leads, one services the radio when on, the other, only the circuitry for the clock and presets.
Eventually, this shouldn't be needed if the manufacturers ever think about using a little bit of flash memory for the presets and a coin cell for the clock.
You didn't give any model number so researching the manual is impossible.
If you can find the model number, look for a user's (or installation) guide on line to find the wiring info.
Look in the back of the boombox where the large D-cell batteries are. Beneath the large batteries there is a location for smaller AA size batteries. The AA size batteries are used to maintain the radio station pre-sets when the unit is unplugged. Check to see that these batteries are installed or if they need to be replaced with new ones.
Does the radio have a full subscription? Next, check the "Preset/Direct" button and push it until "direct" is lit up. Then you can directly enter the channel number. Also, you can go into the MENU and set what channels to skip and jump to. My guess is that you bumped the "Preset/Direct" button and your radio is in "PRESET A or B or C" - you need direct. Try that first, than get back to me - okay? BTW, I'm assuming you're talking about an XM satellite radio like the one in the photo?