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You can preset up to 6 stations in each band (FM1, FM2, FM3, and AM) manually. Ex.: Storing FM station of 92.5 MHz into the preset number 1 of the FM1 band.
Notes: â¢ A previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number. â¢ Preset stations are erased when the power supply to
the memory circuit is interrupted (for example, during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset the stations again.
Select the band (FM1 â 3, AM) you want to store stations into (in this example, FM1).
Tuning in to a preset station
You can easily tune in to a preset station. Remember that you must store stations first. If you have not stored them yet, see âStoring stations in memoryâ on pages 7 and 8.
Tune in to a station (in this example, of 92.5 MHz).
To tune in to stations of higher frequencies
Select the band (FM1 â 3, AM).
FM1 FM2 AM FM3
To tune in to stations of lower frequencies
Select the number (1 â 6) for the preset station you want.
Press and hold the number button (in this example, 1) for more than 2 seconds.
Preset number flashes for a while.
Repeat the above procedure to store other stations into other preset numbers.